|Initial Phrase:||"rrr-owch" |
|Initial Clothes:||"No. 23 Shirt" |
Animal Forest +
Animal Forest e+,
Animal Crossing: Wild World,
Animal Crossing: City Folk
Lucky (ラッキー) is a lazy, dog villager from the Animal Crossing series, where he has made an appearance in every game. His name comes from the fact that he has a full body cast and is still alive, making him "lucky". His picture quote is an exclamation people say when they hurt themselves and his catchphrase is the same thing, only he was barking.
Lucky is a dog that is in a full body cast. Many consider him to be mummified, while others consider his appearance to be the result of an unknown accident. His left eye is seen peeking through which is yellow, (no pupils) the bandages as well as his dark brown ears and tail. He wears the No. 23 Shirt, which is primarily white which matches his bandages, and wrapping around his head which is very similar to the head clothing, dressing. Some people even think he may just be disguised as a mummified dog and who knows what he really is under those bandages.
Below is a brief description of the lazy personality. For more information, click here.
Lazy villagers have a relaxed and laid-back approach to living in the village. They appear immature and naive, in the way they speak and talk about hobbies, particularly fashion. They find it easy to get along and talk to other villagers, including the player, particularly other lazy villagers and peppy villagers, who also share their childlike interests and approach to living in the village. Sweet villagers may appear motherly, or sisterly, towards him, but he may annoy them when he persuades them to make dinner. He may confuse jock villagers, who have an opposing lifestyle of health fitness, which conflict with their lifestyle. Snooty and cranky villagers will also get along well with Lucky, as they too prefer the slow paced lifestyle and outlook on life, though a snooty villager may get offended by any naive comments directed at them.
Lucky's house in Wild World has the ancient floor and wall, a sphinx, an asteroid, and some other items of furniture. If he has a stereo, it will play K.K. Dirge.