|Species||Thorny devil lizard|
|Behind the scenes information|
|First appearance||"Ty the Tasmanian Tiger"|
|Voice Actor||Kym Wilson|
Ty the Tasmanian Tiger
Fluffy is introduced when Ty locates the last talisman. In order to receive the talisman, he must defeat Fluffy in Fluffy's Fjord, where she resides in the head of an enormous mechanical yeti, seemingly controlling it. After losing the battle, she disappears into the night and is not seen again until Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 2.
Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 2: Bush Rescue
Ty meets Fluffy once again immediately at the beginning of the adventure, where she is seen in her Bunyip attempting to free Boss Cass from prison. She reoccurs multiple other times throughout the story in boss fights when Ty has to confront her when she starts stirring up trouble. The majority of the time, she fights in her Bunyip suit, but she uses other technologies as a form of defense such as nano-bots and Patchy the Cybersaur.
Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 3: Night of the Quinkan
During Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 3, while she starts out as a nemesis, she quickly begins to warm up to Ty. They find themselves working together for the good of Southern Rivers, which begins to change her for the better. She eventually comes to consider Ty a friend, though also mentioning that he should look after himself; Ty's rebuttal is that friends look after eachother.
After Shazza had been kidnapped by the Quinkan, Fluffy was pushed by Sly to help find her, although it would require them to seek aid from Boss Cass himself. After Ty defeated the monster that captured Shazza, Fluffy aided in their search for the expert of the "shadow stones" required to power the weapon needed to destroy the Quinkan leader Quinking, showing signs of change and remorse over her previous actions. At one point, she even told Ty that she wasn't worth saving from any predicament, although Ty begged to differ.
This friendship is proven true when Boss Cass opportunistically tries to kill both Ty and the Quinking with a shot of his special weapon; Fluffy sacrifices herself to push Ty and Quinking out of the way, blowing him a kiss before she is vaporised. However, her final act destroyed the Quinking (and by extension, all of the Quinkan). Following Cass' defeat, Ty commemorates Fluffy as a hero, feeling intense sadness over her death.
However, a secret cutscene shows Karlos and his friends to have found her tail, still alive, claiming that he could bring her back to life via cloning the remains.
Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 4: Bush Rescuers
Ty the Tasmanian Tiger: Boomerang Blast
She managed to regenerate from her tail segment, as she is available as a playable character.
Ty the Tasmanian Tiger
Start out by throwing your Flamerangs at the body of the Yeti. The arms, the legs and the torso should catch fire and melt off reveling a robot underneath.
Search around for a gas pipe, they should shoot fire from them occasionly. Stand behind one and throw your flamerangs through the fire at the robot. Keep doing this until the robots health is empty.
Afterwards, take your Frostyrangs and throw them at the robots head. A cutscene will follow.
- "If things were different we could've been a team..."
- "Boss Cass is gonna be peeved."
- "Well, you said it was somewhere HOT!"
- She seems to like Ty's brother Sly a little. She hopes that he will join them again to rule the mammal world.
- Fluffy is the only boss to be fought in all three main games. This makes her the only boss that has been consistently fought throughout the series.
- Much like Sly, she began as a loyal subordinate of Boss Cass', but upon being shown affection and kindness by Ty, she switched sides. She had previously always been flirtatious towards Ty, and had shown signs of believing Cass was indeed below her; she indicated she stayed only because the pay was good.
- Fluffy often butts heads with Shazza. It is likely Fluffy has a crush on Ty, accordingly, based on this and her willingness to supposedly die to protect him.
- Fluffy is apparently able to regenerate from her extremities. This makes her extremely hard to kill, accordingly, and is likely a reference to how some reptiles can regenerate lost limbs, taken to the extreme.