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|Initial phrase||dearie NA |
|Initial clothes||Shearling Coat|
|Favorite Saying||The first step is always the hardest.|
Fauna is a normal deer villager in the Animal Crossing series. She is a new character in Animal Crossing: New Leaf and is one of the first villagers announced for the release of the game. Her name is a pun on "fawn", meaning a young deer. More specifically, it may be a reference to mythical fauns, which are half-deer, half human creatures in mythology. Her initial catchphrase is a pun on "deer". Similarly, her Japanese catchphrase is a pun on desu ka, a question sentence ending, and shika, meaning deer.
- 1 Characteristics
- 2 Preferences
- 3 House
- 4 Other appearances
- 5 Card Profiles
- 6 Gallery
- 7 Names in other languages
Fauna is a brown deer with orange accents on her face and limbs. She has red spots for her cheeks, and bright-pink coloring on the insides of her ears. She has multiple light-brown spots on the back of her head. Her hooves are yellow as well.
Below is a brief description of the normal personality. For more information, click here.
Fauna has a normal personality, so she will act shy, but caring toward the player. She will get along well with villagers of any personality type. She will have hygiene concerns, represented when the player visits her house, and she will state her embarrassment at the supposedly unclean appearance of her home. She will mention her interest in reading and the various books she reads. She also will enjoy writing and receiving letters.
In New Leaf
Her house is somewhat retro-themed, but has furniture from a variety of series, themes and sets. Items include a Tea Set, a Radiator, some Dandelions, a Classic Bed, and a Retro Stereo that plays K.K. Stroll.
In Happy Home Designer
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In Pocket Camp
Animal Crossing amiibo Card
|Animal Crossing amiibo card|
Sprites & Models
Animal Crossing: New Horizons
(Nintendo Direct September 2019)
Names in other languages
|From solfège, a method for learning musical scales; may also be a play on "doe", meaning a female deer.|
|French||Bibi||From biche, meaning hind|
|Italian||Cervina||From cervo, "deer", and the diminutive female suffix -ina. It could be roughly translated as "little female deer".|
Pocket Camp villagers