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Little Buddy Animal Crossing Mr. Resetti Plush, 7"

Little Buddy Animal Crossing Mr. Resetti Plush, 7"

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Resetti, also known as Mr. Resetti, is a mole that appears in all the Animal Crossing series games. His job is to make sure that all players save continuously throughout gameplay. The more the player resets within the Animal Crossing games (or turns off the power without saving), the harsher he gets, so people must make sure that they save their game. Resetting the game too many times will lead to a "fake" reset. After resetting many times in Animal Crossing: Wild World he will talk about his cousin Vicious Vole Vinnie (Possibly referencing the movie My Cousin Vinny). His first name is revealed to be "Sonny" in Animal Crossing and Animal Crossing: City Folk by his calmer, older brother Don Resetti.

Company: Little Buddy
UPC:
819996013037
SKU: 1303
Type: Plush
Approx. Size: 7"L x 7"W x 7"H
Case Pack (Units): 24

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