|Job||Gate Keeper, Officer|
Booker (Japanese name(s): おまわりさんB, Policeman B / もんばんさんA, Gatekeeper) is a character that has appeared in all three games of the Animal Crossing Series. His partner is Copper, the Gate Keeper. He is generally a great help, although a bit dull.
Whenever talking to the player, Booker appears to be very nervous and unsure of himself. If you ask him a questions, he also hesitates and doubts himself even though he is correct most of the time. In most of his sentences, you will see that they are filled with words such as 'uh..' and 'um'. Booker is the exact opposite of his fellow co-worker, Copper. Booker never leaves his station and puts in a long twenty four hour days just for you.
Booker wears a dark green guard helmet that fits his ears perfectly. He wears a red uniform that has a white X going across it and he also wears an ovular brown belt. He holds a stick that he likes to stomp on the ground whenever you approach him. He is a bit chubby and his face looks rather sad.
In the original Animal Crossing, Booker is a officer who works at the Police Station alone while Copper is outside of it. The only job that he has there is to man the last and found. He helps the player out by telling them how many items are in the Lost and Found. The amount depends on the amount of time you spend between each visit there. He will let you take as many as you want, although the more items you take the less sure of himself he gets.
Booker has a new job in this game is now the assistant of the Main Gate keeper, Copper. He's a nervous sort but he can provide you with a great deal of information that you can't get anywhere else. Interact with him and he'll offer you these options:
- Change the flag for your town.
- Visit the lost and found for any stray items.
- Keep you up to date on the visitors to your town. (Wendell, Pascal, etc)
Although Booker has different dialog, he has the same job as in Wild World. He is still hesitant and on the left side of your gate, loyal as always. Booker will offer you the same options that you had as before. He does the same exact things that he did in Animal Crossing: Wild World and you can tell that the creators of the game really did not work much to develop his character to a further extent.