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A stereotype is a feature of villager speech in City Folk. Similar to rumors in Animal Crossing: New Leaf, villagers will start to talk to the player about how players from other towns and other player characters on the same console dress or act. The stereotype usually has something to do with what they do or what they wear. For example, "[player] seems so nice, he/she seems like such a [stereotype]!" Villagers will hold stereotypes to people from other towns. They will also start to talk about other villagers to the player.
If they get to know the player better, they will remark on the things that they do as well. For example, "[player name] is really great! He/she is such a [hobby]! I'm really glad I met that crazy kid from [Town Name]!"
List of Stereotypes
Each stereotype is either from an activity that the player does a lot, or from what they wear.
|Witchlette||wearing Witch clothing|
|Bell-pincher||holding many Bells or a slingshot|
|Angelface||Wearing a Halo|
|Bridezilla||Wearing Bride clothing|
|Party Peep||Interacting with villagers frequently|
|Broke Joker||Having a low amount of Bells|
|Fishing Fan||Frequently fishing|
|Flyswatter||Frequently catching bugs|
|Bloom Bud/Flower Girl||Frequently watering flowers|
|Average Joe||Frequently trading with villagers|
|Parasol Girl||Using umbrellas often|
|Tree Shaker||Shaking trees frequently|
|Early Bird||Playing early in the day|
|Raindrop||Playing while raining|
|World Traveler||Time traveling frequently|
|Pro Listener||Interacting with villagers frequently|
|Bell Hoarder||Large number of Bells in the bank|