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ElephantSpeciesIconSilhouette.png Elina  
Elina PG.png
Species Personality Gender
Elephant Emotion Encouraging NH Icon cropped.png Peppy Female
Star sign Cancer Cancer
Catchphrase "shrimp"
Clothing Red Aloha Shirt
Main appearances
Other appearances
Name in other languages
Phrase in other languages

Elina is a peppy elephant islander in the Animal Crossing series who appears in Animal Crossing and Doubutsu no Mori e+.



Elina is an orange elephant who has a purple flower in her hair. She has dark brown hair on her head and the tip of her tail. She has green eyes and wears green eyeshadow. The tip of her trunk and hooves are light orange. In the Japanese version, she also has a red dot on her forehead that resembles a bindi, a dot worn by many South Asian women, especially Hindus, for whom elephants are of great religious importance. Elina also has a half-smiling mouth on the left side of her face, like many other elephants.


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

Elina is a peppy villager, appearing energetic and unusually excited when seeing the player and most other villagers. Like all peppy villagers, she also appears childish and immature, saying stereotypical "girly" words such as "totally", "sooo" and "like", as in "This is, like, cool!" However, Elina is also excessively kind, usually asking the player for items they want. Though Elina enjoys the usual hobbies, She may tell the player that she is looking for a particular item, such as a bug, that may look nice in her home. She gets along well with other villagers, particularly the lazy, normal, big sister, smug and other peppy villagers, but she has the tendency to annoy and upset cranky and snooty villagers, who are known to appear older and more mature than other villagers. Due to the honest nature of peppy villagers, Elina may mention how "old" or "boring" they are, in contrast to her energetic, upbeat personality. Elina, like other peppy villagers, easily gets upset in conversation when it is not going her way, but will forget ever having the conversation due to her short attention span.

Villager information[edit]

In Animal Crossing[edit]

As an islander in Animal Crossing, Elina has a favorite fruit and one she is allergic to. She is allergic to Apples and loves Pears, meaning giving her the former reduces the likelihood of her dropping Bells, and giving her the latter increases the likelihood of her dropping Bells.


Species Personality Catchphrase
Elephant Peppy shrimp
Default clothing Red Aloha Shirt PG Model.png Red Aloha Shirt
Default umbrella Lotus Parasol PG Model.png Lotus Parasol
Star sign (DnMe+) Cancer Cancer
Smallcheckmark.png Favorite fruit Pear PG Sprite.png Pear
Smallxmark.png Allergic fruit Apple PG Sprite.png Apple
Smallcheckmark.png Favorite style (DnMe+) Refined
Smallxmark.png Least favorite style (DnMe+) Cute
Live song gift (DnMe+) K.K. Safari


In Animal Crossing[edit]

As an islander, Elina's house in Animal Crossing will begin with only one item, and she will request specific items for the player give to her, which she will place in her house. They are the same items that Violet requests, except for different wallpaper and flooring.

Exterior of Elina's house in Animal Crossing
Interior of Elina's house in Animal Crossing
Wallpaper: Lattice Wall PG.png Lattice Wall
Floor: Fancy Carpet PG.png Fancy Carpet
Music: No music

Card profiles[edit]

Animal Crossing e-Reader card[edit]

Animal Crossing e-Reader card
Card back
Animal Crossing-e 2-072 (Elina - Back).jpg
#072 Elina - Series 2
Gender: Female
Clothes: Red Aloha Shirt
Sign: Cancer
Phrase: shrimp
Password: rcuQWPCcK97ewl
It's hard to tell if Elina is trying to be motherly, grandmotherly, or just bossy and big-sisterly, but there's one thing for sure–she's not afraid to tell you where you've gone wrong.
Animal Crossing-e 2-072 (Elina).jpg
071 Eloise Animal Crossing e-Reader cards
#072 Elina
073 Eunice


Names in other languages[edit]

Japanese ビンディ
A red mark worn by many South Asian women, especially Hindus and, for whom elephants are of great religious importance, Jains.

German Elena -

European Spanish Elina -

European French Fanfan -

Italian Ellie From elefante, "elephant."

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