Wendy Gallery

YAY, I'm ready for, like, some serious shopping, lambkins!
― Wendy in the city, City Folk


Wendy (みぞれ, Mizore?), is a peppy sheep villager in the Animal Crossing series, who made her first appearance in City Folk. The origin of her name is mostly unknown, although it could be a reference to the word "Windy", which references her picture quote. She has the fashion hobby.

Appearance

Wendy in City Folk

Wendy is a sheep with bright, light blue wool, with a deep, darker blue on top of her head. She has yellow striped horns, a light brown skin tone with pink blush on her face, and has dark brown hooves. She initially wears the watermelon shirt, which she wears as a scarf, like all sheep in the Animal Crossing series (prior to New Horizons). In New Horizons, Wendy wears a watermelon tank. Wendy bears somewhat of a resemblance to Baabara.

Personality

Below is a brief description of the peppy personality. For more information, click here.

Peppy villagers appear to be in a good mood often and are easy to become friends with. As a peppy villager, Wendy 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. Wendy 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.

House

In City Folk, Wendy's house is themed similarly to a typical backyard. She has some items from the Citrus Set, along with the wallpaper, flooring, and some items from the Backyard Theme. She also has a weeping fig and a shaved-ice maker. Her high-end stereo plays K.K. Bossa.

In New Leaf, her house has changed; she now uses the lunar horizon wallpaper and the ski-slope floor. She has a grapefruit table and two kiwi stools from the citrus set; a pineapple bed and juicy-apple clock from the fruit set; a watermelon table, a retro fridge, two cupid's benches, an ice-cream case, and a shaved-ice maker. She has K.K. Bossa playing if she obtains a stereo.

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New Leaf (interior) New Leaf (exterior)
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New Horizons (interior) New Horizons (exterior)

Pocket Camp

Wendy's preferred theme is hip. Her profile says:

If you can't get your wool the way you want it, cut it all off and try again. That's how Wendy lives, and it's never sheared her wrong to date.

Campsite Invitation Requirements

Friendship Level: 7

Furniture/Item Required Items Price (Bells) Craft Time
Soft-Serve Lamp 15 preserves, 15 steel 1,400 4 hours
Kiwi Stool 6 preserves 410 1 minute
Tangerine Chair 30 preserves 1,500 1 hour
Citrus Rug 15 paper, 15 preserves 2,400 1 hour
Grapefruit Table 60 preserves 390 1 minute

Friendship Rewards

  • At level 7 friendship, she will reward the player with a watermelon tee and sparkle stones (x1).
  • At level 9, she will reward the player with sparkle stones (x1).
  • At level 15, she will request the player to craft an ice-cream case.
  • At level 20, she will reward the player with pic of Wendy and sparkle stones (x1).
  • At level 25, she will reward the player with sparkle stones (x1).
  • At level 30, she will reward the player with sparkle stones (x1).
  • At level 35, she will reward the player with sparkle stones (x1).
  • At level 40, she will reward the player with sparkle stones (x1).
  • At level 45, she will reward the player with sparkle stones (x1).
  • At level 50, she will reward the player with sparkle stones (x1).

amiibo Card

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Back
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#152 Wendy
Type Sheep
Star sign Leo
Birthday 8/15
Roll value 1
Hand sign Paper
Request A place to spin records
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151 Groucho #152 Wendy 153 Alfonso
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Trivia

  • Wendy's Japanese name, Mizore, means 'sleet', a form of icy precipitation, to which her picture quote is a possible reference to.
    • Her Chinese and Korean names both translate to "snowflake".
    • Her Spanish name translates to "flannel".
  • Along with Carmen, Wendy is one of the two peppy villagers to be introduced in City Folk.

In other languages

Wendy
Language Name
Japan Japanese みぞれ Mizore
France French Karen
Spain Spanish Franela
Germany German Wolli
Italy Italian Agnola
The Netherlands Dutch Wendy
China Chinese 雪花 Xuěhuā
South Korea Korean 눈송이 Nunsongi



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