The Animal Crossing Wiki is a collaborative encyclopedia for everything related to the Animal Crossing series. There are 1,698 articles and growing since this wiki was founded in August 2005. The wiki format allows anyone to create or edit any article, so we can all work together to create a comprehensive database for the Animal Crossing series.
To send a letter, the player must first obtain some stationery. Stationary can be purchased from Tom Nook's store, be given to the player from villagers, be found in the dump, or found in lost property. The player can send letters to the following addressees: villagers in the player's town, other characters in the player's town, the Faraway Museum in Animal Crossing, and the player's future self.
As a lazy villager, Filbert will be easy to get along with due to his laid back and calm lifestyle. Like all lazy villagers, he shares an interest in food, relaxing, being calm, and resting.(Read more...)
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May 1st • Clyde the horse and Don Resetti
May 17th • Gayle the alligator
- April 14th, 2016
Nintendo has released a commemorative video to celebrate 15 years of the Animal Crossing series!
- March 1st, 2016
We've updated the wiki to match the spring weather. Enjoy all of the fun events that come around this time of year!
- January 1st, 2016
Happy new year! Let's keep our fingers crossed for plenty of news related to the Animal Crossing series.
- Kapp'n and his family are based off of Kappas, Japanese water demons with a love for cucumbers. The player will often hear Kapp'n referring to cucumbers during his sea-shanties on the way to the Island.
- In Animal Crossing, the program that is viewed on the television depends on which TV the player owns, not the current time.
- Gulliver often makes references to video games and other characters outside of the Animal Crossing series.
- Frogs do not use umbrellas in the rain.
- The Lovely Phone can be used as an alternative for listening to a fortune instead of visiting the Fortune Shop.
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