"Time is money."
|Birthday||August 12th (Leo)|
|Initial clothes|| Turnip Top (CF) |
Corseted Shirt (NL)
|Home request||An alpine homage|
None at all,
None at all
|Favorite song||K.K. Milonga|
|Appearances||CF, NL, HHD|
|Regional names|| Déborah |
"Hey! Stop following me!"
— Gloria, City Folk
"Well, you can't dance flamenco without any flamenco music,(player's name)."Gloria (スワンソン, Swanson?) is a snooty duck villager in the Animal Crossing series, a new character that first appeared in City Folk. Both her Japanese and English name refer to Gloria Swanson, a famous actress and singer who was well-known in silent films. Her catchphrase is "quacker", a play on the sound that ducks make. She appears on the album cover for K.K. Adventure.
— Gloria, New Leaf
|Below is a brief description of the snooty personality. For more information, click here.|
Below is a brief description of the snooty personality. For more information, click here.As a snooty villager, Gloria will first appear rude and arrogant towards the player, often talking about herself and her own experiences. She also speaks about the style and appearance of other villagers, usually other female villagers such as normal, peppy, and other snooty villagers. She will soon warm up to the player, confining in them about their own feelings but still keeping subtly rude. She will find it hard to get along with other villagers, specifically lazy and jock villagers who have conflicting lifestyles of her own. She may get along with cranky villagers, who also enjoy gossiping about the appearance and lifestyles of others. Like peppy villagers, she also mentions reading a magazine called Ms. Nintendique, an unseen magazine featuring in Wild World and City Folk.
HouseGloria has the ebony piano and a red armchair in her house. She has the Cityscape wall and the red tile. If you give her a stereo, it will play K.K. Blues. In New Leaf, she has the rococo series, and K.K. Milonga playing on her retro stereo.
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