Guest C is a Pre-loaded Mii available for use in titles that feature Mii support, which includes Wii Sports Games, Wii Party games, and other games with Mii support. He's also the default male Mii in the Mii Maker, only with darker skin.
As Mr. Tomo, his design has a less paler skin.
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U & 3DS
The design of the default Mii Brawler used in promotional material and in-game renders is based on Guest C. Unlike Guest C, however, the Mii Brawler's skin tone is the palest option, he has black, messier hair (the same as Zi-Kai), and his eyebrows use a different design and are thinner.
Super Smash Bros Ultimate (Switch)
Like in the previous game, the default Mii Brawler is based on Guest C. However, a few more changes were made to his design. This time around, the Mii Brawler has a skin tone that is slightly paler than Guest C's, but darker than the palest option. The Mii Brawler has long black hair (the same as Ai), and while his eyebrows share Guest C's design, but is shifted down by 2 and are thinner. His nose is smaller, and he is sporting a serious frown, which is also smaller and thinner than Guest C's mouth.
The promotional Mii Brawler can be unlocked by saving him in World of Light's Dark Realm.
Guest C himself, meanwhile, appears as an opponent in certain characters' classic modes, like Bowser's. In there, his voice is randomized.
- You could have earned his badge for making 25 edits on "CPU Mii" articles, but that is disabled now.
- All you need to do to make his Mii is to change the default male Mii's skin color to white with yellow undertones, which means he is the easiest Mii to recreate, along with Guest F.
- If you erase a Mii that has been put in the Wii Fit Plaza in Wii Fit Plus, chances are, this Mii might appear to take that Mii's place.
- He'll appear with an actual name instead of "Guest C".