In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, most veteran players know about the different personality types that each villager can be. For new players however, it might be a bit confusing. There are eight different personality types, four for each gender, and today we will break down just what each type means. \n \nFor starters, what exactly is a personality type? A personality type is a sort of archetype for villagers that dictates their overall demeanor and dialogue. If you’ve noticed two of your villagers speak and behave very similarly, it’s likely they share a personality type. \n \nThe eight personality types are divided by gender, so for males there are Cranky, Jock, Lazy, and Smug. Female villagers can be Normal, Peppy, Snooty, or Uchi. Since there are only eight types and you can have ten villagers on your island, at least one type will have to be doubled up. \n \nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/Scattersilk\/status\/1262963175378608128 \n \nStarting with the male types, the Cranky personality is a gruff older male persona. These villagers tend to get along really well with Snooty, Jock, Lazy, and Normal personalities. However, they tend to clash with Uchi villagers, as they find them a bit immature. Cranky villagers might be a bit standoffish at first but will warm to the player over time. \n \nThe next male type is the Jock villagers, and this personality should have been one of your starting two villagers. These guys are easy to spot, as they are obsessed with muscles and working out. They tend to get along with all other personalities, with notable exceptions of Snooty and Lazy. \n \nSpeaking of Lazy, that’s the next type to go over. They are relaxed and idle, enjoying talking about snacks and other ways to relax. Curiously enough, in New Horizons the developers decided to give the Lazy villagers a strange affiliation for bugs, even going so far as to keep them in their house. Lazy villagers might clash with Jock, Snooty, or Peppy villagers. \n \nThe final male personality is the Smug type, which is also the newest introduced to the series in New Leaf. Smug villagers are polite and seem to be the male equivalent of the Snooty personality. They enjoy the arts, music, and the finer things in life. They might even be a bit flirtatious towards the player character. They get along well with most types, except for the Cranky, Uchi, and occasionally Jock. \n \nMoving on to the female villagers, the first personality to go over is the Normal. Normal villagers are some of the sweetest characters you will ever meet, and are polite and endearing. They enjoy cooking and cleaning and get along with almost everyone. Occasionally, Cranky and Snooty villagers will irritate them, but they never stay upset with anyone for too long \n \nPeppy villagers are up next, and they are the hyper extroverted version of Normal villagers. They are extremely sociable, to the point that they dream of one day being a pop star. Peppy villagers get along with all the same types as Normal villagers and sport the highest-pitched voice of any personality. \n \nSnooty villagers are the female counterpart to the Smug, and they too wish to enjoy all of life’s luxuries. They are cool, refined, and can seem a little distant until you get to really know them. They are also the most divisive of all personalities, as their penchant for gossip can irritate nearly every other island dweller. \n \nThe final addition to the list are Uchi villagers, which were also introduced in New Leaf. This is also one of the two personality types players will start out with on their island. Uchi translates to big sister, which is fitting for these caring and sarcastic figures. They can tend to be a bit of a hot mess, but only in an endearing way. They are mostly beloved by other types but can annoy Cranky and Snooty personalities. \n \nWhile these personality types don’t have too much bearing on gameplay, your island will be much more diverse if you have one of each represented. All of the personalities have been slowly geared towards being more friendly to the player, whereas in past games Cranky and Snooty types could be downright nasty at times.