Most gamers would agree to the fact that villagers in the Animal Crossing remain among the major attractions in Nintendo’s life simulating gaming franchise. What is interesting is that the villagers are of different personality types, each of them with their unique characteristics. This adds to the drama and excitement for players to have their interactions with these villagers.
The personality types can be located anywhere in a scale of normal to peppy and sometimes even cranky. It should be noted that there are as many as eight personality types for villagers in Animal Crossing: normal, peppy, smug, lazy, jock, cranky, snooty, and sisterly. Since Animal Crossing allows the user to have at best 10 villagers on their island, the best deal is to have at least one from each of these personality types.
Although there are close to 400 villagers present in the Animal Crossing, only some have received the undivided love and appreciation from gamers and one of them is Molly, the cute duck.
Who is Molly?
For the unversed, Molly happens to be a cute little yellow duck with black oval eyes and pink blush on her cheeks. She also has a golden yellow beak. While Molly’s head and wings are brown-coloured, her stomach appears white along with her yellow feet.
Furthermore, she has a normal personality type implying she can interact with peppy and sisterly villagers but has a hard time with smug and cranky ones. She also enjoys the nature hobby and can be spotted reading a book pertaining to a subject of her interest. She has previously appeared in Animal Crossing: New Leaf.