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Not to be confused with Xue-Ren and Rin.

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Title N/A
Gender Male
Favorite Color Sky Blue
Country Flag of Japan.png Japan
Level Tennis: 22 to 34

Baseball: 395 to 586

Boxing: 1030 to 1213 (PRO)

Swordplay: 746 to 750

Basketball: 986 to 990

Table Tennis: 1241 to 1245 (PRO)

Cycling: 57th out of 98

Average: 737+

CPU Rank Advanced Difficulty

Ren is a CPU Mii from Wii Sports, Wii Sports Resort, and Wii Party. He is ranked #49 out of the Wii Sports Resort CPUs, by overall skill level. His Total Skill Level is 6033.

Wii Sports

In Tennis, Ren is terrible, being the 4th worst player with a skill level of 22 to 34. He, along with Abby, Chris, Shouta, and Hiroshi, has a lower skill than the starter team of Matt and Miyu. However, if you lose the first match, he will play against you with either Abby or Chris.

He is pretty decent in Baseball with a level of around 395 to 586. His team consists of Yoshi, Anna, Marco, James, Jake, Mike, Oscar, and Chris. Ren plays on the Baseball teams of Lucía, Rachel, Ashley, Naomi, Haru, Daisuke, Alex, and Ai.

He is the first Mii to always be a Pro at Boxing with a really great skill level of 1030 to 1213.

Wii Sports Resort

Ren is the last non-Pro in Basketball, with Helen and Sota on his team. His level is 986 to 990.

He is a really good Pro in Table Tennis, with a skill level of 1241 to 1245.

He is great at Swordplay, with a skill level of 746 to 750.

He is fairly good at Cycling, coming in 57th out of 98.

Armors Ren uses in Swordplay Showdown

Stage Armor
Bridge No Armor
Lighthouse No Armor
Beach Green Armor
Mountain No Armor
Forest Gold Armor
Ruins No Armor
Waterfall Green Armor
Cliffs Purple Armor
Castle No Armor
Volcano Gold Armor
Bridge Reverse Purple Armor
Lighthouse Reverse Gold Armor
Beach Reverse Black Armor (Lanky)
Mountain Reverse Gold Armor
Forest Reverse Purple Armor
Ruins Reverse Gold Armor
Waterfall Reverse Gold Armor
Cliffs Reverse Purple Armor
Castle Reverse Gold Armor
Volcano Reverse Gold Armor
  • Ren makes the most consecutive appearances in Swordplay Showdown. He appears in 11 consecutive stages, those stages being stages 10 to 20. He also appears in every Reverse stage, being the only Mii to do so.
  • He appears in Green Armor in stages 3 and 7.
  • He appears in Gold Armor in stages 5, 10, 12, 14, 16, 17, 19, and 20.
  • He appears in Purple Armor in stages 8, 11, 15, and 18.
  • He appears in Lanky Black Armor in stage 13. He is mostly defensive and rarely attacks.
  • He never appears in Red Armor.
  • He is aggressive in Stage 19.

Wii Party

In Wii Party, Ren is in Advanced Difficulty.

  • In Balance Boat, him and Naomi are in 4th place in Double Up Intermediate Mode with 15 Miis balanced.
    • He is also in 8th place in Time Attack Intermediate Mode with Ursula with 17 Miis balanced.
  • In Rope Sling, he is in 5th place, traveling a distance of 130 yards.

Names in Different Languages

Japanese: れん (Ren)

Korean: 명석 (Myeongseok)

(His Japanese name is identical to his English name.)


  • According to a file in the September 2020 Nintendo leak about CPU Miis, Ren's nationality is Japanese.
    • In his image in the file, Ren has his favorite color set to Purple instead of Sky Blue as his final design; this likely means that Purple was originally going to be his favorite color during development but it was changed to Sky Blue.
  • According to the Wii Sports and Wii Sports Resort files, Ren's Internal ID is 007.
  • According to the Wii Music files, Ren's Internal ID is 45.
  • According to his data file in Wii Music, Ren's Mii ID is 80-4f-94-84 and his console ID is c2-3d-21-af.
    • According to his Mii ID, Ren was created on August 30, 2006 at 10:50:56 AM.
  • Ren is right-handed.
  • In his Wii Party artwork, he can be seen on the Balance Boat.


Wii Sports / Wii Party