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Raymond from Animal Crossing

Raymond is a character in the video game¬†Animal Crossing: New Horizons. He is a smug cat villager, whose name means “advice” or “council giver.” He gets along with most other villagers, but he comes across as snooty and egotistical. As indicated by his business attire,¬†Raymond is rather strict, and prefers neatness and precision. These qualities are exemplified in Pocket Camp, where he later appears. In addition, he has the nature hobby.

Male Trainer Victor from Pokemon Sword and Shield

In Pokemon Sword and Shield, the male trainer Victor, like his female Scottish counterpart Gloria, explores the diverse environments of the Galar region in search of Pokemon like starters Grookey, Scorbunny, and Sobble.

Scottish Female Trainer from Pokemon Sword Shield

Scottish Female Trainer Gloria from Pokemon Sword and Shield

Pokemon Sword and Shield explores the Galar region, which appears to be heavily inspired by Great Britain. Fans quickly memed that the female trainer, named Gloria, was of Scottish descent, and enjoyed her share of heavy drinking and hard swearing in a Scottish accent. So add a bottle of Scotch whiskey to go that extra mile. And don’t miss the costume guide for the male trainer Victor.

Ceremonial Princess Zelda from Breath of the Wild

In the century prior to the main events of Breath of the Wild, Princess Zelda (Yu Shimamura / Patricia Summersett) and her allies fought against Calamity Ganon. Dressed in ceremonial garb, Zelda was ready to awaken the powers of Hylia within her when Ganon struck Hyrule in an unexpected place. When she was unable to harness her powers in time, she and Link were forced to flee…And so Breath of the Wild begins.

Pauline From Super Mario Odyssey

Pauline was Mario’s original love interest before Princess Peach was introduced. She is the damsel-in-distress in the arcade game Donkey Kong. She returns in the 2017 game Super Mario Odyssey, now as the mayor of New Donk City.