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Not to be confused with Sho.

Shohei
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Information
Title None
Gender Male
Favorite Color Royal Blue
Level Swordplay: 281 to 285

Basketball: 1361 to 1365 (PRO)

Table Tennis: 1361 to 1365 (PRO)

Cycling: 77th out of 98

Average: 1001+

CPU Rank Beginner Difficulty


Shohei (Pronounced "SHO-HEH") is a CPU Mii from Wii Sports Resort and Wii Party. He is ranked #14 out of the Wii Sports Resort CPUs, by overall skill level. His Total Skill Level is 3523.

Wii Sports Resort

In Swordplay, he isn't very good, with a skill level of 281 to 285.

In Both Table Tennis and Basketball, he is a high Pro, being the 10th best player having a skill level of 1361 to 1365, and he plays with Susana and Pierre in Basketball.

He is bad at Cycling, coming in 77th out of 98.

Overall, Shohei is one of the best Wii Sports Resort Miis.

Armors Shohei uses in Swordplay Showdown

Stage Armor
Bridge No Armor
Lighthouse Green Armor
Beach No Armor
Mountain No Armor
Forest Gold Armor
Ruins Gold Armor
Waterfall Green Armor
Cliffs Purple Armor
Castle No Armor
Volcano No Armor
Bridge Reverse Gold Armor
Lighthouse Reverse No Armor
Beach Reverse Gold Armor
Mountain Reverse No Armor
Forest Reverse Red Armor
Ruins Reverse Gold Armor
Waterfall Reverse Red Armor
Cliffs Reverse Gold Armor
Castle Reverse No Armor
Volcano Reverse Gold Armor

Wii Party

In Wii Party, Shohei is in Beginner Difficulty.

Names in Different Languages

Japanese: しょうへい (Shōhei)

Korean: 정구 (Jeong-gu)

(His Japanese name seems to be the same as his English name, but with an accent.)

Trivia

  • According to the September 2020 Nintendo leak about CPU Miis, Shohei's nationality is Japanese. You can find the leak here.
  • According to the Wii Sports Resort files, Shohei's Internal ID is 060.
    • This makes Shohei the first newcomer CPU Mii to be added into Wii Sports Resort, since Internal IDs are based off the order they were added in.
  • Shohei appears in 12 Swordplay Showdown Stages. He appears in stages 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 13, 15, 16, 17, 18, and 20.
    • Shohei was originally going to be the 35th Mii in Stage 1, which indicates that the Bridge must have had more than 35 Miis in development.
  • Unlike most CPU Miis, who have the default height value (64) set, Shohei uses a custom height value; his height is set to 33. This value cannot be seen in-game, however, as height and weight is not visible in Wii Sports Resort and Wii Party.
  • In both Table Tennis and Basketball, Shohei is left-handed.
  • Shohei and Sota are the only CPU's who debuted in Wii Sports Resort to appear in the Bowling Alley.
    • To make things weirder, the two always appear in the same spots as all the other CPU's randomly switch positions.
    • This is mainly due to a glitch in their Internal ID's, since Shohei's ID is 060 while Sota's ID is 061.
  • Shohei appears in the controls for Spotlight Fight.

Gallery

Wii Sports Resort / Wii Party

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