Find Mii

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This article is about the stage. For information on its representative series, see Find Mii (series).
Find Mii
Find Mii SSBU.png
In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Series Find Mii
Game appearances Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
Availability Start
Maximum players 4 (3DS)
8 (Ultimate)

Find Mii (known as StreetPass Quest in the British English version) is a stage in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate based on the game of the same name from the built-in Nintendo 3DS application StreetPass Mii Plaza, specifically the top of the ruins of the Castle of Darkness, the game's final level.

The stage has two main platforms; a larger, flat ground on the left, and a smaller, raised piece of ground on the right. There is a large gap between the two, allowing for easy meteor smashes. Additionally, a caged Mii is positioned above the left platform. The Mii is chosen at random from the ones saved on the console. Contrarily, some screenshots show the cage to be empty. The caged Mii has a hitbox and the cage can be destroyed, sending the Mii flying into a background.

The Dark Emperor from Find Mii II can be seen flying around the stage. Occasionally, he gives a single fighter a level boost or hindrance, or he temporarily sinks either of the stage's two platforms. He also occasionally goes into the foreground to attack fighters by coming into contact with them. If a fighter defeats him, they get a temporary stat boost.

The Final Destination variant takes place on a singular platform. The Dark Emperor and the caged Mii are removed.

In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, the stage's My Music library is now shared with Summit, Duck Hunt, Hanenbow, PictoChat 2, Living Room, Balloon Fight, Tomodachi Life, Wrecking Crew, Pilotwings, and Wuhu Island.


Name Source Credits
Dark Lord Find Mii II Arrangement Supervisor: Daisuke Matsuoka
Composition: Nintendo
Arrangement: Nintendo
Save the World, Heroes! Find Mii II


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese すれちがい伝説
Surechigai Densetsu
StreetPass Legend
Chinese 瞬間交錯傳說 (Traditional)
Shùnjiān jiāocuò chuánshuō
瞬缘传说 (Simplified)
Shùn yuán chuánshuō
StreetPass Legend
Dutch Mii in misère Mii in misery
French Mii en péril Mii in jeopardy (Mii en péril is the name of the StreetPass Plaza game Find Mii)
German Rette die Krone! Save the Crown!
Italian Libera Mii Free Mii (Libera Mii is the name of the StreetPass Plaza game Find Mii)
Korean 엇갈림 전설
Eotgallim Jeonseol
Crisscross Legend
Portuguese O Resgate Mii The Mii Rescue
Russian Спаси Mii
Spasi Mii
Rescue Mii (Спаси Mii is the name of the StreetPass Plaza game Find Mii)
Spanish Rescate Mii Rescue Mii (Rescate Mii is the name of the StreetPass Plaza game Find Mii)