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FAQ by Liquefy

Version: J | Updated: 07/06/07

A FAQ for Doubutsu no Mori e+ or Animal Forest e+

This is version J, created by Liquefy on July 6, 2007.  Version A was created 
on July 1, 2005.  If you have any questions, corrections, additions, 
suggestions, or comments, please contact me at jps5@hotmail.com.

For information about Oide yo Doubutsu no Mori, see:
http://www.gamefaqs.com/portable/ds/game/920786.html

For information about Doubutsu no Mori +, see:
http://www.gamefaqs.com/console/gamecube/game/516502.html

For information about Doubutsu no Mori, see:
http://www.gamefaqs.com/console/n64/game/579007.html

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CONTENTS:
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1) Introduction
2) Technical Gameplay
3) Language
4) Dials
5) Moving
6) Getting Started
7) The Unknown Cat
8) Tanukichi's Tasks
9) Around the Town
10) House Upgrades
11) Events
12) Villager Personalities
13) Villager Interactions
14) Color in Dialog
15) Private Island & Islanders
16) Reset Monitoring Center
17) Town Decorations
18) New Fish
19) New Insects
20) New Furniture
21) New Wallpaper
22) New Carpeting
23) New Handheld
24) New Music
25) NES Games
26) Game Boy Advance Minigames
27) Mario Theme
28) Nintendo Bench
29) e-Reader
30) e-Reader Cards
31) SD Memory Card
32) Observations
33) Guides
34) Official Home Page
35) Thanks
36) Sources

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1) INTRODUCTION
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Doubutsu no Mori e+ (DnMe+), or Animal Forest e+, was released by Nintendo for 
Nintendo GameCube (GCN) in Japan on June 27, 2003, nine months after the 
release of Animal Crossing (AC) in North America.

This guide assumes that the player is familiar with Animal Crossing, and 
concentrates on things that are different in DnMe+ when compared to AC.

Much of the DnMe+ gameplay is the same as that in AC.

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2) TECHNICAL GAMEPLAY
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Doubutsu no Mori e+ was manufactured to play in a Japanese Nintendo GameCube.  
It cannot function in a non-Japanese GCN without the assistance of additional 
software, such as FreeLoader.

The game also uses Japanese file-saving protocols when saving to a memory card.
Japanese and North American GCN game files cannot be saved on the same memory 
card.

The village data takes up 57 blocks of memory card space.  Saved letter storage 
at the [Post Office] Yuubinkyoku uses up to 5 blocks.  Also, saved NES data and 
saved designs require additional space.  To save all DnMe+ data on the same 
memory card, you need to use a larger size memory card (251 or 1019).

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3) LANGUAGE
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This game uses the Japanese language and has little use of English.  Written 
Japanese makes use of three main syllabaries:  kanji, hiragana, and katakana.  
(A syllabary is a writing system where symbols represent syllables.)

Kanji refers to Chinese characters used in written Japanese.  School children 
are taught the 1,945 regular kanji (identified by a 1981 governmental decree) 
used in "official" communications (there are thousands of other kanji in use).  
In DnMe+, you can choose the amount of kanji displayed in the game (see below).

In children's video games, texts are often written entirely in hiragana and/or 
katakana.

Hiragana, meaning "ordinary syllabic script," consists of 48 syllables.  It is 
mainly used to write word endings, but is widely used in materials for children.
Hiragana symbols appear flowing or "feminine."

Katakana, meaning "part (of kanji) syllabic script," also consists of 48 
syllables.  It has various uses, including foreign words and emphasis (like 
bold or italics in English).  Katakana symbols appear angular or "masculine."

Romaji refers to the system where written Japanese is represented by the Latin 
(or English) alphabet.

This guide uses romaji versions of Japanese names used in the game.  The 
corresponding Animal Crossing names are included in brackets.  The author 
apologizes for mistakes in translation.

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4) DIALS
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Instead of a "qwerty" keyboard, Doubutsu no Mori e+ uses "dials" for typing.

You select a collection of dials by pushing the "Y" button.  They are:
1) Hiragana
2) Punctuation
3) Katakana
4) Latin alphabet (English letters)
5) Numbers
6) Symbols/Pictures

In each collection, you flick the analog stick down to obtain more choices.

The hiragana and katakana dials first show five symbols, arranged in a blue 
semi-circle around the analog stick, clockwise from left to right.  As you 
point the analog stick toward each of the five, you will see five symbols 
appear in a red semi-circle.  To choose a written symbol, you:
1) Point the analog stick toward one of the blue symbols
2) Press the "A" button
3) Point the analog stick toward one of the red symbols
4) Press the "A" button
5) Press the "X" button to modify the symbol, if desired

The red semi-circles display the symbols in the customary Japanese vowel order 
of "a," "i," "u," "e," and "o," clockwise from left to right.  The blue semi-
circles show the "a" sound using different consonants.  For example, from the 
default hiragana position, if you point your analog stick up towards what looks 
like a backwards "5," you will see the syllables "sa," "shi," "su," "se," and 
"so" appear in the red semi-circle.  The modifications either reduce the size 
of the symbol (for various purposes) or add diacritical marks (called dakuten 
and handakuten) that change the syllable's consonant.

The consonant order from the default position is:
1) a (i u e o)
2) ka (ki ku ke ko)   (": ga gi gu ge go)
3) sa (shi su se so)  (": za ji zu ze zo)
4) ta (chi tsu te to) (": da ji zu de do)
5) na (ni nu ne no)
6) ha (hi fu he ho)   (": ba bi bu be bo)  (circle: pa pi pu pe po)
7) ma (mi mu me mo)
8) ya (yu yo - ~)
9) ra (ri ru re ro)
10) wa (wo n , .)

The hiragana for "so" and "ri" on the DnMe+ dials may be different from what 
appears in other sources, such as DnM+ e-Reader cards.

In the other collections, make a choice by:
1) Pointing the analog stick toward one of the blue symbols
2) Pressing the "A" button
3) Pressing the "X" button to modify, if desired

Press the "B" button to backspace or delete.

Use the cross pad to move the cursor.
Press the "R" button (and, sometimes, right on the cross pad) to made a space.
Press down on the cross pad to make the end-of-line/return symbol.

Press the "Start/Pause" button when finished.

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5) MOVING
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You can move your DnM+ player to DnMe+!  This page appears to be describing 
how:  http://www.nintendo.co.jp/ngc/gaej/moving/index.html

The DnMe+ saved data uses 57 blocks, but in order to save letters, NES data, 
and designs on the same card as village data, use a larger DnMe+ memory card 
(251 or 1019).

Place your DnM+ memory card in Slot B and your DnMe+ memory card, with or 
without a village, in Slot A.  If the DnMe+ village has already been created, 
there needs to be at least one empty house.

Start the DnMe+ game.

Totakeke will appear if you are establishing a new village.  A villager will 
appear if the town has already been created.  Choose "I'm new" to move your 
player.  (See below.)

Similarly, [Rover] Mishiranuneko (or Unknown Cat) will speak to you on the 
train.  (See below.)  If there is more than one player in the DnM+ town, choose 
the name of the player you wish to move.

When you arrive at the DnMe+ village, [Tom Nook] Tanukichi will greet you and 
escort you to the home acre so that you can choose a beginner's house.  You 
will find a Work Uniform outside [Tom Nook's] Tanukichi's store, but you will 
not have to perform his tasks.

Things that transfer:  your player's name, birthday, catalog (including Donkey 
Kong 3, Punch-Out, and the Nintendo Bench), fish & insect inventories, personal 
patterns.

Things that do not transfer:  money, any items or letters that your player is 
carrying, catalog items available in DnM+ but not in DnMe+ (for example, Mah-
jongg or the redesigned Mailbox).

Your DnM+ village and player will still exist, available for continued play.

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6) GETTING STARTED
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Just like Animal Crossing, if you haven't created a village, the first animal 
you meet is Totakeke.  Here are his menu choices after he asks you if you are 
ready to go:

1) I'm ready to go! 
2) Before I go ... 
...a. Rumble Settings 
......i Rumble: ON 
......ii. Rumble: OFF 
...b. Sound Settings 
......i. Stereo 
......ii. Mono 
......iii. Headphones 
...c. Animal Speak 
......i. Animalese 
......ii. Bebebese 
......iii. Silence 
......iv. How does this sound? 
.........1. That's fine! 
.........2. Umm, hang on! 
...d. Kanji Level 
......i. Perfectly 
......ii. Top part of the pedestal 
......iii. So-so 
......iv. Still some way to go 
......v. Beginning 
......vi. Wholely useless 
...e. Cool with settings? 
......i. Yes! 
......ii. Not really.

If you have already created a village, one of your villagers appears to ask you 
if you are ready.  Here are the corresponding menu choices:

1) Yes! 
2) Play Setup 
...a. Set Time 
...b. Sound Settings 
......i. Sound 
.........1. Stereo 
.........2. Mono 
.........3. Headphones 
......ii. Animal Speak 
.........1. Animalese 
.........2. Bebebese 
.........3. Silence 
......iii. Happy? 
.........1. That's fine! 
.........2. Umm, hang on! 
...c. Rumble Settings 
......i. Rumble: ON 
......ii. Rumble: OFF 
...d. Kanji Level 
......i. Perfectly 
......ii. Top part of pedestal 
......iii. So-so 
......iv. Still some way to go 
......v. Beginning 
......vi. Wholely useless 
...e. Never mind 
3) Other Things 
...a. Lend Village (SD-related) 
...b. DOS Village (SD-related) 
...c. Demolish a house 
......i. Whose? 
.........1. Name1 
............a. Are you sure? 
...............i. Umm, hang on! 
...............ii. Yes. 
.........2. Name2 
.........3. Others (Name3 if no fourth) 
............a. Name3 
............b. Name4 
............c. Maybe not ... 
.........4. Maybe not ... 
...d. Build a new town 
......i. Are you still sure? 
.........1. Maybe not ... 
.........2. Yes. 
...e. ??? (SD-related) 
...f. Never mind

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7) THE UNKNOWN CAT
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If you are moving into a village, you will meet [Rover] Mishiranuneko (or 
Unknown Cat).  You only have six spaces for your character and town names.

If you are the first person to move into your village, he will ask you for an 
additional name, using the Roman alphabet, after he asks you for your name and 
the name of the town.  For this name, you have eight spaces.  It is believed 
that this name is used as part of a filename when using an SD memory card to 
transfer game data.

Just as in Animal Crossing, your responses to [Rover's] Mishiranuneko's 
questions will determine your player's sex (number 4) and face design (numbers 
2, 7, 8, and 9).  Here are his questions:

1) Is the time correct? (if you are the first to move into your village)
...a. That's right!
...b. That's wrong!
......i. [enter time]
......ii. You're sure?
.........1. Perfect!
.........2. No! No! No!
2) Mind if I sit here?
...a. Please!
...b. No way!
3) What's your name?
...a. [enter player name]
4) Do you like the name?
...a. It's cool
......i. It's a great name for a boy
.........1. You know it!
.........2. I'm not a boy!
...b. Isn't it pretty?
......i. It's a cute name for a girl
.........1. I forgive you.
.........2. I'm not a girl!
...c. That's wrong!
5) Where are you headed? (if you are the first to move into your village)
...a. [enter village name]
...b. You're going to [village name]?
......i. That's right!
......ii. You're wrong!
6) What is data output name? (if you are the first to move into your village)
...a. [enter additional name]
...b. That's a great name
......i. Yes
......ii. That's wrong!
7) Why are you going to [village]?
...a. I'm moving
...b. What's it to ya?
8) Where's your new place?
...a. Don't know yet.
...b. Leave me alone!
9) You have money, right?
...a. Oh, yeah!
...b. Just a little ...

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8) TANUKICHI'S TASKS
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In Animal Crossing, [Tom Nook] Tanukichi took a break between tasks in order to 
finish preparing a package.  He asked you to possibly do favors for villagers.  
He does not do this in DnMe+.

To refresh your memory, here is the task list:
1) Change into your uniform
2) Plant flowers and trees
3) Meet villagers (six in a new village) and [Tortimer] Kotobuki
4) Deliver a piece of furniture
5) Write and mail a letter (it doesn't matter what you write)
6) Deliver carpeting
7) Deliver an Axe to the recipient of the letter
8) Write an ad on the [Bulletin Board] Keijiban (again, it doesn't matter what 
you write)

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9) AROUND THE TOWN
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You can visit [Tom Nook's] Tanukichi's store after hours!  Walk up to the door 
and hit it with your shovel three times.  The lights will come on and the door 
will slowly open.  [Tom Nook] Tanukichi greets you in pajamas holding his 
pillow and follows you ever so slowly around the store.  Prices are inflated 
20%, though.  The only things you can do are sell items and purchase what is 
displayed.

[Tom Nook] Tanukichi sells Party Poppers starting December 16 for use at [New 
Year's Eve] Countdown.  They are also available at his store sales, which offer,
at a 20% discount, a full selection of items (carpets, flooring, shirts, 
furniture, fans, pinwheels, balloons) instead of just one, two or three items.

At the [Post Office] Yuubinkyoku, you can save up to 800 letters!  You can 
create up to 5 different files, each file with space for 160 saved letters (8 
pages with 20 slots per page).

A few of the locations around town have different menu options:

At [Tom Nook's] Tanukichi's:
1) I'd like to sell 
2) See my catalog 
3) Turnip prices? 
4) Objects 
...a. Construct Object 
......i. Which one? 
.........1. Object1
............a. Which Acre Row?
...............i. 1 through 6 (available)
............b. Which Acre Column?
...............i. 1 through 5 (available)
............c. Are you sure?
...............i. That's fine!
...............ii. Umm, hang on! 
.........2. Object2 
.........3. Object3 
...b. Destroy Object 
......i. Which one? 
.........1. Location1 
.........2. Location2 
.........3. Location3 
...c. Never mind 
5) Passwords 
...a. Hear password 
......i. Enter village 
......ii. Enter name 
......iii. Is this correct? 
.........1. That's right! 
.........2. You're wrong! 
.........3. Maybe not 
...b. Say password 
6) Never mind


At the [Post Office] Yuubinkyoku:
1) Mail a letter
2) Deposit
3) Save a letter
...a. Which memory card? (If both slots occupied)
......i. Slot A
......ii. Slot B
...b. Where do you wish to save?
......i. File 1 (If already created)
......ii. File 2 (If already created)
......iii. File 3 (If already created)
......iv. File 4 (If already created)
......v. File 5 (If already created)
......vi. New File (If less than 5 files created)
......vii. Never mind
4) Never mind


At the [Wishing Well] Negai no izumi (or Spring of Desire):
1) How are things? 
2) Friends 
...a. Ready! 
......i. Press "A" when ready 
......ii. Are you sure? (if town "full" with 15 villagers) 
.........1. Yes 
.........2. Never mind 
...b. Prep e-Reader 
......i. Press "A" when ready
......ii. Are you ready to scan a card?
.........1. Yes
.........2. Never mind 
...c. Never mind 
3) Apologize 
4) Minigame Playing 
...a. Press "A" when ready 
5) What's this? 
6) Nothing ...


At your [Gyroid] Haniwakun:
1) Save
...a. Would you like to save?
......i. That's right!
......ii. Umm, hang on!
2) Set Message
...???
3) Designs
...a. Post Design
...b. Remove Design
...c. Maybe not
4) Store an item
5) Umm, hang on!


Others are the same as in Animal Crossing:

At the [Police Station] Kouban:
1) Any goings-on?
2) Anything lost?
3) What's this?
4) Nothing . . .


At the [Museum] Hakubutsukan:
1) Donate an item
2) What's this?
3) Nope, nothing!


At the [Tailor] Shitateya:
1) Design a pattern
2) Save a pattern
3) Any suggestions?
4) What's this?
5) Other things
...a. Download tool
...b. Upload design
...c. Read card
...d. Prep e-Reader
...e. Maybe not
6) Nothing . . .


The [Town Melody Board] Merodi keijiban uses katakana to represent musical 
notes.  Here is the scale from lowest note to highest note:

[g  a  b  c  d  e  f  G  A   B  C  D  E]
so ra shi do re mi fa so ra shi do re mi

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10) HOUSE UPGRADES
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Your debts to [Tom Nook] Tanukichi are as follows:
1) 19,800 bells for your starter home (17,400 after tasks)
2) 125,000 bells for the first expansion
3) 298,000 bells for the second expansion, or
4) 249,000 bells for a basement (second choice at Tanukichi's)
5) 598,000 bells for a second floor
6) 998,000 bells for private island

When [Tom Nook] Tanukichi asks what roof color you want, remember that he 
offers three colors at a time in the order of red, orange, yellow; light green, 
green, light blue; blue, purple, pink; black, white, brown.

