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GorillaSpeciesIconSilhouette.png Violet gor07
Violet NH.png
Species Personality Gender
Gorilla Emotion Encouraging NH Icon cropped.png Peppy[nb 6]
Emotion Disagreement NH Icon cropped.png Snooty [nb 7]
Birthday September 1st Virgo
Quote "Pearls are a pink gorilla's best friend."
Catchphrase "faboom"[nb 1]
"sweetie"[nb 2]
Clothing Red Aloha Shirt[nb 3]
Misty Tee[nb 4]
Poncho-Style Sweater (Purple)[nb 5]
Main appearances
Other appearances
Name in other languages

Japanese ウズメ
Korean 줌마
Italian Konga
German Konga

Simplified Chinese 吴紫眉
French Gaëlle
Spanish Magenta
Dutch Violet

Traditional Chinese 吳紫眉
Quebec French Gaëlle
Latin American Spanish Magenta
Russian Конга

Phrase in other languages

Japanese アイヤ
Korean 에그머닛
Italian tump tump
German auauauu

Simplified Chinese 唉呀
French gong
Spanish canapé
Dutch lieverd

Traditional Chinese 唉呀
Quebec French gong
Latin American Spanish uh-uh
Russian сластена

Violet is a snooty gorilla villager in the Animal Crossing series. Her name is derived from her fur color. She originally appeared in Doubutsu no Mori e+ as islander under the peppy personality, and after being absent in Animal Crossing: Wild World, she returns in Animal Crossing: City Folk, now as a snooty villager. This makes her, alongside Harry, the second villager to have her personality changed between games, the first being Rowan.

In New Horizons, Violet has the fitness hobby and will wear Sporty Shades and lift heavy dumbbells while exercising.



Violet, like her name, is a violet gorilla with a pink-colored muzzle and paws, red lipstick, and wears pearl wristbands around her arms and forehead. Violet bears a strong resemblance to Jane, another purple Gorilla villager, specifically her western appearance.


Originally, Violet appeared in Doubutsu no Mori e+ with a peppy personality. She later returns in Animal Crossing: City Folk with a snooty personality.

In Doubutsu no Mori e+[edit]

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

In Doubutsu no Mori e+, Violet is a peppy villager, making her friendly, excitable, and easy to get along with. Despite this, she will not get along with cranky villagers, whom she will call "old and boring", compared to herself. If the player makes her angry or does not complete a task given, she will forget about it due to a short attention span.

In City Folk onwards[edit]

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

From Animal Crossing: City Folk onwards, Violet has a snooty personality, which means she will enjoy shopping, make-up, and her looks. She does not get along with jock villagers, but gets along with cranky villagers and other snooty villagers.

Villager information[edit]

In City Folk[edit]

Clothing Smallcheckmark.png Striking
Smallxmark.png Funky
Furniture Genre Retro/Playful
Furniture Series Exotic
Furniture Color Pink

In New Leaf[edit]

Violet's picture in Animal Crossing: New Leaf Pearls are a pink gorilla's best friend.
Siblings Second of five
Skill Blowing bubbles
Goal Pharmacist
Fear Werewolf Hood
Clothing Smallcheckmark.png Historical
Smallxmark.png Rock 'n' Roll
Color Pink
Type Mocha
Milk Lots
Sugar Three spoonfuls

In New Horizons[edit]

Pearls are a pink gorilla's best friend.


Birthday Personality Catchphrase
September 1 Virgo Snooty (B) sweetie
Default Clothing Poncho-Style Sweater (Purple)
Favorite Styles Gorgeous and Cool
Favorite Colors
Hobby Fitness
Carried Bag Veggie
Book Exercise
Food Donut
Drink Tea can or yellow mug
Popsicle Orange


In Doubutsu no Mori e+[edit]

Violet originally lacks any furniture in her house, as with other islanders. She will request from the player a Birdcage, Blue Vase, Exotic Bed, Exotic Chair, Exotic Screen, Exotic Wardrobe, Glass-Top Table, and Turntable. They are same items that Elina requests, except for different wallpaper and flooring.

In City Folk[edit]

House of Violet CF.png
Dice Stereo HHD Icon.png Dice Stereo Classic Bed HHD Icon.png Classic Bed
Fireplace HHD Icon.png Fireplace Cabana Bookcase HHD Icon.png Cabana Bookcase
Green Lava Lamp WW.png Green Lava Lamp Mega Dingloid HHD Icon.png Mega Dingloid (x2)
Pachira HHD Icon.png Pachira
Wallpaper: Floral Wall HHD Icon.png Floral Wall
Floor: Opulent Rug HHD Icon.png Opulent Rug
Music: K.K. Faire

In New Leaf[edit]

House of Violet NL Exterior.png
House of Violet NL.png
Exotic Bed HHD Icon.png Exotic Bed Exotic Chest HHD Icon.png Exotic Chest
Cabana Screen HHD Icon.png Cabana Screen (x2) Retro Stereo HHD Icon.png Retro Stereo
Exotic End Table HHD Icon.png Exotic End Table (x2) Pachira HHD Icon.png Pachira (x2)
Tall Dingloid HHD Icon.png Tall Dingloid Exotic Lamp HHD Icon.png Exotic Lamp
Wall Flowerpot HHD Icon.png Wall Flowerpot
Wallpaper: Exotic Wall HHD Icon.png Exotic Wall
Floor: Round Carpet HHD Icon.png Round Carpet
Music: K.K. Faire

In New Horizons[edit]

Card profiles[edit]

amiibo card[edit]

amiibo card
#282 Violet - Series 3
Star sign: Virgo
Birthday: September 1st
Dice value: 4
Hand sign: Scissors
282 Violet amiibo card NA.png
281 Lyman List of amiibo cards
#282 Violet
283 Frank



Names in other languages[edit]

Japanese ウズメ
From Ame-no-Uzume, a Japanese goddess

Korean 줌마
It's a play on 'Ajumma '아줌마, meaning an older, married woman

Dutch Violet -

German Konga Feminin version of Kong

European Spanish Magenta Spanish word for violet color

European French Gaëlle French given name.

Italian Konga Feminin version of Kong

See also[edit]


  1. City Folk
  2. New Leaf onwards
  3. Doubutsu no Mori e+
  4. City Folk to amiibo Festival, called Misty Shirt in City Folk
  5. New Horizons
  6. Doubutsu no Mori e+
  7. City Folk onwards