In the Animal Crossing games, players can meet a lot of different people, but these are the best ones to live next to.
The simple but successful idea behind the Animal Crossing series lets players create the virtual world of their dreams. Tom Nook, a wealthy tanuki, is making this growth boom possible by giving the town loans that seem too good to be true.
But a beautiful town is nothing if it doesn’t have interesting people living there. Since the first Animal Crossing game came out in Japan in 2001, players have met more than 400 people who live in the town. Many of these figures have gone beyond the video games. They have been talked about, made into art, and become memes.
People often say that the best cure is to laugh. Since this is the case, any place that the sheep Pietro goes to can be sure to have good health care. Pietro looks the part, but the stereotypical make-up and clothes are just as likely to scare players as to make them laugh. In fact, the peasant looks like a clown, which makes him one of the more controversial characters in the series.
Even though Pietro is a happy sheep, he has a tendency to be proud. This can get him into trouble with grumpy neighbors, which shouldn’t be a surprise since his outfit is sure to give people headaches.
The robot Cephalobot adds a bit of science fantasy to the paradise of any player. Even though Cephalobot’s body is made of metal and has rivets all over it, players shouldn’t be scared of him. Even though he is arrogant, he is a bit of a gentleman.
Cephalobot is a relatively new character. He or she first showed up in New Horizons in late 2021. Even though he is new, the play-loving robot has already gained a following among Animal Crossing fans, in part because of how different he looks.
The fact that a dead dog is such a cute character in Animal Crossing shows how well the game looks. Accident-prone Lucky, whose name is probably meant to be ironic, has been in all of the movies, but the fact that he is always hurt shows that he never gets better at being careless.
Lucky’s tendency to get into trouble might be caused in part by the fact that he is lazy, but his laid-back attitude also makes him easy to get along with. But he has trouble talking to jocks because he is too laid-back to understand their busy lives. Maybe Lucky’s luck will get better in future games, and he’ll no longer need the full-body cast. Then players will finally get a good look at this outsider.
Characters in video games, like the tall Lady Dimitrescu from Resident Evil and Rouge the Bat from Sonic the Hedgehog, are often more attractive than you might think. So, it shouldn’t be a surprise that Ankha from Animal Crossing also got this questionable award after going viral on social media in 2021.
The Egyptian mythology-inspired villager is more arrogant in the game than her online image would lead you to believe. She often looks down on her fellow villagers because she has a high-brow attitude. But Ankha loves nature and wants to be a scientist, even though she seems to be vain.
Even though the bright Kabuki first showed up in the first Animal Crossing, his roots go back much further. The angry animal has markings that look like those used in Kabuki theater, which combines dance and acting. People think that this art form began early in Japan’s Edo Period, which was more than 400 years ago.
Kabuki’s love of music and his taste for Japanese-style interior design add to this heritage. The snarky cat may not be the most likeable character in the series, but he can help Wordle Unlimited gamers who want to learn about an interesting part of real-world history.
On paper, the idea of a penguin jock sounds strange, but in Animal Crossing, Roald has become a busy and popular local. The penguin bodybuilder lives in a cold place, so he probably has to do a lot of warming up before he works out. Roald’s skills as a fisherman and bug collector may also be helped by the fact that he is strong.
Roald wants to be a professional golfer, but he isn’t afraid to show off his other skill, which is belly dancing.If the Olympics ever come to Animal Crossing, the other competitors better be ready, because Roald will win gold in every event he tries.
Some people think that Coco’s English name comes from the fact that her face looks like a chocolate Easter bunny or a coconut. In Japanese, however, the name of the peasant, Yayoi, refers to a time in Japanese history that lasted from 300 BC to 300 AD. This bit of history is fitting, since Coco likes to learn.
The fact that Coco’s face never changes shows how important it is not to judge a book by its cover. The rabbit is actually very friendly, which is probably because she is just being herself.
Even though the moody Marshal gives you the side-eye pretty much all the time, the squirrel dweller is actually pretty easy to get along with. This is because he has a smug attitude that makes it easy for him to make friends with a wide range of villagers (though some, like the red-eyed Hopper, may find the way he strokes his own ego annoying).
But Marshal’s pride hides a deep sense of boredom. When people ask Marshal about his place in the world, he gets angry and sad, feelings that must affect his love of music.
Stiches is a great name for this peasant, who looks like a Frankenstein monster made of fabric. It’s not strange that Stitches is lazy, since too much activity seems likely to cause a seam to break. As shown by the villager’s play hobby, the colorful cub likes to do things that are more relaxed and childlike.
Stiches’s taste in interior design keeps this theme going. Even though the villager’s house has changed a bit over the course of the series, the focus has always been on kid-friendly and comfortable furniture. Stiches, on the other hand, wants to be a lawyer, which is hardly a childish goal.
Even though Animal Crossing is a relaxing casual game, players will still do bad things to get the people they want for their town. In fact, Raymond, a popular cat, was at the heart of a cat trafficking ring, where people paid extortionate amounts to get access to the villager.
Raymond was definitely in high demand because of the way he dressed and acted. Even though the villager is a smug person, this didn’t stop thousands of fans from getting the cat, no matter how much it cost. This Raymond craze makes the character, who was first seen in New Horizons, a standout not just in that game but in the whole series.