BirthdayFebruary 1st
AppearancesAnimal Crossing

Animal Crossing: Wild World Animal Crossing: City Folk

Animal Crossing: New Leaf
Original Shirt"no. 2 Shirt"
House MusicK.K. Reggae

Bill (Japanese name: ピータン, Pitan) is a villager of the duck species and his personality is a jock. He has made many appearances in the Animal Crossing Series, these games include - Animal Crossing, Animal Crossing: Wild World, Animal Crossing: City Folk and Animal Crossing: Jump out. On the cover of Animal Crossing, Bill is seen in the background walking towards the house.


[edit] Appearance

Bill is a duck village whose main colouration is a darkish-maroon colour. He has a small lock of hair that curls around his forehead area. His legs and bill are both yellow.

[edit] Personality

Bill is a jock type of Villager, meaning he is easy to befriend and to gain his picture/ However the snooty, Cranky, and lazy villagers find it hard to get on with him due to the fact that snooty villagers can not fathom how jocks can do 24\7 and worry about fashion or physical appearance, lazy and cranky villagers do not get how he can excercise all day.

[edit] House

In Animal Crossing version, it shows that Bill enjoys collecting Bugs as he has many bugs in cages in his house. He also owns Phonograph which, plays K.K. Reggae. In the game series after, excluding Animal Crossing: Jump Out (information is currently unknown) Bill's house includes many items from the Exotic Series such as; the Exotic Bed and Screen. He uses the Kitchen Flooring and a Lattice Wall. He doesn't own any sort of music playing device but if giving one, he will play K.K. Reggae, like he has in the game he made his first appearance in.

[edit] Name Meaning

His name, Bill, is most likely inspired from the feature, a bill - which, is a beak typically belonging to aquatic birds such as, ducks or pelicans.

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Last edited by Fluidity on 6 March 2013 at 17:18
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