This article is about a goat named Nan, for the normal monkey villager, see Nana
|Initial Clothes|| citrus gingham|
straw shirt (NL)
| Picture Quote|
|Coffee|| Blue Mountain,|
|Appearance(s)|| Dōbutsu no Mori e+,|
Animal Crossing: Wild World,
Animal Crossing: City Folk,
Animal Crossing: New Leaf
Nan (スミ, Sumi) is a normal goat villager who first appeared in Dōbutsu no Mori e+. Her name may be a shortened form of "nanny", a word for a female goat, and her catchphrase, "kid", could relate to a baby goat, which is called a kid. Her picture quote also has a play on words, Nanny Nanny boo boo is the skipping song, or in some cases a way of taunting - she uses it because an adult female goat is called a Nanny goat.
AppearanceNan is a black goat with pale-pink freckles on her cheek. She initially wears a citrus gingham. She has pink inside her ears and orange and yellow-striped horns on her head. Her hooves are tipped pink, the same color as the inside of her ears.
Below is a brief description of the normal personality. For more information, click here.
Nan is a normal villager. She will sometimes become very interested in clothes after staying for a while. She is sweet to players and is usually in a good mood, but if you do not go to your house on time when you invite Nan over in Wild World, she will be angry with you. She will be obsessed with cleanliness, and will act sweet and hospitable to the player. She is friendly with peppy villagers and lazy villagers. Snooty villagers will make her cry and be confused. Cranky villagers will also upset her. She also has an obssesion with bugs.
In Nan's house, you will find some items from the Blue Series, a T.V., a classic bed, and a lamp. She has a library wall and a checkered floor. She also has Steep Hill playing in her stereo. In Dōbutsu no Mori e+, Nan has Savannah's style, only that she has used the Library Wall and the Checkered Tile for her choice of Wallpaper and Flooring. In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, Nan's house is rather posh. K.K. Étude is playing on her Retro Stereo.