Look How does Flick Looks in Animal Crossing and What is his Role!

Flick, the red Chameleon is a bug enthusiast who has replaced Nat as the host of the Bug off in animal crossing. For those who are not aware of Animal Crossing, it is a social simulation video game series that is developed by Nintendo EAD, Nintendo EPD, and NDcube. It is published by Nintendo itself. Katsuya Eguchi and Hisashi Nogam are the respective creators of the show. It was initially released in 2001 and since then, five animal crossing games have been released. The latest release is Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

Flick’s Appearance:

Flick seems to be a red Chameleon. He has 3 horns which are yellow in color. His tail is amazingly curled while carrying 3 stripes on it. His eyes have lids that are purple in color. To talk about his outfit, it consists of a black leather vest, over a T-shirt with a ladybug on it. On the back of the vest, there is an emblem with a net crossed over a fishing rod. The emblem it has resembles the one which his partner and roommate have. Flick wears black boots and has red and black color plaid pants. He is also seen wearing a choker with a golden tag.

Flick’s Job:

During the Bug Offs, which generally take place in June, July, August, and September flick buy bugs from the player for 150% of their usual value. Flick even sometimes pays random visits. It also may happen that Flick is given a commission by players when they require a model of a specific bug by bringing him three of the same bug. However, it is also to be kept in mind that Flick, during these random visits does not accept the art commission that is offered by players.

Flick’s Visits:

During non-bug-off days, While Flick visits the deserted island, he remains for full days right from 5 am to 5 am. Sometimes his random visit may be near to bug-off days, in such a case, he gives a special dialog that reminds the player that he will be hosting a bug-off in the plaza soon enough.

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James Hetfield

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