Admiral is a crankybirdvillager in the Animal Crossing (series). He only appeared in Animal Forest, Animal Forest +, Animal Crossing and Animal Forest e+ and never appeared in any other game in the series. His name and initial quote are both sailing words - admiral being a title given to the supreme commander of a ship, and "aye aye" being a phrase meaning "yes" or "yes sir", or further meaning "Yes, I have received the instructions, understood them, and will carry them out." It's possible that his name could also be a reference to the famous naval officer and explorer, Admiral Byrd. His Japanese name means "Stubborn".
He is a green bird with a white jaw line and orange cheeks, and a yellow-orange beak. He is often mistaken as an 'Angry Bird'. His overall appearance matches his cranky personality - with deep, serious eyes, and protruding forehead making him appear mature, which is a trait commonly associated with the cranky villager personality. He initially wears the Orange Pinstripe Shirt.
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Cranky villagers will usually appear in a grouchy or agitated mood, and are more difficult to befriend than other villager types. When talking to the player, cranky villagers tend to become angry if the player disagrees with them or refuses to do a favor. Like all cranky villagers, Admiral will be invested in his hobby and will often challenge the player to various competitions. He will easily get along with jock, snooty and other cranky villagers, and occasionally lazy and normal villagers as well. However, he will find it hard to socialize with peppy villagers, as they will seem overstimulated or immature. Admiral will also enjoy spreading rumors of other villagers.
In Dobutsu no Mori, Admiral's house has a Japanese theme, with a kotatsu, a long line of Samurai suits along the back wall, and many bonsai plants.
In Animal Crossing, Admiral's house is decorated to better suit his name. The two TVs in the back represent screens to communicate with other officers and the train set and globe represent world maps. Steel flooring and a shanty wall complete the "main office" vibe of the house.