Technically no, but part of that is because our description for High 3-A is a bit odd. We mostly seem to base it on if that 4-D power can create/affect realms of higher-end but not quite universal Tier 3 size or if said power is shown as completely above normal 3-D power.
This is the reason why stuff like creation of daemon planets in 40k is considered 5-B base and not High 3-A base.
Though the Abyss forming things out of "sins" seems kind of weird from a lore perspective considering it represents unstructured chaotic evil, while more specific and structured stuff falling under the category of "sins" has usually been Nine Hells territory.
Then again, Mal has usually been shown as one of those weird, different demon lords like Graz'zt, so whatever.
Hm. That's a bit of a pain. Should this quote apply to all demon lords, though?
Mal's "sin" was mentioned specifically, but if demons are supposed to be abstract in nature, this seems like it would further support statements from such adventures like Dead Gods, where we're told demon lords like Orcus abandon/do not actually have a physical form.
I would say we could also go by what's listed on the gods' pages, but Vecna, Asmodeus, Lurue, Labelas, Odin, and Zeus seem to have Type 2, Shar has Type 1, the Raven Queen has no specification, and Moradin, Lolth, Corellon, Gruumsh, Wee Jas, Re-Horakhty, and Ao don't seem to have it at all.
Probably good to first establish if all these entities have a similar type of abstract existence, or if there are some differences depending on where they originate in the multiverse/their divine rank/their domain/etc.
Yeah. Azathoth said (in the undertale edit history) that it is currently outdated. And a lot of what he said has been debunked now anyway. Im trying to get a ctr done soon, but would you rather have some of that content revision to be put into a blog depending on what is accepted?