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Tournament:IMPULSE 2013

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Dates June 15th-16th, 2013
Venue Best Western Primrose Hotel
Address/City 111 Carlton Street
Toronto, Ontario Canada
Attendance 100+
Entry fees Singles: $10
Doubles: $20 per team
Premium fee: $30
Fighter's pass: $15
Pot size(s) SSB64 singles: $280
Melee singles: $800
Melee doubles: $360
Brawl singles: $710
Brawl doubles: $560
Project M singles: $330
Super Smash Bros. winners Canada YBOMBB 1v1
Super Smash Bros. Melee winners USA Mango 1v1
USA Mango & Canada Unknown522 2v2
Super Smash Bros. Brawl winners Canada Ally 1v1
Canada Ally & Canada HolyNightmare 2v2
PM Icon.png winners USA Mango 1v1
Organizer(s) Vitality

IMPULSE 2013 was a tournament that hosted Super Smash Bros., Super Smash Bros. Melee, Super Smash Bros. Brawl, and Project M. It was held in Toronto, Ontario on June 15th and 16th, 2013. It also served as a qualifier for Apex 2014.


June 15th

8:00am - 10:30am: Registration/Check in​
10:30am - 12:00pm: Casual Play
12:00pm: Brawl Singles Pools Wave 1 Begins​
12:00pm: Melee Singles Pools Wave 1 Begins​
12:00pm: Injustice Begins Until Top 8​
2:30pm: PASBR Singles Begins Until Top 8​
2:30pm: Melee Singles Pools Wave 2 Begins​
3:00pm: Brawl Singles Pools Wave 2 Begins​
4:30pm: Melee Doubles Begins Until Top 4​
5:00pm: PASBR Doubles Begins​
6:00pm: Brawl Doubles Begins Until Top 8​
6:00pm: Smash 64 Begins Until Top 4​
6:30pm: Melee Doubles top 4 begins​
8:30pm: Brawl Doubles top 8 begins​

June 16th

8:00am - 10:00am: Casual Play​
10:00am: Smash 64 Top 4 begins​
10:00am: PASBR Top 8 Begins​
10:00am: Injustice Top 8 begins​
10:00am: Project M Bracket Begins Until Top 4​
12:00pm: Melee Singles Bracket Begins Until Top 6​
1:00pm: Project M Top 4 Begins​
2:00pm: Brawl Singles Bracket Begins Until Top 6/8​
3:00pm: Melee Singles top 6 Begins​
6:00pm: Brawl Singles top 6/8 Begins​

Smash 64 ruleset[edit]

General rules[edit]

  • Competition format is Double Elimination.
  • If possible, brackets are to be generated with a Random Number Generator (RNG). It is recommended Tournament Organisers have a consensus from players before any seeding/byes are placed in-bracket.
  • All sets with the exception of the below are best-of-3.
  • Winners Semis, Losers Quarters and Losers Semis are best-of-5.
  • Winners Finals, Losers Finals and Grand Finals are best-of-7.
  • Online matches are best-of-5, with Winners Finals, Losers Finals and Grand Finals best-of-7.
  • Set size is ultimately up to the Tournament Organiser, but these are general guidelines.
  • Settings are as follows:
    • Mode: STOCK
    • Stocks: 5
    • Handicap: OFF
    • Team Attack: ON
    • Stage Select: ON
    • Damage: 100%
    • Item Switch: NONE
    • All Characters Available

Stage list[edit]



Melee ruleset[edit]

General rules[edit]

  • Items are set to off.
  • Stock and Time are set to 4 stock and 8 minutes, respectively.
  • Double Blind*: If elected.
  • Contest Port Priority*: If elected.
  • Neutral Start*: If elected.
  • Standard DSR*
  • Gentleman’s Clause*
  • Forced Character Selection*: Off
  • Matches that time out will be determined by the remaining number of lives, then percentage of the current stock. In the event of a percentage tie, the match should be replayed in full. Sudden Death is not to be played, and will not count.

Modified Doubles Rules[edit]

  • Team Attack: ON.
  • Life Stealing is allowed.
  • If the game is paused accidentally while attempting to steal a life, the opposing team may deem that life forfeit. Wait until the announcer has finished saying defeated before pressing start, or turn pause off prior to beginning the match.

Stage list[edit]




  • Yoshi’s Story
  • Pokémon Stadium
  • Battlefield
  • Final Destination
  • Dream Land


Brawl ruleset[edit]

  • Meta Knight is legal, but double Meta Knight is banned.

