I don't recall inviting Sylvia to my town in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, and I'm not sure why. It's possible that I did ACNH Bells at a time when the population was low and I didn't anticipate that space would become a valuable commodity. She's a purple kangaroo who makes a lot of 'boing' noises, and I absolutely despise her. That probably comes across as harsh, but she's just so uninteresting. The last time she said something amusing or interesting, I can't recall when it happened. I don't care for the character design, at least not on a superficial level, either.

As I understand ACNH nook miles, evicting people from their homes because they do not appear or act in a certain way is in direct opposition to the fun, inclusive spirit of Animal Crossing. There's an expectation that this is a safe, hospitable world where everyone is welcome and everyone has a good time. Although I don't believe it's unreasonable to want more control over who I hang out with in a game that allows for so much customization—especially in a game that I play on a daily basis. More than 400 villagers can be found in the game, but you can only have a maximum of ten neighbors at a time. I'd like to meet more people!

I never imagined I'd be the type to spend money on Amiibo cards. Because they're in such short supply, I had to pay more than I should have for them as well. However, it was a quicker and more convenient method of getting rid of Sylvia. The cynic in me wonders if this was all part of Nintendo's master plan from the beginning. People who are stuck with villagers they don't like are taken advantage of, and they are forced to pay exorbitant prices for overpriced cardboard. The good news is that I also received a Wardell card, which means I can now invite him over to The Roost, which is a nice bonus.

It's possible that I'm just being a jerk, and that I should just leave Sylvia alone in this situation. She's never done anything wrong in my presence. But this is my town, and I want to fill it with cool, interesting weirdos to make ACNH 2.0 Items a better place to live. In real life, you have no control over your neighbors, but Animal Crossing is supposed to be an idyllic fantasy world where you can choose your neighbors. The eviction process in the game needs to be more direct and actionable. Even if it meant spending a million Bells to do so, it would be nice to have the option of sending a squatter packing.