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ワンゲラー (wangera)
Wangera SSC2016.jpg
Character info
Smash 64 main Jigglypuff
Other Smash 64 characters Kirby, Captain Falcon
Personal and other info
Real name Keisuke Sato
Location Japan Japan

wangera (ワンゲラー) is an SSB Jigglypuff player from Japan, and is considered the best Jigglypuff player in the world. wangera was formerly ranked 5th on the 2017 64 League Rankings. His playstyle is described as very defensive and patient.-

Tournament History[edit]

His first successful tournament was Kansai 2015 where he defeating all three top Kirby players Moyashi, Kysk and Fukurou and finished 3rd being eliminated by Jouske.

At Kanto 2015 he defeated Norwegian smasher Olikus and got defeated by Mexican smasher Mariguas in a close set, finishing 17th.

Together with Japanese champion Wario, he attended GENESIS 3 where he won against Lord Narwhal, Dext3r, KeroKeroppi without dropping a game. Most notably, he double eliminated Isai, 2-1 in Winner's Quarters against his Mario and 3-1 in Loser's Semis where Isai first chose to play Fox and switched to Pikachu when it was 2-1 for Wangera. In the final game and both players being on their last stock Isai missed an edge guard situation and self-destructed. This made Wangera the first player to win a tournament set against Isai's Pikachu. Wangera got double-eliminated by SuPeRbOoMfAn and placed 3rd.

At Kansai 2016 he lost against the Kirby players Fukurou and Keisuke and finished 5th.

His second US tournament was Super Smash Con 2016 where he won 2-0 against NaCl and Stranded before getting upset 2-3 by The Z. In losers he won 3-2 against Dext3r in an extremely close set with a timeout in game 5, where both players had one only stock left and Dext3r a small damage percent lead (55% - 64%) and tried to avoid getting hit. 5 seconds before a timeout Wangera hit him with a Nair to increase his damage percent to 66% and won the game by 2%. He then defeated Kurabba 3-0 and got eliminated 3-1 by Isai who played as Pikachu for the whole set. He later said that his performance was disappointing maybe because he didn't sleep well.

Kanto 2016 became his first major win. In the absence of top players Wario and Jouske he won in Winner's Finals 2-1 and in Grand Final 2-0 against Fukurou.

At Japan Smash Cup 2016 he reached Winner's Finals and then lost 0-2 against Wario and Fukurou to finish 3rd. At Kansai 2017 he got upset by Gyaki and Micchan and placed 5th (and lost to Tacos in pools). At Japan Smash Cup 2017 he won against Kurabba, Moyashi and Kysk but got double eliminated by Maha. At Kanto 2017 he placed 5th losing against Fukurou, who later won that tournament.

He then attended his third US tournament, Super Smash Con 2017, where he beat KD3, Dext3r, SleepyFox (LD) and Fukurou to reach Winners Finals. He then lost 0-3 against Kurabba and the rematch against Fukurou 2-3 and placed 3rd.

At his fourth US tournament, Super Smash Con 2018, he lost in pool to Tacos again but made it into Winner's Semis deafeating Wizzrobe and KeroKeroppi before losing to the Pikachus of SuPeRbOoMfAn and Isai finishing 5th.

Tournament placings[edit]

Super Smash Bros.[edit]

Tournament Date 1v1 placement 2v2 placement Partner
Kansai 2015 March 14th, 2015 3rd
Kanto 2015 September 20th, 2015 17th
GENESIS 3 January 15th-17th, 2016 3rd 4th wario
Shulla-bra VI April 2nd, 2016 1st
Kansai 2016 April 30th, 2016 5th
Super Smash Con 2016 August 11th-14th, 2016 5th 9th Kurabba
Kanto 2016 September 24th, 2016 1st
Japan Smash Cup 2016 December 24th-25th, 2016 3rd
Kansai 2017 March 19th, 2017 5th
Japan Smash Cup 2017 May 6th, 2017 3rd
Kanto 2017 July 8th, 2017 5th
Super Smash Con 2017 August 10th-13th, 2017 3rd 5th Kurabba
Autumn Kanto Tournament November 3rd, 2017 4th
Kansai 2018 February 11th, 2018 3rd
Kanto 2018 May 5th, 2018 7th 2nd Wario
WeeklySmashParty 001 June 8th, 2018 3rd
Super Smash Con 2018 August 9th-12th, 2018 5th 5th Shizuku
WeeklySmashParty 011 October 5th, 2018 2nd
Kanto Fall 2018 October 7th, 2018 2nd
Kanto 2019 April 30th, 2019 5th
Kanto Fall 2019 September 22nd, 2019 5th
Kansai 2020 February 23rd, 2020 3rd
Kanto 2020 November 22nd, 2020 3rd
Corona Cup Online January 23rd, 2021 7th
Corona Cup 3 Online October 30th, 2021 9th
Kanto 2022 February 12th, 2022 3rd
Corona Cup 4 Online March 19th, 2022 9th
Kansai 2022 May 4th, 2022 7th


  • His name comes from a school club called Wandervogel club (German for "bird of passage") that had an activity called a "Wangera".
  • He started playing competetive in late 2009 / early 2010, inspired by Japanese Jigglypuff player Den-Chan.
  • wangera holds an even record against Isai (2-2) and a positive record against every North America player except SuPeRbOoMfAn (0-3), The Z (0-1), Tacos (0-2) and Mariguas (0-1).

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