Welcome to Animal Crossing! The important thing to do here is to chill. What is a better way to set a chill mood than vibing it out with your mates? In the game, and even in the latest entry, you can do just that. You can have neighbors who do nothing but laze around, gazing at the clouds and the sky. They have a generally chill attitude to everything around them. What are they? Lazy villagers, of course!
Lazy villagers are a ton of fun to hang out with. They have interesting things to say all the time. If you want lazy villagers on your island, here is a complete guide full of necessary details about them.
What are Lazy Villagers?
Lazy villagers have many names. Some call them the relaxed villagers. Others call them doofus villagers or food-loving villagers. Whatever you call them, they are male villagers who live a chill and laid-back lifestyle. They rarely stress about anything, and if they do, they are probably stressing out about what to eat for tomorrow. They are known for their love of food. In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, they are fond of bugs. They even refer to them as their roommates!
As of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, there are a total of 72 lazy villagers. However, not all of them are in the game. Out of the 72 lazy villagers, only 63 are in New Horizons. Also, four villagers used to be lazy. Now, their personality has changed. Compared to other villagers, they generally have a youthful aura around them. They are often seen with lazy smiles and droopy eyes.
The Behavior of Lazy Villagers
Lazy villagers are goofy and naive. Unlike normal villagers, they do not care about most things, such as homework or chores. Instead, they focus their energy on doing calm activities, like sitting down and eating up a delicious snack. During the early entries of the series, they were depicted as silly and lazy elders who have become the way they are due to their age. However, this changed in later entries. Now, they are depicted as youthful villagers.
They act a certain way throughout the different games. For example, in Animal Crossing: Wild World, they would say that they have been reading the “Chillin’ Magazine”. In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, they would mention that they are friends with bugs, even considering them roommates. Because of their fondness for bugs, they are the only villagers who will not be disgusted with roaches in the player’s house. They will still leave, however.
Another thing that lazy villagers tend to do is make crazy conspiracy theories. These conspiracy theories are about the town and how certain things work. For instance, they may talk out loud about how the Tom Nook Point System works. They would theorize that the system talks because Tom Nook fills the basement with stuffed animals of his likeness. They would even break the fourth wall, theorizing that they are all part of a video game.
Sleep Schedule of Lazy Villagers
The time lazy 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 10 PM. They are awake at 8 AM. In Animal Crossing: Wild World and Animal Crossing: City Folk, they are asleep at 1:30 AM. However, the time they wake up is still 8 AM.
In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, they are asleep at 11 PM. This time, they are awake at 9 AM. In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, they are asleep at 11 PM. They are awake at 8 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||10 PM||1:30 AM||1:30 AM||11 PM||11 PM|
|The time they wake up||8 AM||8 AM||8 AM||9 AM||8 AM|
Relationships Between Lazy Villagers
Lazy villagers are very friendly. Many even consider them as the easiest villagers to be friends with. As for other villagers, they can be quick friends with other lazy villagers and peppy villagers. Smug villagers can also get along well with lazy villagers. Their sense of humor is laid-back and nonchalant. Lazy villagers find that kind of humor amusing. Cranky villagers can get along well with them too thanks to their shared love for a slow-paced lifestyle and outlook.
However, they may find getting along with jock villagers to be difficult. Jock villagers have a different lifestyle compared to lazy villagers. They are all about the grind, exercise, and hard work, while lazy villagers prefer to be relaxed. Snooty villagers can also have a hard time dealing with lazy villagers. They despise the laid-back attitude lazy villagers have. They do not like how the lazy villagers are not obsessed with their physical appearance.
As a result, lazy villagers can easily make snooty and jock villagers visibly upset. This can happen when they are talking with each other. Sometimes, lazy villagers say the wrong things. They can also make other villagers sad. Normal villagers may clash occasionally with lazy villagers. However, they will not get mad. Their arguments tend to end up with the lazy villager suggesting they make food for them.