General Rules[edit]

  • 3 Stocks
  • 8 Minute Time Limit
  • Items set to “Off” and “None”
  • Pause set to “Off”
  • Meta Knight’s infinite dimensional cape tactic is banned.
  • All infinites and chain grabs are legal.
  • There is a 35 Ledge Grab Limit for all characters. If a game goes to time and one player goes over the Ledge Grab Limit for their character, they will automatically lose the game. If both players exceed their Ledge Grab Limit, then this rule is ignored.
  • The act of stalling is banned: stalling is intentionally making the game unplayable: Such as becoming invisible, continuing infinites, chain grabs, or uninterrupted moves past 300%, and reaching a position that the player can never reach the opponent.
  • Any action that can prevent the game from continuing (i.e., freezing, disappearing characters, game reset, etc.) will result in a forfeit of that match for the player that initiated the action. Players are responsible for knowing their own character, and must be wary about accidentally triggering one of these effects.
  • If the Ledge Grab Limit does not declare one player the winner, the winner will be declared by what the game says in all situations, except for when players are presented with sudden death: *In the event of a match going to time, the winner will be determined by who has less percent (stock difference still takes priority but will be shown in the results screen).
  • If the match ends with both players dying at the same time coincidentally, or if time ran out with both players at equal percent, a one stock three minute rematch will be played on the same stage. For a tie-breaker match, a Ledge Grab Limit of 15 is used for all characters.
  • If a match is ended via suicide move, the initiator of the move wins.
  • Any coaching that happens during the match (but not in between matches) is restricted. Players who violate this rule will receive a warning (BOTH the player AND the person coaching the player) on the first attempt. Players who violate this rule after a warning will be disqualified from the event and a possible ejection from the venue.
  • Players are to attend their matches at the designated times they are called. If a player is late to a match, the following rules will be applied based on the amount of time:
  • 5 minutes late: Results in a match loss
  • 10 minutes late: Results in a set loss
  • These times will be strictly enforced to make sure that each player will enjoy the full event on a timely manner

Modified Doubles Rules[edit]

  • Team Attack set to “On”
  • Double Meta Knight is banned
  • Life stealing is allowed
  • In the event of a game reaching the time limit, if a single player on a team exceeds their Ledge Grab Limit, that team loses. If one or more players on both teams exceed their Ledge Grab Limit, then the Ledge Grab Limit rule is ignored.
  • In the event of a game going to time and the Ledge Grab Limit can not determine a winner and both teams have an equal amount of combined stocks, then whichever team has a lower combined percent is declared the winner.
  • If a player is using the character Pokémon Trainer, Lucario, or Sonic, either team may request that team colors be changed to make it easier to tell the difference between team players.

Stage List[edit]



Project M ruleset[edit]

  • 4 stock, 8 minutes. In the case of time constraints and not enough setups, early bracket matches may be switched to 3 stock, 6 minutes.
  • Sets are best of 3. Finals are best of 5.
  • Items set to "off" and "none."
  • Either player may call for a Double Blind character selection for the first match.
  • Dave's Modified Stupid Rule: A player may not counterpick the last stage he won on in a set
  • Controller port is determined by Rock Paper Scissors if it can't be agreed upon. For doubles, the controller ports must be 1-2-2-1.
  • For doubles, Team Attack is on and life stealing is allowed. Remember that Attack+Special, not the Pause button, is used to steal lives.
  • Pausing during a match, unless okayed by the other player, will result in the loss of one stock for the pauser.
  • If time runs out, the person with the most stock left (or least % if they are equal) wins. If the % is equal as well, play a 1 stock 3 minute match, same characters and stage.
  • If the match goes to sudden death due to a suicide move (Ganondorf's side-B, Kirby/King Dedede's swallow, holding someone in a grab on a platform as it moves out of the boundaries, etc.), the one who initiated the move wins.
  • Buffer set to off.
  • Custom controls are allowed, but controllers modified to enhance performance are not. No turbo buttons, etc. However, removing the springs from shoulder buttons or replacing a thumbstick with a different thumbstick are ok.
  • Custom music is allowed as long as it's not too distracting, but any textures or vertex hacks outside of the official team color textures are not.
  • If a player wants to use their own SD card, a TO must overwrite the important game files (not music) in order to make sure there are no modifications. If a player was caught cheating with modified game files, he or she will be immediately DQed without refund and banned from future events.
  • In the event that the game crashes or the TV/Wii loses power in the middle of a match, that match will be restarted from the beginning with the same characters and stage. If a player uses a known glitch to intentionally crash the game or otherwise make it unfinishable, that player may be forced to forfeit the match or be DQed at the TO's discretion.
  • No excessive stalling (this includes abusing Jigglypuff's Rising Pound and Mario's Up-B Walljump)
  • No coaching during a match. Consulting someone between matches is allowed as long as it doesn't hold up the next match.
  • Both players may agree to any rule or stage outside the tournament ruleset.

