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Tom Nook
Male
Tom Nook NL
Series Animal Crossing series
Species Raccoon
First game Animal Forest
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Tom Nook is a raccoon (or a Tanooki in Japan) that sells the player items in the Animal Crossing series. In the latest entries, Nook has abandoned the general store to sell the player homes and home modifications directly to the player at Nook's Homes.

Appearances

Animal Crossing series

He owns his own shop, and all Animal Crossing games begin with the player working for him. Tom Nook has given the player his or her house, and the period of time where the player works for Tom Nook serves as a tutorial for the many things that the player can do within his or her Animal Crossing village.

After working for Tom Nook, the player is able to purchase items from his store and pay off his or her debt. After paying off a debt on one's house, Tom Nook offers to expand.

As more and more items are bought and sold through Tom Nook's shop, it begins to expand.

Shop expansions

  • Nook's Cranny
    • Animal Crossing: This is the small version of Tom Nook's shop that the player first becomes familiar with within Animal Crossing. It offers a small selection of tools, plants, wallpaper and carpets, clothes, and furniture. Tom Nook will upgrade this shop after 25,000 bells have been spent at this store.
    • Animal Crossing: Wild World: It is a small, dark store where there is few room and few things. It opens when you start a new game.
    • Animal Crossing: City Folk: Similar in appearance to the previous two games.Nook
      TomNookWork

      A player working for Tom Nook in Animal Crossing (Gamecube).

  • Nook 'n Go
    • Animal Crossing: The second iteration of Tom Nook's shop. It features an expanded selection of tools, plants, wallpaper and carpets, clothes, and furniture. Tom Nook will upgrade this shop after 65,000 bells have been spent at this store.
    • Animal Crossing: Wild World: After you spend a few bells, then you will have some more room and some more Items.
    • Animal Crossing: City Folk: To get, player's must sell or buy a combined total of 30,000 bells and have Nook's Cranny stay open for eight days.
  • Nookway
    • Animal Crossing: The third iteration of Tom Nook's shop. It features, yet again, a largely expanded of tools, plants, wallpaper and carpets, clothes, and furniture. You can now buy signposts and paint. Tom Nook will upgrade this shop after 150,000 bells have been spent at this store and another player from another town has come and purchased something from the store.
    • 'Animal Crossing: Wild World: Spend 90,000 bells with Tom Nook and he will upgrade his store. It is a modern little building.
    • Animal Crossing: City Folk: In order to get, players must buy or sell a combined total of 80,000 bells and be open for at least 15 days.
  • Nookington's
    • Animal Crossing: The fourth and final iteration of Tom Nook's shop. Nookington's features the most drastic changes of all of the upgrades to Tom Nook's shops. A second floor has been added, and the first floor of the shop has been expanded. There is also a widely expanded selection of tools, plants, wallpaper and carpets, clothes, and furniture. Nookington's is the final version of Tom Nook's shop and cannot be upgraded.
    • Animal Crossing: Wild World: This upgrade is the only one that varies from the DS to the GameCube versions of this game. The variation is the addition of a hair salon, known as "Shampoodle", run by Harriet the Poodle. This is the only way to change your hairdo (other than wigs purchased at the Able Sisters' Shop). If you want this store, you need someone else using DS to DS or around the world get to see your shop. That person must buy something and then you get this shop as well.
    • Animal Crossing: City Folk: The player must buy or sell a combined total of 150,000 bells and be open for 22 days.

Super Smash Bros. series

Tom Nook Trophy

Tom Nook's trophy.

Tom Nook appears as a trophy in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U. He and his shop can also be seen on the Animal Crossing stages, Smashville and Town & City.

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