Ed (キザノホマレKizanohomare?) is a smug (formerly jock) horsevillager in the Animal Crossing series. He was absent from Wild World, but returns in City Folk. His name and species probably comes from Mr. Ed, a television show about a talking horse that aired in the early 1960s. His Spanish name is a pun on "crin" which means mane. He has the nature hobby.
Ed is a bright teal horse with bright yellow hair which covers his entire right eye and he has a white muzzle. He has purple eyelids with long eyelashes giving a false impression that he is female. Ed has a blue tail with a long, yellow, fuzzy tuft. In Animal Crossing, he wears a Mod Top, a shirt with large pink and purple stripes. In City Folk he wears a Lite Polka Shirt, a shirt that has several colored large polka dots.
Below is a brief description of the jock personality. For more information, click here.
Ed has a jock personality and has a great interest in sports and bodybuilding. Jock villagers are hyperactive and motivated but often come across as egotistical and dense. As a jock villager, Ed is very interested in his hobby, and may compete against the player at catching bugs and fish. Jock villagers get along with peppy, cranky and sisterly villagers, but conflict with the laid-back lifestyle of lazy villagers. Snooty villagers may also be difficult to get along with for Ed.
Below is a brief description of the smug personality. For more information, click here.
Smug villagers are very polite, kind, and gentleman-like. As a smug villager, Ed will get along easily with other villagers. Smug villagers get along well with most villagers, their personality appearing to be a mix of the other personality types. As a smug villager he will stroke his ego from time to time, going on about how cool he is.
In Animal Crossing, Ed's house has the Modern Series in it. He owns many Modern items, such as the bed, the chair, the wardrobe, and the lamp, which is dispayed on top of a Modern End Table. He also owns a Gold Stereo playing K.K. Love Song, as well as a globe. His wallpaper is the Modern Wall, and his flooring is the Modern Tile.
Ed's house in City Folk is similar to his Animal Crossing house. He still has Modern items, but a lot less of them. Ed now only owns the Modern bed, table, end table, lamp, and wardrobe. He also owns a bonsai, and a random, out of place Green Chair. His wallpaper and flooring are unchanged from the last game.
In New Leaf, Ed's house has changed to feature the Classic Series. He now has a Classic Bed, a Classic Buffet, and a Classic Vanity. He also owns two plants, and a rocking horse, referencing his species. Ed also owns a Cream Sofa. His High-End Stereo plays K.K. Ballad.
In New Horizons, Ed's house is very classy, with posh brown furniture and subtle dark blue wallpaper. His house features an antique bed, an antique console table, a couch, a fireplace, a shower, and retro stereo which plays K.K. Ballad. On top of the fireplace is his photo. The southwest corner of his house is empty, though he will put an ironwood crafting table in it when he's crafting.