Smasher:Bocchi

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Bocchi "Peni" "entropy"
Ultimate main Isabelle
Skill Super Smash Bros. 4 Amateur (retired)
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Professional (retired)
Additional info
Real name Rachel
Location New York USA

Bocchi was a former Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Isabelle player from New York. She notably defeated Ally at AON Smash Ultimate #027 en route to a 5th place finish-out with solo Isabelle. She has additional wins over other players such as Raptor, Zenkai, PikaPika!, and Arhungry.

In 2022, Bocchi began entering local tournaments under the tag entropy. She placed 5th out of over 100 players at Yoshi's Island: Third Stock on May 21st, 2022.

Bocchi also had a YouTube channel amassing over 8,000 subscribers despite only ever posting one video.

Tournament placings[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

Tournament Date 1v1 Placement 2v2 Placement Partner
Frostbite 2019 February 22nd-24th, 2019 257th
Collision 2019 March 16th-17th, 2019 65th
The Movement - March Edition March 30th-31st 2019 25th 9th Hangman
HYDRA 2019 April 13th, 2019 17th 9th Hangman
Don't Break The Bank April 27th, 2019 9th 5th Hangman
AON Smash Ultimate #027 June 14th, 2019 5th 2nd PkChris
Smash at The Paramount June 15th, 2019 33rd
Defend the North 2019 July 19th-21st, 2019 257th 7th Daybreak
ALPHA III July 27th-28th, 2019 33rd 3rd PkChris
Super Smash Con 2019 August 8th-11th, 2019 257th 33rd Daybreak
Don't Break The Bank 2 September 7th, 2019 17th 2nd PkChris
Return to Yoshi's Island November 2nd, 2019 33rd 13th Daramgar

Controversy[edit]

Harassment from the community[edit]

Following her victory over Ally, Bocchi stated she was considering either retiring or changing her tag due to unwanted attention from other players such as ZeRo, which had led to harassment from other players.[1] These players were criticized for their actions, especially following Ally's admission to having a relationship with CaptainZack.

Racism allegations[edit]

A few weeks after the Ally win, Ryuga posted Tweets that showed screenshots of Bocchi and Stroder using the N-word multiple times in a Discord server. Bocchi quickly took to Twitter following this, claiming that she was not a racist and was simply an edgy teenager almost a year ago.

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