Tiffi, short for Toffette, is the main protagonist in Candy Crush Saga. She is an eight-year-old girl with blonde hair and blue eyes. She is a controlled puppet with golden nails (braids) connecting her arms to her shoulders. She helps various mascots she meets throughout the course of the game by asking them what is wrong at the start of each episode, then finding a way to help them at the end. In the 22nd episode, Savory Shores, Tiffi meets her underwater twin Milly. In the 15th episode, Sweet Surprise, after level 215, all previous characters are joined together with Tiffi.
When you complete a level, Tiffi appears jolly. If completed with three stars, she's even happier (her expression is the same on mobile with it resembling the expression of earning three stars on web, though), however, she cries if you fail a level.
Sweet little Tiffi was found in a candy bag and was brought up by Mr. Toffee in his Candy Store. Tiffi loves to explore so she sets off through the Chocolate Mountains to begin her magical, candylicious adventures. Along her journey she stops to help some quirky characters and meets some even kookier animals, not to mention the mischievous Bubblegum Troll who always keeps her on her toes!
Tiffi has blonde hair. She likes to have her hair tied in pigtails. In the picture, you can see two pigtails showing beside her head.
She has a barrentina-shaped face, which is also flexible. Her chin is as wide as her neck. She has gigantic eyes, stretching from her forehead to her cheeks. She has no eyebrows or eyelashes though, so maybe that is the reason why she has a lot of tears welling up from her eyes. Her nose is also big, just situated between her eyes. She has rosy cheeks and becomes excited when she smiles. Her mouth is not small though, so when she is happy, her mouth stretches from her chin to her forehead. Her sad face is also exaggerated using her mouth. Her teeth are large, even larger than her cheeks. Her neck is so small that we cannot see it using our naked eyes.
She is very short, so short that it would take six of her to equal the height of Mr. Toffee. This explains why she is very young. She is chubby, and her pink legs are short too.
In the 41st episode, Wafer Windmill, after the episode, she wears some headphones when searching for the Dutch Girl's wafer.
In the 42nd episode, Cereal Sea, she wears a sailor's hat.
In the 43rd episode, Taffy Tropics, she wears a turban when luring the snake away from the bananas.
In the 44th episode, Glazed Grove, she wears a pink princess dress and a crown.
In the 45th episode, Fizzy Falls, she wears a pink coat.
In the 49th episode, Boneyard Bonanza, she wears a purple witch hat when restoring the tree's lost parts.
In the 50th episode, Marshmallow Mountains, she puts on a Viking hat to free the goat from the bubblegum.
In the 53rd episode, Eggnog Emporium, she is dressed as the Sugar Plum Fairy. This costume consists of a pink dress with wings on the back and a pink crown. Tiffi also wields a magic wand on her left hand.
In the 58th episode, Gummy Galaxy, she wears a space helmet.
In the 63rd episode, Delectable Depths, she wears an underwater mask and a snorkeler for her to breathe which is the same as the ones in Savory Shores.
In the 66th episode, Soda Swamp, she wears a swimsuit.
In the 1st Dreamworld episode, Sleepy Slopes, she wears a sleeping cap. This is a scene which takes place in Reality.
In the 8th Dreamworld episode, Nerdy Nebula, she wears a different outfit consisting of a purple coat and pink-rimmed glasses, although her hairstyle, footwear remain unchanged and her face looks different.
In the 10th Dreamworld episode, Sparkle Submarino, she wears the same thing in Cereal Sea.
In the 15th Dreamworld episode, Sweet Dreams, she wears a party hat.
In the 16th Dreamworld episode, Sleepy Sunrise, she wears a sleeping cap as same as Sleepy Slopes.
In the 20th Dreamworld episode, Funky Fortress, she wears a purple afro wig and star-shaped sunglasses.
In the 23rd Dreamworld episode, Zany Ziggurat, Tiffi still wears a shaman hat. But the hat looks different from that seen in Munchy Monolith. It has two layers of feathers instead of one, and has dangling crescent-shaped ornaments.
In the 24th Dreamworld episode, Moonshot Molars, she wears a baseball cap, and holds a baseball bat.
In the 25th Dreamworld episode, Bonkers Bakery, she wears a chef's hat.
In the 26th Dreamworld episode, Candy Kaiju, she wears a Godzilla outfit and is drastically bigger.
In the 27th Dreamworld episode, Fanciful Fort, she wears a guard's giant hat.
In the 28th Dreamworld episode, Rambunctious Riffs, she wears a black wig, a top hat, and sunglasses.
In the 29th Dreamworld episode, Bubbly Bog, she wears a baseball cap like Soda Swamp.
In the 30th Dreamworld episode, Jiggly Gym, she wears a headband and wristbands.
In the 39th Dreamworld episode, Snoozy Strike, she wears a sports suit and sports shoes.
In the 42nd Dreamworld episode, Whimsical Waves, she wears a crown with cereal on it and is much bigger.
In the 43rd Dreamworld episode, Banana Bliss, she wears a turban like its Reality counterpart.
In the 44th Dreamworld episode, Nocturnal Nuisance, she wears a pink princess dress and a crown like its counterpart in Reality.
In the special 45th Dreamworld episode, Dozy Dawn, she wears a sleeping cap which is the same as the one in Sleepy Slopes and Sleepy Sunrise. This is a scene which takes place in Reality, and it took place in the same place as Sleepy Slopes.
Her personality is too simple, sometimes naïve - when you fail the level, she feels surprised first, then cries very sorrowfully (unless the player buy boosters as s/he is about to fail); also when you pass the level, she becomes so ecstatic. Hopefully, little is heard about memes on her. She also becomes very sad when her candies are being stolen, as shown in the episode of Bubblegum Bridge. She is helpful because she helps fixing the problem, of which, a character faced in almost every episode. Overall, she is very cheerful when she can help people.