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Ryoku redirects here. For the Japanese smasher, see Ryoku.
Character info
Smash 4 main Bayonetta
Ultimate main Samus
Other Ultimate characters Dark Samus, Bowser, Link
Retired Ultimate character Wolf
Personal and other info
Location Michigan USA

Ryoku is a Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Samus player from Michigan. He was formerly ranked 9th on the Michigan Ultimate Power Rankings and has wins over Biddy, Adveux, Komota, PC3X, Beast, and Brandon Gordon.

Ryoku played Bayonetta in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and has wins over Gomakenpi, Miloni, Llany, and Nebula.

On December 22nd, 2019, he was permanently banned for scamming the community, provocative behavior making other women in the community uncomfortable, and refusal to apologize towards the Michigan Smash scene for his past actions. But as of May 7th, 2022, the Michigan Smash community unbanned him.

Tournament placings[edit]

Super Smash Bros. for Wii U[edit]

Tournament Date 1v1 placement 2v2 placement Partner
MIUS: Zero Requiem March 25th, 2017 17th 5th BooBear
Get On My Level 2017 July 28th-30th, 2017 13th Aden
MIUS: Curtain Call August 19th, 2017 9th 7th smasher1001
Crown Fight September 2nd, 2017 17th 9th BooBear
Showdown: Battle Royale 2 September 23rd-24th, 2017 33rd 13th BooBear
Chronicles of Olympus October 14th, 2017 4th 2nd BooBear
Spook City October 21st, 2017 25th 5th BooBear
Ursa Minor 2 February 8th, 2018 65th
Frostbite 2018 February 9th-11th, 2018 129th 25th BooBear
Chronicles of Olympus II February 24th, 2018 4th
Settle the Score Vol. 2 March 17th, 2018 13th 4th BooBear

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

Tournament Date 1v1 placement 2v2 placement Partner
Holiday Heist 4: Ultimate Edition December 29th, 2018 49th 13th BooBear
Smash 'N' Splash 5 May 31st-June 2nd, 2019 161st 49th White Girl 6 9
Guardian I June 15th, 2019 33rd 4th BooBear
Summer Games 2 August 24th, 2019 17th 3rd BooBear
Culmination September 14th, 2019 5th / 91 1st / 18 BooBear
The Big House 9 October 4th-6th, 2019 129th
Holiday Heist 5 December 28th, 2019 13th 3rd BooBear
Ursa Minor 4 February 20th, 2020 33rd
Frostbite 2020 February 21st-23rd, 2020 129th 65th BooBear
Rivals Reunion 7 July 6th, 2022 1st 2nd K1lllaaG
STAMPEDE II July 23rd, 2022 17th
Black Diamond August 6th, 2022 7th / 89
26 Rising's Show Stopper Invitational May 13th, 2023 17th
26 Rising's Show Stopper Arcadian May 13th, 2023 2nd
Lucid 2023 November 4th, 2023 9th / 173


Throughout his time in the Smash scene at Michigan since 2014, he was noticed for his provocative, rude, and unusual behavior from players he interacted with, often acting disruptively to provoke others. He has scammed multiple tournament organizers by avoiding to pay fees to enter tournaments, leaving other smash players to pay for his meal after locals from leaving a restaurant abruptly, cheating a Kalamazoo player out of earnings from lying about the current set count of a game, and would come up with excuses whenever confronted and lie. Lastly, he initiated slurs towards Merrick publicly on Twitter and threatened him to keep his mouth shut, which prompted organizers to give him a month ban from tournaments. [1] [2] After multiple instances of scamming, cheating, and provocative behavior toward several women in the community that caused many to speak out against him, he would be banned again on March 3rd, 2018 until the beginning of 2019 around when Smash Ultimate released. In spite of this sentence he would be caught trying to register for tournaments secretly before getting his ban extended for ban evasion. Upon finishing his sentence on January 2019, he would repeat his behavior and would end up making disruptive noises at a tournament towards Eden during a set, eventually causing him to withdraw and disqualify mid tournament. [3] While ordinarily that action alone would not warrant anything beyond a warning, his continued toxic behavior combined with his refusal to formally apologize towards his victims and the community at large would lead him to being permanently banned from attending all Michigan Smash tournaments. This ban would be lifted once more in May 7th, 2022, where he still continues to compete to this day. A full documentation on his history of bans can be found here.