Fuchsia (ジェシカ,Jeshika?, Jessica) is a sisterlydeervillager introduced in New Leaf. Her name comes from her fur color, fuchsia, while her Japanese name is the English name Jessica, which contains the word シカ (shika) meaning "deer", written in Japanese. She appears on the cover of New Horizons.
Fuchsia is a deer with a vibrant color scheme. She has a tuft of blond hair on her head. Her inner ears, nose, and eyes are a brilliant light blue, and so is her belly. Her hooves and the tip of her tail are a darker pink than the rest of her body, and her eye shadow is a lavender purple. She also has yellow ear piercings in both ears; two in her left, and one in her right.
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Fuchsia is a sisterly villager. When befriended, she will give the player fighting tips and teach them ways to relax. Fuchsia will also give the player medicine if they are stung by a bee. Like all sisterly villagers, Fuchsia is tough, but she will still care deeply about her appearance. Fuchsia has a tendency to stay up very late at night. It is easy to get her picture since developing friendships with sisterly villagers is simple due to her caring and protective nature.
Fuchsia will treat the player with respect and will even offer to fight off anyone giving the player trouble. Fuchsia may get along with jock villagers who share her love of sports, lazy villagers for how laid-back they are, and peppy villagers. However, she may conflict with snooty and cranky villagers, who spread rumors about others, and she may have trouble getting along with normal villagers.
Fuchsia's house has a very rock and roll feel. She has three pieces of the Modern Series, the bed, the dresser, and the table. On her Modern Table, she has a makeup case and a candy jar. She also has a High-End Stereo that plays K.K. Rock. Her flooring is the Flower Pop Carpet, and her wallpaper is the Flower Pop Wall.
Her initial phrase was changed from "girlfriend" to "precious" in New Horizons and later in Pocket Camp v3.3.0. It is unknown why it was changed but it was suggested to make it gender-neutral and not only towards female villagers.