An interesting, colorful character finally comes to Animal Crossing: New Horizons with her peculiar traits. Yeah… She is Coco who is the only villager whose face does not change with expressions. Coco is known as the villager who is technically not an animal, along with Stitches, Sprocket and some others.
Are you wondering some facts about Coco in Animal Crossing: New Horizons? If so, you’re at the right page now, as this post will show you some facts of Coco that you may not have known before. So, let’s get started finding out who Coco is in New Horizons!
Who Is Coco?
In New Horizons, Coco comes as a normal rabbit villager. Her English name comes from the word ‘coconut’, a fruit depicted with three holes. Based on the tradition of chocolate bunnies, her name may also refer to the word ‘chocolate’ (cocoa). The catchphrase of ‘Coco’ may also relate to the ‘boing’ sound most gyroids make. That refers to how rabbits are known for hopping.
In Animal Crossing, Coco is so far the only rabbit with a normal personality. Even though her eyes and mouth change shape and sizes, but her face does not change with expressions. Well, her lack of expression is reflected in her Wild World Picture quote.
Reportedly, Coco is named as one of the most popular Animal Crossing Villagers. According to blueplanetaquarium.com, Coco is ranked 3rd, after Marshall in the first rank and Bob in the second.
With a collection of 391 unique villagers that you will find in Animal Crossing, of course there are a massive range of options when it comes to who you choose to live on your island. In fact, the most popular villagers in Animal Crossing are male and 60% are female which are the most sought-after characters, including Coco.
Interestingly, from the different character traits within the game; normal and lazy personalities ranked highest, pointing that most players prefer a laid back vibe when it comes to their island neighbours. The other personalities which made the top 20 are snooty, peppy and smug.
In choosing villagers who will live on our island, you definitely need references about whether the character we choose is popular, or whether our character’s personality is good or bad. All things related to the character we choose are very important for you when choosing villagers who will live on our island.
Generally, Coco has a oriental and tranquil theme in all versions. She has no stereo initially, so she has no music playing, however if she receives one, it will play K.K. Dirge. Coco also has numerous items from different garden themes including an outdoor pool, the tall lantern and deer scare.
Moreover, she has an exotic chest and several house plants. She also has a shanty mat which can enhance the outdoorsy feel of the room.
In New Horizons, Coco’s house has a combination of non-craftable furniture if she is one of the villagers who moved in during the main storyline. Her house will also have the additional items which are crafted by the players during the island development storyline.
Her interior house consists of two stone stools, one stone table, one hay bed, old washtub, clothesline, two pitchers, one pot and tiki torches. Meanwhile, the exterior of her house looks tan with shades of mossy green and brown panels along the sides. The roof is beige which matches the wooden door. Coco’s walls are lined with floral rush-mat flooring and the rammed-earth wallpaper.
In Wild World, Coco’s house has a gorgeous chest, a rock pool, a screen, a plant, a rock person and two tall lanterns. She also has one gyroid, the Mega Rustoid.
In New Leaf, her house has two bonfires on each side of her room when the player first walks in. Coco also has five different gyroids, an exotic table which holds her white and brown pot, as well as two exotic screens on both sides of the room. In this version, Coco also has a Garden Wall as her wallpaper and a Shanty Mat as flooring.
Coco’s Favorite Color
In City Folk and New Leaf, Coco loves the Beige color, while in New Horizons, she likes Beige and Green. Her interest in beige is evident from the color she applies in her home, which is beige.
Coco is a tan rabbit with dark speckles. With her hollow eyes and mount, she is similar in appearance to a Gyroid. Coco’s face also resembles that of a player in the first Animal Crossing game which did not save their game while visiting another player’s village.
She basically wears a Misty Shirt and a Dawn Tee in City Folk, Wild World and New leaf. In her face, there are what appear to be stitches or creases around the top of her head. Her face was always expressionless, regardless of his emotions.
Coco comes to Animal Crossing with a normal personality. She often acts kind towards the player. She probably will get upset easily, where she is also a shy and caring villager. She also often compliments the player’s speed when she asks them for favors.
As we know, the normal villagers commonly get along well with smug, peppy, snooty and lazy villagers. She may conflict with cranky and sisterly villagers. Both peppy and normal villagers will reference an unseen friend which is known as Moppina.
Coco usually wakes up at 5 A.M, just like other normal villagers. She will appear inside towards the middle of the day. She loves catching bugs, hunting fossils, fishing and many more.
She probably becomes upset when speaking to a snooty or cranky villager, as their cruel nature makes them appear rude when talking about other villagers. She will get in touch with sisterly, smug, peppy, jock and lazy villagers which will appear sisterly or motherly towards them.
Additionally, she will enjoy talking to the players. She will then bounce back and grant them a present, if the players make her upset.
On my daily job, I am a software engineer, programmer & computer technician. My passion is assembling PC hardware, studying Operating System and all things related to computers technology. I also love to make short films for YouTube as a producer. More at about me…