Smasher:Phantom

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This article is about the Chilean smasher. For the Connecticut smasher formerly known as AerialAce, see Smasher:Phantom (Connecticut).
Phantom
SSB4 main Diddy Kong
SSB4 doubles mains Cloud
Other SSB4
characters
Meta Knight, Cloud
Brawl main Diddy Kong
Crew(s) KLG (Kaos Latin Gamers)
Skill Super Smash Bros. Brawl Professional (retired)
Super Smash Bros. 4 Professional
Additional info
Real name Jean Paul Villagra Urbina
Birth date (age 26)
Location Santiago Chile

Phantom is a Diddy Kong and Meta Knight main from Santiago, Chile, who is considered to be one of the best Diddy Kongs from South America, alongside Anderson, FireHao and Joaco. He's currently ranked 5th in Chile Power Ranking V1[1] His most notable participations were Hail Smash IX where he placed 3rd and Smash Factor 6 where he took 7 stocks in the crew battle "Mexico vs World"[2]. He has notable victories over Javi, Nicko, K9sbruce, Charliedaking, Chag, Captain Levi. Yura and more.

He frequently teamed with Dragon during his travel to USA and Mexico.

Tournament placings[edit]

Super Smash Bros. for Wii U[edit]

Tournament Date 1v1 placement 2v2 placement Partner
Smash Pendiente #87 June 15th, 2017 7th 5th Dragon
Smash Pendiente #88 June 22nd, 2017 2nd 5th Dano
Hail Smash IX June 24, 2017 3rd 4th Dragon
That Was Easy 1 July 8th, 2017 2nd
Mega Smash Mondays 104 July 10th, 2017 17th
EVO 2017 July 14th-16th, 2017 97th
Mega Smash Mondays 105 July 17th, 2017 3rd
Mega Smash Mondays 106 July 24th, 2017 9th
Mega Smash Mondays 107 July 31st, 2017 5th
Smash Factor 6 August 5th, 2017 25th 17th Dragon
Smash Pendiente 95 August 10th, 2017 17th 2nd Waymas
Limit Break February 24th-25th, 2018 4th 9th Mira;

Trivia[edit]

  • Despite sharing the same skin color like ZeRo. Phantom claims that he used that color since Brawl, back when faced ZeRo and his Meta Knight in Chile.[3] [4]
  • His gamertag's origin comes from his favourite typing of Pokémon(Ghost Type) and in connection with the Cartoon Danny Phantom which was being dubbed in South America during early Brawl.

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