Faye has like 5 gyroids cluttering about her house and some people have the theory that since Gyroids are only found in graves. They hold the spirits of the people who are buried in there.
These kids didn’t know what hit them.
Phil: An earnest little chap. Phil was always dotting about town, looking to help out when ever he could. Need to give a present to someone? A letter perhaps? Need an Perfect apple for your stupid crash diet? Phil would make sure it got done. However, his generous and naïve attitude did mean he was easy to exploit.
Shirley: Loud and bubbly, some would even call her bossy. Shirley had to know what was happening with who, where and why. She did have a tendency to stick her triangular nose in places where it wasn’t wanted. So villagers quickly learned not to trust her with presents or time capsules. But if anyone talked smack about her friends boy would she send them on their way with a bee in their ear.
Hannah: Reserved and soft spoken. Hannah wasn’t always one to speak up when something troubled her, but she was quite good at dealing with younger children. She was also an avid collector of bugs, and donated many to the museum. (Much to Blathers misery) She also suffered from bed wetting. Boy did Dennis make her life hell when he found out.
Dennis: The local town tearaway. Fall in a pitfall that was just at your front door? Have your beautiful black roses suddenly been reduced to crushed petals, and your proud orchard of perfect fruit nothing more than stumps? Then it was probably Dennis. To him, any reaction was attention for him. He would be quick to criticize and laugh at others. There’s a reason he got kicked out of his last town. And banned from many more.
Aviva: If you thought Hannah was quiet you hadn’t met Phil’s younger cousin. While she shied away from the noisier kids such as Dennis or Shirley, she stuck to Hannah like glue. Phil would take her around town whenever she visited just to be a good older cousin. But even he was weirded out by her.