There are some special characters in Animal Crossing: New Horizons that do not live on the player's island, but they still play an important role in the game. To better understand them, you can buy Cheap Animal Crossing Bells on ACItems. Among them, Orville is one of the special characters introduced in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. The following is the guide to Orville in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
Orville's dialogue and role in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
New Horizons is the first game Orville has participated in, but it is unlikely to be the last. He works as a receptionist at the Dodo Air Airport in the player's town. His brother Wilbur is a pilot of the same airline. They are responsible for players to play online multiplayer games with other people, visit mysterious islands for tourism, and open doors to other islands.
As for the dialogue, when the visitor talked to Orville for the first time, he said: "Welcome! Oh, wow...you are from another island, right?" This was discovered by a player a few months ago.
Whether it’s the past or the future, Orville conversations usually involve talking to players about their travels. It was difficult for him to understand how players can get a position without flying, and said: "How can you fly here without a plane? Oh! Of course. They must have swum here!"
Orville is a blue dodo with a yellow face and pointed hair on top of the blue head. Orville's costume always consists of pilot uniforms, even though this is the role played by his brother.
He also has a black headset, presumably to communicate with Wilbur and as an air traffic controller for Animal Crossing himself. Orville and Wilbur are both named after aircraft inventors Orville and Wilbur Wright.
The above is Orville's detailed information in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Do you like this special character? I think I like it, haha! ACItems is a professional Animal Crossing game website, welcome you buy Cheap Animal Crossing Bells on it.
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