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Someone drew the gods from Hades as adorable Animal Crossing villagers

Someone drew the gods from Hades as adorable Animal Crossing villagers

Animal Crossing: New Horizons might solely be on Switch, however that won’t cease me from discovering methods to speak about it in relation to my fave PC video games. We’ve already seen a great deal of the lovely mashups of Isabelle and Doom Guy, frolicking amongst fields of demons, and now I need to present you the cutest piece of Hades fan artwork the place somebody has drawn all of the gods as cartoon-y Animal Crossing Villagers.

Someone drew the gods from Hades as adorable Animal Crossing villagers

Excellent paintings by “HummingMoth” on Reddit.

Each villager-god relies off of their sacred animals from Greek mythology (or at the least animals considerably associated to them). From left to proper we have now Zeus as an eagle, Athena as an owl, Poseidon as a horse, Artemis as a doe, Demeter as a lizard, Aphrodite as a dove, Ares as a vulture, Dionysus as a snake and Hermes as a ram. (I had a variety of enjoyable guessing who was who earlier than I realised the artist had written all of it out beneath their publish.)

Look at them! They’re all so cute! I would like all of those Olympians on my island. HummingMoth has undoubtedly made my favorite piece of artwork to come back out of Animal Crossing up to now. I’m an enormous fan of Dionysus and the best way he’s drunkenly Hermes. I additionally adore Poseidon’s little horse beard.

As my timelines get stuffed with increasingly Animal Crossing content material, I can’t wait to see much more superior artwork and mods come our means. There are already some fairly good crossovers out – this Doom II mod has Isabelle following you round that can assist you homicide issues. Wholesome.

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