Lumpy, full name Heffridge Trumpler Brompet Heffalump, IV, is a Heffalump and a main character from the Winnie the Pooh franchise.
Lumpy has pinky-purple skin. He has five pink/purple hair tufts on his head. He has four legs with two small purple nails on each. He has a pink/purple puffy tail on his back. His ears are big with the inside part pink. He has two small black eyes. Finally, he has a small proboscis with a large nostril at the end of it.
Due to Lumpy's playful attitude, Pooh and his pals learn that heffalumps are not predators, heffalumps are prey and they are herbivores. Lumpy likes honey can be afraid at times and loves to bounce. He can (almost) never remember his full name, Heffridge Trumpler Brompet Heffalump, IV, hence he normally goes by "Lumpy."
Lumpy was introduced in the film Pooh's Heffalump Movie when Roo joined the heffalump-hunting expedition without his mom's knowledge, and ended up discovering Lumpy and captured him. Roo soon discovered that none of the scary things Pooh and the others had told him about heffalumps were true. The two became fast friends and were seen celebrating their friendship in the song "Shoulder to Shoulder," in which Lumpy finally "uncaptured" himself.
When Lumpy and Roo went to meet the gang, everyone (except Kanga) thought he was a dangerous monster (despite being clearly harmless) and trapped him in a cage. When the gang leaves, Roo goes back and frees Lumpy. Pooh and the others then capture Lumpy again and trap him in a net. Lumpy starts crying, but Pooh and his friends don't care, their prejudice against Lumpy blinds them from his feelings. Roo starts to tell them that Lumpy's not dangerous after all and the gang realizes what they have done. Pooh, Rabbit, Tigger, and Piglet free Lumpy and apologize for everything.
Just then, Roo is trapped under some wood. Lumpy calls for his mother and with her help, the gang frees Roo. Lumpy and Roo decide to continue playing for the rest of the day.
Lumpy joins Roo, Tigger, Piglet, Rabbit, Pooh, and Eeyore during Halloween. But when Pooh eats all the candy, Roo and Lumpy go look for a monster Tigger talked about. "'Cause if they catch him, it will grant them a wish!" Lumpy gets trapped in a tree and Roo later finds a pumpkin in the woods. The gang thinks that Lumpy turned into a pumpkin. But when Roo wishes Lumpy back, Lumpy gets out of the trap. And it appears that Kanga lost her own Lumpy-looking pumpkin earlier.
A trailer shows that Lumpy appears with Pooh and his friends for the first time in the Kingdom Hearts franchise in Kingdom Hearts III. Notably, the character appears alongside Gopher, marking the first time the two characters have appeared together, as the character of Gopher did not previously appear in any of the media featuring Lumpy, the character having been replaced by Beaver in My Friends Tigger & Pooh and only appearing in archive footage from Boo to You, Winnie the Pooh in Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie.
Lumpy's primary purpose in the Winnie the Pooh universe is to be the perfect foil for past heffalump and even woozle depictions. Stan Woozle and Heff Heffalump from The New Adventures is undoubtedly a honey thief who does not consider the feelings of others, much like his partner, Stan the Woozle. They support the original idea that all heffalumps are like this. Lumpy's significance comes in the form of proving to the occupants of the Hundred Acre Wood that not all heffalumps are this way and are capable of making good choices and building good relationships and the anti-racism message of the movie.