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Working out is a great hobby to enjoy. You can have fun and become healthier at the same time! Who wouldn’t love that? You could subscribe to a strict workout regime full of crunches, pushups, and more. Or you could add a tiny routine in your daily tasks to accomplish. Working out is awesome, and the jock villagers in Animal Crossing also think the same way.
They love sweating themselves out, always grinding and hustling. They love to see their muscles improve as time passes on. Still, they are lovely to be friends with. They are a ton of fun to talk to. If you want jock villagers on your island, here is a complete guide full of necessary details about them.
What Are Jock Villagers?
The term “jock” revolves around the concept of sportsmanship. Calling someone a jock is the same as calling them a sporty person. It has been in use in America quite recently. So, applying the same logic, jock villagers are energetic villagers who love working out. They love doing physical sports like basketball. They even tell others about their interest in working out, too. They are also known as athletic or sporty villagers.
As of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, there are a total of 79 jock villagers. However, not all of them appear in the game. Out of the 79 jock villagers, only 57 are in New Horizons. They are significant villagers, as they are one of the two starting villagers on an island. Furthermore, three villagers used to be jocks. Now, their personality has changed. They have a loud voice and often use slang words such as “bro” or “yo”.
The Behavior of Jock Villagers
Jock villagers are energetic sports enthusiasts. When you talk to them, they will more often than not mention all about their workout routine or the sports they play. They are always on the lookout for news about sports. To add, they are also always pushing their interests unto others. They would ask the player sometimes if they are training hard. As mentioned, they love using slang words like “bro” or “yo”.
By the time the term “jock” got popular, a stereotype was added into the mix. They are often stereotyped as being stupid. This is on par with their obsession with working out. According to the stereotype, they work so much for their bodies that they forget to train their mind at all. The same stereotype applies to jock villagers. They are portrayed as dumb. They would mistakenly refer to the brain as “the Brian”. They would even forget the concept of Rock, Paper, Scissors.
They have one love in mind, and that is sports. Other hobbies such as fashion are only second when compared to it. When you become friends with them, they would make you feel like they are a big brother to you. They are strong and reliable. They would give out pep talks to the player at times. During town events, they would usually get fired up and become competitive. In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, they would mention their love for protein shakes.
Sleep Schedule of Jock Villagers
The time jock villagers wake up and go to sleep is different across the games of the series. In the first game, Animal Crossing, they are asleep at 1 AM. They are awake at 5:30 AM. In Animal Crossing: Wild World and Animal Crossing: City Folk, they are asleep at 2 AM. The time they wake up is a bit later: 6:30 AM.
In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, they are asleep at midnight. This time, they are awake at 7 AM. In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, they are asleep at 12:30 AM. They are awake at 6:30 AM once again. Below is a summary of the sleep schedule.
|Animal Crossing||Animal Crossing: Wild World||Animal Crossing: City Folk||Animal Crossing: New Leaf||Animal Crossing: New Horizons|
|The time they go to sleep||12 AM||2 AM||2 AM||12 AM||12:30 AM|
|The time they wake up||7 AM||8 AM||8 AM||7 AM||6:30 AM|
Relationships Between Jock Villagers
Jock villagers have a hard time gaining camaraderie with other villagers. Because of their overbearing nature and their love for working out, they can get on others’ nerves quickly. Lazy villagers are an example of just that. Lazy villagers have a laid-back and relaxed lifestyle. Seeing others going through hard work stresses them out. Due to their differing lifestyles, they would be at a loss for words when they are conversing with each other.
Snooty villagers can also get mad with jocks. As jocks would often question the fitness of other villagers, the snooty villagers would get mad. To them, they think it is an insult to their lifestyle full of eloquence and high-end fashion. Another villager type that would get mad at jock villagers would be the cranky villagers. They find their hyperactive energy annoying and overbearing. Still, they would sometimes get along well with jock villagers.
Not everyone hates jock villagers, though. For example, peppy villagers can get along surprisingly well with jock villagers. Both of them have high energy and a hyper nature. As such, they would be fine with each other’s company thanks to their shared traits. Other jock villagers would also be a good fit for them. Being friends with someone of the same interests can be easy. Normal, big sisters, and smug villagers can be good friends with jock villagers.
