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Tournament:SCSA West Coast Circuit

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SCSA West Coast Circuit
Dates December 6th, 2008
Venue Orange Tree Clubhouse
Address/City 230 Orange Blossom
Irvine, California USA
Entry fees Melee singles: $5
Melee doubles: $5 per person
Pot size(s) Melee singles: $220
Melee doubles: $250
Results
Super Smash Bros. Melee winners USA Mango 1v1
USA Mango & USA PsychoMidget 2v2
Super Smash Bros. Brawl winners USA DEHF 1v1
Mexico TKD & USA ShadowRob 2v2
Staff
Director(s) Nezumi

SCSA West Coast Circuit (also called SCSA West Coast Circuit #1) was a Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros. Brawl regional tournament that was held by Nezumi in Irvine, California on December 6th, 2008. It was the first of five tournaments in the titular SCSA West Coast Circuit hosted by the Southern California Smash Alliance, which ran from December 2008 to January 2010. The tournament is primarily notable for being where the Wombo Combo video took place, during Losers' Semifinals of Melee doubles.

VODs for Melee singles and doubles sets were uploaded to YouTube by HomeMadeWaffles, including the game with the popular Wombo Combo. The commentary was mainly done by Phil and HomeMadeWaffles, with Mango commentating a few sets. While results for Melee doubles were posted, the identities of most of them is lost because only team names were listed. It's unknown how many entrants Brawl singles and doubles had, although DEHF/Gameophile and SK92/SwellKel are known to have placed 17th in doubles.

Ruleset[edit]

Melee[edit]

  • 8 minute time limit on all matches.
  • Items off.
  • Ties are broken by remaining lives, then percent. If both criteria are tied, then the Sudden Death match will be played out.
  • First stage is random from the starter stages.
  • Each player is allowed to reset the random stage once; this forces a new random stage to be picked. If the new stage has been previously reset by either player during the same set, that stage is reset again. (Random Stage Reset)
  • The loser of the first match will announce a new stage to play on for the next game. The winner will then be allowed to switch characters, followed by the loser. Apply the same logic for the third match (and fourth/fifth when applicable) if there is one. (Advanced Slob Picks)
  • No stage may be used twice in a single set if the counter-picking player has already won on that stage, unless the opponent agrees to use the stage again. (Dave's Stupid Rule)
  • Double Blind character pick can be called at anytime before the first game of a set starts, and only apply to the first game.
  • Each person (or team) may choose one counter-pick stage to be disabled for the entire set at the start of the set, after characters have been chosen but before the random stage has been picked. You may not ban starter stages.
  • Controller Mods, Glitches (Freeze Glitch, Soul Stunner, etc.), and tactics used to stall a match (wall-bombing, rising Pound), are banned.
  • For doubles: Team Attack will be on, life stealing allowed.
  • Wobbling is not banned.
  • Bracket matches are best 2 of 3, 4 stock.
  • Winners' bracket finals, losers' bracket finals, and championship sets are all best 3 of 5.
  • There will be no splitting of places. All matches will be played out accordingly (aka, no splitting for first).
  • Players who are playing a match may not scream or yell at their opponents face. Players watching are welcome to cheer, but may not touch players who are playing. Pursuing these actions can subject you to disqualification.

Stage list[edit]

Singles stage list

Starter Counterpick
Final Destination Poké Floats
Dream Land Rainbow Cruise
Fountain of Dreams Jungle Japes
Battlefield Kongo Jungle 64
Yoshi's Story Mute City
Pokémon Stadium Brinstar
Green Greens
Corneria

Doubles stage list

Starter Counterpick
Final Destination Poké Floats
Dream Land Rainbow Cruise
Battlefield Jungle Japes
Yoshi's Story Brinstar
Pokémon Stadium Green Greens
Kongo Jungle 64 Corneria

Brawl[edit]