List of Lazy Villagers in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
|Name||Species||Birthday||Catchphrase||Favorite Color||Outfit Style||Debut|
|Al||Gorilla||October 18||“ayyeeee”||Red||Active||Animal Crossing: City Folk|
|Alfonso||Alligator||June 9||“it’sa me”||Red||Simple||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Anchovy||Bird||March 4||“chuurp”||Colorful||Simple||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Barold||Bear cub||March 2||“cubby”||Yellow||Simple||Animal Crossing: New Leaf|
|Beau||Deer||April 5||“saltlick”||Beige||Cute||Animal Crossing: New Leaf|
|Benedict||Chicken||October 10||“uh-hoo”||Blue||Simple||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Benjamin||Dog||August 3||“alrighty”||Red||Simple||Animal Crossing: New Leaf|
|Big Top||Elephant||October 3||“villain”||Green||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Biskit||Dog||May 13||“dawg”||Colorful||Gorgeous||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Bob||Cat||January 1||“pthhpth”||Colorful||Simple||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Bones||Dog||August 4||“yip yip”||Beige||Cute||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Boomer||Penguin||February 7||“human”||Beige||Cool||Animal Crossing|
|Broccolo||Mouse||June 30||“eat it”||Colorful||Cute||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Chabwick||Penguin||December 24||“blargh”||Yellow||Cute||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Chester||Bear cub||August 6||“rookie”||Green||Simple||Animal Crossing: City Folk|
|Claude||Rabbit||December 3||“hopalong”||Black||Simple||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Clay||Hamster||October 19||“thump”||Beige||Elegant||Animal Crossing: New Leaf|
|Clyde||Horse||May 1||“clip clawp”||Green||Cute||Animal Crossing: City Folk|
|Cole||Rabbit||August 10||“coooooool”||Colorful||Cute||Animal Crossing: New Leaf|
|Cranston||Ostrich||September 23||“sweatband”||Beige||Cool||Animal Crossing: New Leaf|
|Cube||Penguin||January 29||“brainfreeze”||Colorful||Cute||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Deli||Monkey||May 24||“monch”||Brown||Elegant||Animal Crossing: New Leaf|
|Derwin||Duck||May 25||“derrrr”||Beige||Elegant||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Dizzy||Elephant||July 14||“woo-oo”||Blue||Simple||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Doc||Rabbit||March 16||“old bunny”||Beige||Elegant||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Drago||Alligator||February 12||“burrrn”||Orange||Elegant||Animal Crossing: New Leaf|
|Drake||Duck||June 25||“quacko”||Brown||Cool||Animal Crossing: Wild World|
|Egbert||Chicken||October 14||“doodle-duh”||Beige||Simple||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Elmer||Horse||October 5||“tenderfoot”||Blue||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Erik||Deer||July 27||“chow down”||Beige||Simple||Animal Crossing: New Leaf|
|Filbert||Squirrel||June 3||“bucko”||Blue||Cute||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Hopkins||Rabbit||March 11||“thumper”||Blue||Active||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Hornsby||Rhinoceros||March 20||“schnozzle”||Brown||Simple||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Hugh||Pig||December 30||“snortle”||Beige||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Jacob||Bird||August 24||“ya feel”||Green||Simple||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Jeremiah||Frog||July 8||“nee-deep”||Orange||Simple||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Joey||Duck||January 3||“bleeeeeck”||Blue||Simple||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Lucky||Dog||November 4||“rrr-owch”||Beige||Simple||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Marcel||Dog||December 31||“non”||Blue||Cool||Animal Crossing: City Folk|
|Marty||Bear cub||April 16||“pompom”||Brown||Cute||Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Welcome Amiibo|