You can decline [Tom Nook's] Tanukichi's offer to build a statue of you as a 
reward for paying all six debts.  Choose the second response, then confirm by 
choosing the second response again.

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11) EVENTS
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Totakeke can perform live on your birthday!  On the Saturday before your 
birthday, other players can meet Totakeke and leave, with him, birthday 
messages for you.  On your birthday, see Totakeke during the day at the 
[Station] Eki, hear a special birthday song, and read your birthday greetings!

The holidays in Doubutsu no Mori e+ are the same as those in Animal Crossing.  
To refresh your memory, they are:

January 1 - [New Year's Day] Shinnen-no-hi or Beliefs Day
January 2 to mid-February - [Igloo Season] Kamakura secchi or Igloos
January ? - [Tortimer's Vacation]
February 2 - Gurandohoggude or Groundhog Day
February 14 - Barentainde-no-tegami or Valentine's Day
February ? - [Tortimer's Vacation]
March 20 or 21 - Haru no undoukai or Spring Sports Fair
April 1 - [April Fool's Day] Eipurirufuru or April Fool
April 5-7 - Ohanami or Cherry Blossom Festival
April 22 - [Nature Day] Chikyuu-no-hi or Earth Day
May 1 - [Spring Cleaning] Kuriningude or Cleaning Day
May 1-5 - [Windsocks] Koinobori secchi or Carp Streamers
2nd Sunday in May - Haha-no-hi or Mother's Day
Every Sunday in June - Natsu no tsuri taikai or Summer Fishing Tourney
Every Summer Weekend - [Camping Season] Kyanputento secchi or Camping Tents
2nd Friday in June - [Graduation Day] Sudachi-no-hi or Leaving the Nest Day
3rd Sunday in June - Chichi-no-hi or Father's Day
July ? - ?mura-no-hi or Your Hometown Day
July 4 - [Fireworks Show] Hanabi taikai or Fireworks Tourney
July 25-August 31 - [Morning Aerobics] Rajio taisou or Radio Gymnastics
August 12 - Ryuuseigun-no-hi or Meteor Shower Day
August 21 - [Founder's Day] Kaitakusha kinenbi or Pioneer Day
1st Monday in September - Hatarakimono-no-hi or Labor Day
September or October ? - Habesutomun or Harvest Moon
   September 10, 2003    September 19, 2013    September 10, 2022
   September 28, 2004    September 9, 2014     September 29, 2023
   September 18, 2005    September 28, 2015    September 18, 2024
   October 7, 2006       September 16, 2016    October 7, 2025
   September 26, 2007    October 5, 2017       September 26, 2026
   September 15, 2008    September 25, 2018    September 15, 2027
   October 4, 2009       September 14, 2019    October 3, 2028
   September 23, 2010    October 1, 2020       September 22, 2029
   September 12, 2011    September 20, 2021    September 11, 2030
   September 30, 2012
September 22 or 23 - Aki no undoukai or Fall Sports Fair
2nd Monday in October - [Explorer's Day] Boukensha-no-hi or Adventurer Day
October 15-25 - [Mushrooming Season] Matsutakegari or Mushroom Gathering
October 31 - Haroyin or Halloween
Every Sunday in November - Aki no tsuri taikai or Fall Fishing Tourney
1st Tuesday in November - [Mayor's Day] Sonchou-san-no-hi or Respect Elders Day
November 11 - Ofisazude or Officer's Day
4th Thursday in November - Habesutofesuteibaru or Harvest Festival
4th Friday in November - Serude or Sale Day
December 1 - Sunode or Snow Day
December 23 - [Toy Day] Ibuibu-no-hi (Eve-Eve Day?)
December 24 - [Jingle Comes to Town] Kurisumasuibu, or Christmas Eve
December 25-February 23 - [Snowball Season] Yukidaruma zuheri or Snowman Making
December 31 - [New Year's Eve] Kauntodaun or Countdown

On February 3, you will receive a letter from your Mother that mentions 
Mamemaki or the Bean Throwing Festival.

On July 7, you will receive a letter from your Mother that mentions Tanabata or 
the Festival of the Weaver.

Villagers participating in the Harvest Festival and Christmas Eve wear special 
hats.

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12) VILLAGER PERSONALITIES
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There are six different villager personalities in the game:

Males:
...A) [Cranky] Ore awake 10:00am to 4:00am
...B) [Jock] Oira awake 7:00am to 3:00am
...C) [Lazy] Boku awake 8:00am to 2:00am

Females:
...D) [Snooty] Atashi awake 9:00am to 3:00am
...E) [Peppy] Atai awake 7:00am to 2:00am
...F) [Normal] Watashi awake 5:00am to 1:00am


From Nakor:

"They're all different ways of saying I or "me," but each has a different tone.

"Watashi" is the most standard one, thus going to the normal type.
"Atashi" is a feminine variation of Watashi.
"Atai" is to my understanding a really slangy Watashi.
"Boku" is a casual word for I or me that's used primarily between male "pals"
       or friends.
"Ore" is a sort of self-confident, bragging way of saying I.
"Oira" is a slightly slangy variation of Ore, unless I'm mistaken on this one.

Thus they can be used to differentiate between the different personalities."


Here are the DnMe+ personalities for the original 218 animals, using AC names:

          Males                          Females
          --------------------------     -----------------------------
Species   Cranky    Jock      Lazy       Snooty    Peppy     Normal
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Anteater  Cyrano                         Snooty    Pango     Nosegay
                                                             Zoe
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Bear      Chow      Teddy     Dozer      Ursala    Pinky
          Grizzly             Nate                 Tutu
          Groucho
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Bearcub   Murphy    Kody      Pudge      Cupcake   Bluebear  Maple
          Vladimir  Poncho                         Cheri     Olive
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Bird      Admiral   Ace       Anchovy    Robin     Piper     Midge
          Twirp     Jay       Otis                 Twiggy
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Cat       Tom       Kabuki    Bob        Kitty     Rosie     Kiki
                    Punchy               Monique   Tabby     Mitzi
                    Stinky               Olivia    Tangy
                                         Purrl
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Cattle    Chuck               Stu        Petunia   Belle     Bessie
          Oxford              T-Bone               Patty
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Chicken             Goose     Egbert     Rhoda     Leigh     Ava
                    Hank                                     Betty
                    Hector
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Crocodile           Boots     Alfonso    Alli                Liz
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Dog       Butch               Biskit     Portia    Cookie    Bea
                              Bones                Maddie    Daisy
                              Lucky                          Goldie
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Duck                Bill      Derwin     Mallary   Freckles  Deena
                    Scoot     Joey                 Pate
                              Weber                Pompom
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Eagle     Apollo    Pierce               Amelia
          Buzz      Quetzal
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Elephant            Axel      Dizzy      Eloise              Ellie
                              Paolo      Opal
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Frog      Camofrog  Cousteau  Huck                 Puddles   Emerald
          Wart Jr   Ribbot    Jeremiah                       Jambette
                    Tad       Prince                         Lily
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Goat      Gruff     Billy     Sven       Velma               Chevre
                    Iggy
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Gorilla   Cesar     Louie                Jane
          Peewee
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Hippo     Rocco     Biff      Rollo      Bitty     Bubbles   Bertha
                                         Lulu
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Horse               Buck      Elmer      Cleo      Winnie    Peaches
                    Ed                                       Savannah
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Kangaroo                                 Astrid    Marcy     Carrie
                                         Mathilda            Kitt
                                         Valise
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Koala     Gonzo               Ozzie      Yuka      Huggy     Sydney
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Lion                Aziz      Rex
                    Leopold
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Mouse     Limberg   Chico     Samson     Carmen    Anicotti  Dora
          Rizzo                                    Candi
                                                   Penny
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Octopus   Octavian
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Ostrich             Sprocket             Queenie   Rio       Sandy
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Penguin   Hopper    Roald     Cube       Friga               Aurora
                              Puck       Gwen
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Pig       Boris     Cobb      Hugh       Sue E     Truffles  Lucy
          Rasher    Curly     Spork
                    Hambo
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Rabbit    Gaston    Genji     Claude               Bunnie    Coco
                    Snake     Doc                  Dotty
                                                   Gabi
                                                   Pippy
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Rhino     Spike     Tank      Hornsby    Tiara
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Sheep               Woolio               Baabara             Eunice
                                         Cashmere            Stella
                                                             Vesta
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Squirrel  Ricky               Filbert    Blaire    Nibbles   Hazel
          Static                         Mint      Peanut    Sally
                                         Pecan
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Tiger     Rolf      Tybalt                         Bangle
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Wolf      Chief                                    Freya
          Fang
          Lobo
          Wolfgang

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13) VILLAGER INTERACTIONS
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You can choose your villagers!  If you want [Bob] Nikoban in your town and you 
have [Bob's] Nikoban's e-Reader card, you can scan the card (one per day) at 
the [Wishing Well] Negai no izumi (second option), and [Bob] Nikoban will move 
in on the next day.  All 218 animals from AC, including a redesigned [Jane] 
Fiba, are available on Doubutsu no Mori + (DnM+) cards.  There are also 60 
brand new animals available on DnMe+ cards.

You can be a villager's best friend!  After you develop a relationship with a 
villager or islander, they may signal a special bond by making their eyes look 
like ^_^ and waving at and/or yelling out to you the first time they see you 
each day or the first time you enter an acre with them in it.  It takes many 
forms:  yelps, gulps, yoohoos, etc.  Become their best friend by speaking with 
them often, performing errands for them as much as possible, and sending them 
letters.  This is important for obtaining Totakeke's vocal recordings (see 
below).

You can cure sick villagers!  Occasionally, you can enter a villager's house to 
find them ill, shivering pathetically.  Bring them three or four doses, one per 
day, of medicine bought from [Tom Nook's] Tanukichi's store (he sells one dose 
every day for 1,200 bells) to cure them.  They will reward you with an item not 
yet in your catalog.  (Keep an dose of medicine on hand, just in case a 
villager is sick on the last day of the month or when [Tom Nook] Tanukichi is 
renovating his store.)

You can listen in on villager conversations!  If you see two villagers talking, 
walk up and press the "A" button to listen to what they say.  They may include 
you in the conversation.

Instead of asking villagers for work, they may ask you to deliver a package to 
another villager.  They give you the item as a present wrapped with a blue 
ribbon.  You can open the package and keep the item, but the villager will be 
irate the next time you see them.  Instead, deliver the present and be rewarded,
possibly with a gyroid!

Other errands include delivering pink letters to villagers in other towns, 
bringing fish, insects, furniture, wallpaper or carpeting to villagers, and 
returning misplaced items that have been left on the ground to their owners.

Villagers may ask you for your blood type, challenge you to a button-mashing 
game, or suddenly change into your shirt design without you handing them a 
thing.

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14) COLOR IN DIALOG
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When you see text in dark green, it is usually words for tools, such as Axe or 
Net, or for items like fan, pinwheel, clothing, or gyroid.  This usually 
happens when a villager is alerting you that they have misplaced an item in the 
town, indicating you should seek it and return it to them.

When you see text in light/bright green, it is usually words for locations in 
the town, such as the [Wishing Well] Negai no izumi.  Most of these dialogs are 
descriptive, not asking you to do something.

When you see text in dark pink, it is usually the name of a villager.  This is 
usually associated with being asked to deliver either a blue-ribbon-wrapped 
present or a pink letter (if the recipient lives in another town) to the named 
villager.  If the task is delivering to another town, the other town's name is 
usually mentioned at least once in the dialog, so you can be alerted and turn 
down the request, if needed.

When you see text in light/bright pink or magenta, it is usually words for 
events, like [Cherry Blossom Festival] Ohanami or Halloween.  It can also refer 
to GBA minigames like Dodgeball.

When you see text in dark blue, it is usually your player's name.

When you see text in light/bright blue or cyan, it is syllabary for Game Boy 
Advance.

When you see text in brown, it is syllabary for "hiragana ju u ji katakana bo 
ta n" ("something" button?).  When you see text in purple, it is syllabary for 
"katakana ko n to ro - ru su te i wwa" (control "something").  The two appear 
in the same dialog bubble, immediately after one that displays "katakana fa mi 
ko n" (or Famicom) in pink. 

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15) PRIVATE ISLAND & ISLANDERS
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Your town can have up to four tropical islands!  While a linked GBA is no 
longer necessary for riding with [Kapp'n] Kappi, each player has to pay the 
five debts on their house before visiting their own tropical island, complete 
with its own bungalow.  [Kapp'n] Kappi will ask you to which island you wish to 
travel.

Two new fish, a porcupine fish and a marlin, and two new insects, a large 
butterfly and a large beetle, are obtainable only on the island.

The island comes without an inhabitant.  You must scan an e-Reader card at the 
[Wishing Well] Negai no izumi (second option) to get one of the 18 original or 
18 new island animals.  The next day, they wash up on the island beach a la 
[Gulliver] Johnny.  Don't forget to revive them!

To get the island items, you must repeatedly talk to your islander and bring 
them pieces of furniture that they specifically request.  Each islander asks 
for about eight items.  After a while, they will return a piece of furniture to 
you, then later request it again.  Keep it nearby (drop it on the ground or put 
it in the bungalow) so that it will be handy the next time you visit the island.

Some of the islanders will offer you money for an item in your inventory.  You 
can turn them down if you think the amount is too low, or to hold out for an 
offer of an island item.  Doing so might make your islander mad, though.

Islanders often want to wear any clothes you have in your inventory.  They also 
may want any furniture, fossils, or gyroids in your inventory.  Protect items 
if you don't want your islander to have them.

Here are the 18 original islanders, their DnM+ card numbers, and their 
requested furniture (The carpeting and wallpaper that automatically appear in 
their hut is in parentheses.) (The location, in dialog, of the name of the item 
they are requesting, after positively responding to the islander, is in 
parentheses.):

014 [Ankha] Nairu or Nile - Retro Stereo, White King, White Queen, Ivory Piano, 
Regal Dresser, Regal Vanity, Harp, Pachira (Ancient Tile, Ancient Wall) (The 
item name appears in the second line of the first dialog bubble.  Two more 
bubbles follow.)

016 [Elina] Bindei - Turntable, Exotic Bed, Exotic Chair, Exotic Screen, Exotic 
Wardrobe, Blue Vase, Birdcage, Glass-Top Table (Fancy Carpet, Lattice Wall) 
(The item name appears in the second line of the first dialog bubble, 
accompanied by a question mark.  The second bubble is accompanied by gears.)

020 [Bliss] Kyarorain or Carolyn - Jukebox, Cabana Bed, Cabana Chair, Cabana 
Lamp, Cabana Screen, Cabana Vanity, Cabana Wardrobe, Weeping Fig (Cabana 
Flooring, Cabana Wall) (The item name appears in the third line of the first 
dialog bubble and in the first line of the second dialog bubble, which is 
accompanied by flowers.  One more bubble follows.)

022 [O'Hare] Santosu or Santos - Gold Stereo, Computer, Blue Bookcase, Kiddie 
Bookcase, Ranch Bookcase, Regal Bookcase, Writing Chair, Writing Desk (Tartan 
Rug, Library Wall) (The item name appears in the second line of the first 
dialog bubble, accompanied by a question mark.  The second bubble is 
accompanied by gears.)

025 [Maelle] Annu or Ann - Phonograph, Cabana Bed, Classic Hutch, Classic 
Cabinet, Classic Sofa, Vibraphone, Aloe, Rubber Tree (Ceramic Tile, Mod Wall) 
(The item name appears in the second line of the first dialog bubble.  Two more 
bubbles follow.)

028 [Dobie] Ken - Tape Deck, Deer Scare, Garden Pond, Shrine Lantern, Pond 
Lantern, Stone Couple, Mossy Stone, Red Vase (Mossy Carpet, Garden Wall) (The 
item name appears in the second line of the second dialog bubble.  The first 
bubble is accompanied by a question mark.  The third bubble is accompanied by 
popping bubbles.)

030 [Pigleg] Bachikome - Red Boom Box, Pop Machine, Watermelon Table, 
Watermelon Chair, Melon Chair, Fan, Toilet, Keg (Tropical Floor, Tropical 
Vista) (The item name appears in the second line of the first dialog bubble, 
accompanied by a question mark.  Three more bubbles follow.)

032 [Plucky] Pataya - Jukebox, Cabin Dresser, Cabin Armchair, Cabin Couch, 
Ranch Hutch, Ranch Bed, Ranch Bookcase, Fan Palm (Ranch Flooring, Cabin Wall) 
(The item name appears in the second line of the first dialog bubble, 
accompanied by a question mark.  The second bubble is accompanied by gears.)

