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|Initial clothes||Rose shirt|
|Appearances||AF, AF+, AC, AFe+|
"Must have been out too late, huh?"Valise (エプロン, Apron?) is a snooty kangaroo villager from the Animal Crossing series. Her name, "valise," is a word that means a small piece of luggage, which may relate to her carrying her joey in her pouch."Valise" also means suitcase in French.
— Valise, Animal Crossing
She is a gray kangaroo with white paws and tip on her tail. She wears pink eyeliner, and her initial item of clothing is the rose shirt. Valise has a black nose. She also has pink inside her ears. At first glance, you may believe she is a normal villager. Despite this, her joey gives a snooty look. In Animal Forest, Valise's skin is a light blue color, instead of a grey color.
Below is a brief description of the snooty personality. For more information, click here.Valise will be a bit snobby, but can be nice occasionally depending on her relationship with the player. She appears uptown and classy, and she will worry about her physical appearance and sense of style. She, like other snooties, are usually found relying on other villagers, including the player, to compliment her appearance. She will not get along with lazy and jock villagers, who have conflicting lifestyles with her own - lazy do not worry so much about their appearance or fashion statements, and jock villagers often subtly criticize other villager's fitness, both of which are the main concerns of the snooty personality. She will get along well with cranky villagers however, as that is their male counter-part and they'll have similar personalities.
Valise has a mix of Classic and Regal furniture with items such as the Classic Bed and along with two Regal lamps, She also has a Lady Palm, a cello, along with three paintings along with a Phonograph that plays K.K. Étude.