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Noah "Nurse" Stobbe is a professional fighting games competitor from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. His key disciplines are Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, where he mains Captain Falcon and Wario.
In the competitive scene of his region, Nurse is known as a player with a strong style built around fundamentals of Smash. In SSBWU, where he mained Donkey Kong, his signature tactic involved securing grabs and finishing his opponents off with "Ding Dong" move.
According to Smash Wiki, Nurse was formerly ranked 4th on Saskatchewan Smash 4 Power Rankings and 19th on Canada Smash Ranking. Stobbe has taken sets from such players as Tsu, Captain L, Locus, Ragna, DADDYKINS, and Yonks.
Nurse's career in competitive Smash began at Little Smash on the Prairie in 2016 (SSBWU). They played SSBWU in the following years, taking part in such notable events as:
• 2016: Alberta Beat Down 2016 (5th in singles), Canada Cup 2016, The Fifth Angle, 2GGC: Civil War.
• 2017: Evo 2017, Super Smash Con 2017, Smash Bros 4 Charity U of A (the 3rd place), Cascade.
• 2018: Salt Flats 2018, Red River Rumble (7th in singles), SKL Smashfest 2: Presented by IKS Media and the Saskatoon Blades (9th place), Orbitar 61 (5th place), Don't Park on the Grass 2018 (33rd in singles, 13th in doubles).
Since early 2019, Nurse has been playing SSBU. He competed in it at such events as:
• 2019: For Glory: SmUsh vs. Ultimate (17th in singles), SKL Smashfest 4 - Ultimate (17th in singles), Smash Ultimate @ U of A #5 (the 1st in singles), Genesis 6, Frostbite 2019, Tournament Arc Winter 2019: The Saga Continues! (4th in singles), The Nait eSports Invitational 2019 (the 1st in singles), Battle of BC 3 (9th in singles), Smash'N'Splash 5 (81st in singles), Chris's House (the 1st place), Animethon 26 - Tournament Arc Summer 2019 (5th in singles), Chance of Flurries 5 (the 1st place), Play With Heart (17th place).
• 2020: Smash at The Comic Strip: Punching Up (4th in singles), Salt Flats 2020 (7th in singles, the 3rd in doubles), Western Canada Clash (7th place).
• 2021: Salt Flats 2021 Presented by Telus, Zain Weekly: The One Year Anniversary Tournament (the 1st place), and others.