034 [Drift] Doku or Doc - CD Player, Steamroller, Oil Drum, Haz-Mat Barrel, 
Iron Frame, Flagman Sign, Men at Work Sign, Wet Roadway Sign (Sandlot, Sandlot 
Wall) (The item name appears in the second line of the first dialog bubble.  
Three more bubbles follow.)

037 [Rowan] Gomesu or Gomez - Hi-Fi Stereo, Cabin Armchair, Cabin Table, Cabin 
Couch, Cabin Clock, Flowery Painting, Worthy Painting, Cactus (Cowhide Rug, 
Stone Wall) (The item name appears in the second line of the first dialog 
bubble, accompanied by a question mark.  The second bubble is accompanied by 
gears.)

039 [Annalise] Shirubupure - Retro Stereo, Regal Bed, Regal Chair, Regal Table, 
Regal Lamp, Regal Vanity, Black Knight, White Knight (Plush Carpet, Classic 
Wall) (The item name appears in the second line of the first dialog bubble.  
Two more bubbles follow.)

041 [June] Mei or May - Lovely Stereo, Wide-Screen TV, Cabana Table, Classic 
Bed, Iris Chair, Daffodil Chair, Tulip Chair, Lady Palm (Birch Flooring, Cabana 
Wall) (The item name appears in the third line of the first dialog bubble and 
in the first line of the second dialog bubble, which is accompanied by flowers.
The third bubble is accompanied by popping bubbles.)

045 [Boomer] Shoi - Robo-Stereo, Robo-Clock, Lunar Lander, Lunar Rover, 
Spaceman Sam, Standing Stone, Leaning Stone, Stone Couple (Lunar Surface, Lunar 
Horizon) (The item name appears in the second line of the second dialog bubble.
The first bubble is accompanied by a question mark.  The third bubble is 
accompanied by popping bubbles.)

046 [Flash] Michiru - Hi-Fi Stereo, Blue Bed, Blue Cabinet, Blue Bench, Blue 
Bookcase, Train Set, Kitschy Clock, Bromeliaceae (Classroom Floor, Wood 
Paneling) (The item name appears in the second line of the first dialog bubble, 
accompanied by a question mark.  The second bubble is accompanied by gears.)

047 [Yodel] Yoderu or Yodel - Retro Stereo, Exotic Chair, Exotic End Table, 
Exotic Bureau, Exotic Chest, Plum Bonsai, Pine Bonsai, Azalea Bonsai (Tatami 
Floor, Tea Room Wall) (The item name appears in the second line of the second 
dialog bubble.  The first bubble is accompanied by a question mark.  The third 
bubble is accompanied by popping bubbles.)

048 [Faith] Machi - Robo-Stereo, Jack-in-the-Box, Papa Bear, Mama Bear, Baby 
Bear, Executive Toy, Water Bird, Elephant Slide (Playroom Rug, Playroom Wall) 
(The item name appears in the third line of the first dialog bubble and in the 
first line of the second dialog bubble, which is accompanied by flowers.  The 
third bubble is accompanied by popping bubbles.)

049 [Bud] Gura-san - Reel-to-Reel, Ebony Piano, Modern Bed, Rock Guitar, Djimbe 
Drum, Conga Drum, Strange Painting, Corn Plant (Steel Flooring, Concrete Wall) 
(The item name appears in the second line of the first dialog bubble.  Three 
more bubbles follow.)

050 [Flossie] Pisutachio or Pistachio - Turntable, Lovely Kitchen, Green Table, 
Green Bench, Green Counter, Refrigerator, Stove, Coconut Palm (Kitchen Flooring,
Kitchen Wall) (The item name appears in the second line of the first dialog 
bubble, accompanied by a question mark.  The second bubble is accompanied by 
gears.)


Here are the 18 new islanders, their DnMe+ card numbers, species, sex, and 
requested furniture (carpeting and wallpaper) (location of item name) (item 
received when card scanned at ETM):

025 Kakkun - frog - male - CD Player, Steamroller, Oil Drum, Haz-Mat Barrel, 
Iron Frame, Flagman Sign, Men at Work Sign, Wet Roadway Sign (Classroom Floor, 
Music Room Wall) (The item name appears in the second line of the second dialog 
bubble.  The first bubble is accompanied by a question mark.  The third bubble 
is accompanied by popping bubbles.) (Covered Wagon)

026 Patorishia or Patricia - rhino - female - Robo-Stereo, Jack-in-the-Box, 
Papa Bear, Mama Bear, Baby Bear, Executive Toy, Water Bird, Elephant Slide 
(Lovely Carpet, Kitchen Wall) (The item name appears in the third line of the 
first dialog bubble and in the first line of the second dialog bubble, which is 
accompanied by flowers.  The third bubble is accompanied by popping bubbles.) 
(Ranch Wall)

027 Furudei or Fruity - duck - male - Red Boom Box, Pop Machine, Melon Chair, 
Watermelon Chair, Watermelon Table, Toilet, Fan, Keg (Kitschy Tile, Kitschy 
Wall) (The item name appears in the second line of the first dialog bubble.  
Three more bubbles follow.) (Tumbleweed)

028 Koharu - kangaroo - female - Turntable, Lovely Kitchen, Green Table, Green 
Bench, Green Counter, Refrigerator, Stove, Coconut Palm (Red Tile, Ornate Wall) 
(The item name appears in the second line of the first dialog bubble, 
accompanied by a question mark.  The second bubble is accompanied by gears.) 
(Garden Gnome)

029 Haruku or Hulk - eagle - male - Retro Stereo, Regal Bed, Regal Chair, Regal 
Table, Regal Lamp, Regal Vanity, White Knight, Black Knight (Regal Carpet, 
Regal Wall) (The item name appears in the second line of the first dialog 
bubble, accompanied by a question mark.  The second bubble is accompanied by 
gears.) (Chess Table)

030 Madamuroza or Madam Rosa - bird - female - Retro Stereo, Ivory Piano, White 
King, White Queen, Regal Dresser, Regal Vanity, Harp, Pachira (Classic Carpet, 
Arched Window) (The item name appears in the second line of the first dialog 
bubble.  Two more bubbles follow.) (Bird Feeder)

049 Yasao or Pole - goat - male - Retro Stereo, Exotic Chair, Exotic End Table, 
Exotic Bureau, Exotic Chest, Plum Bonsai, Pine Bonsai, Azalea Bonsai (18 Mat 
Tatami, Mortar Wall) (The item name appears in the second line of the second 
dialog bubble.  The first bubble is accompanied by a question mark.  The third 
bubble is accompanied by popping bubbles.) (Detour Sign)

050 [Marina] Takorina or Tacorena - octopus - female - Lovely Stereo, Wide-
Screen TV, Cabana Table, Classic Bed, Iris Chair, Daffodil Chair, Tulip Chair, 
Lady Palm (Kitchen Flooring, Lovely Wall) (The item name appears in the third 
line of the first dialog bubble and in the first line of the second dialog 
bubble, which is accompanied by flowers.  The third bubble is accompanied by 
popping bubbles.) (Backyard Lawn)

051 Oriba or Oliver - hippo - male - Hi-Fi Stereo, Blue Bed, Blue Cabinet, Blue 
Bench, Blue Bookcase, Train Set, Kitschy Clock, Bromeliaceae (Sandlot, Western 
Vista) (The item name appears in the second line of the first dialog bubble.  
Three more bubbles follow.) (Tiki Torch)

052 Chami or Charm - bear - female - Jukebox, Cabin Dresser, Cabin Armchair, 
Cabin Couch, Ranch Hutch, Ranch Bed, Ranch Bookcase, Fan Palm (Exotic Rug, 
Garden Wall) (The item name appears in the second line of the first dialog 
bubble, accompanied by a question mark.  The second bubble is accompanied by 
gears.) (G Logo)

053 Verudan - cattle - male - Hi-Fi Stereo, Cabin Armchair, Cabin Table, Cabin 
Couch, Cabin Clock, Flowery Painting, Worthy Painting, Cactus (Blue Flooring, 
Plaza Wall) (The item name appears in the second line of the first dialog 
bubble, accompanied by a question mark.  The second bubble is accompanied by 
gears.) (Storefront)

054 Ruru or Lulu - anteater - female - Phonograph, Cabana Bed, Classic Hutch, 
Classic Cabinet, Classic Sofa, Vibraphone, Aloe, Rubber Tree (Birch Flooring, 
Rose Wall) (The item name appears in the second line of the first dialog bubble.
Two more bubbles follow.) (Exotic Chest)

073 Pironkon - crocodile - male - Robo-Stereo, Robo-Clock, Lunar Lander, Lunar 
Rover, Spaceman Sam, Standing Stone, Leaning Stone, Stone Couple (Steel 
Flooring, Industrial Wall) (The item name appears in the second line of the 
second dialog bubble.  The first bubble is accompanied by a question mark.  The 
third bubble is accompanied by popping bubbles.) (Flying Saucer)

074 Isako - cattle - female - Gold Stereo, Computer, Blue Bookcase, Kiddie 
Bookcase, Ranch Bookcase, Regal Bookcase, Writing Desk, Writing Chair (Diner 
Tile, Citrus Wall) (The item name appears in the third line of the first dialog 
bubble and in the first line of the second dialog bubble, which is accompanied 
by flowers.  The third bubble is accompanied by popping bubbles.) (Campfire)

075 Masa - dog - male - Tape Deck, Deer Scare, Garden Pond, Shrine Lantern, 
Pond Lantern, Stone Couple, Mossy Stone, Red Vase (Old Flooring, Exotic Wall) 
(The item name appears in the second line of the first dialog bubble.  Three 
more bubbles follow.) (Coffee Machine)

076 Uzume - gorilla - female - Turntable, Exotic Bed, Exotic Chair, Exotic 
Screen, Exotic Wardrobe, Blue Vase, Birdcage, Glass-Top Table (Opulent Rug, 
Floral Wall) (The item name appears in the second line of the first dialog 
bubble, accompanied by a question mark.  The second bubble is accompanied by 
gears.) (Sentou Bathtub)

077 Karurosu or Carlos - sheep - male - Reel-to-Reel, Ebony Piano, Modern Bed, 
Rock Guitar, Djimbe Drum, Conga Drum, Strange Painting, Corn Plant, (Bamboo 
Flooring, Wood Paneling) (The item name appears in the second line of the first 
dialog bubble, accompanied by a question mark.  Two more bubbles follow.) 
(Boxing Barricade)

078 Juria or Julia - ostrich - female - Jukebox, Cabana Bed, Cabana Chair, 
Cabana Lamp, Cabana Screen, Cabana Vanity, Cabana Wardrobe, Weeping Fig (Regal 
Carpet, Classic Wall) (The item name appears in the second line of the first 
dialog bubble.  Two more bubbles follow.) (Classic Painting)

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16) RESET MONITORING CENTER
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You can visit [Mr. Resetti] Mr. Reset at the Reset Monitoring Center (RMC)!  
The first time he visits you (after you press the reset button or turn off/lose 
the power while playing), he will turn and speak to you, the player/viewer.  
After the second time he visits, bang on all your rocks with a shovel or axe 
every day.  You may crack, then break a rock, revealing a hole in the ground.  
Fall into the hole to see where he hangs out.

Visiting the RMC can be a weekly occurrence on a random day of the week.  
Notice the alarm hanging from the ceiling, and prepare for when it activates 
while you are visiting!

[Don] Mr. Racket visits you after the fifth time you press the reset button or 
turn off/lose the power while playing.  He can then be seen in the RMC, too.

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17) TOWN DECORATIONS
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You can install town decorations!  You can pay [Tom Nook] Tanukichi to build an 
object of your choice, one per day.  Your town comes with a choice of three of 
the following:

Kouenno tokei or Clock Stand: 18,000 bells
Gasu tou or Lamppost: 14,000 bells
Hanadokei or Floral Clock: 28,000 bells
Mizukumi fuusha or Water Windmill: 27,000 bells
Heripoto or Heliport: 15,000 bells
Fuuryokuhatsuden ki or Wind Power Windmill: 18,000 bells
Dokan or Sewer Pipes: 17,000 bells
Sutonhenji or Stonehenge: 26,000 bells
Michishirube or Guidepost: 13,000 bells
Funsui or Water Fountain: 30,000 bells
Chijoue or Ground Sculpture: 20,000 bells
Ido or Well: 14,000 bells

There are also three "secret" objects available only from a Nintendo webpage:
Ashiato or Footprints: 19,000 bells
Kinoko or Mushroom: 24,000 bells
Tamago or Egg: 32,000 bells

You can get any of the objects from the Object Delivery Center.  Here are 
instructions prepared by Kimbles45:

1) Go to the "Obj Delivery Center" page on the official website 
(http://www.nintendo.co.jp/ngc/gaej/obje/index.html)
and scroll down until you find the decoration you want. (Click the button with 
a magnifying glass under the picture to see a screenshot of it in the game)

2) Click the button with a money bag on it, under the item you want....it'll 
take you to a page with a picture of Tsunekichi (Crazy Redd) on it....he will 
re-state the amount of bells the item will cost. Press the button that says 
"OK" with a bell bag and happy face on it, then the wiggling arrow button, to 
continue....XD

3) Now you will choose which acre to put the decoration on...(they always will 
be placed where the little signs are in the acres, just like with animal houses,
Katrina's tent, etc....so, make sure there is a sign in the acre you want it in,
before you select where to put it)...select the acre you want on the map grid 
it gives you, then keep pressing the blue happy face buttons to confirm your 
choice....after that, click the wiggling arrow to continue, or the green (!) 
button to change the acre you chose.

4) Now you will put in your town and player names.....It gives you a letter 
chart to put the names in with, with tabs at the side to change the writing 
style....the tabs are, hiragana (default), katakana, and English and symbols, 
in that order....Town name goes first, and player name goes second......the 
button with a check mark on it is backspace. Once you put both in, a wiggling 
arrow will appear at the bottom...click that to continue.

5) Now it will confirm everything you have said....it will show the decoration 
you are ordering at the top, the acre you're putting it in, your town and 
player names, and the price in bells....press the first green (!) to re-select 
the acre, and the second one to change your town and player names....press the 
wiggling arrow to continue.

6) Now it will pause and load, then give you a password for the 
decoration.....press the button underneath to print it out, or just copy it out 
onto paper, or whatever.....

7) Now go onto the game and talk to Tanukichi, and select the option to say a 
password...(not sure exactly what option that is, but it would say something 
about "aikotoba")..put in the password you got from the website, and Tanukichi 
will state the acre, price, and decoration you're getting, then ask if you want 
to order it...say yes (first option), and he will take the money for the 
decoration....if you don't have enough, you'll have to put in the password 
again once you do. You can only order one decoration per day.

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18) NEW FISH
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There are eight new fish to catch, all in the ocean!  Using their position in 
your fish inventory, here are their names, availability, and selling prices:

Row 5, Column 6:
[Horse Mackerel] Aji, all year all day, 120 bells

Row 6, Column 1:
[Puffer Fish] Harisenbon, all year all day, 200 bells

Row 6, Column 2:
[Dab] Karei (eyes face right), October through April all day, 200 bells

Row 6, Column 3:
[Olive Flounder] Hirame (eyes face left), March through December all day, 800 
bells

Row 6, Column 4:
[Squid] Ika, December through July all day, 400 bells

Row 6, Column 5:
[Octopus] Tako, March through July and mid-September through January all day, 
450 bells

Row 6, Column 6:
[Seahorse] Tatsunootoshito, April through November all day, 1,500 bells

Row 6, Column 7:
[Blue Marlin] Kajikimaguro, all year all day, 10,000 bells

The Puffer Fish and the Blue Marlin can be caught only from the island.

48 total fish are needed to obtain the Golden Rod.

