Villager's Official Artwork
|Original Debut||Animal Forest (2001)|
|Smash Bros. Debut||3DS / Wii U|
|Brawl Tier||Not Tiered|
|Smash Bros. Information|
|3DS / Wii U||Starter|
|Side Move||Lloid Rocket|
|Up Move||Balloon Trip|
|Final Smash||Dream Home|
The Villager is a character from Animal Crossing series. He is the first character to appear from the Animal Crossing series in a Super Smash Brothers game as a playable character and will make his first appearance in Super Smash Brothers 3DS/Wii U for the Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo Wii U.
The Villager will use an array of tools that are found in the Animal Crossing as moves in Super Smash Brothers. He can use a shovel to bury his opponents, similar to the Pitfall item. He can also plant and grow trees at an accelerated rate and then can cut down with an axe to cause the full grown tree to hit his opponents. Another ability for the Villager is that he is able to snatch projectiles out of the air, like Mario's fireballs or Samus' missiles and then use them once against them. He will carry a bowling ball that he can drop to knock his opponents off the ledge. He uses a helmet with balloons attached to it that allow him to float mid-air for a few seconds. He will use a potted plant that he can run with and try to hit you with and also a slingshot that is used for projectiles and a pair of punching gloves for a melee attack.
The Villager would make an appearance in the background of the Smashville stage and as a trophy.
 Trophy Description
The male player character from Animal Crossing. He feels the need to set out on his own and move into town. Chatting with neighbors is a given, but there are a ton of other things to do as well, like collecting furniture, customizing rooms, catching fish and bugs, digging up fossils, etc. He may get bee stung or fall in a pit, but he still has fun.
 Ground Attacks
Normal Combo: Villager will put on boxing gloves and swing away at his opponents.
Side Attack: Villager swings an umbrella in front of him.
Up Attack: Villager stands on one foot and waves a stick above his head.
Crouch Attack: Villager pulls a weed out from the ground.
Dash Attack: Villager trips and drops a potted sapling in the process.
 Smash Attacks
Side Smash: Villager will hold a bowling ball high above his head, dropping it in front of him.
Up Smash: Villager will use fireworks to spray damage in the air above him.
Down Smash: Villager makes two stabs at the ground with his shovel, one in front and one behind. Characters hit become buried in the ground.
 Other attacks
To be added
 Aerial Attacks
Neutral Aerial: Villager will spin in a cartwheel, inflicting on damage on whatever opponents are within reach of his legs and arms.
Forward Aerial: Villager fires a pellet from his slingshot.
Back Aerial: Villager turns around and fires a pellet from his slingshot before facing front again.
Up Aerial: The villager will use a turnip to attack. One to three turnips will be withdrawn at random; the more turnips, the more damage Villager will do.
Down Aerial: The villager will use a turnip to attack. One to three turnips will be withdrawn at random; the more turnips, the more damage Villager will do.
 Grabs and Throws
Grab: Villager will swing his net at his opponents.
 Special Moves
Standard Special: Pocket
- Villager "pockets" nearby items or incoming projectiles for later use. Simply repeat the button again to withdraw the item or projectile previously pocketed.
Side Special: Lloid Rocket
- Villager will hop onto a Lloid-Rocket, riding it horizontally until coming into contact with something.
- Villager will put on a balloon-hat, enabling him to float higher and higher. Be careful, however - if your balloons are popped, down Villager will go!
Down Special: Timber
- Villager's down special is comprised of three stages: planting a seed, watering it, and using the tree that sprouts effectively as a shield or chopping-material to send Villager's opponents flying.
Side Taunt: Shrunk Funk Shuffle.
 Game Appearances
- Animal Crossing (GameCube)
- Animal Crossing: Wild World (Nintendo DS)
- Animal Crossing: City Folk (Wii)
- Animal Crossing: New Leaf (Nintendo 3DS)
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