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- "It's amazing how little I remember, hopper."
- — Huck, Animal Crossing
|Initial phrase|| とかー(JP)|
|Initial clothes||Melon Gingham|
|Favorite song||I Love You|
|Appearances|| Doubutsu no Mori,|
Doubutsu no Mori+,
Doubutsu no Mori e+,
Animal Crossing: New Leaf (update)
Huck (ストロー, Sutorō, Straw) is a frog villager from the Animal Crossing series. In the original games, he was a Lazy villager. He was absent from Animal Crossing: Wild World, Animal Crossing: City Folk and Animal Crossing: New Leaf originally, but made a return in Animal Crossing: New Leaf's Welcome amiibo Update, where his personality was changed to a smug villager.
Huck is a gray frog. He has a crooked smile and a nose resembling a wart. He has yellow spots on both of his cheeks and his eyes are half closed with blue eyelids, emphasizing his former lazy personality. His initial outfit is the Melon Gingham.
Below is a brief description of the lazy personality. For more information, click here.
(this only applies for the original Animal Crossing games)
As a lazy villager, Huck has a laid back lifestyle. His main hobbies will involve food and napping, and he will often talk about this to the player. He may mention how sleepy he is, or how he would enjoy a particular type of food, for example. He will appear friendly and hospitable towards the player, enjoying their company.
Below is a brief description of the smug personality. For more information, click here.
With the smug personality, Huck may act like a gentleman with a polite and refined demeanor. He can perform some dances to show off his mood. He gets along usually with most villagers. Although he is generally kind, he can appear conceited.
In Animal Crossing: New Leaf - Welcome amiibo, his house/RV has a break room theme with a vending machine, a coffee machine, a table and chairs. If his house has a stereo, it will now play I Love You.
Huck's home in Animal Crossing
Names in other languages
|Spanish||Ricardo||Spanish equivalent of the name "Richard," meaning "brave power"|
|French||Bajoue||"Cheek" for an animal|
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