5 Psychedelic Animal Crossing: New Horizon Villagers
Love for Animal Crossing: New Horizons is still going strong, especially with the recent release of spooky décor and cool costumes for October. One reason for its sweeping popularity is the plethora of quirky, winsome, and downright unusual occupants known as villagers. There are 391 unique villagers in Animal Crossing: New Horizons across a wide span of species. The game itself feels a bit psychedelic in nature what with the medley of talking animals and its bright, cartoony nature. It would be a blast to play on magic mushrooms. But some villagers are so out there, you don’t even need to be on shrooms to think you’re tripping.
Good Trip Villagers
Good trip villagers encompass those you’d meet on a happy psychedelic trip; friendly, non-threatening, and fun to look at.
Pink polka dot rabbit Chrissy seems like the leader of a particularly enriching vision quest. One that might end with ice cream and newfound self-awareness.
Clay the hamster definitely has a spiritual leader vibe with his wizened expression, tribal tattoos, and amulet over tunic look. Is he the key to unraveling your personal mysteries?
Cheerful rainbow sheep Dom looks ready to grasp your hand and share all the wonders of the universe with you. A trip with Dom would include rainbows, flowers, and free love.
You might meet Julian on a trip where your best friend sitting next to you transforms into a smug, talking unicorn. Then you’d sit on the couch watching Adult Swim, eating pizza rolls and giggling.
What could be more comforting than a smiling teapot elephant? You’d have tea and she’d find you delightfully witty and charming before disclosing the location of a lost object and disappearing into a vapor.
Bad Trip Villagers
Maybe you weren’t in the right mindset when you took those shrooms. These Animal Crossing: New Horizons villagers are nightmare fuel.
This frightful mouse might appear in your bad trip carrying the severed head of someone from your childhood. I wouldn’t put anything past this criminally deranged looking villager.
Stare into the hollow abyss in the eyes of Coco and the abyss looks back.
The ghost of dead childhood pets is alive and well in Lucky, the most Pet Cemetery of all the villagers.
Marcel & Pietro
Mimes. Clowns. Need I say more?
I never realized I had a fear of robot ostriches until I met Sprocket. Sprocket is the manifestation of the evils of technology.
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