Hornsby

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Hornsby
 
Japanese みつお Korean 뿌람 Chinese 光雄
French Cornio Italian Rino Spanish Rino
German Rüdiger Dutch Hornsby Russian Хорнсби
Hornsby, an Animal Crossing villager.
Species Personality Gender
Rhino Lazy Male
Birthday March 20th Pisces
Phrase schnozzle
Clothes Chevron Shirt
Saying You can't hit a mosquito with a horseshoe.
Main Games
Other Games


Hornsby is a lazy, rhino villager from the Animal Crossing series. His name is a play on the horn on his head. Although his files from Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer can be found, Hornsby is absent from that game.

Characteristics[edit]

Appearance[edit]

Hornsby DnM.png

Hornsby is a blue rhino with yellow horns and pink ears with smaller black insides. Hornsby also has black eyes pointing in opposite directions, which appear to be pointing to his back when viewed to the side. On the back of Hornsby's head is dark blue stripes. Oddly, Hornsby's artwork for Animal Crossing depicts him with his eyes half-closed, despite them being fully open in-game. This is corrected in his Welcome amiibo artwork.

Personality[edit]

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

Hornsby is a lazy villager, meaning he enjoys sleeping and eating. Cranky villagers will admire his laid-back lifestyle. He will not get along with jock villagers, due to their love of exercise. He will be very friendly and will not get mad at the player often, making him easily to befriend.

Preferences[edit]

In New Leaf[edit]

Picture
HornsbyPicACNL.png You can't hit a mosquito with a horseshoe.
Biography
Siblings Youngest of 3
Skill Bunting
Goal Artist
Fear Monster
Favorites
Clothing Smallcheckmark.png Basic
Smallxmark.png Ornate
Color Brown
Coffee
Type Blend
Milk Little bit
Sugar 1


In New Horizons[edit]

Photo
HornsbyPicACNH.png You can't hit a mosquito with a horseshoe.
Favorites
Style Simple
Color Green / Brown


House[edit]

In Animal Crossing, Hornsby plays "Aloha K.K." on his Reel-to-Reel. His house also contains some clothing, some plants, and furniture from the Exotic Series.

In New Leaf, if he has a stereo in his house, it will instead play K.K. Lament.

In New Horizons[edit]

House of Hornsby NH Model.png
Nia blue upload.png
Style: No style
Items:
Wallpaper: Dirt-Clod Wall NH Icon.png Dirt-Clod Wall
Flooring: Rush Tatami NH Icon.png Rush Tatami
Music: K.K. Lament

Card profiles[edit]

Animal Crossing e-Reader Card[edit]

Animal Crossing-e card
#165 Hornsby - Series 3
Gender: Male
Species: Rhino
Clothes: Chevron Shirt
Sign: Pisces
Phrase: schnozzle
Password: KYGyni3IvpsYvH
l7vyrTqn7xWMdk
Profile:
Animal Crossing-e 3-165 (Hornsby).jpg
BearSpeciesIconSilhouette.png
164 Maple Animal Crossing-e cards
#165 Hornsby
166 Cesar
GorillaSpeciesIconSilhouette.png

Welcome amiibo card[edit]

Animal Crossing: New Leaf - Welcome amiibo card
#6 Hornsby
Furniture
Dirt-Clod Wall HHD Icon.png
Dirt-Clod Wall
Old Board Floor HHD Icon.png
Old Board Floor
Basic Trash Can HHD Icon.png
Basic Trash Can
New.gif
Futon Mattress HHD Icon.png
Futon Mattress
New.gif
Minifridge HHD Icon.png
Minifridge
New.gif
Ramen Cup HHD Icon.png
Ramen Cup
New.gif
Record Box HHD Icon.png
Record Box
New.gif
Stacked Magazines HHD Icon.png
Stacked Magazines
New.gif
Strapped Books HHD Icon.png
Strapped Books
New.gif

Trash Bags HHD Icon.png
Trash Bags
New.gif

006 Hornsby NL amiibo card NA.png
ElephantSpeciesIconSilhouette.png
5 Paolo List of amiibo cards
#6 Hornsby
7 Stella
SheepSpeciesIconSilhouette.png

Gallery[edit]

Artwork[edit]

Sprites and models[edit]

Miscellaneous[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Japanese みつお
Mitsuo
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Korean 뿌람
Ppuram
-

Simplified Chinese 光雄 (iQue)
guāng xióng

German Rüdiger -

European Spanish Rino -

European French Cornio From the word corniaud which refers to a mongrel, or stupid dog. Pun on the French word corne which means animal horn.

Italian Rino From rinoceronte, "rhino".