|Series||Super Smash Bros.|
|First Appearance||Mii Channel (2006)|
|Final Smash||Final Edge|
The Mii Swordfighter is one of the three variations of the Mii Fighters in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Super Smash Bros. Golden Eclipse. As its name suggests, the Mii Swordfighter is a master of weaponry and uses a sword for a majority of its attacks.
Like Palutena and the other variations of the Mii Fighters, the Mii Swordfighter's custom moves are all separate moves rather than altered versions of the same move and all custom moves are available from the start. The Mii Swordfighter can also be fitted with unique outfits and hats. Mii Swordfighters cannot be used when playing With Anyone online, but can be used in battles against friends.
Source: Mario Wiki
- : Gale Strike - Creates a mini-tornado and sends it forwards. The damage that it deals decreases the farther it travels and it can push opponents during the end. Aesthetically, this move resembles Link's Gale Boomerang, and functions similarly to a toned-down version of the Ore Club's smash attack tornadoes. (3.7%, 2.9%, or 2% per hit)
> : Airborne Assault- Charges up then launches at the enemy, somersaulting with the blade. Travels in a light arc, and the Swordfighter bounces off opponents if it hits, making it function similarly to a long-range Bouncing Fish, or Raptor Boost to a lesser extent. (7.2-16%)
^ : Stone Scabbard - Slashes upwards while jumping and then downwards while falling. The second hit is a powerful meteor smash. Similar to Kirby's Final Cutter or Ike's Aether. (5% (hit 1), 3% (hit 2), 5% (hit 3), 6% (sword when going through platforms))
v : Blade Counter - Functions similarly to other characters' counterattacks; The Mii holds his/her sword behind them in a reverse grip, and strikes with a retaliatory slash when hit. (1.25x the damage of countered attacks, 8% minimum)
F : Final Edge - Displays their sword and fires waves of energy off of it. Functions similarly to Wii Fit. In the 3DS version, the energy waves are all aimed horizontally, while in the Wii U version, this move appears to send out energy waves in more directions, thus having more range. The projectiles bear resemblance to the Sword Beam from The Legend of Zelda series. (8% (wave, close), 6% (wave, far))