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Characters are a well-known feature of Animal Crossing: New Horizons. There are jocks, irritable villagers, snobbish villagers, and many other types of villagers. You’re undoubtedly aware of this. What you may not realize is that each villager has a favorite hobby. As a result, you’re likely to hear Skye singing at any time of day or night. Everything you need to know about these two systems is covered in our Animal Crossing Personalities and Hobbies guide!
The game features eight distinct personalities: Normal, Lazy, Sisterly, Snooty, Cranky, Jock, Peppy, and Smug. We’ll get into what each of those truly means in a moment, but the official New Horizons strategy guide confirms that each personality type has two sub-types. These subtypes influence their interests and vocal pitch.
Snooty A peasants, for example, are more likely to be educated and to speak in a high-pitched voice. Snooty B villagers, on the other hand, are fashion-conscious and speak in a normal tone. It also influences their dialogue possibilities, but as a whole, this isn’t very relevant, therefore we won’t be categorizing villagers based on their sub-types. If you’d want to learn more about personality subtypes, take a look at this Google Doc.
What Animal Crossing Villager Species Are You?
Normal Normal is the female counterpart to the male Lazy personality. In general, they are fair and friendly to everyone. It’s difficult to irritate a Normal villager. They frequently comment on how normal they are in comparison to everyone else. These locals are usually awake between 6:00 a.m. and 12:00 a.m.
As previously stated, Lazy villagers are the male counterparts of Normal villagers. According to their personality, they have frequently seen lounging and are extremely easygoing. They’re really friendly and frequently exhibit their enthusiasm for food. These villagers are often awake from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., sleeping for significantly longer periods of time than most other villagers.
The Sisterly personality, also known as Uchi, is related to the masculine Cranky personality. This makes sense if you’ve encountered a Sisterly villager. They aren’t truly furious or nasty, but they are blunt and sometimes impolite. Having saying that, they can also be quite pleasant and, well, sisterly. These locals are usually awake between 11:00 a.m. and 3:00 a.m. Ideal for anyone who prefers to play in the evening.
Male Smug villagers are closest to Snooty villagers. In previous games, they were more akin to grumpy villagers, but their attitudes have since softened. They are now mostly self-centered and possibly arrogant. Their homes are often among the most expensive-looking in the neighborhood, however, there are exceptions. These locals are usually awake between 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 a.m.
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These villagers are most like Sisterly villagers, whether you call them Cranky or Grumpy. They are easily irritated and are more inclined to fight with other villagers. Having said that, two grumpy villagers get along fine, bonding over their anger. They may be a little rude and certainly obstinate. These villagers are usually awake between 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m.
Jock Jocks are bright like Peppy villagers, but they are more concentrated on sports. They are interested in sports and will talk about working out or being weary from physical activity. They also conform to the stereotype of being less intelligent than the other villages in America. These villagers are usually awake between 6:30 a.m. and 12:00 a.m.
The residents of Peppy Peppy are extremely bright and pleasant. You’ll note that they’re always delighted to see you, even if they’re a little scattered, changing topics frequently and being forgetful. These villagers are usually awake between 7:00 a.m. and 11:30 p.m.
Hobbies in Animal Crossing
Every Villager in Animal Crossing has a primary pastime that determines what they are most likely to do. However, this does not exclude them from dabbling in other hobbies on occasion.