List of Jock Villagers in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
|Name||Species||Birthday||Catchphrase||Favorite Color||Outfit Style||Debut|
|Ace||Bird||August 11||“ace”||Aqua||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Antonio||Anteater||October 20||“honk”||Aqua||Simple||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Axel||Elephant||March 23||“WHONK”||Green||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Bam||Deer||November 7||“kablang”||Brown||Active||Animal Crossing: New Leaf|
|Biff||Hippo||March 29||“squirt”||Black||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Bill||Duck||February 1||“quacko”||Blue||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Billy||Goat||March 25||“dagnaabit”||Blue||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Boone||Gorilla||September 12||“baboom”||Colorful||Cool||Animal Crossing: Wild World|
|Boots||Alligator||August 7||“munchie”||Colorful||Gorgeous||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Buck||Horse||April 4||“pardner”||Brown||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Bud||Lion||August 8||“shredded”||Green||Active||Animal Crossing|
|Coach||Bull||April 29||“stubble”||Red||Active||Animal Crossing: New Leaf|
|Cobb||Pig||October 7||“hot dog”||Blue||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Cousteau||Frog||December 17||“oui oui”||Green||Elegant||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Curly||Pig||July 26||“nyoink”||Colorful||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Dom||Sheep||March 18||“indeedaroo”||Colorful||Active||Animal Crossing: New Horizons|
|Drift||Frog||October 9||“dribbit”||Orange||Active||Animal Crossing|
|Flip||Monkey||November 21||“rerack”||Blue||Active||Animal Crossing: New Leaf|
|Frobert||Frog||February 8||“fribbit”||Blue||Active||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Genji||Rabbit||January 21||“mochi”||Green||Elegant||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Goose||Chicken||October 4||“buh-kay”||Blue||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Hamlet||Hamster||May 30||“hammie”||Blue||Active||Animal Crossing: New Leaf|
|Iggly||Penguin||November 2||“waddler”||Blue||Active||Animal Crossing: City Folk|
|Jay||Bird||July 17||“heeeeeyy”||Blue||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Jitters||Bird||February 2||“bzzert”||Yellow||Active||Animal Crossing: Wild World|
|Kevin||Pig||April 26||“weeweewee”||Black||Active||Animal Crossing: New Leaf|
|Kid Cat||Cat||August 1||“psst”||Red||Simple||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Kody||Bear cub||September 28||“grah grah”||Colorful||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Leonardo||Tiger||May 15||“flexin’”||Blue||Active||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Louie||Gorilla||March 26||“hoo hoo ha”||Gray||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Lyman||Koala||October 12||“chips”||Aqua||Active||Animal Crossing: New Leaf|
|Mac||Dog||November 11||“woof woof”||Black||Active||Animal Crossing: City Folk|
|Moose||Mouse||September 13||“shorty”||Purple||Cool||Animal Crossing: City Folk|
|Mott||Lion||July 10||“cagey”||Blue||Active||Animal Crossing: City Folk|
|Peck||Bird||July 25||“crunch”||Beige||Simple||Animal Crossing: New Leaf|
|Pierce||Eagle||January 8||“hawkeye”||Orange||Sporty||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Poncho||Bear cub||January 2||“li’l bear”||Orange||Simple||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Ribbot||Frog||February 13||“zzrrbbitt”||Aqua||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Roald||Penguin||January 5||“b-b-buddy”||Red||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Rod||Mouse||August 14||“ace”||Aqua||Active||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Rory||Lion||August 7||“capital”||Blue||Active||Animal Crossing: New Leaf|
|Rowan||Tiger||August 26||“mango”||Aqua||Active||Animal Crossing|
|Rudy||Cat||December 20||“mush”||Beige||Simple||Animal Crossing: New Leaf|
|Samson||Mouse||July 5||“pipsqueak”||Red||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Scoot||Duck||June 13||“zip zoom”||Beige||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Sheldon||Squirrel||February 26||“cardio”||Green||Active||Animal Crossing: New Leaf|
|Sly||Alligator||November 15||“hoo-rah”||Brown||Cool||Animal Crossing: New Leaf|
|Snake||Rabbit||November 3||“bunyip”||Black||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Sparro||Bird||November 20||“like whoa”||Gray||Simple||Animal Crossing: New Leaf|
|Sprocket||Ostrich||December 1||“zort”||Green||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Sterling||Eagle||December 11||“skraaaaw”||Blue||Simple||Animal Crossing: City Folk|
|Stinky||Cat||August 17||“GAAHHH”||Blue||Simple||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Tad||Frog||August 3||“sluuuurp”||Colorful||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Tank||Rhinoceros||May 6||“kerPOW”||Green||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Teddy||Bear||September 26||“grooof”||Yellow||Simple||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Tiansheng||Monkey||August 18||“wuwu”||Green||Cool||Animal Crossing: New Horizons|
|Tybalt||Tiger||August 19||“grrrRAH”||Blue||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
Analysis of Jock Villagers in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Analysis on Birthdates
Most of the jock villagers have their birthdays in August. To be specific, there are 11 birthday celebrants in August. In November, there are seven villagers with birthdays. In February, March, July, and October, there are five villagers each. January, September, and December each have four villagers. In April and May, there are three each. June is the month with the least number of birthday celebrants. There is only one in June.
