BirthdayFebruary 4th
AppearencesAnimal Crossing
Animal Crossing: Wild World
Animal Crossing: City Folk
Animal Crossing: New Leaf
Original ShirtArrow Shirt
Picture Inscription:"Don't jump to conclusions!"

Lily (Japanese name: レイニー, Rainy) is a Normal Frog Villager featured in Animal Crossing, Animal Crossing: Wild World, and Animal Crossing: City Folk and displays the rarely consider Normal personality. Unlike common resident catchphrases, her's has had noticable changes over time.


[edit] Personality

Lily is typically a bright and cheery amphibian to hang around, rarely being fazed by anything other than her seldomly shy attitude. She carries the normal personality, which is a neutral mix of peppy and jock, creating a happy, mellow, loving medium of a demeanor. Due to this, she is rarely offended and always get along with your character regardless of how much your efforts may attempt to deter this. Since she can't be as emotionless as her personality may make it seem to you at first glance, she still has an eye for cleanliness and often takes part in conversations regarding personal hygiene and attractive interior design. The only time you can commonly expect her to show an unpleased emotion is when she fears that she has offended you or somebody else.

[edit] Appearance

Lily carries subtle colours traditional to her species, dominant green with a white chin and large, rosy pink cheeks. The original clothing she wears is the Arrow Shirt.

[edit] House

[edit] Name Meaning

Lily, given your understanding of frog-related stereotypes, is a reference to the lily pad, a common component of this species' habitat which they commonly rest upon afloat calm, still bodies of water.

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