Guide: How to Make Bowsette and Boosette in SoulCalibur VI’s Character Creator

You asked and we answered: here is how you create internet icons Boosette and Bowsette in SoulCalibur VI's character creation tools.

on October 19, 2018 9:00 AM

If there is one thing I’ve learned from my stint with SoulCalibur VI, it’s that people are really really into the character creation system. And who’s to blame them–you have to love any game that will let you match up Yoko Taro’s 2B from NieR: Automata and Bojack Horseman from the excellent Netflix special. However, a couple of customs being shared have dominated my Twitter for the past few days: Bowsette and Boosette.

In fact — plenty of people have been asking where they can find a guide for the two characters for a SoulCalibur VI build. So we’ve got you covered; check out the fight between Boosette and Bowsette below, and then check out the guide underneath. Let us know what changes you make in the comments:


Boosette in SoulCalibur VI:

SoulCalibur VI 6 Boosette

Weapon / Style:

  • Azwel
  • Imprecation & Exaltation
  • Magic Pack
  • Evil

Obviously this is where you can play around with what you prefer the most, but I’m a big proponent of Anwel if we are making canon Boosette. It naturally speaks to the magical abilities. But go ahead and play around here.

Body:

  • Hidden Valley Clan / Female
  • Short / Thin
    • All body options to -20, with Chest at 20 and Muscle Definition at 1
  • Female Face 2
  • Purity Knit (Loose)
  • Eyebrows 8
  • Serious Type
    • All options set to 0

Taking the Hidden Valley Clan Female build gives the best proportions for a standard human princess, along with her more “busty” proportions. I opted for a shorter character, as I imagine Boosette would tend to be shorter than an average height princess like Peach. In fact, that is shown with how Toadette is a shorter princess as Peachette.

Equipment:

  • Head: None
  • Face: Cyclone Earrings
  • Torso (Inner): None
  • Torso (Middle): Parlor Blouse* or Country Tunic
  • Torso (Outer): None
  • Lower Body: Rocco Skirt
  • Hips: None
  • Neck/Back: Gothic Jewelry
  • Arms: Dancer’s Bracelets
  • Shoulders: None
  • Legwear (Inner): Seong Sarong
  • Legwear (Outer): Stilettos
  • Extras: None

Unfortunately, until Project Soul adds a crown option, that is going to be notoriously missing from the build. However, this is the set of items used to make a more gothic look for Boosette. The one noteworthy point is the Parlor Blouse requires SP, so if you haven’t played much yet, opt for the Country Tunic which is free.

Colors/Patterns/Stickers:

  • Skin Tone: 31, 0, 9
  • Hair Tone: 31, 0, 9
  • Face Paint: Face Paint 2 or None
    • Option 1: Default
    • Option 2: Default
    • Option 3: 8, 53, 9
  • Eye Color:
    • Option 1: 23, 57, 9
    • Option 2: 31, 0, 9
  • All Equipment: 31, 0, 9
  • Face Equipment: 14, 54, 9
  • Torso Middle Layer: Add accents of 14, 54, 9
  • Lower Body Equipment: Keep at 31, 0, 9
  • Neck/Back Equipment: Keep at 31, 0, 9
  • Arm Equipment: Keep at 31, 0, 9
  • Inner Legwear: Keep at 31, 0, 9
  • Outer Legwear: Keep at 31, 0, 9

The trick of this is to alternate between a predominantly white aesthetic, with signature purple accents. Feel free to play around with this, but these are the colors I went in the build above.


Bowsette in SoulCalibur VI:

SoulCalibur VI Bowsette

Original credit for Bowsette belongs to David Poole, Associate Editor at GotGame.

Weapon / Style:

  • Azwel
  • Motion & Stillness
  • Anime Pack
  • Evil

Obviously this is where you can play around with what you prefer the most, but I’m a big proponent of Anwel if we are making canon Boosette. It naturally speaks to the magical abilities — Kamek’s power and whatnot. But go ahead and play around here.

