I'm not an experienced wiki-editor, and did not know that notability had to be explicitly proven at outset. Just added this article due to the fact that there were so many dead incoming links to this page. Have added a couple of recent results at large tournaments now -- I hope that suffices to prove notability. Moreover, I added the point that he is a Smash commentator, and recently appeared as the SSBM cocommentator for Valhalla top 8. Keep (Oby (talk) 08:27, 9 January 2018 (EST))
- Okay, so you do seem to be learning how things work. That's okay. Just a couple of points to keep in mind for now:
- You do not need to put the tildes in brackets when signing your comments, but at least you remembered to. A lot of new users do not. :P
- Notability can be difficult to determine. I myself find the process confusing, but then again, I'm not well versed in the workings of the smash community, so I can't make anything more than basic decisions regarding this. We have our own experts who will confer about this. So far it does look like it might qualify.
- Regardless of whether a smasher is notable or not, we record ALL verifiable tournament placings, not just the ones that might make a smasher notable. So put in as many as you can!
- Finally, remember to make heavy use of the Show preview button and try to do as much of your editing in one go as you can.