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- "Aloha, fellow creature of this wild spaceship we call the world!"
- — Faith, Animal Crossing
|Initial phrase|| サクッ(JP)|
|Initial clothes||Red Aloha Shirt|
| Islander fruit
Faith is a normal koala from the Animal Crossing series, who appears in Animal Crossing and Doubutsu no Mori e+ as an islander. She has not made any appearances since the latter game. Additionally, she is implied to have a desire to be famous, much like a peppy villager, according to her e-Reader card bio.
Her catchphrase, aloha, is the Hawaiian version of saying hello or goodbye. Her Japanese name is a reference to Koala's March, a brand of koala-shaped cookie snacks. Relating to this, her Japanese catchphrase likely comes from sakusaku, "crispy".
Faith is an orange koala with dark brown hair and a tan muzzle, and paw tips. She has rosy orange cheeks and a very large nose. She wears a yellow flower tucked behind her ear. Her initial shirt is the Red Aloha Shirt.
Below is a brief description of the normal personality. For more information, click here.
As a normal villager, Faith gets along with the player fairly easily. She is neutral in most situations, and will act almost as a caretaker towards the player. She will act sweet and mother-like to the player, and will rarely get mad when pushed or hit with a net. However, she still may get upset.
As an Islander, Faith has a food that she favors, as well as one she is allergic to. Her favorite fruit is coconuts, while she is allergic to pears. Feeding her the latter will reduce the likelihood of her dropping money bags. This makes Faith the only islander that does not require other fruit to be imported onto the island to provide Faith with her favorite.
In Animal Crossing, Faith's completed house has a playroom theme, though it only contains a wobelina when first seen. She will request from the player a Robo-Stereo, a Jack-in-the-Box, a Papa Bear, a Mama Bear, a Baby Bear, an Executive Toy, a Water Bird, and an Elephant Slide, plus the Playroom Rug and Playroom Wall.
Animal Crossing e-Reader Card
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