Misango

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The Spirited Fighter
Misango
Misango.png
Basic Information
Height 6' 3" (192 cm)
Weight 234 lb (106 kg)
Age 33
Affiliation Misangans
Stage Temple Grounds
Hobbies Self-discipline, making bracelets
Voice Actor Toru Sakurai
Signature Misango signature.png
Official Stats
Small red bars indicate red mask
Small blue bars indicate blue mask
Small yellow bars indicate yellow mask
Size 4/5
Arm Girth 3/5
Maskbars-4-2-3.png
Speed 3/5
Maskbars-1-5-2.png
Jumping 3/5
Maskbars-2-5-3.png
Loyalty 5/5
Spirit 4/5
Maskbars-5-5-5.png
Statistics
Grab Damage 160 (unmasked), 180 (red), 150 (blue and yellow)
Walking Speed 105%
Dash Distance 103%
Charge Dash Distance 100%


Max Charge Time 2.1 seconds
Standard ARMS
Biff.jpg
"From the remote region of Misanga, named for its eponymous deity, it's…Misango! His fighting style—enhanced by the spiritual woven entity at his side—has been passed down from generation to generation. According to a vague prophecy, Misango must enter the Grand Prix to prove that the Misangan fighting style is the greatest in the world!"
—Biff

Misango is a playable fighter in ARMS released in the Version 4.0.0 update. He was released with three ARMS that all use the Poison attribute, which was also released in the update.

Appearance[edit]

Misango's design appears to take heavy influence from Mayan culture. He wears a golden headband and a blue shirt and shorts, the shirt being adorned with a golden medal that depicts Misango's logo. Misango's ARMS appear to be made from some type of woven fabric (likely his namesake, miçanga bracelets).

Backstory[edit]

"Misango is a skilled fighter who is fiercely devoted to his homeland, and the power of the Misanga. During a fight, he channels that power with the help of the little woven sprite that hovers at his side. His reasons for competing in the Grand Prix are simple—to prove that the Misangan fighting technique is superior to all others...and to win!"
Official description


Abilities[edit]

The main draw of Misango is his spirit companion; if Misango charges up for long enough or guards long enough that the spirit drops in front of him and Misango walks into the resulting pillar of light, the spirit will fuse with him, powering Misango up with one of three different types of masks. The mask attribute that Misango can gain depends upon the color of the spirit when the charge or guard is complete.

Red makes Misango resistant to punches (like Master Mummy's super armor), increases ARM girth and general size, increases grab damage to 180, but decreases speed on the ground and in the air as well as overall jump performance. Blue increases Misango's mobility both in the air and on the ground, but decreases ARM girth and grab damage to 150. Yellow fills the Rush Gauge at a faster rate, and blocks punches automatically when activating a Rush, but decreases movement speed and decreases grab damage to 150.

The spirit also provides a shield from attacks if Misango guards for long enough. Misango can change/remove the current mask he wears if he charges fully again, guards for long enough that the spirit becomes a shield in front of him, or gets knocked down.

Version history[edit]

Version history
4.0.0 Added to game.
4.1.0 Can now move sooner after putting on a mask.
5.0.1 Increased movement speed when jumping.

Increased arm size.

5.2.0 Rush gauge now fills at a rate equal to other fighters during normal times.

Increased rush charge rate while wearing red and blue masks.

5.3.0 Rush gauge now fills at a rate equal to other fighters while wearing the red and blue masks.


Related Badges[edit]

