Mii Swordfighter is one of the three bespoke Super Smash Bros characters born out of Nintendo's console avatars: the Mii's. A Highly customizable fighter with a plethora of costumes, faces, hairstyles, and more from a wide range of gaming franchises.Know more
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The Miis were created around the release of the Nintendo Wii in 2006. Nintendo developed a slew of titles that used a new avatar system, the Miis, to introduce people to the console's motion control and have some first-party content at release. The basic idea being that players could create themselves and play various games with these avatars. As a matter of fact, Mii titles are among the most sold for the console, with Wii Sports and Wii Sports Resort taking first and third place.
Interestingly enough, the Mii fighters would not make their debut appearance in Super Smash Bros Brawl, the Wii entry in the franchise. It would take until the release of the Wii U and Super Smash Bros 4 for the trio to make their way into the icon stages of Super Smash Bros. Each of the characters focuses on a particular playstyle, with some moves being similar, but not outright copies, of other characters.
Mii Swordfighter is the best aerial fighter of the Mii trio and one of the most versatile. Their specials are a great tool to dispense opponents with Gale Strike, a slow-moving projectile, being a great kill confirm thanks to its damage. Their normal attacks are fast, and they give the character good control of the stage and the ability to punish overactive aerial players with great ways to respond to them. In the current competitive Super Smash Bros Ultimate environment, Mii Swordfighter is thought to be a great choice for those whose playstyle revolves around trapping opponents near ledges to make the most of his specials.