History YMMV / AnimalCrossing

27th Sep '17 12:45:51 PM TokoWH
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** Meanwhile, the Beautiful Town ordinance makes getting a perfect town practically effortless. It was designed for people who otherwise can't PlayEveryDay like the game's intended. In theory, this means slowing the decay so that it's more manageable for those who can't deal with taking care of their town every day. In practice, it effectively stops ''all'' forms of decay, even if you don't play for around a year or so. Not even weeds and such will hurt your town's rating. You don't even need to plant flowers while you play; your villagers will more frequently do that for you!
26th Sep '17 4:19:23 PM TokoWH
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* CharacterTiers: No, [[http://www.belltreeforums.com/showthread.php?354714-Villager-Popularity-List-Updated really]]. The tiers are based solely on popularity (since there isn't really anything else ''to'' base them on) and can be safely ignored by anyone who doesn't engage in villager trading. Unsurprisingly, the top-tier villagers also tend to be [[RuleOfCute the cutest]], and the low-tier villagers are often [[{{Gonk}} ugly]].

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* CharacterTiers: No, [[http://www.belltreeforums.com/showthread.php?354714-Villager-Popularity-List-Updated php?411154-New-Leaf-Welcome-Amiibo!-Popularity-List really]]. The tiers are based solely on popularity (since there isn't really anything else ''to'' base them on) and can be safely ignored by anyone who doesn't engage in villager trading. Unsurprisingly, the top-tier villagers also tend to be [[RuleOfCute the cutest]], and the low-tier villagers are often [[{{Gonk}} ugly]].
26th Sep '17 4:16:58 PM TokoWH
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* CharacterTiers: No, [[http://www.belltreeforums.com/showthread.php?109343-List-of-Villagers-Based-on-Popularity really]]. The tiers are based solely on popularity (since there isn't really anything else ''to'' base them on) and can be safely ignored by anyone who doesn't engage in villager trading. Unsurprisingly, the top-tier villagers also tend to be [[RuleOfCute the cutest]], and the low-tier villagers are often [[{{Gonk}} ugly]].

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* CharacterTiers: No, [[http://www.belltreeforums.com/showthread.php?109343-List-of-Villagers-Based-on-Popularity php?354714-Villager-Popularity-List-Updated really]]. The tiers are based solely on popularity (since there isn't really anything else ''to'' base them on) and can be safely ignored by anyone who doesn't engage in villager trading. Unsurprisingly, the top-tier villagers also tend to be [[RuleOfCute the cutest]], and the low-tier villagers are often [[{{Gonk}} ugly]].
15th Sep '17 7:34:07 AM SpaceHunterDrakeRedcrest
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** Of the new villagers that are able to move in via the ''Welcome amiibo'' update, one of the ones most people are looking forward to having is Ketchup (a duck with a tomato for a head).[[note]]Ketchup actually made her debut in ''Animal Forest e+'' in 2003, predating ''Welcome amiibo'' by [[OlderThanTheyThink thirteen years]]. However, the game was [[NoExportForYou Japan-exclusive]] and was her only appearance in the series until ''Welcome amiibo''.[[/note]] The Sanrio characters are also pretty popular, but of that group, Etoile the sheep seems to be the most loved.

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** Of the new villagers that are able to move in via the ''Welcome amiibo'' update, one of the ones most people are looking forward to having is Ketchup (a duck with a tomato for a head).[[note]]Ketchup actually made her debut in ''Animal Forest e+'' in 2003, predating ''Welcome amiibo'' by [[OlderThanTheyThink thirteen years]]. However, the game was [[NoExportForYou Japan-exclusive]] and was her only appearance in the series until ''Welcome amiibo''.[[/note]] The Sanrio characters are also pretty popular, but of that group, Etoile the sheep seems to be the most loved. And of the {{Crossover}} characters, [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess W. Link]] is easily the most popular.
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31st Aug '17 12:34:32 PM Vif119
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*** What about bulls? They have the Headlong Charge ability, which is seriously broken because it automatically defeats enemies and obtains five of fruit or honey, which is a lot more than you'd normally get.
19th Jul '17 12:44:49 AM TurtleTropes
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** In New Leaf, sometimes villagers will give you a gift without warning. This can be a problem for those who don't even want any items at the moment. Even worse when there's a Yes/No option, where selecting "No" will have the villager still give you the item, anyway.
17th Jul '17 2:50:00 PM TristanJeremiah
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** Villager trading. ''New Leaf'' has a mechanic where, the day before a villager moves out (when they are "in boxes"), a friend can visit your town and convince the villager to move into their town. Some people online take advantage of this by charging Bells or trading rare items or even other villagers to let people claim their villager. Proponents of the practice consider it essentially the same as trading items online--a way to add depth to a simple game. While relatively few players engage in villager trading, many of those who ''do'' are extremely devoted to it; some people have multiple copies of the game or even ''multiple 3DS systems'' just in order to have "cycle towns" to trade more often (and hence earn more money). Some people think that villager trading defeats the purpose of the game; others are creeped out by the idea of buying and selling villagers, especially for the exorbitantly high prices--up into ''tens of millions'' of Bells--for the most popular villagers (particularly vehement opponents call it [[SeriousBusiness "villager trafficking"]]). This isn't helped by the fact that many villager traders use time traveling (another controversial mechanic) in order to make deals and transactions more quickly and easily.

