|Favorite saying||"One good purr deserves another."|
|Clothing||Shortcake shirt[nb 1]|
Dazed dress (Pink)[nb 2]
Phrase in other languages
Rosie is a peppy cat villager in the Animal Crossing series who appears in all games to date as well as in 🎬 Gekijōban Doubutsu no Mori, where she is a major character and is one of Ai's best friends.
Rosie is a blue cat with dark blue hair and fur. She has big black cartoon-esque eyes that appear to be looking off to the right, which become pointed in opposite directions when angry or sad. Rosie has some light pink blush on her cheeks as well (hence her name), and also has white tips on her paws, tail, feet, and ears. The insides of her ears transition from pink to light pink. She appears to have no nose, but she does have a curly smile.
Below is a brief description of the peppy personality. For more information, click here.
Rosie is a peppy villager, appearing energetic and unusually excited when seeing the player and most other villagers. Like all peppy villagers, she also appears childish and immature, saying stereotypical "valley girl" phrases such as "totally", "sooo" and "like", as in "This is, like, cool!" However, Rosie is also excessively kind, usually asking the player for items she wants. Though Rosie enjoys the usual hobbies, she may tell the player that she is looking for a particular item, such as a bug, that may look nice in her home. She gets along well with other villagers, particularly the lazy, normal, big sister, smug and other peppy villagers, but she has the tendency to annoy and upset cranky and snooty villagers, who are known to appear older and more mature than other villagers. Due to the honest nature of peppy villagers, Rosie may mention how "old" or "boring" they are, in contrast to her energetic, upbeat personality. Rosie, like other peppy villagers, easily gets upset in conversation when it is not going her way, but will forget ever having the conversation due to her short attention span.
In Animal Crossing
In Wild World
In City Folk
In New Leaf
In New Horizons
In Happy Home Paradise
In Doubutsu no Mori and Doubutsu no Mori+
In Animal Crossing
In Wild World
In City Folk
In New Leaf
In New Horizons
In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, if Rosie is one of the villagers who moved in during the main storyline after the villager house development quest, her house will have a combination of non-craftable furniture, plus items crafted by players during the island development storyline, primarily from the Wooden Block Series. She cannot have her initial house interior unless she moves out of the player's island or the Happy Home Paradise DLC is purchased, in which either the player or Isabelle can reset the interior.
In Gekijōban Doubutsu no Mori
Rosie appears as a major character in 🎬 Gekijōban Doubutsu no Mori.
Ai first meets Rosie on her deliveries. When delivering her maid outfit, Rosie dances in joy, much to Ai's surprise. Once acknowledging her new neighbor, Rosie asks of her arrival, with TV drama-esque questions. Some time after their first encounter, Rosie and Ai, as well as Margie, have been best friends. Later at the beach, Rosie whispers a rumor to Ai, that Apollo and Whitney used to love each other. Soon after informing Ai, Margie chides her on how spreading rumors is immoral, which annoys Rosie deeply. Later, while watching Yū and Alfonso celebrate finding an ammonite fossil, Rosie wonders to herself why they are celebrating, stating she's seen more in the "special place" (a beach cave), and soon is swarmed by an ecstatic Yu. Unable to tolerate him, she agrees to help him find them. This sets off a mini adventure, leading them into the depths of a waterfall cave. After quite a fall, they wake up from possible unconsciousness to reveal a mound of fossils. After Yu's careless fossil hunting, the cave collapses and Rosie and friends make it out by a hair. Later, sometime in fall, Rosie questions why Ai did not show up to Margie's farewell party, of which an unknowing Ai replies, asking "Did she go somewhere?" Shocked, Rosie reveals to her the truth, to which a depressed Ai runs away. Later that day, Rosie, concerned for her friend, checks on Ai, who shows her Margie's letter. After Ai and Rosie's talk, a volley of shooting stars appear at the coast, amazing both of them. Later, sometime in winter, Rosie helps Ai decorate her house, hoping to be "this year's winner" for the Bright Nights. Once the UFO lands, Rosie helps her comrades find the missing piece. Yu, sure of himself, dashes to the beach cave, knowing the piece is, of course, there. Like all of the other villagers, Rosie appeared at the fireworks festival donning a red kimono. There is a running gag in the movie about Rosie not knowing what "cherry pie" means, often questioning her friends but receiving no answer.
Rosie may be an example of all peppy villagers in the entire game. Like most peppy villagers in the game, Rosie appears hyper but a bit more so in the film.
In the Super Smash Bros series
In Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Rosie appears as a sticker in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. She is the only villager to appear in the game.
In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U
While Rosie does not appear in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U, she, Margie, Isabelle, and Tom Nook makes a brief cameo during the first trailer for Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U, where Villager was revealed.
In Happy Home Designer
In Pocket Camp
- "Hey, everyone! Let me know if you need anything. Helping is my middle name!"
- — A Note from Rosie, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp
Rosie is one of the 40 villagers in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp who have been in the game since its release. She can be the first campsite visitor, if the player likes the Cute theme.
Animal Crossing e-Reader card
amiibo card artwork
- In the first popularity poll held on the Doubutsu no Mori website, Rosie ranked as the 8th most popular character with 141 votes, ranking above Aurora but below Mitzi.
- In a second popularity poll held on the Doubutsu no Mori+ website, Rosie ranked as the 9th most popular character with 1,246 votes, ranking above Peanut but below Bob.
- Rosie makes a cameo appearance in the first E3 trailer of Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U.
- Rosie is featured on the cover of the stacked magazines furniture item (customized to the "Character" variant) in Animal Crossing: New Leaf - Welcome amiibo.
Names in other languages
- Animal Crossing
- Wild World onwards, called "dazed shirt" prior to New Leaf and "dazed tee" prior to New Horizons
- Rosie's headwear during the Countdown can either be the New Year's silk hat or the New Year's hat, each rotating every year. The hat's variation will vary depending on what variations Tom Nook is selling at his stand.
- If it is Rosie's birthday, her headwear will be replaced with the birthday hat (Blue variation).
- Repeats for levels 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 55, 60, and 65
Pocket Camp cute-themed villagers