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Bunnie Gallery

Come on! Get amped!
― Picture quote, Wild World

Bunnie (リリアン, Ririan?, Lilian) is a peppy rabbit villager from the Animal Crossing series. Her English name comes from the type of animal she is, a bunny, as well as another English name, Bonnie. Her catchphrase is a phrase that matches her peppy personality. Her design is based on the ringo usagi, a method of cutting apples to make them look like rabbits.

She is on the back of the City Folk game box, appearing to be running. She also appears on the cover of New Horizons. She has appeared in every game to date. She appears on the album covers for Mr. K.K., K.K. Country, and Animal City. She has the fashion hobby. She appears in the Animal Crossing track for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.


Bunnie GC

Bunnie in Animal Crossing

Bunnie is an orange rabbit with a creamy beige face, all of her torso until the hips, and arms that are tipped the same color as her head; her bunny tail and legs are the same color, too. Her face has pink blush and a nice, welcoming smile. Her eyelashes are styled in a pointy diamond-like way, with her eyes being mostly round, and her ears are peachy orange on the inside.

Her initial shirt in the N64 and GCN versions is a flicker shirt. She wears a jade check shirt from Wild World to Pocket Camp. In New Horizons, this changes to a jade check dress.


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

Peppy villagers appear to be in a good mood often and are easy to become friends with. As a peppy villager, Bunnie will have the tendency to over-react in conversations about trivial subjects, and will usually be over-excited to see the player or other villagers. This villager, like other peppy villagers, will rarely be discouraged from doing anything, including the usual hobbies. Peppy villagers dream of becoming famous in the future and read Ms. Nintendique, an unseen magazine read by snooty, normal, and other peppy villagers in the Animal Crossing series. Peppy villagers will also have a very short attention span, which means they soon forget some arguments or tasks given to the player which weren't completed. Bunnie may easily get upset in conversation when the wrong things are said. She will get along well with other villagers, particularly lazy, normal, jock, sisterly, and other peppy villagers, but she may annoy and upset cranky and snooty villagers, whose personalities differ to hers. Due to the nature of peppy villagers, she may mention how "old" or "boring" cranky villagers are compared to her opposing, upbeat personality.


From Animal Forest to City Folk, Bunnie's house has stayed mostly the same, with a few minor changes in the installments. She has many pieces from the lovely series and the regal series, such as the lovely end table, regal vanity, and lovely chair. Other furniture in the N64 and GCN games includes the Papa bear and two shirts, the red check shirt and the candy gingham tee with a lovely stereo in the back of her house.

In Wild World and City Folk, she has the Mama bear and the green bed. Her choice of flooring and wallpaper is the wood paneling on her walls and a parquet floor in all games except for New Leaf.

In New Leaf, Bunnie's house has changed drastically from the past games, with a much more modern theme and lacking furniture from the lovely series. She has different pieces of furniture that helps add a modern theme towards her house, including two regal sofas, a pine table with a Mama bear, a small and medium magazine rack, and a house plant. Other furniture in her home includes an upright piano, a conductor's stand, and a retro stereo. For her choice of flooring and wallpaper, she has the citrus wall and the flower pop carpet.

In every game until New Horizons, Bunnie has either a retro stereo or a lovely stereo (N64 and GCN) that has K.K. Aria playing on it.

In New Horizons, the exterior of her house is white with tan trim, has a yellow door and and red roof. The interior consists of a pink and purple polka dot wall and white planked flooring. Bunnie focuses on the theme of pink furniture and decorations which consists of a pink mirror, a pink bed with a plaid pink and purple cover, a dresser, magazine rack, dish rack with pink dishes, pink and red tea set, and pink mat with brown bears and a house decal. She also has a red workbench, a white stove, red boom box, an apple TV along with a dress and rug, a bulletin board, and a bunch of white wood furniture such as her wardrobe and table.

GC Bunnie House
Animal Crossing (interior)
WW Bunnie House CF Bunnie House
Wild World (interior) City Folk (interior)
NL Bunnie House NL Bunnie House Ext
New Leaf (interior) New Leaf (exterior)
NH Bunnie House NH Bunnie House Ext
New Horizons (interior) New Horizons (exterior)

Pocket Camp[]

Bunnie was released with Pocket Camp on October 25, 2017.

Bunnie's preferred theme is cute, and she primarily gives wood as a reward. Her profile reads:

❝ She's fun to be around, but her friends can never shake the sensation that they're not quite on the same page as Bunnie, no matter what they're doing together.❞

Campsite Invitation Requirements[]

Friendship Level: 3

Furniture/Item Required Materials Price (Bells) Craft Time
Baby Bear 6 cotton, 3 friend powder 640 3 minutes
Cute Rug 6 cotton 220 3 minutes
Round-Cloth Table 3 wood, 3 cotton 280 3 minutes
Caladium 3 wood, 3 cotton 660 3 minutes
Lovely Chair (basic) 60 steel 1480 7 hours

Friendship Rewards[]

  • At level 7 friendship, she will reward the player with a jade plaid tee and sparkle stones (x1).
  • At level 9, she will reward the player with sparkle stones (x1).
  • At level 15, she will request that the player craft an upright piano.
  • At level 20, she will reward the player with a pic of Bunnie and sparkle stones (x1).
  • At level 25, she will reward the player with sparkle stones (x1).
  • At level 30, she will reward the player with sparkle stones (x1).
  • At level 35, she will reward the player with sparkle stones (x1).
  • At level 40, she will reward the player with sparkle stones (x1).
  • At level 45, she will reward the player with sparkle stones (x1).
  • At level 50, she will reward the player with sparkle stones (x1).
  • At level 55, she will reward the player with sparkle stones (x1).
  • At level 60, she will reward the player with sparkle stones (x1).
  • At level 65, she will reward the player with sparkle stones (x1).
  • At level 70, she will reward the player with sparkle stones (x1).


e-Card [1]
Ac A020 Screen Shot
The back of Bunnie's e-reader card
#020 Bunnie
Gender Female
Type Rabbit
Star sign Taurus
Clothes Flicker shirt
Petphrase tee-hee
Password iXAyT7BbF%w4wE
Profile Mention Bunnie's name to anyone who knows her and you'll get nothing but good vibes in return. It's amazing how far a sparkle in your eye and a smile on your face can get you these days.
Bunnie's e-reader card
019 Bliss #020 Bunnie 021 O'Hare

amiibo Card[]

amiibo Card[2]
Amiibo card back
#087 Bunnie
Type Rabbit
Star sign Taurus
Birthday 5/9
Roll value 2
Hand sign Paper
Request A perpetual birthday party
Amiibo 087 Bunnie
086 Chief #087 Bunnie 088 Clay

LEGO Animal Crossing[]


Animal Crossing minifigures

Bunnie appears in the first teaser for the LEGO Animal Crossing theme, which was announced on 5th October 2023. Nintendo of America has made a post on their Twitter account,[3] as did other global divisions of Nintendo.


  • In New Horizons, Bunnie's preferred style is Cute, and her preferred colors are Green/Pink.
  • For the LEGO Animal Crossing teaser on 5th October 2023, Bunnie is second on the left in the row of LEGO mini-figures.

In other languages[]

Language Name Translation
Japan Japanese リリアン Ririan -
France French Clara -
Spain Spanish Coni -
Germany German Mimmi -
Italy Italian Bonny -
The Netherlands Dutch Bunnie -
Russia Russian Банни Bunny -
China Chinese 莉莉安 Lìlìān -
South Korea Korean 릴리안 Rillian -