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Nindori, an Animal Crossing villager.
Species Personality Gender
Ostrich Jock Male
Star sign Virgo Virgo
Phrase ドクソウ
Clothes G Logo Shirt
Saying 独創に勝る者なし
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Nindori is a jock ostrich villager from the Animal Crossing series, only appearing in the Japanese exclusive Doubutsu no Mori e+. Nindori was created as part of a collaboration with Japanese gaming magazine Nintendo Dream. His name directly derives from Nintendo Dream, which is known as NinDori for short, though dori can also mean "bird". He later went on to become the magazine's mascot and became officially known as Nindori-kun. He can only move into town after scanning his e-Reader card, which was exclusively distributed by Nintendo Dream magazine.



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 - because of this he is often mistaken to have hollow eyes, similar to a Gyroid's. He has a few yellow hairs sticking out of the back of his head, and his head resembles the layout of a Nintendo GameCube.


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.


In Doubutsu no Mori e+[edit]

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House of Nindori DnMe+.png
Style: No style
Reel-to-Reel HHD Icon.png Reel-to-Reel Retro TV HHD Icon.png Retro TV
SpringLeaf.png Apple Clock SpringLeaf.png Kitsheky Clock
Quazoid HHD Icon.png Quazoid SpringLeaf.png Roboid
SpringLeaf.png Blue Roboid Modern Sofa e+.png Modern Sofa
SpringLeaf.png N logo SpringLeaf.png Acustic Guitar
Electric Guitar HHD Icon.png Electric Guitar SpringLeaf.png Small Cactus
Tall Cactus HHD Icon.png Tall Cactus
Wallpaper: Green Wall HHD Icon.png Green Wall
Flooring: SpringLeaf.png Planked Tatami
Music: Go K.K. Rider!





Names in other languages[edit]

Japanese ニンドリ
From "Nintendo" and "~鳥(-dori)", the suffix for Japanese bird species.