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This article is about the goat villager. For the penguin villager with a similar name, see Iggly.
Japanese オトマツ Korean N/A Chinese N/A
French Cabri Italian Caprice Spanish Montés
German Georg Dutch N/A Russian N/A
Iggy PG.png
Species Personality Gender
Goat Jock Male
Star sign Capricorn Capricorn
Phrase paaally
Clothes White Ring Shirt
Saying 栄枯盛衰
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Iggy is a jock, goat villager from the Animal Crossing series, who only appears in Animal Crossing.



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Iggy is a blue goat with a white mustache and eyebrows. His eyes are very wide, which become bloodshot when surprised. Since he has a big white mustache, he looks like a cranky villager (cranky villagers are adults). In Doubutsu no Mori, Iggy's eyes have red outlines, and his bloodshot eyes are more emphasized.


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

Iggy has a jock personality, which means he enjoys exercising. This is often surprising due to his elderly appearance. As with all jocks, he will get along with normal and peppy villagers. However, he will have trouble maintaining friendships with lazy animals, who have the opposite lifestyle and snooty villagers.


His House is styled in an old-fashioned and traditional way with tatami mats and 2 sets of Yoroi armor, and 2 bonsai in the corner. K.K. Folk plays on an old gramophone.

Card Profiles[edit]

Animal Crossing e-Reader Card[edit]

Animal Crossing-e card
#102 Iggy - Series 2
Gender: Male
Species: Goat
Clothes: white ring shirt
Sign: Capricorn
Phrase: paaaly
Password: q%clLE2KMPr2@a
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101 Boots Animal Crossing-e cards
#102 Iggy
103 Tybalt


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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese オトマツ
Spanish Montés -
French Cabri Cabri is the French word for the kid of a goat
German Georg -
Italian Caprice From capra, "goat".