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- This article is about a cranky cub villager from the Animal Crossing series. For the peppy rabbit vilager, see Gabi.
"Trouble never comes alone."
|Birthday||August 2nd (Leo)|
|Initial clothes|| Tiger Print (Animal Crossing)|
Lite Polka Tee (City Folk)
|Home request||A way below ground|
Lots of milk,
Three spoonfuls of sugar
|Favorite song||Agent K.K.|
|Appearances||AF, AF+, AC, AFe+, CF, NL, HHD|
|Regional names|| Vladimir|
"You know what I don't like? People talking about others behind their backs. Can you think of anyone else that does that, nyet?"Vladimir (ガビ, Gabi?) is a cranky cub villager from the Animal Crossing series. "Vladimir" is a traditional Russian name, and "nyet," Vladimir's catchphrase, is Russian for "no", referencing his cranky personality. He was absent in Wild World, but reappeared in City Folk and New Leaf. He appears on the album cover for K.K. Parade.
— Vladimir, City Folk
Vladimir is a pink bear cub with bubblegum pink-tipped paws and muzzle. He also has a scruff of blond hair and has a bucktooth. He looks somewhat like a bully. His eyebrows are thick. He initially wears a lite polka shirt and a gracie Tiger Shirt in Animal Crossing. He looks somewhat like a cub version of Dr. Shrunk, this could be also why he had not appeared in Wild World. In Animal Forest, Vladmir's fur is magenta, and his muzzle isn't light pink like in the later games, but he still has his other features such as his hair, face, and muzzle that are in later games.
|Below is a brief description of the cranky personality. For more information, click here.|
In City Folk, he has various items from the Construction Theme, like the handcart, jackhammer, and steam roller. He eventually starts collecting furniture from the Robot Series. His reel-to-reel player plays Agent K.K.It is probably a reference to the Russian stereotype of being spies. He has the chainlink fence as his wall, and, like most other cranky villager's walls and/or floors, Vladimir's floor is the sandlot floor, which you can only get from Sahara.