"Might makes right."
|Birthday||October 7th (Libra)|
|Initial phrase||hot dog|
|Initial clothes||Racer Tee|
|Home request||A secret research lab|
|Coffee|| Blue Mountain,|
A little bit of milk,
One spoonful of sugar
|Appearances||AF, AF+, AC, AFe+, NL, HHD|
|Regional names|| Porken|
Cobb (ハカセ Hakase?) is a jock pig villager from the Animal Crossing series. His name comes from corn on the cob, and may also reference how pigs eat corn and his catchphrase refers to the common express "Hot dog!" to express excitement or eagerness, but could also refer to the meat hot dog, which can be pork or beef. Although he was absent from Wild World and City Folk, Cobb returns in Animal Crossing: New Leaf.
Cobb is slime-green pig with a darker shade of green on the right side on the top along with his ear, with both have magenta and hot pink in the inside of both, and on the back of his head, he has an X-shaped band-aid and has round glasses with black frames and yellow lenses. He also has slightly pink tipped hands and feet, which match with his tipped hands and feet. When he moves into town, he wears a Racer Shirt.
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From Animal Forest to Animal Forest e+, Cobb's house somewhat resembles a museum or a professor's laboratory with a wide variety of Fossils such as: a Dinosaur Track, a Ammonite, a Ankylosaurus, and a Giant Snakehead. He has two gyroids on either side of the fish tank, (the gyroids being a Tall Quazoid and a Slim Nebuloid). His wallpaper is the Library Wallpaper and his flooring is the Checkered Tile.
In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, Cobb's house retains the style of a scientist's laboratory with pieces from the Mad Scientist Theme including the Medicine Chest and the Lab Bench along with two Cardboard Boxes, one with a Tape Deck that plays Pondering and a Table Lamp. Other items include an Oil Barrel, a Anatomical Model, and a Whiteboard. He still retains the Library Wallpaper along with the Concrete Floor as his choice of wallpaper and flooring.