Smasher Who Forgot to Change Controls Expects Other Players to Forgive Him Just Like That

  In a shameless attempt to persuade competitors to excuse his incompetent mistake, local Smash Bros. player Devin "EJ" Caffarel, who forgot to change his controls before starting a tournament match the previous weekend against Matt "Absoltastic" Brandl, apparently expected his fellow Smashers to forgive him just like that, shocked sources confirmed. “He thinks he can carelessly start a match without … Continue reading Smasher Who Forgot to Change Controls Expects Other Players to Forgive Him Just Like That

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Local Smasher Unaware of Actually Winning Recent Tournament

Insisting that he had only just finished his first set, North Louisiana Smasher Christian “Axis” Thibodeaux was reportedly unaware of winning the recent ULM Smash Bros. tournament the past Friday evening. "I'm just really excited to see who I'm playing next in bracket", said Thibodeaux, who explained that he was still a bit exhausted from a … Continue reading Local Smasher Unaware of Actually Winning Recent Tournament

Smasher Tells Friend to DI in, Wants to Try Something

Midway through a training session with his sparring partner Ron "Sketchy" Holmes, local Smasher Jose "Nickels" Soto asked his friend to hold DI inwards while he tries something real quick. "Just DI in, okay Ron? I want to try a little something here," Nickels explained as he picked Captain Falcon on the character selection screen. Nickels … Continue reading Smasher Tells Friend to DI in, Wants to Try Something

Local TO Reminds Players It May Take A Few Tourneys to Memorize Everyone’s Triggers

Saying he would try his best to learn them all by heart, North Louisiana Smash Bros. tournament organizer Paul "10 Piece" McGee took a moment at the past Saturday's weekly tournament to remind the regular players it will take him a few tourneys to memorize everyone’s triggers. “We're still a budding scene, so I may have a hard time remembering which … Continue reading Local TO Reminds Players It May Take A Few Tourneys to Memorize Everyone’s Triggers