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Robin (Japanese name: パーチク, Pachiku) is a Snooty, Bird Villager who made her very first appearance in Animal Crossing (GCN), followed by two later appearances in Animal Crossing: Wild World and Animal Crossing: City Folk.
Thanks to her Snooty nature, Robin unfortunately comes off as presumptuous and stuck-up when first met by your Player, centering the conversation around herself and no one else(she has also been known to mention her boyfriend on occasion, but he is never seen nor heard from). When she actually is referring to others in conversation, it's usually spent criticizing their fashion sense and overall looks. With this, Robin typically targets the female villagers who carry either the Peppy or Normal personalities. She has also been known to come off the wrong way with other Snooty residents. But as would be expected, Robin eventually befriends your Player in a genuine, non-artificial way, spilling all of her innermost feelings and untold insecurities on you. Robin partakes in the typical hobbies in which every resident enjoys, but she goes about it for the purpose of her own reputation or articles she reads in the fictional fashion magazine, Ms. Nintendique. While she obviously finds it near impossible to stand the Lazy and Jock villagers residing in your Town, she has been known to match up somewhat with Cranky villagers, who have also been known to analyze the shallow aspects of life.
Robin's head is half blue, half orange-red, with the top half of her head being blue and the other half being the latter. The top of her head is tipped with a bit of cyan-coloured hair. She has big, mellow-looking eyes which surprisingly carries the typical appearance of a Lazy villager, yet she remains nothing of the sort. She has a large, orange beak and blue wings tipped with Cyan on the ends.
 Name Meaning
Robin is the name of a common breed of bird, which easily explains why this name would fit such a characteristically-noticable bird resident. This name could also apply to either males or females.
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