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Gender: Male
Personality: Lazy
Species: Mouse
Birthday: June 30th
Initial Phrase: "eat it"
Initial Clothes: "Kiddie Shirt"
Pic Quote: N/A
Appearance(s): Animal Forest e+,
Animal Crossing: City Folk

Broccolo (ブロッコリー, Broccoli) is a young mouse villager with a lazy personality from the Animal Crossing Series. Originally appeared in Animal Forest e+, he was absent from Animal Crossing: Wild World and re-appeared in Animal Crossing: City Folk. His name and catchphrase, "eat it", are possible references to the vegetable broccoli, a vegetable that some children find intolerable. His catchphrase, eat it could be a reference to Weird Al Yankovic's song Just eat it.

Broccolo as he appears in Animal Forest e+.

Broccolo's e-reader card.


Broccolo2.png Broccolo is a blue mouse with straight brown hair and large ears with pink inside of them. He initially wears a kiddie shirt, which is different colored blocks stacked up.


Below is a brief description of the lazy personality. For more information, click here.

As a lazy villager, Broccolo will be easy to get along with due to his laid back lifestyle. Like all lazy villagers, he shares a love of food and relaxing, which other villagers, in particular jock villagers, will find annoying. He will enjoy partaking in the usual hobbies, usually for relaxing reasons or for food when he seen with a fishing rod. He will get along well with other lazy villagers, who he will discuss food and relaxation with, and he will also get along well with sweet villagers who appear to be the same sort of age (character wise). He will also get on with peppy villagers. Snooty and cranky villagers may get annoyed by his honest opinion on their appearance and the way they act (calling either of the two personalities).


Broccolo's house in Animal Forest e+.

In Animal Forest e+ Broccolo has the same house as Bob only with the Playroom Rug and the Playroom Wall.

Broccolo's house in Animal Crossing: City Folk.

In Animal Crossing: City Folk, his house doesn't really have a theme to it, but has a kiddie theme although. Template:Mouse