|Moe||Cat||January 12||“myawn”||Black||Simple||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Nate||Bear||August 16||“yawwwn”||White||Simple||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Ozzie||Koala||May 7||“ol’ bear”||Orange||Cute||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Paolo||Elephant||May 5||“pal”||Aqua||Elegant||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Papi||Horse||January 10||“haaay”||Aqua||Simple||Animal Crossing: New Leaf|
|Prince||Frog||July 21||“burrup”||White||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Puck||Penguin||February 21||“brrrrrrrrr”||Blue||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Pudge||Bear cub||June 11||“golly”||Blue||Simple||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Punchy||Cat||April 11||“mrmpht”||Blue||Simple||Animal Crossing|
|Raddle||Frog||June 6||“aaach-”||Gray||Elegant||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Rex||Lion||July 24||“cool cat”||Aqua||Cute||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Rodeo||Bull||October 29||“chaps”||Red||Simple||Animal Crossing: Wild World|
|Sasha||Rabbit||May 19||“hoppity”||Blue||Simple||Animal Crossing: New Horizons|
|Sherb||Goat||January 18||“bawwww”||Blue||Cute||Animal Crossing: New Horizons|
|Simon||Monkey||January 19||‘zzzook”||Colorful||Active||Animal Crossing: Wild World|
|Spork||Pig||September 3||“snork”||Colorful||Active||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Stitches||Bear cub||February 10||“stuffin”||Colorful||Cute||Animal Crossing: Wild World|
|Stu||Bull||April 20||“mrooooo”||Brown||Simple||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Tucker||Elephant||September 7||“fuzzers”||Orange||Active||Animal Crossing: New Leaf|
|Wade||Penguin||October 30||“so it goes”||Aqua||Gorgeous||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Walker||Dog||June 10||“wuh”||Orange||Simple||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Weber||Duck||June 30||“quaa”||Blue||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Zucker||Octopus||March 8||“bloop”||Blue||Cute||Animal Crossing: New Leaf|
Analysis of Lazy Villagers in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Analysis on Birthdates
Most of the lazy villagers have their birthdays in June and October. To be specific, there are eight of them each month. In January and May, there are seven villagers each with birthdays. In March and August, there are six villagers each. July has five villagers. In December, April, and February, there are four each. September has three villagers celebrating their birthdays. November only has one.
Additionally, there are seven pairs of lazy villagers whose birthdays are chronologically next to each other. For example, Sherb’s and Simon’s birthdays are next to each other. Sherb’s is on January 18 and Simon’s is the day after that, January 19. Below is a list of these villagers.
- Sherb (January 18), Simon (January 19)
- Deli (May 24), Derwin (May 25)
- Walker (June 10), Pudge (June 11)
- Benjamin (August 3), Bones (August 4)
- Al (October 18), Clay (October 19)
- Rodeo (October 29), Wade (October 30)
- Hugh (December 30), Marcel (December 31)
There are a pair of villagers who have the same birthday. Broccolo and Weber celebrate their birthdays on June 30. Moreover, below is a summary of the number of lazy villagers born each month.
|Month||No. of Villagers||Villager||Birthday|
|October||8||Big Top||October 3|
Analysis on Species
Overall, there are 27 species in the population of lazy villagers. The species with the most animals among them are dogs. There are a total of six dogs who are lazy villagers. Six villagers out of 63 would be 9.5% of the total population. 11 of the species only have one animal representing them. That would be about 40.74% of the total number of species. Plus, they would only make up 17.76% of the total number of animals.
The next species with the most animals among them are bear cubs, penguins, and rabbits. Each of them has five villagers. As of the latest entry, Animal Crossing: New Horizons, six species do not have lazy villagers. These species are the Anteater, Eagle, Kangaroo, Sheep, Tiger, and Wolf villagers. A wolf villager named Dobie used to be lazy. Yet this was changed to cranky. Below is a list of the animals grouped into their respective species.
