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[[File:Incline_ACNH.png|The icon for inclines in {{NH|short}}|right]]
 
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The player begins the game with no inclines on their island. In the meantime, the player would need to use a [[Ladder]].  
 
The player begins the game with no inclines on their island. In the meantime, the player would need to use a [[Ladder]].  
After [[Resident Services]] is upgraded from a tent to a building, the player may talk to [[Tom Nook]] and decide to purchase inclines for the island. A maximum of eight inclines can be built on a single island. Additionally, inclines can be demolished for a fee a 10,000 Bells.
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After [[Resident Services]] is upgraded from a tent to a building, the player may talk to [[Tom Nook]] and decide to purchase inclines for the island. A maximum of eight inclines can be built on a single island. Additionally, inclines can be demolished for a fee of 10,000 Bells.
  
 
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Revision as of 13:43, May 20, 2020

A common ramp

Inclines, also known as ramps are a type of geography that appear in all Animal Crossing series games, except in Animal Crossing: Wild World, as the town is only one level, hence no cliffs or ramps. As its name implies, it connects the higher and lower parts of town. It is a vertical piece of land, usually covered in grass. Due to a ramp's steep slope, however, sport balls and snowballs are difficult to transport uphill since both easily roll down the ramp.

In Animal Crossing

Each town has two ramps, one on each side of town. Occasionally, a town can have four ramps.

In City Folk


In New Leaf

In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, ramps connect the town and the beach, and can be on the same side of town. In Animal Crossing: New Leaf - Welcome amiibo, a new sideways-facing type of ramp is added. It appears on either the eastern or western side of town (the cliff side), and leads to the Campground, which is a major new addition run by Harvey.

In New Horizons

The player begins the game with no inclines on their island. In the meantime, the player would need to use a Ladder. After Resident Services is upgraded from a tent to a building, the player may talk to Tom Nook and decide to purchase inclines for the island. A maximum of eight inclines can be built on a single island. Additionally, inclines can be demolished for a fee of 10,000 Bells.

Name Cost
Natural ramp 98,000 Bells
Blue-plank ramp 128,000 Bells
White-plank ramp 128,000 Bells
Log staircase 168,000 Bells
Stone staircase 168,000 Bells
Brick staircase 198,000 Bells
Blue steel staircase 228,000 Bells
Red steel staircase 228,000 Bells
Geography
Land
AcresBeachCanyonCliffGrassInclineIsletTreeRock
Water
BayLakePondRiverSeaWaterfall
Locations
Town (Main StreetCampground)CityAnimal IslandTortimer IslandHarv's IslandMystery Islands
Phenomena
AuroraEnvironmentGlowing SpotGrass DeteriorationMoney RockWeather (Tan)
Category