Rascal is a Mii from the Switch.

Rascal originally appeared as the default Mii for the Greenhorne town's Sassy Child role in Miitopia (Switch, Demo). He later appeared in the full game of Miitopia (Switch). Once the player replaces him with a Mii of their choice, Rascal would never appear again, unless that Mii is deleted. His Mii data file can be found in \cmn\storedata\npc_default_mii.sarc and is named Town00_Child.charinfo.

His Mii name in his Mii data file is やんちゃk, which translates to "mischievous k" (or other similar adjectives). His height is set to 14. His Mii ID is as follows: BB EF A0 04 86 3C 49 90 AE A3 9F E4 68 C3 96 CA

His Mii data file does not contain any unused Mii data.

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Rascal's role in Miitopia (the Sassy Child) is described as so:

A sassy child who's oblivious to

those around him. Typical brat.

The names of the default Miis in Miitopia Switch often vary drastically depending on region. Rascal's name on the Mii Library is going off of the US English version, for consistency. A chart containing all of Rascal's names is located at the bottom of this page.

Image appearances

Rascal unfortunately does not appear in any promo art. Below is a screenshot of him in-game as his role in Miitopia.

The Sassy Child, Rascal.

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This Mii originally appeared on the Switch!

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Names in other languages

US English: Rascal (pun on the noun "rascal" - to be mischievous)
US French: Napan
US Spanish: Crispín
EU English: Denny
EU Dutch: Puck
EU French: Napan
EU German: Görcan
EU Italian: Tommaso
EU Spanish: Crispín
JP Japanese: ヤンヤン (Translates to "Yanyan", pun on the word "yancha", meaning naughty)
KR Korean: Rascal
CN Chinese: Rascal
TW Chinese: Rascal

Source: Miitopia (Switch, Demo)

Mii Studio code

Unfortunately, as the Switch no longer supports QR codes, the only way to obtain this Mii yourself directly is via importing them into your Mii Studio with this tool.

This is Rascal's Mii Studio code:


You can download Rascal's charinfo-format Mii data file here.