So, thanks to the recent comic series, OG He-Man, Filmation Cartoon He-Man, Ruby-Spears He-Man and Live-Action He-Man are all anywhere from 2-C to Low 1-C, with other incarnations (Marvel, Newspaper, Plays, etc) being at least Low 2-C.
It's not an outlier based off a single feat. The comic says all Castle Grayskulls have the ability to create/destroy a universe, which is super consistent with...basically every piece of He-Man media since the 80s. The second or third issue of the He-Man mini-comics straight up said that Grayskull can control the universe, which has been proven to be literal time nad time again.
Nothing really makes 2-A inconsistent. Though Maybe Low 2-C | 2-A for Masters of the Multiverse event (it's not a one-off thing, it's a 6 issue storyline, with consistent characters, so it's worth noting at least.
Look, I rather like Masters of the Universe, so I am not doing this to be a jerk, but because I care about the overall reliability of our statistics. However, it is against our rules and standard conventions to scale from crossovers, especially for a scale infinity x infinity times greater than what has otherwise been established. As such, I would greatly appreciate if you strictly use the feats for each separate continuity in order to scale the characters. Thank you.
But these ARE from the continuities. It's just that He-Man is a shared multiverse with a consistent continuity across all realities. Castle Grayskull has consistently been said to be Low 2-C in most pieces of media, even the live-action movie has Skeletor gaining all the power in the universe after he obtains said power, the comic series just goes the extra step and says all Castle Grayskulls can do that.
All incarnations of He-Man are at least Low 2-C, with Original Filmation and Live-Action being as high as 2-A/Low 1-C.
It's a crossover that is consistent with all the lore. We can't just make a rule and apply to it every single piece of media, that's stupid, not every media plays by the same rules. And it's not an outlier, as I explained twice already.
Heya, sorry to bother, but can I ask your opinion on some topics.
First of all, recently I'vee noticed that when Sombra was brought back, he was threaten to be send back to the "darkness". Could it be some form of immortality? He is the only villain, that was dead many times, after all. I want to hear an opinion of some people before making a CRT.
Secondly and thirdly, could you please leave your input in thesethreads? If it's stomps ore not, who would win.
"Returning to the darkness" here is kinda vague. Grogar could be referring to Tartarus, or even Sombra's home dimension from the Siege of the Crystal Empire storyline, which wouldn't be to out of question since they reference FIENDship is Magic later in Season 9 by name dropping Vorak. So, I don't think we can say it's longevity or immortality I'm afraid.
Hello. I'm currently trying to add a statblock for Pickle Rick with the roach suit, mainly because I indend on using him in a battle and you're listed as one of the Rick & Morty supporters. could you add your input on the thread?
Hi Amelia. Don't mean to bother you, but I have a quick question to ask. I'm currently trying to figure out something related to Doomsday (DC Comics), and I saw on one of Cal Howard's calc threads that one of your calcs related to Superman made him much more powerful than currently accepted. Could you possibly point me to that calc? I'm having difficulty finding it.
Don't worry, you're not bothering me, sorry for not getting to you sooner.
I do not recall making a calculation blog for Doomsday. Maybe it was the Superman sun feat I calculated ages ago? I think I may have done that in the comments of a blog or a forum thread, my apologizes.
So we're having a discussion on this thread about frag, v. frag and pulv. values and apparently it seems that LordXcano before being banned sent you and Assalt something about why they're flawed. Would you mind giving your opinion in this thread just in case things go south real bad?
I've tried to make it clear that my actual mathematical skills are zilch, I just know how to do basic formula's and the like, so I have no real valuable input to give, but if it's more accurate, then I'm for it.
This revision will basically mean we have to rebuild our wiki's standards for destroying stuff from scratch so every calc that uses the current system (BASICALLY anything to do with feats in general) will have to be revised and I'm guessing even our current tiers will fall victim to severe revisions as well.
Aaaaaaand that this new method also relies on assumptions. Which might or might not make it accurate enough to be practical in the long run.