Stage listing[edit]



  • All of page 1 of the Stage Select Screen, except SSE: Jungle for singles and Metal Cavern for doubles.


Super Smash Bros. singles[edit]

(28 entrants)

Place Name Character(s) Earnings
1st Canada YBOMBB Jigglypuff's head icon from SSB.Pikachu's head icon from SSB.Yoshi's head icon from SSB. $165
2nd Canada Revan Kirby's head icon from SSB. $70
3rd Canada B Link Pikachu's head icon from SSB. $30
4th Canada Fck Vwls Samus's head icon from SSB.Jigglypuff's head icon from SSB. $15
5th Canada Unreal Yoshi's head icon from SSB.Mario's head icon from SSB.
5th Canada Sex Pikachu's head icon from SSB.
7th Canada The Bawse
7th Canada Toronto Joe

Super Smash Bros. Melee singles[edit]

(80 entrants)

Place Name Character(s) Earnings
1st USA Mango FalcoHeadSSBM.pngCaptainFalconHeadSSBM.png $400
2nd Canada Unknown522 FoxHeadSSBM.png $200
3rd Canada Weon-X FoxHeadSSBM.png $80
4th Canada I.B MarthHeadSSBM.png $40
5th Canada Europhoria MarthHeadSSBM.png $25
5th USA Toph FoxHeadSSBM.png $25
7th Canada Reis MarthHeadSSBM.png $15
7th USA Kalamazhu PeachHeadSSBM.png $15
9th USA KJH FalcoHeadSSBM.png
9th USA Prince Abu JigglypuffHeadSSBM.png
9th Canada JPOBS FoxHeadSSBM.png
9th USA HIV+ FalcoHeadSSBM.png
13th Canada Erayz FoxHeadSSBM.png
13th Canada HammerTime IceClimbersHeadSSBM.png
13th Canada MadJ FoxHeadSSBM.png
13th Canada Izek FalcoHeadSSBM.png
17th Canada GLHF GYAR
17th Canada Blitz CaptainFalconHeadSSBM.png
17th Canada Zog Malog SheikHeadSSBM.pngIceClimbersHeadSSBM.png
17th Canada Sanuzi FoxHeadSSBM.png
17th USA Will
17th Canada Idea JigglypuffHeadSSBM.png
17th USA Juggleguy CaptainFalconHeadSSBM.png
17th Canada Riddlebox PeachHeadSSBM.png
25th Canada Bass
25th Canada Syphillis SheikHeadSSBM.png
25th Canada Moist FoxHeadSSBM.png
25th Canada Windrose CaptainFalconHeadSSBM.png
25th Canada Kason Birdman FoxHeadSSBM.png
25th Canada Snitchy
25th Canada Revan
25th Canada Keatsta

Super Smash Bros. Melee doubles[edit]

(19 teams)

Place Name Character(s) Name Character(s) Earnings
1st USA Mango MarthHeadSSBM.pngMarioHeadSSBM.png Canada Unknown522 FoxHeadSSBM.png $200 ($100 each)
2nd Canada Europhoria FoxHeadSSBM.png Canada I.B MarthHeadSSBM.png $90 ($45 each)
3rd USA Toph FoxHeadSSBM.png Canada Weon-X FoxHeadSSBM.png $30 ($15 each)
4th USA Juggleguy CaptainFalconHeadSSBM.png USA KJH FoxHeadSSBM.png $20 ($10 each)
5th Canada Idea JigglypuffHeadSSBM.png Canada MadJ FoxHeadSSBM.png $10 ($5 each)
5th USA Kalamazhu PeachHeadSSBM.png USA Prince Abu JigglypuffHeadSSBM.png $10 ($5 each)
7th Canada HammerTime IceClimbersHeadSSBM.png Canada Bernal FoxHeadSSBM.png
7th Canada Sanuzi FoxHeadSSBM.png Canada Windrose CaptainFalconHeadSSBM.png

