History VideoGame / StreetPassMiiPlaza

16th Jan '17 4:45:45 PM NoxSky12599
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* DamageSpongeBoss: Most of the bosses: since you rarely have many high-leveled Miis available, they'll usually take a good number of Miis to take down.

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* DamageSpongeBoss: Most All of the final bosses: since you rarely have many high-leveled Miis available, they'll usually take a good large number of Miis to take down.down. Ultimate Ghost has 150 HP, [[spoiler:Dark Lord has 200 HP, and Dark Emperor has 250 HP]]. These are the only enemies whose HP gets into the triple digits. In ''Find Mii II'', they also start every round by using "level-down gas" to weaken your heroes, which drags the fight out even more.[[note]]The gas lowers every Mii's level by 1, except Miis already at level 1. You can buy a potion to disperse the gas, but the boss will immediately cast it again.[[/note]]
12th Jan '17 8:18:56 AM Aresd57
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** Your Mii is a monarch, a space fighter pilot, a gardener, a warrior, a detective, a fisherman, an [[ImprobableWeaponUser Improbable Weapons User]], a slot car racer, a stock trader, a chef, a ninja, and an archaeologist.

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** Your Mii is a monarch, a space fighter pilot, a gardener, a warrior, a detective, a fisherman, an [[ImprobableWeaponUser Improbable Weapons User]], ImprobableWeaponUser, a slot car racer, a stock trader, a chef, a ninja, and an archaeologist.
9th Jan '17 9:59:14 AM Aresd57
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** Your Mii is a monarch, a member of the Mii Force (and thus, a space fighter pilot), a gardner, a warrior, a detective, a fisherman, an ImprobableWeaponsUser, a slot car racer, a chef, a ninja, and an archaelogist.
** Likewise, the Miis that you encounter same the same occupations, as well being swordsmen, mages, and stock market analysts.

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** Your Mii is a monarch, a member of the Mii Force (and thus, a space fighter pilot), pilot, a gardner, gardener, a warrior, a detective, a fisherman, an ImprobableWeaponsUser, [[ImprobableWeaponUser Improbable Weapons User]], a slot car racer, a stock trader, a chef, a ninja, and an archaelogist.
archaeologist.
** Likewise, the Miis that you encounter same share the same occupations, as well being swordsmen, mages, and stock market analysts.
9th Jan '17 9:56:22 AM Aresd57
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** [[spoiler: The Mechanical Shogun also has two of these.]]
9th Jan '17 9:47:57 AM Aresd57
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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: The names of the brothers running the slot car track are most likely a reference to [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nico_Rosberg Nico Rosberg]] and [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kimi_R%C3%A4ikk%C3%B6nen Kimi "The Iceman" Räikkönen]], 2 Finnish Formula 1 drivers.

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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: The names of the brothers running the slot car track are most likely a reference to [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nico_Rosberg Nico Rosberg]] and [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kimi_R%C3%A4ikk%C3%B6nen org/wiki/Kimi_Räikkönen Kimi "The Iceman" Räikkönen]], 2 Finnish Formula 1 drivers.
9th Jan '17 2:54:20 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* AntiRageQuitting: If you quit a race, your next booster will have ''no upgrades at all''.
2nd Jan '17 8:00:20 PM SpaceHunterDrakeRedcrest
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* RenaissanceMan:
** Your Mii is a monarch, a member of the Mii Force (and thus, a space fighter pilot), a gardner, a warrior, a detective, a fisherman, an ImprobableWeaponsUser, a slot car racer, a chef, a ninja, and an archaelogist.
** Likewise, the Miis that you encounter same the same occupations, as well being swordsmen, mages, and stock market analysts.
2nd Jan '17 9:31:35 AM Jubileus57
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* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Iris's hair color is bright pink.
1st Jan '17 11:14:55 PM ZombieAladdin
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* AmazingTechnicolorBattlefield: Zero-G Crash Course.


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* DeathMountain: Mountain Climber and Mountain Coaster.


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* FloatingContinent: A group of floating islands make up Soaring Skyway.
* GravityScrew: In Zero-G Crash Course, gravity always pulls directly down regardless of the track's orientation.
* GreenHillZone: Simple Circuit and Circuit Simple.


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* LandOfFaerie: Fairy-Tale Forest and Falltime Fairy Tale.
* LevelAte: Full-Course Course and Carbo-load Road. Possibly combined with MacroZone, but equally likely that the miniature racetrack is inside a restaurant.
* LevelInReverse: Most of the courses are later driven in the other direction, and where needed, with a few modifications to make them possible. Normal versions are most often set in the day, while the the reverse versions are set in the evening, nighttime, or turbulent weather:
** Simple Circuit is driven backwards as Circuit Simple.
** Fairy-Tale Forest is driven backwards as Falltime Fairy Tale.
** Mountain Climber is driven backwards as Mountain Coaster. Notable for being the biggest gap between the regular version and the reverse version, with Mountain Climber in the first set and Mountain Coaster in the final set.
** Start 'n' Stop Island is driven backwards as Island Sunset.
** City Corners is driven backwards as City Nightlife.
** Desert Swirl is driven backwards as Starry Swirl.
** Full-Course Course is driven backwards as Carbo-load Road.
** Soaring Skyway is driven backwards as Stormy Skyway.
** Treetop Twist is driven backwards as Canopy Catastrophe.


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* PalmtreePanic: Start 'n' Stop Island and Island Sunset.


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* ShiftingSandLand: Desert Swirl and Starry Swirl.


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* SkyscraperCity: City Corners and City Nightlife.


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* TreeTopTown: Treetop Twist and Canopy Catastrophe.
* TrippyFinaleSyndrome: [[spoiler:Zero-G Crash Course]] is the last course in the game, and it is by far the most surreal.
23rd Dec '16 11:37:58 AM ZombieAladdin
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* DamnYouMuscleMemory: Pressing the A button during an incomplete dialogue box, in most other games (or a confirm button if otherwise), will fill in the remaining text. In ''Mii Trek'', and none of the other ''[=StreetPass=] Mii Plaza'' games, pressing the A button will skip to the next dialogue box, regardless of if it's complete or not. Doing this can accidentally cause you to miss some of the things Beakley or other characters say.
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