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"Don't have a cow."
|Birthday||May 20th (Taurus)|
|Initial clothes|| Yellow Pinstripe (AC), |
Hanten Shirt (NL)
|Home request||A fire-filled hot spot|
|Skill||Pretending to sleep|
|Favorite song||K.K. Steppe|
|Appearances||AF, AF+, AC, AFe+, NL, HHD|
|Regional names|| Steakos |
T-Bone (ボルシチ, Borushichi?) is a cranky (formerly lazy) bull villager from the Animal Crossing series. He is named after the cut of beef, t-bones. His Japanese name is the name of a Ukrainian dish, borscht, which sometimes uses beef or beef bone as stock. His catchphrase, moocher, is a pun, as a moocher is someone who asks by begging, while mooing is a bovine's call. He appears on the album cover for To the Edge.
AppearanceT-Bone is a navy gray with yellow horns. He has a dark grey-blue markings around his muzzle. He has brownish hair on his head. The inside of his ears are pink, his horns yellow, and he also has white tips on the ends of his hooves. He initially wears the Yellow Pinstripe in Animal Crossing and the Hanten Shirt in New Leaf.
T-Bone is a lazy villager in Animal Crossing and Animal Forest e+. Because he is a lazy villager, that means that he is extremely laid-back, and a food lover. He will get along with normal and peppy villagers, but he will not get along with jock villagers due to their conflicting lifestyle. He will also not get along with snooty villagers due to the fact that he does not care about his appearance. Cranky villagers will admire his laid-back lifestyle.
In New Leaf
In New Leaf, T-Bone is a cranky villager. That means he will be mean and rude to the player at first but as the player becomes friends with him, he will warm up. He will admire lazy villagers laid-back lifestyle, and will get along with snooty villagers (cranky villagers' female counterparts), due to similar rude personalities.
In New Leaf, he has an outdated Russian house theme. He has a matryoshka, phonograph playing K.K. Steppe, a fireplace, a classic bed and sofa, a rococo dresser, and a plush carpet.