In inventory order, here are their names, their selling price, where to catch 
them, and when to catch them:

[Crucian Carp] Funa - 120 - in river - all year, all day (best time is March 
through June and September through November, 9am to 4pm)

[Brook Trout] Kawamasu - 150 - in large pond - all year, all day

[Carp] Koi - 300 - in river - all year, all day (best time is April through 
June and October through November, 4pm to 9am)

[Koi] Nishikikoi - 2,000 - in river - all year, 4pm to 9am

[Barbel Steed] Nigoi - 200 - in river - all year, all day (best time is 
November through April, 9pm to 4am)

[Dace] Ugui - 200 - in river - all year, 4pm to 9am (best time is November 
through April, 9pm to 4am)

[Catfish] Namazu - 200 - in river - May through October, 4pm to 9am (best time 
is June, 9pm to 4am)

[Giant Catfish] Oonamazu - 3,000 - in large pond - June through August, 4pm to 
9am

[Pale Chub] Oikawa - 200 - in river - all year, 9am to 4pm

[Bitterling] Tanago - 1,300 - in river - December through February, all day

[Loach] Dojou - 300 - in river - March through May, all day (best time is March,
9am to 4pm)

[Bluegill] Burugiru or Bluegill - 120 - in river - all year, 9am to 4pm (best 
time is May through November)

[Small Bass] Chiisaibasu - 200 - in river - all year, all day (best time is May 
through November, 9am to 4pm)

[Bass] Futsuunobasu - 300 - in river - all year, all day (best time is May 
through November, 4am to 9pm and 4pm to 9pm)

[Large Bass] Ookiibasu - 3,000 - in river - all year, all day (best time is May 
through November, 4pm to 9am)

[Giant Snakehead] Raigyo - 6,500 - in large pond - June through August, 9am to 
4pm

[Eel] Unagi - 2,000 - in river - June through mid-September, 4pm to 9am (best 
time is July through August, 9pm to 4am)

[Freshwater Goby] Donko - 300 - in river - all year, all day

[Pond Smelt] Wakasagi - 300 - in river - December through February, all day

[Sweetfish] Ayu - 1,300 - in river - July through mid-September, all day (best 
time is July through August, 4am to 9pm)

[Cherry Salmon] Yamame - 1,300 - in river - March through June, 4am to 9am and 
4pm to 9pm - September through November, 4am to 9pm and 4pm to 9pm

[Rainbow Trout] Nijimasu - 650 - in river - March through June, 4am to 9am and 
4pm to 9pm - September through November, 4am to 9pm and 4pm to 9pm

[Char] Ooiwana - 10,000 - under waterfall - March through June, 4am to 9am and 
4pm to 9pm - September through November, 4am to 9pm and 4pm to 9pm

[Stringfish] Itou - 15,000 - in river - December through February, 4pm to 9am

[Salmon] Sake - 650 - at river mouth, in river - first half of September, all 
day

[Goldfish] Kingyo - 1,300 - in river - all year, all day

[Popeyed Goldfish] Demekin - 1,300 - in river - all year, 9am to 4pm

[Guppy] Guppi or Guppy - 1,300 - in river - April through November, 9am to 4pm

[Angelfish] Enzerufisshu or Angelfish - 3,000 - in river - May through October, 
4pm to 9am

[Piranha] Pirania or Piranha - 6,500 - in river - June through mid-September, 
9am to 4pm and 9pm to 4am

[Arowana] Arowana - 10,000 - in river - June through mid-September, 4am to 9am 
and 4pm to 9pm

[Arapaima] Piraruku - 10,000 - in river - July through September, 4pm to 9am

[Crawfish] Zarigani - 250 - in holding pond - April through mid-September, all 
day

[Frog] Kaeru - 250 - in holding pond - May through August, all day

[Killifish] Medaka - 300 - in holding pond - April through August, all day

[Jellyfish] Kurage - 100 - in ocean - the second half of August, all day

[Sea Bass] Suzuki - 160 - in ocean - mid-September through mid-August, all day

[Horse Mackerel] Aji - 120 - in ocean - all year, all day (best time is March 
through October, 4am to 9pm)

[Red Snapper] Tai - 3,000 - in ocean - all year, all day (best time is April 
through June)

[Barred Knifejaw] Ishidai - 5,000 - in ocean - March through November, all day 
(best time is March through June and September through November)

[Puffer Fish] Harisenbon - 200 - off island - all year, all day (best time is 
June through August)

[Dab] Karei - 200 - in ocean - October through April, all day (best time is 
November through January)

[Olive Flounder] Hirame - 800 - in ocean - March through December, all day 
(best time is June through October)

[Squid] Ika - 400 - in ocean - December through July, all day (best time is 
April through July)

[Octopus] Tako - 450 - in ocean - March through July, all day - mid-September 
through January, all day

[Seahorse] Tatsunootoshigo - 1,500 - in ocean - April through November, all day 
(best time is June through September)

[Blue Marlin] Kajikimaguro - 10,000 - off island - all year, all day

[Coelacanth] Shirakansu or Coelacanth - 15,000 - in ocean during rain or snow - 
all year, 4pm to 9am - Special

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19) NEW INSECTS
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There are eight new "insects" to catch!  Using their position in your insect 
inventory, here are their names, availability, and selling prices:

Row 1, Column 5:
[Birdwing Butterfly] Arekusandoraageha, all year 8am to 5pm, 3,000 bells

Row 4, Column 4:
[Heracles Beetle] Herakuresuookabuto, on trees all year 11pm to 8am, 11,250 
bells

Row 5, Column 6:
[Flea] Nomi, on villagers March through November all day, 70 bells

Row 6, Column 2:
Gengorou or Water Beetle, in the river May through September 8am to 5pm, 250 
bells

Row 6, Column 3:
Kani or Crab, on the beach all year all day, 150 bells

Row 6, Column 4:
Yadokari or Hermit Crab, on the beach March through December all day, 200 bells

Row 6, Column 5:
Yashigani or Coconut Crab, shake coconut trees June through September 7pm to 
8am, 300 bells

Row 6, Column 7:
[Dung Beetle] Funkorogashi, playing with the ball March through October 7pm to 
8am, 400 bells

The Birdwing Butterfly and the Heracles Beetle can be caught only on the island.
Remember that beetles will appear only on non-coconut trees.

Catch the Coconut Crab in the village.

48 total insects are needed to obtain the Golden Net.

In inventory order, here are their names, their selling price, where to catch 
them, and when to catch them:

[Common Butterfly] Monshirochou - 80 - in air - March, 8am to 4pm - April 
through August, 8am to 5pm (best time is April through June, 8am to 4pm) - 
September through October, 8am to 4pm

[Yellow Butterfly] Monkichou - 80 - in air - March, 8am to 4pm - April through 
August, 8am to 5pm (best time is April through June, 8am to 4pm) - September 
through October, 8am to 4pm

[Tiger Butterfly] Agehachou - 200 - in air - April, 8am to 4pm - May through 
August, 8am to 5pm (best time is May through June, 8am to 4pm) - September, 8am 
to 4pm

[Purple Butterfly] Oomurasaki - 2,000 - in air - June through August, 8am to 
5pm

[Birdwing Butterfly] Arekusandoraageha - 3,000 - in air on island - all year, 
8am to 5pm

[Mantis] Kamakiri - 430 - on flowers - August through October, 8am to 5pm (best 
time is September, 8am to 4pm)

[Long Locust] Shouryoubatta - 200 - on ground - August through October, 8am to 
7pm (best time is September through October, 8am to 4pm) - November, 8am to 5pm

[Migratory Locust] Tonosamabatta - 1,350 - on ground - September through 
October, 8am to 7pm (best time is 8am to 4pm) - November, 8am to 5pm

[Red Dragonfly] Akiakane - 80 - in air - September through October, 8am to 7pm 
(best time is 4pm to 5pm)

[Common Dragonfly] Shiokaratonbo - 130 - in air - May through July, 8am to 5pm 
(best time is May through June)

[Darner Dragonfly] Ginyanma - 200 - in air - June through August, 8am to 5pm

[Banded Dragonfly] Oniyanma - 4,500 - in air - July through August, 8am to 5pm

[Brown Cicada] Aburazemi - 200 - on trees - July through August, 8am to 5pm 
(best time is 8am to 4pm)

[Robust Cicada] Minminzemi - 300 - on trees - July through August, 8am to 4pm

[Walker Cicada] Tsukutsukuboushi - 400 - on trees - July through September, 8am 
to 4pm

[Evening Cicada] Higurashi - 850 - on trees - July through August, 4am to 8am 
and 4pm to 7pm (best time is 5pm to 7pm)

[Cricket] Koorogi - 130 - on ground - September through November, 5pm to 8am 
(best time is September, 7pm to 4am)

[Grasshopper] Kirigirisu - 130 - on ground - July through August, 8am to 5pm 
(best time is August, 8am to 4pm)

[Pine Cricket] Matsumushi - 100 - on ground - September through October, 5pm to 
8am (best time is 7pm to 4am)

[Bell Cricket] Suzumushi - 430 - on ground - September through October, 5pm to 
8am (best time is September, 7pm to 4am)

[Ladybug] Tentoumushi - 130 - on flowers - March through July and October, 8am 
to 5pm (best time is March through May, 8am to 4pm)

[Spotted Ladybug] Nanahoshitentou - 200 - on flowers - March through July and 
October, 8am to 5pm (best time is March through May, 8am to 4pm)

[Drone Beetle] Kanabun - 80 - on trees - July through August, all day

[Firefly] Genjibotaru - 250 - near freshwater - June, 7pm to 4am (best time is 
7pm to 11pm)

[Longhorn Beetle] Gomadarakamikiri - 200 - on trees - June through August, 8am 
to 5pm (best time is June through July)

[Jewel Beetle] Tamamushi - 3,000 - on trees - July through August, 8am to 4pm

[Dynastid Beetle] Kabutomushi - 1,350 - on trees - July through August, 7pm to 
8am

[Heracles Beetle] Herakuresuookabuto - 11,250 - on trees on island - all year, 
11pm to 8am (best time is 11pm to 4am)

[Flat Stag Beetle] Hiratakuwagata - 2,000 - on trees - June through August, 7pm 
to 8am (best time is July through August)

[Saw Stag Beetle] Nokogirikuwagata - 2,000 - on trees - July through August, 
7pm to 8am

[Mountain Beetle] Miyamakuwagata - 2,000 - on trees - July through August, 7pm 
to 8am

[Giant Beetle] Ookuwagata - 10,000 - on trees - July through August, 11pm to 
8am

[Mole Cricket] Okera - 200 - underground - November through May, all day (best 
time is December through April)

[Snail] Dendenmushi - 250 - on flowers, usually during rain - April through 
September, all day

[Pillbug] Dangomushi - 250 - under rocks - all year, all day

[Spider] Kumo - 300 - in trees - April through September, all day

[Bagworm] Minomushi - 250 - in trees - October through March, all day

[Flea] Nomi - 70 - on villagers - March through November, all day (best time is 
July through September, 8am to 7pm)

[Mosquito] Ka - 130 - in air - May through September, 5pm to 11pm (best time is 
July through August)

[Bee] Hachi - 4,500 - in trees - all year, all day

[Pondskater] Amenbo - 130 - on large and holding ponds - June through September,
8am to 7pm

Gengorou or Water Beetle - 250 - in river - May through September, 8am to 5pm 
(best time is July through August)

Kani or Crab - 150 - on beach - all year, all day (best time is April through 
October)

Yadokari or Hermit Crab - 200 - on beach - March through December, all day 
(best time is June through September)

Yashigani or Coconut Crab - 300 - in coconut palms in village - June through 
September, 7pm to 8am

[Ant] Ari - 80 - on candy or rotten turnips - all year, all day

[Dung Beetle] Funkurogashi - 400 - near ball - March through October, 7pm to 
8am (best time is June through July, 7pm to 4am)

[Cockroach] Gokiburi - 5 - on trees, flowers, or rotten turnips - March through 
November, all day

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20) NEW FURNITURE
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There are dozens of new furniture!  In catalog order, here are their names, 
their size (small=one space, medium=two spaces, large=four spaces), their 
purchase price/selling price, where to obtain them (group assignment if 
available at [Tom Nook's] Tanukichi's), and any additional info:

Sentou or Public Bath Theme (10 of 11 items new; Scale is part of this Theme)
...Sentou no rokka or Sentou Locker, medium, 2000/400, group B
...Bandai or Clerk's Booth, small, 2200/440, group A
...Tsuitate or Screen, medium, 1500/375, group C
...Ofuro matto or Bath Mat, medium, 600/150, group B, can walk on
...Araiba or Faucets, medium, none or 2840/720, lottery
...Ofuro no isu or Bath Chairs, medium, 600/150, group A
...Oke or Bucket, small, 600/150, group A, can put on table
...Yubune or Sentou Bathtub, large, 9360 or 2340/585, Redd, steams
...Gyuunyuu kesu or Milk Case, small, 1900/475, group C, Lucky
...Masseji isu or Massage Chair, small, 1600/400, group C, can sit on

Wafuu or Japanese-style Theme
...Saihoubako or Wafuu Cabinet, small, 5600 or 1400/350, Redd, can hold items
...Andon or Paper Lantern, small, 800/200, group C
...Chabudai or Tea Table, small, 1000/250, group A, can place items on
...Hibachi, small, 1200/300, group A
...Chadansu or Tea Cupboard, medium, 1600/400, group C
...Irori or Hearth, large, 1600/400, group B

Hisshou daruma or Giant Dharma, small, 1600/400, group A, red, can put on table,
can use

Daruma or Dharma, small, 1200/300, group B, red, can put on table, can use

Mini daruma or Mini Dharma, small, 800/200, group C, red, can put on table, can 
use

Maneki neko or Lucky Cat, small, none or 1700/425, lottery, Special, Lucky, can 
put on table

Kuroi maneki neko or Black Lucky Cat, small, 6800 or 1700/425, Redd, Special, 
Lucky, can put on table

Tanuki no okimono or Raccoon Figurine, small, 8000 or 2000/400, Redd, Special, 
Lucky

Bujikaero or Lucky Frog, small, 5400 or 1350/338, Redd, Special, Lucky

Chouzubachi or Wash Basin, small, 1750/438, group B

Fusen chouzubachi or Zen Basin, small, 1840/460, group C

Naga chouzubachi or Temple Basin, medium, 1980/495, group A

Tokonoma or Tea Alcove, medium, 2500/625, group A

Kiridansu or Orange Drawers, small, 1300/325, group B, can hold items

Kaidandansu or Conversation Drawers, medium, 9000 or 2250/563, Redd, can hold 
items

Shougiban or Shogi Board, small, 1200/300, group C, orange

Byoubu or Screen, medium, 1650/413, group B, orange

Pinku no kotatsu or Pink Kotatsu, small, 1600/400, group C, can place items on

Aoi kotatsu or Blue Kotatsu, small, 1600/400, group B, can place items on

Peru or Garbage Pail, small, 1100/275, group B

Kuzukago or Trash Can, small, 1400/350, group A

Kadomatsu, small, 2580/645, limited time (December 25 to 30), Special

Kagamimochi, small, 1800/450, limited time (December 25 to 30), Special, can 
put on table

GBA Minigame Prizes:
...Ringo no danboru or Apple Box, small, none/25
...Kakashi or Scarecrow, small, none/105
...Joumonshikidoki or Vase, small, none/260
...Nekoashi basutabu or Bathtub, medium, none/320
...Basuketto no goru or Basketball Hoop, small, none/530
...Miira no hitsugi or Mummy's Casket, small, none/1100
...Mikan no danboru or Mandarin Box, small, none/25
...Tobidashi bouya or Jumping Boy Sign, small, none/135
...Shoukasen or Fire Hydrant, small, none/240, red
...Shakoukidoguu or Spaceman, small, none/360
...Pinborudai or Pinball Machine, medium, none/490, 1400 HRA, makes sounds
...Doramusetto or Drum Set, medium, none/800
...Kibako or Wooden Box, small, none/50
...Mokuba or Rocking Horse, small, none/150
...Shawa or Shower, small, none/220
...Kaji or Helm, small, none/280
...Datsubobo or Darts Board, small, none/380
...Ohimesama beddo or Canopy Bed, large, none/900

Tanukichi sain shikishi or Paw Sign, small, none/15, can put on table

Ezara or Display Dish, small, none/85, can put on table

Shouten no kanban or Nook's Billboard, medium, none/220

The Classroom Theme Cubby Hole and Letter Cubby are redesigned to be brown with 
various slippers placed in the cubbies.

The Aiko Figurine is available at [Tom Nook's] Tanukichi's, not from [Crazy 
Redd] Tsunekichi.

The Emi Figurine is available from [Crazy Redd] Tsunekichi, not at [Tom Nook's] 
Tanukichi's.

The Organizer, Pink Diary, French Notebook, Blue Polka Pad, and Yellow Plaid 
Pad are rare, available only from [Tortimer] Kotobuki on New Year's Day or from 
scanning select e-Reader cards at the ETM.

657 pieces of furniture are needed to complete the catalog.