Super Smash Bros. Brawl singles[edit]

(72 entrants)

Place Name Character(s) Earnings
1st Canada Ally SnakeHeadSSBB.pngMetaKnightHeadSSBB.pngIceClimbersHeadSSBB.png $350
2nd USA Dabuz OlimarHeadSSBB.png $180
3rd USA Orion MetaKnightHeadSSBB.png $70
4th France Leon MarthHeadSSBB.png $40
5th Canada HolyNightmare MetaKnightHeadSSBB.png $20
5th USA Zinoto DiddyKongHeadSSBB.png $20
7th Canada Toronto Joe MetaKnightHeadSSBB.png $15
7th Canada Swordgard IceClimbersHeadSSBB.png $15
9th Canada Alphicans MetaKnightHeadSSBB.pngFalcoHeadSSBB.png
9th Canada V115 ZeroSuitSamusHeadSSBB.png
9th Canada KingKong BowserHeadSSBB.png
9th USA Nakat FoxHeadSSBB.png
13th Canada Tin Man OlimarHeadSSBB.png
13th USA Doom MetaKnightHeadSSBB.png
13th Canada Chris Fisch MetaKnightHeadSSBB.png
13th Canada Meekspeedy SonicHeadSSBB.png
17th Canada BillyBeGood MetaKnightHeadSSBB.png
17th Canada Blacktwins YoshiHeadSSBB.png
17th Canada Stroumbert FalcoHeadSSBB.pngCaptainFalconHeadSSBB.png
17th USA Will DonkeyKongHeadSSBB.png
17th Canada Suzaku MarthHeadSSBB.png
17th Canada MorKs SnakeHeadSSBB.png
17th Canada Croi MetaKnightHeadSSBB.pngWarioHeadSSBB.png
17th Canada Firefly MetaKnightHeadSSBB.png
25th Canada Poke FalcoHeadSSBB.png
25th Canada Ksev SnakeHeadSSBB.png
25th Canada Red X MetaKnightHeadSSBB.png
25th Canada Iliad MarthHeadSSBB.pngFalcoHeadSSBB.png
25th Canada Raziek MarthHeadSSBB.png
25th Canada Lambnadr PokemonTrainerHeadSSBB.png
25th USA K.I.D. Goggles SonicHeadSSBB.png
25th Canada Kuraudo SonicHeadSSBB.png

Super Smash Bros. Brawl doubles[edit]

(28 teams)

Place Name Character(s) Name Character(s) Earnings
1st Canada Ally MetaKnightHeadSSBB.pngSnakeHeadSSBB.png Canada HolyNightmare ROBHeadSSBB.pngMetaKnightHeadSSBB.png $335 ($167.50 each)
2nd France Leon MarthHeadSSBB.png USA Dabuz OlimarHeadSSBB.png $140 ($70 each)
3rd USA Doom MetaKnightHeadSSBB.png Canada Tin Man OlimarHeadSSBB.png $55 ($27.50 each)
4th USA Orion MetaKnightHeadSSBB.png USA Will DonkeyKongHeadSSBB.png $30 ($15 each)
5th Canada Firefly MetaKnightHeadSSBB.png Canada Alphicans MetaKnightHeadSSBB.png
5th Canada Toronto Joe MetaKnightHeadSSBB.png Canada Meekspeedy SonicHeadSSBB.png
7th Canada Croi MetaKnightHeadSSBB.png Canada BillyBeGood MetaKnightHeadSSBB.png
7th USA Nakat WarioHeadSSBB.png Canada KingKong BowserHeadSSBB.png

Project M singles[edit]

(33 entrants)

Place Name Character(s) Earnings
1st USA Mango FalcoHeadSSBB.png $180
2nd Canada Weon-X FalcoHeadSSBB.pngFoxHeadSSBB.png $85
3rd Canada Alphicans MarioHeadSSBB.pngSquirtleHeadSSBB.png $30
4th Canada HammerTime LucasHeadSSBB.png $15
5th Canada Meekspeedy SonicHeadSSBB.png $10
5th Canada Lambnadr IvysaurHeadSSBB.png $10
7th Canada Raziek GanondorfHeadSSBB.png
7th USA Will DonkeyKongHeadSSBB.png

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