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- "Onwards and upwards!"
- — Vivian, Animal Crossing: New Leaf - Welcome amiibo
|Saying||Onwards and upwards!|
Vivian is a wolf villager with a snooty personality from the Animal Crossing series. She first appeared in Animal Crossing's Japanese Doubutsu no Mori e+ update, and then returned in the Animal Crossing: New Leaf Welcome amiibo update after being absent from the Animal Crossing series for over ten years. Additionally, she was planned to return in Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer, as data for her can be found in the game, but she is absent from the final game.
Vivian is a cream colored wolf that bears a resemblance to a German Shepherd, a breed of dog that is similar in appearance to wolves. She has a gray muzzle that matches the bottom of her feet and the tip of her tail. Her large, slanted eyes wear blue eyeshadow, with eyeshadow being a common feature found in villagers with the snooty personality. The back of her head is a pinkish brown color.
Below is a brief description of the snooty personality. For more information, click here.
Vivian has a snooty personality, meaning that she will appear rude and snobbish to the player at first, finding small things to criticize them and other villagers on. She will get along with cranky and other snooty villagers, but will be annoyed/angered by lazy and jock villagers, both of whom conflict with her lifestyle. Additionally, peppy villagers have the tendency to call her "old" or "boring" while speaking to her, which will quickly make Vivian angry.
In Animal Crossing: New Leaf - Welcome amiibo, Vivian's house/RV is designed after a mountain suite, reflecting her snooty personality.
In New Leaf
Welcome amiibo card
|Animal Crossing: New Leaf - Welcome amiibo card|
Sprites & Models
Names in other languages
- Vivian is featured on the official website for Doubutsu no Mori e+ to distribute codes for the Mario Theme, alongside Peggy, Megumi, Champagne, Lolly, Kid Cat, Roscoe, Poko, Hopkins, Bree, and Broccolo.