Mayor Vine, the mayor of Vineland and Da Burbs, as well as the various major in-game NPCs seen in both of those towns. Mayor Risa (Imakuni's character from her New Leaf streams) is also listed here for when she appears in the crossover between Vinny and Imakuni's New Leaf streams.
The former mayor of Vineland, and the current mayor of Da Burbs. He is Vinny's avatar in the game, and due to his playstyle, he becomes very different from the average New Leaf mayor.
- Accidental Hero: Saves Vineland Island by activating the Unknown Machine in his room, causing the Jahns' UFO to blow up and crash into his house. However, Southbird's post about the crossover states that this was him under Vinesauce's control.
- Ambiguously Bi: He's rather obviously in love with Lolly, but one time he randomly assumes Mac is in love with him during one conversation (which embarrasses Mac) and his obsession with Scoot is heavily implied to be romantic/sexual in nature (see: the box of tissues in the Scoot Room). Helps that Scoot himself is Ambiguously Gay.
- Animals Hate Him: Well, non-anthropomorphic ones, as shown by his encounters with bees and mosquitoes. At one point, a scorpion chases him and he ends up failing to avoid getting stung by it.
- Ax-Crazy: He tends to make extraordinarily violent threats towards others.
- An Axe to Grind: He eventually obtains an axe from the Gardening Shop and almost immediately tries to kill Scoot with it, only stopping when Scoot turns around.
- Bad Boss: While he treats his secretary fairly well, he doesn't hesitate to issue threats toward the townsfolk.
- Bad Liar: Vine tries to write an anonymous message on the town's bulletin board about dismembering Pudge... not realizing that his name is signed on the bottom of the paper.
- Berserk Button: Blocking the view in front of his house, which Cherry ends up continually pressing. It's the reason she's made to leave, despite being a genuinely nice person. After she moves out two houses end up in her house's place.
- Bunny-Ears Lawyer: At his best, he manages to run the town competently despite his issues.
- Butt-Monkey: Nothing seems to go right for him, from repeatedly getting bitten and stung by bugs to having his house's part of town become a congested neighborhood after moving to a new town.
- Catchphrase: He says "spalone babuguu scooties" in Vineland and "Hey scro its me" in Da Burbs. These primarily show up whenever someone visits those towns via the Dream Suite and talks to him, as his TPC screen (which is where they're stored) isn't shown in Southbird's edits.
- Celebrity Resemblance: In Part 16, he tries to look like Guy Fieri by getting a spiky blond haircut from Harriet and donning a pair of sunglasses. He drops this for a pharaoh outfit in Part 18.
- Contrasting Sequel Main Character: To Vinesauce, another one of Vinny's player characters. Whereas Vinesauce is one of the more normal residents of Vineland Island (as most normal-looking residents tend to be), generally gets along well with his neighbors, and is one of many characters stuck in the middle of bizarre events, Mayor Vine lives in and maintains a town whose residents are eccentric or rude at worst, often comes across as a jerk or even a corrupt politician, and has a tendency to act like a crazy stalker toward his neighbors, such as when he tries to seduce Lolly (a character Vinesauce rarely, if ever, interacts with after she moves to his hometown) when she visits his house and when he tries to sneak up on Scoot with an axe.
- Dead Person Impersonation: Part 9 of Southbird's edits, which shows events from December 2016, depicts Vine dressing up as Santa Claus followed by showing the real Santa getting killed by Vine's Unknown Machine. After this, Vine helps Jingle deliver presents for Toy Day, after which he generally gives the presents to the wrong villagers.
- Did Not Get the Girl: Despite (and because of) his best efforts to woo her, Lolly ends up moving out of Vineland.
- Disposing of a Body: He keeps the corpses and skeletons of former residents in his basement in Da Burbs.
- Establishing Character Moment: Within a day of arriving at Vineland, he's both stung by bees and bitten by a mosquito. He also gets stung on his first day in Da Burbs.
- Gag Nose: A few of his frequent face accessories in Vineland include a red clown nose.
- Iconic Outfit: After Vinny gains access to the accessories in question, Mayor Vine becomes strongly associated with the swimming cap and beak he often wears. In Da Burbs, he keeps the beak but swaps out for a custom hat depicting Speed Luigi.
- I Just Want to Be You: His obsession with Scoot eventually develops into a desire to be Scoot, thinking that imitating the him exactly will cause him to befriend him.
- In-Series Nickname:
- He gets referred to as "dumpling" by at least two villagers in Vineland, with one being Skye, who adopts the nickname after hearing someone else use it.
- He gets referred to as "foreskin" by Lolly and Curt, with the latter's usage of the nickname displeasing Vinny.
- In Da Burbs he ends up being called "bro" by Scoot.
- Iron Butt Monkey: He's been stung by bees countless times without any signs of slowing down.
- It's All About Me: He plans the location of the town's bridges based on proximity to his own house. He also tends to refuse to acknowledge the other villagers in his "speeches" commemorating Public Works Projects, assuming he attends at all.
- Jerkass: He often steals the contents of deliveries addressed to other villagers and time capsules villagers ask him to bury.
- Mayor Pain: Tends to cause more grief than good towards Vineland/Da Burbs, not that the villagers seem to mind too much.
- Paper-Thin Disguise:
- While at the Roost in Vineland, he tries to use his beak to convince Pompom that he's also a duck in an attempt to convince her to visit his Scoot room. It doesn't work.
- He tries to convince Molly that he's a duck when she wants to visit his house and she completely ignores his disguise.
- Permanent Elected Official: Due to the way New Leaf works, he will never be fired from his job despite admittedly being awful at it.
- Pet the Dog: He stops to fulfill Katie's request for help traveling to another town when she's found wandering Da Burbs.
- Production Throwback: His catchphrase in Vineland is based on a bit of corrupted text from a corruption stream of The Legend of Zelda (originally spelled "spaalonebabuguuscooties").
- Rummage Sale Reject: Dresses in incredibly dumb, clashing clothes more often than not.
