BirthdayJuly 7th
AppearancesAnimal Forest e+
Animal Crossing: Wild World
Original ShirtFloral Knit

Bree (Japanese name: サラ, Sara) is a Snooty Mouse Villager who made her earliest appearance in Animal Forest e+, reappearing sometime later in both Animal Crossing: Wild World and Animal Crossing: City Folk.


[edit] Personality

Bree has the rotten tendency to constantly insult and belittle others during any casual encounter she may take part in, with her natural snootiness entirely to blame. She proves to be quite sensitive under her abrupt and snobbish exterior, having polite and rather calm discussions with others given they don't inadvertently hurt her feelings(which is quite a difficult task to conceive). She commonly obsesses over physical appearances and lays harsh judgements often as well as defensively explodes should one question the outfit she's wearing or the current hairstyle she's sporting. These traits are exactly why Jock Villagers mix horribly with Bree, who commonly mock her lack of serious daily physical exertion and daintyness. Furthermore, Lazy Villagers flatout disturb her to no end with their slobbish tendencies and out-of-whack priorities. On the flipside, Bree can be found getting along with Peppy and Normal Villagers from time to time, but is usually seen shattering such delightful engagements by spreading hurtful rumours about them in the midst of fits of boredom.

[edit] Appearance

Bree is a creamy-white mouse with large, pink ears and a full head of solid green hair. She has large, elegant, green-coloured eyes and a big, black nose. Her mouth is always tipped upwards into a cute, yet somewhat deceptive-looking smile. Her original Floral Knit shirt has been proven to badly clash with the rest of her appearance.

[edit] House

[edit] Name Meaning

"Bree" actually sounds similar to the term "brie", a type of light-tasting, creamy cheese. And as stereotypes go, this fact fits this Villager's species quite well.

Last edited by Midnight on 9 September 2012 at 03:30
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