“Do you want my autograph, too?”
― Picture quote, Wild World
Twiggy (ピーチク,Pīchiku?) is a peppybirdvillager who appears in all games from the Animal Crossing series . Her name probably came from the fact that birds use twigs to build their nests. Twiggy can be spotted on the cover of City Folk. Her Japanese name is the Japanese version of "chirp" or "tweet". Her initial catchphrase is a reference to the sounds birds make. In her family tree, she is the second of six kids. Her Japanese name could possibly reference the Pokémon Pikachu.
Twiggy is a yellow bird strongly resembling a canary with light blue cheeks, green at the edge of her wings, and a green and blue tail. Her feet and beak are orange with green stripes. She has beady black eyes, and her eyebrows slant down, making her appear constantly angry. Twiggy initially wears the barber shirt, which is striped blue, red, and white, like a barber's pole.
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Peppy villagers appear to be in a good mood often, and are easy to become friends with. As a peppy villager, Twiggy will have the tendency to over-react in conversations about trivial subjects, and will usually be over-excited to see the player or other villagers. This villager, like other peppy villagers, will rarely be discouraged from doing anything, including the usual hobbies. Peppy villagers dream of becoming famous in the future and read Ms. Nintendique, an unseen magazine read by snooty, normal, and other peppy villagers in the Animal Crossing Series. Peppy villagers will also have a very short attention span, which means they soon forget some arguments or tasks given to the player which were not completed. Twiggy may easily get upset in conversation when wrong things are said. She will get along well with other villagers, particularly the lazy, normal, jock, uchi, other peppy villagers, but she may annoy and upset cranky and snooty villagers, whose personalities differ. Due to the nature of peppy villagers, she may mention how "old" or "boring" cranky villagers are compared to her opposing, upbeat personality.
Something about Twiggy's bright plumage just makes people feel cheery -which is appropiate, because Twiggy is one of the cheeriest birds you'll ever meet. Nothing gets this gal down, not even rain on a weekend.