"It takes two to tango."
|Birthday||August 25th (Virgo)|
|Initial clothes||Rainbow Tee|
|Home request||A dairy farm|
|Skill||Staying up late|
|Coffee|| Blue Mountain,|
None at all,
None at all
|Favorite song||Soulful K.K.|
|Appearances||WW, CF, NL, HHD|
|Regional names|| Valé |
"I know you'll treasure this forever."Tipper (まきば, Makiba?) is a snooty cow villager in the Animal Crossing series series. Her name is derived from "cow tipping", which means to sneak up to a sleeping, upright cow and push ("tip") them over for fun. This also relates to her catchphrase "pushy." She first appeared in Wild World, and appeared in every game since. She appears on the album cover for K.K. Flamenco.
— Picture quote, Wild World
Tipper is a friesian cow who is white with a large black patch over her right eye and never appears to have her eyes fully open. She has long eyelashes and wears mascara, like most of the snooty villagers. She has yellow on the tip of her hooves and has yellow horns. The inside of her ears are light blue. Her initial shirt is the rainbow shirt. Her color scheme is similar to Belle, a peppy cow in the early games.
Below is a brief description of the snooty personality. For more information, click here.
Tipper is a snooty villager, therefore she likes to be rude to the character. She will have an interest in love and will talk about her boyfriends. She usually will befriend you eventually once you talk to her a lot. She may tell the player she wanted to be a actress but she was not courageous enough. Tipper also enjoys bug catching, too. She will get along with cranky and other snooty who share similar aspects.
Tipper has no specific theme in her house. In City Folk, her original items are a kitchen sink, antique clock, white cosmos, cream sofa, classic bed, classic bookcase, and two bovoids, one tall and the other is a mega bovoid, which make a loud mooing noise (which reflect on her species). She has a phonograph which plays Soulful K.K.
In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, her house has more of a kitchen/bathroom theme, with household appliances such as the sewing machine, washing machine, bath tub and bathroom sink. Her phonograph is now replaced by a record player. She also has some of the minimalist series, a moth orchid and ebony piano.