Additionally, there are seven pairs of jock villagers whose birthdays are chronologically next to each other. For example, Bill’s and Jitter’s birthdays are next to each other. Bill’s is on February 1 and Jitter’s is the day after that, February 2. Furthermore, two villagers share the same birthday. At the same time, a villager celebrates their birthday the next day. Below is a list of these villagers.
- Bill (February 1), Jitters (February 2)
- Billy (March 25), Louie (March 26)
- Peck (July 25), Curly (July 26)
- Boots (August 7) or Rory (August 7), Bud (August 8)
- Boone (September 12), Moose (Moose 13)
- Iggly (November 2), Snake (November 3)
- Sparro (November 20), Flip (November 21)
There are three villagers whose birthdays are next to each other. They are also listed down below.
- Stinky (August 17), Tiansheng (August 18), Tybalt (August 19)
There is only one pair of villagers who have the same birthday. They have been featured earlier. Still, Boots and Rory celebrate their birthdays on August 7. Moreover, below is a summary of the number of jock villagers born each month.
|Month||No. of Villagers||Villager||Birthday|
|August||11||Kid Cat||August 1|
Analysis on Species
Overall, there are 31 species in the population of jock villagers. The species with the most animals among them are birds and frogs. There are a total of five birds and five frogs who are jock villagers. Five villagers out of 57 would be 8.8% of the total population. 16 of the species only have one animal representing them. That would be about 51.6% of the total number of species. However, they would only make up 28.1% of the total number of animals.
The next species with the most animals among them are cats, lions, mice, pigs, and tigers. Each of them has three villagers. Combined, they make up 26.3% of the total population of jock villagers. As of the latest entry, Animal Crossing: New Horizons, there is only one species that do not have jock villagers. The species in question is the kangaroo villagers. Below is a list of the animals grouped into their respective species.
|Species||No. of Villagers||Villager||Birthday||Common Birth Month|
|Alligator||2||Boots||August 7||August (50%), November (50%)|
|Anteater||1||Antonio||October 20||October (100%)|
|Bear||1||Teddy||September 26||September (100%)|
|Bear cub||2||Poncho||January 2||January (50%), September (50%)|
|Bird||5||Jitters||February 2||July (40%), February (20%), August (20%), November (20%)|
|Bull||1||Coach||April 29||April (100%)|
|Cat||3||Kid Cat||August 1||August (66%), December (33%)|
|Chicken||1||Goose||October 4||October (100%)|
|Deer||1||Bam||November 7||November (100%)|
|Dog||1||Mac||November 11||November (100%)|
|Duck||2||Bill||February 1||February (50%), June (50%)|
|Eagle||2||Pierce||January 8||January (50%), December (50%)|
|Elephant||1||Axel||March 23||March (100%)|
|Frog||5||Frobert||February 8||February (40%), August (20%), October (20%), December (20%)|
|Goat||1||Billy||March 25||March (100%)|
|Gorilla||2||Louie||March 26||March (50%), September (50%)|
|Hamster||1||Hamlet||May 30||May (100%)|
|Hippo||1||Biff||March 29||March (100%)|
|Horse||1||Buck||April 4||April (100%)|
|Koala||1||Lyman||October 12||October (100%)|
|Lion||3||Mott||July 10||August (66%), July (33%)|
|Monkey||2||Tiansheng||August 18||August (50%), November (50%)|
|Mouse||3||Samson||July 5||July (33%), August (33%), September (33%)|
|Ostrich||1||Sprocket||December 1||December (100%)|
|Penguin||2||Roald||January 5||January (50%), November (50%)|
|Pig||3||Kevin||April 26||April (33%), July (33%), October (33%)|
|Rabbit||2||Genji||January 21||January (50%), November (50%)|
|Rhinoceros||1||Tank||May 6||May (100%)|
|Sheep||1||Dom||March 18||March (100%)|
|Squirrel||1||Sheldon||February 26||February (100%)|
|Tiger||3||Leonardo||May 15||August (66%), May (33%)|
Analysis on Favorite Color
Many of the jock villagers prefer the color blue. In total, there are 15 out of the 57 villagers who prefer it. However, that only makes up 26.3% of the total population. The next color with the most villagers preferring it would be green. It has been adored by eight jock villagers, which make up 14% of the entire population.
