Posted by an Animal Crossing: New Horizons gamer, a picture of Gulliver’s spawning in front of their beach bar. Since the first game in Nintendo’s social simulation series, the well-travelled seagull has been a mainstay NPC. Unique items from Gulliver’s travels will be bestowed upon the player upon their return. Capt. Gullivarrr, the pirate form of the seagull, was introduced in the New Horizons series, which was built on Gulliver. Before handing off their prized possessions, Gulliver and Captain Gullivarrr give the player a quest to complete.
In order to begin the mission, the player must awaken a sleeping seagull on their island’s beaches. Finding five missing bits of the seagull’s communicator will allow them to call their stranded crew after waking up Gulliver or Gullivarrr. The following day, Gulliver or Gullivarrr will send the player a thank-you letter, in which they will include the furniture reward they promised.
There are many intriguing scenarios to be had when the spawn location of Gulliver or Gullivar is random. Gulliver washed ashore on a wedding-themed beach, making it appear as though Gulliver was intruding on the couple’s big day. After Gulliver’s resurrection, a player’s beach is littered with the unconscious Gulliver. A Reddit user named baconwitch00 submitted a picture of Gulliver unconscious on their beach to the Animal Crossing community. This area of baconwitch00’s island is clearly a beach bar, as seen by the presence of a pool, a DJ booth, and a number of bars.
Passed out in front of this beach bar, Gulliver is photographed with a bottle next to him, giving the impression to the uninformed observer that Gulliver has fallen asleep after a night of excessive partying. In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Gulliver’s quest is activated rather regularly. When a player has to do the same thing over and over again to receive a new piece of furniture, they are generally annoyed.
As a result, angry and imaginative players have staged elaborate dramas using the birds’ dead carcasses, such as Gulliver being abandoned at the altar of his own wedding. Animal Crossing: New Horizons incorporated Gullivarrr into the mission, however, it appears that players would prefer more variation. He has been in multiple previous Animal Crossing games, thus it is highly likely that he will appear in the upcoming one. The spawn of Gulliver or Gullivarrr on the player’s island in Animal Crossing: New Horizons can’t be stopped, but it at least gives the player a means to exact retribution for having to finish the same task over and over again.