- Sapient Eat Sapient: He sometimes considers cooking various villagers, such as putting Pudge in stew, pig villagers in Da Burbs in BLTs, and Franklin in soup.
- Stalker with a Crush: His obsession with Scoot leads to stalking after Scoot moves to his hometown. It's implied that Scoot is terrified of his advances, and for good reason. Despite this, he's willing to try to kill him with an axe.
- Trademark Favorite Food:
- Tex (who is considered one of Vineland's weirdest residents) begins to associate him with peaches after receiving one from him.
- He inherits Vinny's love for pizza and dedicates the eastern room of the first floor of his house in Da Burbs to it, with said room containing several boxes of pizza as well as a brick oven.
- Unfortunate Names: His real name isn't unfortunate, but Lolly and Curt use "foreskin" as a nickname for him.
- Unsympathetic Comedy Protagonist: He's both a Jerkass and a Butt-Monkey.
- Vague Age: Isabelle mentions his youth when contrasting him with the town's old mayor, Tortimer, though it's not clear exactly how old he is.
- Wholesome Crossdresser: Early on, he amasses a collection of skirts, which earns skeptical responses from Mabel when she sells them to him. He doesn't wear them for long, however.
- Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: He freaks out when a scorpion starts chasing him in Part 18. He fails to outrun it, resulting in its sting knocking him unconscious.
- You Don't Look Like You: His face changes a bit between the move from Vineland to Da Burbs. For example, his eyes are no longer tired-looking.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair:
- After Shampoodle gets built in Vineland, he gets a haircut and ends up with pointy, light purple hair. Vinny isn't pleased with the result and later gets another haircut.
- In Da Burbs, he ends up with pointy, light green hair, which Vinny ends up disliking and prefers to keep covered with a hat.
Imakuni's Animal Crossing: New Leaf player character, the mayor/dictator of Knothole. This only covers Mayor Risa as she appears in the crossover between Vinny and Imakuni's New Leaf streams.
- Accidental Misnaming: Lucky accidentally calls her "Knothole from Risa" instead of Risa from Knothole when telling Vine about a conversation the two had.
- Disposing of a Body: Like Vine, she disposes of the bodies of former villagers of her town.
- Drop the Hammer: She carries a toy hammer when visiting Da Burbs and hits Vine with it.
- Evil Overlord: In contrast to how Vine is merely a corrupt and selfish politician, she's an outright dictator.
- Iconic Outfit: She wears her trademark dictator uniform when interacting with Vine.
- Production Throwback: The "It's hip to fuck bees" quote she posts on the bulletin board before leaving Da Burbs references a song that appeared in Super Mario Galaxy Repainted, a Game Mod Imakuni herself helped develop.
- Troll: She posts "It's hip to fuck bees" on the bulletin board in Da Burbs shortly before going back to Knothole, solely to leave behind a reference to a meme Vinny dislikes.
Vine's lovable secretary in both of his towns, though she seemingly doesn't recognize him in Da Burbs. Completely loyal to Vine and is all but stated to have a crush on him, for whatever reason.
- Foil: Incredibly friendly, cheerful, and hardworking, making her the complete opposite of Vine, who is sarcastic, creepy, and a jerk.
- Married to the Job: Not only is she constantly at her secretary desk, but she'll stay up late at night to accommodate Vine's typical awake hours (and Vinny's odd sleep/stream schedule). She also ran Vineland by herself for two years before Vine comes back to sell it after the Welcome amiibo update provides that option.
- Reincarnation Romance: Vinny believes that Vine and Isabelle were lovers in a past life, which is why she's so smitten with him.
- What Does She See in Him?: Her love for Vine continues no matter how creepy and aggressive he acts.
The recurring raccoon businessman. When he's not managing house payments, he runs a salt mine populated by slaves.
- Adaptational Villainy: He's a slave driver, or is just said to be one, in this series.
- Friend in the Black Market: Manages to provide thirteen million bells to Vine in exchange of all the property in Vineland.
Other NPCsThe many service owners in Animal Crossing towns naturally become involved in Vine's antics.
- Addiction-Powered: Vinny assumes that the Nooklings use cocaine to help them sell items at high speeds, specifically pointing out how they sniff when they speak.
- Alternative Character Interpretation:
- When Reese yells at Mayor Vine for trying to wake Cyrus up, she says that he was up all night working and Vinny reads the dialogue as saying he was streaming until 5 AM.
- After Vine sees Scoot at Re-Tail, he leaves and goes back in, only to see that Scoot wasn't there anymore. Vinny assumes that Cyrus was hiding Scoot from him in his toolbox.
- Cloudcuckoolander: Harriet is consistently pleased with the bizarre hairstyles she gives Mayor Vine, completely oblivious to how unappealing they look.
- Fangirl: In Vineland, Sable becomes obsessed with Mayor Vine according to Mabel.
- New-Age Retro Hippie: Harvey is already a hippie in-game, but Vinny plays this up by reading his dialogue with a matching voice.
- No Sense of Personal Space: After handing Vine a badge in Part 18, Phineas repeatedly listens in on villagers' (including Vine) conversations.
- Only Sane Man: Mabel ends up being one of the most normal residents of Vineland, as seen when she questions Mayor Vine's taste for skirts and comments on Sable's apparent obsession with him. This carries over to Da Burbs, as Vine's interest in trying on an academy uniform provokes a similar response to his crossdressing in Vineland, with Vinny noting that even she knew the choice was questionable.
- The Stoner: Vinny is convinced that Harvey is a stoner, since he's a hippie. Vinny references the in-game weeds by implying that the weeds in the campground are marijuana and also interprets his reference to vegan burritos in his statement that he likes to "smell the vegan burrito every once in a while" as a related euphemism.
- Third-Person Person: Pavé refers to himself in third person when Vine visits his RV at the campground.
- Thousand-Yard Stare: Timmy and Tommy's wide eyes are the subject of a few jokes from Vinny.
Some of the random villagers in Animal Crossing: New Leaf gain prominence during their time in either Vineland or Da Burbs.
