“You have to do your part, too! The pretty flowers only grow where there are no weeds or garbage!”
― Felicity, City Folk
Felicity (みかっち, Mikacchi?) is a peppy cat villager who first appeared Animal Forest e+, and reappears in City Folk. Her chosen name is similar to Felis, which is the real-world scientific genus of many cats, and the name Felicity, a popular girl name. The word Felicity also means happiness. Her initial phrase could be a reference to her personality type, as it appears to be singing. She has the fashion hobby.
Felicity is a cat with creamy white fur, and reddish-brown hair. Felicity has lovely pink cheeks and big eyes. Her pupils are usually black, but turn red when she is surprised. Her ears are pink inside, and she has a small red nose. She looks similar to Merry, another cat villager, and initially wears the Dapper Shirt.
|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, Felicity 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. Felicity 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.
In City Folk and New Leaf, Felicity's house has an outdoor theme and a living room theme. Her choice of furniture, such as the pine table, pine chairs, and a sink gives her abode the feel of a typical household. Felicity has the meadow vista and daisy meadow as her choice of wallpaper and flooring, respectively. If she is given a stereo, it will play K.K. Lullaby.
In New Horizons, Felicity's house is remarkably similar to her houses in previous games, although bordering more on the naturalistic theme. Many of the furniture items in her home are DIY pieces, such as the birdhouse, red birdbath, white wood stool, as well as white iron garden chair, table, and bench. She also has a hammock, two white-potted cypress trees, a red brick garden faucet, and a yellow cute music player which plays K.K. Stroll. Her wallpaper is an animated version of the Backyard-fence Wall, and her flooring remains the Daisy Meadow.
|Animal Forest e+ (interior)||City Folk (interior)|
|New Leaf (interior)||New Leaf (exterior)|
|New Horizons (interior)||New Horizons (exterior)|
Felicity was added to Pocket Camp in the August 23, 2020 update.
Felicity's preferred theme is cute, and she primarily gives wood as a reward. Her profile reads:
- ❝ Felicity gets along well with the elderly because she believes there's a lot she can learn from older folks. But most of the time SHE ends up giving THEM life advice.❞
Campsite Invitation Requirements
Friendship Level: 0
- At level 7 friendship, she will reward the player with a dapper tee and sparkle stones (x1).
- At level 9, she will reward the player with sparkle stones (x1).
- At level 15, she will request the player to craft a lovely end table.
- At level 20, she will reward the player with a pic of Felicity 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).
Translation of E-Card (Back)
|Clothes||きいろツイードのふく||Yellow Tweed Clothes|
|Description||「あたい、年上のヒ卜がすき！コトブキ様みたいな、ね」そっかー、みかっちってば年上の男性が好きなのかー。・・・って、年上すぎるよ！||"I like older people! Like Tortimer, mimimi!" I see, Felicity likes older men... But that's too old!|
|Favorite Proverb||恋に上下の隔てなし||There is no hierarchical separation in love|
(Love can happen even between people of different social status.)
- Felicity is similar to the real-word Scientific name for cats called "Felis" and is also a popular feminine name.
- Mikacchi is a combination of みか, beautiful in Japanese, and っち, a suffix to put on nicknames.
In other languages
|Peppy Villagers (NH)|
Agent S · Anabelle · Anicotti · Apple · Audie · Bangle · Bella · Bianca · Bluebear · Bonbon · Bubbles · Bunnie · Candi · Carmen · Chai · Cheri · Chrissy · Cookie · Dotty · Felicity · Flora · Freckles · Gabi · Ketchup · Maddie · Merry · Nibbles · Pango · Pate · Patty · Peanut · Peggy · Penelope · Pinky · Piper · Pippy · Pompom · Puddles · Rilla · Rio · Rosie · Ruby · Shino · Sprinkle · Tabby · Tammi · Tangy · Truffles · Tutu · Twiggy · Victoria · Wendy · Winnie