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Bruce and Mickey are Spirit characters in Spiritfarer.

Bruce (the humming bird) does all the talking throughout the Journey. He speaks in a more tough manner, and will reminisce about their previous lavish life which eventually leads into them requesting a mansion (Bruce and Mickey's Crib) to be built.


Bruce and Mickey aid Stella with the Pulsar Rays Event, where Pulsar Ore can be collected.

After Bruce and Mickey leave through the Everdoor, the Pulsar Rays Event can be started by interacting with the door of Bruce and Mickey's Crib.


Bruce and Mickey are two very odd patients most likely from just outside of Boston that Stella encounters during her senior year as an end-of-life care nurse. Mickey, an imposing and intimidating behemoth of a man, ends up in a coma after his drunk-driving leads to a car accident. His brother Bruce never leaves his side, accompanying him in the most extreme, dangerous, and illegal activities. The two of them are inseparable and, at Mickey’s arrival in Stella’s care, become a staple of the ward for many months.

Bruce always talks “on behalf” of his brother, in denial that Mickey simply is not there anymore. Incapable of coming to terms with the fact that his brother, while technically alive, is not coming back, Bruce makes outlandish requests and angry comments while aboard the ship, showing his pain.[1]



  • Enjoyed listening to Atul's flute. (+3)
  • Has a nice house. (+2)
  • Has eaten his favorite meal. (+2)




  • Favorite dish: "Okay, okay. A little bit of Garlic Bread. Let me get reacquainted with my favorite food. Don't mind if I do."
  • Likes: "Now we're talking! That's some good chow, Scout! Pub food is the best when you get the munchies. Mickey here is psyched.
  • Neutral:
  • Dislikes:
    • "Hey, so let me tell you something. This shit is just too simple! One damn ingredient? Who do you think we are? Dumb peasants? Goddamn low-lives? My brother here has standards! We won't accept this crap."
    • "What? What do you think you're doing, Kid? My brother here is allergic to this Crayfish junk! Never give us that crap again!"
  • Inedible:
  • Not hungry: "I'm good. You keep it."
  • Hungry: "I don't beg for food. Just keep that in mind."
  • Starving:
    • "What are you doing all day? This operation needs a dedicated cook."
    • "What's this I hear about a kitchen on board?"



  • Hugging: "Alright, alright. Don't tell anyone."
  • Second hug:
    • "The big guy is good."
    • "Don't you have better things to do?
    • "No."

Quest Reminders[]

  • "Mickey wants decorations for our new place. This will cost you big money."

At the Everdoor[]

Potential spoilers ahead!
  • On the boat: "Alright, Scout. We need to talk. I've been... You know how I've been. Wanna go somewhere?" (player says yes) "Alright." ... "I almost forgot. Listen. Let's just get on. I can't do this job without my brother. Let's just get on and talk it through."
  • Stella rowing towards the Everdoor: "I didn't plan this life for me and my brother. They used to call me the Talker. I could talk your ear off. I would never shut up. However, right now... I don't want to talk. I should just be like my brother and take a moment. Pause and listen." ... "Yeah. And think for a change. Fat chance. At my age, nothing is impossible. Nobody changes. Anybody that tells you otherwise is lying. Or trying to sell you something. The only thing I'd rather be is true to myself. That might make me an asshole in the end. That might make me a loyal brother to this man here. None of this shit matters. None of it." ... "Do you know why we're here? It's because I have a small imagination. I can't see beyond my back streets, my town, my friends, my family. More importantly, I can't see a life beyond my brother. If he goes, I go. ... Funny thing is... He went a long time ago. I just didn't want to admit it to myself. I was holding on to something from the past. My reputation. My house. My car. Whatever it was. It was nice while it lasted. It just doesn't change anything. Any way you slice it, we're still Maria's kids from South Broad. Nothing's ever gonna change. Not even in the end. "
  • Just before the Everdoor: "Alright, Mickey. Deep breaths."
  • At the Everdoor: "Let's go see what everyone has been raving about. I'll send you a postcard, Kid."


  • To Stella, Bruce and Mickey represent the strength of the fraternal bond, as well as how demanding and difficult patients can sometimes be.[1]

Game Notes[]

  • Bruce and Mickey unfortunately have a negative effect on other passengers due to bullying
    • If Giovanni is still within the boat, it may be further detrimental to Beverly since she is the only passenger to be affected by the effects. (assuming Stella has already released Alice, Gwen and Summer)
    • A workaround here is to refuse to feed them and the bullying will gradually go away.
    • However take note on the ff:
      • Their mood can be boosted up sometimes if they hear Atul or Gustav play their instruments
      • Improving their house will put them in a permanent mood boost and will be mandatory to advance their quests


  1. 1.0 1.1 Spiritfarer - The Artbook
Protagonists StellaDaffodil
Spirits GwenAtulSummerAliceAstridGiovanniGustavBruce & MickeyBeverlyStanleyBuckElenaJackieDariaLily
Other AlbertAlexCharonFrancisHadesIrinaMashaOlgaSusanTheodore