An Uchi Dog villager, who quietly moves into Da Burbs a few days after Mayor Vine's inauguration... and inadvertently builds her house right in front of Mayor Vine's. Thus marks the beginning of a very one-sided hatred from Vine. She also lived in Knothole before Vine visited it.
- Ascended Fangirl: As a resident of Da Burbs, she gets to live right next to Vine, and couldn't be happier for it. Vine doesn't feel the same way most of the time.
- Breakout Character: Despite Vine's original dislike of her, she becomes a popular resident of Da Burbs and frequently appears in fan art. Vinny would even later move her back in after previously having her move out.
- The Bus Came Back: Vinny has her move back to Da Burbs after previously having her move out. Bizarrely, she doesn't remember any of the time she previously spent there. She later moves back out without Vine being notified of her plan to do so.
- Fangirl: She's apparently a fan of Vinesauce, and moves to Da Burbs because she heard that Vine is the mayor. Thumbnail artist Teckworks even drew a picture of her wearing a Red Vox (Vinny's band) shirt.
- Legacy Character: In a lot of ways, she's a continuation of Cling On's character type. Both characters were introduced unexpectedly and weren't liked much by Vinny, until Southbird's edited streams put focus on them, increasing their popularity and changing Vinny's opinion. Both Cling On and Cherry also receive a lot of provocative fan art.
- Nosy Neighbor: She makes the mistake of having her house built next to the mayor's house, and he ends up in a very love-hate relationship with her. That said, she gives Vine a lot of things to make up for it.
- Put on a Bus: Vine has Wisp force her to move out after her house is built right in front of his. While she did move back in later, she ends up moving away again, this time without any input from Vine.
- The Quincy Punk: During post-stream art showcases, Vinny comments on how fan artists often draw her with a punk aesthetic.
- Send in the Clones: Vinny speculates that she was cloned after she first left Da Burbs, as she doesn't recognize Mayor Vine when he visits her in another town, and when she moves back to Da Burbs she still doesn't recognize him, nor does she remember even living there.
- Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: Vine generally dislikes her for a petty reason while she is fairly friendly towards him. This fades slightly after she gives Vine a bass, and she also gives Vine medicine for bee stings after a viewer tells Vinny that she would.
A Normal Rabbit villager with a Gyroid-like face.
- Bizarre Alien Biology: Vinny is convinced that her biology is completely different from that of the other animals and thus wonders how she functions.
- Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant: When visiting hacked dream towns in the first "Fucked Up Towns" stream, Vinny initially assumes that her face was hacked. Due to her creepy face and mannerisms, most fan art featuring Coco is terrifying.
- No Sense of Personal Space: When Mayor Vine reads his mail in Part 13, she stands right next to him and stares. When Vine reads Ketchup's moving-away letter in Part 14, Coco once again stands close to him.
- Only Friend: When Vine shows up at her birthday party, only Ketchup attends it. Vinny believes that nobody else in town likes her, and that Ketchup was there because she was the newest citizen (Hopkins was moving in, but hadn't finished doing so) and decided to try being friends with her.
- Self-Duplication: In a 2016 stream, Mayor Vine visits a bizarre dream town called "the void", which contains more than one of her as one of its many unusual and/or unsettling traits, and she appears in other dream towns from the same stream. She becomes a resident of Da Burbs after Vine moves there.
- Stalker Without a Crush: She has a habit of watching Vine check his mail while standing close to him and Vine catches her following Drake.
- Thousand-Yard Stare: She spends a moment standing still between her Gyroids and staring when Mayor Vine visits her house not long after her debut. Southbird emphasizes how unsettling this looks.
- Vague Age: Invoked by Vinny, who wonders how old she is when she tells Vine that she's excited to get a toy for Toy Day.
A Cranky Pig villager who moves into Da Burbs thanks to the titular feature of the Welcome amiibo update. While obviously toned down from his inspiration, he's still noticeably jerkish.
- Bait-and-Switch: Vinny thinks he moved out in Part 16 after seeing a house gone, even telling Molly he's gone after she says her "crenando" Verbal Tic while saying she wants to visit Vine. It turns out that Coco was the one who actually moved out and Ganon stayed, and when Ganon himself shows up later Vinny isn't happy about it.
- Broken Record: He comments on his iconic outfit three times in a row during a conversation with Vine.
- In-Series Nickname: Vinny's tendency to refer to Ganondorf as "Crenando" carries over to this game's Ganon.
- Jerkass: Vine sees him call Inkwell ugly while he's visiting.
- Mad Scientist: After he gives Vine an Unknown Machine, Vinny interprets that as a sign that he now causes destruction using machines instead of magic. Given the large number of mechanical enemies in Breath of the Wild, this isn't completely random, though said mechanical enemies are still controlled via supernatural means.
- OOC Is Serious Business: He has Mayor Vine bury a time capsule containing a letter worriedly asking his future self if the world became bleak and scary, with Vinny commenting that it's usually his job to make the world bleak and scary.
- Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: Vinny dislikes his continual rudeness and often directs strong insults toward him as a result. When he ends up being one of the few villagers to receive the right Toy Day gift in 2016, Vinny comments that he's the one villager he didn't want to have a good Toy Day.
- Verbal Tic: He says "crenando" in many of his sentences after Vine tells him to.
- Villain Decay: He went from the Big Bad of the entire Zelda franchise to a mere Jerkass in Animal Crossing.
A Normal Cat villager, and one of the most beloved villagers by the Animal Crossing fandom. This extends to Mayor Vine, who tries to take it a little too far.
- Affectionate Nickname: Vinny comments positively on her "foreskin" nickname for Vine when she ends up moving away.
- Bare Your Midriff: In Southbird's thumbnails, Teckworks adds a skirt to her outfit and makes her shirt show her midriff.
- Breakout Character: Her memorable moments in the first stream series of New Leaf lead to her becoming a Mii in Vinesauce Tomodachi Life... wherein she gets next to no screentime and is assimilated by aliens right before the end of the original run.
- Career Versus Man: Vinny deduces that she wasn't interested in him because she hasn't decided what she wants to do with her life, and wants to set out to figure out what she could accomplish. Sadly, judging by what happens on Vineland Island, she never gets to accomplish this.