|Species||No. of Villagers||Villager||Birthday||Common Birth Month|
|Alligator||2||Drago||February 12||February (50%), June (50%)|
|Bear||1||Nate||August 16||August (100%)|
|Bear cub||5||Stitches||February 10||February (20%), March (20%), April (20%), June (20%), August (20%)|
|Bird||2||Anchovy||March 4||March (50%), August (50%)|
|Bull||2||Stu||April 20||April (50%), October (50%)|
|Cat||3||Bob||January 1||January (66%), April (33%)|
|Chicken||2||Benedict||October 10||October (100%)|
|Deer||2||Beau||April 5||April (50%), July (50%)|
|Dog||6||Biskit||May 13||August (33%), May (16.7%), June (16.7%), November (16.7%), December (16.7%)|
|Duck||4||Joey||January 3||June (50%), January (25%), May (25%)|
|Elephant||4||Paolo||May 5||May (25%), July (25%), September (25%), October (25%)|
|Big Top||October 3|
|Frog||3||Raddle||June 6||July (66%), June (33%)|
|Goat||1||Sherb||January 18||January (100%)|
|Gorilla||1||Al||October 18||October (100%)|
|Hamster||1||Clay||October 19||October (100%)|
|Horse||3||Papi||January 10||January (33%), May (33%), October (33%)|
|Koala||1||Ozzie||May 7||May (100%)|
|Lion||1||Rex||July 24||July (100%)|
|Monkey||2||Simon||January 19||January (50%), May (50%)|
|Mouse||1||Broccolo||June 30||June (100%)|
|Octopus||1||Zucker||March 8||March (100%)|
|Ostrich||1||Cranston||September 23||September (100%)|
|Penguin||5||Cube||January 29||February (40%), January (20%), October (20%), December (20%)|
|Pig||2||Spork||September 3||September (50%), December (50%)|
|Rabbit||5||Hopkins||March 11||March (40%), May (20%), August (20%), December (20%)|
|Rhinoceros||1||Hornsby||March 20||March (100%)|
|Squirrel||1||Filbert||June 3||June (100%)|
Analysis on Favorite Color
Many of the lazy villagers prefer the color blue. In total, there are 14 out of the 63 villagers who prefer it. However, that only makes up 22% of the total population. The next color with the most villagers preferring it would be beige. It has been adored by 11 lazy villagers, which make up 17.5% of the entire population.
Next, the “colorful” color is adored by nine lazy villagers. Brown and orange each have five. Aqua, green, and red each have four. Black, white, and yellow are adored by two villagers each. The color with the least amount of villagers adoring it is gray. There is only one villager who loves the color gray. That is Raddle the Frog. Below is a summary of the ratio between favorite colors.
- Blue: 14 (22%)
- Beige: 11 (17.5%)
- Colorful: 9 (14.3%)
- Brown: 5 (8%)
- Orange: 5 (8%)
- Aqua: 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 lazy villagers prefer the Simple outfit style. In total, 25 lazy villagers prefer the Simple outfit style out of 63 villagers. That makes up about 39.7% of the total population. Meanwhile, 14 lazy villagers adore the Cute outfit style. That makes up about 22% of the total population. Nine prefer the Active outfit style, which is 14.3% of the total population.
Seven lazy villagers prefer the Elegant outfit style. Six prefer the Cool outfit style. Finally, only two prefer the Gorgeous outfit style. Below is a summary of the ratio between preferred outfit styles.
- Simple: 25 (39.7%)
- Cute: 14 (22.2%)
- Active: 9 (14.3%)
- Elegant: 7 (11.1%)
- Cool: 6 (9.5%)
- Gorgeous: 2 (3.2%)
Analysis on Debut Game
As expected, almost half of the lazy villagers debuted in the first game, Doubutsu no Mori. 30 villagers got introduced in that game. Statistically, that is 47.6% of the lazy villager population. The localization of the game, Animal Crossing, introduced two new villagers into the fray. When it went back to Japan as Doubutsu no Mori e+, it introduced an additional eight lazy villagers. That is about 12.7% of the population.
The next game, Animal Crossing: Wild World, introduced four new lazy villagers. Animal Crossing: City Folk introduced another four. The next installment, Animal Crossing: New Leaf, introduced a lot more. It introduced 12 new lazy villagers, which make up 19% of the entire population. The DLC of the game entitled Welcome Amiibo introduced one. Finally, Animal Crossing: New Horizons introduced two. Below is a summary of the ratio on the debut games.
