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  1. IcySoapy

    Tournament Results for Pokkén DX Season 1

    Tournament Brackets SoCal Regionals (9/16~16/17) Dreamhack Denver 2017 (9/20~22/17) GTX 2017 (9/21~10/1/17) Revolution 2017 (09/06/17) Final Boss 2017 (10/28~29/17) Burst Attack @ Thalia Beach (11/4~5/17) Nec 2017 (12/15~17/17) Frosty Frausting X (1/19~20/18) Gensis 5 (1/19~21/18) AU Qualifier (1/??/18) Calyptus Cup (1/20/18) Winter Brawl 2018 (2/24~25/18) Final Round 2018 (3/16~18/18) NorCal Regionals 2018 (3/30~4/1/18) Respawn 6 (3/31~4/02/18) Burnside Brawl (4/21/18) SwitchFest 2018 (4/21~22/18) BAM10 (5/18~20/18) Battle of Castelia (5/19/18) Momocon 2018 (5/24~27/18) Combo Breaker 2018 (5/26/18) DreamHack Austin 2018 (6/1~3/18) Sheffield Qualifier (6/17/18) Internats 7/6~8/18 Defend the North 2018 (7/20~22/2018) Evo 2018 (8/3~5/18) Last Chance Qualifier Pokemon World 2018 (8/24~26/18)
  2. Here are some stats for the North American Internationals. PLAYER STATS ThankSwalot and Toasty both continue their own streaks of placing top 8 in every tournament they have attended this season. ThankSwalot placing 1st at NA Internationals and Toasty placing 3rd in NA Internationals. ThankSwalot previous placings: 7th Place Final Boss 2017 2nd Place Burst Attack @ Thalia Beach 5th Place Frosty Frausting X 2nd Place Winter Brawl 2018 2nd Place Final Round 2018 1st Place Norcal Regional 2018 1st Place Combo Breaker 2018 7th Place DreamHack Austin 2018 Toasty previous placings: 4th Place Final Boss 2017 1st Place Burst Attack @ Thalia Beach 4th Place Frosty Fraustings X 5th Place DreamHack Austin 2018 This is Shadowcat's first appearance in Top 8 placing 5th. His notable matches being his lose to Oreo (1-2) in Winners Round 3. In losers before Top 8 Shadowcat beat Maverick (2-1), Cooljake (2-0), & Twixxie (2-0). In Top 8 Shadowcat lost to ThankSwalot (1 - 3). Oreo also had his best placing at NA Internationals at 5th Place. Oreo's previous placings: 13th Place at Final Boss 2017 13th Place at Frosty Frausting X 25th Place at Winter Brawl 2018 7th Place Burnside Brawl 7th Place Battle of Castelia In bracket Oreo beat ShadowCat (2-1) in Winners Round 3, then loses to Allister (0-2). Then in Loser's, Oreo beat Zyflair (2-1), TheMuscle (2-1), and Double (2-1). In Top 8 Oreo lost to Mewtater (1-3). Oreo as a player has seen a steady climb over the season with a dip at Winter Brawl. He a player to keep a eye since he inching closer in placements. Double and Twixxie both placed 9th place at NA Internationals. This is the first time for both players did not be in Top 8 this season. Double's previous placings: 2nd place at DreamHack Denver 2017 3rd place at Burst Attack @ Thalia Beach 2nd place at Combo Breaker 2018. Twixxie's previous placings: 1st place at DreamHack Denver 2017 5th place at Final Boss 2017 4th place at Burst Attack @ Thalia Beach 5th Place at NEC 2017 2nd Place at Frosty Frausting X 1st Place at Winter Brawl 2018 1st Place at Final Round 2018 1st Place at Battle of Castelia 2nd Place at DreamHack Austin 2018 SUPPORT STATS In Top 8 there were 9 different support sets used over 44 games. In these 44 games there is 88 chances for a support set to make a appearance when we include both player 1 and player 2 side. Togekiss / Rotom has had the most appearances of all the support sets. In these appearances there are two instances where this support mirrored itself. The first mirror being in game 4 of Shadowcat vs Allister in Losers Round One of Top 8. Where Shadowcat played Braixen with Togekiss / Rotom and on the other side Allister played Mewtwo with Togekiss / Rotom. In all 3 of the rounds in game 4 both players used Togekiss for all 3 rounds. The second mirror was in the set between Mewtater and Oreo in Top 8 Losers Quarter Finals. Mewtater and Oreo both used Togekiss / Rotom for the entire set. Togekiss was used for every round except in games 1, 2, and 3 where Mewtater used Rotom in the last round of those games. Where as Oreo stuck with Togekiss for the entire set. Togekiss / Rotom was used for a total of 64 rounds. Togekiss was used for 51 rounds (roughly 80% of the total rounds). The characters (players) that used Togekiss include: 10 rounds w/ Braixen (Shadowcat) 41 rounds w/ Mewtwo (Allister, Oreo, Mewtater) Rotom was used for 13 rounds (roughly 20% of the total rounds). The character (players) that used Rotom include: 4 rounds w/ Mewtwo (Mewtater) 9 rounds w/ Empoleon (ThankSwalot) The other support set I wanna make note is Emolga / Fennekin. This set did not have any mirror matches but it did the 3rd most use of the support sets. Emolga / Fennekin was used for a total of 36 rounds. Emolga was used for 24 rounds ( 67% of the total rounds). 