I made this Digimon blog, could you give me a little opinion? PaChi2 thinks it's best for people to give their opinion about whether or not to accept this before the blog is placed on the Digimon page.
Promestein asked me on my wall about this and I took a look again at the calc linked on the Slave I profile. The value for blasting apart the second asteroid appears to be Town level+ but is it for one shot or two shots (because those be fire-linked cannons)? In the Son of Dathomir comic, we see Z-95 Headhunters taking out things like a Kom'rk-class Fighter with a burst from both cannons. Then you have stuff like an Eta-2 Actis-class Light Interceptor or the Ghost severely damaging the hull of a Gozanti-class Cruiser with bursts of fire.
So do we keep the "At least Town level" ratings as they are now? Or do we upgrade starfighter grade laser cannons to Town level+ (the Low 7-C ones will stay where they are).
Great. Always felt the AT-TE mass driver cannon and AT-AT heavy laser cannons on highest power setting should be in the Town level+ range.
Also, forgot to ask:
I found a reference book (albeit now Legends) which states that proton torpedoes and concussion missiles are in the 800 Petajoule (190 Megaton) range. This is consistent with the 100 Megaton Umbaran missiles and Free Virgillia-class Bunkerbuster plasma bombs. Is it okay if I do away with the current "At least 7-A, likely High 7-A" stuff we currently have and just keep the lower end? We see in the canon Heir to the Jedi novel that a barrage of strike fighter grade concussion missiles can't cripple an Immobilizer 418 Interdictor Cruiser but still badly damage the hull.
Dedicated anti-capital grade proton warheads and heavy concussion missiles will stay where they are at High 7-A though. No change there.
Matthew Schroeder wrote:
I guess Samson from the Old Testament is Tier 0 for getting power from Yahweh. Oh wait, he died to a crashing ceiling.
Your power source doesn't matter. That'd be like saying that solar-powered technology is star level for getting energy from the sun.
But the scan did say that TOAA gave Thor the whole of his power.
@Matthew & Seed:
Also, I believe there was a discussion on the superpowers wikia about how an omnipotent being can lend his power to another being making them omnipotent but still remaining omnipotent themselves.
I've messaged a few people about that & I'll post it to you as soon as I can, Just wait for it before giving a final decision.
If you still believe that this whole topic is nonsense then I am willing to drop it.
I was saying the concept of Omnipotence Sharing exists, but isn't part of the tiering system... As we have never directly encountered an example of such a thing before fictionally . It's different than creating an Omnipotent being, which should be impossible, as you are giving access to your full powers to another, but can take it back at any moment, because something shared can be taken back , since it wasn't originally theirs . This sharing can theoretically happen infinitely, due to Omnipotence never running out. You could theoretically have an entire verse that is "Omni-Shared" .
Sorry Matthew ... Very off-topic. I am... Passionate about this topic.