He was the best mole ever dug in the ground. -Lady Cott.
Captain Lugg was a mole Captain. He was married to Lady Cott and had three daughters, Wing, Wren and Moth. He died when he and Urchin tried to save Catkin. Linty killed him, when they landed in the water. He was an important and well respected member of the Circle. After his death, the moles were reluctant to follow Lugg's footsteps and take his place, because they felt that they couldn't do as good a job as he did.
Lugg had a kindly face. He was a strong digger and had a great amount of infomation of tunnels running under the sea. Lugg hates the sea and boats as he is a mole who stay underground.
Captain Lugg was a very caring and thoughtful animal. It is often noted that he winks at Urchin in tight spots.
He aided Crispin when he was exiled and was pivotal in the insurrection of Husk. He was helping Padra and Urchin to save the baby animals. He was also the one to save Scufflen. He saved a lot of animals from being culled.
In the end of the book, he and Arran gets Captains.Princess Catkin, approaches Linty to try and calm her. However, the confused squirrel attacks him and he drowns. He is later given a funeral and burial surrounded by his family and friends. Fingal of the Floods decided he would honor Captain Lugg, so he named his boat "Captain Lugg".
- Lady Cott, Wife
- Wing, Daughter
- Wren, Daughter
- Moth, Daughter
- Tipp and Todd, Grandsons
- Two unnamed girls, Granddaughters
- Twigg and two unnamed moles, Sons-in-law
Lady Cott------Captain Lugg | Wing------? I Tipp, Todd Wren Moth------Twigg | 2 girls