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Hello! I am an avid and competitive super smash bros player and i would seriously like to get better at playing and be able to play professionally someday!

anyone who loves playing smash bros either competitively or casually feel free to add me and post your NNID or Nintendo 3DS FC so other players can see it too! This might not be the right place since its a pc forum... but i hope to be able to play with new people!

My NNID: habisjr

N3DSFC:2981-6043-5174

I hope to be able to add you!

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