"Don’t build a better mousetrap."
|Birthday||October 17th (Libra)|
|Initial clothes||Sudbued Print|
|Favorite song||K.K. Folk|
|Appearances||AF, AF+, AC, AFe+, WW, CF, NL, HHD|
|Regional names|| Gruyère |
"Something stinks!"Limberg (らっきょ, Rakkyo?) is a cranky mouse villager in the Animal Crossing series. His name is a shortening of Limburger cheese, a type of cheese with a strong odor, which may reflect his appearance - rough and unshaven. The relation to cheese may be because he is a mouse. His pic quote, "Something stinks!," might also be a reference to this. His catchphrase, squinky, is a combination of the noise a mouse makes, squeak, and the word stinky. He appears on the album cover for Spring Blossoms.
— Picture quote, Animal Crossing: Wild World
Limberg is orange, with a pink blush on his cheeks and a gray 5 o'clock shadow. The inside of his ears are light blue. He has a black, diamond shaped nose and an orange tail with darker orange stripes on it. The way his eyes are squinted downwards hint at his cranky personality.
Below is a brief description of the cranky personality. For more information, click here.villagers, including the player. Despite this, he will learn to confide in the player, considering them his only friend. After you build a relationship with him he will not act as cranky towards you. He enjoys the usual hobbies, (normally fossil hunting) but mostly for relaxation and peace rather than competition. He will find it difficult to socialize with peppy and normal villagers, who he will criticize when talking to other villagers. He will get along with lazy and snooty villagers, as well as other cranky villagers, with whom he will share deeper conversations. He will, on occasion, annoy a normal villager, usually when being mean about something or someone.
Limberg's house is Japanese-themed, with items such as the Japanese Drum and the Exotic Screen. Limberg has the bamboo flooring and the stone wall as his choice of carpeting and wallpaper. His reel-to-reel plays K.K. Folk, which fits the Japanese theme of his house.