The following items are considered Special, enhancing Feng Shui effects:
...Starman
...Lucky Cat
...Lucky Black Cat
...Raccoon Figurine
...Lucky Frog
...Luigi Trophy
...Mario Trophy
...G Logo
...Dracaena
...Kadomatsu
...Kagamimochi
...Hinaningyo
...Samurai Suit
...Tanabata Palm
...Big Festive Tree
...Festive Tree
...Treasure Chest
...Autumn Medal
...Spring Medal
...Angler Trophy
...Fishing Trophy
...Box of Tissues
...Piggy Bank
...Mailbox
...Post Model
...One-Story Model
...Two-Story Model
...Coelacanth

The following items are considered Lucky, triggering a HRA Lucky Bonus of 777 
points:
...Modern Desk
...Jack-in-the-Box
...Milk Case
...Garden Pond
...Garden Gnome
...Frog Woman Pole
...Lucky Cat
...Lucky Black Cat
...Raccoon Figurine
...Lucky Frog
...Arwing
...Master Sword
...N Logo
...G Logo
...Ivory Piano
...Plum Bonsai
...Dracaena
...Hinaningyo
...Samurai Suit
...Tanabata Palm
...Big Festive Tree
...Festive Tree
...Treasure Chest
...Birthday Cake
...Aerobics Radio
...Lovely Phone
...Box of Tissues
...Piggy Bank
...Mailbox
...Post Model
...Balloon Fight
...Baseball
...Clu Clu Land
...Clu Clu Land D
...DK Jr Math
...Donkey Kong
...Donkey Kong Jr
...Excitebike
...Golf
...Pinball
...Soccer
...Tennis
...Wario's Woods
...NES Console
...Wishing Well Model
...One-Story Model
...Two-Story Model

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21) NEW WALLPAPER
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There are two new wallpapers:

Sentou no kabe for Sentou Theme, none/1500, [Wendell] Seiichi
Boroitsuchi kabe for Wafuu Theme, 800/200, group A

69 wallpapers are needed to complete the catalog.

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22) NEW CARPETING
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There are two new carpets:

Ofuroba tairo no yuka for Sentou Theme, none/1700, [Saharah] Rolland
Furuiitama no yuka for Wafuu Theme, 880/220, group C

69 carpets are needed to complete the catalog.

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23) NEW HANDHELD
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There is one new handheld item:

[Party Popper] Kurakka, 120/30, limited time (December 16 to 30, or sales)

Fans, pinwheels, and balloons are available at [Tom Nook's] Tanukichi's sales 
in addition to [Crazy Redd's] Tsunekichi's July 4 cart.

65 handheld items are needed to complete the catalog.

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24) NEW MUSIC
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All 55 airchecks from AC are available from Totakeke in DnMe+.  You must still 
request three by name:

K.K. Song - hiragana ke ke katakana so n gu
I Love You - hiragana da i su ki
Two Days Ago - hiragana o to to i

There are three brand new airchecks to collect from Totakeke in DnMe+:

My Place - hiragana bo ku no ba sho
Forest Life - hiragana mo ri no se i ka tsu
To the Edge - katakana na mi na mi

In catalog order, here are hiragana/katakana for the other 52 songs:

K.K. Chorale - hiragana ke ke sa n bi ka
K.K. March - hiragana ke ke katakana ma - chi
K.K. Waltz - hiragana ke ke katakana wa ru tsu
K.K. Swing - hiragana ke ke katakana su u i(small) n gu
K.K. Jazz - hiragana ke ke katakana ja zu
K.K. Fusion - hiragana ke ke katakana fu yu(small) - jo n
K.K. Etude - hiragana ke ke no katakana e chu - do
K.K. Lullaby - hiragana ke ke katakana ra ra ba i
K.K. Aria - hiragana ke ke katakana ma ri a
K.K. Samba - hiragana ke ke katakana sa n ba
K.K. Bossa - hiragana ke ke katakana bo tsu(small) sa
K.K. Calypso - hiragana ke ke katakana ka ri pu so
K.K. Salsa - hiragana ke ke katakana sa ru sa
K.K. Mambo - hiragana ke ke katakana ma n bo
K.K. Reggae - hiragana ke ke katakana re ge e
K.K. Ska - hiragana ke ke katakana su ka
K.K. Tango - hiragana ke ke katakana ta n go
K.K. Faire - katakana ha i sa i hiragana ke ke
Aloha K.K. - katakana a ro ha hiragana ke ke
Lucky K.K. - katakana a i ri tsu(small) shu hiragana so n gu
K.K. Condor - katakana pe ru - hiragana no u ta
K.K. Steppe - katakana ko sa tsu(small) ku hiragana so n gu
Imperial K.K. - hiragana ke ke katakana cha i na
K.K. Casbah - katakana to ru ko hiragana so n gu
K.K. Safari - hiragana ke ke katakana a fu ro
K.K. Folk - hiragana ke ke mi n yo u
K.K. Rock - hiragana ke ke katakana ro tsu(small) ku
Rockin' K.K. - hiragana ke ke no katakana ro ke n ro - ru
K.K. Ragtime - katakana ra gu ta i mu
K.K. Gumbo - katakana nyu - o ri n zu(su) hiragana so n gu
The K. Funk - hiragana ke ke katakana fa n ku
K.K. Blues - hiragana ke ke katakana bu ru - su
Soulful K.K. - hiragana ke ke katakana go su pe ru
K.K. Soul - hiragana ke ke katakana so u ru
Cruisin' K.K. - katakana a - ba n hiragana ke ke
K.K. Love Song - hiragana ke ke katakana ra vu so n gu
K.K. D & B - katakana do ra mu n be - su
K.K. Technopop - katakana te ku no bi - to
DJ K.K. - katakana yu - ro bi - to
Only Me - katakana o n ri - mi -
K.K. Country - hiragana ke ke katakana ka n to ri -
Surfin' K.K. - katakana e re ki hiragana so n gu
K.K. Ballad - hiragana ke ke katakana ba ra tsu(small) do
Comrade K.K. - hiragana sho u wa ke ke ka yo u
K.K. Lament - hiragana ke ke e n ka
Go K.K. Rider! - hiragana yu ke ! ke ke katakana ra i da -
K.K. Dirge - hiragana ko wa i u ta
K.K. Western - hiragana ke ke katakana u e(small) su ta n
Mr. K.K. - hiragana ke ke se n se i
Cafe K.K. - hiragana ke ke katakana pa ri
K.K. Parade - hiragana ke ke katakana pa re - do
Senor K.K. - katakana se nyo - ru hiragana ke ke

You can hear Totakeke in your house because now you can collect his vocal 
recording of each song!  You get vocal recordings of the 58 songs from "best 
friend" villagers (see above).  Their icon is a double note, instead of the 
single note for airchecks.  In catalog order, here are sources (using AC names) 
for each (new DnMe+ animals in parentheses):

K.K. Chorale - Jambette, Chevre, Kitt, Alli (038 Sumi)
K.K. March - Hector, Paolo, Doc, Weber (003 Jan, 023 Yamato)
K.K. Waltz - Jay, Cupcake, Elmer, Sue E. (018 Christiane)
K.K. Swing - Mitzi, Monique, Purrl, Baabara (066 Vanessa)
K.K. Jazz - Pompom, Sydney, Blaire, Eloise (011 Gantetsu, 034 Monpe)
K.K. Fusion - Zoe, Maddie, Butch, Hazel (009 Gen)
K.K. Etude - Kitty, Emerald, Valise, Pierce (006 Marie)
K.K. Lullaby - Nate, Midge, Snake (064 Mikacchi)
K.K. Aria - Boots, Goldie, Anicotti, Bunnie (048 Aria)
K.K. Samba - Bubbles, Rio, Cashmere, Cheri
K.K. Bossa - Robin, Cleo, Mallary (014 Sally, 020 Kurara)
K.K. Calypso - Twiggy, Patty, Scoot, Candi
K.K. Salsa - Bessie, Lily, Peanut (024 Miranda)
K.K. Mambo - Biskit, Jeremiah, Hugh, Pippy (043 Pusuke)
K.K. Reggae - Otis, Bill, Curly, T-Bone
K.K. Ska - Bluebear, Axel, Cobb, Woolio (015 Kitt, 063 Makoto)
K.K. Tango - Petunia, Friga, Freya
K.K. Faire - Cyrano, Chico, Rasher, Fang
Aloha K.K. - Marcy, Rex, Dotty, Hornsby
Lucky K.K. - Rollo, Aziz, Hopper, Rocco (037 Aisle)
K.K. Condor - Ava, Poncho, Amelia, Lulu (065 Kusukecha)
K.K. Steppe - Chow, Tutu, Puck, Vesta (012 Natasha)
Imperial K.K. - Pinky, Cousteau (047 Juubee)
K.K. Casbah - Pango, Betty, Peewee
K.K. Safari - Grizzly, Louie, Lobo (069 Hyouta)
K.K. Folk - Kabuki, Limberg, Carmen, Genji, Claude (044 Millennium)
K.K. Rock - Stinky, Tom, Camofrog, Tybalt (022 Rachel, 072 Bazure)
Rockin' K.K. - Rosie, Pudge, Joey, Rolf (042 Sylvia)
K.K. Ragtime - Bob, Anchovy, Mathilda, Bones (007 Jinpei, 055 Broccoli)
K.K. Gumbo - Dizzy, Huck, Queenie, Aurora (033 3Gou)
The K. Funk - Rhoda, Derwin, Astrid, Buzz (016 Boyd)
K.K. Blues - Chuck, Billy, Biff (035 Champagne, 059 Daiku)
Soulful K.K. - Yuka, Dora, Apollo, Spork (058 Megumi)
K.K. Soul - Daisy, Prince, Jane, Mint
Cruisin' K.K. - Velma, Bertha, Boris, Bangle (041 Joe)
K.K. Love Song - Hank, Gabi, Punchy
K.K. D & B - Admiral, Murphy, Belle, Octavian (013 Nobuo)
K.K. Technopop - Egbert, Sprocket, Cube, Nibbles (045 Analog)
DJ K.K. - Snooty, Tiara, Chief, Bitty (004 Sacchi, 070 Ketchup)
Only Me - Dozer, Piper, Olive, Gruff (008 Carrot)
K.K. Country - Kiki, Goose, Kody, Cookie (046 Centaur, 056 Sani)
Surfin' K.K. - Tank, Spike, Static, Eunice (062 Melbourne)
K.K. Ballad - Liz, Puddles, Ed, Ellie (002 Margaret, 010 Isabella)
Comrade K.K. - Iggy, Sven, Lucy
K.K. Lament - Groucho, Vladimir, Cesar, Gonzo
Go K.K. Rider! - Twirp, Ribbot, Samson, Rizzo (021 Tarou, 031 1Gou)
K.K. Dirge - Nosegay, Lucky, Gaston, Coco, Pate, Stella (071 Shubarutsu)
K.K. Western - Leigh, Quetzal, Ricky, Oxford (032 2Gou)
Mr. K.K. - Teddy, Ozzie, Leopold, Hambo
Cafe K.K. - Ursala, Portia, Gwen, Pecan
K.K. Parade - Ace, Penny, Roald, Bea (057 Poko, 068 Lemonade)
Senor K.K. - Tangy, Peaches, Huggy, Sally (005 Cervantes)
My Place - Tad, Winnie, Buck (039 Koji)
Forest Life - Alfonso, Savannah, Opal (067 Kamaboko)
To the Edge - Tabby, Stu, Wart Jr. (061 Jakoten)
K.K. Song - Freckles, Sandy, Wolfgang
I Love You - Maple, Carrie, Deena (017 Francois, 019 Peshimichi)
Two Days Ago - Olivia, Truffles, Filbert (001 Ben, 036 Sara, 040 Celi, 060
               Petunia)

In addition, after you scan the twelve DnMe+ music cards at the [Town Tune 
Board] Merodi keijiban (press "Right" button), you can request twelve more 
airchecks from Totakeke (the source for the corresponding vocal recording is in 
parentheses):

K01 [K.K. Dixie] Keke dikishi (Pelly)
K02 [K.K. Marathon] Keke gameran or K.K. Gamelon (Tom Nook)
K03 [Mountain Song] Arupen songu or Alpen Song (Porter)
K04 [Agent K.K.] Keke keiji or K.K. Cagy (Copper)
K05 [K.K. Rally] Keke ondo (Sable)
K06 [K.K. Rockabilly] Keke biri or K.K. Billy (Timmy or Tommy)
K07 [Pondering] Kangaechuu or Thinking Song (Tommy or Timmy)
K08 [Marine Song 2001] Funauta 2001 or Sailor's Song 2001 (Kapp'n)
K09 [Neapolitan] Naporitan or Napolitain (Blathers)
K10 [Steep Hill] Nidanzaka or ? (Pete)
K11 [K.K. Metal] Keke metaru (Phyllis)
K12 [King K.K.] Keke daimyou or K.K. Feudal Lord (Mabel)

140 music recordings are needed to complete the catalog.

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25) NES GAMES
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Here are sources for NES games:

From [Crazy Redd] Tsunekichi:
...Balloon Fight
...Clu Clu Land
...Donkey Kong Jr.
...Golf
...Pinball
...Soccer

From [Tom Nook's] Tanukichi's lottery:
...Clu Clu Land D
...Donkey Kong
...Donkey Kong Jr. Math
...Excitebike
...Tennis

From Islander:
...Baseball
...Wario's Woods

It is not yet known how to obtain Donkey Kong 3 or Punch-Out, but they will 
appear in your catalog if you move a DnM+ player, that has already obtained 
them, to DnMe+.

It is not known if Ice Climber, Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros., and Legend of 
Zelda are obtainable.

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26) GAME BOY ADVANCE MINIGAMES
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With your GBA linked (without an attached e-Reader), you can download one of 
three minigames (a different one each day) from the [Wishing Well] Negai no 
izumi (fourth option).  Their availability:

Sundays:  random
Mondays:  Darumasangakoronda
Tuesdays:  Donjanken
Wednesdays:  Nakadojji
Thursdays:  Darumasangakoronda
Fridays:  Donjanken
Saturdays:  Nakadojji

Darumasangakoronda, a game where you run to tag someone but move only while 
their back is turned
...Press "A" button to move
Prizes include:
...Ringo no danboru or Apple Box
...Kakashi or Scarecrow
...Joumonshikidoki or Vase
...Nekoashi basutabu or Bathtub
...Basuketto no goru or Basketball Hoop
...Miira no hitsugi or Mummy's Casket

Donjanken, paper/rock/scissors played while balancing on a log
...Press "Left" and "Right" buttons alternately to move along log
...Choose "Cross Pad" for paper, "B" button for scissors, "A" button for rock
Prizes include:
...Mikan no danboru or Mandarin Box
...Tobidashi bouya or Jumping Boy Sign
...Shoukasen or Fire Hydrant
...Shakoukidoguu or Spaceman
...Pinborudai or Pinball Machine
...Doramusetto or Drum Set

Nakadojji, dodgeball
...Use the "Cross Pad" to move
...Press "A" button to dive
Prizes include:
...Kibako or Wooden Box
...Mokuba or Rocking Horse
...Shawa or Shower
...Kaji or Helm
...Datsubobo or Darts Board
...Ohimesama beddo or Canopy Bed

Leave your GBA linked to your GCN, and leave your player in the middle of 
dialog at the [Wishing Well] Negai no izumi when playing.

Minigame rewards score 1,400 HRA Basic points.

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27) MARIO THEME
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Obtain the Mario Theme furniture, wallpaper, and carpeting items by using this 
webpage:  http://www.nintendo.co.jp/ngc/gaej/exchange/index.html.  Basically, 
you input a password, then receive a password that you can say to [Tom Nook] 
Tanukichi to get items.

Each of the 12 pictured animals will provide a different item:
...Burokkori or Broccoli (mouse) - Koopa Shell (green feng shui)
...Poko (bearcub) - Fireflower
...Shubarutsu (horse) - Green Pipe (green feng shui)
...Ramune or Lemonade (cat) - Super Mushroom (yellow feng shui)
...Megumi (dog) - ? Block
...Vanessa (wolf) - Block Flooring
...Pusuke (rabbit) - Flagpole
...1Gou (cat) - Starman (Special item)
...Shanpen or Champagne (dog) - Cannon
...Monpe (squirrel) - Brick Block
...Chieri or Celi (pig) - Coin
...Sara (mouse) - Mushroom Mural

Follow these steps for each item:

1) Send a present (fruit, clothing, it doesn't matter what) to each animal 
using their name and the town name hiragana ni n te n do u.  Go to [Tom Nook's] 
Tanukichi's and select the fifth option, then the first option.  Enter the town 
name first (hiragana ni n te n do u), then press the "Start" button.  Enter the 
animal's name next, then press the "Start" button again.  Confirm by choosing 
the first option, then identify what you are giving.  Confirm again, then watch 
for your password in light/bright pink.

