Truffles

Truffles
Truffles.gif
SpeciesPig
GenderFemale
BirthdayJuly 28th
Catchphrase"snoutie"
PersonalityPeppy
AppearencesAnimal Crossing
Animal Crossing: Wild World
Animal Crossing: City Folk
Original ShirtTurnip Top
Picture Inscription:"JUMPING JELLYBEANS!"

Truffles (Japanese name: トンコ, Tonko) is a Peppy Pig villager who has appeared in Animal Crossing, Animal Crossing: Wild World, Animal Crossing: City Folk, and Animal Forest e+.

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[edit] Personality

Truffles is rarely seen outside of a positive mood, thanks to her Peppy preset. As such, she is very easy to make friends with, especially the Player. Among partaking in the usual hobbies of Fishing, Bug-Catching, and Fossil-Hunting, Truffles will commonly file requests with the Player regarding a search for certain fish and bugs which carry a "cute" appeal in which she can keep as a favourite pet. Truffles tends to be on the sensitive side of the emotional spectrum, and can be easily offended in the same way Snooty villagers can be (the only difference is that Truffles simply becomes depressed while Snooty villagers will resort to rudeness). Yet due to her blissful nature, Truffles easily forgives and forgets with little to no strain or effort at all. In the Nintendo DS's Animal Crossing: Wild World, Truffles reads her all-time favourite fashion magazine known as "Ms. Nintendique", an obvious referenced to the Nintendo company.

[edit] Appearance

Truffles carries the generic pig-related attribute of an entirely pink body, although there are some defining characteristics which set her apart from the others. First of all, she has a crop of dark brown, short-cut hair on top of her head and bright red cheeks. She has beady little eyes and large eyebrows curved into a rather misheivous expression. Her thin, wide mouth curved into a slight smile aids her suspicious-looking facial feature.


[edit] House

[edit] Name Meaning

Even though "truffle" refers to a type of chocolate, this name was more than likely meant to play on the term "troff", which is a basin that pigs raised on farms typically eat out of.

Related Threads

Freaky Truffles???? - last post by @ Feb 22, 2008
Truffles is being so mean! I want her out for ever! - last post by @ Jul 12, 2007
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