Handy is one of the minor characters in HTFA series.

Character bioEdit

Handy is an orange beaver with unexplained amputated arms(thus his name). The stumps are covered with bandages. He wears a tool belt and a yellow worker's helmet (the typical dress of most construction workers). His dam mostly consists of tools that are operated by hand.

Despite his lack of hands, he is still capable of building many things big or small, though we never actually see him build it in the first place. Usually, whenever he builds something for the female characters, they are pleased and often thank him by hugging him for it. This has led some fans to believe that they have a crush on him.

Whenever we see him try to do something which would usually require hands, however, he fails and pulls his main trademark frustrated look, indicating that he forgot that he doesn't have hands. As he has bandages on what is left of his arms, it can be assumed that he lost them in a work-related accident. He also seems to feel no shock or remorse seeing others die or get injured.


  • Handy has epileptic seizures when exposed to flashing lights.
  • Handy is shown to love shadow puppets.
  • He has a pet goldfish.
  • On occasion, Handy doesn't seem to mind if others die, suffer, or experience some sort of misfortune.
  • He has a truck with his picture on it.
  • Handy is often seen doing jobs that require the use of his hands.
  • Handy's name might be a pun on "handicapped" (seeing as he has no hands) or "handyman".
  • Although Handy and Toothy are both beavers, Handy does not have visible ears or large buckteeth. Toothy has ears and big teeth.
  • Althrough Handy has amputated hands which is bandaged on his arms, none of the Handy's pictures shows it he's having invisible hands, and it is certainly unknown whether Handy has mittenlike hands or not.
  • He apparently likes to go bowling.
  • Handy made his first appearance in HTFA 6 as a NPC.
  • He's so in love with Petunia.


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