Lottie

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"Let's get you in a new house today!"
— Lottie, Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer
Lottie
 
Japanese タクミ Korean 솜이 Chinese 巧美
French Lou Italian Casimira Spanish Nuria
German Karlotta Dutch Lottie Russian Lotti
Lottie AF.png
Lottie as she appears in Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival.
Species Gender
Otter Female
Birthday September 12th[1] Virgo
Service Home designer
Main Appearances
Other Appearances


Lottie is a special character who made her first appearance in Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer. She was announced at Electronic Entertainment Expo 2015 and serves as a guide for players as they design homes. She is a pink river otter[2] and Lyle's niece.[3]

She appears later in Animal Crossing: New Leaf via an update, alongside amiibo compatibility and new villagers. [4] She gives the player a tutorial on how to arrange furniture with touch screen controls.

In Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, Lottie hosts the Gothic Rose Festival event. This is similar to the Rover's Garden Safari event, except the player must catch bats and plant Gothic roses. Lottie is later given a larger role in this game as the host of Happy Homeroom, an area similar in design to Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer.

Appearances[edit]

Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer[edit]

Lottie is the receptionist in Nook's Homes in this game. She also helps train the player and talks them through the process of preparing a villager's house, before arriving at the site, like letting the player choose a site and a layout. Lottie also can help the player log onto Happy Home Network and change the settings for the network. Lottie is seen every day at her desk, typing. Talking to her normally results in suggestions to drum up business; however, rarely, she can be seen without mascara and she talks about that instead.

Animal Crossing: New Leaf - Welcome amiibo[edit]

Although she is absent in the original release of New Leaf, Lottie reappears in the Welcome amiibo update, showing the player how to use the bottom screen to move furniture after building the Secret Storage extension. She can also be seen after successfully connecting Happy Home Designer data to New Leaf: Welcome Amiibo, invited by Isabelle, and posts the player the Nook's Homes model.

Other appearances[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

Spirits[edit]

Lottie AF.png Lottie
Primary Spirit
Type: Grab
Class:
Stats: Power: 958—4,792
Ability: No Effect
* Battle via Spirit Board
  • Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
  • Scan the Lottie amiibo


Villager info[edit]

In Happy Home Designer[edit]

Happy Home Designer House Info
Lottie
Type: Special Otter
Client's Vision: I'll leave it up to you!
Required Items: -
Favorite Song: -
Favorite Saying: Let's get you in a new house today!
LottieHHDIcon.png

RV description[edit]

When visiting Lottie's RV at the campground, the bottom screen will display the following:

"As Lyle's niece and a busy real estate agent, she knows her way around new construction, but she also loves getting away from it all in a rustic setting."

Card profiles[edit]

amiibo cards[edit]

Animal Crossing amiibo card
#017 Lottie - Series 1
Type: Special
Star sign: Virgo
Birthday: September 12th
Dice value: 3
Hand sign: Rock
017 Lottie amiibo card NA.png
SpecialSpeciesIconSilhouette.png
016 Lyle List of amiibo cards
#017 Lottie
018 Bob
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Animal Crossing amiibo card
#311 Lottie - Series 4
Type: Special
Star sign: Virgo
Birthday: September 12th
Dice value: 4
Hand sign: Paper
311 Lottie amiibo card NA.png
SpecialSpeciesIconSilhouette.png
310 Timmy List of amiibo cards
#311 Lottie
312 Shrunk
SpecialSpeciesIconSilhouette.png

Gallery[edit]

Artwork[edit]

Sprites and models[edit]

Merchandise[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Japanese タクミ
Takumi
Probably from 匠 takumi (artisan)

Korean 솜이
Somi
-

Simplified Chinese 巧美
Qiǎo Měi

Russian Лотти
Lotti
Transcription of English name

Dutch Lottie -

German Karlotta -

European Spanish Nuria from the spanish word for otter "Nutria"

European French Lou First syllable of loutre, meaning "otter".

Italian Casimira From casa, "home".

References[edit]

Special Characters[edit]