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  • Sarah taking the name 'Miss Fortune' for bounty hunting references the old sailor myth that women on ships brought... misfortune.
    • Her given name Sarah שרה means "Lady, Princess" in Hebrew, from proto-Semitic arrat < root ɬ-r-r "to rule"[1].
  • Miss Fortune's first shipmate is called Rafen.
  • Miss Fortune is based on many real-life female pirates, especially Anne Bonny & Mary Read.
  • Miss Fortune's background resembles Inigo Montoya's from The Princess Bride.
  • Impure Shots 'Shock' and 'Awe' were forged by her mother for GangplankSquare Gangplank, who later killed Sarah's family and destroyed the pistols.
    • Sarah later rebuilt them, became 'Miss Fortune', and finally avenged her family years later (but GangplankSquare Gangplank didn't truly die)


  • "Fortune doesn't favor fools!" references "Fortuna favet fortibus" (Latin: 'fortune favors the bold')
  • "I always shoot first", "Don't get cocky", "I've got a good feeling about this", and "Watch your mouth kid, or you'll find yourself respawning at home!" reference Han Solo from Star Wars.
  • In French localization her taunt references The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.
  • In Brazilian localization Miss Fortune says "Continue a andar" ("Keep walking") referencing Dory from Finding Nemo (both are voiced by Maíra Góes)


Miss FortuneSquare Classic Miss Fortune [S|L]
Miss FortuneSquare Waterloo Miss Fortune [S|L]
Miss FortuneSquare Mafia Miss Fortune [S|L]
Miss FortuneSquare Secret Agent Miss Fortune [S|L]
Miss FortuneSquare Candy Cane Miss Fortune [S|L]
  • She is leaning on a VolibearSquare Volibear plush.
  • There are multiple PoroSquare Poro related objects in the splash art.
    • The wrapping on the present to the left contains poros.
    • A poro can be seen on the christmas tree above Miss Fortune.
    • A poro can be seen licking a stamp with BraumSquare Braum's mustache.
Miss FortuneSquare Cowgirl Miss Fortune [S|L]
Miss FortuneSquare Road Warrior Miss Fortune [S|L]
Miss FortuneSquare Arcade Miss Fortune [S|L]
Miss FortuneSquare Captain Fortune [S|L]
Miss FortuneSquare Pool Party Miss Fortune [S|L]
Miss FortuneSquare Star Guardian Miss Fortune [S|L]
Miss FortuneSquare Gun Goddess Miss Fortune [S|L]
  • During the game, you’ll have four different exosuits to choose from—Scarlet Fair, Zero Hour, Starswarm, and Royal Arms. Whenever you’re at your fountain, a UI will pop up and you’ll have the option to switch exosuits to fit whatever mood you’re in.
    • Scarlet Fair (Base): Built by MF from her father’s blueprints, this highly-modified suit can fire a rotating barrage of bullets, antimatter tank shells, missiles, and antipersonnel flak discharges.
    • Zero Hour: A gravity-resistant exosuit and so-called ‘black hole gun.’ Fires spheres of super-condensed dark matter.
    • Starswarm: A banned exosuit that utilizes creatures born from exploding suns to melt MF’s enemies.
    • Royal Arms: Capable of wiping out an entire fleet with its rapid-fire antimatter warheads, only a few of these suits were ever produced due to their immense destructive power.
  • She shares this theme with Kai&#039;SaSquare Bullet Angel Kai'Sa [S|L].


  • Miss Fortune hired Twisted FateSquare Twisted Fate to rob GangplankSquare Gangplank's warehouse while also tipping off GravesSquare Graves about it.
    • Both men acted as a massive distraction so that she could make final preparations to land the killing blow on GangplankSquare Gangplank.
  • Between Burning Tides and Shadow and Fortune, Miss Fortune is purging Bilgewater of all those loyal to GangplankSquare Gangplank after the power vacuum his 'death' caused (she is sure she can make Bilgewater prosper if the people are united under her banner)
    • At one point before GangplankSquare Gangplank's 'death', him and Miss Fortune struck an uneasy truce in order to fight off the Harrowing, right on the shores of the Serpent Isles, in 'The Battle of Knife Straits'.
      • They were successful (despite heavy casualties and their combined fleet scattering), while farther south NautilusSquare Nautilus managed to fight off the rest of the undead.


  1. The Semitic Languages. Ed. Weninger. p. 93, 155, 492