Judy is a cub with pastel-colored fur with a white face and peach-colored ear innards. Her fur is pastel pink, light blue, and violet, creating a gradient effect. She has large sparkly, blue eyes that turn white with small dark blue irises when she's shocked or surprised, with cyan eye-shadow and slight pink blush.
|Below is a brief description of the snooty personality. For more information, click here.|
In New Horizons, Judy's house has a pale blue and grey brick exterior with a light reddish-pink door and deep blue shingled roof. The interior of her house is decorated with the complete wooden-block series (pastel) and an old-fashioned alarm clock, as well as strings of starry garland on the walls. She uses the starry wall for wallpaper and blue dot flooring for flooring.
|New Horizons (interior)||New Horizons (exterior)|
Judy's preferred theme is cute. Her profile says:
Judy’s eyes twinkle like two stars, lighting up the night sky! Rumor has it that wherever she goes, stardust follows. But, folks might just be seeing things...
Campsite Invitation Requirements
Friendship Level: 0
At level 7 friendship, she will reward you with a red riding dress and sparkle stones (x1).
At level 9, she will reward you with sparkle stones (x1).
At level 15, she will request that you craft a boxed figurine.
At level 20, she will reward you with pic of Judy and sparkle stones (x1).
At level 25, she will reward you with sparkle stones (x1).
At level 30, she will reward you with sparkle stones (x1).
At level 35, she will reward you with sparkle stones (x1).
At level 40, she will reward you with sparkle stones (x1).
At level 45, she will reward you with sparkle stones (x1).
- Judy is the first snooty cub since Cupcake.
- She, along with the other New Horizons villagers, were added to Pocket Camp in an update released the same day as the release of New Horizons
- Her Japanese name is derived from the kanji for "beauty" (美) and "bell" (鈴). She also shares her name with the Misuzu jelly candy sold and produced in the Nagano prefecture.
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