2) On the webpage, click the present underneath the pictured animal.  You will 
see a blackboard with some information introducing the animal.  Click on the 
vibrating white triangle to continue.  Input the password by clicking on the 
hiragana boxes (click on the green check mark to backspace or delete).  Click 
on the vibrating white triangle when done.  Input your town's name next (there 
are additional tabs for katakana and roman letters/numbers).  Click on the 
second radial button (circle), then input your player's name.  Again, click on 
the vibrating white triangle to continue.  Confirm and submit by clicking on 
the vibrating white triangle one last time.  Your password should appear with a 
message from the animal.  Click on the red rectangle to print.

3) Go to [Tom Nook's] Tanukichi's and select the fifth option, then the second 
option.  Input your password, then press the "Start" button.  Receive your 
Mario Theme item from [Tom Nook] Tanukichi!

Remember, you can say only three passwords per session at [Tom Nook's] 
Tanukichi's.  Save, quit, then restart to enter more passwords.

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28) NINTENDO BENCH
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It is not yet known how to obtain the Nintendo Bench furniture item, but it 
will appear in your catalog if you move a DnM+ player, that has already 
obtained it, to DnMe+.

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29) E-READER
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An e-Reader is packaged with Doubutsu no Mori e+ at retail sale.

Attach the e-Reader by plugging it into your GBA(SP) game cartridge slot.

When linking to your GCN, attach the link cable to the e-Reader, if you are 
using a GBA.  If you are using a GBA SP, attach the link cable directly to the 
back of the GBA SP.  Plug the other end of the link cable into any of the other 
controller ports (2, 3, or 4).

After attaching your e-Reader and linking to your GCN, turn on your GBA(SP).  
Here is the menu after pressing the "Start" button:

1) Read Card
2) Communication
...a. GameCube Communication
...b. Game Boy Advance Communication
3) Game Start

When using the e-Reader, make sure it is "prepped" with DnMe+ programming 
before use.  You need to "prep" the e-Reader only once as long as you don't use 
the e-Reader for any other game.

To "prep" the e-Reader, go to the ETM in the [Post Office] Yuubinkyoku.  
(Alternately, use the [Wishing Well] Negai no izumi or the [Tailor] Shitateya.)
Here is the ETM menu:

1) Are you ready to scan a card?
...a. Ready!
......i. Press "A" when ready
...b. Prep e-Reader
......i. Press "A" when ready
......ii. Do you wish to scan a card?
.........1. Read card
.........2. Never mind
...c. Never mind

After choosing "Prep e-Reader," dialog bubbles appear explaining about linking 
your GBA.  Look for the dialog bubble that mentions the "A" button; it is 
telling you to press the controller "A" button when ready to proceed.

Before proceeding, choose "Communication," then "GameCube Communication" on 
your GBA(SP).  Next, proceed by pressing the controller "A" button.  When the 
data transfer is finished, you should see a "dancing" gyroid saying 
"Taikichiyuudehi," or "Ready for data."  Your e-Reader is now "prepped."

When using a "prepped" e-Reader, turn on the GBA(SP) and press the GBA(SP) 
"Start" button, then:

Select "Read Card" when you are not linked and wish to scan a DnM+ card.

Select "Game Start" when you are linked and wish to scan a card.

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30) E-READER CARDS
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There are 108 DnMe+ e-Reader cards.  Here is the breakdown by series:

Included with game: 001-006 (six cards)
Series 1: 007-030, K01-K04, D01-D04 (32 cards)
Series 2: 031-054, K05-K08, D05-D08 (32 cards)
Series 3: 055-078, K09-K12, D09-D12 (32 cards)
Promotional: C101-C105, C201 (six cards)

There are 78 new character e-Reader cards for Doubutsu no Mori e+.  The 18 new 
islanders were listed above in the Private Island & Islanders section.  Here 
are the 60 new villagers with their name, species, sex, personality, favorite 
clothing, music playing in their house, carpeting in their house, wallpaper in 
their house, and a brief description of their house decor (Item received after 
scanning at the ETM is in parentheses.):

001 [Walker] Ben - dog - male - [Lazy] boku - No. 67 Shirt - Two Days Ago - Old 
Flooring - Stone Wall - Cabin & Ranch furniture (Cow Skull)

002 Magaretto or Margaret - pig - female - [Normal] watashi - Yodel Shirt - K.K.
Ballad - Ranch Flooring - Green Wall - Cabin furniture (Barbecue)

003 [Rod] Jan - mouse - male - [Jock] oira - Zipper Shirt - K.K. March - Palace 
Tile - Wood Paneling - Ranch & Green furniture (Compass)

004 Sacchi - cat - female - [Peppy] atai - Daisy Shirt - no music - Birch 
Flooring - Mod Wall - domestic (Hamster Cage)

005 [Angus] Serubantesu or Cervantes - cattle - male - [Cranky] ore - Flame 
Shirt - Senor K.K. - Cowhide Rug - Ivy Wall - eclectic (Wagon Wheel)

006 Mari or Marie - sheep - female - [Snooty] atashi - Bad Plaid Shirt - K.K. 
Etude - Palace Tile - Stately Wall - Regal furniture (Regal Cupboard)

007 [Moe] Jinpei - cat - male - [Lazy] boku - Fish Bone Shirt - no music - 
Classroom Floor - Green Wall - fruit furniture (Hammock)

008 Kyarotto or Carrot - cattle - female - [Normal] watashi - Tropical Shirt - 
Only Me - Backyard Lawn - Mod Wall - guitars & cacti (Picnic Table)

009 Gen - sheep - male - [Jock] oira - Red Check Shirt - K.K. Fusion - Modern 
Tile - Kiddie Wall - Kiddie & kitchen furniture (Boxing Mat)

010 [Bella] Izabera or Isabella - mouse - female - [Peppy] atai - Skull Shirt - 
K.K. Ballad - Steel Flooring - Concrete Wall - domestic (Haz-Mat Barrel)

011 [Curt] Gantetsu - bear - male - [Cranky] ore - MVP Shirt - K.K. Jazz - 
Tartan Rug - Manor Wall - eclectic (Jackhammer)

012 Natasha - squirrel - female - [Snooty] atashi - Leather Jerkin - K.K. 
Steppe - Cowhide Rug - Arched Window - eclectic (Covered Wagon)

013 Nobuo - penguin - male - [Lazy] boku - Paw Shirt - K.K. D & B - Concrete 
Floor - Concrete Wall - office & workout furniture (Merge Sign)

014 [Margie] Sari or Sally - elephant - female - [Normal] watashi - Hot Spring 
Shirt - K.K. Bossa - Exquisite Rug - Mosaic Wall - Exotic furniture (Candy 
Machine)

015 Kitto or Kitt - squirrel - male - [Jock] oira - Jagged Shirt - no music - 
Kitchen Tile - Blue Wall - fruit furniture (Hammock)

016 Boido or Boyd - gorilla - male - [Cranky] ore - Fortune Shirt - The K. Funk 
- Parquet Floor - Arched Window - chairs & paintings (Blue Corner)

017 Furansowa or Francois - rabbit - female - [Snooty] atashi - Dark Polka 
Shirt - I Love You - Ceramic Tile - Parlor Wall - Lovely furniture (Mr. 
Flamingo)

018 Kurisuchinu or Christiane - rabbit - female - [Peppy] atai - Light Polka 
Shirt - K.K. Waltz - Diner Tile - Lovely Wall - Lovely furniture (Mrs. 
Flamingo)

019 [Benedict] Peshimichi - chicken - male - [Jock] oira - Two-Ball Shirt - I 
Love You - Sidewalk - Backyard Fence - eclectic gray (Western Fence)

020 Kurara - hippo - female - [Normal] watashi - Yellow Bolero - no music - 
Daisy Meadow - Meadow Vista - domestic (Birdhouse)

021 Tarou - wolf - male - [Jock] oira - Houndstooth Knit - Go K.K. Rider! - 
Music Room Floor - Office Wall - workout furniture (School Desk)

022 Reicheru or Rachel - bear - female - [Peppy] atai - Denim Shirt - K.K. Rock 
- Kitschy Tile - Groovy Wall - eclectic (Bird Bath)

023 Yamato - crocodile - male - [Cranky] ore - Wave Shirt - K.K. March - Shanty 
Mat - Shanty Wall - Japanese decor (Sprinkler)

024 Miranda - duck - female - [Snooty] atashi - Laced Shirt - K.K. Salsa - 
Checkered Tile - Plaza Wall - pine furniture (French Notebook)

031 [Kid Cat] 1Gou - cat - male - [Jock] oira - No. 1 Shirt - no music - 
Sandlot - Sandlot Wall - workout furniture (Ringside Table)

032 [Agent S] 2Gou - squirrel - female - [Peppy] atai - No. 2 Shirt - K.K. 
Western - Charcoal Tile - Tree-Lined Wall - eclectic (Picnic Table)

033 [Big Top] 3Gou - elephant - male - [Lazy] boku - No. 3 Shirt - K.K. Gumbo - 
Backyard Lawn - Meadow Vista - plants (Mochi Pestle)

034 Monpe - squirrel - female - [Normal] watashi - Kiwi Shirt - K.K. Jazz - 
Green Rug - Blue Wall - Regal furniture (Radiator)

035 Shanpen or Champagne - dog - male - [Cranky] ore - Gray Tartan - K.K. Blues 
- Diner Tile - Stone Wall - eclectic (Oil Drum)

036 [Bree] Sara - mouse - female - [Snooty] atashi - Floral Knit - Two Days Ago 
- Kitchen Flooring - Blue-Trim Wall - Regal furniture & paintings (Mop)

037 Airu or Aisle - bearcub - male - [Lazy] boku - Blue Grid Shirt - Lucky K.K. 
- Tartan Rug - Old Brick Wall - fish & insects (Flip-Top Desk)

038 [Nan] Sumi - goat - female - [Normal] watashi - Citrus Gingham - K.K. 
Chorale - Modern Tile - Library Wall - Cabana furniture (Pink Diary)

039 [Frobert] Koji - frog - male - [Jock] oira - Gracie's Top - My Place - 
Kitschy Tile - Citrus Wall - fruit furniture (Gracie's Top)

040 Chieri or Celi - pig - female - [Peppy] atai - Blue Stripe Knit - Two Days 
Ago - Ceramic Tile - Music Room Wall - Cabana furniture & plants (Lawn Chair) 

041 Jo or Joe - bird - male - [Cranky] ore - Orange Pinstripe - Cruisin' K.K. - 
Birch Flooring - Exotic Wall - Modern furniture (Well)

042 Shirubia or Sylvia - kangaroo - female - [Snooty] atashi - Flowery Shirt - 
Rockin' K.K. - Kitchen Flooring - Parlor Wall - pink furniture (Red Corner)

043 Pusuke - rabbit - male - [Lazy] boku - Racer Shirt - no music - Kiddie 
Carpet - Plaster Wall - eclectic (Bunny B. Balloon)

044 [Gladys] Chitose or Millennium - ostrich - female - [Normal] watashi - 
Misty Shirt - no music - 18 Mat Tatami - Modern Screen - Exotic furniture 
(Paper Lantern)

045 Anarogu or Analog - penguin - male - [Jock] oira - Spring Shirt - K.K. 
Technopop - Steel Flooring - Industrial Wall - clocks (Blue Tie-Dye)

046 [Victoria] Sentoaro or Centaur - horse - female - [Peppy] atai - Racer 6 
Shirt - K.K. Country - Daisy Meadow - Backyard Fence - domestic (Saddle Fence)

047 Juubee - lion - male - [Cranky] ore - Thunder Shirt - Imperial K.K. - Old 
Flooring - Lattice Wall - eclectic (Weight Bench)

048 Aria - chicken - female - [Snooty] atashi - Kaffe's Shirt - K.K. Aria - 
Plaza Tile - Mosaic Wall - Lovely furniture (Harp)

055 Burokkori or Broccoli - mouse - male - [Lazy] boku - Kiddie Shirt - K.K. 
Ragtime - Playroom Rug - Playroom Wall - Kiddie furniture (Kiddie Clock)

056 Sani - frog - female - [Normal] watashi - Citrus Shirt - no music - Cabana 
Flooring - Kitchen Wall - percussion & plants (Froggy Chair)

057 Poko - bearcub - male - [Jock] oira - Arctic Camo - K.K. Parade - Music 
Room Floor - Wood Paneling - eclectic (Speed Bag)

058 Megumi - dog - female - [Peppy] atai - Berry Gingham - Soulful K.K. - 
Lovely Carpet - Lovely Wall - Lovely furniture (Lefty Desk)

059 Daiku - bear - male - [Cranky] ore - Jungle Camo - no music - Red Tile - 
Cabin Wall - fish & totem poles (Sandbag)

060 Pechunia or Petunia - rhino - female - [Snooty] atashi - Rickrack Shirt - 
Two Days Ago - Daisy Meadow - Backyard Fence - pine furniture (Daffodil)

061 Jakoten - bird - male - [Lazy] boku - Green Tie-Dye - To the Edge - Mossy 
Carpet - Ivy Wall - plants & Exotic furniture (Storefront)

062 [Alice] Meruborun or Melbourne - koala - female - [Normal] watashi - Barber 
Shirt - Surfin' K.K. - Diner Tile - Green Wall - pine furniture & plants 
(Hammock)

063 [Antonio] Makoto - anteater - male - [Jock] oira - Big Star Shirt - K.K. 
Ska - Cabana Flooring - Plaza Wall - Modern furniture (Bus Stop)

064 Mikacchi - cat - female - [Peppy] atai - Dapper Shirt - no music - Daisy 
Meadow - Meadow Vista - domestic (Yoko Figurine)

065 Kusukecha - eagle - male - [Cranky] ore - Uncommon Shirt - no music - 
Ancient Tile - Basement Wall - Asteroids & Master Swords (Desert Cactus)

066 Vanessa - wolf - female - [Snooty] atashi - Subdued Print - K.K. Swing - 
Regal Carpet - Regal Wall - Regal furniture (Backyard Fence)

067 Kamaboko - penguin - male - [Lazy] boku - Spade Shirt - Forest Life - 
Backyard Lawn - Lunar Horizon - Sprinklers & Backyard Pool (Flagman Sign)

068 Ramune or Lemonade - cat - female - [Normal] watashi - Natty Shirt - no 
music - Citrus Carpet - Citrus Wall - fruit furniture (Train Car Model)

069 Hyouta - tiger - male - [Jock] oira - Three-Ball Shirt - K.K. Safari - 
Tropical Floor - Tropical Vista - comfortable (Gerbera)

070 Kechappu or Ketchup - duck - female - [Peppy] atai - Flicker Shirt - DJ K.K.
- Kitchen Tile - Ivy Wall - Green & Ranch furniture (Kitschy Clock)

071 [Roscoe] Shubarutsu - horse - male - [Cranky] ore - Checkered Shirt - K.K. 
Dirge - Chessboard Rug - Plaza Wall - Modern furniture (Watering Trough)

072 [Tiffany] Bazure - rabbit - female - [Snooty] atashi - Spiderweb Shirt - 
K.K. Rock - Birch Flooring - Stone Wall - plants (Baby Bear)

Promotional DnMe+ e-Reader character cards:

C101 Nindori - ostrich - ? - ? - ? - G Logo Shirt - ?

C102 Piere or Pierre - cat - ? - ? - ? - Jester Shirt - ?

C103 Bau or Bow - dog - ? - ? - ? - Houndstooth Knit - ?

C104 Myau or Meow - cat - ? - ? - ? - Blossom Shirt - ?

C105 Shoukichi - bird - ? - ? - ? - Orange Pinstripe - ?

C201 Shinabiri - duck - ? - ? - ? - MVP Shirt - ?

