Bunny Day

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Bunny Day
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Occurs Random Sunday in March or April (equivalent date of Easter Sunday in the real world)
Special characters Zipper T.
Appearances Animal Crossing: City Folk,
Animal Crossing: New Leaf


Bunny Day is a Spring event which is the Animal Crossing series equivalent of Easter Sunday. It was introduced in Animal Crossing: City Folk and returns in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. It has a different date per year, but always falls on a Sunday. Zipper T. hosts the event outside the Town Hall. It is the only time of year players are able to obtain the Egg Series of furniture. To receive more items from Pavé from a later event next year (without time travel), players should save extra candy that is found from this holiday.


Events[edit]

A Bunny Token
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Keeping to the idea of Easter, the Bunny Day event revolves around an Easter Egg Hunting competition. 30 Easter eggs are hidden around the town, which can be opened to reveal either candy (18) or a Bunny token (12). Zipper will exchange one Bunny foil per item of furniture from the Egg Series. The villagers around town will not get involved in the events, but will talk about Zipper and finding mysterious eggs buried around the town. Each character gets his or her own set of eggs.

Recurrence
  • 23rd March 2008
  • 12th April 2009
  • 4th April 2010
  • 24th April 2011
  • 8th April 2012
  • 31st March 2013
  • 20th April 2014
  • 5th April 2015
  • 27th March 2016


In New Leaf[edit]

In New Leaf, Zipper. T will ask players to find eggs of all kinds. There are 6 kinds of eggs.

  • Tree egg: Can be found by shaking trees.
  • Earth egg: Can be found by digging them up from the ground. They appear as cracks, like fossils.
  • Stone egg: Can be found by destroying rocks.
  • Sky egg: Can be found hanging on balloons floating around.
  • Water egg: Can be found by fishing.
  • Deep-sea egg: Can be found by diving.

If a player brings all 6 eggs to him, the player will obtain an egg basket. Players will no longer be able to give Zipper eggs. The player has to eat the eggs to get either candy, a prize ticket, or a grand prize ticket. He will accept prize tickets in return for items of the egg series. If any players get the grand prize ticket, they can exchange the grand prize ticket in return for a pic of Zipper. Prize tickets and grand prize tickets cannot be sold; however, candy can be sold for 100 Bells each.

Some people have recorded that if all rocks which contain stone eggs are not all destroyed by the end of the day, then the rocks will turn into regular unbreakable rocks, however, this is uncommon. Solutions, such as time-travelling to the day after the event, opening the game, and exiting without saving, have been mentioned.

The Egg Series[edit]

Furniture from the Egg Series

In Animal Crossing: City Folk[edit]

Zipper. T will give players one of the following items from the Egg Series each time they give him a Bunny Token:

  • Egg Bed
  • Egg Bench
  • Egg Chair
  • Egg Clock
  • Egg Dresser
  • Egg Lamp
  • Egg Stereo
  • Egg Table
  • Egg Toy Set
  • Egg Wardrobe
  • Egg Wall
  • Egg Floor

In Animal Crossing: New Leaf[edit]

Zipper will exchange prize tickets for Egg Series furniture, the Egg Series in Animal Crossing: New Leaf is slightly different from the Egg Series in Animal Crossing: Let's go to the City/Animal Crossing: City Folk, as now the egg TV can be obtained randomly from Zipper after giving him a winning ticket and if the player finds a grand-prize ticket they can obtain a pic of Zipper.

  • Egg Bed
  • Egg Bench
  • Egg Chair
  • Egg Clock
  • Egg Dresser
  • Egg Lamp
  • Egg Stereo
  • Egg Table
  • Egg Toy Set
  • Egg TV
  • Egg Wardrobe
  • Egg Wall
  • Egg Floor
Zipper T. in front of the Town Hall.

 
     
 
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