"Never say neigh."
|Birthday||January 10th (Capricorn)|
|Initial phrase|| haaay|
|Initial clothes||Speedway Tee|
|Home request||A wood-inspired abode|
|Coffee|| Blue Mountain, |
The regular amount of milk,
Two spoonfuls of sugar
|Favorite song||Hypno K.K.|
|Regional names|| Bourrico |
“Mm hmm! This is my mitten, all right! I can smell the french fries I ate last time I wore it!”Papi (オカッピ, Okappi?) is a lazy horse villager that first appears in New Leaf. His Japanese name refers to his okapi-like appearance.
― Papi, New Leaf
Papi is light brown with a white face. His arms and legs are white with black stripes. His appearance suggests that he is an african wild donkey. However, he could also be an okapi, a close relative of the giraffe. He has black eyes, but when he is surprised or shocked, his eyes are the same as Isabelle's, and when he cries or does the 'mistaken' emotion, his eyes are the same as Stitches'.
Below is a brief description of the lazy personality. For more information, click here.
As a lazy villager, Papi likes food. He will often bring up the subject of random foods in regular conversation. After you get to know him, he is very hospitable and will share some of his dreams, such as a comic book writer and hero. He is a lover of fruit, and will often ask for different types of fruit. He can be found wandering around the town, sometimes carrying a fishing rod, or net, though rarely actually fishing or trying to catch bugs. His catchphrase may be confused with Jay's, which is "Heeeey."