The Animal Crossing Wiki is a collaborative encyclopedia for everything related to the Animal Crossing series. There are 1,703 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...)
Downloadable content (better known as DLC) are items that were distributed by Nintendo or that were received during special events. Animal Crossing: New Leaf took advantage of distributed items that could be downloaded to the Nintendo 3DS using SpotPass, which downloaded content to the console when the game was switched on or left in stand-by mode.
From June 21st to June 30th, 2015, North American users received a connection error when trying to access local WiFi DLC. Starting July 1st, Pelly or Phyllis informed the player that the content servers were no longer accessible. Downloadable content is still, however, being distrubed in Japan.
The kokeshi doll was available from the Post Office in Animal Crossing: New Leaf from November 8th, 2015 to November 14th, 2015 in Japan only. To download the item, they player had to speak to Pelly or Phyllis with SpotPass activated.
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February 1st • Bill the duck and Rover
February 16th • Anabelle the anteater
- December 25th, 2015
Merry Christmas and happy holidays on behalf of everyone at the Animal Crossing Wiki!
- September 25th, 2015
Happy Home Designer has been released in North America!
- September 1st, 2015
The wiki has been updated to match the autumn season!
- August 15th, 2015
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- 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.
- The Reset Surveillance Center is the only Public Works Project that does not receive a welcoming ceremony after being completed.
- 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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