| Player Information
||Caviar Napoleon Marquises-Acampado
|| December 2, 1992
| Alternate IDs:
|| Ehrgeiz, dredg, EnDerr
Caviar Napoleon "Stellar" Marquises-Acampado, previously known as "EnDerr", is a Filipino Zerg currently playing for Mineski.
Prior to playing StarCraft II, Stellar was a notable premier Filipino StarCraft Brood War player who began competing at the young age of 12.
 Wings of Liberty
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Stellar participated in many major offline events in Philippines. In October 2010, he participated in the very first Philippine StarCraft II LAN tournament, Alienware MPGL SC2 LAN, winning first place after defeating Alvin "Morvhin" Ibasco in the finals. In March 2011, PCX and Mobius hosted their first SC2 tournament, PCX-Mobius Power Cup 1, where Stellar got eliminated early by eventual champion, Paolo "Jabito" Javier.
In April 2011, Stellar participated in the PCX-Mobius Power Cup 2 to try out his skill once again. Stellar got knocked out midway by Nigel "zIM" Zalamea. One week later, Stellar made his presence felt by everyone in the SEA competitive scene by winning SEA Masters Cup 2. He took down RedArchon 2-1, Beethoven 2-1, JazBas in the semifinals 2-0 and then followed by Maltiso with a 3-1 in the finals. Another week later, he redeemed himself of his past failures by taking the gold in the AZK StarCraft II Open tournament where he met JaBiTo again in the finals.
 World Championship Series
 2012 WCS Southeast Asia Nationals
On July 29th, 2012, Stellar participated in the World Championship Series 2012 Southeast Asia. After defeating JaBiTo in round one, Stellar fell to RedArchon in the second round and fell to the losers bracket. After overcoming JaBiTo again, he met RedArchon in the finals and won with a score of 2-0, 2-1.
 Intel Extreme Masters
 IEM Season VII Singapore
Having fought his way through the Open Bracket Stellar would make it to the group stage. Here he lost all of his games, going 0:5 (1-10 on maps), finishing his group in last place and being knocked out of the tournament.
- Got his previous handle from the song Ender by the band Finch.