In the game どうぶつの森, the character たぬきち ends most of his sentences with 〜なも, for instance:
Is this a characteristic of any real dialect or demographic, or just a 口癖 specific to the game?
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なも was a real dialectal sentence-ender used in Aichi. I have never seen real people who use it, though.
There's even a character called だなも.
ぞなもし is a variation used in Ehime: 愛媛県には、誰もが知っているが誰も使わない伝説の方言がある
Basically it's just a rare キャラ語尾, so few people care.