|Initial Phrase:||"sugarcube" |
|Initial Clothes:||"Number 1 shirt" |
|Pic Quote:||"CATERWAULING CARROT CAKE."|
|Appearance(s):||Animal Forest e+,|
Animal Crossing: Wild World,
Animal Crossing: City Folk
Victoria (セントアロー, Centaur) is a peppy, horse villager who appears in the Animal Crossing series. Her name is fairly ordinary, and may not relate to anything in her species or personality, though some speculate "victory" may have some involvement in her name, considering she looks like a race horse. Another idea is that her name comes from the Victorian Derby, or that she maybe based on the famous Victoria Park Horse. Her initial phrase, "sugarcube", relates to the horse species, where sugarcubes are given to a horse as a treat. She was originally in Animal Forest e+, and later reappeared in Animal Crossing: Wild World and Animal Crossing: City Folk like Frobert the frog, another villager from Animal Crossing Series.
She is a chestnut-colored race horse wearing a yellow blinker hood. She wears a one-ball shirt, which matches her blinker hood. She has extremely large, round, dark eyes with long eyelashes. Also, her lower nose and ears are darker than the rest of her head.
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As a peppy villager, Victoria will always be in a good mood. She will get along other villagers including the player, making it easy to befriend her and gain her picture in Animal Crossing Wild World. As with other peppy villagers, she loves candy and sweet food. Peppy villagers take offense quite easily, and may walk away upset rather than angry when the wrong things are said in a conversation between her and the player, or another villager. She may be the target for cranky villager jokes and pranks. And she likes to give gifts to the player.
In Animal Forest e+ She has the same house as Aurora's but her wall is the fence wall and the carpet is the daisy meadow. She plays K.K. Technopop on her stereo. In both Animal Crossing: Wild World and Animal Crossing: City Folk, she has a lovely couch, two tulip chairs, a tulip table, a watermelon table, two store fronts, a watering trough (from the same series), and a kitschy clock. She has K.K. Country playing on a red boom box.