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    Junior Member vinnyl26's Avatar
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    Adding people to your contact book

    Whats the point? Other than sending e-mails or messages what else is it good for? Does there Mii apear in your room with the your other Miis?

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    If you and your friend have your Mii's to mingle, you can then view each others Mii's by clicking on Mii Parade while in the Mii channel.

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    and also for online gaming....so u can play with/against d people u know....

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    I actually have a different question on this topic.

    Why not just add EVERY friend code you come across?

    Is there a limit or reason NOT to?

    Just received my Wii this week, so sorta new to the whole friend code thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xaegoth
    I actually have a different question on this topic.

    Why not just add EVERY friend code you come across?

    Is there a limit or reason NOT to?

    Just received my Wii this week, so sorta new to the whole friend code thing.
    i believe there is a cap of 100 people in the address book (pls correct me if im wrong). add me in if u want, details on the left. jst PM me once u have so i can add u in as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xaegoth
    I actually have a different question on this topic.

    Why not just add EVERY friend code you come across?

    Is there a limit or reason NOT to?

    Just received my Wii this week, so sorta new to the whole friend code thing.
    The other person has to add you too first. So you won't get any extra mii's or be able to send messages until then.

    The most annoying thing about it is the fact that on the games you get a different code that is specific to that game so if you have many online games you will end up with lots of friend codes and it becomes a pain.

    My Mario Strikers Code is 309338931234 - Add me and PM me for a game!




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    Mario Strikers Charged, Heatseeker, Tony Hawk Downhill Jam, Eledees, NFS: Carbon, Zelda, Wii Sports.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ChazzyP
    The other person has to add you too first. So you won't get any extra mii's or be able to send messages until then.

    The most annoying thing about it is the fact that on the games you get a different code that is specific to that game so if you have many online games you will end up with lots of friend codes and it becomes a pain.
    Ah, thanks for answering!

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