Players who dive into the world of Animal Crossing: New Horizons will encounter and interact with a variety of characters. One of these many characters is Phoebe, who is a sisterly villager that will surely be one of your more positive interactions during your time playing the popular game. Fortunately, we have everything you need to know about the character of Phoebe covered for you. 

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Phoebe

Individuals will find that Phoebe is orange, red, and yellow Ostrich with some beautiful spotted wings. Phoebe has a sisterly personality, which is one the least common in the title. Agnes will provide players who befriend her with fighting tips and also give them some tips they can use to relax. You will find that it is easy to develop a friendship with this particular character, as villagers with a sisterly personality are not hard to become friends due to their caring and protective nature. 

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Players will find that the house of Phoebe in Animal Crossing: New Horizons has a similar color scheme as she does. Her home contains a mini squelchoid, a glass-top table in the center, a fireplace, an electric guitar, two simple sofas, and a poinsettia. Checkered tile covers the floors of her house while also having the backgammon wall making her home one of the more unique ones in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Players are sure to have a great time if they visit this home and have some fun with Phoebe. 

 Animal Crossing New Horizons Phoebe

Phoebe is a night owl considering that she wakes up at 9:30 AM and will not go to bed until 3 AM, so players can find her on their island at almost any time during the day if they are specifically looking for her. 

She will get along with villagers who have jock, lazy, and peppy personalities. However, she will not get along as well with snooty, cranky, and normal villagers due to her sisterly nature, which conflicts in areas with snooty, cranky, and normal villagers.

This is just one of the plethora of characters that players will see during their time playing Animal Crossing: New Horizons. You can check out a treasure trove of other villagers from the game in our comprehensive guidewhere you can get a look at who you may run into when you are going about your business on your island. 

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