4 Rounds w/ Lucario (Toasty) 11 Rounds w/ Braixen (Shadowcat) 5 Rounds w/ Sceptile (Toasty) 4 Rounds w/ Mewtwo (Mewtater) Fennekin was used for 12 Rounds ( 33% of the total rounds). 8 Rounds w/ Lucario (Toasty) 4 Rounds w/ Sceptile (Toasty) The main thing I want to highlight is not the characters it was partnered with but how often it was used against ThankSwalot. Emolga / Fennekin was used 27 rounds against ThankSwalot. Which is 75% of the total rounds. There were 19 Rounds of Emolga and 8 Rounds of Fennekin against ThankSwalot. Toasty used Emolga / Fennekin in the Winners Final set versus ThankSwalot where he used both support Pokemon. Shadowcat used Emolga / Fennekin in his set against ThankSwalot, but he only used Emolga against ThankSwalot for the entire set. Mewtater used Emolga / Fennekin for 2 of the 3 games he played against ThankSwalot. He used only Emolga in those two games. Game three he swapped to the Togekiss / Rotom set. The last 9 rounds of Emolga / Fennekin where used against RoksoTheSavage. Toastyer used Sceptile with Emolga / Fennekin against RoksoTheSavage for 4 games. On a small note for the support sets Umbreon / Espeon & Mew / Celebi. Espeon and Celebi both saw zero play. Allister's Suicune and Mewtater's Mewtwo only used Umbreon in the respective sets. Then Toasty's Decidueye only used Mew for it's respective set.
  3. Updated to LCQ/Worlds 2018. Player(s) Added: Bim?, Bangi, TaruTaro, Haruyuki, Subutan, Mikukey_Hikari
  4. Just as a heads up, I'll be moving stat posts I made on Twitter to here, so a lot of if will be copy & paste with some edits to make things easier to understand. Here is the head to head for Nebraska for the winter quarter taking from all the Legendary Wolf tournaments and Hypertension Tournament from this Quarter. SirSpudd and Raftsmew273 have the highest win rates in both sets and matches in the Winter Quarter. SirSpudd has a 84% win rate in sets and a 74% win rate in matches, while Raftsmew273 has a 85% win rate in sets and a 76% win rate in matches. Raftsmew273 is the only player to hold a winning record against SirSpudd this quarter. Raftsmew and SirSpudd both have one player match up where they are both even with another player. Raftsmew273 is tied 1 - 1 against SkyRasen and SpirSpudd is tied 1 - 1 against Fiora. A thing to note about Raftsmew273 vs SkyRasen is that Raftsmew273 us actually up matches against SkyRasen 3 - 2. At Hypertension 23 SkyRasen won 2 - 0 in Winners Semi Final where SkyRasen's Machamp beat Raftsmew273's Aegislash. Then Raftsmew273 ran it back in Loser's Final 3 - 0 against SkyRasen. Raftsmew273 Suicune beat SkyRasen's Machamp in Losers Final. On the other hand, SirSpudd is even in matches against Fiora 3 - 3. At Hypertension 22 SirSpudd beat Fiora Blastoise 2 - 1 with Gengar against Fiora's Blastoise. Then at Hypertension 23 Fiora ran it back 2 - 1 losing one match as Decidueye, but winning 2 matches with Braixen against SirSpudd's Gengar. A interesting note is that both these sets happened in Losers Round 3 in their respective brackets. Raftsmew273 and SirSpudd played all their matches at Hypertension22. Raftsmew273 winning in Winners Quarter Final and Grand Final Reset. SirSpudd won the first set of Grand Finals where he reset Raftsmew273. Raftsmew273 won 2-1 in WQF. SirSpudd used Gengar match one and lost then switch to Scizor for matches 2 & 3. While Raftsmew273 used Suicune matches 1 & 2 and swapped to Aegislash match 3. Then in Grand Final SirSpudd reserve swept Raftsmew273 using only Gengar where Raftsmew273 used Aegislash matches 1, 2, and 3 and then using Suciune matches 4 & 5. Raftsmew273 then 3 - 0 SirSpudd in the Grand Final Reset where Raftsmew273 only used Suicune while SirSpudd used Gengar in matches 1 and 2 and game 3 used Scizor. The last thing I want to note is the character diversity in Nebraska using Picano, SKDale, Cilliansoulus, and SorryTag as