Please remember that WiKirby contains spoilers, which you read at your own risk! See our general disclaimer for details.


From WiKirby, your independent source of Kirby knowledge.
Jump to navigationJump to search
KMA Mummbon artwork.png
Artwork of Mummbon from Kirby Mass Attack.
First game Kirby Mass Attack (2011)
Similar entities Beanbon, Zombon, Big Mummbon
 This box: view  talk  edit 
Enemies wrapped in bandages will keep bouncing back, good as new. Pounce on 'em if they get in your way, but then move along before they return.
— Daroach, describing Mummbons in Kirby Mass Attack
KMA Mummbon Sprite.png

Mummbon[1] is a small creature made of bandage wrap that resembles a Beanbon in both look and behavior. Like standard Beanbons, it appears only in Kirby Mass Attack and has a larger variant, called Big Mummbon.

Mummbon shuffles slowly back and forth along the ground, and if it spots any Kirbys, it will attempt to spit poisonous fluid at them. If a Kirby gets doused in this fluid, the player must quickly tap that Kirby to get the gunk off before he takes damage. Mummbon can be defeated easily by pummeling it, granting 100 points to the player and causing it to unravel into a pile of bandages on the floor. However, after a short amount of time, the defeated Mummbon will revive itself and resume attacking, with repeat defeats not being worth any points nor bearing any fruit. In order to permanently defeat this enemy, it must either be defeated by a stage hazard, by being crushed, or by being hit by Kirbys under the effect of Jumbo Candy.


Mummbon can be found in the following levels and stages in Kirby Mass Attack:

Mummbon locations in Kirby Mass Attack  
Stage Green Grounds Sandy Canyon Dedede Resort Volcano Valley Necro Nebula
Stage 1 No No No No No
Stage 2 No No No No No
Stage 3 No Yes No No No
Stage 4 No No No No No
Stage 5 No No No Yes N/A
Stage 6 No Yes No Yes N/A
Stage 7 No Yes Yes No N/A
Stage 8 No Yes No No N/A
Stage 9 No Yes No No N/A
Stage 10 No Yes No No N/A
Stage 11 N/A Yes No No N/A
Boss Stage No No No No No


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ミラポン
Derived from ミイラ (mīra, mummy) and プッポン (Puppon).
German Mumibon "Mumie" (mummy) + "Bohnbon" (Beanbon)
Spanish Brotimomia From "momia" (mummy) and "brote" (sprout)


  1. "The foes wrapped up in bandages are called Mummbons. And the big ones? They're known as Big Mummbons. Big or small, though, they seem like a real menace." --Daroach describing Mummbons and Big Mummbons in Kirby Mass Attack