- Doubutsu no Mori: 30 (47.6%)
- Animal Crossing: 2 (3.2%)
- Doubutsu no Mori e+: 8 (12.7%)
- Animal Crossing: Wild World: 4 (6.35%)
- Animal Crossing: City Folk: 4 (6.35%)
- Animal Crossing: New Leaf: 12 (19.05%)
- Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Welcome Amiibo: 1 (1.6%)
- Animal Crossing: New Horizons: 2 (3.2%)
List of Lazy Villagers Not in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
|Name||Species||Birthday||Catchphrase||Favorite Color||Outfit Style||Debut||Last appearance|
|Aisle||Bear cub||N/A||“あーあ”||N/A||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori e+||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Bow||Dog||N/A||“バウ”||N/A||Fresh||Doubutsu no Mori e+||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Chico||Mouse||N/A||“cheeeese”||N/A||Striking||Doubutsu no Mori||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Dozer||Bear||N/A||“zzzzzz”||N/A||Strange||Doubutsu no Mori||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Felyne||Cat||January 6||“nya”||None||Sporty||Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer||Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Welcome Amiibo|
|Otis||Bird||N/A||“I s’pose”||N/A||Refined||Doubutsu no Mori||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Rollo||Hippo||N/A||“beaulch”||N/A||Funky||Doubutsu no Mori||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Sven||Goat||N/A||“buh-uh-ud”||N/A||Strange||Doubutsu no Mori||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Yodel||Gorilla||N/A||“odelay”||N/A||Subtle||Animal Crossing||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
Analysis of Lazy Villagers Not in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Analysis of Birthdays and Favorite Colors
The concept of villager birthdays and favorite colors were introduced in later entries of the series. So, many of the lazy villagers not in Animal Crossing: New Horizons do not have such attributes. The only exception is Felyne. Felyne was introduced in Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer and later appeared in Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Welcome Amiibo. So, he has a birthday, which is January 6. He does not have a favorite color, however.
Felyne can be invited to New Leaf by scanning one of the six amiibo from the Monster Hunter Stories.
Analysis on Species
Amazingly, none of the villagers who are not in Animal Crossing: New Horizons share the same species. They are all of the different species. They are as follows: bear, bear cub, bird, cat, dog, goat, gorilla, hippo, and mouse.
Analysis on Debut Game and Latest Appearance
Doubutsu no Mori introduced the most number of scrapped lazy villagers. To be specific, five out of nine of them debuted in that game. Doubutsu no Mori e+, on the other hand, introduced two of them. Animal Crossing and Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer each introduced one. Most of these villagers last appeared in Doubutsu no Mori e+, except for one villager.
Again, Felyne was introduced in Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer. So, his last appearance could not have been in Doubutsu no Mori e+. Instead, his last appearance is in Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Welcome Amiibo.
List of Formerly Lazy Villagers
These villagers used to be lazy. However, the developers decided to change their personality types as they transition to a new game. So far, as of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, five villagers used to be lazy. They are listed down below.
|Name||Species||New Personality||Birthday||Catchphrase||Favorite Color||Outfit Style||Debut|
|Dobie||Wolf||Cranky||February 17||“ohmmm”||Brown||Simple||Animal Crossing|
|Huck||Frog||Smug||July 9||“hopper”||Green||Simple||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Kidd||Goat||Smug||June 28||“wut”||Gray||Elegant||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|Roswell||Alligator||Smug||May 2||“spaaace”||Beige||Simple||Doubutsu no Mori e+|
|T-Bone||Bull||Cranky||May 20||“moocher”||Blue||Cool||Doubutsu no Mori|
Analysis of Formerly Lazy Villagers
The five formerly lazy villagers are of different species. Dobie is a Wolf villager, Huck is a Frog villager, Kidd is a Goat villager, Roswell is an Alligator villager, and T-Bone is a Bull villager. Most of their new personality is the Smug personality. Specifically, there are three of them: Huck, Kidd, and Roswell. Meanwhile, Dobie’s and T-Bone’s new personality is cranky. They have vastly different favorite colors, but most of them prefer the Simple outfit style.
Lazy Villagers’ Dialogue in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Lazy villagers spout the craziest nonsense from time to time. They love to babble on about conspiracy theories. They even tend to speak out loud their thoughts. Here are some of the best dialogue in Animal Crossing: New Horizons that lazy villagers say.
