Huck is a gray frog with bright yellow cheeks. He has a crooked smile and a nose resembling a wart. His eyelids are blue and half-closed, emphasizing that he has a lazy (or smug in New Leaf) personality. He wore the Melon Gingham Shirt in every game prior to New Horizons, where his initial outfit changed to the striped tank.
Huck's personality changes from a lazy villager in Animal Crossing to a smug villager in New Leaf. Wants a Grey Carpet from Jingle.
Below is a brief description of the lazy personality. For more information, click here.
As a lazy villager, Huck will be friendly and easy to get along with due to his laid back lifestyle. Like all lazy villagers, he has a love of food and relaxing. He will enjoy partaking in the usual hobbies, usually for relaxing reasons or for food, like when fishing. Huck will get along well with other villagers, but may offend or confuse jock villagers, who have a lifestyle of exercise and fitness, which conflicts with the lazy lifestyle of relaxing and food. He will get along with other lazy villagers with whom he will talk about food, comics, or superheroes. He will also get along well with normal, peppy, smug and sisterly villagers, and occasionally cranky villagers, but may from time to time annoy snooty villagers, who disagree with the lazy lifestyle.
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, Huck 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.
Huck has always loved catching bugs, and his methods have evolved quite a bit since he was a kid. In his youth he only used his tongue, but he accidentally ate way too many of his catches. Now he uses a net.
Gray treefrogs are native to the eastern United States and southeastern Canada. They are gray to blend in with tree bark, but can change their color to green depending on where they are. They also have yellow markings around their legs. This is similar to how huck is gray, but has yellow cheeks.