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Animal Crossing Villagers: Is Agent S Really Kid Cat’s Sidekick

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Animal Crossing Updates: Animal Crossing: New Horizons is brimming with unique Villagers from all of the games in the Animal Crossing series. While a few Villagers might be more famous than others, each has their own personality and story that is enjoyed.

One specific set of Villagers in Animal Crossing have dedicated themselves to protecting their Island homes from evil, and those are known as the Superhero Villagers. As there are just five of them in Animal Crossing: New Horizons presently, two specific members from their groups appear to have a unique relationship: Kid Cat and Agent S.

There has been a sustaining theory that Agent S will be the sidekick of Kid Cat which is based on the exchange of dialogue shared in-game and some more particular details of Agent S’ character. Agent S is a squirrel with a bicycle helmet that is matching with it and a racing uniform which is worn by all the superhero Villagers in Animal Crossing.

Being the #2 on her chest, apparently, Agent S’s number mirrors her role in the team. Her Japanese name is ‘Ni Go’, which makes an interpretation of ‘number two’. This puts an emphasis on being a step underneath Kid Cat (who bears the #1 insignia on his outfit), recommends a hero and sidekick relationship.

One of the major proofs which support Agent S’s sidekick role is her name. The ‘S’ could represent Squirrel, which is her species, or it could represent the sidekick. There aren’t lots of Villagers in Animal Crossing that blatantly recognize their species, similarly as no one appears to recognize that Animal Crossing player characters are the only ones there on the island that aren’t any animals.

Kid Cat appears to use his species in his name, yet neither Big Top (an elephant) nor Rocket (a gorilla) appears to use theirs. Agent S’ uses the letter ‘S’ could mean sidekick, or it very well may be her trial to demonstrate her own superhero identity after Kid Cat. Whatever the reason might be, this would still mean some shared identity or need for approval between the both.

Did Animal Crossing Hero Or Sidekick Come First?

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There are just four superhero villagers in Kid Cat’s team in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. If we go across Animal Crossing’s numbered database of Villagers, Kid Cat who became first with the second being Agent S. The team is basically designed according to Super Sentai, a Japanese show whose premised was received by the Western Culture through the creation of the Power Rangers.

Kid Cat, who is similar to the leading and main character in the shows, is responsible for the team, as implied with the #1 on his chest and the red racing suit that was matching. In the meantime, Agent S’ #2 and the blue getup that was prominent had a connotation of being the right-hand man (or squirrel) for being the leader.

In two of the shows, the second-in-commander is regularly competing for the approval of the leader, which reflects the traditional hero-sidekick theme in the comics and entertainment media. This relationship is more likely to be reflected with Agent S and Kid Cat.

The last piece of proof that Agent S may be Kid Cat’s sidekick is that her default expression is “sidekick”. If something has to be found out about sidekicks all throughout the superhero culture, it’s that the sidekicks are anxious to come into their roles of the hero.

By calling everybody around her a sidekick, Agent S prevails with regards to establishing her heroic status (at least in her mind). While players could change the catchphrases of Villagers, the default expressions regularly give some additional information about the canon characters of the Animal Crossing characters.

When the uniforms were divided among Animal Crossing’s superheroes suggests that they all know each other and work with each other, Kid Cat and Agent S appear to have a more partnered relationship. Agent S’s name, catchphrase, and inspiration everything highlights the signs of her acting as Kid Cat’s sidekick battling the nonexistent evil of Animal Crossing.

Agent S’ Peppy personality in New Horizons tells about a more profound need for approval from Kid Cat, and regardless of her forgetful nature, she appears to be quite a competent candidate for filling his shoes.