Hey mate I was wondering for your input on this match. Everyone bar one person seems to think bond wins and that’s fine but I’d like to here your take on it if you have spare time. If not I completely understand :)
Alright, so the God Tiers in Fairy Tail have always been a huge point of contention, for everyone in the site, we have discussed it before and for some reason it hasn't been dealt with yet, even a year after the topic was initially brought up, people have been unsatisfied with the results he have done, and they keep trying to revise the ratings, and for some reason, no one can come to an agreement, these constant revisions have made the two most dedicated Fairy Tail Admins abandon the verse as a whole, I've suggested compromise and yet still, people don't wish to, so I'm reaching out to Staff Members to settle this, FOR THE LAST TIME EVER, and then I suggest a ban on the topic, because this is the 5th Time we're doing this discussion, I would be very much appreciative if you could give your neutral opinion and help settle this
The first part of the feat is legitimate. He's standing there and in seconds multiple trees pop out of the ground and the shot backs up, Revealing the forest growing rapidly.
The second part with the massive vines wrapping around the planet was simply a vision of of his presence covering the planet. We know that part actually didn't happen because you don't see any large vines come from Undergrowth or see them extending from Amity Park which was Undergrowth's location.
It's also indicated in the in the thread I created about Undergrowth's regeneration that he created the original plant life on Earth but we didn't have a timeframe. However it's revealed in a later episode that Undergrowth is more of a threat to the entire Ghost Zone than Vortex who is Sub-Reletavistic so Undergrowth's spread speed isn't outrageous.
If the calculation is acceptable to you I can create the thread discussing the feat and why it's legit.
I know you're a retired calc member but I saw you did two calcs for two different characters that created a large amount of plant life in a given timeframe. I was wondering would you be willing to do one for Undergrowth?, The character I'm currently doing revisions for.
If so, I have a video of the feat and a timeframe but if you aren't interested it's all good. Also if I sound rude or anything negative I apologise, I just woke up out of my sleep.
Well he can move the all the plants he creates. Like when he sent a river of vines down a street and control enough to take up an entire sewer system to where his vines ended up bursting out of the manholes and could create and control entire building size duplicates of himself. He even could increase his size to that off a Skyscraper when he chased Danny up into the clouds.
He never finished creating his entire forest. It reached across the entire US in a short timeframe but he's never shown to move it in it's entirety, just large parts plant life. However his consciousness and will are in all the plants so he should be able to.
If that's not enough then no, he hasn't shown to move his entire forest. He just was going to spread it across the planet quickly.
Well if he can move any given piece of it, I think he could move all of it. Should be relatively easy to do, although I have to finish some other things before I can attend to it. A calc member should be able to do it, especially if it’s a copy of my methodology.
What you said about sufficiently advanced AI made me want to talk to you about the subject. One of my OCs is revealed to be an android and she questions if she actually has a soul and if the emotions that she has are real, which influences her relationship with her boyfriend, who's another artificial being (a clone rather than an android).
Yeah that’s a really good character trait. Really grounding and relatable. If I was the one writing it I would have a major decision she makes reflect that fear. It’s food to have a character with interesting traits but it won’t mean much if it isn’t interwoven into the story or used in a meaningful way.
It I were writing it, I would have her let someone she cares about die in order to protect her own life because of that fear. After seeing that weakenss and being disgusted with herself over it, she could get the courage to accept uncertainty, since she won’t live forever anyway.
You're making me really happy that you like it this much. Despite the fact that she's bordering on a primary and secondary character, being the seventh-man of the team, she has grown to be my favorite character. I definitely plan to adapt on her. The thing about her is, she doesn't know this at first, thinking she's just a cyborg. She has to have the news broken to her (by her boyfriend no less, who's the main male lead) which sends her into an existential crisis. This also makes her realize that she probably can't have kids, which winds up being true.
A character realizing that he/she is not what he/she thought and having to work through the ramifications of it is certainly a compelling idea in the first place, and that alongside it being a cyborg that worries about her existence's security makes it really good.
So I'm guessing the setting is space considering the sci-fi elements?
Yes, the android is very much military, being part of this verse’s equivalent to S.H.I.E.L.D. The rest of the main cast...kinda? They work with the agency when it’s mutually convenient, but they’d never say they were part of it, especially given when there’s a SHIELD, there’s a HYDRA...
The way I see it, at least, I think Androids who can question it have a soul, simply because they have the will to think it. They think, therefore they are.
I mean, this doesn't apply to my verse in the slightest, where neither tech that advanced exists nor can inorganic material have something designed for organic beings, but, it's just something I like to keep in mind.
