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Author Topic: Animal Crossing: Mitzi RULES!  (Read 2577 times)
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« on: November 18, 2008, 07:58:35 PM »

My brother's favorite Animal Crossing character is Mitzi (I guess I like her too), the cat with the blue face.

When we started the GameCube game, she was one of the original villagers, and she lived in the most northwestern house.

When we started Wild World, I can't remember why I restarted the game only once shortly after starting (I think I didn't like how my character looked or something) but then Mitzi was back, also in the northwestern house.  o_0

Now we've started City Folk, and my brother was determined to make sure Mitzi continued to live with us.  This time we did some deliberate restarts (take that, Mr. Resetti!) and we were going to settle with whenever Mitzi showed up.  And she did.  In the most northwestern house!  0_0

(Oh, yeah, we also got two other villagers we remember from when we played the GameCube version.)

Mitzi will forever be one of the faces of Animal Crossing to us, apparently, just as much as Tom Nook or K.K. Slider.

(Funny how she's on the screenshot about "Meet the neighbors." on the back of the City Folk case, too.  Tongue)
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