- “I’m out on a snack run!” – door signs from lazy villagers when they are outside
- “I’m sleeping… Please don’t wake me up, OK?” – door signs from lazy villagers when they are asleep
- “I’m so sleepy… Anyway, what’s going on with you?” – when the player initiates a conversation with a lazy villager
- “Oh… Kinda weird how we keep bumping into each other today.” – when the player talks to a lazy villager numerous times that day
- “I love talking about people! It’s almost as much fun as eating!” – a lazy villager’s statement
- “I’m debating about what’s the best way to enjoy the kind of weather we’re having today. But if I don’t hurry up and decide soon, the entire day is gonna be over!” – another statement from a lazy villager
Frequently Asked Questions
Question: What do Lazy Villagers Like?
Answer: Lazy villagers are vastly different, each with their unique likes and dislikes. Yet we can draw a general outlook of what lazy villagers like. In general, most lazy villagers like blue, beige, or colorful gifts. Furthermore, most of them like Simple or Cute outfit styles. So, keep this in mind if you are planning on buying clothes for them and you do not know what they like.
Question: How Old Are Lazy Villagers?
Answer: Lazy villagers are often depicted as youthful animals. This is thanks to their aloof and goofy behavior. They are very playful yet they love to laze around. So, they might range from children to young adults. It is up to the player on how they perceive the villagers’ ages. There is no definite answer, after all.
Question: Do Lazy Villagers Craft?
Answer: Yes, they do. Like all other villagers, they craft items and share the crafting recipes with the player. However, due to the short amount of time they are inside their homes, encountering one crafting can be challenging. It is best to wait for the time they wake up which is at 9 AM. Waiting for them to go inside their homes is also a good strategy.
Question: Are Lazy Villagers Good?
Answer: Personally, all of the villagers are good. So yes, lazy villagers are good. If you do not want to create drama, though, they might not be good around snooty or jock villagers. More often than not, they do not get along well with these types of villagers.
Question: Who Do Lazy Villagers Get Along With?
Answer: Lazy villagers get along best with other lazy villagers. After all, having the same ideals and goals in life can make your bond faster than anyone else. Peppy and smug villagers are also known to get along well with lazy villagers. Normal villagers can manage lazy villagers most of the time, and they do not get upset. Jock and snooty villagers, however, can be a big problem for lazy villagers.
Conclusion on lazy villagers in Animal Crossing
Overall, there are 72 lazy villagers in the entire Animal Crossing series. Out of 72, only 63 are in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Statistically, that makes up 87.5% of the entire population. Also, in New Horizons, they go to sleep at 11 PM and wake up at 8 AM. As for relationships, they get along best with other lazy and peppy villagers. They can be good friends with smug and cranky villagers.
They often clash with snooty and jock villagers because of their differing opinions. Jocks value hard work while snooty villagers obsess over their physical appearance. Lazy villagers do not care for either of these. They can get along with normal villagers. Although they might look like they are fighting, normal villagers do not get upset over them.
The months with the greatest number of lazy villagers celebrating their birthdays are June and October. Each of them has eight villagers. Meanwhile, the month with the least amount of birthday celebrants is November. Only one villager is celebrating their birthday in November. The species with the greatest number of lazy villagers are dogs. There are 11 species with only one villager.
Below is a list summarizing all of the crucial details about lazy villagers.
- Total number of lazy villagers: 72
- Number of lazy villagers in New Horizons: 63
- Villager types lazy villagers get along with best: lazy, peppy
- Villager types lazy villagers get along with worst: jock, snooty
- Months with the greatest number of lazy villagers: June, October (6)
- Month with the least number of lazy villagers: November (1)
- Species with the greatest number of lazy villagers: dog (6)
- Species with the least number of lazy villagers: 11 species (1)
- Most popular favorite color among lazy villagers: blue (14)
- Least popular favorite colors among lazy villagers: gray (1)
- Most popular outfit style among lazy villagers: simple (25)
- Least popular outfit styles among lazy villagers: gorgeous (2)
- Game that introduced the greatest number of lazy villagers: Doubutsu no Mori (30)
- Game that introduced the least number of lazy villagers: Animal Crossing: New Leaf – New Amiibo (1)
Get to know more about lazy villagers by reading these guides below:
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