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Artwork of 13-Amp for WarioWare: Move It!
13-Amp's appearance in WarioWare: Move It!
Species Human
First appearance WarioWare Gold (2018)
Latest appearance WarioWare: Move It! (2023)
Latest portrayal Cristina Vee[1]
“You wanna take that gamble, then hey, let's go. Enough preamble. Time for the show.”
13-Amp, WarioWare Gold

13-Amp is a character in the WarioWare series who first appears in WarioWare Gold. She is a self-proclaimed "rapping phenomenon" and serves as the antagonist during 18-Volt's segment in WarioWare Gold's story mode, but she is friends with him in later games. 13-Amp wears a white shirt with dark blue sleeves that match the color of her pants. She wears pink shoes, a wristband, and a cap marked with the number 13. She has emerald eyes, puckered lips, and long silver hair. 13-Amp herself is indicated by her WarioWare Gold character cards to be the "best rapper in her high school", placing her in her teen years.


WarioWare Gold[edit]

13-Amp makes three appearances throughout WarioWare Gold: the first is in 18-Volt's segment, the second is in the Ultra League's Dancing Team, and the third is in the credits. In 18-Volt's segment, she first appears when she takes Ralphie's Nintendo 3DS and games on Emerald Street. She is then challenged to a rap battle by 18-Volt for Ralphie's games back, on the conditions that if she loses, she has to return the games, but that if she wins, she gets to keep 18-Volt's games. Eventually, 13-Amp loses to 18-Volt, and the two depart, stating that they will have a rematch sometime and with 13-Amp being shocked that she was beaten by someone attending elementary school. She later appears in the Ultra League as a DJ for Club Joe, and finally with 18-Volt in the credits, where she is holding a Nintendo 3DS.

It is also revealed, through one of the phone messages, that she had only recently moved to Diamond City and has trouble making friends. Her mother claims that people think of her as the "quiet, bookish type".

WarioWare: Get It Together![edit]

13-Amp reappears in WarioWare: Get It Together! as a minor character. She is first seen during the intro for Nintendo Classics, where she can be seen with 18-Volt and 9-Volt as 9-Volt gets home from school. She can also be seen together with 18-Volt in several of the images in his gallery. This suggests they have become friends since their initial confrontation.

WarioWare: Move It![edit]

13-Amp reappears in WarioWare: Move It! accompanying Wario and his employees on their vacation to Caresaway Island.

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WarioWare Gold character cards[edit]

  • Rank C13-Amp is the best rapper in her high school. Her parents might not approve of it, so she keeps this a secret.
  • Rank BA rap she's working on: I'm not like the wind–no easy flow. I'm a tornado. Duck and cover, yo!
  • Rank AA rap she's working on: Got my cap and I'm ready to rap. Ain't gonna stop until it's a...wrap?


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese サーティーンアンプ
Sātīn Anpu
Thirteen Amp
Chinese 十三安培
Thirteen Amp
Dutch 13-Amp -
French 13-Amp -
German 13-Amp -
Italian 13-Amp -
Korean 서틴앰프
Thirteen Amp
Portuguese 13-Amp -
Russian 13-Вольт
13 Volt
Spanish 13-Amp -