Next, the “colorful” color and aqua are adored by six jock villagers each. Black and red each have four. Beige, brown, and orange each have three. Two villagers adore the color yellow. The color with the least amount of villagers adoring it is purple. There is only one villager who loves the color purple. That is Moose the Mouse. Below is a summary of the ratio between favorite colors.
- Blue: 15 (26.3%)
- Green: 8 (14%)
- Aqua: 6 (10.5%)
- Colorful: 6 (10.5%)
- Black: 4 (8%)
- Red: 4 (6.35%)
- Green: 4 (6.35%)
- Red: 4 (6.35%)
- Black: 2 (3.2%)
- White: 2 (3.2%)
- Yellow: 2 (3.2%)
- Gray: 1 (1.55%)
Analysis on outfit style
In terms of style, most of the jock villagers prefer the Active outfit style. In total, 40 jock villagers prefer the Active outfit style out of 57 villagers. That makes up about 70.1% of the total population. Meanwhile, nine jock villagers adore the Simple outfit style. That makes up about 15.8% of the total population. Four prefer the Cool outfit style, which is 7% of the total population.
Two jock villagers prefer the Elegant outfit style. Finally, only one prefers the Gorgeous outfit style. Another one prefers the Sporty outfit style. Below is a summary of the ratio between preferred outfit styles.
- Active: 40 (70.1%)
- Simple: 9 (15.8%)
- Cool: 4 (7%)
- Elegant: 2 (3.5%)
- Gorgeous: 1 (1.8%)
- Sporty: 1 (1.8%)
Analysis on debut game
As expected, almost half of the jock villagers debuted in the first game, Doubutsu no Mori. 28 villagers got introduced in that game. Statistically, that is 49.1% of the jock villager population. The localization of the game, Animal Crossing, introduced three new villagers into the fray. When it went back to Japan as Doubutsu no Mori e+, it introduced an additional five jock villagers. That is about 8.8% of the population.
The next game, Animal Crossing: Wild World, introduced two new jock villagers. Animal Crossing: City Folk introduced five. The next installment, Animal Crossing: New Leaf, introduced a lot more. It introduced 12 new jock villagers, which make up 21% of the entire population. Finally, Animal Crossing: New Horizons introduced two. Below is a summary of the ratio on the debut games.
- Doubutsu no Mori: 28 (49.1%)
- Animal Crossing: 3 (5.3%)
- Doubutsu no Mori e+: 5 (8.8%)
- Animal Crossing: Wild World: 2 (3.5%)
- Animal Crossing: City Folk: 5 (8.8%)
- Animal Crossing: New Leaf: 12 (21%)
- Animal Crossing: New Horizons: 2 (3.5%)
List of jock villagers not in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
|Name||Species||Birthday||Catchphrase||Favorite Color||Outfit Style||Debut||Last appearance|
|Analog||Penguin||N/A||“だもんで”||N/A||Strange||Doubutsu no Mori e+||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Aziz||Lion||N/A||“RAWR”||N/A||Fresh||Doubutsu no Mori||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Champ||Monkey||June 4||“choo CHOO”||N/A||Funk||Animal Crossing: Wild World||Animal Crossing: City Folk|
|Fruity||Duck||N/A||“グァバ”||N/A||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori e+||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Gen||Sheep||N/A||“っしゃあ”||N/A||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori e+||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Hambo||Pig||N/A||“yo”||N/A||Gaudy||Doubutsu no Mori||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Hank||Chicken||N/A||“buhk buhk”||N/A||Striking||Doubutsu no Mori||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Hector||Chicken||N/A||“coo-HAH”||N/A||Strange||Doubutsu no Mori||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Holden||Hamster||June 11||“glue stick”||N/A||N/A||Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Welcome Amiibo||Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Welcome Amiibo|
|Iggy||Goat||N/A||“paaally”||N/A||Fresh||Doubutsu no Mori||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Inkwell||Octopus||June 2||“splat”||N/A||Sporty||Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Welcome Amiibo||Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Welcome Amiibo|
|Kit||Squirrel||N/A||“だキョ”||N/A||Funky||Doubutsu no Mori e+||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Masa||Dog||N/A||“てもんだ”||N/A||Subtle||Doubutsu no Mori e+||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Nindori||Ostrich||N/A||“ドクソウ”||N/A||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori e+||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Pierre||Cat||N/A||“ってね”||N/A||Gaudy||Doubutsu no Mori e+||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Pigleg||Pig||N/A||“arrrn”||N/A||Refined||Animal Crossing||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Poko||Bear cub||N/A||“へへ”||NA||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori e+||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Quetzal||Eagle||N/A||“SKREEE”||N/A||Cute||Doubutsu no Mori||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Shinabiru||Duck||N/A||“シナ”||N/A||Funky||Doubutsu no Mori e+||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Shoukichi||Bird||N/A||“ズン”||N/A||Strange||Doubutsu no Mori e+||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Tarou||Wolf||N/A||“ワオーン”||N/A||Fresh||Doubutsu no Mori e+||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Woolio||Sheep||N/A||“biz-aaa”||N/A||Gaudy||Doubutsu no Mori||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
