Elmer

Elmer
Elmer.gif
SpeciesHorse
GenderMale
BirthdayOctober 5th
Catchphrase"tenderfoot"
PersonalityLazy
AppearencesAnimal Forest

Animal Forest + Animal Crossing Animal Forest e+ Animal Crossing: Wild World Animal Crossing: City Folk

Animal Crossing: New Leaf
Original ShirtGaudy Sweater
House Music"K.K. Waltz"
Picture Inscription:"Got any snacks on you?"

Elmer (Japanese name: サブレ, Sablé) is a horse villager with a pleasantly old-fashioned personality despite his noticeably young age in comparison to residents such as Grizzly. Judging by this and his original catchphrase, it can be said that Elmer has an eager interest in the Old West. He has appeared in many games of the Animal Crossing Series, these games include: Animal Forest, 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

Elmer is a lazy villager who enjoys naps and relaxing. He has an interest of food and superheroes, along with the usual hobbies such as fossil hunting and fishing. He sometimes asks for clothes, and may refer to his alto ego "Fashion Lad", who is a superhero that lazy villagers made up for fashion emergencies.Elmer usually gets along well with most villagers, though, his personality won't go well with snooty and jock villagers.

[edit] Appearance

Elmer is a dominantly brown horse with a dark brown mane, a white stripe down the middle of his forehead, and blue, droopy eyelids which effectively accent his lazy personality. The Gaudy Sweater that he wears further implies his old fashioned, western preference towards any area of fashion from clothing to home decor.

[edit] House

[edit] Name Meaning

Elmer could most likely be a direct reference to the Elmer Horse Collection, a company which specializes in crafting horse figurines. His Japanese name, Sablé, is similar to the word "stable" which is a kind of shelter that horses typically use.

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