- Cute Little Fangs: In the thumbnail for Part 1, she's smiling happily with visible canine teeth.
- Hidden Depths: She mentions having a strong interest in paleontology when Mayor Vine talks to her at the museum, adding that she was disappointed that Vineland's museum's fossil exhibits weren't bigger than they were.
- Just Friends: Despite Vine's attraction to her, she simply sees him as a friend. His attempt to take it too far leads to her jumping ship.
- One-Note Cook: She is an aspiring cook, but can only make pepper-related foods.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: She decides to pack her bags and leave Vineland shortly after Vine tries to serenade her.
A Lazy Cub villager with a fondness for food. Vine's opinion of him changes from hatred to respect during his time in Vineland.
- Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: In Part 2, Vinny claims he's guilty of following him, making his life difficult, calling him fat, and eating oranges, in that order.
- Big Eater: Vine often mocks him for his fondness of food and has seen him leave notes saying he's out on a snack run while away from his house.
- The Bus Came Back: Briefly appears in the Dream Vineland that Vine visits in the Tomodachi Life crossover, but he doesn't recognize Vine because the town is made from Vinesauce's memories, not Vine's.
- Catchphrase: He ends up with "fatty" as a greeting after Vinny gets annoyed by his "pudgy" Verbal Tic.
- The Ditz: He tells Vine that he spent the last of his money on an orange while the two are standing next to an orange tree, leading to a snarky comment from Vinny.
- Dude Looks Like a Lady: Vinny initially thinks he's female.
- Innocently Insensitive: He doesn't seem to be aware that calling Vine "pudgy" and "fatty" angers him, even though Vine told him to say the latter greeting.
- Rescued from the Scrappy Heap: In-universe, Vine's opinion of him turns positive as Vineland gets filled with more unappealing residents, particularly Harry. By the time Vinny takes a break from the game, he and Mac are the only villagers Vine ends up liking.
- Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: Despite being friendly towards Vine, his tendency to call him "pudgy" makes him the target of some of his most extreme threats. That said, this eventually subsides."When this is over, you won't have a family to put the pieces back together. Die. :)"
- Verbal Tic: He ends sentences with "pudgy", which Vinny quickly grows to despise.
- You Are Fat: The reason Vine initially despises him is because his catchphrase is initially "pudgy". Vinny eventually sets his greeting to "fatty" to emphasize his dislike for his catchphrase."Fatty! What's shaking, pudgy?"
A Jock Duck villager, and Vinny's favorite villager in the Animal Crossing series. While he never lived in Vineland, he gets summoned to Da Burbs with the help of Wisp and an amiibo card, and now has to deal with Vine's odd habits.
He has a Vinesauce presence outside Vinny's streams of Animal Crossing: New Leaf. For his appearance in the Vinesauce Miitopia streams, see those streams' character page, and see the main Vinesauce character page for his other Vinesauce appearances.
- Ambiguously Gay: When he asks about what Mayor Vine's position would be when playing baseball, Vinny wonders if he actually meant "pitcher" and "catcher" literally or if it was innuendo. He also seems to be overly enthusiastic about Cyrus, eventually providing Too Much Information when describing what he's like when he works and having a heart appear over his head during part of the description, despite the fact that Cyrus is already married. After Scoot says something like this again, a confused-looking Drake walks by.
- Breakout Character: He became a big hit on Vinesauce due to the Animal Crossing streams. He's practically a physical representation of the site: He's green (the site's color), a duck (Vinny is heavily associated with ducks), and is named Scoot (an accidental reference to Vinny's "Scoot the Burbs" skit, which he came up with a few years after first streaming New Leaf).
- The Cameo: He makes a brief appearance in Episode 6 of Vinny's "The Adventures of Mario and Luigi" series. While he looks completely different, Vinny voices him using the voice he uses for Scoot in this series and Vinesauce Miitopia.
- Dumb Jock: He's athletic but not very bright. In Part 8, he receives some beans from Vine and has no idea what they're used for, though he somehow enjoys using them anyway. In Part 13, Mayor Vine sees him at Club LOL and the latter ends up staring at a wall by the time the former leaves.
- Early-Bird Cameo: He appears on various items in a room of Mayor Vine's house in Vineland before eventually becoming an actual resident of Da Burbs, thanks to Wisp getting him to move in via the Welcome amiibo update's titular amiibo support.
- Say My Name: Whenever he shows up, Vinny inevitably yells his name.
- Speech-Impaired Animal: Vinny frequently reads his dialogue with a raspy voice inspired by a duck's quacking. This gets exaggerated in the Vinesauce Miitopia series, which shows him having trouble pronouncing "banana" properly and being mad at himself because of it.
- Spell My Name with an "S": Vinny claims that his real name is Scott, but no one bothered to learn the proper spelling and pronunciation.
- You Don't Look Like You: When he appears in Episode 6 of Vinny's "The Adventures of Mario and Luigi" series, he's a slightly more realistic-looking white duck, as opposed to how he's green and walks upright in his home series.
Various residents of Vineland, the town featured in all pre-Welcome amiibo Mayor Vine streams.
A Snooty Chicken villager with some dark secrets.
- Disposing of a Body: Vine catches her walking around with a shovel, and she refuses to say why. Vinny draws the obvious conclusion.
- The Scapegoat: Vine becomes rather unpleasant towards her after some bad interactions following Lolly's move.
A Cranky Bear villager, and one of the few that can stand up to Vine and get away with it.
- Bears Are Bad News: One of the few villagers that Vine usually avoids tormenting for this reason, though he still threatens him with an axe on one occasion. When Mac mentions that other villagers think he and Curt are feuding, Vinny comments that Curt is bigger and stronger than everyone else and thus refuses to get involved.
- Country Matters: Vinny says that Curt's name looks like "cunt" if you look at it quick enough.
- "The Reason You Suck" Speech: He goes on a long-winded rant trying to guilt-trip Mayor Vine after he returns to Vineland in late 2015 after a long absence.