examples. Nebraska loves to learn and practice different matches, but the main person I want to point out is Cillian. She may not find the most success but it's the Braixen I find interesting. She didn't find much success until she swapped to Braixen, The main thing I want to highlight is the willingness to experiment and use other characters even if you aren't finding success right away. This willingness to learn and experiment does end up leading her to success. Even though her win rates are 28% in Sets and 32% in matches, she has nearly a 50% win rate with her Braixen. Even though there doesn't look like much success initially she is actually improving quite a lot. She finds some of her first successes at Legendary Wolf 5/22 in LR1 against HaruHazu winning his Machamp & Pika Libre using Braixen and then at Legendary Wolf 5/29 beating ET and HaruHazu. Cillian is a player who is on the rise and slowly starting to figure out what she needs to be doing and that makes her a interesting player to keep tabs on.
  5. I'll be moving over stat tweets from my twitter to here so there will be a bit of copy and paste. Here a look at top player placing in Majors and Regionals before the start of internationals. This list includes 76 players and uses North American, European, and Oceanic tournaments from DreamHack Denver 2017 to Sheffield Qualifier.
  6. Just as a heads up, I'll be moving stat posts I made on Twitter to here, so a lot of if will be copy & paste with some edits to make things easier to understand. This is the current head to head for NorCal Pokkén using all the locals we have had for our Spring Quarter. The first thing I would like to make note of is that STDX | Allister has the best overall record with a 73% win rate in sets and 71% win rate in matches, while only holding one losing set record to TimTheToolMan Zyflair is trailing behind him with a solid amount of positive records, but also holds a few even set records against Couch, TimTheToolMan, and Vuvho. He also holds two losing records against STDX | Allister and AqUa iGamer. STDX | Allister has played 5 unique characters in this quarter's locals. The most recent being Aegislash at BA DX 10. STDX Allister's Sceptile has only seen one set this quarter which it lost, It was played against Couch at BA DX7 in Loser's Round 3. Couch won this set using Machamp w/ Whimsicott & Jirachi. Couch did drop the first game where he was using Mew & Celebi as his support set but swapped for matches 2 and 3. The we have Zyflair whose most used character this quarter is Lucario. Recently he has pulled out Sceptile at BA DX 9 & 10. His Sceptile has seen play against IcySoapy, Vuvho, and Nether where it has won all the sets against these players. Having won against IcySoapy's Chandilure, Nether's Gengar & Lucario, and Vuvho's Blastoise. There is another player I want to make note of and that would be FangShaymin (Serena). She holds a really strong win record and has placed 2nd at every local she has attended so far. Her worst player match up being Zyflair. She is 1 win and 3 loses in sets and 4 wins and 10 loses in matches against Zy. If you remove her record versus Zyflair she sees a significant rise in win rate to 78% in sets and 58% in matches. Her match win rate is still lower than STDX | Allister and Zyflair in matches and this is because FangShaymin's sets tend to be longer drawn out. Where as STDX | Allister and Zyflair are much more decisive in their set wins than FangShaymin.
  7. Beach Attack @ Thalia Beach 30 Entrants November 4 - 5, 2017Bracket Results
  8. Final Boss 2017 94 Entrants October 28 - 29, 2017Bracket Results
  9. DreamHack Denver 69 Entrants October 20 - 22, 2017Bracket Results
  10. Pokkén X TOURNAMENT 1 64 Entrants October 8, 2017Bracket Results
  11. Revolution 2017 41 Entrants October 7, 2017Bracket Results
  12. GameTyrant Expo 42 Entrants September 29 - October 1, 2017Bracket Results
  13. SoCal Regionals 2017 34 Entrants September 22 - 24, 2017Bracket Results
  14. IcySoapy

    Sceptile Combo Sheet

    Here is a sheet showing that shows a sizable portion of Sceptile combos. Its still being worked on/added to/updated so expect even more combos on the sheet as time goes on. The sheet is currently for 1.3 but I will be updating for DX as soon as possible. Sceptile Combo Excel Sheet