Despite her name, Pango doesn't resemble a pangolin. She is a bright blue anteater with a sea-green muzzle and paws, wearing purple eye shadow. Pango also has purple lining at the tip of her tail. She has a long nose, big black eyes (slightly blue in New Horizons), and long black eyelashes. Due to her make-up, she may be confused for a snooty villager. She initially wears a Subdued-Print Tee, and she carries a Picnic Umbrella when it rains.
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Peppy villagers appear to be in a good mood often and are easy to become friends with. As a peppy villager, Pango 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. Pango 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.
Her house is a mix of brown furniture from many different furniture series'. Her carpet is the Exotic Rug and the wallpaper is the Lattice Wall. In all the versions, except for New Horizons where she has K.K. Oasis, she has K.K. Casbah playing on her stereo. She has one gyroid, the mega bowtoid.
Who knows where it started, but the rumor around town is that Pango wants to buy a pyramid. Now, raises a couple of big questions. For one, who sells pyramids? And for another how would Pango possibly afford one?