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- "I like long walks on the beach. Alone."
- — Maelle, Animal Crossing: Wild World
"A wise duck takes care of her bill."
"I like long walks on the beach. Alone."
|Initial phrase|| ふぅ(JP)|
|Initial clothes|| Red Aloha Shirt*|
|Favorite song||Café K.K.|
|Appearances|| Doubutsu no Mori+,|
Doubutsu no Mori e+,
Animal Crossing: Wild World,
Animal Crossing: City Folk,
Animal Crossing: New Leaf
|Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer|
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Maelle, pronounced "My-Ell" (アンヌ, Anne), is a snooty duck in the Animal Crossing series. In Doubutsu no Mori+, Animal Crossing and Doubutsu no Mori e+, she is an islander. She reappears in Animal Crossing: Wild World and Animal Crossing: City Folk, where she is a villager. The name, "Maelle" means "ambitious", a trait known among snooty villagers who wish to become famous or rich. Her initial phrase, "duckling", reflects on her species. Her picture quote may relate to when she lived on the island.
Maelle is a yellow duck with a bright red beak and webbed-feet. She wears green eyeshadow and maintains a lazy eyed expression. She has red hair and wears an orange flower as an islander. In Animal Crossing she wears a Red Aloha Shirt, like all female islanders. In Animal Crossing: Wild World onward, she wears a Heart Shirt.
Below is a brief description of the snooty personality. For more information, click here.
Maelle has a snooty personality, which means she will appear arrogant and snobbish towards the player and other villagers. She may appear friendly in some discussions, provided they do not insult her lifestyle. She finds appearance important and will get upset if someone criticizes her sense of style or fitness, which means a conversation between her a jock personality may leave either one upset or angry. She also may not get along with lazy villagers due to their conflicting lifestyles - lazy villagers having a strong interest in food or relaxing of which will make her uncomfortable, angry or upset when in conversation. She will upset peppy villagers, usually by gossiping about them, and finding small things to judge them on. She will get along well with normal, cranky, and other snooty villagers. Her attitude toward the player softens as she begins to know the player, but she will still retain some arrogance and subtle rudeness. Maelle can also spread rumors about villagers and other players calling them a "bell pincher" or "broke joker" in some cases.
In New Leaf
In Animal Crossing: City Folk, the music that is playing in her house is called "Café K.K." She also has Parlor Wall, Ceramic Tile, a Birdcage, a Lovely Kitchen and Bed, and a Cream Sofa. She has a Petal Parasol, a Classic Buffet, a red quinoa and a Pink Grid Shirt.
Maelle's house in Animal Crossing: City Folk
As an islander, if Maelle is given an apple, it will increase her likelihood of dropping money bags whereas feeding her oranges decreases the likelihood.
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Names in other languages
|Spanish||Patidifú||From the adjective "Patidifuso", that literally means "Astounded"|
- Maelle appears on the back of the case of the original Animal Crossing right by the 'Get connected' paragraph, teaching how to get to the Island which Maelle may or may not reside on.
- Maelle appears on the album cover of "Café K.K."