“Always keep your wings manicured so you can fly away!”
― Robin, Wild World
Robin (パーチク,Pāchiku?) is a snootybirdvillager in the Animal Crossing series, appearing in all of the games. Her name comes from the type of bird she is, a robin. Her catchphrase, la-di-da, comes from a verbal interpretation of singing, an activity birds perform on a regular basis. Her phrase, "la-di-da", is because she might be mistaken of a normal villager, or a peppy villager.
Robin, like her name, is a robin, with a red jawline, a tuft of light blue hair and a white abdomen. Robin has a big yellow beak, and her initial shirt is the Kiwi shirt. Robin also has navy blue over her eyes. She is somewhat similar in appearance to another bird, Jay. The tips of her wings fade from dark blue, to light blue, to white. She wears no makeup, which gives the impression that she is a boy, and can be mistaken for a normal or peppy villager.
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Robin has a snooty personality, which means she loves make-up and gossiping. As a snooty villager, Robin will first appear rude and arrogant towards the player, often talking about herself and her own experiences. She also speaks about the style and appearance of other villagers, usually other female villagers such as normal, peppy, and other snooty villagers. She will soon warm up to the player, confining in them about their own feelings but still keeping subtly rude. Robin will not get along with lazy villagers due to them not caring about their appearance or the lazy villagers hating what she eats, and she won't get along with jockvillagers because they will question her on her physical appearance and they won't worry about fashion. However, she will get along with cranky villagers due to their similar rude personalities, and usually normal villagers as well.
Her house has a living room theme, made of mostly brown colored items; she is also noted to have more birdcages than any other villager, having three in the Animal Crossing, two initially in Wild World and City Folk, but only one in New Leaf. Robin has K.K. Bossa playing on a turntable in every main game she has appeared in.