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"If you want to know yourself better, ask your neighbors."
— Curlos, Animal Crossing: New Leaf
Curlos NLa.png
Species Personality Gender
Sheep Cranky (Animal Forest e+)
Smug (New Leaf)
Birthday May 8th
Star sign Taurus Taurus
Initial phrase ベイビー
Initial clothes Blue Aloha Shirt*
Reggae Tee*
Favorite Saying If you want to know yourself better, ask your neighbors.
Main Appearances
Other Appearances

Curlos is a sheep villager in the Animal Crossing series who made his first appearance in Doubutsu no Mori e+ as a cranky islander. He later returned in Animal Crossing: New Leaf as a villager, now under the smug personality.



Curlos DnMe+.png

Curlos is a brown sheep with a yellow face and bronze horns with yellow stripes. His hooves are marked with a mocha color. Curlos also supports a curly mouth and black eyes with thick, black eyebrows.


Curlos originally appeared in Doubutsu no Mori e+ as a cranky islander. He later reappeared in Animal Crossing: New Leaf as a smug villager.

In Doubutsu no Mori e+[edit]

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

In Doubutsu no Mori e+, Curlos has a cranky personality, and will act rude, belittling, and easily angered towards the player. Despite this, if the player manages to befriend Curlos, he will act much nicer, considering them his only friend.

In Animal Crossing: New Leaf[edit]

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

In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, Curlos is a smug villager, being very confident and sure of himself, a large contrast from his previous personality. He rarely doubts the choices that he makes and is eager to share his life with his friends. Curlos is approachable and friendly, often visiting the player's house and asking for the player to come over. He can be seen around town with a shovel or fishing pole. He makes friends easily with the player and other villagers, especially snooty villagers, due to common interests.


In New Leaf[edit]

CurlosPicACNL.png "If you want to know yourself better, ask your neighbors"
Siblings Eldest Quadruplet
Skill Calculating Tips
Goal Actor
Fear Wolves
Clothing Smallcheckmark.png Rock 'n' Roll
Smallxmark.png Flashy
Color Yellow
Type Kilimanjaro
Milk Lots of milk
Sugar 3 spoonfuls
Ideal Gifts for Curlos – Yellow Rock 'n' Roll Items
Name Price Available From
Bingo Wheel 2,400 Timmy & Tommy's
Cement Mixer 1,600 Timmy & Tommy's
Steamroller 4,500 Timmy & Tommy's
Striped Cone 800 Timmy & Tommy's
Wet-Road Sign 850 Timmy & Tommy's
Circuit Tank 5,120 GracieGrace (Fall)
Fish Tee 380 Ables (All)
Jagged Tank 280 Ables (Summer)
Jagged Tee 360 (All)
Leopard Tank 280 Ables (Summer)
More Yellow Items More Rock 'n' Roll Items


In Doubutsu no Mori e+[edit]

Initially, Curlos’ house lacks any furniture. He will request from the player the same items that Bud would request, except for different wallpaper and flooring.

In New Leaf[edit]

Style: No style
Default Furniture: Flat Screen TV, Simple Love Seat, Lady Palm, Foosball Table, Pine Table, Poinsetta, Electric Kettle, Gold Stereo, Drilloid, Tall Timpanoid
Default Wallpaper: Red Tile
Default Floor: Ceramic Tile
Default Music: K.K. Samba
House of Curlos NL.jpg

Other Appearances[edit]

In Happy Home Designer[edit]

Happy Home Designer House Info
Type: Sheep
Client's Vision: A Toy Day celebration.
Required Items: Table with cloth
Single rose
Holiday candle
Favorite Song: -
Favorite Saying: If you want to know yourself better, ask your neighbors.

Card profiles[edit]

Animal Crossing amiibo card
#271 Curlos - Series 3
Type: Sheep
Star sign: Taurus
Birthday: May 8th
Dice value: 4
Hand sign: Paper
271 Curlos amiibo card NA.png
270 Rooney List of amiibo cards
#271 Curlos
272 Skye



Sprites and Models[edit]


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish Carnerio Derived from "carnero", Spanish for "ram"
French Tonton French for uncle, affective connotation. May come from tond, meaning shear
German Locke German for "curl"