October

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Jack, the czar and host of Halloween.

October is the tenth month of the year. It is the second month of fall in the Northern Hemisphere, in which both the grass and trees deteriorate from green to yellow, with more critters leaving after this month. It is also the second month of spring in the Southern Hemisphere, in which the first few days of October has every hardwood tree transform their leaves into cherry blossom petals, eventually shattering around October 7.

Halloween is a notable event in the Animal Crossing series this month, although this holiday is not in Wild World. October 31 is the only opportunity each year to see Jack. Candy is sold throughout the month in preparation for Halloween.

Events in October[edit]

Event Dates (In 2021 when applicable) Games Description
Harvest Moon Festival Depends (Not within this month) Animal Crossing
City Folk
New Leaf
New Horizons
A event that is celebrated on the 15th day of the eight lunar month, representing traditional Asian culture.
Cherry Blossom Season October 1 to 10 (Southern Hemisphere) New Horizons Every hardwood tree transform into cherry-blossom trees, eventually shattering their cherry blossom petals across the town/island. Players can catch these cherry blossom petals for DIY projects.
Flea Market Wild World:
October 2
City Folk:
October 24
Wild World
City Folk
Villagers will sell their furniture items to the player, and they can purchase furniture items from the player.
Fishing Tourney Wild World:
October 24
City Folk/New Leaf/New Horizons:
October 9
Wild World
City Folk
New Leaf
New Horizons
A Fishing competition hosted by either Tortimer, Chip, or C.J..
Acorn Festival October 4 to 10 Wild World Cornimer will be outside Town Hall, exchanging Mushroom furniture for acorns.
Explorer's Day September 13 Animal Crossing
City Folk
New Leaf
Coinciding with the real-life Columbus Day, the player will receive gifts related to exploration.
Mushroom Season October 15 to 25 Animal Crossing The player can collect mushrooms around the town to sell for extra bells.
Halloween October 31 Animal Crossing
City Folk
New Leaf
New Horizons
Hosted by Jack, the holiday consists of the player trick-or-treating with their villagers.

Birthdays[edit]

Villagers[edit]

1st

Raymond
Raymond

1st

Boyd
Boyd

2nd

Diva
Diva

3rd

Big Top
Big Top

4th

Goose
Goose

5th

Elmer
Elmer

6th

Tex
Tex

6th

Bitty
Bitty

7th

Cobb
Cobb

8th

Kiki
Kiki

9th

Drift
Drift

10th

Benedict
Benedict

11th

Kitt
Kitt

12th

Lyman
Lyman

12th

Plucky
Plucky

13th

Chops
Chops

13th

Gonzo
Gonzo

14th

Egbert
Egbert

15th

Hippeux
Hippeux

15th

Bea
Bea

16th

Friga
Friga

17th

Limberg
Limberg

18th

Al
Al

19th

Clay
Clay

20th

Antonio
Antonio

21st

Timbra
Timbra

21st

Sandy
Sandy

22nd

Sylvana
Sylvana

23rd

Groucho
Groucho

24th

Broffina
Broffina

24th

Snooty
Snooty

25th

Portia
Portia

26th

Eugene
Eugene

27th

Jambette
Jambette

28th

Gaston
Gaston

29th

Rodeo
Rodeo

30th

Wade
Wade

Special characters[edit]

2nd

Orville
Orville

10th

Franklin
Franklin

15th

Brewster
Brewster

18th

Redd
Redd

22nd

Katie
Katie

28th

Katrina
Katrina

31st

Label
Label

31st

Jack
Jack

Possible birthdays[edit]

  • Flossie - a day in September 23rd - October 22nd (Libra)
  • Hank - a day in September 23rd - October 22nd (Libra)
  • Sue E - a day in September 23rd - October 22nd (Libra)
  • Tiara - a day in October 23rd - November 21st (Scorpio)

List of critters in October[edit]

Fish[edit]

Bugs[edit]

Sea creatures[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Asian languages using numbers instead of month's name.

Russian Октябрь
Oktyabr`
October

Dutch Oktober October

German Oktober October

European Spanish Octubre October

European French Octobre October

Italian Ottobre October