A Snooty Elephant villager. Vinny considers her the most generic villager in the game, despite her unusual coloring.
- Flat Character: Vinny thinks that she is incredibly vapid, and she doesn't prove otherwise before she moves away.
- It Is Pronounced "Tro-PAY": Vinny pronounces her name in a French-sounding way.
- Shaped Like Itself: Vinny thinks that her entire personality is "elephant".
An Uchi Sheep villager who finds Vine fascinating.
- Anthropomorphic Food: Her head looks like a hamburger and her wool looks like French fries. Her Japanese name is "Wendy" like the burger chain, as well, though a different sheep has that name in English.
- Bilingual Bonus: Her name means "fried" in Spanish, referencing her hamburger-like head and French fry-like wool.
- Out of Focus: She doesn't appear often in Southbird's edits compared to the full streams, so Vine isn't shown interacting with her as much in the abridged videos.
- Put on a Bus: She left Vineland after viewers decided via Strawpoll whether Vine should tell her to move.
A Cranky Hippo villager who quickly becomes Vine's least tolerated villager in Vineland.
- Gonk: So ugly that he almost immediately makes Vine's opinions of Pudge do a 180.
- The Pig-Pen: Vinny imagines that he must be smelly and unclean, as he's an ugly hippo who lives in a house that looks like a bathroom.
A Jock Dog villager that Vine surprisingly tolerates. Despite his grumpy-looking appearance, he's actually quite friendly, adding to his status as one of the few appealing residents left in Vineland before Vine moves to Da Burbs.
- Dumb Jock: While his dumbness isn't as ridiculous as Scoot's, he still reacts very positively to a letter Vine sends accusing him of having rabies and calling him unfit to live in Vineland.
- Face of a Thug: Vinny initially assumes he's grumpy because of his appearance, but he actually isn't.
- Good Is Dumb: Slightly dim, but Vine still considers him to be one of the few good villagers in Vineland around the time the town is abandoned.
- Insult Backfire: Vine sends him a letter about him supposedly having rabies and saying he's unfit to live in Vineland. He treasures it purely because it's the first letter that he received, and hangs onto it for months.
- Rescued from the Scrappy Heap: In-universe, Vine's hatred of him ceases and Vinny refers to him as Vine's best friend during the 2015 revisit stream.
A Peppy Duck villager with a taste for coffee. She lived in Vineland for most of its lifetime, but wasn't added to Da Burbs with the other ducks.
- Hipster: Vinny begins to consider her to be a hipster after she talks to Vine about how she thinks coffee and the Roost are trendy and thinks that drinking coffee at the Roost makes her trendy as well.
- Sore Loser: She takes losing poorly and yells that she won even if she didn't.
A Normal Wolf villager with a happy disposition, who may or may not be in love with Vine.
- Affectionate Nickname: She tells Vine that she heard other villagers calling him "dumpling" and took a liking to it. She asks Vine if she can call him that and he approves.
- Catchphrase: She says "Babuguuscootie" as a greeting.
- The Pollyanna: She sincerely comments on how comfortable Vine's bed looks while visiting his house, even though it's made of cardboard.
- Verbal Tic: She often randomly says "chewards" when speaking as a reference to a mispronunciation of "towards" Vinny jokingly uses.
A Smug Penguin villager with unimpressive writing skills.
- Cloudcuckoolander: Vine christens him as the town's fool after he randomly writes a mundane autobiography and discusses it with Vine after Vine finds it on the ground and returns it to him.
- Delusions of Eloquence: He thinks his writing skills are good, but when he describes the autobiography he lost as detailed and "sophistimocated" it becomes clear that they aren't.
- Verbal Tic: Vine has him say "dicante" as a portmanteau of "dick" and his original "picante" phrase.
Various residents of Da Burbs, the town Mayor Vine moves to at the beginning of the Welcome amiibo streams.
A Peppy Mouse villager and part of the group of villagers who welcomes Mayor Vine to Da Burbs. Vine is convinced that she's secretly a plague rat. She eventually moves out, but visits Main Street every now and then.
- Deadly Euphemism:
- She tells Vine that she enjoys doing paper crafts and Vinny interprets the phrase "doing paper crafts" as a euphemism for spreading the plague.
- When she informs Vine of her decision to move away, Vinny claims that when she says she wants to spread the good word about Da Burbs that "the good word" is actually the bubonic plague.
- Nightmare Face: After Bob ends up with fleas, Southbird zooms in on Bella to point out that she's nearby and has an unsettling-looking expression on her face.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: Her eyes turn red when she's surprised and Southbird emphasizes this in one video. In Southbird's edits, this first shows up after her pleasant demeanor ends up looking like a facade after multiple flea-related incidents.
- Verbal Tic: Vine suggests that she say "plaguette" and she considers that to be incredibly fitting.
- You Dirty Rat!: Vine accuses her of trying to spread a plague via fleas thanks to incidents involving her and Gala. After she moves away, Vinny says that she continues to try to spread the the plague from the sewers after he sees her at the Nooklings' store.
A Jock Duck villager. For unknown reasons, he shares his default Verbal Tic with Drake, confusing Vinny.
- Out of Focus: Part 18 shows little of him other than his introduction, instead putting more focus on Molly, Scoot, and Freckles.
- Verbal Tic: He says "quacko" often like Drake because the two share a default phrase for unknown reasons, which confuses Vinny when Vine first meets Bill.Vinny: "What do you mean, 'quacko'? Wait a minute, that's not yours!"
A purple Lazy Cat villager and part of the group of villagers who welcomes Mayor Vine to Da Burbs. Vinny notes his popularity with Vinesauce viewers and tries and fails to keep him from moving away after he starts planning to, but isn't too upset after he leaves.
- Un-person: Inverted. He leaves Da Burbs without telling Vine, but Vinny claims that he never left and asks Southbird to insert a South Park-style paper cutout of him into the footage to "cover up" his absence.
A Jock Pig villager who quickly becomes hated by Vine. He's obsessed with running and wishes that others would recognize him for it.
