Pompom

Revision as of 17:24, 2 February 2016 by 68.113.225.38 (Talk)

(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff)

Pompom
PompomDUCK.gif
SpeciesDuck
GenderFemale
BirthdayFebruary 11th
Catchphrase"rah rah"
PersonalityPeppy
AppearancesAnimal Forest e+
Animal Crossing (GCN)
Animal Crossing: Wild World
Animal Crossing: City Folk
Picture inscription"This one goes out to all my fans!"
Original ShirtNo. 4 Shirt

Pompom (Japanese name: のりっぺ, Norippe) is a Peppy Duck Villager who made her earliest appearances in Animal Forest e+[JPN]/Animal Crossing (GCN)[NA], followed by two more reappearances in Animal Crossing: Wild World and Animal Crossing: City Folk. Her initial phrase 'Rah rah' relates to Kody's Animal Crossing: Wild World and Animal Crossing: City Folk catchphrase 'Grah grah'.

Contents

[edit] Personality

Pompom is commonly described as a ball of energy who always displays overdoses of enthusiam for practically everything she's involved in(however, she has sometimes shown to overreact to small situations that don't really call for it such as being late for something or losing a possession). She always has this sort of unstoppable drive that makes it nearly impossible for her not to try anything new or take any possible risk that may come her way. This makes her both an interesting, and at the same time nervewracking, resident to hang around with. Since Pompom has a rather hyperactive attitude, it's difficult for her to keep her attention on others when they're speaking to her, usually annoying others and sometimes making enemies. She likes the player in a loving way as in the Animal Crossing: City Folk.

[edit] Appearance

Pompom is a pure white duck with large, energetic, egg-shaped eyes, light brown hair on the top of her head, and a big, triangular-shaped bill. She is rarely ever seen with a bored or melancholy expression on her face.


[edit] House

[edit] Name Meaning

"Pompom" could very likely relate to the pompoms a cheerleader carries, which harkens back to this resident's natural energy and spirit.

Last edited by 68.113.225.38 on 2 February 2016 at 17:24
This page has been accessed 1,276 times.