What I don't like is when they try to make entire movies and games about this one simple question with an extremely simple answer, and then proceed to have little to no other forms of substance
Okay, there's more then that, but it was so glaring I couldn't necessarily see the other qualities about Automata
Pretty much every basic idea has already been done before. It doesn't make it a bad topic if it gets covered more than once if it is done right. It's better than having a bland protagonist with no negative feelings or conflict.
His name is Seth Masterson. He's the lead role alongside main female protagonist Delia Rousseau. He's a clone created by the previously mentioned agency with amnesia. Given that for as long as he remembers, he's been raised by a guy who wants to eat him (long story), he's developed social ineptitude. He's very blunt, deadpan, and aggressive. He's the co-leader of the team, not because of killer strategy, but partly because of being the co-founder and the one who commands the most amount of respect. His arc revolves around just growing as a person, being able to find a true family in his team, as everything previously has only done him harm.
She's a realistic android, yes. There's this thing called Bio-Hephaestium, which is an offshoot of Hephaestium, the macguffin metal of my verse (think Vibranium (enough with the Marvel references, Cal...)), which essentially makes her a synthetic body that reacts well with other technology to the point of borderline technopathy. She's a cyborg because not only was there not enough to complete her body and therefore her arm is actually metal, but because in order to sync her up more with her weapons, she has electronics running through her system.
Ah so it's almost like the T1000. Not my personal preference when it comes to androids tbh. I like androids that have fibres that mimic muscle with metal reinforcement underneatg realistic synthetic skin.
I was thinking more like ol' bug boi Cell but yeah, T-1000 is a good example too. I was thinking of making her more metallic, but I felt that would take away from her humanlike qualities. See, she was originally going to be the only normal human in a group full of superhumans and made up that gap through her technology and enhancements, but I fell in love with the android idea and relegated that position to someone else.
Though, she will eventually be made of nanobots, so that's a thing.
The reason I don't like the macguffin metal/nanobot androids is because it seems less realistic. And I think you could make a decently human-like robot with a more believable anatomy (muscle fiber mimicking-material, bone-like metal framework interwoven into a more organic-looking organ system/robotic power+operating system).
This Zero? A too metal for me. My personal preference is an android that looks completely human, but has metal/synthetic internal structure. Bishop from Aliens is a pretty good example, although he's a bit too... milky... for my taste.
There’s one. She’s a time displaced girl from a Babylonian-like society. She has no powers, no enhancements, anything. She doesn’t even speak English. She just has a really interesting weapon. It’s a halberd where’s the axe Blade is Absolute Zero while the spear is below it, making infinite heat. I have to waive some stuff off as fiction to pick it.
If you meant as in purely born on earth, yeah. Three of the six main cast are perfectly human with no other blood mixed in them. They have powers, but they’re perfectly human.
I really don’t, but it’s no different than a normal spear. She still needs to pierce the person to do damage and it gives an excuse for a 9-B to be hurting High 4-Cs. If she were fighting another normal human, there’d be no difference between getting pieces by the tip of her halberd and any other halberd. Unless I’m wrong because if I am, feel free to tell me.
Also, what’s absolute hot? Is that what you’re theorized to get if you go under ABZ? Because that’s what I was trying to get.
Absolute hot is the theoretical maximum amount of heat energy that can be contained within a location before physics fails to account for the temperature. Negative Temperature is super weird and counter-intuitive and I don't really get it at all, but Negative Temperature apparently is "hotter" than absolute hot despite it not being "hot" at all.
It's weird stuff.
Also for reference Absolute Hot would be 1.4x10^32 Kelvin, so it's basically planet busting even on a minute scale.
I got my problems with TES's lore as well. It's not that I think it's wrong, just that it seems so...pretentious. Like, you know how Rick & Morty comes off? Put that on steroids and you get my view on TES's (and being honest, every 1-A verse sans Marvel's and Tenchi Muyo's and maybe DC's) lore.
Eh, I think it's fine, it's just I really hate how I get gangbanged with 1-C armor or something with the excuse they automatically have everything equipt at once because they're a cosmic anomaly or something
legit, with how it's fluid Canon works, I could literally make a page where SCP 682 Resists everything on the planet on a 1-A scale, say "everything used here I consider Canon" and literally nothing on the page would be wrong, unless I'm wanking the stories used themselves.
I mean, in my verse, Soul Manipulation is literally the one hax that is actually capable of ending any fight with how absolutely ludicrous their regen is via magic, which basically flips off any and all durability negation methods.
I just find soul manipulation a disturbing concept most of the time. The idea that an normal entity can determine the fate of an eternal self is nightmarish to me. Worse than existence erasure imo; at least one prevent eternal suffering.
It’s basically just undoable for me since the optimal choice in that world is suicide as fast possible. Kill yourself in this life to make sure no one strips you of eternity. Living isn’t worth the risk.