- Butt-Monkey: Vinny begins to despise him and Gala shortly after Mayor Vine moves to Da Burbs, with Mayor Vine posting a bulletin suggesting that the town's pigs be made into bacon. However, he sticks around longer than Gala and doesn't squeeze his house close to Mayor Vine's, unlike most other villagers.
- Messy Pig: While he isn't as messy as Gala, he still ends up thinking that a garbage can, of all things, would look good in Vine's house. Vinny interprets this as implying Curly thinks Vine is messy himself.
- Offscreen Moment of Awesome: Invoked by Curly himself, who claims twice that he set a world record for a 100-meter dash and wishes people would have been able to witness it.
A Lazy Duck villager with a sweet tooth and a tendency to keep an eye on Vine's odd behavior.
- Accidental Misnaming: Vinny accidentally calls him "Quackbert" after Bill turns out to say "quacko" as well.
- Big Eater: After Vine returns from a relatively long absence in Part 17, he assumes it was because he was on a cruise with a large buffet and wishes he could have been on said cruise.
- In-Series Nickname: Shortly after he moves in, Vinny refers to him as "fake Scoot" due to his green head. While he's roughly the same color that male mallards are in real life instead of being one of the many unusually colored villagers, the fact that his shirt covers most of his body meant that his green head was more obvious than the rest of his plumage. When Vine uses his megaphone to call for Scoot in Part 15, Drake answers instead, as well as Coco for unknown reasons.
- Insistent Terminology: He tells Vine that he'd rather be called "Big Drake" during one conversation.
- Level Ate: He wishes for a house made out of candy filled with furniture that's also made out of candy. While the Sweets Series of furniture does exist, he doesn't have any of it and it's exclusive to GracieGrace, meaning Vine can't give him any unless the Nooklings' shop ends up completely upgraded (in Vineland, it never was).
- Obfuscating Stupidity: While he introduces himself to Vine by randomly discussing his wish for a candy house with candy furniture, which confuses Vinny, he later watches Vine bury a time capsule for Cherry, with Vinny assuming he's making sure he does the job properly, with this happening after multiple instances of Vine opening time capsules and/or stealing their contents. He also happens to be nearby when Scoot tells Vine about his crush on Cyrus a second time and Vinny points out that he looks confused by the conversation.
- Only Sane Man: Despite introducing himself to Vine in a way that makes him sound like a Cloudcuckoolander, he later begins to come across as the opposite, such as when he becomes suspicious of Vine's tendency to steal from time capsules and looks confused when Scoot appears to have a crush on Cyrus despite Cyrus already being married.
- Punny Name: He's a drake named Drake.
- Vocal Dissonance: During a post-stream fanart showcase, Vinny shows a piece of art showing Drake helping Cherry investigate Tom Nook's salt mines, with Drake's dialogue being read in a deep, slightly gruff voice, which contrasts with both the higher-pitched voice he has in-game and the fact that he's a humanoid mallard.
A Peppy Duck villager. She's one of the few residents of Da Burbs to not have her house built within close proximity to Vine's.
- The Ditz: While Vine visits her, she says something in her house looks like a bed and wonders if Vine knows what she actually uses it for. However, she doesn't actually own a bed, raising the question of what she's talking about.
- Gonk: Vinny finds her eyes to be off-putting because of how far apart they are compared to the other ducks he's seen.
- It's All About Me: She refers to herself as her biggest fan and asks Vine to bury a time capsule bragging about herself.
- Noodle Incident: Despite not owning a bed, she says she uses something in her house that looks like one for something other than its intended purpose. Vinny is disgusted by this.
- Speech-Impaired Animal: In Part 18, Vinny gives Freckles a lisp similar to the one he gave to Pokey during his EarthBound streams.
- Verbal Tic: She says "ducky" often and says it a particularly large amount of times when speaking to Vine for the first time.
A Normal Pig villager with a serious flea problem.
- Butt-Monkey: She and Curly are despised by Vinny after Mayor Vine moves to Da Burbs, with Mayor Vine posting a bulletin suggesting that the town's pigs be made into bacon.
- Messy Pig: She has a huge flea problem, which Mayor Vine publicly broadcasts.
- The Pig-Pen: Not only is she a literal pig, she has had fleas on two occasions.
- Sapient Eat Sapient: Vinny tries to turn Curly against Gala by writing a letter to him, warning that Gala wants to cook him for Christmas dinner.
A Lazy Rabbit villager. He introduces himself by talking about food and drew his own driver's license before Vine asks Wisp to have him visit Da Burbs, after which he's asked to move in. He ends up turning out to be less similar to Pudge than previously thought.
- Accidental Misnaming: Vinny forgets his name and accidentally refers to him as "Rabob" when he's in the process of moving in. He forgets his name again and refers to him as "Bunnelby" and "Rabite" once he's finished moving in.
- Attention Whore: Exaggerated. He gets incredibly angry after Vine ends up paying little attention to him, going so far as to threaten Vine into paying more attention to him and baring a Nightmare Face while saying this.
- Cool and Unusual Punishment: He threatens Vine into paying more attention to him... by saying he'd annoy him by banging pots and pans together.
- Living Toys: He has an air hole in the back of his head, indicating that he's a living inflatable toy.
- Neat Freak: Not long after he has his belongings unpacked, he brags to Vine about how thorough he was when cleaning his house.
- Nightmare Face: He gets mad at Vine for not paying more attention to him, even threatening him if he doesn't pay more attention to him and having a sinister look on his face while saying this.
- Obfuscating Stupidity: At first, it seems like he's someone who shares Pudge's love for food and thinks a drawing of a driver's license is enough to make him qualified to drive an RV, which Vinny finds amusing. Vine asks him to move to Da Burbs and after he spends a while living there, he becomes furious after thinking Vine was ignoring him and tries to threaten him into paying more attention to him, with this sudden outburst catching Vinny and Southbird off guard.
A Cranky Penguin villager and part of the group of villagers who welcomes Mayor Vine to Da Burbs.
- Big Ol' Eyebrows: He sports a pair of large yellow eyebrows, due to being a macaroni penguin.
