"It's always a good hare day."
|Initial phrase||wee one|
|Initial clothes||Blue Check Shirt|
|Coffee|| Blue Mountain,|
Lots of milk,
Three spoonfuls of sugar
|Favorite song||K.K. Technopop|
|Appearances|| Animal Forest,|
Dōbutsu no Mori +,
Dōbutsu no Mori e+,
Animal Crossing: Wild World,
Animal Crossing: City Folk,
Animal Crossing: New Leaf
|Regional names|| Katia |
- "Hop to it, wee one!"
- — Picture quote, Animal Crossing: Wild World
- "I ate WAY too much, and now I feel SUPER full and totally lame. Tonight, it's coffee for dinner!"
- — Dotty, Animal Crossing: City Folk
Dotty (マーサ, Martha?) is a peppy rabbit villager in the Animal Crossing series. Her name relates to her large, circled eyes and area of her ears, though it could also be a reference to the word "dotty", meaning just a little bit crazy, as a reference to her personality.
Dotty is a black and white Dutch Rabbit with tall ears that are turquoise inside and has a smile by default along with round eyes that go red when she is surprised or shocked. Her paws are white (known as "white socks") while her arms are black and her stomach and legs are nearly white, with grey marks on her legs. She initially wears a Blue Check Shirt when she first moves into town.
Below is a brief description of the peppy personality. For more information, click here.
As a peppy villager, she will always appear to be in a good mood. She will get along with other villagers including the player, making it easy to befriend her and gain her picture in Animal Crossing: Wild World. She will enjoy the usual hobbies, and may ask the player for bugs or fish that she finds cute. She will easily get upset, but due to a short attention span she will forget ever having the conversation. Like all peppy villagers, she dreams of becoming famous in the future and reads Ms. Nintendique, an unseen magazine read by all female villagers in Animal Crossing: Wild World. She also has an unseen friend called Moppina, which is popular with peppy and normal villagers. She will get on well with normal, lazy, jock and other peppy villagers, but may annoy snooty and cranky villagers with her upbeat and bouncy personality. She is a little bit gullible and often accuses you of using black magic to make your room bigger then starts screaming loudly.
In Animal Forest and Animal Forest +, Dotty's house has a mixture of furniture from the Construction Theme and the Space Theme, including Space Station and the Traffic Cone. There is one Gyroid, which is the Mini Spuntoid and a Tape Deck that plays K.K. Technopop. The Wallpaper is the Western Vista and the flooring Tropical Floor.
From 'Animal Crossing' to 'Dōbutsu no Mori e+', her house has the Tropical Vista (wall) and Tropical Floor. The Moai statues decorate the center of the house and in the corners, she has a toilet and alarm clock. Her Tape Deck will play Aloha K.K., giving off a Hawaiian theme.
In 'Animal Crossing: Wild World' and 'Animal Crossing: City Folk', Dotty's house has a Space Theme, but also includes the Desert Vista (wall) and Saharah's Desert (floor). Her decor consists of three Spaceman Sams, a Lunar Rover, and a Space Station. She listens to K.K. Technopop on her stereo and has one gyroid - the Tall Sproid.
In New Leaf, Dotty's house contains a mixmatch of modern and glossy, with furniture such as the Modern Bed and a couple of pieces from the Sleek Series, such as the table that has a stereo on top that plays K.K. Technopop, lamp, and the side table. Other furniture pieces include the Shower Stall, a Pachira, Cream Sofa, a dresser, and a concert light. She has the Stripe Wall and the Sleek Carpet as her choice of flooring and wallpaper.
E-Reader Card Info
- Dotty and Ellie share the same catchphrase.
- Depending on the emotion she uses, Dotty's irises will turn red.