"I'm always watching you!"
— Picture quote, Wild World
Lobo (ブンジロウ,,Bunjirou?) is a crankywolfvillager from the Animal Crossing series. His initial phrase is based on the noise a wolf makes, a howl, which sounds like ah-rooooo. His name derives from the Spanish word for wolf, "lobo". So far, Lobo has appeared in every game up to date. Lobo appears on the cover of Lucky K.K.
Lobo is a dark blue, grayish wolf. He has white rings around his moon-lit yellow eyes, and his muzzle is a grayish white. His paws, feet, tail, and back of his head are all tipped white as well. The inside of his ears are white transitioning into yellow, then grayish, then black. His eyes look serious and his pupils are black with a tiny white sparkle. He initially wears the Checkered Shirt that is black and white in the traditional checkerboard square pattern. He has the look of an older wolf due to the wrinkles on his snout and often talks about retirement and young kids calling him old, this recurs most in Happy Home Designer. He resembles the lazycat, Moe, and another crankywolf, Wolfgang.
Below is a brief description of the cranky personality. For more information, click here.
Cranky villagers will usually appear in a grouchy or agitated mood, and are more difficult to befriend than other villager types. When talking to the player, cranky villagers tend to become angry if the player disagrees with them or refuses to do a favor. Like all cranky villagers, Lobo will be invested in his hobby and will often challenge the player to various competitions. He will easily get along with jock, snooty and other cranky villagers, and occasionally lazy and normal villagers as well. However, he will find it hard to socialize with peppy villagers, as they will seem overstimulated or immature. Lobo will also enjoy spreading rumors of other villagers.
Just because Lobo is a gruff wolf doesn't make him a bad dog. The fact of the matter is, his bark is much worse than his bite. And he's scared of bugs. Don't tell him you know, though. It would be embarrassing.