Still, the issue with not using the previous calc is that there was a calc that placed the legendary birds at Small Island level for passively changing the weather, which is higher than the first calc I have linked. Lugia by definition, should be above the legendary birds.
It wouldn't make much sense for Lugia to have a calc that would yield a lower value compared to the legendary birds that can do Small Island level feats without even trying, would it?
Anyways, make a CR thread for it and I'll explain further.
Exactly Large Planet level? To my knowledge, Dark Gaia is the only one who landed in that tier. There's a couple other instances of Planet level destruction being implied, stated or threatened, but not Large Planet level. Note that Large Planet level Dark Gaia came from a calc, though.
Didn't you say you wanted to put together a list of feats, statements, showings, etc. to try and measure the overall power of the Super forms? I can help with that, though not with the classic games, as I've never played most of those.
I'm not sure. Sonic CD of course had different timelines, but the point of the game was to make sure only one of those actually came to pass. There's 06's, but I don't think it even exists anymore. Other than that, though, I was under the impression the games take place over a single timeline.
I'd at least like to stay long enough to finish a few things I started months ago, like making pages for Stella Glow. The problem I keep running into with it is that being a fairly niche and obsure game, the only way I can source feats is by making a bunch of links to an LP (Longplay).
I could start making the pages now, but if I don't link to feats, someone is eventually going to come along and question the statistics, and since I'm probably the only person here who's played the game, if I'm not around, nobody is going to know what to do except probably delete the pages.
Off the top of my head, probably the most notable feats done by a single person are Hilda's Song of Ruin and Veronica's special attack Odin. However, the Song of Ruin may be more hax-based than actual power ("Crystallization" is essentially freezing things in time), and Odin needs a calc to get an actual rating out of it.
Song of Ruin does have some destructive properties, as seen in the small animation of it's effects on Mithra Village early-game, where a large crystal pillar shoots out from nowhere and pierces the roof of a house.
As for Veronica, I'll leave a couple images here to start. I'll have to look for an actual animation of it on Youtube, but to summarize, she puts her glasses in some device, and the scene cuts to the glasses now falling on some forest like a meteor with her acting as a mock reporter in the foreground.