Super Smash Bros Mii Fighters Guide – How to Play, Moves List, Counters

Mii Fighters are once again a part of the Smash Bros. franchise. This time around, there are quite a lot of changes made to each of the Mii Fighters. Not only that, they are also unlocked differently than they were in the previous games. Our Super Smash Bros. Mii Fighters Guide will take you through the process of how you can unlock them and what are the changes made to them.

Super Smash Bros Ultimate Mii Fighters

The other characters in the game are unlocked by going through 1 of the 3 different game modes. However, the Mii fighters need to be created rather than unlocked. In order to do that, you need to head to the ‘Games & More’ section. After that, go to Mii Fighters and select the fighter that you want to use as a base.

After this, you will be able to customize your fighter including the way he looks. After you have gone through all of the changes that you want to make, simply click save and you will be able to begin using the Mii Fighter.

Mii Swordfighter Changes

As far as the Swordfighter is concerned, the dash is now much faster than it was before. This allows for a lot of gameplay moves as not only will you be able to close the gap on enemies faster, you will also be better off defensively.

Apart from that, there have been a few changes made to the animations including that of Jumpsquat and Down Aerial. Lastly, your Blurring Blades deal more damage (including fire damage) and have a flame effect on them.

Mii Gunner Changes

The Gunner version of the Mii Fighter has also undergone a lot of changes. First of all, the idle animation is different, as is the Jumpsquat animation. There have been a lot of buffs such as the increased speed of the Dash.

On top of that, you are now able to charge your Charge Blast while you are in the air as opposed to having to stay grounded. Lastly, your Down Aerial attack starts much faster than it used to in the previous games, allowing for more opportunities that are offensive.

Mii Brawler Changes

The Brawler has also gone through a few changes. Apart from the standard increase in dash speed that all of the 3 versions have had (and the change in jumpsquat animation), you are now able to perform the Forward Aerial much faster than you were able to. On top of that, your Feint Jump is now able to meteor smash opponents, allowing you to deal more damage.

Your Final Smash, known as Omega Blitz, has also gone through a minor change. Instead of moving around as you execute the move, you will now be standing still.

Move Sets

For your standard Special Move, you have the Gale Strike that can be performed by pressing the B button. You can perform your side smash by holding the Left Stick on the side and pressing the B button. This move is known as Airborne Assault.

Your Up Smash is Stone Scabbard and your Down Smash is Blade Counter. You can perform these moves by holding the Left Stick in the appropriate direction and pressing the B button. Lastly, your Final Smash can be performed by pressing the B button when your FS meter is full.

Xenoblade Costume and Alternate Costumes

Since there are no Xenoblade characters available for use in Super Smash Bros Ultimate, the creators have decided to give you a Xenoblade 2 outfit. You can only use this costume if you are using the Mii Swordfighter.

It is also not free, as you need to have the Fighter Pass in order to be able to access it. The Fighter Pass works as a DLC Season Pass for the game.

You do have the standard alternate costumes that go along with most of the characters in the game. You can select the costumes when you are creating your character.