Body:

  • Hidden Valley Clan / Female
  • Slightly Tall / Thin
    • All body options to -20, with Chest at 20 and Muscle Definition at 1
  • Female Face 1
  • Purity Knit
  • Eyebrows 8
  • Cool-Headed Captain
    • All options set to 0

There are definitely a few notable differences from the Boosette build above, mostly a more anguler face and some additional height to account for her being Bowser. On top of that, a more traditional hairstyle is what tends to be shown on the internet, and Cool-Headed Captain tends to give the authoritatian, Queen-like sound.

Equipment:

  • Head: None
  • Face: None
  • Torso (Inner): Cyclone Bikini
  • Torso (Middle): None
  • Torso (Outer): None
  • Lower Body: Rococo Skirt
  • Hips: None
  • Neck/Back: Condemned Necklace
  • Arms: Snake Bracelets
  • Shoulders: Viking Shoulders
  • Legwear (Inner): Seong Sarong
  • Legwear (Outer): Stilettos
  • Extra 1: Long Horns
    • Location: Head
    • Right/Left: 0
    • Up/Down: 0
    • Forward/Backward: -2
    • Width: 22
    • Length: 0
    • Thickness: 0
    • Rotate Vert.: 0
    • Rotate Horz.: 0
    • Angle: -18
  • Extra 2: Turtle Shell
    • Location: Chest
    • Right/Left: 0
    • Up/Down: 0
    • Forward/Backward: 4
    • Width: -29
    • Length: -33
    • Thickness: -50
    • Rotate Vert.: -6
    • Rotate Horz.: 0
    • Angle: 0
  • Extra 3: Allegiance Mandible
    • Location: Hips
    • Right/Left: 0
    • Up/Down: -11
    • Forward/Backward: -19
    • Width: 50
    • Length: 50
    • Thickness: 50
    • Rotate Vert.: -56
    • Rotate Horz.: 180
    • Angle: 0

Unfortunately, until Project Soul adds a crown option, that is going to be notoriously missing from the build. However, there are a ton of differences between Boosette. Bowsette is a little less modestly dress, and comes included with some accessories to really drive home the Koopa look.

Colors/Patterns/Stickers:

  • Skin Tone: Default, 29, 7, 4
  • Skin Equipment: Default
  • Hair Tone All: N/A
  • Hair Color:
    • Option 1: 21, 9, 4
    • Option 2: 0, 0, 4
  • Eyebrow Color: 1, 7, 4
  • Face Paint: None
  • Eye Color:
    • Option 1: 19, 34, 4
    • Option 2: 31, 0, 9
  • All Equipment: 0, 0, 4
  • Torso Inner Layer: Keep at 0, 0, 4
  • Lower Body Equipment:
    • Option 1: 5, 0, 4
    • Option 2: Keep at 31, 0, 9
    • Option 3: 5, 0, 4
  • Neck/Back Equipment:
    • Option 1: Keep at 31, 0, 9
    • Option 2: 31, 0, 4
  • Arm Equipment:
    • Option 1: 5, 0, 4
    • Option 2: Keep at 31, 0, 9
    • Option 3: 31, 0, 4
    • Option 4: Keep at 31, 0, 9
  • Shoulder Equipment:
    • Option 1: Keep at 31, 0, 9
    • Option 2: 31, 0, 4
    • Option 3: 31, 0, 4
  • Inner Legwear: Keep at 31, 0, 9
  • Outer Legwear:
    • Option 1: Keep at 31, 0, 9
    • Option 2: 5, 0, 4
  • Extra 1:  31, 0, 4
  • Extra 2:
    • Option 1: 15, 19, 4
    • Option 2: 31, 0, 4
  • Extra 3: 17, 10, 4

A little more in-depth compared to Boosette, make sure you get all the accessories right to create the full “Bowsette” experience.


SoulCalibur VI is available today on PC, PS4, and Xbox One; if you haven’t caught our review where we awarded the game a 9.5 out of 10, make sure to check it out. And anyone looking to pick up SoulCalibur VI (including the Collector and Deluxe edition) can still do so on Amazon.


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