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- "I've got my eye on the you."
- — Wart Jr., Animal Crossing: Wild World
"Age before beauty."
"I've got my eye on you."
|Initial clothes|| Static Shirt*|
|Appearances|| Doubutsu no Mori,|
Doubutsu no Mori+,
Doubutsu no Mori e+,
Animal Crossing: Wild World,
Animal Crossing: City Folk,
Animal Crossing: New Leaf
|Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer|
Wart Jr. (サム, Sam) is a cranky frog villager in the Animal Crossing series. His name relates to the myth that frogs, or commonly toads, have warts and pass them through contact. His name may also be a reference to Wart, a frog character in the Mario series, which is referenced to throughout the Animal Crossing franchise. His initial phrase, "gir-ribbit", is the sound a frog makes.
Wart Jr. is a burnt amber orange frog with tiny round spots that resemble warts. His laid-back eyes are bumped up into a froggy appearance, and he has a strawberry pink smile if opened. He wears an Aurora Shirt that is ultra dark purple with two illuminating white blazes across it.
Below is a brief description of the cranky personality. For more information, click here.
Wart Jr. is a cranky villager, which means he is stubborn and easily annoyed when things are not going his way. He will appear rude and belittling towards the player, but will eventually warm up to them, considering them his only friend. He will find the usual hobbies of fishing, bug catching, fossil hunting, fashion, and furniture collecting considerably more interesting compared to other village types, adding more reason behind the hobbies than other villagers. He will get along with other cranky villagers and snooty villagers, who share the same interests and meaningful discussions. He will often suggest planting false information on peppy and normal villagers, when no interesting events are happening in the town.
In New Leaf
|Animal Crossing amiibo card|
Wart Jr. from Animal Crossing
Wart Jr. from Animal Crossing: Wild World
Wart Jr. from Animal Crossing: City Folk
Names in other languages
|Italian||Porro||An informal word for "wart" in Italian.|