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    Minamato no Yoshitsune smck75's Avatar
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    What makes a Mii travel

    Received my first Mii within my Mii Parade from a friend's Wii and the thought hit me....what made that Mii travel. Apparently he has lots of 'em on his system. So I began to think, why would only one Mii arrive, and randomly. No I'm not thinking Mii's have minds of their own. Just thought the programming is quite interesting i.e.

    1) Is there a set time in which a Mii travels from your system to another
    2) Is the Mii that is sent selected randomly
    3) Is one of more Mii's sent at the same time to Wii's within your address book
    4) Generally how does the system carry out this process without any user interaction (I mean in a programming sense...not through WiFi)

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    5) I'm alone in this thought and noone really cares

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    You set your Mii on mingle and turn on travel for your Wii. That's how they go to parades.
    Semper Fidelis.
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    Minamato no Yoshitsune smck75's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by HyPeRsHoCk
    You set your Mii on mingle and turn on travel for your Wii. That's how they go to parades.
    Yeah understand that bit, was talking more from the back end of the workings...not the user side.

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    Oh ok. I guess I just misunderstood.
    Semper Fidelis.
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    1) When your friends console is off, the Mii's parade. (Like they're happy he's gone or something...)
    2) If the Mii's "mingle" is on, they should be parading. (Not random at all!)
    3) No.
    4) Dunno... WiFi?

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    5) You can erase this question.
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    while on the topic, does sending a Mii via the message system for the Wii also transfer accomplishments (such as Pro status in Wii Sports) or is it just the design? What about using the Wii-mote?
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