| Other Melee
|Captain Falcon, Marth, Donkey Kong|
|Real name||Bernard Mafei|
|Birth date||December 17, 1989|
RaynEX (born December 17, 1989) is a Fox player from Scarborough, Ontario, Canada. He mains Fox, but also plays Falco, Marth, Captain Falcon, and Donkey Kong. He has proven himself in the North American Smash scene, having some very notable placings such as, more recently, 3rd at Mass Madness 14.
RaynEX has been playing Super Smash Bros. Melee since its release; having first used his main, Fox, playing Super Smash Bros. 64, for the Nintendo 64 console.
The first incarnation of the TransCanada Tournament (2005) was where RaynEX was initially introduced to the competitive scene. Amazed at the amount of players that attended, and the skill level so apparent among them; RaynEX quickly decided to pursue a competitive career in Super Smash Bros. Melee.
Soonafter, at a tournament held in 2005, RaynEX befriended the 5 members of NNR (The Neon Night Riders). The members of NNR had held the tournament to informally announce their competitive participation to the community, attracting players from far and wide to gather and cooperatively improve at the provided venue. Eventually RaynEX, and his doubles partner Unknown522, joined the 5 smashers under that same crew apellation, solidifying what would turn out to be one of the most skilled and successful Smash crews ever conceived within Toronto.
RaynEX continues to smash competitively, attending tournaments held in both the U.S. and East Coast Canada. He is considered by many as one of the best Fox players in the country. RaynEX is currently ranked 4th on the Ontario Melee Power Rankings.
 Tournaments Attended
- Trans-Canada Tournament, August 2005
- NNR Tournament February 2006
- NNR Tournament April 2006
- NNR Tournament November 2006
- The Battle of Caketown, June 2007
- NNR Tournament (The Season of Smash), June 2007
- Trans-Canada Tournament, June/July 2007
- StarFurry, 2007
- Smashturbation (GTA Bi-weeklies), 2007-Present
- Combo Breaker, 2008
- Event-52, 2008 (4th)
- Starfurry 3, 2009
- Mass Madness 14, 2009 (3rd)
- Starfurry 5 (1st)
- Revival of Melee (17th)
- Revival of Melee 2 (9th)