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- "One horse against the world."
- — Filly, Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer
|Initial clothes|| Sunset Top*|
|Favorite Saying||One horse against the world|
Filly is a normal horse villager, introduced in Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer as one of the two new villagers in the game, as part of a crossover between Animal Crossing series and 7-Eleven. Her name and appearance is modelled after a superhero and she is the fifth superhero-themed villager to be introduced, after Kid Cat, Agent S, Big Top, and Rocket. Filly later returns as a special villager in Animal Crossing: New Leaf - Welcome amiibo, where her RV can be invited to the Campground via the Wi-Fi option while at a participating 7-11 from November 4th, 2016 to January 5th, 2017 and from March 2nd, 2018 to May 6th, 2018  (Albeit exclusive to Japan). Her furniture can be ordered, but she cannot live in the player's town. She shares this distinction with Holden.
Filly is a yellow horse with small, shiny bead eyes with three eyelashes each. She has wide white stripes on her limbs, with smaller, black stripes around them. She wears a yellow helmet with a red visor, with the number 7 on it, also in red. Her hooves are dark brown, and the insides of her ears are pink. Due to licensing issues, none of the 7-Eleven items have been released outside of Japan. As a result, Filly's initial clothes are different in all localized versions of the game, in which it is changed to the sunset top.
Below is a brief description of the normal personality. For more information, click here. Filly is a normal villager, acting sweet, kind, and motherly to the player and other villagers.
Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer
Filly is currently being released as additional DLC for Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer, being available since the 21st of October at Nintendo Zones. A SpotPass distribution is yet to be announced.
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Names in other languages
|Japanese||7ごう7 Gou||Japanese for "Number 7" as a codename.|