Category talk:Mii Brawler professionals (SSB4)

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I'm not sure if this is even necessary...[edit]

...Because not only has this category remained empty despite Smash 4 having been out for almost a third of a year, but Mii Fighters (along with all other forms of customization) aren't even used in professional tournaments. And even if they are, it's probably only for joke purposes, which we could easily mention on the pages of those respective Smashers, or the article that describes that particular tournament. Thus, of course there aren't going to be any notable players for these characters. I say this category (as well as the ones talking about professionals for the other Mii types) should be deleted. MeatBall104; The Tomb Raider! 20:17, 24 February 2015 (EST)

It is not out of the question that, in a year or two, Miis could be tournament legal enough (say, as created from a trustworthy source with no customs) that pros start to main them. Toomai Glittershine ??? Da Bomb 20:40, 24 February 2015 (EST)
Especially given that Mii Fighters can be made with the system's guest Miis, which are consistent. There's really no justification for not allowing 1111 guest Miis at a bare minimum, and EVO having customs will also make them more likely to be seen. Miles (talk) 20:42, 24 February 2015 (EST)
Dapuffster is actually primarily a Mii Brawler player, and was indirectly the cause of a slight controversy when he made full use of Mii Brawler's One Inch Punch (which can kill any character at 0%), a move which is often sighted as the reason for Tristate avoiding custom moves after the 3DS version was done being played in tournaments. On top of that, Komorikiri has won a large regional in Japan, Sumabato 1 for Wii U, using Mii Brawler (WITH the default 1-1-1-1 moveset, and Mii Brawler is significantly better with customs). PokemonMasterJamal3 (talk) 20:49, 24 February 2015 (EST)