Stumble upon it in the Recent Activity page and it looks astonishing, however, Im guessing its main purpose is to "Composite" all warframes into a single page, altough I see why, I feel like its better to keep them as separate profiles, as Warframes are (Canon-wise) their own beings (Ex. Chroma, Inaros, that one Mirage which went into a rampage, Limbo, Nidus, etc...), which the Tenno can take control of and mutate into "suits".
The page itself would of course still be published as is super useful for explaining the Warframes and its abilities, so it would still co-exist with the rest of the individual profiles, it would work like the Verse-specific abilities, but in this case it would be for armor/weaponry.
They are their own beings, hence why they are separated by their unique abilities, but I'm not finished with it yet.
Given the state of Warframe and how neglected it is here, coupled with the fact that it is always changing, keeping everything to one page is much cleaner that having 42 pages of different frames with minor differences (see Unique Abilities)
If we keep them separate, that means we have 42 (and more coming) copy and paste pages with a singular gimmick separating them, most people would say it isn't worth the hassle having to update each individually after a singular revision. Keep in mind that they can also duplicate each other with Specters, meaning a fight will suddenly have two different frames.
Also, the page isn't meant to be a composite in a traditional sense, I plan on specifying on the page that if you plan on using a Warframe for a battle, specify which one.
So, since you are interested in Netflix profiles, I actually found a feat that might upgrade Trevor to 9-A
In this fight, in the end when he hits the whip on that bat, he and the demon priest took that massive explosion without many problems
It scales to his ap since he was capable of hurting the priest moments before and it makes sense with his fights against Alucard (Since Alucard doesn't fully scale to Dracula, this would make him "At least 9-A", which fits perfectly) and Dracula (since he took 2 direct hits from him)
See, it's not a direct hit, but the fire ball creates a shockwave, strong enough to destroy a wood door that it's meters away from it, if you see in slow motion, you'll see that the door explodes then Trevor appears
Think, what energy is necessary to destroy the wood door from meters away ? The energy that Trevor took is even higher because unlike the door, he was right in front of it, and the energy gets weaker as it dissipates
And destroying a wood door in its most basic method is already 9-B
Admittedly, 9-A Trevor would make the scaling a little smoother, granted Alucard was stomped by a character at 1.07 tons, it would mean Alucard backscales to lower 8-C, but still rests comfortably above Trevor. (Dracula >>>> Alucard >>>> Trevor)
9-B does make Trevor does make him look like a pushover, but is fitting considering he's about skill and dirty tactics, he's a hunter, not a warrior.
Trevor should just be 9-B as it isn't contradicted, until a calculation solidifies a tiering.
So, I'm thinking on making more profiles for Netflix Castlevania, going to make a thread about this, so... do you have anything that you want to be discussed ? Then I add in the CRT and we don't have to create more or keep editing the OP
Don't worry, even if I make one for Gaibon, I won't add resistance to Holy Manipulation, actually, about the whip, I know we agreed to wait for the next season, but if anything changes about it, I'll add your version of it, after thinking a bit, using only one scene where the whip appears to not implode someone doesn't make much sense, since errors or not-much-clear animation happens
We'll need the Morning Star exploding against humans to keep my theory, for example, and I don't think that's going to happen, if you saw the trailer, you'll see that Trevor was apparently fighting them with his fists and sword, even with the whip on his hands, so probably the whip against humans works as a...whip, like against the priests, still useful for combat, but not as Deadly as it is against monsters
But anyway, I remember that you said that the Leather Whip didn't lolz Alucard because he wasn't unholy via being half human, considering that, could we scale the whip AP to him ? What do you think ?
Btw, that old dude in the poster, who looks like the Librarian, it's actually Saint Germain, confirmed. That adds a lot of hax if his duty is the same from the games
Alucard wasn't that hurt by the whip and was only testing Trevor, the whip just scales to Trevor's AP.
There's also the fact that Alucard is <<<< Dracula, him being at Dracula's tier is kind of wonky when you know that Dracula stomped him twice when he didn't even want to kill him and he did in fact need help with Dracula's attack.
I'll elaborate a little more on it by saying that Philip performed his feat before receiving his transformation and blessings from the Entity, so he'd logically be weaker than himself as the Wraith or any other killer the Entity has empowered.
Would you like me to put a link to the video mentioned on both profiles? Or have simply have it written this way:
Attack Potency: Building level (Comparable to the Jester, who is able to kill the Dragon, a creature of very large stature), likely higher (Considered to be a threat to Sumner, who is considerably stronger than the heroes)
Actually, Basic is simply 9-C, it's just that I gave the Serial Killer the rating it does because of the fact he wins during a stalemate with the Godfather.
Keepi in mind that those with a Basic defense are already immune to small arms fire on their own, no matter how many attempts on their life happen within the same night, they will recieve no harm. Hence the durability I listed.
Anything onward should be in the 9-B range, given that those with a Basic defense are completely helpless to their attack.
Although, hax abilities like the Jesters don't function on the physical level, and should be best left at Unknown.
Unstoppable should be 9-B, possibly higher. Remember that the Juggernaut when fully powered up is Unstoppable, and when he clashes with Pestilence (a character with a Powerful attack value), their clash causes the ground to shake throughout the entire town.
In regards to the Serial Killer, yes he is, as the Arsonist wins a stalemate because of his Unstoppable value with Basic defense, and a Werewolf would win if a Full Moon was the upcoming night because of his Powerful attack value with Basic defense.
His rating comes from the fact that he overpowers another character with a Basic attack and defense value should they come to a stalemate.
Okay, so with Unstoppable being 9-B, possibly Higher....are Juggernaut and Pestilence the only ones who get the possibly higher with Unstoppable? Cause...you didn't give possibly higher to Arsonist. Not to mention Jailor is also "Unstoppable"
However, I don't think it's necessary to give pages to every single character, as some have no value in a debate and it would simply be copy/pasting with a different ability, which seems rather excessive.
I suggest just making profiles for those that have combat value, someone like the Executioner simply does nothing in the context of this forum.
The feat comes from the Juggernaut during his clash with Pestilence, their blows cause the whole town to shake and the ground shudder beneath everyone's feet as they sleep.
This only scales to the Juggernaut and others with the Unstoppable attack stat, as an interaction with the Werewolf would not cause this despite him sharing that same attack stat with Pestilence, meaning it seems to only come from the output of the Juggernaut himself.
Yes, I had been thinking that as well. Any effort to complete the verse would be appreciated and surely a calculation would be helpful.
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