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Description: Even base level characters can battle boars, as stated by lore/Revario can generate low-tier Earthquake by punching the ground, which leaves visible cracks/The Mentors can collectively destroy the city of Raslan
Brief Feat Description: Calculates the KE and lifting strength of Medaka moving the school. Due to her pulling it on borderline microscopic strings the one in the comments also calcs the durability she would need to avoid being cut by them as she pulled the building.
Description: Charles Darwin is punched by God, Marie Curie disintegrates/atomizes a bunch of Nazis, and Albert Einstein dodges lasers.
I plan to start adding more profiles for the verse if this gets accepted. It's an awesome series that could use some love from this site (also I donked up when making the pages myself, so I want to update AP stats).
Description: The Protagonist pilots their Kinetopede around a star in less than 2 days. This scales to basically everyone except the absolute god tiers and extreme low teirs for their speed. Basically completely necesary to make proper pages for the verse
Priority: 1 (These calculations will literally define the verse. There's a handful of them that explain every tier's AP and speed, for four separated tiers within the verse)
Verse: Enter the Gungeon
Description: There's a lot. Firstly, I've gotten speed by comparing the player's speed to the speed of bullets, and doing the same thing for the Lich. AP wise, we've done KE for the Lich, pulverization values based on a gun, PSI constriction for one of the bosses, a pillar-busting feat for another boss, an explosion feat for the High Dragun, and... that might be it.
Description: This isn't strictly a calc but I'd like someone to evaluate that the reasoning I've done for a character's speed is correct as this will help determine ratings for potentially a lot of profiles to be created.
Name of the Verse/Character: No Verse in particular
Brief Description: Energy needed to do varying damage to the Cloud Gate in Chicago, I thought since some verses may take place in real life calculating the destruction of a landmark may be a feat used in various series.
Feat Discription/Context: During Gunzou's battle against U-2501 of the Scarlet Fleet, he has Iona fire the Auxiliary Super Graviton Cannon, destroying the Milchkuh Fog supply submarine and creating a huge hexagonal hole in the North Pacific Ocean visible from space. Upgrade from Mountain Level to Large Country Level.