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Aisle
Aisle
Gender Male
Personality Lazy
Species Cub
Initial phrase "あーあ"
Initial clothes Blue Grid Shirt
Favourite song K.K. Technopop
Debut Dōbutsu no Mori e+

Aisle (Japanese: アイル Airu) is a lazy cub villager from the Animal Crossing series. Canonically, he has only appeared in the Japan-exclusive title Dōbutsu no Mori e+.

AppearanceEdit

Aisle wears a blue grid shirt. He is a blue cub with a white muzzle, white tips on his paws, and a white dot on his brown nose. He has a patch of brown hair on his head and there is pink outlined by brown in his ears.

HouseEdit

K.K. Technopop Cover

Aisle's house has four insects and six fish in his house and listens to "K.K. Technopop" on his dice stereo. He has a Spaceman Sam, Campfire and the Executive Toy, lastly he displays two gyroids. Ace had the same house in Animal Crossing, though with different wallpaper and carpet.

PersonalityEdit

Below is a brief description of the lazy personality. For more information, click here.
As a lazy villager, Aisle will be easy to get along with due to his laid back lifestyle. Like all lazy villagers, he shares an interest in food and relaxing. He will enjoy partaking in the usual hobbies, usually for relaxing reasons or for food (fishing). He will get along well with other villager types such as the normal villagers who act as a mother or elder sister figure and peppy villagers who appear to be around the same age. He may offend or confuse jock villagers, who have a conflicting lifestyle of exercise and fitness, who do not understand the reason behind the lazy lifestyle choice.

AppearancesEdit

My Animal CrossingEdit

Aisle appears as a lazy cub villager in the Wii U installment of the Animal Crossing series, My Animal Crossing; marking his first appearance outside Japan. In the game, Aisle often speaks about eating, as well as shopping for food. Aisle speaks with Japanese mannerisms, often adding the suffix -dono (lord) to the names of those he befriends. In the Japanese version, Aisle often adds Engrish phrases into his speech. In the English version of the game, his initial phrase is "eh".

Aisle often states that he's too busy to enjoy holidays with others, though will often be seen at celebrations. He enjoys Halloween, due to the candy he can receive for free.

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