Main article: Badge Stash
Description Reward Design Unlock Criteria
You've pounded your enemies
50 times as Misango.
That's the spirit!
Token.svg60 Badge-Fixed-LogoMisango.png Play as Misango 50 times.
Misango's been right there
with you for 500 rounds.
You've got quite the bond!
Token.svg200 Badge-Fixed-LogoMisango-Shiny.png Play as Misango 500 times.
Misango's lost 100 rounds
against you. I bet he could
use a friend right now.
Token.svg100 Badge-Fixed-InverseLogoMisango.png Defeat Misango 100 times.
Misango's lost 250 rounds
against you! The Misanga is calling
you to the Temple Grounds...
Token.svg200 Badge-Fixed-InverseLogoMisango-Shiny.png Defeat Misango 250 times.
You reached level 5
in the 4th Party Crash! Choosing
Misango really paid off.
Token.svg30 Badge-PartyCrash-Misango.png Choose Misango in the fourth Party Crash event and reach level 5 (no longer obtainable), or get it randomly from the random badges (levels 15-30) obtainable in future Party Crashes.
You made it to level 10
in the 4th Party Crash?
Misango would be so proud.
Token.svg30 Badge-PartyCrash-Misango-Shiny.png Choose Misango in the fourth Party Crash event and reach level 10 (no longer obtainable), or get it randomly from the random badges (levels 15-30) obtainable in future Party Crashes.
You reached level 5
in the 16th Party Crash!
Nice work, Misango!
Token.svg30 Badge-PartyCrash-MisangoSketchLose.png Choose Misango in the sixteenth Party Crash event and reach level 5 (no longer obtainable), or get it randomly from the random badges (levels 15-30) obtainable in future Party Crashes.
You reached level 10
in the 16th Party Crash!
Way to be, Misango!
Token.svg30 Badge-PartyCrash-MisangoSketchWin.png Choose Misango in the sixteenth Party Crash event and reach level 10 (no longer obtainable), or get it randomly from the random badges (levels 15-30) obtainable in future Party Crashes.
You've fought in 10 rounds of
Ninjara vs. Misango!
Token.svg60 Badge-Fixed-MatchupNinjaraVsMisango.png Participate in 1-on-1 matches between Ninjara and Misango adding up to a total of ten or more rounds.
You've fought in 10 rounds of
Misango vs. Min Min!
Token.svg60 Badge-Fixed-MatchupMisangoVsMinMin.png Participate in 1-on-1 matches between Misango and Min Min adding up to a total of ten or more rounds.
You won a battle as Misango using the
Guardian. This artifact from the Temple
Grounds shows off his homefield spirit!
Token.svg30 Badge-Fixed-GlyphMisango.png Defeat an opponent using Misango equipped with the Guardian on at least one ARM.

Quotes[edit]

Gallery[edit]

Costumes[edit]

Misango
Misango's Costumes
Default Left Right Down
MisangoDefault.jpg
Icon-Misango.png
Blue
MisangoPurple.jpg
Icon-Misango-purple.png
Purple
MisangoSilver.jpg
Icon-Misango-silver.png
Silver
MisangoGreen.jpg
Icon-Misango-green.png
Green

To select a costume, click and hold Lstickclick.svg, then hold Lstick.svg in the direction of the desired costume while confirming with A.svg.

In-Game Screenshots[edit]

Promotional Art[edit]

Grand Prix Ending[edit]


Trivia[edit]

  • Misango is the first character whose default ARMS all have the same attribute, and the only character whose default ARMS all have the Poison attribute.
  • Misango is a pun on miçanga, a type of bracelet that represents good luck and friendship. This is fitting because making bracelets is stated as one of Misango's hobbies, and Misango's extendable ARMS look like miçangas.
  • Misango is one of the fighters whose two victory animations reflect the state he is in when the battle is over, namely whether he is wearing a mask or not (the other being Min Min with her dragon ARM).
  • Misango's spirit companion has no official name.

Names in other languages[edit]

Misango

Language Name Meaning
 Japanese ミサンゴ
Misango
Misango
 Chinese 神灵勇士
Shénlíng Yǒngshì
Spiritual Warrior
 Dutch Misango Misango
 French Misango Misango
 German Misango Misango
 Italian Misango Misango
 Russian Мисанго
Misango
Misango
 Spanish Misango Misango

The Spirited Fighter

Language Name Meaning
 Japanese 仮面の精霊格闘家
Kamen no Seirei Kakutō-ka
Masked Spiritual Fighter
 Chinese 面具精灵格斗家
Miànjù jīnglíng gédòu jiā
Masked Spiritual Fighter
 French Le guerrier spirituel The spiritual warrior
 German Der Freigeist The Free-Spirit

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