History VideoGame / AnimalCrossing

12th Feb '18 3:08:58 AM Tsunamiracle
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* MassiveNumberedSiblings: During the April Fool's event in ''New Leaf'', a villager might try to prove their identity by saying how many siblings they have. Some of these families have a very high number of children, up to ''ten'' (including the villager in question). Quite a few of them will also claim to be part of a multiple birth, up to quintuplets.
10th Feb '18 10:34:49 AM rjd1922
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9th Feb '18 2:37:27 PM Jubileus57
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* TheCatfish: The Coelacanth, which is firmly established as '''the''' most elusive and valuable fish in the game. Only to be found during the rain (or snow in winter) '''and''' extremely rare even within these circumstances, even the playable character will have a mini-{{FreakOut}} when angling one. And the player themselves will probably freak out just as much if not even ''more so''.

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* TheCatfish: The Coelacanth, which is firmly established as '''the''' most elusive and valuable fish in the game. series. Only to be found during the rain (or snow in winter) '''and''' extremely rare even within these circumstances, even the playable character will have a mini-{{FreakOut}} when angling one. And the player themselves will probably freak out just as much if not even ''more so''.
9th Feb '18 2:36:45 PM Jubileus57
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* The Catfish: The Coelacanth, which is firmly established as '''the''' most elusive and valuable fish in the game. Only to be found during the rain (or snow in winter) '''and''' extremely rare even within these circumstances, even the playable character will have a mini-{{FreakOut}} when angling one. And the player themselves will probably freak out just as much if not even ''more so''.

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* The Catfish: TheCatfish: The Coelacanth, which is firmly established as '''the''' most elusive and valuable fish in the game. Only to be found during the rain (or snow in winter) '''and''' extremely rare even within these circumstances, even the playable character will have a mini-{{FreakOut}} when angling one. And the player themselves will probably freak out just as much if not even ''more so''.



* {{Tomboy}}: The "Uchi" villager type is this, talking about beating up bad guys and the like.


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* {{Tomboy}}: The "Uchi" villager type is this, talking about beating up bad guys and the like.
9th Feb '18 2:35:36 PM Jubileus57
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* The Catfish: The Coelacanth, which is firmly established as '''the''' most elusive and valuable fish in the game. Only to be found during the rain (or snow in winter) '''and''' extremely rare even within these circumstances, even the playable character will have a mini-{{FreakOut}} when angling one. And the player themselves will probably freak out just as much if not even ''more so''.
9th Feb '18 9:52:45 AM Jubileus57
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* OverlyLongGag: Mr. Resetti's speeches just seem to drag on and on and on and on....

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* OverlyLongGag: Mr. Resetti's speeches just seem to drag on and on and on and on....on...
* PainfulPointyPufferfish: Implied when catching one in every game pufferfishes appear: instead of inspiring an IncrediblyLamePun to the character, they elicit a yelp of pain.
9th Feb '18 8:38:00 AM Andyroid
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-->--"And your reward... Is clothes!"

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-->--"And -->"And your reward... Is clothes!"



--> '''Resetti:''' Look... Let's forget about other games for a sec, huh? See, we're talkin' about ''Animal Crossing: City Folk''.

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--> ---> '''Resetti:''' Look... Let's forget about other games for a sec, huh? See, we're talkin' about ''Animal Crossing: City Folk''.



-->--"And remember that bad times[[{{Beat}} ...]]are just times that are bad.
** This is a reference to the psychic Criswell's line in [[Film/Plan9FromOuterSpace Plan 9 From Outer Space]]:
-->--"And remember my friends, future events such as these[[{{Beat}} ...]]will affect you in the future."

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-->--"And -->"And remember that bad times[[{{Beat}} ...]]are just times that are bad.
** This is a reference to the psychic Criswell's line in [[Film/Plan9FromOuterSpace Plan 9 From Outer Space]]:
-->--"And remember my friends, future events such as these[[{{Beat}} ...]]will affect you in the future."
bad.



* HollerButton: Equipping the megaphone tool in ''New Leaf'' gives you one of these, letting you press A and yell into the 3DS' microphone in order to find out where a specific villager is, although it only works if the character you're looking for is in the main village and not indoors or on Main Street. It's also the easiest way to wake up Gulliver.



--> '''Roscoe:''' Never take advice from anyone about anything.

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--> ---> '''Roscoe:''' Never take advice from anyone about anything.



-->"I got a chambered nautilus! Who loses? Not us! [-[[LampshadeHanging Just go with it...]]-]"

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-->"I --->"I got a chambered nautilus! Who loses? Not us! [-[[LampshadeHanging Just go with it...]]-]"



-->"I didn't catch a pike! PSYCH!"

