Okay, I have been very bogged down by school work (Calculus and Chemistry) so I only can make and analyze calcs on the weekend, and I think it shows given the last calculation I did was on a school day was pretty poor in quality.
I was wondering if you could do a calc to settle the AP with physical strikes of Spartans. In the cutscene for the opening mission of Halo 5, Tanaka shatters what looks like a room sized boulder with her left elbow. I think it's at least solid 9-A. This would scale to their armour durability and thus their AP and overall striking strength since they can fight with other Spartans.
Don't we use violent fragmentation only for explosive effects (like if a bomb destroyed that boulder)?
And about the AP: As I said above, this should scale to their armour durability and thus their striking strength since Spartans can fight with each other (recall how Locke knocked back John twice and John then overpowered Locke).
Soldier Blue wrote: 9.79 Megajoules is higher end of 9-B. But this is the energy of only flipping over the Wraith, correct? The actual energy of that Ground Pound would be way higher and well into 9-A?
The energy is probably higher
This has to do with the Forerunners, but don't you think we should add Void Manipulation for them? As they use vacuum energy to run.
I added the body slam feat/calc on my MC revisions blog, so 9-A justification for Spartans wearing MJOLNIR? I know it scale too Elites, Brutes, Hunters, and Promethean Lancer Knights once they get profiles.
I too am not familiar with what kind of self-repair capability it has.
Anyway, regarding the Mantle's Approach calc, the results are pretty much what I expected. We've known ever since the Forerunner saga of books that their capital ships can wreck continents with single blasts from their armaments.
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