Charlise

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"Actions speak louder than words."
— Charlise, Animal Crossing: New Leaf
Charlise
Charlise NL.png
"Actions speak louder than words."
Species Personality Gender
Bear Peppy*
Uchi*
Female
Birthday AriesApril 17
Initial phrase "urgh"
Initial clothes Red aloha shirt*
Red warmup suit*
Skill Hitting snooze
Goal archaeologist
Favorite style Sports
Favorite song "Mr. K.K."
Appearances Doubutsu no Mori e+,
Animal Crossing: New Leaf

Charlise (チャーミー, Chārmī, Charmy) is a bear villager with a peppy personality from the Animal Crossing series. She first appeared in Doubutsu no Mori e+ as an islander, then re-appeared in Animal Crossing: New Leaf as an uchi villager. Her name originates from the French/Portuguese word "charme", which means charm.

Appearance[edit]

Charlise is a dark green bear with brown hair. She has yellow blush marks on her cheeks and half closed eyes. Her initial shirt is the Red Aloha Shirt. She is an Islander. However, when she returns in New Leaf, she wears a red warmup shirt, which in New Leaf, she is a villager instead.

Personality[edit]

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

Charlise is a peppy bear, meaning she is energetic, a short attention span, and an active imagination. She will often say "like" and when she's describing something Charlise will often use "SOOO" and "totally." Charlise might be the center of jokes with snooty and cranky characters.

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

Charlise returns in New Leaf as an uchi bear. She acts as a big sister and considers herself a tomboy. Due to this, she may appear competitive and bossy, although she is also caring for the villager.

House[edit]

Charlise's house contains Sports items and items from the Construction theme. She has the Sports floor and the Garden Wall. She also has a yellow butterfly. Her stereo plays "Mr. K.K.".

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish Charo -
French Zabou -
German Tabea -
Italian Orsola Ursula


 
     
 
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