Analysis of jock villagers not in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Analysis of birthdays and favorite colors
Almost all of the jock villagers on this list do not have a birthday. This is because they did not appear by the time the series introduced villager birthdays. However, there are three exceptions. They are Champ, Holden, and Inkwell. Champ was introduced in Animal Crossing: Wild World. Holden and Iggy were introduced in Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Welcome Amiibo. Thus, they have birthdays. Below is a list of their birthdays.
- Inkwell: June 2
- Champ: June 4
- Holden: June 11
Weirdly, all of them have their birthdays in June. Holden can be invited to the campground in New Leaf, but he cannot be moved to the player’s town. Inkwell, on the other hand, can be invited to the campground and can be moved to the player’s town. The player can do so by scanning an Amiibo of Inkling Girl, Boy, or Squid. As for favorite colors, all of them do not have one.
Analysis on species
Overall, there are 18 species, and four of them have two jock villagers. They are the chicken, duck, pig, and sheep villagers. Combined, they make up 36% of the animal population. Plus, they make up 22% of the species population. The other 14 species all have one jock villager. Combined, they make up 64% of the animal population and 78% of the species population.
Analysis on debut game and latest appearance
Doubutsu no Mori e+ introduced the most number of scrapped jock villagers. To be specific, 11 out of 22 of them debuted in that game. That makes up 50% of the population. Doubutsu no Mori, on the other hand, introduced seven of them. That makes up 32% of the population. Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Welcome Amiibo introduced two. Animal Crossing and Animal Crossing: Wild World each introduced one. Below is a summary of the ratio of debut games.
- Doubutsu no Mori e+: 11 (50%)
- Doubutsu no Mori: 7 (32%)
- Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Welcome Amiibo: 2 (9.1%)
- Animal Crossing: 1 (4.45%)
- Animal Crossing: Wild World: 1 (4.45%)
In addition, all of the jock villagers that debuted in Doubutsu no Mori and Doubutsu no Mori e+ made their last appearance in the latter. The single jock villager that debuted in Animal Crossing also made their last appearance Doubutsu no Mori e+. Overall, that game has the most number of jock villagers that made their last appearance. It totals up to 19 jock villagers, which make up 86.4% of the total population.
The two jock villagers introduced in Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Welcome Amiibo also made their last appearance in the same game. Champ, the single jock villager introduced in Animal Crossing: Wild World made his last appearance in the next game, Animal Crossing: City Folk. Below is a summary of the ratio of last appearances.
- Doubutsu no Mori e+: 19 (86.4%)
- Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Welcome Amiibo: 2 (9.1%)
- Animal Crossing: City Folk: 1 (4.5%)
List of formerly jock villagers
These villagers used to be jock villagers. However, the developers decided to move them to another personality type for different reasons. So far, as of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, three villagers used to be jock villagers. They are listed down below.
|Name||Species||New Personality||Birthday||Catchphrase||Favorite Color||Outfit Style||Debut|
|Ed||Horse||Smug||September 16||“greenhorn”||Black||Gorgeous||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Harry||Hippo||Cranky||January 7||“beach bum”||Green||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Leopold||Lion||Smug||August 14||“lion cub”||Purple||Elegant||Doubutsu no Mori|
Analysis of formerly jock villagers
The three formerly jock villagers are of different species. Ed is a horse villager, Harry is a hippo villager, and Leopold is a lion villager. They also have different new personalities. Ed’s is smug, Harry’s is cranky, and Leopold’s is smug. They even have different favorite colors and different outfit styles.
