Lucía is a Mii from the Switch.

You may get them confused with Lucía (Wii)!

Lucía (Switch) originally appeared as an easter egg to replace the Sportsmate CPU with a Mii CPU in version 1.2.0 of Nintendo Switch Sports. Her Mii data file can be found in \Mii\MiiCharInfo005.dat.

Her Mii name in her Mii data file is ルシーア ("Lucía"). Her Mii ID is as follows: 5B BA 6F 26 19 94 4C 68 98 65 99 2B 33 F8 12 29

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

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Yoshi (Wii)'s image icon in the September 2020 Nintendo leak. Note her favorite color is lime green.
Lucía (Wii) as seen in Wii Music's E3 2008 trailer. Note that due to bitrate issues, this frame is the clearest image possible of this version of Lucía.

While the names of the CPU Miis from Wii Sports Resort were also given to the CPU Sportsmates characters in Nintendo Switch Sports, version 1.2.0 of the game added 10 CPU Miis as an easter egg, activated by holding down L + ZL when on the CPU configuration screen. Lucía is one of the CPUs to have gotten a Mii version, however her Mii has been altered since her appearance on the Wii. On the left is a comparison between her Wii appearance and her Switch appearance.

In order for Lucía (Switch) to appear in Nintendo Switch Sports v1.2.0, one must begin a game of volleyball, and on the CPU configuration screen (where the player selects the difficulty of the CPU), hold down L + ZL on the left Joy-Con controller. If done successfully, a noise will play, and when the player begins the game, the Sportsmate CPU will be replaced with a Mii CPU using this Mii. The Mii CPU has the in-game title "Legend". As volleyball is done with two players on each team, Lucía is paired with Yoshi (Switch). This pairing was likely done as a reference to a small piece of information revealed in the description of one of the table tennis stamps in the PAL version of the game (with "the current champion" referring to Lucía (Wii)):

Defeat the Champion

Beat the table tennis champion

in a match.

The current champion quickly

surpassed her teacher Yoshi,

and has since gone undefeated.

Yoshi (Wii)'s image icon in the September 2020 Nintendo leak showed her with a lime green favorite color instead of her final version's forest green. Yoshi (Switch) has a lime green favorite color instead of forest green. Additionally, Lucía (Switch) resembles an earlier version of Lucía (Wii) with a different face shape and hair color closer than she resembles the final version of Lucía (Wii). This leads to the very likely possibility that the Nintendo Switch Sports development team did not have access to a tool to convert Wii Mii data files to Switch Mii data files, and thus, had to recreate the Miis by viewing an outdated CPU Mii document, even earlier than the one seen in the September 2020 leak (as Lucía (Wii) in the September 2020 leak's document had no differences to her final design) to recreate the Miis manually.

Image appearances

Lucía (Switch) unfortunately does not appear in any promo art.

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This Mii originally appeared on the Switch!

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Names in other languages

USA English: Lucía
USA French:
USA Spanish:
USA Portuguese: Lucía
PAL English:
PAL French:
PAL German:
PAL Italian:
PAL Spanish:
PAL Dutch:
PAL Russian:
JPN Japanese:
ルシーア (same as in Mii data file)
KOR Korean:
CHN Chinese:
TWN Taiwanese:

Source: Nintendo Switch Sports (v.1.2.0)

Note that fans may stylize her name as simply Lucia.

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 Lucía (Switch)'s Mii Studio code:


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