His gravity hax is not black hole based, as he has forced Mario and himself to take on the gravity of a different planet with a very low gravitational pull (legitimately our smallest mountain has a higher gravitational pull)
Mind just telling me right off the bat what the size of the planet is? I wanna keep my computer as fast as possible, as I'm still editing that godforsaken blog, I have to continue talking about other related Pokemon stuff, and I plan to calc this (Unless I can tell right away that it won't be an upgrade. Then I'll just tell you)
Hmm... I'm gonna need help calculating depth... Or is that just angsizing? Or is that the reverse square law? Or is it called the inverse square law?
Bottom line is, I'm gonna need help. You might still want me, but you might be better off with a better Calc Group Member. KE, destruction values, density, volume and mass, and angsizing are my best bets.
Thank you, my friend XD. Though I do plan to at the very least attempt it, as I still feel guilty about leaving a guy hanging for 2+ weeks on a few easy calcs and just did it yesterday (Or the day before. I forgot).
Also, I may not make a blog, and just tell you what the value came out to be. It makes it easier for me, and if I'm on my phone, I can access my old blogs because I can't access anything off of the first page on User:Blog.
I now hate myself for that Poke-blog I made today. I can't stop typing sorta long and intricate paragraphs with a lot of filler, digression, occasional asides in parenthesis. I'm doing it now. And a lot at that.
Your pokeblog is fantastic, I couldn't bring myself to write as much with such intricity. And yes calcing is a hard work, that's why I have to patient since calcers have other wiki work + real life work to do. You're doing a great work my friend
Actually, now that I have your attention, can you please read my blog here? It's very important and I spent a lot of time on it. It's not calc related, but it's still a heavy one. I'm gonna make a thread on it and highlight it anyway, but getting to you second (Aiden, my parter in this revision was first) is just as important.
To be fair, Super Buu fit that qualification too (to a much much much much much much much much much lesser extent) for universe 7, considering only Hakai or Spirit Bomb users would be able to permanently put him down
So I know we generally don't use Rain Dance for Pokemon Tiers, since in game animations and all, but Imag requested in chat for me to calc Alakazam using Rain Dance in the Anime, which generated a massive rain storm.
Just wanted to ask if you're okay with anime uses of Rain Dance and other Weather-Based moves for Pokemon tiering.