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This article is about the pig villager. For the villager whose English name is the same as this villager's Italian name, see Drake.
Japanese バチコーメ Korean N/A Chinese N/A
French Xavier Italian Drake Spanish Jamoncio
German Jonas Dutch N/A Russian N/A
Pigleg, an Animal Crossing villager.
Species Personality Gender
Pig Jock Male
Star sign Leo Leo
Phrase arrrnk
Clothes Blue Aloha Shirt
Main Games
Other Games
Islander fruit

Pigleg is a jock pig islander from the Animal Crossing series, only appearing in Animal Crossing and Doubutsu no Mori e+. His name comes from the two words "pig", which is his species, and "leg", which comes from pirates sometimes having a peg leg.



Pigleg is a peach pig with a brown goatee and a white eye patch over his right eye. He has a pink snout and white hooves, and usually has a big smile on his face. He wears a red bandanna.


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

Pigleg is a jock islander. He lives an active lifestyle and loves sports and exercise.

Fruit Allergy[edit]

As an islander, Pigleg has a favorite fruit and a fruit that he is allergic to. Feeding him the allergy fruit will reduce the likelihood of him dropping money bags. Pigleg is allergic to peaches and loves oranges.


In Animal Crossing, Pigleg's completed house contains many items from the fruit series, requesting from the player a Red Boom Box, a Pop Machine, a Watermelon Table, a Watermelon Chair, a Melon Chair, a Fan, a Toilet, and a Keg, plus the Tropical Floor and Tropical Vista.

Card profiles[edit]

Animal Crossing e-Reader Card[edit]

Animal Crossing-e card
#028 Pigleg - Series 1
Gender: Male
Species: Pig
Clothes: Blue Aloha Shirt
Sign: Leo
Phrase: arrrnk
Password: xy@#&EfJoFiP@N
Animal Crossing-e 1-028 (Pigleg).jpg
027 Rasher Animal Crossing-e cards
#028 Pigleg
020 Bunnie


Names in other languages[edit]

Japanese バチコーメ
May be a corruption of buchikome, meaning to be impaired, or bachikōn, the sound of a smack.

German Jonas -

European Spanish Jamoncio -

European French Xavier French given name

Italian Drake Probably a reference to Sir Francis Drake, an Elizabethan sea captain.