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The reason that the gap Low 2-C and 2-C is unquantifiable is due to the 5 dimensional axis. Whether or not a character can breach this is the difference between being Low 2-C and being 2-C. There's no way to measure that and that's why the gap is unquantifiable. That's why a character can be like 9000x baseline Low 2-C and still not be 2-C. 
 
The reason that the gap Low 2-C and 2-C is unquantifiable is due to the 5 dimensional axis. Whether or not a character can breach this is the difference between being Low 2-C and being 2-C. There's no way to measure that and that's why the gap is unquantifiable. That's why a character can be like 9000x baseline Low 2-C and still not be 2-C. 
   
However, once a character is in 2-C, they are able to breach the distance between universes along that axis. Thus, it just comes down to how many times over can they do that. 
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However, once a character shows that they are able to breach the distance between universes along that axis, it just comes down to how many times over can they do that. 

Latest revision as of 01:50, June 26, 2019

Zamasu Chan wrote:

The reason that the gap Low 2-C and 2-C is unquantifiable is due to the 5 dimensional axis. Whether or not a character can breach this is the difference between being Low 2-C and being 2-C. There's no way to measure that and that's why the gap is unquantifiable. That's why a character can be like 9000x baseline Low 2-C and still not be 2-C. 

However, once a character shows that they are able to breach the distance between universes along that axis, it just comes down to how many times over can they do that. 

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