|Villager Name||Scarlet (ACCF)|
|Town Name||Red Rose (ACCF)|
|Friend Code||3094 4125 7395|
|Owned Games||Animal Crossing Animal Crossing: City Folk|
|Favorite Villagers||Rosie Caroline|
|Favorite Characters||K.K. Slider Sable|
|Favorite Species||Cat Spirit|
|Favorite Furniture||Classic Series Kitchen Set|
|Favorite Bugs||Agrias Butterfly Pillbug|
|Favorite Fish||Clownfish Surgeonfish|
|Favorite Painting||Calm Painting|
|Favorite Flower||Red Rose
Hello Animal Crossing Wiki, I'm SSBB Crazy! I really enjoy working on the Wiki because I feel like Animal Crossing is such a great game. My current projects are finishing all the villager pages, all fish pages, all bug pages, all painting pages, and then going over and adding info. to every page that needs it. I hope we can all work together to get the AC Wiki pumped full of articles and better then all the other Neowikis, but don't forget my motto, "The more info. the better!" If I see any pages that lack in info. I'll probably go back and work on them in my free time.
Also below this is a list of information I have recorded from playing my games and I will constantly keep it updated, so if you need any of it while your creating a page feel free to copy and paste it. Theres not much there at the moment, but as I progress further into the game it will start to become fuller. The one problem is that I've already caught and donated some bugs/fish/fossils before this, so I might not be able to get a totally complete list, but I will try. Thanks, and hope it helps!
FEEL FREE TO USE THIS ON ANY PAGES YOU MAKE!
Player Bug Catch Phrases (ACCF)
AGRIAS BUTTERFLY: "So bright and beautiful!"
COMMON BUTTERFLY: "So white and charming!"
DARNER DRAGONFLY: "It's darn cute!"
DIVING BEETLE: "I give it a perfect 10!"
HONEYBEE: "Hey there, sweetie!"
MOSQUITO: "It's like a tiny vampire..."
LONG LOCUST: "Long time, no see?!"
RAJA BROOKE: "What a cute red collar!"
TIGER BUTTERFLY: "Here, kitty, kitty!"
YELLOW BUTTERFLY: "C'mere, yellow fellow!"
Player Fish Catch Phrases (ACCF)
ANGELFISH: "Where's its halo?"
BARBEL STEED: "What a noble steed, indeed!"
BLACK BASS: "Turn up the bass!"
BLUEGILL: "Now that takes some skill!"
BUTTERFLY FISH: "I didn't even have to use a net!"
CARP: "Pretty sharp!"
CATFISH: "Who's meowing now?!"
CHERRY SALMON: "This is definitely NOT the pits!"
CLOWNFISH: "Where's your red nose, hm?"
CRAWFISH: "Don't pinch me!"
CRUCIAN CARP: "I'm looking pretty sharp!"
EEL: "I'm just eel-lated!"
HORSE MACKEREL: "But it sounds fine to me!"
NEON TETRA: "I'd better put on some sunglasses!"
OCTOPUS: "Now it's a shockedopus!"
OLIVE FLOUNDER: "Hey, flatty bo batty!"
PALE CHUB: "Chub a dub dub!"
PIRANHA: "Bite the bait, not me!!"
RAINBOW TROUT: "Where's my pot of gold?!"
RED SNAPPER: "Snappity snap snap!"
SEA BASS: "Not you again!"
SEA HORSE: "Nay? Yay!"
SQUID: "Oh, yes, I squid!"
SURGEONFISH: "It's cobalt blue and beautiful!"'
ZEBRA TURKEYFISH: "Gobble gobble OW!"
Museum Donation Bug Comments (ACCF)
AGRIAS BUTTERFLY: "I must commend you for catching this particular type of butterfly! The agrias butterfly's atypical flight pattern has earned it the nickname 'King of the Butterflies.' It's such a swift flier that most enthusiasts who attempt to catch one rely on traps, eh wot? I daresay I'd lose a race with this flittering thing... Though I'd likely pass out from mortal revulsion first."
DARNER DRAGONFLY: "At first glance, the darner dragonfly, like all dragonflies, appears to be quite a sleek bug, wot? But in its larval stage, this bug is a beastly little carnivore... I suppose if one were being eaten, one wouldn't care if whoever was doing the devouring looked sleek..."
DIVING BEETLE: "While they're marginally less odious as adults...dive beetles are horrific in their larval stage! These wretched youths are twice the size of the adults and wield a large poison barb. Foul villainy! Then again, I suppose the adults aren't much better. They're both completely objectionable, really..."
MOSQUITO: "...Hoo, yes, are you aware that mosquitos serve as a vital source of information for the academic world? Indeed, many germs live inside of mosquitos and use them to travel across the entire globe. By understanding the living hosts to these germs, scientists may develop new treatments, eh wot?"
Museum Donation Fish Comments (ACCF)
ANGELFISH: "The distinctive shape of the angelfish lets is appear larger than it actually is. ...It's quite beautiful, and though it is a tropical fish, it has many tricks for staying alive, eh wot? Those skills make it far more resilient than other, pampered tropical fish. Perhaps this fact is what earned the angelfish the title 'Tropical Fish Queen.'"
BUTTERFLY FISH: "This is a butterflyfish, but the truth is that there are over 100 varieties of this creature... They live in the oceans of the far south, and easy variety has its own distinctive coloration. These fish are most often seen socializing in groups among stalks of coral. Rather chatty, wot?"
