Lucy is a white pig with rosy pink cheeks. She has a bit of brown fringe and a pink nose. Her hooves and the insides of her ears are also pink. Her eyes are large with small white pupils and two noticeable eyelashes. She initially wears the Natty Tee. In Animal Forest, Lucy has a pink mouth and two pink blush marks on her cheeks, nothing else has changed.
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Lucy has a normal personality, and frequently acts kind towards the player. Normal villagers generally get along well with lazy, peppy, smug, snooty and other normal villagers. Lucy may conflict with cranky and sisterly villagers. As a normal villager, Lucy will usually wake up at 6:00 am and is easier to befriend than most. Both normal and peppy villagers reference an unseen friend known as Moppina.
In Animal Crossing and Animal Forest e+, Lucy's has the theme of a typical backyard lawn during summer. Her choice of flooring and wallpaper are both the Backyard Carpet and the Backyard Wall, and she has a few backyard themed items, like the picnic table and the kiddie pool. She also owns a Red Boombox that plays Aloha K.K.
In Wild World and City Folk, Lucy's house is very European in style, with items such as a glass-top table, an old sewing machine and an owl clock. She also owns two bonsai and a cream sofa. She initially owns no stereo, but if she obtains one, Comrade K.K. will play. Her wallpaper is the Chic Wall, and her flooring is the Tartan Rug.
Lucy's house in New Leaf is quite similar to her house in Wild World and City Folk. It still has a European style, but it gains some new items. She keeps her glass-top table, but there is now a dolly on top of it. She also owns a Classic Bed and an Exotic Screen, as well as a Hi-Fi Stereo that plays Comrade K.K. Her wallpaper is the Chic Wall, and her flooring is the Red Tile Floor.
In New Horizons, Lucy's house is recital themed. There is a grand piano in the back of the room with a flower stand on each side of it. There is a row of four folding chairs facing the piano. Behind the folding chairs, is a camcorder aimed at the piano and a classic table with a phonograph on it, which is playing K.K. Sonata. There are four red carpets on the floor that create the stage area and split the row of chairs. The wallpaper is the heavy-curtain wall and the flooring is the wooden-knot flooring.