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|service    = Player Character
 
|service    = Player Character
 
|birthday    = Varies
 
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The '''player''', also known as the '''villager''', '''playable character''', or '''boy/girl''', is a term used for the playable human character in the {{SER}}. The player may be either a boy or a girl; the differences in all games are largely cosmetic and with slight variations to some dialogue whenever the conversation becomes gender specific.  However, in {{NH}}, gender is instead referred to as 'style', and all villagers will refer to the player with they and them pronouns.
 
The '''player''', also known as the '''villager''', '''playable character''', or '''boy/girl''', is a term used for the playable human character in the {{SER}}. The player may be either a boy or a girl; the differences in all games are largely cosmetic and with slight variations to some dialogue whenever the conversation becomes gender specific.  However, in {{NH}}, gender is instead referred to as 'style', and all villagers will refer to the player with they and them pronouns.

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