I think when a character has a feat of a certain level which they performed with an unknown amount of effort it`s considered at least [Insert feat tier], possibly higher (See Osse), and those who scale are likely [Insert feat tier].
If so, the only change would be in island 2, with everyone upgraded to "At least High 7-A, possibly higher."
How is Daffy Duck Tier 4-C when Bugs Bunny is only Tier 5-A?
I mean, Duck Dodgers Daffy Duck, I could see being on par with or beyond Bugs Bunny, depending on the storyboard; however, to my recollection, simple Daffy Duck has never shown a feat beyond Bugs Bunny.
I was not suggesting a canon-comic scaling. I was scaling Sigma to Pre genesis wave sonic (4-B from his own universe feats) and removal of High 6-A megaman since he did a perfect reset on his universe.
pre genesis wave sonic (4-B) = Worlds collide megaman (4-B) = Worlds unite megaman (4-B) due to perfect reset < Sigma-2
This would also mean pre genesis sonic (4-B) = post genesis sonic (4-B).
The first thing that is important to remember is that although the powerscaling is different within the Megaman comics, the story is about the same however as canon. remember this as you read the statement below.
With that out of the way even if you believe that unite Megaman is High 6-A off him only being a post Megaman 3 Megaman, while collide megaman is 4-B off a post Megaman 10 Megaman, you would then have to believe that Megaman followed this same tier upgrade structure (during some unfortionatlly unexplained event) since (in terms of Archie megaman verse) BOTH world's collide megaman and world's unite megaman were perfet resets. (the 1st being off chaos control, the second being off a perfect gun shot reset (except where ONLY Wily and classic megaman remember what happened.)) The Megaman X timeline happens (ONLY in terms of story (not powerscaling)) almost exactly as the games have it. Meaning the Sigma of the comics has to be greater than collide megaman, even after the genesis wave reset, since in terms of STORY, Mega Man < or = to Sigma.
This leads to nasty scaling, but the timeline only makes sence this way.
That makes sence for sonic, but not for Megaman because Megaman's chaos control did not fail, unlike sonic's. Are you trying to say that even a true reset (in where everything happens the same) resets the powerscaling. If not, please further explain your point.
The pic that replaced in the tabber doesn't relate with the key of Young Blade: the Blade from the previous pic is a teenager, and at that time he controlled more his powers; meanwhile, the current one is just a child (10 years old or so) from the flashback that ocurred when Arclight and Blade collide, and didn't showed any power at that age.
Maybe I should rename it as teen or teenager Blade rather than young to avoid confusion.