Ed loves black and the Gorgeous outfit style. Harry loves green and the Cool outfit style. Leopold loves purple and the Elegant outfit style. Two of them, Ed and Leopold, debuted in Doubutsu no Mori, though. Harry, on the other hand, debuted in Doubutsu no Mori e+.
Jock villagers’ dialogue in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Jock villagers always speak out about their love for sports. They are hard-working individuals, and they love talking about their physical accomplishments. Here are some of the best dialogue in Animal Crossing: New Horizons that jock villagers say.
- “I was thinking about how swimming is the best sport for showing the most muscles…for some folks.”
- “Hey, do you know if anyone makes floaty things that show off muscle instead of hiding it?”
- “OK! Commence <villager name>’s Special Training! Ha ha, just kidding, <catchphrase>!”
- “Training in the mud’s good for endurance, but sometimes I just want the sun to come out.”
- “Embrace tomorrow’s soreness! Fight for it, like your team captain, <villager name>!”
Frequently Asked Questions
Question: When are Jock Villagers Outside?
Answer: Jock villagers go to sleep at 12:30 AM, then wake up at 6:30 AM. So, the time they could be outside is from 6:30 AM to 12:30 AM. However, they do not go outside immediately after waking up. So, it is best to wait for an hour or so. For example, you can wait at 7:30 AM or 8:30 AM to see if they are outside. You can search for them outside at 10:30 AM or 11:30 AM.
Question: How Many Jock Villagers are There?
Answer: Throughout the series, there are 79 jock villagers. However, in New Horizons, only 57 of them appear. The remaining 22 made their last appearances in Doubutsu no Mori e+, Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Welcome Amiibo, and Animal Crossing: City Folk.
Question: Who Do Jock Villagers Get Along With?
Answer: Jock villagers get along well with other jock and peppy villagers. Peppy villagers have the high energy that jock villagers have. Meanwhile, the lazy, snooty, and cranky villagers may not get along well with jock villagers. Lazy and jock villagers have different lifestyles. Snooty villagers think jock villagers are overbearing. Cranky villagers think jock villagers are too obnoxious and annoying.
Conclusion on jock villagers in Animal Crossing
Overall, there are 79 jock villagers in the entire Animal Crossing series. Out of 79, only 57 are in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Statistically, that makes up 72.2% of the entire population. Also, in New Horizons, they go to sleep at 12:30 AM and wake up at 6:30 AM. As for relationships, they get along best with other jock and peppy villagers. They can be good friends with normal, big sisters, and smug villagers.
They often clash with lazy, snooty, and cranky villagers because of their differing opinions and lifestyles. Jocks value hard work while lazy villagers prefer to be relaxed and not stressed out at all. Snooty villagers can get mad at them because of their invasive and overbearing nature. Cranky villagers do not have the same level of energy as jock villagers. They find their hyperactive energy too annoying for their taste.
August is the month with the greatest number of jock villagers celebrating their birthdays. August has 11 birthday celebrants. Meanwhile, the month with the least amount of birthday celebrants is June. Only one villager is celebrating their birthday in June. The species with the greatest number of jock villagers are the birds and frogs. Meanwhile, there are 16 species with only one villager.
Below is a list summarizing all of the crucial details about jock villagers.
- Total number of jock villagers: 79
- Number of jock villagers in New Horizons: 57
- Villager types jock villagers get along with best: jock, peppy
- Villager types jock villagers get along with worst: lazy, snooty, cranky
- The month with the greatest number of jock villagers: August (11)
- The month with the least number of jock villagers: June (1)
- Species with the greatest number of jock villagers: bird, frog (5)
- Species with the least number of jock villagers: 16 species (1)
- Most popular favorite color among jock villagers: blue (15)
- Least popular favorite colors among jock villagers: gray (1)
- Most popular outfit style among jock villagers: active (40)
- Least popular outfit styles among jock villagers: gorgeous, sporty (1)
- The game that introduced the greatest number of jock villagers: Doubutsu no Mori (28)
- The game that introduced the least number of jock villagers: Animal Crossing: New Leaf, Animal Crossing: New Horizons (2)
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