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Ribbon Girl

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Ribbon Girl
SSBU spirit Ribbon Girl.png
Symbol of the ARMS series.
Official artwork of Ribbon Girl from ARMS.
Universe ARMS
Debut ARMS (2017)
Smash Bros. appearances Ultimate
Most recent non-Smash appearance Karaoke JOYSOUND for Nintendo Switch (2017, cameo) Japan
Console/platform of origin Nintendo Switch
Species Human
Gender Female
Place of origin Ribbon Ring
Designed by Masaaki Ishikawa
Voice actor Momoka Kawasaki
Article on ARMS Institute Ribbon Girl

Ribbon Girl (リボンガール, Ribbon Girl) is a character and playable fighter in the Nintendo Switch game ARMS.


Spring Man fighting Ribbon Girl in ARMS.
Spring Man fighting Ribbon Girl at Spring Stadium in ARMS.

Ribbon Girl is one of the playable fighters in ARMS. As her name implies, her design is themed around ribbons, such as her ARMS being extendable ribbons and her hair also being ribbons. Ribbon Girl is also a pop star within the world of ARMS. Within the game she has two extra jumps, a double air-dash, and an aerial fast-fall, and her default ARMS consist of the Sparky, Popper, and Slapamander. Her home stage is Ribbon Ring, a concert themed stage reflecting her pop star career. Her grand prix ending depicts her performing a concert with a band on what appears to be Ribbon Ring, with her face on the giant screen.

In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

Assist role[edit]

Ribbon Girl in ARMS Rush.

Ribbon Girl is seen in Min Min's Final Smash, ARMS Rush, and unleashes a flurry of punches alongside other characters from ARMS.

As a background character[edit]

Ribbon Girl appears on the screen in the background of Spring Stadium. She also appeared in Min Min's reveal trailer where she knocks Spring Man away from the invitation before it is ultimately claimed by Min Min.

As a costume[edit]

Ribbon Girl set for Mii Brawler.

Ribbon Girl is the basis of a costume for Mii Brawlers.


Ribbon Girl also appears as an Advanced-class primary spirit.

Ribbon Girl's spirit can be summoned using the cores of Elite Beat Divas and ChuChu.

If the player has purchased Min Min, Ribbon Girl can be battled in the ARMS DLC Spirit Board.

Ribbon Girl uses a Mii Brawler puppet fighter wearing a Ribbon Girl Mask and Outfit and is fought on the Spring Stadium stage. During the battle, the Mii Brawler will have an additional jump, referencing Ribbon Girl's ability to perform mid-air jumps in battle.

No. Image Name Type Class Slots Base Power Max Power Base Attack Max Attack Base Defense Max Defense Ability Series
SSBU spirit Ribbon Girl.png
Ribbon Girl
★★ 2 1485 5944 614 2458 814 3258 Fist Attack ↑ ARMS

Other appearances[edit]

  • Ribbon Girl's vocals appear in the ARMS Victory theme.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name
Japan Japanese リボンガール, Ribbon Girl
UK English Ribbon Girl
France French Ribbon Girl
Germany German Ribbon Girl
Spain Spanish Ribbon Girl
Italy Italian Ribbon Girl
China Chinese (Simplified) 丝带少女
Taiwan Chinese (Traditional) 絲帶少女
South Korea Korean 리본걸, Ribbon Girl
Netherlands Dutch Ribbon Girl
Russia Russian Риббонгерл


  • Ribbon Girl and Ninjara are the first summon-exclusive spirits to gain spirit battles in a update.