"Candy makes the world go 'round."
|Birthday||June 24th (Cancer)|
|Initial clothes||Lemon Gingham Tee|
|Home request||A supersweet bakery|
Lots of milk,
Three spoonfuls of sugar
|Favorite song||K.K. Ska|
|Appearances||AF, AF+, AC, AFe+, WW, CF, NL, HHD|
|Regional names|| 글루민 Geullumin |
"I enjoy tap dancing and raspberry jam!"Bluebear (グルミン, Gurumin?) is a peppy cub villager in the Animal Crossing series. Bluebear has appeared in every game to date. Her English name could possibly be based from fruit, namely blueberries, and her species. This is supported, but not completely, by her initial phrase. Her picture quote is similar to that of the normal wolf villager, Skye.
— Picture quote, Wild World
She appears on the cover of Mr. K.K.
AppearanceAs her name suggests, Bluebear is a light-blue bear. She has dark blue hair and a white-tipped muzzle and paws, complete with white inside her ears with a dark blue outside. She wears some pink blush, and initially wears the Lemon Gingham, which is yellow, orange and white. Bluebear appears in every single game so far. In Animal Forest, Bluebear's eyes are bigger and has a different smile. She looks like Olive, another cub, or Dotty, another peppy villager. She is often considered to be the female equivalent of Kody.
|Below is a brief description of the peppy personality. For more information, click here.|
In Animal Crossing, Bluebear's house doesn't have one particular theme, instead, she has a wide variety of items. She has the Blue Bed and the Blue Clock, as well as two Red Armchairs, and two Baby Bears. She also has a Cabana Table with nothing on it, and a Red Boombox that plays K.K. Ska. She has the Exotic Wall, and the Cabana Floor.
Bluebear's house in Animal Crossing: New Leaf, has more of a theme, which seems to be blue furniture, as she has three items from the Blue Series, and two from the Alpine Series. She also oddly has three items from the Minimalist Series, which goes against her blue theme. She has a CD Player that plays K.K. Ska, and the Dotted Wall, as well as the Ranch Flooring.