|Height||5' 6" (169 cm)|
|Hobbies||Singing, meeting fans|
|Voice Actress||Momoka Kawasaki|
|Charge Dash Distance||100%|
|Max Charge Time||1.6 seconds|
Ribbon Girl is a playable fighter in ARMS. She is a well-renowned pop singer, despite her young age.
Appearance[edit | edit source]
Ribbon Girl appears mostly human except for her spiraled irises and her ribbon-like hair and ARMS. She has blue eyes with blue eyelashes, and blonde hair with green highlights tied up in a high ponytail. Despite her normal hairstyle, with her hair up, only showing one ribbon in her hair, official art of her with her hair down confirms her hair is made of of multiple ribbons. She wears a pink bow in her hair, a pink mask, blue earrings, and pink and red clothes that resemble a cheerleader's uniform along with black shorts and red sneaker heels. Other outfits she wears includes a long-sleeved white shirt with a high collar and a long red-brown skirt with a silver belt buckle, a feminine outfit modeled after Santa's, and dark grey pajamas consisting of a short grey dress, and she is also seen with her hair down.
Backstory[edit | edit source]
"Hailing from Ribbonics Records, it's ‘the airess’! She can jump over and over without touching the ground, like she's dancing on air! If she wins the Grand Prix, she's promised her fans a championship concert in the ring!" —Official description
Ribbon Girl is both a famous ARMS fighter and a famous pop star who belongs to Ribbonics Records, and likes singing for her fans.
Abilities[edit | edit source]
Ribbon Girl's unique mechanics revolve around movement in midair, encouraging a playstyle focused on jumping. She is able to perform up to 4 mid-air jumps, air-dash twice, and fast-fall to the ground. She is able to perform her multiple jumps and air-dashes in any mixed order.
Playstyle[edit | edit source]
Ribbon Girl's style is very versatile. Her superior air ability can be used for extreme offense or extreme defense. She can use her many jumps to evade incoming punches with relative ease, or she can use them to get in her opponent's face and confuse them, leaving them wondering what she will do next.
Depending on the chosen stage, Ribbon Girl can take advantage of differences in height within a stage better than almost any other character, almost ignoring them completely. Her low Girth stat means that one has to have great precision when aiming punches, but her quickness and agility allows her to dance circles around her opponent. Consequently, she favours faster, smaller ARMS over larger, more cumbersome tools. Her game consists mostly of moving and evading as much as possible, finding small holes in her opponents defense and punishing relentlessly, chipping away at their health bit by bit.
ARM Recommendations[edit | edit source]
ARMS with fast extension times and large reliable boxes work well with Ribbon Girl allowing her to get in free hits, once the opponents miss their own punches trying to catch her. These are some good choices
Version history[edit | edit source]
|1.0.0||Added to game.|
|2.0.0||Fixed issue where in some instances Ribbon Girl could remain airborne for an overlong period of time while continually attacking.|
|4.0.0||▲She’s been working on her air game. Air dash movement speed increased.
▼She’s become more comfortable in the air. Ground dash movement speed decreased.
|5.3.0||▲ Freshening up lightens your heart and your feet. Ah, Spring! Increased air dash movement speed.|
▼ But it feels like her feet don't quite touch the ground properly... Decreased dash movement speed.
Related Badges[edit | edit source]
- Main article: Achievements
|Talk about a superfan!
You've performed as Ribbon Girl
for 50 rounds.
|60||Play as Ribbon Girl 50 times.|
|The music clearly moves you.
You've racked up 500 rounds
as Ribbon Girl!
|200||Play as Ribbon Girl 500 times.|
|Ribbon Girl must be tying herself
up in knots...'cause you've beat
her 100 times!
|100||Defeat Ribbon Girl 100 times.|
|Ribbon Girl's lost 250 rounds
against you. What a performance!
|200||Defeat Ribbon Girl 250 times.|
|You reached level 5
in the 1st Party Crash! Choosing
Ribbon Girl really paid off.
|30||Choose Ribbon Girl in the first 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 1st Party Crash?
Ribbon Girl would be so proud.
|30||Choose Ribbon Girl in the first 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 11th Party Crash!
Nice work, Ribbon Girl!
|30||Choose Ribbon Girl in the eleventh 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 11th Party Crash!
Way to be, Ribbon Girl!
|30||Choose Ribbon Girl in the eleventh 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
Ribbon Girl vs. Twintelle!
|60||Participate in 1-on-1 matches between Ribbon Girl and Twintelle adding up to a total of ten or more rounds.|
|You've fought in 10 rounds of
Mechanica vs. Ribbon Girl!
|60||Participate in 1-on-1 matches between Mechanica and Ribbon Girl adding up to a total of ten or more rounds.|
|You won a battle as Ribbon Girl
using the Parasol. How fanciful!
|30||Defeat an opponent using Ribbon Girl equipped with the Parasol on at least one ARM.|
|You've fought 10 matches using each Ribbon Girl color!||60||Play 10 matches for each Ribbon Girl's 4 color palettes.|
|You reenacted the Ver. 1 title screen illustration. Hero vs. heroine!||30||Participate in a fight between Ribbon Girl wielding|
double Sparkys and Spring Man wielding double
Toasters in the Spring Stadium.
|You reenacted the Ver. 3 title screen illustration. Agility vs. grace!||30||Participate in a fight between Ribbon Girl wielding|
double Sparkys and Lola Pop wielding double
Appearances in other media[edit | edit source]
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit | edit source]
Ribbon Girl appears in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate as a costume worn by Mii Fighters, specifically the Mii Brawler, complete with her signature Sparky ARMS. She also appears as a Spirit that can be either summoned by using the spirit cores of the Elite Beat Divas and ChuChu or obtained by winning her Spirit Battle in Min Min's DLC Spirits board.
Ribbon Girl also cameos in Min Min's reveal trailer as well as her Final Smash, ARMS Rush, attacking players alongside other characters from ARMS. She also appears on an electronic billboard in the background of Spring Stadium.
Quotes[edit | edit source]
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Costumes[edit | edit source]
Pink and Black
Orange and Green
Cyan and Pink
To select a costume, click and hold , then hold in the direction of the desired costume while confirming with . Simply choosing a character without tilting the stick will select the first costume not taken (in the order of up-right-down-left) and if multiple players tilt the stick in the same direction while selecting the same character, they will be the same costume.
Victory Animations[edit | edit source]
In-Game Screenshots[edit | edit source]
Promotional Art[edit | edit source]
A look at Ribbon Girl's brand, Billy.
Grand Prix Ending[edit | edit source]
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Ribbon Girl was one of the first fighters to be revealed, announced alongside the game itself during the Nintendo Switch Presentation on 2017-01-13.
- In the original trailer, Ribbon Girl was known as "The Graceful Fighter" instead of "The Airess".
- It is stated in Springtron's Grand Prix that Ribbon Girl is afraid of lightning. Biff calls to question the fact that one of her favored ARMS is the Electric attribute Sparky.
- It is also stated when Ribbon Girl is going up against Twintelle that the latter is her idol.
Names in other languages[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- Nintendo of America. "Nintendo Switch Presentation 2017", 2017-01-13, retrieved on 2017-05-02.