CATFISH: "Catfish are known the world over for their voracious appetites! They'll try to eat anything in one bite, up to and including things the same size of their bodies...or so I hear! The largest of these hungry fish can grow up to 40 inches in length... Imagine going down to the river and having one of those behemoths come at you! The horror!"
CHERRY SALMON: "The first thing you notice when looking at a cherry salmon in undoubtedly its green, polka-dot body, wot? All those different-sized dot overlapping each other... How very chic!"
EEL: "Eels are often thought of as river dwellers...but they actually go out to sea to lay their eggs, eh wot? If you can look past their slimy nature, you might notice they have round, expressive little eyes!"
NEON TETRA: "That metallic blue body! Hoo, that crimson tail! That pristine white belly! ...Now, THIS is what I call a tropical fish! No wonder this fish has the word "neon" in its name, eh wot? One of these should liven up the museum nicely!"
PIRANHA: "...Most people see piranhas as savage fish that enjoy tearing prey apart with their teeth... However, they're actually quite timid, wot wot? They're often treated like bad guys due to their scary faces. I hope we haven't hurt their feelings..."
RAINBOW TROUT: "Did you know the most popular bait used for rainbow-trout fishing is a few salmon eggs? Rather horrific when you remember that rainbow trout and salmon are related... Blech."
Museum Donation Painting Comments (ACCF)
BASIC PAINTING: "It's rather more of a basic painting than I'd imagined! Now I must find a spot with proper lighting to do this beauty justice. Huzzah!"
Menu Bug Descriptions (ACCF)
AGRIAS BUTTERFLY: "Fast and hard to catch, these are among the most lovely butterflies in the world!"
COMMON BUTTERFLY: "Though all look white to the naked eye, males and females are different colors."
DARNER DRAGONFLY: "These are also called "mosquito hawks" for their predatory habits."
DIVING BEETLE: "These are said to have short but strong pincers. Ouch!"
FLEA: "Females can lay up to 20 eggs a day and are usually bigger than the males."
HONEYBEE: "All worker bees are female. Their honey has an almost indefinite shelf life."
MOSQUITO: "These prefer type-O blood--its chemical structure is close to flower nectar."
LADYBUG: "Also called ladybirds or lady beetles, these help gardens by controlling pests."
LONG LOCUST: "The name for this insect comes from its elongated head."
MANTIS: " Exclusively predatory, these will attack insects larger than themselves."
MOLE CRICKET: "These live underground but can fly and swim. They're multitalented."
PONDSKATER: "For obvious reasons, these are also known as 'magic bugs'."
RAJA BROOKE: "Flashing black wings with bright green markings make it easy to identify."
SNAIL: "These grind their food up, using their 20,000 teeth like a file."
TIGER BUTTERFLY: "Wherever there are orange trees, these butterflies are likely to be found."
YELLOW BUTTERFLY: "All males of the species are white; female can have white or yellow wings."
Menu Fish Descriptions (ACCF)
ANGELFISH: "These tall fish extend their fins to make themselves look big to predators."
BARBEL STEED: "These are often compared to carp. Up close, the difference is clear."
BLACK BASS: Males protect the eggs, making this species easy to propagate."
BLUEGILL: "Their blue gills give these their name. The spines on their back backs protect them."
BUTTERFLY FISH: "These are said to use their bright colors to communicate with their peers."
CARP: "Preferring murky water, these suck mud from the bottom with their food."
CATFISH: "These nocturnal carnivores are also cannibals, so they're hard to farm-raise."
CHERRY SALMON: "Also called the seema, these live in freshwater and salt water."
CLOWNFISH: "These live within anemones. All are born male; some become female later on."
CRAWFISH: "These lobster relatives are known to propagate quickly."
CRUCIAN CARP: "The difference between these and carp is their lack of whiskers."
EEL: "Since they can breathe through their skin as long as it's wet, these can live on land."
FROG: "These need to be wet to survive... but they cannot survive in water."
GOLDFISH: "Selectively bred crucian carp, the majority of these were the result of mutations."
HORSE MACKEREL: "The small, hard scales on the outside of these fish are called 'scutes'."
KILLIFISH" "Once common to small rivers and waterways, it's now rare to find these in the wild."
KOI: "These carp are bred for viewing. Easy to raise, some can live up to 100 years."
LOACH: "These use their whiskers to taste the environment and search for food."
NEON TETRA: "A standard in many aquariums, these are easy to raise but hard to breed."
OCTOPUS: "People think octopi are red, but they change color to match surroundings."
OLIVE FLOUNDER: "These look like dabs, but the eyes migrate after birth to the left side."
PALE CHUB: "People who fish love this species, which can be caught year-round."
PIRANHA: "A shy species, these prefer to stay in groups. They're popular at aquarirums."
POPEYED GOLDFISH: "Though these have big eyes, their vision is quite poor."
RAINBOW TROUT: "Males of this species turn a vibrant rainbow color during the breeding period."
RED SNAPPER: "These will eat almost anything and can live up to 20 years."
SEA HORSE: "The female lays eggs on the male. It's his responsibility from then on."
SURGEONFISH: Usually found around reefs, these will hide if startled."
ZEBRA TURKEYFISH: "There's poison in those dorsal fins, so don't get stung! These fish are quite calm."