Character from the Banjo-Kazooie series.
Banjo-Kazooie: Grunty's Revenge
|Location(s)||Isle o' Hags|
“I'm Honey B! A bee, not a wasp!”
—Honey B, Banjo-Tooie
Honey B. is a female character found at the Isle o' Hags in Banjo-Tooie. As her name implies, she is a bee and trades Extra Honeycomb Pieces for Honeycomb Containers. Though she is somewhat thin (Kazooie mistook her for a wasp due to this fact), she is very tall, towering over Banjo. She proclaims herself to be the "Mistress of the Honey"; however, she later confesses that she is merely an "Apprentice of the Honey" after the final honeycomb piece is redeemed.
In Banjo-Kazooie: Grunty's Revenge, Banjo and Kazooie go back in time 20 years in the past and meet Honey B for the first time in Spiral Mountain. She has the same role as in Banjo-Tooie and resides in her hive at Spiral Rise.
- Brentilda's voice file was used for Honey B.
- Honey B. is often seen blowing kisses. She also calls Banjo a "big bear".
- It is unknown why Honey B. looks the same 20 years apart; she is never shown to be aging. Honey B. shares this trait with Master Jiggywiggy and Heggy the Hen.
- It is also unknown why Honey B. introduces herself in Banjo-Tooie to the duo when they had previously met in Gruntilda's Revenge. While Honey forgetting them 20 years later is plausible, Banjo and Kazooie merely travelled through time and should remember her.