Lloid

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"Please let me know if there is any way this humble Gyroid may be of any further assistance."
— Lloid, Animal Crossing: City Folk
SpecialSpeciesIconSilhouette.png Lloid  
Lloid NH.png
Species Gender
Gyroid Male
Birthday August 28th Virgo
Role Assistant[nb 1]
Auctioneer[nb 2]
Payment taker[nb 3]
Tool lender[nb 4]
Main appearances
Other appearances
Name in other languages

Japanese ハニワくん
Korean 토용군
Italian Gironio
German Gyroid

Simplified Chinese 俑俑
French Gyroïde
Spanish Giroide
Dutch Unknown

Traditional Chinese 俑俑
Quebec French Gyroïde
Latin American Spanish Giroide
Russian Unknown

Lloid (known simply as Gyroid[nb 5] prior to City Folk) is a Gyroid in the Animal Crossing series introduced in Doubutsu no Mori. His name may be derived from the "roid" in Gyroid since "l" and "r" are pronounced the same in Japanese. It could also be a variation of "Lloyd", a common masculine name.

Appearances[edit]

Doubutsu no Mori, Animal Crossing, and Doubutsu no Mori e+[edit]

Gyroid PG.png
Artwork of a Gyroid from Animal Crossing

In Animal Crossing, a Gyroid appears outside of each player's house, and when spoken to, allows the player to save the game, store items, change the design on the house's door, or set a message for players visiting from another town. When storing an item, players can set it as display only, for sale for up to 99,999 Bells, or free to take for other players. If a message is set, it will be displayed to other players upon speaking to the Gyroid. In Doubutsu no Mori e+, the player can set a message to appear at a certain time of the day.

Animal Crossing: City Folk[edit]

Main article: Auction house
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Artwork of Lloid from Animal Crossing: City Folk

Lloid appears in Animal Crossing: City Folk in the auction house, located to the right of GracieGrace in the city. He allows the player to bid, deposit an item for bidding. He is also an alternative to storage space for those who do not have a storage unit called the checkroom; the checkroom, however, is accessible from a storage unit and vice-versa. Lloid allows the player to inquire about displays, bids, and the checkroom. One weekend he accepts displays to add, and on the next weekend he allows the player to bid on items. This feature is very similar to the "storage" feature of the original Gyroid in Animal Crossing. Displays were able to be added on the auction house by a registered friend over Wi-Fi (from their town).

Animal Crossing: New Leaf[edit]

Lloid reappears in Animal Crossing: New Leaf with a new function, and now serves at the construction site of a public works project, where he takes donations on the project. He also appears on Tortimer Island where he rents tools for the player to use. Lloid also appears when the player enters a dream, where he also gives free tools for the player to use.

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp[edit]

In Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, Lloid is the host and owner of Shovelstrike Quarry, a minigame that allows players to gain extra craft materials by agreeing to work for him. He also takes care of the player's garden on the campsite, teaching the player how to plant seeds, pollinate flowers and catch bugs that grow on the plants. He also sells seeds to the player or allows them to trade flowers for items.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons[edit]

In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Lloid appears on the island to collect donations whenever the player places a bridge or incline construction kit. After the funding goal is completed, Lloid will remain until the item is built the next day.

Other appearances[edit]

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U[edit]

Lloid appears in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U where he is used as the Villager's side special move, Lloid Rocket. He is also a collectible trophy.

Lloid SSB4 Trophy (Wii U).png #129 Lloid
NTSC-U: Gyroids are a common sight in the Animal Crossing series. In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, a Gyroid named Lloid dons a helmet and collects funds for public works. The Villager makes use of a rocket-powered Lloid for his side special. The farther he flies, the more powerful his attack will be!

PAL: Gyroids are a common sight in the Animal Crossing series. In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, a Gyroid named Lloid dons a helmet and collects funds for public works. The Villager makes use of a rocket-powered Lloid for his side special. The further he flies, the more damage he'll do when he crashes into someone!
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Lloid SSB4 Trophy (Wii U).png #129 Lloid
NTSC-U: Gyroids are a common sight in the Animal Crossing series. In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, a Gyroid named Lloid dons a helmet and collects funds for public works. The Villager makes use of a rocket-powered Lloid for his side special. The farther he flies, the more powerful his attack will be!

PAL: Gyroids are a common sight in the Animal Crossing series. In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, a Gyroid named Lloid dons a helmet and collects funds for public works. The Villager makes use of a rocket-powered Lloid for his side special. The further he flies, the more damage he'll do when he crashes into someone!
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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

Lloid reappears in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. In this time, beside Villager's Lloid Rocket, Isabelle uses Lloid as her down special move, Lloid Trap.

Spirits[edit]

Lloid CF.png Lloid
Primary Spirit
Type: Shield
Class:
Stats: Power: 1,087—5,442
Ability: Speed ↓
* Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
  • Battle via Spirit Board
  • Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G


Gallery[edit]

Artwork[edit]

Sprites and models[edit]

Screenshots[edit]

Trivia[edit]

  • In Animal Crossing, if the player uses glitches to warp to a test map, a differently-colored Gyroid can be seen. If the player attempts to talks to it, it will say nothing.
  • Lloid appears as a Token in the 2010 edition of Nintendo Monopoly, albeit under his former name of Gyroid.

Names in other languages[edit]

Japanese ハニワくん
Haniwa-kun
Haniwa[nb 6]

Korean 토용군
Toyong-gun

Simplified Chinese 俑俑[nb 7]
Yǒng Yong

German Gyroid

European Spanish Giroide From Gyroid

European French Gyroïde From Gyroid

Italian Gironio From Giroide, "Gyroid".

Notes[edit]

  1. In Animal Crossing
  2. In City Folk
  3. In New Leaf and New Horizons
  4. In New Leaf
  5. While Gyroid and Lloid have different names, they share the same Japanese name (ハニワくん, Haniwa-kun) in all games.
  6. The suffix -kun is an honorific term in Japanese that refers to a young male one is familiar with.
  7. Known as 看门俑 in Doubutsu no Mori