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Mii Swordfighter
Mii Swordfighter SSB4
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Nickname The Swordfighter of Many Faces
Special Moves Gale Strike/Shuriken of Light/Blurring Blade (Neutral), Airborne Assault/Slash Launcher/Chakram (Side), Stone Scabbard/Skyward Slash Dash/Hero's Spin (Up), Blade Counter/Reversal Slash/Power Thrust (Down)
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A Mii Swordfighter (剣術タイプ, Fencing Type), or Mii Sword Fighter in the PAL version, is one of the three different types of Mii Fighters that appear in Super Smash Bros. 4, along with Mii Brawlers and Mii Gunners.

Trophy Description

This fighter is based on a player's Mii and favors a sword in battle. Enjoy the extra reach the sword offers, but remember that it takes a bit longer for strikes to reach your opponent as a result. Customize your Mii with chargeable moves, counters, or projectile attacks.

Trivia

  • The design of the default Mii Swordfighter used in promotional material and in-game renders is based on a slightly edited version of Guest B, one of the pre-loaded Miis available for use in titles with Mii support. Of the three, the Mii Swordfighter has the least drastic change in design; simply changing the design of his hair and widening the eye placement a bit.
  • The Mii Swordfighter's sword trail varies with the outfit they are currently wearing: most outfits use Link's afterimage-heavy sword trail, while the Neon and Cybernetic Suits give the Mii's sword Marth's glowing tipper (although this is only aesthetic).
  • Due to the Mii Swordfighter's model being right-handed, two Mii outfits based on other characters do not follow the original character's dominant hand.
    • In Xenoblade Chronicles, Dunban is unable to use his right arm from overexposure of the Monado's power. Because of this, he holds his weapon with his left hand, while a cape-like fabric that is part of his costume covers his right arm. The Smash 4 Mii costume reverses this, making the Swordfighter use the arm draped under the cape instead.
    • Link is depicted as left-handed in The Legend of Zelda series, with it being one of the staples of his character. The Smash 4 costume follows the right-handed style featured in Twilight Princess, Skyward Sword and Breath Of The Wild, which was done due to the reliance on the more common right-handed motion controls and control scheme, respectively.
  • There seems to be an oddity if the Mii Swordfighter equips the Chrom outfit. When using Blade Counter, during the swing, they will hold the crossguard of the sword instead of the handle.
  • All of the Mii Swordfighter's chargeable special moves share the same charging sound.
  • The default Mii Swordfighter has a slightly larger nose in his trophies than in his promotional art and the Mii Fighter character select art.
  • When editing a Mii Swordfighter with the Viridi costume, the staff appears to be much larger and longer, however it reverts to normal size in a match.
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