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Angie (アンジェ Anje, lit. Ange) is a character in Harvest Moon: Animal Parade. She is the daughter of Julius and Candace after they married.
Angie is a very quiet and reserved child. She shares Julius' unique taste in fashion and has a hobby for fishing.
Although shy, she does have a little of her father's confidence and isn't a perfect replica of Candace. She seems very grown-up, given her age.
Two weeks after Julius and Candace get married, you will receive a letter in the mail from them. The couple has announced that they had a baby girl, and would like if you come and visit.
Go to Julius' house after reading the letter to trigger the cut scene in which Julius and Candace show you their beautiful bundle of joy. As a newborn baby, the player will not be able to do anything with Angie until she is grown up. If you do not visit Julius' house, you will not be able to see Angie in game until one does.
Angie (Grown Up)
After you have visited Julius and Candace in their home and been introduced to the infant Angie, you will receive another letter in your mailbox. Like before, this one will come two weeks. Julius and Candace are going to take their daughter for photos, now that she is grown up.
Go to Simon's Photo Shop any time after getting the second letter, at a time when the store is open. Here, You will see Julius and Candace, as well as Angie. Angie will introduce herself, and from this point on You can socialize with Angie.
Like the other Rival Children, Angie cannot get any older in game.
Learning About the Earth
When you have either Angie or Vivian at 2 hearts or more, visit the school. To trigger the event, walk to the left hand side of the classroom. It can be triggered between 8 AM and 5 PM on days when the school is open.
If you trigger this event with Angie and not Vivian, Angie will be reading a book about the planet. She will tell your child (fascinated by Angie's intelligence) how the earth looks blue because it's 70% water! Angie says it's easy to learn.