From Nookipedia, the Animal Crossing wiki
Okay, you probably know that. After all, I'm the most famous video game character that has appeared in more games than any other video game character. Yeah, people call me a personalityless attention hog and all, but I can't help it. Nintendo just tells me, "You gotta be here and you got to act like this and that", so I have to do that. It's kind of weird for somebody to be spending time here in Nookipedia instead of someplace like MarioWiki, but I'm glad I can devote some of my time in helping this wiki. Yes, I know that MarioWiki is more active than here, but the great thing is that people will spend more time getting to know each other because there are less people to devote energy to.
But, I don't mind my fame and all. After all, it carried to the Animal Crossing world! Wow! I don't believe it! My hat, nose, 'stache, and enemies and stuff are valued items. Even one villager admires me a lot. I have to say, I'm flattered. Good work, guys!
My first Animal Crossing game I've ever played is actually Animal Crossing, but I haven't played it much. I also played Animal Crossing: Wild World, but I don't remember much from it. In September 2013, however, I got Animal Crossing: New Leaf and became addicted to it. I use the female character in New Leaf. Don't ask.
Oh, I don't have any school and all (pssst, it's called "Community College"), so far, so most of the time, I'll be here. If I'm not out there talking to Toads, wiping the windows with Wario, or bashing Bowser, I'll be here.
When roleplaying goes terribly wrong
Don't believe whatever is shown below because these are lies.
I do the following in the wiki:
And, thanks to super patroller powers after eating a Patroller Mushroom, I'm able to do the additional things below:
I was also given an administrator mushroom as a Christmas gift of 2013 holidays, so I'm now able to do these things.
Finally, after hard work and dedication, I have received a gift-wrapped plumber's special tool, given to only one of the most trustworthy plumbers (and janitors) in the business: the bureaucrat mushroom! It has enabled me to do the following:
My to-do list includes the more specific things I may do:
Baby Luigi (who is actually the mayor) and I share this town, so yeah, we have the same villagers and all. And yeah, that's our actual town name.
My review on Animal Crossing: New Leaf
Oh, look what's the latest Animal Crossing game! This is the first game I played extensively. All I have to say is that I hope I'm not missing out so much that I can't be productive on this wiki. Anyway, I've been playing this game daily since it's out, and I share two saves with my sibling, Baby Luigi. Don't ask me why Luigi doesn't want to play. I think he played it once and his player got stung by some bees. Heh. I also told my bro that there are Boos in this game, so he's never touching this game again!
Anyway, instead of giving a lengthy review and constructing a wall of text, I make a summary of what I think of New Leaf.
It's a good game, but I think it needs an extra oomph to differentiate it between itself and other games. Sure, being a mayor and all is nice, but you need more control. When Isabelle wants you to take a break, you can't do anything, which I find absolute baloney. Isabelle, you aren't the town mayor; you're just a secretary. Get back to work.
Anyway, the game does introduce many new items and bugs and fish to catch. It even introduces deep-sea diving. Still, it does have flaws that are carried over from what shouldn't ever be there in the first place. Grass erosion, I'm looking at you. Why would some feature from the weakest game in the series return in New Leaf? That's realism taken to an extreme. What's next, you have to take a shower or go to the restroom? Grass erosion can be handled much better, period. End of minirant.
The game is a good game. If you have patience and you love to manage a town, look no further than Animal Crossing: New Leaf. It's a great game. Just remember to play it at least once per day so your flowers won't wilt or your friends don't move away.
Mario's Bad Jokes and Other Deleted Nonsense
Yes, these statements were actually on articles at one point.
This species is a domesticated wolf[...]
Domesticated wolf? What are chicken, domesticated junglefowl?
If you catch one once, it is very unlikely you'll catch another.
I caught three in one day.
You can learn a total of 40 emotions, and unlike in previous games you can learn all of them and never have to forget any!
Note: It's not advised to collect or keep specimens of butterflies. Many species are considered vulnerable or threatened due to habitat loss and the changing climate.
This is a video game where these butterflies spawn infinitely. Stop overthinking things.
He will then reappear instantly in a different hiding place, so that sometimes it can appear that he has jumped ahead of you somehow!
Why the excitement?
Running wears grass faster then walking, in fact, jogging, as it is called, wears more grass then walking. Jogging is when you pull the Wii remote as far away from your character as possible to move, but with out pressing B. Walking is keeping the Wii remote close to your character, so your arms move back and forth. While jogging, your arms do not move back and forth. If you use a Nunchuk, it is when you pull the Nunchuk's analog stick the farthest it will go while not pressing B. If you press B while walking you will jog, and if you press B while jogging you will run. Walking is better for grass, but it is harder to control your walking while using a Nunchuk.
I can't understand any of this...
The music inside sounds like skin grafts.
Joan always tells the player, no matter how many years they have been playing, that she has been selling turnips for over 60 years.
Interesting and insightful observation there.
It is very happy and lively and may remind you of songs in real life.
Some people even think he may just be disguised as a mummified dog, and who knows what he really is under those bandages.
The Pirate Look is considered cool.
No it isn't.
[...]she will say "Last night, Mabel recorded my favorite soap opera, Pointed Love: season four. It's about porcupines who break up, get back together, break up. You know, romance stuff."
The reason why they catch better is the simple fact that the better they are, the wider the radius for the hole on the net.
Blah blah blah...
He has a deep hatred for most lazy villagers[...]
He has a metal/rock themed house with two Bowtoids and plays the song Rockin' K.K. in his house. Despite his rocking mood, he does not take sass, and will threaten you if you do.
Sally has a normal personality, which may be the reason why her name is Sally, which is a normal name compared to other villagers in the series.
Appearing all day and all year, many a fisherman has caught a sea bass hoping for something rare, such as a Coelacanth, because of its large shadow - which is reflected by the player's quote when catching it.
Sounds so overly dramatic.
The slingshot can also be used for mischief like shooting down Pete the postman and Gulliver the astronut.