“This isn't a dress I'm wearing, it's a muscle tee!”
― Picture quote, Wild World
Samson (ピース,Pīsu?, Peace) is a jockmousevillager from the Animal Crossing series. He has appeared in all of the games so far. His name may refer to the Japanese comic, Samson. His New Leaf picture quote is a reference to Theodore Roosevelt's famous words, "Speak softly and carry a big stick." His catchphrase, pipsqueak, is a reference to mice being small.
Samson is a grey colored mouse with black eyes. He has pink in the inside of his ears and a black nose. His tail has black stripes on it. His eyes and eyebrows are the same as Dora's, but with black eyes and dark grey eyebrows.
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Samson has a jock personality and has a great interest in sports and bodybuilding. Jock villagers are hyperactive and motivated, but often come across as self-centered and dense. As a jock villager, Samson is very interested in his hobby, and may compete against the player at catching bugs and fish. Jock villagers get along with peppy, cranky and sisterly villagers, but conflict with the laid-back lifestyle of lazy villagers. Snooty villagers may also be difficult to get along with for Samson.
His house does not have any particular theme, but he possesses a Dice Stereo and Kiddie floor. In City Folk, Samson has redone his house. He no longer possesses a Kiddie Stereo, but a White Boom Box instead. Also, in each game in the series, he always has two Melon Chairs, a red one and a yellow one. In Animal Forest, he has a tall nebuloid mega plinkoid blue umbrella and a stereo playing K.K. Casbah. In Animal Crossing, he listens to K.K. Ballad, but in Animal Forest e+, his favorite song was changed again, this time to Go K.K. Rider, which hasn't changed in subsequent games.
Above all other things, Samson loves to work out. He's suffered from an inferiority complex ever since he was a kid, mainly because he was the runt of the litter and a mouse, to boot. Do NOT tell him he looks scrawny.