Curly

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Curly
 
Japanese ハムカツ Korean 햄까스 Chinese 胜利
French Tirbou Italian Ricciolo Spanish Rufueto
German Oink Dutch Curly Russian Керли
Curly, an Animal Crossing villager.
Species Personality Gender
Pig Jock Male
Birthday July 26th Leo
Phrase nyoink
Clothes Green Bar Shirt*
Green-Bar Tee*
Saying Get fired up!
Main Games
Other Games


Curly is a jock, pig villager from the Animal Crossing series. His name comes from his curly tail. It is also possible his name is a reference to the Three Stooges, as his catchphrase is "nyoink", which could be based off Curly the Stooge's "nyuk nyuk nyuk" catchphrase.

Characteristics[edit]

Appearance[edit]

Curly DnM.png

Curly is a pink pig with red cheeks. The inside of his ears are blue and he has a curly tail.

Personality[edit]

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

Curly has a jock personality, which means he enjoys working out and talking about fitness. He will appear friendly and hospitable towards the player, and flirtatious towards female players, saying "The night is young...and so are we." He enjoys collecting fossils and may ask for one in return for a gift. In Animal Crossing: City Folk, Curly will sometimes say that he asked another villager what their favorite food is and received the answer 'pork pie'. Curly will scream "NOOOO" because he thinks the other villager wants to eat him.

Preferences[edit]

In Wild World[edit]

Picture
CurlyPicACWW.png Get fired up!
Favorite Clothing
Smallcheckmark.png Funky Smallxmark.png Cool



In City Folk[edit]

Favorites
Clothing Smallcheckmark.png Funky
Smallxmark.png Cool
Furniture Genre Retro/Dignified
Furniture Series Cabin
Furniture Color Red


In New Leaf[edit]

Picture
CurlyPicACNL.png Get fired up!
Biography
Siblings Middle triplet
Skill Cleaning plates
Goal Explorer
Fear Mummy Mask
Favorites
Clothing Smallcheckmark.png Basic
Smallxmark.png Ornate
Color Red
Coffee
Type Blue Mountain
Milk A little
Sugar 1 spoonful


In New Horizons[edit]

Photo
CurlyPicACNH.png Get fired up!
Favorites
Style Simple
Active
Color Yellow / Colorful


House[edit]

In Animal Crossing: Wild World, he has a Cabin Couch, Cabin Table, a Classic Bookcase, Pachira, and Caladium. K.K. Reggae is playing on his Tape Deck. When collecting furniture he will usually ask for red furniture.

In New Horizons[edit]

House of Curly NH Model.png
Nia blue upload.png
Style: No style
Items:
Wallpaper: Common Wall NH Icon.png Common Wall
Flooring: Wooden-Knot Flooring NH Icon.png Wooden-Knot Flooring
Music: K.K. Reggae

Other appearances[edit]

In Happy Home Designer[edit]

Happy Home Designer House Info
Curly
Type: Jock Pig
Client's Vision: A game designer studio
Required Items: Server, Computer Desk, Laptop
Favorite Song: K.K. Technopop
Favorite Saying: Get fired up!
CurlyHHDIcon.png

Card profiles[edit]

Animal Crossing e-Reader Card[edit]

Animal Crossing-e card
#090 Curly - Series 2
Gender: Male
Species: Pig
Clothes: green bar shirt
Sign: Leo
Phrase: nyoink
Password: UIJkyi78r%5uU7
UtWvr8vROaXZ38
Profile:
Animal Crossing-e 2-090 (Curly).jpg
MouseSpeciesIconSilhouette.png
089 Limberg Animal Crossing-e cards
#090 Curly
091 Lucy
PigSpeciesIconSilhouette.png

Animal Crossing amiibo Card[edit]

Animal Crossing amiibo card
#288 Curly - Series 3
Type: Pig
Star sign: Leo
Birthday: July 26th
Dice value: 5
Hand sign: Rock
288 Curly amiibo card NA.png
TigerSpeciesIconSilhouette.png
287 Claudia List of amiibo cards
#288 Curly
289 Boomer
PenguinSpeciesIconSilhouette.png

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Japanese ハムカツ
Hamu Katsu
Ham Cuts

Korean 햄까스
Hamkatsu
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German Oink Mimicking the sound a pig makes

European Spanish Rufueto -

European French Tirbou "Tirbouchon" is the expression given in French to describe the curly shape of a pig's tail

Italian Ricciolo "Curl", like in French is the word used to describe the tail of pigs