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** Villager trading. ''New Leaf'' has a mechanic where, the day before a villager moves out (when they are "in boxes"), a friend can visit your town and convince the villager to move into their town. Some people online take advantage of this by charging Bells or trading rare items or even other villagers to let people claim their villager. Proponents of the practice consider it essentially the same as trading items online--a way to add depth to a simple game. While relatively few players engage in villager trading, many of those who ''do'' are extremely devoted to it; some people have multiple copies of the game or even ''multiple 3DS systems'' just in order to have "cycle towns" to trade more often (and hence earn more money). Some people think that villager trading defeats the purpose of the game; others are creeped out by the idea of buying and selling villagers, especially for the exorbitantly high prices--up into ''tens of millions'' of Bells--for the most popular villagers (particularly vehement opponents call it [[SeriousBusiness "villager trafficking"]]). This isn't helped by the fact that many villager traders use time traveling (another controversial mechanic) in order to make deals and transactions more quickly and easily. [[https://www.reddit.com/r/AdoptMyVillager/ There's a even a Subreddit dedicated to this practice on]] ''Website/{{Reddit}}''
14th Jul '17 1:44:04 PM 8BrickMario
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** Villagers now take ten days to move out as opposed to the previous five, giving players more time to convince a beloved villager to not move.

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** Villagers now take ten days to move out as opposed to the previous five, giving players more time to convince a beloved villager to not move.move-- this also makes it harder to miss the warning.



** Sable and especially Isabelle stand out amongst most characters when it comes to their furry fandoms.

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** Sable and especially Isabelle stand out amongst among most characters when it comes to their furry fandoms.



** Pavé in ''New Leaf'' is not well liked among the fandom for often being obnoxious and berating the player for not dancing even if the player uses the "Shrunk dance", as well as his minigame not being very fun.

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** Pavé in ''New Leaf'' is not well liked among the fandom for often being obnoxious and berating the player for not dancing even if the player uses the "Shrunk dance", Shrunk Funk Shuffle, as well as his minigame not being very fun.



** Just about any villager in ''New Leaf'' has the capacity to become a Scrappy to someone if they dare build their house in undesirable places, such as over roads, trees or gardens, or directly in front of the player's house. Doubly so if the villager is one of the more unpopular ones as listed above. Fortunately, ''Welcome amiibo'' prevents villagers from building their houses on patterns.

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** Just about any villager in ''New Leaf'' has the capacity to become a Scrappy to someone if they dare build their house in undesirable places, such as over roads, trees or gardens, or directly in front of the player's house. Doubly so if the villager is one of the more unpopular ones as listed above. Fortunately, ''Welcome amiibo'' prevents villagers from building their houses on patterns.patterns, so, with patience, villager locations can be mapped out with the right pattern-laying.



** The removal of signposts in ''New Leaf'' is generally strongly disliked, due to the chance of a new villager being able to build their house ''anywhere'' in your town. This can mean building their new house on top of your roads or cutting down precious fruit trees or shrubs to make way for their house and generally just ruining your landscape. And if the villager moving in is already unpopular among the fandom... well, expect a few angry mayors to [[TheScrappy try to run them out of town as best as they can]].

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** The removal of signposts in ''New Leaf'' is generally strongly disliked, due to the chance of a new villager being able to build their house ''anywhere'' in your town. This can mean building their new house on top of your roads or cutting down precious fruit trees or shrubs to make way for their house and generally just ruining your landscape. And if the villager moving in is already unpopular among the fandom... well, expect a few angry mayors to [[TheScrappy try to run them out of town as best as they can]]. ''Welcome amiibo'' fixes the problem in a different way; villagers can't build over patterns laid on the ground.
1st Jul '17 3:04:22 PM KiraDoom
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** Dr. Shrunk is often interpreted as a depressed loser who's possibly in an [[DomesticAbuse abusive relationship]], due to his jokes about his AwfulWeddedLife and general exploits as a ButtMonkey.


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** Shrunk is seen as this by some; not only does he have a hard time pursuing his passion in comedy (due to being a terrible comedian), but given the implications that his jokes are true stories, he seems to be quite the ButtMonkey. [[AwfulWeddedLife His relationship with his wife doesn't seem very happy either.]]
29th Jun '17 6:43:10 AM Ngamer01
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** Isabelle is one of the most debated characters in the franchise. She has quickly become the SeriesMascot, but whether she deserves it is a base breaker. Either she's a cute and adorable newcomer or she's annoying {{moe}} bait taking the spotlight from "better" characters. The fact that she's basically a CreatorsPet at this point (Despite only coming to the franchise 11 years after the first installment) doesn't help with her detractors.

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** Isabelle is one of the most debated characters in the franchise. She has quickly become the SeriesMascot, but whether she deserves it is a base breaker. Either she's a cute and adorable newcomer or she's annoying {{moe}} bait taking the spotlight from "better" characters. The fact that she's basically a CreatorsPet at this point (Despite only coming to the franchise 11 years after the first installment) doesn't help with her detractors.
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