"Do as I say, not as I do."
|Initial clothes|| Cool Shirt |
Gumdrop Shirt (NL)
|Coffee||Blend,no milk,no sugar.|
|Appearances|| Animal Crossing: Wild World,|
Animal Crossing: City Folk,
Animal Crossing: New Leaf
|Regional names|| Mayra |
- "If you say anything stupid about bananas or monkeying around, I'll scream!"
- — Picture quote, Animal Crossing: Wild World
- "Maybe I'll slip that philosopher a few scallops later, puh-lease."
- — Elise, Animal Crossing: City Folk
Elise (モン子, Monko) is a snooty monkey villager from the Animal Crossing series. She, along with all the monkeys, was new in Animal Crossing: Wild World. Her catchphrase relates to her being snooty as "Puh-lease" is used when someone is thinking they are better then another, a normal thing for snooty villagers. She is one of few villagers who wears accessories.
Elise is a bright yellow and tan monkey. She has thick pink lips similarly to the fashion of Wendy O. Koopa from the Mario series. She also wears bright red glasses. She has a beauty mark on her chin, and the inside of her ears are aqua, along with her eyes. Her intital shirt is the Cool Shirt, a Gracie shirt.
Below is a brief description of the snooty personality. For more information, click here.
As a snooty villager, Elise will appear uptown, classy, and chic. With this, however, she will appear rude, belittling, and snobbish when talking to the player or other villagers in the town, usually criticizing their dress sense or fashion. When talking to the player enough times, she will befriend them but still remain subtly rude. As with all snooty villagers, she has an interest in clothes over other hobbies. She will have problems socializing with other villagers, usually lazy villagers by disagreeing with their choice of lifestyle or getting offended by a jock villager, who has questioned her physical fitness.
Her house has no particular theme. She has a cityscape wall, two lucky furniture items, a tanuki model and two lucky cats, as well as other sophisticated furniture. She has Neapolitan playing on a stereo.
- Elise used to dance in a Flamenco trio.