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Child-Kidnapping and Slave Labor Cult Theory Edit

The Animal Crossing series may seems to be a child-friendly game with friendly animals characters, however these animals may have a dark secret when to comes introducing the player to their community. In fact, the animals do indeed kidnap young naive children and then place them into slave labor, pretending to kids that it was really a fun-loving community. This theory was first revealed on November 25, 2014 by Brett Elston.

Evidence 1 (Kapp'n): At the start of the game, the player was introduced to a character named Kapp'n who takes them to Animal Crossing community. However, Kapp'n is actually based on the Japanese mythological river demon called Kappa which are imfamously knowed for luring and then kidnapping children. It is worth mentioning of his creepy speeches and tone, stating that likes children considering them "so...gullible".

Evidence 2 (Tom Nook and the Never-Ending Debt): In additon, the player was introduced a raccoon character named Tom Nook which leads you to work with him to pay off your debt that never ends and always increased, which may be reference to child slave labor.

To make matters worse, the other animal residents nevers let the player leave their community. In fact, they considered to be temptations, luring children and tricking them to think they were in a normal, peace-loving community.

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