Nindori

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Type of Ostrich villager Nindori  
Artwork of Nindori the Ostrich
Species Personality Gender
Ostrich Jock Male
Birthday September 14th Virgo
Catchphrase "ドクソウ"
Clothing G Logo Shirt
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Nindori is a jock ostrich villager in Doubutsu no Mori e+. He was created as a collaboration with Japanese gaming magazine Nintendo DREAM[1] as part of a contest to create a mascot for the magazine.[2][3] His e-Reader card was exclusively included in Vol. 102 of the magazine.

Nindori's name is directly derived from Nintendo DREAM, which is often abbreviated as Nindori. He has continued to be the magazine's mascot separate from the Animal Crossing series since he first appeared, and is often referred to as Nindori-kun.

Characteristics[edit]

Appearance[edit]

Nindori is an orange ostrich with a yellow beak and feet. He has black-tipped wings and tail feathers. His eyes are very large and black, with just a small portion of his sclera showing. He has a few yellow hairs sticking out of the back of his head, and his head resembles the layout of a Nintendo GameCube (which was released in orange in Japan).

Personality[edit]

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

Nindori is a jock villager with an interest in fitness and sports, which he will mention frequently. He will get along with peppy villagers, but will not get along with lazy villagers due to their dislike of exercising.

Villager information[edit]

In Doubutsu no Mori e+[edit]

In Doubutsu no Mori e+, Nindori can only move to the player's town if his e-Reader card is scanned.

Species Personality Catchphrase
Ostrich Jock ドクソウ
Default clothing G Logo Shirt PG Model.png G Logo Shirt
Default umbrella Nintendo Parasol PG Model.png Nintendo Parasol
Star sign (DnMe+) Virgo Virgo
Smallcheckmark.png Favorite style (DnMe+) Cool
Smallxmark.png Least favorite style (DnMe+) Refined
Live song gift (DnMe+) Go K.K. Rider!

House[edit]

In Doubutsu no Mori e+[edit]

In Doubutsu no Mori e+, Nindori's house features the same furniture layout as Bangle, Carrot, and Paula's.

Card profiles[edit]

Doubutsu no Mori e+ e-Reader card[edit]

Doubutsu no Mori e+ e-Card PR1 (Nindori).png

Card back

Doubutsu no Mori e+ e-Card PR1 (Nindori - Back).png

PR1 ニンドリ (Nindori) - Promotional (Nintendo DREAM)
Gender: Male
Clothes: Gキューブなふく G-Cube Clothes
Star sign: おとめ座 Virgo
Favorite phrase: ドクソウ dokusou
Profile: 9月14日生まれ、4人兄妹。どこかのエライ人の言葉に感銘を受けたニンドリくんは、みんなに夢を与えるために今日も行く。その後頭部にZ注目! Born on September 14, one of four siblings. Inspired by the words of a great person somewhere, Nindori-kun goes forth today to give dreams to everyone. Look at the back of his head!
Favorite saying: 独創に勝る者なし Nothing is better than an original idea

Gallery[edit]

Trivia[edit]

  • Nindori's e-Reader card contains several references:
    • His birthday is given on his e-Reader card as September 14, the date the Nintendo GameCube released in Japan. Villagers were not given individual birthdays until Animal Crossing: Wild World, meaning other villagers who have not appeared since Doubutsu no Mori e+ have unknown birthdays. Nindori-kun's official Twitter account bio also states this is his birthday, as has Nintendo DREAM's website.[4]
    • Nindori's e-Reader card also says he is one of four siblings, referring to him representing a GameCube, and the other three past Nintendo home consoles at the time: the Nintendo Entertainment System, the Super NES, and the Nintendo 64.
    • The description furthermore says he was inspired by a great person somewhere, referring to the fact that he was chosen in a competition for fans to create a mascot for Nintendo DREAM.
  • As Nintendo DREAM's mascot, Nindori-kun has his own collection of LINE stickers.[5]
  • Nindori appears alongside Tom Nook as a collaboration costume in Monster Hunter Diary: Poka Poka Airū Village DX.[6]

Names in other languages[edit]

Japanese ニンドリ
Nindori
Abbreviation for Nintendo DREAM magazine from "ニンテンドードリーム (Nintendō Dorīmu)."
Also possibly from "~鳥 (-dori)," the suffix for Japanese bird species.

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Notes[edit]

  1. Nindori

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