I wrote some new profiles for some of the classic monsters from the DOOM franchises and posted them up in a thread not too long ago, and I was wondering if you could evaluate them at some point when you have time. Ant advised me to look for members knowledgeable on DOOM, and I remembered your name from the last time I went looking for people.
The profiles are based on the current scaling for the verse, so that's where the majority of the ratings on the profiles come from.
UPDATE: We've come to a sort of conclusion on the thread, but there are a couple of disagreements and we'd like your opinion on things. Ant mentioned you by name, so I figure you can give a fair ruling.
Just do the feat I linked in the comments it's 100x more reliable. I understand your point about how both bullets and lasers look like white/yellow streaks when they aren't shown in slow motion but bullets don't make "pew" noises like that gun did. They make sonic booms.
You were the one to make Leviathan's profile for the Endbringers. I've noticed that your reasoning for their core having Multi-Continent Level dura is that the author says Saitama could break it with a punch.
Ignoring that this would mean the core would be planet level with Saitama's changes since then, Is it really acceptable to use the author's WoG comparing to other franchise's characters when creating profiles? Wildbow says things like Leviathan being faster than Post-Crisis Superman (MFTL+) when underwater, and that doesn't seem right to me.
The WoG explicitly addresses Saitama's feat, he wasn't just going "uhhhhhhh well I think Saitama can do it". He said someone that could redirect a planetary attack would be able to destroy their core, and then someone said it was only surface wiping to which he said that would still be able to do it.
The Superman WoG wasn't intended as "He's faster than Superman", just as a general comparison of how the speed tiers are in-universe.