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A '''Mii''' is a digital avatar that represents the player in various games. It is used on the [[Wii]], the [[Nintendo 3DS|3DS]], and the [[Wii U]].
 
  
==Nintendo Wii==
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A '''Mii''' is a digital avatar that represents the player in various games. It is introduced with the release of the [[Nintendo Wii|Wii]] and is commonly used in games and consoles succeeding it as player avatars. Players create Miis through the [[Nintendo Wii#Mii Channel|Mii Channel]] in the Wii and the [[Wii U]]. Miis can also be moved from system to system by downloading them or by saving them on the Wii Remote and placing a copy on another Wii. While Miis are a mandatory profile element in the Wii and Wii U, they have been reduced to optional choices in the [[Nintendo Switch]].
[[File:Mii.jpg|thumb|left|A [[Mii Mask]]]]
 
It is created using the [[Nintendo Wii#Mii Channel|Mii Channel]] on the Wii, and can be used as the player in multiple Wii games, most notably in ''Wii Sports'', to represent the player, and the Miis can also be moved from system to system by downloading them, or by saving them on the Wii Remote and placing a copy on another Wii.
 
  
In {{CF}}, in addition to modifing your basic face, the player can go to The [[Shampoodle]] Salon and can buy a mask in the shape of a Mii's face for 3000 [[Bells]] but the first time you do this, it will be free.  
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=={{CF}}==
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In {{CF}}, a [[Mii Mask]] can be created in the [[Shampoodle]] salon, where players can buy a mask in the shape of a Mii's face for 3,000 [[Bells]] but the first time they do this, it will be free. To remove the mask, players can remove as any other accessory. If they receive any bee stings, the stings will not be visible, but other villagers can see them. Any hats and other accessories will be removed when the Mii Mask is worn.
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=={{NL}}==
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In {{NL}}, players can once again use the Mii mask as they did in {{CF}}. The player gets it the same way as from ''City Folk''.
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To remove the mask, just remove it the same as you would remove any accessory. If the player gets any bee stings, they will not be visible, but other villagers will still act like they are still there. Any hats and other accessories will be removed when the mii mask is worn.
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==Gallery==
 
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==Nintendo 3DS==
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Miis once again appear on the 3DS, appearing first in ''Pilot Wings Resort''.
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File:MiiHeadshot.JPG|A headshot of a Mii
In {{NL}}, players can once again use the Mii Mask as they did in {{CF}}. Methods of obtaining the mask are unknown.
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Latest revision as of 20:14, August 5, 2018

A Mii is a digital avatar that represents the player in various games. It is introduced with the release of the Wii and is commonly used in games and consoles succeeding it as player avatars. Players create Miis through the Mii Channel in the Wii and the Wii U. Miis can also be moved from system to system by downloading them or by saving them on the Wii Remote and placing a copy on another Wii. While Miis are a mandatory profile element in the Wii and Wii U, they have been reduced to optional choices in the Nintendo Switch.

Animal Crossing: City Folk[edit]

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In Animal Crossing: City Folk, a Mii Mask can be created in the Shampoodle salon, where players can buy a mask in the shape of a Mii's face for 3,000 Bells but the first time they do this, it will be free. To remove the mask, players can remove as any other accessory. If they receive any bee stings, the stings will not be visible, but other villagers can see them. Any hats and other accessories will be removed when the Mii Mask is worn.

Animal Crossing: New Leaf[edit]

In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, players can once again use the Mii mask as they did in Animal Crossing: City Folk. The player gets it the same way as from City Folk.

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