|Series||Animal Crossing series|
|First game||Animal Crossing: New Leaf|
Digby is an Animal Crossing character introduced in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. He also appears in Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer and Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival. He is an employee of Nook's Homes, operating the Happy Home Showcase. He is the twin brother of Isabelle, who he shares the birthday of December 20th with.
Appearance And Personality
Digby is a brown-furred Shih Tzu dog who wears the standard Nook's Homes uniform,consisting of a red jacket and yellow tie.On rainy days he will wear a yellow raincoat.He has a relaxed personality, similar to his twin sister Isabelle. He is a patient and straight-forward dog but sometimes feels concerned about the Happy Home Showcase.
Digby works for Nook's Homes at the Happy Home Showcase, being stationed outside it's gates to welcome the player into the Showcase 24 hours a day. Once inside, he will wait for the player to take them back to Main Street. In the Welcome Home amiibo update, the player can scan his amiibo to get him to visit the Campgrounds in a camper.
Happy Home Designer
Digby works at Nook's Homes alongside the player and is in charge of remodelling facilities the player has already designed. He has his own amiibo Card which, when used on the amiibo phone, will enable the player to design Digby's house using the theme "I'll leave it up to you!"
Digby was available as a limited edition amiibo bundled with Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival and the Isabelle amiibo. When scanned, the amiibo enabled the player to play as Digby in the main board game mode.
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS
Digby was available as a trophy in the 3DS version of Super Smash Bros.
- "Isabelle's twin brother Digby works at the Happy Home Showcase, but if he needs a quick break, he'll head down to the Roost for a cup of coffee. He takes Blue Mountain, black, no sugar, whereas his sister likes her coffee with a lot of milk and three sugars. Funny how something as simple as a coffee order can make you sound more mature."