VoiD is an SSBU Sheik player with a strong Pichu secondary from Kapolei, Hawaii, who is currently residing in Los Angeles, California. He is considered the best Sheik player in the world and one of the best Pichu players in the world along with Nietono and RFang (and was once considered the best Pichu player in the world while solo-maining the character). He is also one of the best Joker players in the world and one of the best Wolf players in the world and has a notable Roy but has since dropped the character. He is currently ranked 38th on the Fall 2019 PGRU and was formerly ranked 67th on the Wi-Fi Warrior Rank v5 and 6th on the SoCal Ultimate Power Rankings.
In Smash 4, VoiD was a Sheik main and was considered the best Sheik player in the world at the end of the game's active lifespan and one of the three best of all time along with Mr.R and ZeRo. He was also considered the best Zero Suit Samus player in SoCal and one of the best Fox players in SoCal. He was a major pioneer and influence on the Sheik metagame, notable for his usage of innovative combos, extensions, and kill set-ups. VoiD is currently ranked 2nd on the SoCal All-Time Smash 4 Power Rankings, 11th on the Panda Global Rankings 100, and was formerly ranked 1st on the Hawaii Power Rankings.
VoiD is defined through his technical and mechanical prowess, as well as his aggressiveness with all the characters he plays.
In Smash 4
VoiD is known for his optimal usage of perfect pivoting. He pioneered the technique when it was still in the grassroots, and incorporated it into being an essential part to Sheik's combo game. He plays aggressively, pressuring the opponent using Sheik's needles and quick tilts to put them into a situation of where he can combo them or force them offstage. He is also very innovative and improvises quickly to take a hit as far as he can, often resulting in taking a stock or taking back a lead. VoiD also uses unorthodox options to catch the opponent off guard such as Sheik's down air or up air to drag his opponent into a tech chase scenario into a down smash. However, due to his aggressive playstyle and technical playstyle, if VoiD is not consistent in his inputs, he loses the neutral and can be overtaken by other players that have a stronger, more protected neutral. He is also susceptible to rage comebacks due to the weaknesses of his character.
VoiD retains his aggressive and technical gameplan from Smash 4, making full usage of Pichu's quick and powerful options. He raised the perception of Pichu in the metagame and also pioneered the combo game of the character. However, as the same with Sheik, he is susceptible to rage and strong kill options due to the light weight of Pichu. His extreme tech skill and usage of Sheik's excellent frame data allowed him to significantly improve Sheik’s standing in the metagame. VoiD complements his deft usage of her aggressive play with an oppressive neutral game and can often get a major lead early in the game. However, he sometimes struggles to take the last stock of a match because Sheik lacks simple kill options that are relatively non-committal.