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-->"I --->"I didn't catch a pike! PSYCH!"
6th Feb '18 5:38:48 PM JackSuit
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* BearyFriendly: There are bear and cub villagers (the games treat them as separate species), and they're every bit as friendly as the rest of them. Even the grumpy ones are just grumpy.

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* BearyFriendly: There are bear and cub villagers (the games treat them as separate species), and they're every bit as friendly as the rest of them. Even the grumpy Cranky ones are just grumpy.cranky.



** A literal example in ''New Leaf''. Sometimes Grumpy villagers may ask you "If I were an animal, what would I be?". If you choose the first option, their actual species, they'll say that they get that a lot, then remember that that's what they actually are.

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** A literal example in ''New Leaf''. Sometimes Grumpy Cranky villagers may ask you "If I were an animal, what would I be?". If you choose the first option, their actual species, they'll say that they get that a lot, then remember that that's what they actually are.



* GrumpyBear: Phyllis tends to be rude to post office customers and is so grumpy that even Grumpy villagers will often [[HypocriticalHumor complain about how grumpy she is]].

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* GrumpyBear: Phyllis tends to be rude to post office customers and is so grumpy that even Grumpy Cranky villagers will often [[HypocriticalHumor complain about how grumpy she is]].



** In ''City Folk'', if a grumpy neighbor is moving away, they may give you a good piece of advice:

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** In ''City Folk'', if a grumpy Cranky neighbor is moving away, they may give you a good piece of advice:



** The male animals with the "grumpy" personality type. Deep down, they're real softies. If you become good friends with them, they'll even say things like, "I may not be your dad, [[HelloInsertNameHere Insert Name Here]], but I do want the very best for you!"

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** The male animals with the "grumpy" "Cranky" personality type. Deep down, they're real softies. If you become good friends with them, they'll even say things like, "I may not be your dad, [[HelloInsertNameHere Insert Name Here]], but I do want the very best for you!"



** Grumpy and Snooty villagers also have these. {{Downplayed}} in later games.

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** Grumpy Cranky and Snooty villagers also have these. {{Downplayed}} in later games.



* {{Tsundere}}: The "Snooty" females and "Grumpy" males act like this, starting off a bit abrasive to player before warming up to them.

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* {{Tsundere}}: The "Snooty" females and "Grumpy" "Cranky" males act like this, starting off a bit abrasive to player before warming up to them.



** Your neighbors: They're old enough to be living on their own, but the various birthday messages they get say things like "One step closer to being an adult!" Although this could just be sarcastic humour. About the only characters with even an ''implied'' age are the "grumpy" animals, who are at least suggested to be a bit older than anyone else.

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** Your neighbors: They're old enough to be living on their own, but the various birthday messages they get say things like "One step closer to being an adult!" Although this could just be sarcastic humour. About the only characters with even an ''implied'' age are the "grumpy" "Cranky" animals, who are at least suggested to be a bit older than anyone else.



* VillainDecay: ''New Leaf'''s ''Welcome amiibo'' update allows players to add [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Ganon]] to their towns by scanning a Ganondorf or 8-bit Link amiibo. In this game, he's a villager with a grumpy personality instead of being the ultimate evil he is in his home series, despite what the game says when you visit his RV.

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* VillainDecay: ''New Leaf'''s ''Welcome amiibo'' update allows players to add [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Ganon]] to their towns by scanning a Ganondorf or 8-bit Link amiibo. In this game, he's a villager with a grumpy Cranky personality instead of being the ultimate evil he is in his home series, despite what the game says when you visit his RV.
5th Feb '18 1:49:23 PM Jubileus57
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** So does the theme when playingSnowman's bingo in ''New Leaf''.

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** So does the theme when playingSnowman's playing Snowman's bingo in ''New Leaf''.
5th Feb '18 1:48:55 PM Jubileus57
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* PieEyed: Some female villagers feature this. They are Poppy and Blaire the squirrels, Twiggy the bird, Meengue the rhino, Rosie the cat, and Ellie the elephant.

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* PieEyed: Some female villagers feature this. They are Poppy and Blaire the squirrels, Twiggy the bird, Meengue Merengue the rhino, Rosie the cat, and Ellie the elephant.


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* SizableSnowflakes: Once you build a Snowmam in ''New Leaf'', she will ask you to gather oversized snowflakes with a bug net and bring them to her, as she collects them. They emit a glistening sound when coming near them and hover aimlessly above the ground.


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** So does the theme when playingSnowman's bingo in ''New Leaf''.
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