Smasher:Skorpio

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Skorpio
Skorpio
Skorpio (left) with Shinjoebi (right)
Ultimate main Robin
Other Ultimate
character
Mii Swordfighter
SSB4 main Robin
Other SSB4
character
Diddy Kong
Former sponsor(s) FrostFire
Skill Super Smash Bros. 4 Professional
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Professional
Ranking Super Smash Bros. 4 Midwest Smash 4 Power Rankings: 18th
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Minnesota Ultimate Power Rankings: 3rd
Additional info
Real name Robert Peterson
Birth date (age 25)
Location Buffalo, Minnesota United States

Skorpio is a smasher from Minnesota who is currently ranked 18th on the Midwest Smash 4 Power Rankings, 4th on the Minnesota Smash 4 Power Rankings and 3rd on the Minnesota Ultimate Power Rankings. He mains Robin and secondaries Diddy Kong in Smash 4 and mains Robin in Ultimate with Mii Swordfighter as a backup. He regularly teams with his younger brother, Shinjoebi, a Greninja player. They sometimes use the team name "Frog Sage".

At Nexus, a regional in Nebraska, he led Minnesota to victory in crew battles, helping them beat Chicago in grand finals. In singles, he placed 2nd, only dropping sets to Dabuz, beating notable names such as tyroy, JJROCKETS, Nev, and Sinnyboo242. He also placed 2nd in doubles with Shinjoebi.

At Midwest Mayhem 7: Mexico Invasion, he placed 3rd in singles, beating big_mak, tyroy, and Javi in top 8. In addition, he outplaced Ally. His run ended in Losers Finals, where he lost an extremely close set to Zinoto.

Dunga alter ego[edit]

Skorpio is known to occasionally enter locals with the tag Dunga, acting as a fictional Diddy Kong player from American Fork, Utah, who is ranked first on a fictional northwestern Utah PR.[1] As Dunga, Skorpio is hotheaded, aggressive and takes losses poorly,[2] popping off when winning sets,[3] while often becoming emotional or refusing a handshake after a loss.[4][5]

Tournament placings[edit]

Super Smash Bros. for Wii U[edit]

Tournament Date 1v1 placement 2v2 placement Partner
UMN Smash October Monthly 2015 October 17th, 2015 4th 1st Triple R
UMN Smash November Monthly 2015 November 14th, 2015 5th 2nd Triple R
UMN Smash January Monthly 2016 January 23rd, 2016 2nd 2nd Triple R
UMN Smash March Monthly 2016 March 26th, 2016 5th
Combo Breaker 2016 May 27th-29th, 2016 7th 7th Shinjoebi
Nexus July 23-24th, 2016 2nd 2nd Shinjoebi
Endgame August 20th-21st, 2016 17th 5th Shinjoebi
Midwest Mayhem 5 November 5th, 2016 13th 5th Shinjoebi
Level Up Games, 11/10/16[6] November 10th, 2016 4th
Kings of the North V November 19th-20th, 2016 7th 2nd Shinjoebi
Midwest Mayhem 7: Mexico Invasion February 4th, 2017 3rd 9th Cookietic
Level Up Sm4sh, 3/9/17[7] March 9th, 2017 1st
2GGC: Civil War March 24th-26th, 2017 65th 33rd Jerm
Midwest Mayhem 9: Old vs New July 1st, 2017 13th 4th Cookietic
Midwest Mayhem 10 November 25th, 2017 7th
Level Up Sm4sh — 1/4/18[8] January 4th, 2018 4th
Midwest Mayhem 11 March 10th, 2018 9th

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

Tournament Date 1v1 placement 2v2 placement Partner
The First Claimant December 9th, 2018 5th
Supremely Outplayed December 29th, 2018 4th
Papercut May 11th, 2019 3rd
Smash 'N' Splash 5 May 31st, 2019 81st
House of Paign 22 November 2nd, 2019 17th 3rd Super Dan
Frostbite 2020 February 21st, 2020 193rd

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