DnM+ cards are also useful when playing DnMe+.  Besides scanning animals into 
your village, you can scan the DnM+ cards at the DnMe+ ETM, and you can send 
the passwords on the DnM+ cards in letters to the characters in your village.  
Here are the items you receive when you a) scan and b) mail passwords:

001 Totakeke - a) Orange Box b) Display Dish
002 [Rover] Mishiranuneko or Unknown Cat - a) Globe b) Paw Sign
003 [Porter] Ekiin-san - a) Track Model b) Paw Sign
004 [Tom Nook] Tanukichi - a) Massage Chair b) Nook's Billboard
005 [Tortimer] Kotobuki - a) Shogi Board b) Paw Sign
006 [Mr. Resetti] Mr. Reset - a) Saw Horse b) Nook's Billboard
007 [Blathers] Futa - a) Ranch Bookcase b) Paw Sign
008 [Sable] Asami - a) Sewing Machine b) Display Dish
009 [Mabel] Kinuyo - a) Ranch Wardrobe b) Display Dish
010 [Kapp'n] Kappi - a) Sentou Locker b) Nook's Billboard
011 [Bob] Nikoban - a) N Logo b) Paw Sign
012 [Mitzi] Maru - a) Cabana Bookcase b) ?
013 [Punchy] Binta - a) Milk Case b) ?
014 [Ankha] Nairu or Nile - a) Regal Dresser b) N/A
015 [Paolo] Paoro or Paolo - a) Hearth b) Nook's Billboard
016 [Elina] Bindei - a) Blue Vase b) N/A
017 [Teddy] Taiheita - a) Writing Desk b) Nook's Billboard
018 [Portia] Burenda or Brenda - a) Regal Vanity b) Display Dish
019 [Peanut] Momoko - a) Stove b) Nook's Billboard
020 [Bliss] Kyarorain or Carolyn - a) Red Aloha Shirt b) N/A
021 [Bunnie] Ririan or Lilian - a) Papa Bear b) Nook's Billboard
022 [O'Hare] Santosu or Santos - a) Gold Stereo b) N/A
023 [Bill] Pitan - a) Birdcage b) Paw Sign
024 [Joey] Richado or Richard - a) Massage Chair b) Display Dish
025 [Maelle] Annu or Ann - a) Classic Sofa b) N/A
026 [Biff] Gaburieru or Gabriel - a) Folk Guitar b) ?
027 [Lobo] Bunzurou - a) Globe b) Nook's Billboard
028 [Dobie] Ken - a) Temple Basin b) N/A
029 [Rasher] Gureo - a) Modern Table b) ?
030 [Pigleg] Bachikome - a) Fan b) N/A
031 [Rhoda] Buiyon or Bullion - a) Regal Vanity b) Paw Sign
032 [Plucky] Pataya - a) Cabin Armchair b) N/A
033 [Tad] Tanbo - a) Froggy Chair b) ?
034 [Drift] Doku or Doc - a) Lily-Pad Table b) N/A
035 [Chevre] Yuki or Snow - a) Papa Bear b) ?
036 [Bangle] Ruzu - a) Kitschy Clock b) ?
037 [Rowan] Gomesu or Gomez - a) Cabin Table b) N/A
038 [Buck] Vayashikofu - a) Exotic Chest b) ?
039 [Annalise] Shirubupure - a) Regal Lamp b) N/A
040 [Bluebear] Gurumin - a) Rock Guitar b) Display Dish
041 [June] Mei or May - a) Daffodil Chair b) N/A
042 [Cheri] Aserora - a) Bear Pole b) Paw Sign
043 [Apollo] Aporo or Apollo - a) Billiard Table b) Display Dish
044 [Cube] Bisu or Screw - a) Daffodil Chair b) Nook's Billboard
045 [Boomer] Shoi - a) Spaceman Sam b) N/A
046 [Flash] Michiru - a) Blue Bench b) N/A
047 [Yodel] Yoderu or Yodel - a) Tea Table b) N/A
048 [Faith] Machi - a) Party Popper b) N/A
049 [Bud] Gura-san - a) Conga Drum b) N/A
050 [Flossie] Pisutachio or Pistachio - a) Green Table b) N/A
051 [Pinky] Tantan - a) Red Vase b) Nook's Billboard
052 [Nibbles] Garigari - a) Water Bird b) ?
053 [Dotty] Masa - a) Lunar Lander b) Nook's Billboard
054 [Scoot] Mamoru - a) Refrigerator b) Nook's Billboard
055 [Boris] Dari - a) Train Set b) Paw Sign
056 [Goose] Kenta or Kent - a) Ranch Bed b) Display Dish
057 [Admiral] Ittetsu - a) Samurai Suit b) ?
058 [Kody] Aidaho or Idaho - a) Raven Pole b) Nook's Billboard
059 [Pierce] Sebasu-chan - a) Circus Shirt b) Nook's Billboard
060 [Puck] Hokke or Hockey - a) Blue Clock b) ?
061 [Bones] Tomi - a) Writing Chair b) Paw Sign
062 [Dora] Tome - a) Sewing Machine b) ?
063 [Spike] Sukuwatto or Squat - a) Iron Frame b) Paw Sign
064 [Jane] Fiba or Fever - a) Lovely Lamp b) ?
065 [Tom Nook] Tanukichi - a) Work Uniform b) Paw Sign
066 [Pelly] Periko or Pelico - a) Sunflower b) Nook's Billboard
067 [Copper] Omawari-san (A) or Policeman A - a) Folding Chair b) Paw Sign
068 [Saharah] Rorran or Rolland - a) Exquisite Rug b) Display Dish
069 [Joan] Kaburiba - a) Massage Chair b) Paw Sign
070 [Jingle] Jingle - a) Jingle Shirt b) Paw Sign
071 [Crazy Redd] Tsunekichi - a) Paper Lantern b) Nook's Billboard
072 [Olivia] Oribia or Olivia - a) Regal Vanity b) ?
073 [Stinky] Asekusa - a) Chalkboard b) ?
074 [Purrl] Tama - a) Birdcage b) Nook's Billboard
075 [Eloise] Erefin or Elefin - a) Green Lamp b) Nook's Billboard
076 [Eunice] Mohea or Mohair - a) Retro TV b) ?
077 [Baabara] Torowa - a) Classic Clock b) Display Dish
078 [Dozer] Suripu or Sleep - a) Classic Bed b) ?
079 [Grizzly] Mu - a) Orange Drawers b) Display Dish
080 [Cookie] Perinu - a) Sunflower b) ?
081 [Butch] Jon or John - a) Modern Desk b) ?
082 [Filbert] Rikki or Ricky - a) Round Cactus b) Nook's Billboard
083 [Sally] Paseri or Parsley - a) Pear Wardrobe b) Display Dish
084 [Doc] Tobio - a) Chalkboard b) Display Dish
085 [Coco] Yayoi - a) Tea Cupboard b) ?
086 [Pompom] Norippe - a) Stove b) ?
087 [Derwin] Bon or Bonn - a) Giant Dharma b) ?
088 [Bubbles] Chako - a) Watermelon Chair b) Paw Sign
089 [Chief] Chifu or Chief - a) Odd Clock b) ?
090 [Samson] Pisu - a) Water Bird b) ?
091 [Limberg] Rakkyo or Rocky - a) Zen Basin b) Paw Sign
092 [Curly] Hamukatsu or Ham Sandwich - a) Tall Cactus b) ?
093 [Lucy] Rushi or Lucy - a) Kagamimochi b) Nook's Billboard
094 [Ava] Domigura - a) Cabin Low Table b) ?
095 [Leigh] Diana or Diane - a) Cabin Bed b) Paw Sign
096 [Chuck] Bifuteki or Beefsteak - a) Green Bench b) Paw Sign
097 [Patty] Karubi - a) Cabana Bookcase b) Paw Sign
098 [Jay] Tsubakuro - a) Phonograph b) Paw Sign
099 [Midge] Uzumaki or Whirlpool - a) Lovely Lamp b) Nook's Billboard
100 [Puddles] Choki - a) Apple TV b) Display Dish
101 [Lily] Reini or Rain - a) Fan b) ?
102 [Camofrog] Furumetaru or Full Metal - a) Tricera Skull b) Nook's Billboard
103 [Boots] Housaku - a) Exotic Bench b) ?
104 [Iggy] Otomatsu - a) Shogi Board b) Paw Sign
105 [Tybalt] Harimao - a) Folding Chair b) Display Dish
106 [Cyrano] Sakurajima - a) Taiko Drum b) Nook's Billboard
107 [Yuka] Yukari or Yuka - a) Regal Bookcase b) ?
108 [Elmer] Sabure - a) Phonograph b) ?
109 [Peaches] Dosako - a) Pink Kotatsu b) Paw Sign
110 [Vladimir] Gabi - a) Science Table b) Nook's Billboard
111 [Poncho] Poncho - a) Classic Table b) ?
112 [Peewee] Danberu or Dumbbell - a) Taiko Drum b) Display Dish
113 [Sprocket] Herutsu or Hertz - a) Extinguisher b) Paw Sign
114 [Marcy] Mojimoji - a) Toilet b) Display Dish
115 [Kitt] Appurike or Applique - a) Classic Desk b) ?
116 [Buzz] Hideyoshi - a) Rock Guitar b) ?
117 [Roald] Penta - a) Space Shuttle b) Display Dish
118 [Aurora] Orora or Aurora - a) Elephant Slide b) Nook's Billboard
119 [Olive] Pikkoro or Piccolo - a) Wobblelina b) Paw Sign
120 [Tom Nook] Tanukichi - a) ? b) ?
121 [Phyllis] Perimi or Pelimi - a) ? b) ?
122 [Booker] Omawari-san (B) or Policeman B - a) ? b) ?
123 [Wendell] Seiichi - a) ? b) ?
124 [Katrina] Hackemy - a) ? b) ?
125 [Gulliver] Johnny - a) Bottled Ship b) Nook's Billboard
126 [Tangy] Hyakupa - a) ? b) ?
127 [Monique] Jen - a) ? b) ?
128 [Kitty] Shokora or Chocolate - a) ? or b) ?
129 [Opal] Oparu or Opal - a) Red Vase b) Nook's Billboard
130 [Stella] Akuriru or Acrylic - a) ? b) ?
131 [Cashmere] Ramuru - a) ? b) ?
132 [Chow] Chauyan - a) ? b) ?
133 [Goldie] Kyarameru or Caramel - a) Cream Sofa b) ?
134 [Bea] Beguru or Beggar - a) ? b) ?
135 [Ricky] Kajirou - a) ? b) ?
136 [Blaire] Shiruetto or Silhouette - a) ? b) ?
137 [Gaston] Mosakichi - a) ? b) ?
138 [Claude] Binega or Vinegar - a) ? b) ?
139 [Weber] Achotto - a) ? b) ?
140 [Mallary] Sumimomo - a) ? b) ?
141 [Bertha] Anko - a) Vibraphone b) ?
142 [Wolfgang] Robo or Lobo - a) ? b) ?
143 [Chico] Chubo - a) ? b) ?
144 [Anicotti] Razania - a) ? b) ?
145 [Truffles] Tonko - a) ? b) ?
146 [Cobb] Hakase or Doctorate - a) ? b) ?
147 [Betty] Hoippu or Whip - a) ? b) ?
148 [Hank] Tatsuta or Tadzuta - a) ? b) ?
148 [Stu] Morisu or Mollis - a) ? b) ?
150 [Belle] Miruku or Milk - a) ? b) ?
151 [Anchovy] Anchobi or Anchovy - a) Slot Machine b) ?
152 [Otis] Takuan - a) ? b) ?
153 [Jeremiah] Kuwatoro - a) ? b) ?
154 [Huck] Sutoro - a) ? b) ?
155 [Ribbot] Gacha or Gatsha - a) ? b) ?
156 [Liz] Sutoroberi or Strawberry - a) ? b) ?
157 [Velma] Bitie - a) ? b) ?
158 [Rolf] Chomoran - a) ? b) ?
159 [Snooty] Komachi or Belle - a) ? b) ?
160 [Sydney] Shidoni or Sydney - a) ? b) ?
161 [Winnie] Makiba suta or Farm Suit - a) Lovely Chair b) Nook's Billboard
162 [Cleo] Aisotopu or Isotope - a) ? b) ?
163 [Rex] Sande or Sandy - a) ? b) ?
164 [Maple] Mepuru or Maple - a) ? b) ?
165 [Hornsby] Mitsuo - a) ? b) ?
166 [Cesar] Aran or Alan - a) ? b) ?
167 [Rio] Dejaneiro or de Janeiro - a) ? b) ?
168 [Carrie] Mami or Mommy - a) ? b) ?
169 [Mathilda] Azaraku - a) ? b) ?
170 [Quetzal] Hachetto or Hatchet - a) ? b) ?
171 [Hopper] Daruman or Dalman - a) ? b) ?
172 [Ursala] Neya - a) ? b) ?
173 [Lulu] Eruninyo or El Nino - a) ? b) ?
174 [Pango] Patora - a) ? b) ?
175 [Tom Nook] Tanukichi - a) ? b) ?
176 [Timmy] Mamekichi - a) ? b) ?
177 [Chip] Uomasa - a) ? b) ?
178 [Blanca] Ayashiineko or Suspicious Cat - a) ? b) ?
179 [Kabuki] Kabukichi - a) ? b) ?
180 [Ellie] Ekurea or Eclair - a) ? b) ?
181 [Groucho] Kuro or Black - a) ? b) ?
182 [Maddie] Maron or Chestnut - a) ? b) ?
183 [Static] Supaku or Spark - a) ? b) ?
184 [Snake] Momochi - a) ? b) ?
185 [Rocco] Gonsaresu or Gonzales - a) ? b) ?
186 [Candi] Kanyu - a) ? b) ?
187 [Sue E] Burujoa or Bourgeois - a) ? b) ?
188 [T-Bone] Borushichi or Borscht - a) ? b) ?
189 [Twiggy] Pichiku - a) ? b) ?
190 [Jambette] Esumeraruda or Esmeralda - a) ? b) ?
191 [Sven] Chamaji - a) ? b) ?
192 [Gonzo] Gonzo - a) ? b) ?
193 [Leopold] Ticha or Teacher - a) ? b) ?
194 [Cupcake] Kurisupi or Crispy - a) Fancy Carpet b) Display Dish
195 [Queenie] Takyu - a) ? b) ?
196 [Friga] Saburina or Sabrina - a) ? b) ?
197 [Tom Nook] Tanukichi - a) ? b) ?
198 [Pete] Perio or Pelio - a) ? b) ?
199 [Copper] Omawari-san (A) or Policeman A - a) ? b) ?
200 [Tommy] Tsubukichi - a) ? b) ?
201 [Gracie] Grace - a) ? b) ?
202 [Crazy Redd] Tsunekichi - a) ? b) ?
203 [Jack] Panpukingu or Pumpking - a) ? b) ?
204 [Kiki] Kyabia or Caviar - a) ? b) ?
205 [Tabby] Torako - a) ? b) ?
206 [Tom] Bantamu or Bantam - a) ? b) ?
207 [Dizzy] Hyuji or Huge - a) ? b) ?
208 [Vesta] Meriyasu or Knitting - a) ? b) ?
209 [Tutu] Rennyuu or Condensed Milk - a) ? b) ?
210 [Biskit] Robin - a) ? b) ?
211 [Lucky] Rakki or Lucky - a) ? b) ?
212 [Hazel] Rarami - a) ? b) ?
213 [Mint] Minto or Mint - a) ? b) ?
214 [Gabi] Pechika - a) ? b) ?
215 [Genji] Genji - a) ? b) ?
216 [Freckles] Maguro or Tuna - a) ? b) ?
217 [Deena] Marimo - a) ? b) ?
218 [Rollo] Hipokuratesu or Hippocrates - a) ? b) ?
219 [Freya] Tsundora or Tundra - a) ? b) ?
220 [Penny] Nezuko - a) ? b) ?
221 [Rizzo] Chorokichi - a) ? b) ?
222 [Spork] Poku - a) ? b) ?
223 [Hugh] Kucchane - a) ? b) ?
224 [Egbert] Shimoyake or Frostbite - a) ? b) ?
225 [Oxford] Iwao - a) ? b) ?
226 [Bessie] Amore - a) ? b) ?
227 [Piper] Reiko or Excitation - a) ? b) ?
228 [Twirp] Dangan or Bullet - a) ? b) ?
229 [Ace] Feza - a) ? b) ?
230 [Emerald] Keromi - a) ? b) ?
231 [Cousteau] Harumaki or Spring Roll - a) ? b) ?
232 [Prince] Karu or Carl - a) ? b) ?
233 [Alli] Kuroko or Croc - a) ? b) ?
234 [Billy] Ashindo - a) ? b) ?
235 [Zoe] Bifun - a) ? b) ?
236 [Ozzie] Donguri or Acorn - a) ? b) ?
237 [Ed] Kiza no homare or Honor Pasture - a) ? b) ?
238 [Octavian] Okutarou - a) ? b) ?
239 [Aziz] Assamu or Assam - a) ? b) ?
240 [Murphy] Norio - a) ? b) ?
241 [Pudge] Kinzou - a) ? b) ?
242 [Tiara] Waiha - a) ? b) ?
243 [Sandy] Ran or Run - a) ? b) ?
244 [Astrid] Kizzu - a) ? b) ?
245 [Amelia] Andesu or Andes - a) ? b) ?
246 [Gwen] Pora or Polar - a) ? b) ?
247 [Axel] Ekkusueru or Axel - a) ? b) ?
248 [Nate] Bakkasu or Bacchus - a) ? b) ?
249 [Bitty] Emi or Amy - a) ? b) ?
250 [Gruff] Biri or Billy - a) ? b) ?
251 [Huggy] Dakko or Hug - a) ? b) ?
252 [Katrina] Hackemy - a) ? b) ?
253 [Wisp] Yu-taro - a) ? b) ?
254 [Don] Mr. Racket - a) ? b) ?
255 [Rosie] Buke or Samurai - a) ? b) ?
256 [Woolio] Hoshio - a) ? b) ?
257 [Daisy] Banira or Vanilla - a) ? b) ?
258 [Pecan] Rebekka or Rebecca - a) ? b) ?
259 [Pippy] Rotta - a) ? b) ?
260 [Pate] Nakki - a) ? b) ?
261 [Fang] Shiberia or Siberia - a) ? b) ?
262 [Carmen] Zeri or Jelly - a) ? b) ?
263 [Hambo] Hachimaki or Headband - a) ? b) ?
264 [Hector] Piroshi - a) ? b) ?
265 [Petunia] Shimofuri or Frosting - a) ? b) ?
266 [Robin] Pachiku - a) ? b) ?
267 [Wart Jr.] Samu or Sam - a) ? b) ?
268 [Alfonso] Aruberuto or Albert - a) ? b) ?
269 [Nosegay] Arinko - a) ? b) ?
270 [Savannah] Sabanna or Savannah - a) ? b) ?
271 [Tank] Kurubushi or Ankle - a) ? b) ?
272 [Louie] Massuru or Muscle - a) ? b) ?
273 [Valise] Epuron or Apron - a) ? b) ?
B01 [Mr. Resetti] Mr. Reset - a) Sentou Bathtub b) Nook's Billboard
B01 [Don] Mr. Racket - a) Wafuu Cabinet b) Display Dish
B02 [Sable] Asami - a) ? b) ?
B02 [Mabel] Kinuyo - a) ? b) ?
B03 [Pelly] Periko or Pelico - a) Cabana Bed b) Nook's  Billboard
B03 [Phyllis] Perimi or Pelimi - a) Regal Chair b) Paw Sign
B04 [Timmy] Mamekichi - a) ? b) ?
B04 [Tommy] Tsubukichi - a) ? b) ?
E01 Girl & Boy - a) ? b) ?
E02 Boy & Girl - a) ? b) ?
E03 [Kapp'n] Kappi - a) ? b) ?
E04 [Mr. Resetti] Mr. Reset - a) ? b) ?
E05 [Rover] Mishiranuneko or Unknown Cat - a) ? b) ?
E06 [Blanca] Ayashiineko or Suspicious Cat - a) ? b) ?
E07 Totakeke - a) ? b) ?
E08 [Porter] Ekiin-san - a) Track Model b) Display Dish
E09 [Tom Nook] Tanukichi - a) ? b) ?
E10 [Tortimer] Kotobuki - a) Tea Vase b) Nook's Billboard
E11 [Blathers] Futa - a) ? b) ?
E12 [Sable] Asami - a) ? b) ?
E13 [Mabel] Kinuyo - a) ? b) ?
E14 [Pelly] Periko or Pelico - a) ? b) ?
E15 [Pete] Perio or Pelio - a) ? b) ?
E16 [Copper] Omawari-san (A) or Policeman A - a) ? b) ?
E17 [Booker] Omawari-san (B) or Policeman B - a) ? b) ?
E18 [Phyllis] Perimi or Pelimi - a) ? b) ?
E19 [Gracie] Grace - a) ? b) ?
E20 [Saharah] Rolland - a) ? b) ?
E21 [Joan] Kaburiba - a) ? b) ?
E22 [Wendell] Seiichi - a) ? b) ?
E23 [Katrina] Hackemy - a) ? b) ?
E24 [Gulliver] Johnny - a) ? b) ?
E25 [Timmy] Mamekichi - a) ? b) ?
E26 [Tommy] Tsubukichi - a) ? b) ?
G01 [Copper] Omawari-san (A) or Policeman A - a) ? b) ?
G01 [Booker] Omawari-san (B) or Policeman B - a) ? b) ?