- Out of Focus: Despite being one of the first villagers met in Da Burbs, he and Vine rarely interact.
- What the Hell Is That Accent?: When he introduces himself to Vine, Vinny reads his introduction with a deep voice and odd accent.
- Accidental Misnaming: Vinny forgets his name and calls him "Squidward" after another octopus, Marina, shows up at the campsite in Part 14.
- Alternative Character Interpretation: He's inspired by the Inklings from Splatoon, but Vinny refers to him as an Octorok and accuses him of plotting to take over Hyrule with Ganon after he's seen hanging out at Ganon's house. However, not long after this Ganon tells Mayor Vine that he thinks Inkwell is ugly and that he thinks this is a fatal flaw of Inkwell's friendship with Scoot. Later in the series, Vinny suggests that before he became who he is today he might have become a dad after being found in the ocean.
- Furry Confusion: Vine comes across him at the museum's fish and deep-sea creature exhibit. Vinny wonders if he wants to live there, or if someone found him in the ocean to begin with.
- In-Series Nickname: Vinny refers to him as an Octorok after seeing him hanging out with Ganon.
- Multiple-Choice Past: The game refers to him as a Splatoon fan who's an octopus but wants to be a squid, while Vinny refers to him as an Octorok when Vine sees him hanging out with Ganon and later says he was found in the ocean and enacted the plot of Octodad before becoming who he is today.
A Lazy Duck villager Vinny thinks looks like Karl Pilkington.
- Celebrity Resemblance: Vinny thinks his face looks like that of Karl Pilkington from the Animated Adaptation of The Ricky Gervais Show.
- In-Series Nickname: Vinny compares him to Karl Pilkington by calling him "Karl" when he's first seen.
A Peppy Duck villager who apparently moonlights as an amateur detective.
- Alternative Character Interpretation: In-universe, Vinny thinks Vine caught her doing something he wasn't supposed to know about in Part 19, such as that she didn't want Vine to know that she moved out of Da Burbs and that she's trying to keep her visit a secret.
- Amateur Sleuth: She talks with Vine about how awesome detective work is, proving her credentials by spying on Ganon.
- Anthropomorphic Food: Her head looks like a tomato. Vinny suspects her of actually being a sentient tomato, suggesting that the tomato juice she carries in her watering can is actually her bodily fluids.
- Cloudcuckoolander: In addition to wanting to be a detective, she walks around with a watering can filled with tomato juice instead of water.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Her RV contains pizza and a pizza oven, not unlike one of Vine's rooms.
A Lazy Dog villager who was asks to move to Da Burbs after camping there. He's also a mummy.
- Accidental Misnaming: Vinny accidentally confuses him with Stitches (a completely different villager) in Part 15.
- Alternative Character Interpretation: When he says he forgot what Vine looks like in Part 16, Vinny points out that he doesn't know what Lucky looks like under his bandages, leading Vinny to suggest that he's actually Cherry in disguise.
- An Axe to Grind: When he challenges Vine to a game of rock-paper-scissors to decide whether he moves to Da Burbs, Vine's axe ends up being at stake. Vinny questions why he wanted Vine's axe.
- Disposing of a Body: Subverted and inverted. He asks Vine if he wonders why he's carrying a shovel and Vinny pauses on that bit of dialogue and says it could go in a weird direction. It turns out that he just wants to dig a series of tunnels to act as a shortcut between their houses, then Vinny points out that Vine is the one disposing of bodies, and Lucky could come across them them if he dug a tunnel to Vine's basement.
- The Ditz: He asks Vine to return something to Inkwell... who's standing right next to them at the time.
- Face of a Thug: He's creepy-looking, but despite this he's quite friendly, and when he's seen walking around town with a shovel his reason for needing a shovel turns out to be more innocent than Broffina's.
- The Grotesque: Vinny suggests that his body-covering bandages are there because his skin was removed.
- Mummy: He's covered in bandages and has furniture inspired by ancient Egypt, but he's pretty atypical as far as mummies go, partially because he's a dog and partially because he appears to still be alive.
A Normal Bird villager. She hails from The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker.
- Catchphrase: She says "scro" as a greeting.
- Out of Focus: Unlike Ganon, she appears fairly infrequently and is one of the less eccentric residents of Da Burbs.
- Verbal Tic: Vine has her randomly say "jabroni" often.
A Normal Duck villager with possible ties to Ganon. She coincidentally shares a name with Vinny's deceased dog.
- Ambiguously Evil: Vinny suspects her of wanting to destroy the world after Cherry tells Vine that she's friends with Ganon, but nonetheless she has a friendly personality.
- A Lizard Named "Liz": Her name is a reference to mallards, her species.
- Verbal Tic: She shares Ganon's tendency to say "crenando" (a Vinesauce in-joke used as a nickname for Ganondorf) in addition to being friends with Ganon.
Residents of Knothole, the town featured in Animal Crossing: New Leaf streams from Imakuni. This section only covers Knothole's residents as they appear in the crossover between Imakuni and Vinny's New Leaf streams.
A foulmouthed Peppy Hamster villager.
- Jerkass: Mayor Risa gets her to be rude to strangers by making "eat my ass" her catchphrase, with Vinny finding this out the hard way.
A Cranky Frog villager. He never appears in either of Vinny's towns, but Vinny mentions preferring to have him as a resident of Vineland over most of the villagers actually present there. He is, however, present in Knothole (Imakuni's town) when Vine visits, giving him a presence elsewhere on Vinesauce.
- The Ghost: He never appears in the Vineland-era streams, despite Vinny mentioning preferring him over the villagers he actually has. However, he does appear in the Da Burbs-era crossover stream with Imakuni, as Imakuni has him as a villager when Vinny streams with her.
- Jerkass: Vinny is surprised to see him when visiting Imakuni's town due to his fondness of him. Imakuni, on the other hand, despises him because of his personality.
A Snooty Hamster villager with a name Vinny finds hard to pronounce.
- Verbal Tic: Vinny is amused by her "cheekers" phrase, which she originally borrowed from Apple, whose own catchphrase was replaced with "eat my ass" by the time Vine visits Knothole.
