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In the same way we have Princess Peach vs Peach (SSBM), we will have Mii vs. Mii Fighter (SSB4). Toomai Glittershine ??? Le Grand Fromage 14:03, 10 June 2014 (EDT)

Sounds fine to me. ChuckNorris24.png 14:05, 10 June 2014 (EDT)

Mii vs Mii Fighter[edit]

Mii Fighters appear to be specifically designed for Smash, and the "regular appearance" is just Mii. Therefore the generic article ought to be Mii, with Mii Fighter (SSB4) for its Smash appearance. The names of the regular appearance and Smash appearance do not have to be identical: Solid Snake, Fox McCloud. Thoughts? - Ceci n’est pas un Smiddle. 14:05, 10 June 2014 (EDT)

You guys are all right. I need to stop trying to juggle sixteen tabs at once because it just ends up with bad decision making sometimes. Sorry about that. Miles (talk) 14:14, 10 June 2014 (EDT)


This article labels the Miis under the Smash Bros. Universe. While this is true for Mii Fighters, Miis in their "regular appearance" are not from the Smash Universe. This should be changed. MaxKirbles (talk) 14:39, 2 July 2014 (EDT)MaxKirblesMaxKirbles (talk) 14:39, 2 July 2014 (EDT)

You mean a Wii universe? Yeah we should change it.Qwerty the lord Nessytrewq.jpg 14:52, 2 July 2014 (EDT)
Except there is no Wii universe in Smash. I think the Mii Fighter pages should be labeled as Smash Characters, but the Mii itself should be labeled as a Find Mii character. ChuckNorris24.png 15:06, 2 July 2014 (EDT)
The official site has the Smash Universe symbol. ☆The Solar Dragon (Talk - Contribs.)☆ 17:17, 2 July 2014 (EDT)
Yes, but that applies to the Mii Fighters. This Mii page is about the character in general, not the Fighters designed specifically for Smash. Sakurai stated that the Mii Fighters "Almost didn't look like Miis anymore", which is most likely the reason why they have the Smash symbol. However, this page is about the average Mii, which is why I think this page should be listed under the Find Mii universe. ChuckNorris24.png 17:30, 2 July 2014 (EDT)
That seems like an unnecessary level of inconsistency. I mean, Miis were in Smash (as a game element in Brawl) before they were in Find Mii. Anyways, it's not inaccurate to use the Smash symbol because a) Mii Fighter does and b) the Smash symbol is used when there isn't a symbol for a given universe. Both are valid reasons to leave the Smash symbol here as is. Miles (talk) 17:38, 2 July 2014 (EDT)
I agree with Miles. Mii Fighters, and by extensions Mii's them selves, are labeled with the smash symbol on the official site, ergo we should keep that with the Miis them selves. It would, as he said, create a massive level of inconsistency between the Mii and Mii fighter pages if they had different universe symbols.

Lets not forget the fact that really, Mii's have no real universe to represent on their own. Miis are, for all intense and purposes, characters meant to represent Nintendo console owners. They represent the player in the games their playable in, so it'd make sense for them to be labeled as a smash bros universe character.
Ixbran (talk) 05:53, 3 July 2014 (EDT)

Mii Universe[edit]

Normally I hate to open any can that could possibly contain worms, but on the Ultimate official site, when you sort the fighters "By Series" the Mii Fighters are listed under a universe just titled "Mii" With the Miiverse/Mii Maker logo besides them. I want to be careful not to jump to conclusions because we haven't seen the Mii Fighter's Victory Animations (which have the series symbol on the screen during them) so we don't know for certain, but I feel like this should be mentioned somewhere in the article. It's not exactly trivia, and it certainly doesn't belong in the article body, but I still feel like it should be somewhere. 14:42, 18 September 2018 (EDT)Blueflame105

Bumping for opinions on this subject, as it seems it was lost in the recent changes.
So long as they keep using the smash Series logo for their universe logo, they should stay as smash universe characters.
Ixbran (talk) 01:12, 6 November 2018 (EST)