Chief

Chief
Chief.gif
SpeciesWolf
GenderMale
BirthdayDecember 19th
Catchphrase"Harrumph!"
PersonalityCranky
AppearancesAnimal Crossing: Wild World
Animal Crossing: City Folk
Animal Forest
Animal Forest e+
Animal Crossing
Animal Forest +
Animal Crossing: New Leaf
Original ShirtRed Bar Shirt
House MusicDJ K.K.

Chief (Japanese name: チーフ Chief) is a wolf villager with a cranky personality. He has appeared in many games of the Animal Crossing Series, these games include: Animal Forest, Animal Crossing, Animal Forest e+, Animal Crossing: Wild World, Animal Crossing: City Folk and Animal Crossing: New Leaf.

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[edit] Personality

Chief will at first be very mean towards the player and fellow villagers, eventually he will warm up to his peers. He will get along with Snooty and fellow Cranky villagers because of similar rude personalities and will admire Lazy villagers because of their relaxed outlook on matters. However, he will be rude towards Jock, Normal and Peppy villagers. He will find Peppy villagers too happy. He often asks the player to buy clothes for him since he does not want to be caught shopping for items. He enjoys Bugs catching and Fishing. When player becomes close with Chief will give the player his pic, his pic quote is "Harrumph!" Which is the same as his initial catch phrase.

[edit] Appearance

Chief is an orange wolf. He has a darker orange tuft of hair on the top of his head and has a white muzzle. The insides of his ears are pink and then a lighter pink on the outside. His eyes look devious and he always looks like it he up to mischief! His initial clothing is the Red bar shirt.

[edit] House

Chief has a lot of clocks in his room, 5 in total. He also has a lot of furniture from the Modern Series. He also has some furniture of the Robo Series and the Construction Theme. He has a stereo in his home which plays DJ K.K.

[edit] Name Meaning

Chief's name may come from the word 'mischief' which would explain his devious looking eyes.

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