|Initial Phrase:||"rah rah" |
|Initial Clothes:||"No. 4 Shirt" |
|Pic Quote:||"This one goes out to all my fans!"|
Animal Forest e+,
Animal Crossing: Wild World,
Animal Crossing: City Folk
Pompom (のりっぺ, Norippe) is a peppy, duck villager who has appeared in every Animal Crossing game. Her name does not relate to her species, but her initial phrase, "rah rah", relates to cheerleading, and because peppy villager aspire to become cheerleaders, it is likely her name and initial phrase make direct relation to the peppy personality - "rah rah" is a popular cheerleading chant and cheerleaders hold pom poms.
Pompom is a white duck with a bright yellow beak and orange webbed feet. She also has wide eyes with long lashes and chestnut hair. Her initial clothing is a No. 4 shirt, which is a pink shirt with a darker pink number 4 on it. This may also revolve around the aspiration to become a cheerleader.
Below is a brief description of the peppy personality. For more information, click here.
As a peppy villager, she will have the tendency to overreact in conversations about trivial subjects such as appearing in competitions and the chance of her losing. This sometimes triggers her to ask for a certain item of clothing or furniture which she needs to enter a competition. She, like other peppy villagers, will rarely be discouraged from doing anything, including the usual hobbies. She will also have a short attention span, which means she will soon forget arguments or tasks given to the player which were not completed. Pompom often asks; "Sooo, how am I dressed today?" The player is presented with a slide-bar indicating Kinda slobby... and Super formal!. Moving the bar close to Super formal! will make Pompom happy, thus giving a good chance of receiving her picture (in Wild World only). She will ask you to get her lovely furniture.
Pompom keeps a small TV, cream sofa, a kitchen tile floor, parlor wallpaper, a daffodil table, and nursery furniture, making her home very bright and cheery. Pompom collects cabin furniture and will ask the player to get some for her. She does not initially have a stereo in her house, but once she has obtained one it will play K.K. Jazz. In Animal Crossing: Wild World she has a sink, a retro fridge, a classic bed, an elephant slide, a yellow bar shirt, a baby's cradle, a cream sofa, a lovely dresser, an old fashioned TV and a tulip table.