For those without DnM+ cards, send these passwords in a letter to any villager.
Make sure the three lines all end with a return symbol.  All text is hiragana.  
Include the following as the first line in all letters: a i ko to ba

001 Totakeke (Display Dish)
be ko te a mu u a mu ke u a
mu ko no na ta be be mu mu ne ma

004 [Tom Nook] Tanukichi (Nook's Billboard)
ma bu bu ga e zu(su) da mi gi ji(chi) se
gi ya zu(su) da mi ge ka ma gi be ra

005 [Tortimer] Kotobuki (Paw Sign)
bu be ki be gi de de no da se sa
ta zu(tsu) ri mu a a ta ne shi gi de

You can scan the following DnM+ music cards at the [Town Tune Board] Merodi 
keijiban (press "Right" button):

M01 Keke sanbika or K.K. Chorale
M02 Haisai keke or K.K. Faire
M03 [DJ K.K.] Yurobito or Eurobeat
M04 [Mr. K.K.] Keke sensei or K.K. Oath
M05 Keke no echudo or K.K. Etude
M06 Keke kantori or K.K. Country
M07 Keke minyoi or K.K. Folk
M08 Onri mi or Only Me
M09 Keke rarabai or K.K. Lullaby
M10 Keke paredo or K.K. Parade
M11 [K.K. Condor] Peru no uta or Peru Song
M12 Keke maria or K.K. Aria
M13 Senyoru keke or Senor K.K.
M14 Shouwa keke kayou or K.K. Comrade

Here are the DnMe+ design cards:

D01  Janpu mario or Jumpman Mario
D02 Yuusha no fuku or Hero's Tunic
D03  Wagamamanahito no fuku or Li'l Miser Shirt
D04 Totakeke T shatsu or K.K. Tour Tee
D05 Samusu no sutsu or Samus's Suit
D06 Yosshi no tatamago or Yoshi's Egg
D07 Pikumin moyou or Pikmin Pattern
D08 Ikari no risetto-san or Resetti's Wrath
D09  Farukon no sutsu or Falcon Suit
D10 Fokkusu no maku or Star Fox Emblem
D11  DK Rogo or DK Logo
D12  Kappei no kao or Kapp'n's Kisser

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31) SD Memory Card
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Doubutsu no Mori e+ supports Nintendo's SD (Secure Digital) Memory Card Adapter 
by allowing digital data, such as town data or screen shots, to be downloaded 
to portable SD memory cards.  The data can then be transferred to other devices 
like PCs and photo printers.

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32) OBSERVATIONS
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When turning on the game, the Nintendo title is in blue, compared to red for AC 
(and white for DnM+).

The DnMe+ title music is remixed, compared to AC.

The default Town Tune is as follows:
 G  A  G  A  G         E         C           ?           c
so ra so ra so (rest) mi (rest) do (rest) random (rest) do - - (rest)

In the lower corners of the screen, the day of the week is displayed in 
Japanese kanji.

The grab bag with two NES games and a K.K. aircheck arrives in the mail 
attached to a letter from your Mother.

In the same way that you can group items with the "X" button in your inventory 
in AC and sell multiple items at one time, you can group letters with the "X" 
button in DnMe+ and mail multiple letters at one time.

It is believed you receive better/rare items when performing tasks for "best 
friend" villagers.

Usually, there are two initial choices/responses after starting to talk with a 
villager.  The second one is always a conversation-ender while the first one 
usually encourages more talk.  When there are three choices/responses and the 
first choice is a question ending with the familiar hiragana for "ke" (as in 
K.K.; looks like a lower-case l next to a lower-case t), you've managed to 
agree to bring them something.  Select that response and try to find the name 
of the item in the following dialog bubbles.  (This is where a Japanese guide 
with an index really helps.)  Another time when there are three 
choices/responses is when you next speak to a villager that has previously 
asked you to deliver a blue-ribbon-wrapped present (or pink letter) and you've 
completed delivery.  The villager is asking for feedback on how well the gift 
was received.

You can use the medicine to cure your player's bee stings.

At the fishing tourneys, you can get a free Fishing Rod from Chip if you aren't 
carrying one in your inventory.  Large Bass measure from 50 to 70 centimeters.

Some of the fish shadows have been reassigned (the Coelacanth's shadow is now 
as big as the Arapaima's).

Sometimes when you are at the island dock, you will see the large Marlin shadow 
swimming up toward the top of the screen, too far away to catch with your 
Fishing Rod.  If you hop into Kapp'n's boat, the large Marlin shadow will be 
waiting for you at the village dock when you hop out of Kapp'n's dingy.  Could 
this be a way to catch a Marlin in the village instead of from the island?  (So 
far, the author has failed to catch the fish (or tire?) at the village dock.)

Villagers raise their arm, as if scratching, when there is a flea infestation.

Turnips that get into the "Lost & Found" or are stored in the island bungalow 
will not spoil.  Turnips left on the ground on the island will disappear.

The DnMe+ turnip price mechanism appears to function the same as in AC.  Joan's 
prices vary between 71 and 129.  Tom Nook's price can still "spike" at exactly 
eight times Joan's price on the previous Sunday.  The author suspects a "spike" 
price occurs about 40% of the time in DnMe+.

You can pluck and carry planted flowers (pansies, tulips, cosmos)!  Also, white 
flowers that look like droopy tulips ([Jacob's Ladder] Takane no hana) appear 
near cliffs, one per acre, when your overall town rating is "perfect."

Just as in AC, you can still have a "perfect" (katakana "sa i ko -") town with 
absolutely no trees in the Train Station, home, Museum, large pond, Wishing 
Well, and ocean acres.

You can now set your gyroids to the music in your house, and have them stay 
timed exactly even after you leave and re-enter!  In AC, they would just start 
moving as soon as you entered the room, wrecking the timing you had on them 
before.  In animals' houses, they would each pause for a second and then start, 
so they would all start on the right time.  Now in DnMe+, it's like that in 
player's houses too!

During the Harvest Festival, the Franklin "trick" (find Franklin, talk to 
Franklin, enter building in same acre as Franklin: Franklin remains in same 
place while you retrieve another set of silverware) does not work.

The icon of diaries dropped on the ground outside is not the same as that of a 
sapling.  It now looks like a manila mailing envelope.

After scanning e-Reader cards at the ETM, the letter arrives immediately 
instead of having to wait until the next day.

There is no ink meter when writing letters.

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33) GUIDES
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Four Japanese guides for Doubutsu no Mori e+ have been published:

The Nintendo guide (ISBN4-09-106114-1), 2003, 232 pages, 5.75x8.25 in.
The NintendoDREAM guide (ISBN4-8399-1218-1), 2003, 144 pages, 7.25x10.25 in.
The Enterbrain guide (ISBN4-7577-1556-0), 2003, 224 pages, 5.75x8.25 in.
The Futabasha guide (ISBN4-575-16396-1), 2003, 272 pages, 5.75x8.25 in.

More information can be found here:
http://www.nintendo.co.jp/ngc/gaej/koryaku/index.html

If you know little Japanese, the author recommends using the NintendoDREAM 
guide because of its superior index.

If you can read Japanese, the author recommends using the Futabasha guide 
because it seems to have the most information.

As usual, the Nintendo guide has the best images of animals, items, etc.

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34) OFFICIAL HOME PAGE
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http://www.nintendo.co.jp/ngc/gaej/

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35) THANKS
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I have been playing this game since May 1, 2004.  I would not have enjoyed the 
adventure and challenge so much if not for inspiration from yoshi 26/Mau_92 and 
Kimbles45 at the GameFAQs Doubutsu no Mori e-Plus Message Board.

Thank you to yoshi 26/Mau_92, Kimbles45, needeep, NintendoDad, NintendoMom, 
Pikachu 4 President, and others who have contributed to our collective 
knowledge about DnMe+, without whom this document would not be complete.

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36) SOURCES
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http://www.omniglot.com/writing/japanese_kanji.htm
http://www.omniglot.com/writing/japanese_hiragana.htm
http://www.omniglot.com/writing/japanese_katakana.htm
http://www.omniglot.com/writing/japanese_romaji.htm
Doubutsu no Mori e+, Nintendo/Shogakukan, 2003
Doubutsu no Mori e+, NintendoDREAM, 2003
Doubutsu no Mori e+ Kanpeki Guide Book, Enterbrain, 2003

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APPENDIX A
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Here are things new in Doubutsu no Mori e+ when compared to Doubutsu no Mori +:

Locations
...Nook's (redesigned)
...Wishing Well (replaced Shrine)
...Post Office (redesigned)
...Police Station (redesigned)
...Dump (redesigned)

Animals
...Farley
...Franklin

Fish
...Brook Trout
...Horse Mackerel
...Puffer Fish
...Dab
...Olive Flounder
...Squid
...Octopus
...Seahorse
...Blue Marlin

Insects
...Birdwing Butterfly
...Heracles Beetle
...Flea
...Water Beetle
...Crab
...Hermit Crab
...Coconut Crab
...Dung Beetle

Harvest Series (all 10 items)
Construction Theme (13 of 20 items new)
...Detour Sign
...Flagman Sign
...Men at Work Sign
...Merge Sign
...Wet Roadway Sign
...Speed Sign
...Haz-Mat Barrel
...Oil Drum
...Cement Mixer
...Jackhammer
...Steamroller
...Jersey Barrier
...Saw Horse
Classroom Theme (8 of 14 items new)
...Teacher's Desk
...Teacher's Chair
...Flip-Top Desk
...Righty Desk
...Lefty Desk
...School Desk (redesigned)
...Hamster Cage
...Chalkboard (redesigned)
Backyard Theme (all 15 items)
Western Theme (all 10 items)
Boxing Theme (all 10 items)
Mario Theme (all 10 items)

Luigi Trophy
Mario Trophy
Candy Machine
Coffee Machine
Chess Table
Potbelly Stove
Radiator
Bus Stop (redesigned)
Basic Painting (redesigned)
Scary Painting (redesigned)
Quaint Painting (redesigned)
Classic Painting (redesigned)
High-End Stereo (redesigned)

Festive Candle
Festive Flag
Noisemaker

Chowder

Backpack
Bonfire
Campfire
Cooler
Kayak
Lantern
Mountain Bike
Propane Stove
Sleeping Bag

Autumn Medal
Spring Medal
Angler Trophy
Fishing Trophy
Bottle Rocket
Telescope
Cornucopia
Piggy Bank (redesigned)
Mailbox (redesigned)
Post Model (redesigned)

GBA Minigame Prizes:
...Ringo no danboru or Apple Box
...Kakashi or Scarecrow
...Joumonshikidoki or Vase
...Nekoashi basutabu or Bathtub
...Basuketto no goru or Basketball Hoop
...Miira no hitsugi or Mummy's Casket
...Mikan no danboru or Mandarin Box
...Tobidashi bouya or Jumping Boy Sign
...Shoukasen or Fire Hydrant
...Shakoukidoguu or Spaceman
...Pinborudai or Pinball Machine
...Doramusetto or Drum Set
...Kibako or Wooden Box
...Mokuba or Rocking Horse
...Shawa or Shower
...Kaji or Helm
...Datsubobo or Darts Board
...Ohimesama beddo or Canopy Bed

Tanukichi sain shikishi or Paw Sign
Ezara or Display Dish
Shouten no kanban or Nook's Billboard

Balloon Fight (redesigned)
Baseball (redesigned)
Clu Clu Land (redesigned)
Clu Clu Land D (redesigned)
DK Jr Math (redesigned)
Donkey Kong (redesigned)
Donkey Kong Jr (redesigned)
Excitebike
Golf (redesigned)
Pinball (redesigned)
Soccer
Tennis (redesigned)
Wario's Woods (redesigned)
NES Console
Super Tortimer

Dump Model (redesigned)
Wishing Well Model
Market Model (redesigned)
Police Model (redesigned)
Shop Model (redesigned)
Cosmos Model 1
Cosmos Model 2
Cosmos Model 3
Pansy Model 1
Pansy Model 2
Pansy Model 3
Tulip Model 1
Tulip Model 2
Tulip Model 3
Tent Model

Wallpaper
...Mushroom Mural
...Ringside Seating
...Harvest Wall
...Western Vista
...Backyard Fence

Carpeting
...Block Flooring
...Boxing Ring Mat
...Harvest Rug
...Western Desert
...Backyard Lawn

Clothing
...Fish Bone Shirt
...Fortune Shirt
...Houndstooth Tee
...Cherry Shirt
...Puzzling Shirt (redesigned)

Party Popper

Stationery
...Orange Paper
...Fortune Paper
...New Year's Card (redesigned)

Music
...My Place
...Forest Life
...To the Edge
...K.K. Dixie
...K.K. Marathon
...Mountain Song
...Agent K.K.
...K.K. Rally
...K.K. Rockabilly
...Pondering
...Marine Song 2001
...Neapolitan
...Steep Hill
...K.K. Metal
...King K.K.

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