"Don't stray too far from the pack."
|Birthday||December 14th (Sagittarius)|
|Initial phrase||uff da|
|Initial clothes||Deer Shirt|
|Home request||A pro chef's kitchen|
A little bit of milk,
One spoonful of sugar
|Style||Rock 'n' roll|
|Favorite song||Rockin' K.K.|
|Appearances||AF, AF+, AC, AFe+, CF, NL, HHD|
|Regional names|| Luppa |
"Having lots of hair is a big responsibility. Like owning a pet that sits on your head."Freya (ツンドラ, Tsundra?) is a snooty wolf villager from the Animal Crossing series. Her name comes from the Norse goddess of beauty, Freyja. Her catchphrase, "uff da," is a Norwegian exclamation that is an equivalent of the English "Oh my," "That's too bad" and "Oh no." It can be used to express concern. Freya was absent from Wild World, but reappeared in the subsequent games. She was the only female wolf until Animal Forest e+, where Vivian was introduced.
— Freya, Animal Crossing: New Leaf
Freya is a light pink wolf with chalky, sky blue eyeshadow. She wears mascara, but no blush like many other female villagers. The inside of her ears are white to a transitioning blue also. When her eyes are open, they strike you with dark chocolate pupils with a slight, scarlet red spark. Her muzzle is creamy white and her paws, feet, and tail are slightly tipped white as well. Her China Tee that she wears matches her pastel pink appearance. In Animal Crossing she wears a Deer Tee.
|Below is a brief description of the snooty personality. For more information, click here.|
In all games except Animal Crossing: New Leaf , Freya's house has a dominant gamer theme, she has items such as a Pinball Machine, a Dartboard, and a Pool Table. Rockin' K.K. will play in her house if she obtains a stereo.
In Animal Crossing: New Leaf her house is more rock-themed. She has a few items from the Modern Series, such as the Modern Table, which she displays a laptop on top of. She also has a CD Shelf, and a Kitschy Clock. Her High-End Stereo plays Rockin' K.K. Her flooring is the Checkered Tile, and her wallpaper is the Sleek Wall.
Freya is living proof that a wolf can be pretty in pink. And this feminine canine has a sniffer that can't be stopped. When her neighbors cook up a hearty stew, they can always count on a visit from their pink friend Freya.
"My mama and daddy were gray wolves, so when I came out people were surprised. I'm used to it all these years later (not that I'm old, I'm quite young yet). I'm thinking of dyeing it a wee tad darker. What do you think?"