The characters who can take up residence on your island are generally lovely people. However, like in life, sometimes you can get annoyed with someone and you wish it weren’t where you live. Players of the latest entry in the fan-favorite Nintendo franchise can kick out a resident in two ways.
One method has Animal Crossing: New Horizons players go to Isabelle and let her know that you would like to kick out a resident by filing a complaint against the particular character each day. This constant stream of complaints will cause the character you wish to leave to ask you if she has to go, which you can then tell them to leave your island.
Who are Blood and Cheese in Fire and Blood?
“Blood and Cheese” is not an event in itself like the Red Wedding in Game of Thrones, but the aliases of two assassins. Blood is a mercenary, a former Gold Cloak in King’s Landing ousted from the force for the drunken murder of a prostitute, while Cheese is a rat catcher employed by the Targaryens in the Red Keep. Both are hired by Mysaria (played by Sonya Mizuno in House of the Dragon) on behalf of Daemon Targaryen, her lover and Rhaenyra’s unofficial spy, to carry out a revenge plot against the Greens for the death of Lucerys Velaryon, Daemon and Rhaenyra’s young son. – who we saw die in the season 1 finale, accidentally killed by Aemond Targaryen and his dragon Vhagar.
Using Cheese’s knowledge of the passageways beneath the Red Keep, the two assassins sneak into the private bedrooms of Dowager Queen Alicent Hightower, gagging her to wait for Alicent’s daughter – and the present’s sister-wife King Aegon II – Queen Helaena and her children. After killing Helaena’s escort, Blood and Cheese make Helaena an offer on Daemon’s behalf: choose which of her young sons, Jaehaerys or Maelor, will die to pay for Lucerys’ death.
How to get rid of villagers
To have an island with your favorite characters, chances are you want to know how to get rid of unwanted residents. Unfortunately getting rid of characters takes more time and patience than inviting them.
A confirmed method of convincing an islander to leave is simply to ignore him. This is especially effective if they’re new to the island and you haven’t built a relationship with them yet.