A Cranky Wolf villager. He's pleased to meet the mayor of Da Burbs, though he introduces himself in an odd way.
- No Sense of Personal Space: When he first meets Vine, he smells him.
Villagers not appearing in Vineland, Da Burbs, or Knothole but still featured in the Mayor Vine streams.
A Peppy Rabbit villager who shows up at the campsite in Da Burbs.
- Call-Back: Her name is the same as Lolly's Verbal Tic. This piques Vinny's interest due to Vine's past interactions with Lolly.
A Smug Mouse villager who looks like he's made of cheese. He camps in Da Burbs in Part 19.
- Anthropomorphic Food: He's yellow and appears to have round indentations like Swiss cheese.
- Non-Indicative Name: Despite being named after cheddar cheese, his appearance more closely resembles Swiss cheese.
- Punny Name: Vinny points out that his name is a pun on cheddar cheese when Vine is visiting him in his tent.
- Sex God: Vinny interprets his name as a portmanteau of cheddar and Chad, followed by saying "Do you know how much pussy this guy gets?"
A Lazy Duck villager Vine encounters in a dream town. His house is partially underwater.
- Mind Screw: His house, which is in the ocean, and his question about how Vine got to his house both seriously confuse Vinny, and raise the question of how he got there.
A Normal Frog villager who stays in an igloo in Da Burbs during the winter.
- Gonk: Vinny thinks her lips look unnatural and this leads to questions as to whether frogs even have lips. Vinny shows a picture of a real frog and comments that they kind of do have lips, but that they aren't at all like the ones Jambette has.
- Lethal Chef: She tells Vine that the chowder she has cooking in her igloo came from a recipe from a book about shoe polish.
A Normal Octopus villager who stays at the campsite in Da Burbs. Despite her fondness for Da Burbs, Vine refuses to ask her to move in.
- The Pollyanna: She thinks highly of Da Burbs despite how eccentric its residents can be and despite the fact that she isn't asked to move there when its mayor visits her.
A Lazy Frog villager who wears a surgical mask and has a collection of medical equipment, despite not being a real doctor. Mayor Vine ends up deciding not to ask him to move in.
- Back-Alley Doctor: When he shows up at the campground with an RV filled with medical equipment, Vinny notices that the game says he isn't a real doctor and finds his need for medical equipment to be questionable. In contrast to how a lot of villagers' fan art contains fanservice, art featuring him is often grotesque instead.
A robotic Jock Frog villager. More than one of him appears in a hacked dream town called "the void" when Vine spends time at the Dream Suite in Vineland.
- Self-Duplication: A hacked dream town called "the void" contains more than one of him when Vine visits it, with the same town containing even more Cocos. Unlike Coco, he never moves to Vineland or Da Burbs and Vinny thinks he's more cool than creepy when encountering one of the copies of him.
An Uchi Gorilla villager who wears a pink superhero costume. She camps in Da Burbs in Part 19.
- Meaningful Name: Vinny wonders if she's named Rocket because she went to the moon.
- Out of Focus: Southbird's edit doesn't show much other than her introduction and cuts off after Vine first talks to her when she's in her tent.
A Snooty Wolf villager. Vine briefly encounters her while traveling out of town.
- Ash Face: She becomes a target of Vine's Unknown Machine, which leaves her covered in soot.
- Butt-Monkey: Her only involvement in the series is getting beans thrown at her by Vine and being a target of Vine's Unknown Machine. The former leads to Vine's arrest in Southbird's edit, while the latter is exclusive to Southbird's edit.
Characters appearing in the crossover with the Vinesauce Tomodachi Life streams.
Lumber JahnThe middle member of a trio of aliens that visited Vineland Island and eventually caused things to go to hell. As the sole protestor of his species' invasion, he was allowed to stay on Vineland Island as yet another quirky resident. However, the Southbird edit of the Tomodachi Life paints a very different picture of him....
- Adaptational Villainy: His HeelFace Turn is depicted as genuine in Vinesauce Tomodachi Life and Vinesauce Miitopia, while it ends up being a lie in the crossover between the former and the Mayor Vine series.
- Adapted Out: Inverted: He isn't present in the Vineland Dream Town depicted in the base stream (which has its own, fairly different plot). His involvement in the crossover is entirely Southbird's doing.
- Arc Villain: He serves as the antagonist for Southbird's Tomodachi Life crossover edit, as well as the Survivor Edition miniseries in his home streams. He stands out in a series that otherwise has No Antagonist.
- Fake Defector: In Southbird's interpretation, he didn't really leave the Jahns to live on Vineland and become like a human; he just wanted a station from where he could conduct a revenge plot with nobody suspecting him.
- Flying Saucer: He has a UFO full of Jahns that floats above Vineland Island, containing the mind-control device and plans for directing another invasion on Vineland Island; he monitors the ship from his apartment. When Mayor Vine triggers the Unknown Machine, it blows up the saucer and sends it careening right into his own house.
- For Want of a Nail: Southbird suggests that Lumber Jahn's plot would've succeeded had it not been for one thing; the prior assimilation of Lolly, which somehow allowed her to link Mayor Vine's dream to Vinesauce's trapped mind.
- Karma Houdini: Vinesauce and crew never figure out that he was the mastermind behind the sudden Survivor Edition. At least he can't harm anyone else for the time being.
- Mighty Lumberjack: He wears a stereotypical lumberjack outfit. It was supposed to be a human disguise, but it was pretty unsubtle and he eventually turned it into an identity.
- Non-Action Big Bad: All he does is direct the mind-control spaceship from his apartment. As such, when it gets downed, he's rendered helpless and is forced to give up his plans.
- Villain of Another Story: He manipulated Vinesauce into evicting/killing islanders during the first four episodes of Tomodachi Life: Survivor Edition, though this is never seen by Mayor Vine.
- Walking Spoiler: His role in the crossover special (and the fact that he's even involved) is a huge spoiler for the plot of the episode and some of the later parts of Vinesauce Tomodachi Life.