Daisy Mae

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SpecialSpeciesIconSilhouette.png Daisy Mae boc
Daisy Mae NH.png
Species Gender
Boar Female
Birthday March 30th Aries
Role Selling turnips
Main appearances
Other appearances
Name in other languages
 Daisy Mae
"Turnips to turn a profit."
— Daisy Mae, Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Daisy Mae is a boar who debuted in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. She sells turnips to the player, taking over the role established by Joan, her grandmother, in previous games.



Daisy Mae wears a blue dress with a red bow and a white hood, with similar pound-sign patterns to Joan's work pants. She also has a drip of blue mucus running from her nose. She has black eyes with large red cheeks and a basket with turnips on her head.


In New Horizons[edit]

Daisy Mae in New Horizons.

Daisy Mae visits the player's island every Sunday, arriving at 5 AM and leaving at 12 PM. She sometimes indirectly mentions her grandmother, Joan, who she refers to as "Gram-Gram." If the following requirements have been met, Daisy Mae will mail the player 3 Bamboo Shoots the next day after any turnip purchase:

  • Buy turnips from her on 3 different weeks.
  • Buy an aggregate total of at least 100 turnips.

With the 2.0 Free Update, Daisy Mae also mails the player one of the following cooking recipes after they have purchased some turnips:

In Pocket Camp[edit]

Daisy Mae in Pocket Camp.

Daisy Mae is a guest character in Pocket Camp. She hosted the Daisy Mae's Pickin' Patch.

Other appearances[edit]

In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]



Daisy Mae

Daisy Mae

Category Support Spirit
Class Novice (★)
Slot cost 1 (⬢)
Ability Lip's Stick Equipped
Acquisition Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Animal Crossing Spirits! Yes, Yes!"; available normally once obtained or since July 21, 2020)
Battle information
Enemy fighters
  • Blue Villager
  • Clear Peach
  • Type Neutral
    Power 1,900
    Stage Town and City
    Rules N/A
  • Defeat the main fighter to win
  • The enemy favors down air attacks
  • The enemy is invisible
  • Music Tour - Animal Crossing: New Leaf

    Villager information[edit]

    In Happy Home Paradise[edit]

    In Animal Crossing: New Horizons – Happy Home Paradise, Daisy Mae will share a house with Joan.

    Daisy Mae
    Client's vision Vacation-Home Concept
    Unlocked items

    Card profiles[edit]

    amiibo card[edit]

    414 Daisy Mae amiibo card NA.png

    Card back

    Amiibo card back.png

    #414 Daisy Mae - Series 5
    Star sign: Aries
    Birthday: March 30



    • According to the official companion guide for New Horizons by Future Press, Daisy Mae has a bad habit of eating turnips rather than selling them, much to Joan's dismay.
      • Despite this, it is revealed in Happy Home Paradise that Joan expresses amusement at Daisy Mae enjoying eating turnips, and even if going overboard with turnip meals, Daisy Mae can seemingly never have enough.
    • Daisy Mae's birthday was said to be May 5th in the companion guide, and this was also included in the game's internal parameters. Since Version 1.1.0, this was changed to March 30th, which is the date on her amiibo card. Wilbur's birthday was also changed.
    • One of Isabelle's quotes when asked about island evaluation, relayed from Daisy Mae, suggests that she took over Joan's role due to her weakening knees.

    Names in other languages[edit]

    Japanese ウリ
    From ウリ坊 uri-bō (wild boar piglet) and 売り uri (stock sale).

    Korean 무파니
    무 meaning radish and 파니 coming from 파다 meaning "to sell."

    Simplified Chinese
    Traditional Chinese
    曹卖 / 曹賣
    Cáo Mài
    From 卖 mài (to sell) and the surname 曹 Cáo, consistent with Joan's Chinese name.

    Russian Дейзи-Мей
    Phonetic transcription of her English name.

    Dutch Daisy Mae Same as English name.

    German Jorna -

    European Spanish Juliana A nod to Joan's Spanish name, Juana.

    European French Porcelette From porcelet (piglet), and a nod to Joan's French name, Porcella.

    Italian Brunella From bruno (brunet) and ravanello (turnip), and a nod to Joan's Italian name, Nella.

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