The Giraffe is a fan-made HTFF character.
The Giraffe is a tall yellow giraffe with brown spots and a pink bowtie on their chest, by just looking at their appearance the neck is freakishly long and tall, it's so tall to the point it goes through the clouds and because of this their gender is basically unknown, but since they have a pink bowtie it probably could mean it's a female. Unlike other HTFF characters The Giraffe is always seen walking on all fours and it's also if they can even stand up on two legs, this also makes their appearance and more odd and almost gives them a non-HTF appearance. When characters see The Giraffe and how tall their neck is, they will get a sudden urge to climb up their neck and see what his face or head looks like but it often results in their own death by falling off The Giraffe's neck. The character can be a Mole-sue since due to their extreme height they aren't usually able to see where they're going, and might accidentally trample or kick a character to death.
Because of their extreme height they can't be killed by any Flippy-sue, if they were to try to attack The Giraffe, they won't be able to see them but if the character ever feels intense pain he will begin kicking in every direction, making it impossible for nearly any character to kill them, and which is the reason they rarely die.
The Giraffe's appearance is extremely strange and moat of it is given off by their freakishly tall neck which seems to literally go up into the clouds. Because of this, every single they are in their head and face is never shown and it's just their neck and the rest of the body that's visible, this is equally the reason their gender is unknown. But it's thought his head could be shaped like a Lumpy, or he may have a typical HTF head.
The Giraffe's episodes
- To JeramiahNick, The Giraffe doesn't look like a HTF character.
- They probably have the head of a Lumpy-sue.
- Every time they appear their face and head is never shown, and because of this their gender is unknown and they're referred to "their", "them" and "they".
- They can be classified as a Mole-sue since they aren't often able to see which direction their going, due to their height. And might accidentally trample a character to death.