Not to be confused with Sho.
|Level|| Swordplay: 281-285
Cycling: 73rd out of 98
He is one of the best Pro-Class players of Basketball and has a team with Susana and Pierre on it. His level in Basketball is 1361-1365 (the 10th best player). In Table Tennis, he is another good Pro, with the same level as in Basketball. In Swordplay, he is not so good. His level is only 281-285. He is bad at Cycling, coming 73rd out of 98. Overall, Shohei is one of the best Miis.
Armors Shohei uses in Swordplay Showdown
|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|
|Cliff Reverse||Gold Armor|
|Castle Reverse||No Armor|
|Volcano Reverse||Gold Armor|
In Wii Party, Shohei is a Beginner Mii.
- You can earn his badge for making 50 edits on "Non-American Miis" articles.
- His Japanese name is しょうへい (Shōhei).
- His Korean name is 정구 (Jeong-gu).
- In both Table Tennis and Basketball, Shohei is the 10th best player.
- This is fitting because his Korean name directly translates to "Tennis".
- He's Japanese.
- This information is assumed because of his name. Not a single Wii Sports/Wii Sports Resort Mii has a confirmed nationality.
- He is the best left-handed male in Table Tennis.
- He is one of the only CPU Miis to have glasses that match his eye color.
- Shohei appears in 12 Swordplay Showdown Stages. He appears in stages 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 13, 15, 16, 17, 18, and 20.
- 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.
- However, his short height actually can be seen if he is a spectator in a basketball match.
- Shohei is the first newcomer to be added to Wii Sports Resort, being listed as 060 out of 099 internally.
- He's the only CPU Mii with those eyes.
- If a class system existed in Wii Sports Resort for Average Skill Level, Shohei would be the Pro Class Beginner.
- In Table Tennis, Shohei is left-handed.
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