"Be yourself - everyone else is already taken."
|Birthday||June 28th (Cancer)|
|Initial clothes|| Blue Aloha Shirt (AFe+)|
|Home request||A photography studio|
The regular amount of milk,
Two spoonfuls of sugar
|Favorite song||Comrade K.K.|
|Appearances||AFe+, NL, HHD|
|Regional names|| Moktar |
Kidd (やさお, Yasao?) is a smug goat from the Animal Crossing series. His first appearance was in Animal Forest e+, where he was a lazy islander. He later reappears in Animal Crossing: New Leaf, as a smug villager. His name comes from the offspring of goats, known as "kids".
AppearanceKidd is a purple goat with brown hair and half opened eyes with dark indigo eyelids. He has pink inside his ears. His initial clothing is the Blue Aloha Shirt. In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, he wears a waistcoat.
Animal Forest e+
Below is a brief description of the lazy personality. For more information, click here.
Kidd is a lazy islander, which means he will enjoy sleeping and napping. He will not get along with jocks due to their love of exercise and he will not get along with snooty villagers because he doesn't care about his physical appearance. Cranky villagers will admire his laid-back lifestyle. He will get along with peppy, normal and other lazy villagers.
Animal Crossing: New Leaf
Below is a brief description of the smug personality. For more information, click here.
Kidd has a smug personality in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. This means he will appear kind and gentlemanly when in conversation with the player. On numerous occasions, he will flirt with the player and admire them. Kidd will occasionally talk about being into niche hobbies, like being a train fanatic or collecting plastic bottle caps. He will be very interested in fashion and will mention it often in conversations and letters.
In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, Kidd has the common wall. He has a sloppy table and many appliances. These appliances include a refrigerator, sink, oven, fan, washer & dryer, and an ironing set. He has a clothesline pole next to the washer & dryer. On his hi-fi stereo he has K.K. Steppe playing.