- This article is about the lazy horse villager from the Animal Crossing series. For the special character, see Sable.
"The horse doesn't pull the cart, the oats do."
|Birthday||October 5th (Libra)|
|Initial clothes|| Gaudy Sweater, |
Periwinkle Tee (NL)
|Home request||A sock shop for sock lovers|
|Skill||Playing old maid|
Lots of milk,
Three spoonfuls of sugar
|Favorite song||K.K. Waltz|
|Appearances||AF, AF+, AC, AFe+, WW, CF, NL, HHD|
|Regional names|| Martin |
"Got any snacks on you?"(サブレ, Sablé?) is a lazy horse villager. He appears in all games from the Animal Crossing series. His name could be a reference to either the Elmer Horse Collection, a company which makes horse figurines, or Elmer's Glue, which was once made from horses. His Japanese name can come from sablé, a french shortbread biscuit. His initial phrase, "tenderfoot," may relate to the cowboy ranch rank, where a tenderfoot is an inexperienced ranch man, or "cowboy." This may also be related to one of the Boy Scout ranks in American Scouts. His picture quote is referring to his lazy personality, because lazy villagers enjoy the consumption of food. He shares his picture quote with Drake, another villager in the series.
— Picture quote, Wild World
Elmer is a bay brown horse with a darker brown mane. He has a white stripe down his forehead that reaches his gray muzzle. Elmer has partially closed, lazy looking eyes with blue eyelids. This may make him be mistaken for a snooty villager. His initial clothing is the gaudy sweater. His overall appearance suites his personality.
|Below is a brief description of the lazy personality. For more information, click here.|
Elmer's house has an old-fashioned theme to it. It has two ranch couches and a ranch coffee table, a classic clock, a regal dresser, wardrobe and lamp, a haz-mat barrel and a phonograph that will play K.K. Waltz.
|City Folk||Animal Crossing: New Leaf|