"The best is yet to come."
|Birthday||June 2nd (Gemini)|
|Initial clothes||Natty Tee|
|Home request||A creepy dollhouse|
|Favorite song||Comrade K.K.|
|Appearances||AF, AF+, AC, AFe+, WW, CF, NL, HHD|
|Regional names|| Lucie |
"This picture entitles you to one free smile!"
— Picture quote, Wild World
"Yay! I got candy, snoooink!"Lucy (ルーシー, Rūshī?) is a normal pig villager from the Animal Crossing series. Her initial catchphrase, snoooink, is based off of her species, because of the sound pigs make, oink. She appears on the album cover for K.K. Aria.
— Lucy, Animal Crossing
AppearanceLucy is a pale white pig with pink hooves, with brown bangs and a rosy pink blush on her cheeks. She is initially wearing a Natty Shirt. She has a small brown fringe and has shiny black eyes with two black mascaraed eyelashes. In Animal Forest, Lucy has a pink mouth and two pink blush marks on her cheeks, nothing else has changed.
|Below is a brief description of the normal personality. For more information, click here.|
In Animal Forest and Animal Forest +, Lucy's house is very Japanese in style, with furniture such as the Pine Bonsai, the Poderosa Bonsai, the Japanese Screen with a desk behind and a Ranch Chair, and a Space Heater, along with one Mega Tootoid. The wallpaper is the Tea Room Wall and the flooring is the Planked Tamami. There is no stereo, therefore, no music is playing.
In Animal Crossing and Animal Forest e+, Lucy's has the theme of a typical backyard lawn during summer. Her choice of flooring and wallpaper are both the Backyard Carpet and the Backyard Wall, as well as some pieces from the Backyard Theme including the picnic table, pool, hammock, birdhouse, bug zapper, Mrs. Flamingo, Mr. Flamingo, along with a Red Boombox that plays Aloha K.K.
In Wild World and City Folk. Lucy's house is very European in style, with pieces varying with a piano, a sewing machine, two birdcages, one large table, and an odd clock. She has the Shanty Wall as her wallpaper and the Classic Carpet as her flooring. She plays Comrade K.K. if she has a stereo.