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1. Posted: Tue 12th Aug 2014 21:09 BST
seriously logged on to wii u my mii has gone awol & now i have some bloody owen instead
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2. Posted: Tue 12th Aug 2014 22:07 BST
how is this possible as you cant edit the mii unless you go into the id network
3. Posted: Tue 12th Aug 2014 23:00 BST
What's a club nin mii?
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4. Posted: Tue 12th Aug 2014 23:16 BST
You mean your Wii U's Mii?
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5. Posted: Tue 12th Aug 2014 23:19 BST
yep my wii u mii when you first log on & select which one. It had been completely changed name D.O.B etc etc.
6. Posted: Tue 12th Aug 2014 23:22 BST
ok what's the name in your mii and how does it look?
maybe, just maybe since it's theory I made up just now, your mii could have something Nintendo found offensive and swapped for a basic generic one.
once again I might be wrong since I'm just saying a possible explanation that crossed my mind.
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7. Posted: Tue 12th Aug 2014 23:30 BST
my MII name was Andrei but the swapped one was called (owen & had new date of birth)
If they found my name offensive then I would be deeply offended as I am orthodox christian & was named after Saint Andrei.
Edited on Tue 12th August, 2014 @ 23:32 by Anguspuss
8. Posted: Tue 12th Aug 2014 23:56 BST
like I've said I have no idea what happened but I'd rather have Nintendo's heavy(and sometimes weird) rules to blame instead of thinking in the possibility of hackers......
maybe a friend/relative of yours messed up to troll you.
oh but if this works like in Pokémon XY some perfectly normal names are banned because part of them are cursings in one(or more) of the supported languages.
Edited on Tue 12th August, 2014 @ 23:57 by GuSolarFlare
9. Posted: Wed 13th Aug 2014 00:05 BST
the only one that uses it apart from me is my wife how only uses wii fit. My 15 month old little girl is quite intelligent but not that far yet
10. Posted: Wed 13th Aug 2014 12:34 BST
Now i got sent this email from nintendo
This email has been automatically sent from Nintendo following your request for a temporary password for your Nintendo Network ID.
A temporary password has been issued to allow you to keep using your Nintendo Network ID.
The temporary password is:
This temporary password will expire 24 hours from the time this email was sent.
If it is used within 24 hours, you can continue to use it as your password. However, due to security concerns with regard to your ID, we recommend changing the password.
You can change the password either in the User Settings menu accessible from the Wii U user-selection screen, or by accessing Nintendo Network ID Settings in the Nintendo 3DS System Settings.
If the 24-hour period has expired, please repeat the procedure to have a new temporary password issued.
Thank you for using Nintendo Network.
NOTE: Please do not reply to this email address.
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11. Posted: Wed 13th Aug 2014 19:21 BST
Why did you make two threads about this?
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12. Posted: Wed 13th Aug 2014 19:52 BST
Check your other device attached by the same NNID, a.k.a the Nintendo 3DS.
Changes on that 3DS also affect the NNID on Wii U
Please don't say that graphic in games are not important. It hurts me as a game graphic artist.
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