Mii Gunner
Mii Gunner SSB4
Nickname The Gunner of Many Faces
Special Moves Charge Blast/Laser Blaze/Grenade Launch (Neutral), Flame Pillar/Stealth Burst/Gunner Missile (Side), Lunar Launch/Cannon Uppercut/Arm Rocket (Up), Echo Reflector/Bomb Drop/Absorbing Vortex (Down)
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Mii Gunners (射撃タイプ, Shooting Type) are one of the three different types of Mii Fighters that appear in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo Switch, along with Mii Brawlers and Mii Swordfighters.

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A Mii sporting a blaster arm, this fighter is a great choice for those who prefer to fight the battle from a distance. The Mii Gunner has a lot of special projectile moves available, so pick your favorites and use them when needed. Don't forget about standard and smash attacks!


  • The design of the Mii Gunner used in promotional material and in-game renders is based on a slightly edited version of Guest F, one of the pre-loaded Miis available for use in games that feature Mii support. In this case, her hair uses a different design and color from the preloaded version, along with a smaller mouth and a different favorite color (orange instead of pink). She is also based on the default female Mii in Mii Maker, though again, with a different hairstyle.
  • According to Palutena's Guidance, their cannons are controlled via motion-controlled triggers, and their backpacks hold all their ammo, but nothing connects the packs to their cannons. Some outfits don't have a backpack or other method of storage with them at all.
  • While wearing the Isabelle, K.K. Slider, Inkling, Fox, and Tails DLC costumes, the Mii Gunners hold their weapon in hand rather than wear their cannon on their arm.
  • Mii Gunner has the most flame attacks of any character in any Smash game.
  • Mii Gunner is the only character with a 4-hit standard attack.
    • This attack resembles Pit's melee combo in Kid Icarus: Uprising when wielding a Cannon.
  • Oddly, Mii Gunner's back throw can semi spike and put the opponent into a tumbling state until 30%. Once past, it doesn't start tumbling until around 70%.
  • The heaviest possible Mii Gunner has the slowest dash of any fighter; while it can dash faster than Samus's walking speed, it dashes slower than Mega Man's walking speed.
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