Aisle

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Type of Bear cub villager Aisle  
Artwork of Aisle the Bear cub
Species Personality Gender
Bear cub Lazy Male symbol.png Male
Star sign Capricorn Capricorn
Catchphrase "あーあ"
Clothing Blue Grid Shirt
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Aisle is a lazy bear cub villager in Doubutsu no Mori e+. He can only move to the player's town if his e-Reader card is scanned.

Characteristics[edit]

Appearance[edit]

Aisle is a blue cub with a white muzzle, white paws, and a brown nose. He has a patch of blonde hair on his head, and there is pink outlined by brown in his ears.

Personality[edit]

Below is a brief description of the lazy personality. For more information, click here.

Aisle has a lazy personality, which means he will love sleeping and eating. He may conflict with jock villagers, because of their lack of exercise. He will also conflict with normal villagers, due to them leading on in a conversation about them making dinner for themselves.

Villager information[edit]

In Doubutsu no Mori e+[edit]

Species Personality Catchphrase
Bear cub Lazy あーあ
Default clothing Blue Grid Shirt PG Model.png Blue Grid Shirt
Default umbrella Gelato Umbrella PG Model.png Gelato Umbrella
Star sign (DnMe+) Capricorn Capricorn
Smallcheckmark.png Favorite style (DnMe+) Cool
Smallxmark.png Least favorite style (DnMe+) Gaudy
Live song gift (DnMe+) Lucky K.K.

House[edit]

In Doubutsu no Mori e+[edit]

In Doubutsu no Mori e+, Aisle's house features the same furniture layout as Ace's.

PG Exterior 1 Green.png
House of Aisle DnMe+.png
Items:
 Migratory Locust  Spotted Ladybug
 Dice Stereo  Spaceman Sam
 Large Char  Mini Sputnoid
 Large Bass  Campfire
 Mini Dinkoid  Pale Chub
 Koi  Eel
 Executive Toy  Catfish
 Evening Cicada  Bee
Wall:  Old Brick Wall
Floor:  Tartan Rug
Music: Lucky K.K.

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Japanese アイル
Airu
Aisle. Can be translated too as Ire or Éire, from the Japanese word for Ireland ("Airurando").