  • 7 minute time limit on all matches.
  • Items off.
  • Ties are broken by remaining lives, then percent. If both criteria are tied, then the Sudden Death match will be played out.
  • First stage is random from the starter stages.
  • Each player is allowed to reset the random stage once; this forces a new random stage to be picked. If the new stage has been previously reset by either player during the same set, that stage is reset again. (Random Stage Reset)
  • The loser of the first match will announce a new stage to play on for the next game. The winner will then be allowed to switch characters, followed by the loser. Apply the same logic for the third match (and fourth/fifth when applicable) if there is one. (Advanced Slob Picks)
  • No stage may be used twice in a single set if the counter-picking player has already won on that stage, unless the opponent agrees to use the stage again. (Dave's Stupid Rule)
  • Double Blind character pick can be called at anytime before the first game of a set starts, and only apply to the first game.
  • Each person (or team) may choose one counter-pick stage to be disabled for the entire set at the start of the set, after characters have been chosen but before the random stage has been picked.
  • Controller Mods and tactics used to stall a match are banned.
  • For doubles: Team Attack will be on, life stealing allowed.
  • Stalling: running the clock out in a match for over a minute without any hits being made will be considered excessive stalling and will not be permitted.
  • Bracket matches are best 2 of 3, 3 stock.
  • Winners' bracket finals, losers' bracket finals, and championship sets are all best 3 of 5.
  • There will be no splitting of places. All matches will be played out accordingly (aka, no splitting for first).
  • Players who are playing a match may not scream or yell at their opponents face. Players watching are welcome to cheer, but may not touch players who are playing. Pursuing these actions can subject you to disqualification.
  • Standing infinites are banned.

Singles stage list

Starter Counterpick
Battlefield Halberd
Smashville Pokémon Stadium
Final Destination Castle Siege
Rainbow Cruise
Frigate Orpheon
Brinstar
Delfino Plaza
Jungle Japes
Lylat Cruise
Yoshi's Island (Brawl)

Doubles stage list

Starter Counterpick
Battlefield Green Greens
Smashville Corneria
Final Destination Luigi's Mansion
Halberd
Pokémon Stadium
Castle Siege
Rainbow Cruise
Frigate Orpheon
Brinstar
Delfino Plaza
Jungle Japes
Lylat Cruise
Yoshi's Island (Brawl)

Results[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Melee singles[edit]

(44 entrants)
Results

Place Name Character(s) Earnings
1st USA Mango FoxHeadSSBM.pngFalcoHeadSSBM.png $132.00
2nd USA Lucky FoxHeadSSBM.png $66.00
3rd USA SilentSpectre CaptainFalconHeadSSBM.png $22.00
4th USA Zhu
5th USA Lucien
6th USA DEHF[1]
7th USA Fly Amanita
7th USA Luigi
9th USA Tang
9th USA HugS SamusHeadSSBM.png
9th USA Germ
9th USA Emerican CaptainFalconHeadSSBM.png
13th USA Zelgadis FoxHeadSSBM.png
13th USA Atlus
13th USA HomeMadeWaffles DrMarioHeadSSBM.png
13th USA 12
17th USA Hella
17th USA Connorcakes FoxHeadSSBM.png
17th USA San Diego Reaper
17th USA PsychoMidget
17th USA The Girl In The Green Shirt
17th USA Tofu
17th USA Kira
17th USA Futile
25th USA Plan9
25th USA Sick
25th Japan Mikael
25th USA Romeo
25th USA Seraph
25th USA Darrell
25th USA Pharcyde
25th USA Gosu Engineer
33rd USA Insomniak
33rd USA DC
33rd USA Freedom
33rd USA Jager
33rd USA Sergio
33rd USA side FX
33rd USA The Great Leon
33rd USA Pyro
33rd USA LittleEngland
33rd USA Someon
33rd USA SK92
33rd USA Nasty Nate

Super Smash Bros. Melee doubles[edit]

(25 teams)
Results

Place Name Character(s) Name Character(s) Earnings
1st USA Mango FoxHeadSSBM.png USA PsychoMidget JigglypuffHeadSSBM.png $150.00 ($75.00 each)
2nd USA SilentSpectre CaptainFalconHeadSSBM.png USA Tang FoxHeadSSBM.png $75.00 ($37.50 each)
3rd USA DC MarthHeadSSBM.png USA Zelgadis SheikHeadSSBM.pngFoxHeadSSBM.png $25.00 ($12.50 each)
4th USA Zhu FoxHeadSSBM.png USA Lucky FoxHeadSSBM.png

Super Smash Bros. Brawl singles[edit]

(? entrants)
Results

Place Name Character(s) Earnings
1st USA DEHF[1] FalcoHeadSSBB.png
2nd USA SK92 FalcoHeadSSBB.png
3rd USA n4n3rz DiddyKongHeadSSBB.png
4th USA Fiction WarioHeadSSBB.png
5th USA Fly Amanita IceClimbersHeadSSBB.png
5th Mexico TKD MetaKnightHeadSSBB.png

Super Smash Bros. Brawl doubles[edit]

(? teams)
Results

Place Name Character(s) Name Character(s) Earnings
1st Mexico TKD USA ShadowRob
2nd USA BoA USA Teba
3rd USA Sean USA n4n3rz
4th USA Hall USA Fly Amanita
5th USA Fiction USA Bardull

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Entered as "HeatMister".

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