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Japanese ピース Korean 피스 Chinese 和平
French Samson Italian Sansone Spanish Sansón
German Samson Dutch Samson Russian Самсон
Samson, an Animal Crossing villager.
Species Personality Gender
Mouse Jock Male
Birthday July 5th Cancer
Clothes Airy Tee*
Saying Squeak softly and carry a big stick.
This isn't a dress I'm wearing, it's a muscle tee.
Main Games
Other Games

Samson is a jock, mouse villager from the Animal Crossing series, who has appeared in all of the games so far, with the exception of Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. His catchphrase, "pipsqueak", is based on the sound made by mice and the term "pipsqueak", which means "little". His Japanese catchphrase, "chū", is based on the Japanese onomatopoeia for a mouse's squeaking, "chūchū" (ちゅうちゅう). His favorite saying in Animal Crossing: New Leaf is a pun on Theodore Roosevelt's famous quote "Speak softly and carry a big stick.", meaning to always be wary of your neighbors.



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Samson is a smoky gray mouse who portrays the look of Dora and Chico. The only differences being his color and the shape of his mouth; Dora's mouth is a half-smile, while Samson's is full. He has pink in the inside of his ears and a black nose, along with black stripes on his tail. If Samson is in a good mood, he will consistently display a large, toothy grin while he talks, similar to Chico; Only when Samson is angry or depressed will he move his mouth normally.


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

Samson has a jock personality, which means he will have a keen interest in sport and fitness, making him appear competitive and in some cases rude when talking to other villagers, usually criticizing their fitness. He will appear slow-witted and absent-minded when talking about deep, meaningful things. He will get along well with peppy villagers, but get confused by the choice of lifestyle followed by lazy villagers, who appear opposite to the jock personality. He may offend and upset snooty and cranky villagers.


In Wild World[edit]

SamsonPicACWW.png This isn't a dress I'm wearing, it's a muscle tee.
Favorite Clothing
Smallcheckmark.png Funky Smallxmark.png Striking

In City Folk[edit]

Clothing Smallcheckmark.png Funky
Smallxmark.png Striking
Furniture Genre Trendy/Dignified
Furniture Series Kiddie
Furniture Color Colorful

In New Leaf[edit]

SamsonPicACNL.png Squeak softly and carry a big stick.
Skill Eating frequently
Goal Photographer
Fear Bug Mask
Clothing Smallcheckmark.png Modern
Smallxmark.png Rock 'n' Roll
Color Colorful
Type Mocha
Milk None at all
Sugar None at all


His house does not have any particular theme, but he possesses a Dice Stereo and Kiddie Floor. In Animal Crossing: City Folk, Samson has redone his house. He no longer possesses a Dice Stereo, but a White Boom Box instead. Also, in each game in the series, he always has two Melon Chairs, a red one and a yellow one.

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Other appearances[edit]

In Happy Home Designer[edit]

Happy Home Designer House Info
Type: Mouse
Client's Vision: Treasure House
Required Items: -
Favorite Song: Go K.K. Rider!
Favorite Saying: Squeak softly and carry a big stick.

Card profiles[edit]

Animal Crossing e-Reader card[edit]

Animal Crossing-e card
#088 Samson - Series 2
Gender: Male
Species: Mouse
Clothes: Airy Shirt
Sign: Cancer
Phrase: pipsqueak
Password: L&atFdojIypCsh
Animal Crossing-e 2-088 (Samson).jpg
087 Dobie Animal Crossing-e cards
#088 Samson
089 Limberg

Happy Home Designer amiibo card[edit]

Animal Crossing amiibo card
#060 Samson - Series 1
Type: Mouse
Star sign: Cancer
Birthday: July 5
Dice value: 5
Hand sign: Rock
060 Samson amiibo card NA.png
059 Nate List of amiibo cards
#060 Samson
061 Tutu


Names in other languages[edit]

Japanese ピース

Korean 피스
From Peace or From Piece

Dutch Samson -

German Samson -

European Spanish Sansón -

European French Samson -

Italian Sansone -