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"The sky's the limit!"
— Kody, Animal Crossing: New Leaf
Kody NL.png
"The sky's the limit!"
"Drop and give me twenty!"
Species Personality Gender
Cub Jock Male
Birthday {{{sign}}}September 28th
Initial phrase "okey-dokey*"
"grah grah*"
Initial clothes Far-Out Shirt*
Orange Check Shirt*
Racer Tee*
Appearances Dōbutsu no Mori,
Dōbutsu no Mori +,
Animal Crossing,
Dōbutsu no Mori e+,
Animal Crossing: Wild World,
Animal Crossing: City Folk,
Animal Crossing: New Leaf

Kody (アイダホ, Idaho) is a jock, cub villager in the Animal Crossing series. He has appeared in every game so far. His name is based off the kodiak bear.


Kody is a light blue bear with a dark blue spot on the northeastern side of his face. His paws and tail are tipped with white. His eyelids and inner ears are pale pink. His initial clothing is the far-out shirt. He has a similar appearance with a cub named Bluebear. Although he looks like a lazy villager, he is a jock.


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

He has a jock personality, which means he will have a keen interest in sport and fitness making him appear competitive, and in some cases rude when talking to other villagers, usually criticizing their fitness. He will appear slow-witted and absent-minded when talking about deep, meaningful things. He will get along well with peppy villagers who are the female equivalent to him, but get confused by the choice of lifestyle followed by lazy villagers, who appear opposite to the jock personality. He may offend and upset snooty and cranky villagers.


Kody's house has an exotic rug and Egyptian wallpaper. It also contains a moon, as well as a few fish, a Japanese drum, two totem poles, and two gyroids. His stereo plays "K.K. Country." If he gains a bed, it will be from the Exotic series. In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, he has a western themed house with tumbleweeds and a desert floor.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish Orestes History: greek hero
French Bill Derived from William, a given name meaning "will and protection"

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