BirthdayFebruary 16th
AppearancesAnimal Crossing: Wild World, Animal Crossing: City Folk
Original Shirt"Tropical Shirt "
House MusicAloha K.K..

Anabelle (Japanese name: あるみ, Aluminum) is a yellow Anteater with a white underside. She appeared in Animal Crossing: Wild World and made a return in Animal Crossing: City Folk. She has orange ears with pink and purple colored centers. The tip of her arms and legs are a very dark purple color.


[edit] Personality

Anabelle is peppy, which means that she is often excited about things and she loves to talk. Annabelle will constantly ask you to deliver gifts for her or to find her a certain item, which can get a little tedious after a while. She has been known to initiate games of hide and seek with the player. Anabelle is also a homebody, and you will often find her inside of her humble adobe rather than outside gardening or catching bugs. She also gossips a lot about other players and dreams about ruling the world, both traits of the snooty villagers.

[edit] Appearance

Anabelle is a yellowish-orange anteater with portions of solid orange running down from the tip of her snout to the back of her head. Her ears, hands, and feet are tipped with purple and the fur is completely white under her chin and on the insides of her legs and arms.

[edit] House

Anabelle's house is filled with various items from the Cabana Series. She also has a stereo in her room and loves to hear K.K. Slider in the background. Other pieces of her furniture include items from the Bits and Bobs Set and other items from other random furniture sets. Her house is a bit messy with things cluttered around in different areas.

[edit] Name Meaning

Annabelle means "easy to love". Because of her peppy personality and her energetic ways, this is quite true about Annabelle. As you get more acquainted with her, the meaning of her name will seem right on target.

[edit] Trivia

  • Anabelle has an unusual lower tone of voice than normal peppy villagers.
Last edited by Midnight on 25 October 2012 at 00:46
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