Wolfgang might well be one of the best Villager references we’ve ever come across. They’ve got a great background, and are generally part of the fabric of Animal Crossing as a series. In this Animal Crossing: New Horizons Wolfgang Villager Guide, we’ll cover everything you need to know about the Villager. This will include all the obvious stuff that you pick up while playing. However, we’re also throwing in some facts that you probably didn’t know if this is a new series to you. Let’s dive in and figure out who Wolfgang is first of all.
Who is Wolfgang?
Wolfgang is a cranky wolf Villager. He’s actually been in every Animal Crossing game to date. This makes him a veteran Villager, and one that fans love to have on their islands. It’s so lovely to see these Villagers get the fan service they deserve. His name is said to be derived from the same name in German, so Wolfgang. It’s also said that his initial phrase in Animal Crossing: Wild World, “I could eat you for breakfast, short stack,” is a reference to the chef, Wolfgang Puck. He’s particularly famous for his breakfast dishes. It’s also a similar quote to Rolf the tiger Villager’s. We don’t know if they’re related though.
However, you could take this fact, and the fact that Wolfgang’s top skill is memorizing, to mean that he’s actually a reference to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. We’ll probably never know if this is true, but it’s nice to think that the developers put such a reference in their game.
Wolfgang’s birthday is on November 25. On this date, you’ll find him hanging out in his house, waiting for other Villagers to come and celebrate with him. You can join them and actually have some fun with him for once. Since he’s cranky, this doesn’t happen that often. During his birthday, you’ll be able to wear party hats, play a game with Wolfgang, and even get some cake. That cake will be extremely useful later on in your game. Don’t eat it until you’re ready to do some building.
You also have a unique opportunity to build up your relationship with Wolfgang on his birthday. Take him a present, and it’ll boost your relationship immensely. you may even find that he seeks you out in the following days to give you a present in return. If you take nothing else away from this Animal Crossing: New Horizons Wolfgang Villager Guide, at least take this nugget of information.
As we’ve already mentioned, Wolfgang has the cranky personality type. This makes him generally grump and annoyed, meaning he hates spending time with pretty much everyone. It’s as if someone has agitated him as soon as he woke up from bed, and continues to do so right up until the moment he closes his eyes at night. While you’re talking to him, you might see him get quite angry if you disagree with him. That’s part of who all cranky Villagers are. It may cost you in your relationship with him, but if he’s going to act this way, it’s not worth having him as a friend.
One thing that Wolfgang seems to enjoy is his hobby. He’ll spend a lot of time on it, so at least you can partake in some competitions with him if you fancy it. The personality types Wolfgang will get on with are cranky, snooty, and jock Villagers. He’ll also like the occasional lazy Villager, but that’s a very rare occurrence. Don’t rely on it if you’re trying to combine certain Villagers together.
Finally, Wolfgang will find it very difficult to socialize with peppy Villagers. They’re far too chirpy and rub him up the wrong way. While it’s funny to watch, it will set you back quite far if you want him on your island.
Despite being so moody and unappealing on paper, Wolfgang is actually a good looking Villager. He’s a navy blue wolf with yellow tips on his face and hands. It’s a powerful combination that makes him stand out. If you’re after pretty combinations in your Villagers, it doesn’t get much better without the Villager being themed around an object. His eyelids are burnt orange, and he has long dark eyelashes. If you look at his ears, they’re actually purple inside, which is truly unique. his personal outfit is a flight jacket, something that not many Villagers get. It makes him look extremely dashing and handsome, even if he is massively grumpy.
The exterior of Wolfgang’s house is pretty standard. It’s got a dark roof and dark blue walls, nothing out of the ordinary. This is a good house to pick up if you want something that’s going to look good and fit in with other houses on your island. It could even blend into the background if you wanted it to. The interior has boarded wallpaper and a thick carpet. It’s like a cabin in the woods, but with all the creature comforts you might need. Everything appears to be built from wood, though you do have a log burner, fridge, sink, and everything else to make the area comfortable.
Facts About Wolfgang
There isn’t much that’s interesting to know about Wolfgang. However, you might be curious to find out that his English name is the same as another Villager’s German name, Kyle. His German name is also the same as yet another Villager’s English name, Weber’s. This could be due to the reference to Mozart. If the developers have handed off language translation to several translators, then it would make sense that the translators have all gone for similar references. Unfortunately, we’re unlikely to ever know why these coincidences have happened. In such a long-standing Villager though, the translators will have changed over the years. That’s why translations will get mixed up and altered over time, ending up being the same or extremely similar on occasions like this. You’ll have to check out some of our other guides to see if the same is true of any other Villagers.