Actually, I didn't add any link in the last edit, only organized in alphabet order the names and added the Baroque to the list. Although, I should add a minor thing now that a new complement was launched three weeks ago.
If its a "pseudoscientific nonsense" I doubt is worth calculating it. Furthermore, I rerired from calcs long ago if you expect a calculation from me, now I just use eye-balling and encourage common sense.
It's moreso IDK the basic science for it. There is a black hole, and like somehow it was gonna use entropy acceleration to kill the Sun and make it go nova. The Green Lantern reverses the flow of entropy on itself to kill the black hole or something. Is that nonsense or real?
I am not sure if the rest of the calc group would know more scientific stuff like this, sorry
" Although is the usual, is not really necessary the case, few of these powers works under the condition of that they need to kill/destroy the user first."
Do you think this case above on the novel is the usual existence erasure ability which simply bypass your dura and return you to the void via his mere use of focusing his energy from his spiritual body?
Despite how it is described, is seems more like the creature was just reduced to ashes; but I have no context of what is this, so not the better to ask. From this very scene , it seems the Destruction bypass durability, but it depends of how the ability works.
Antoniofer wrote: Despite how it is described, is seems more like the creature was just reduced to ashes; but I have no context of what is this, so not the better to ask. From this very scene , it seems the Destruction bypass durability, but it depends of how the ability works.
He just erase them from the fabric of existence, Monarchs fight and erase beings like that basically.
Once he erase them, they simply die in that fashion and their souls are completely erased and return to the void of the verse where nothing exist.
The ability works like that:
The Monarch touch you, use his energy in his spiritual non corporeal body, once you get that energy in you, you simply disseapears where both your existence, soul and everything return to the void.
For context, that Immortal Ant solder has Low Godly regeneration and immortality type 1,2,3 and 8
Type 8 where his existence is linked to his master, as long as he exist, it is basically impossible for the immortal solder to be destroyed, but Monarchs has existence erasure which bypass that and return any being to the void by force.
‘Just now, the Sovereign of Frost didn’t die when its heart was pierced.’
There was a good chance it’d be the same story for this Sovereign of Plagues, too.
In that case – since he had no idea where this creature’s weakness was, he might as well continue to attack until he found it. Jin-Woo got even closer until he was within touching distance to the Queen of Insects and gripped his shortswords real tight.
The blades rained down like buckshots on the Queen of Insects and turned the creature’s entire body into a torn rag in an instant.
However, the maggots wiggled and tangled with each other inside the monster’s body to quickly restore its body.
It wasn’t a problem, though. If it possessed an ability to regenerate its body, then all he had to do was continuously pour out attacks that surpassed the rate of regeneration. That was all.
Jin-Woo chased after the Queen of Insects being knocked back and activated the skill, ‘Violent Slash’, over and over again.
The ‘Kamish’s Wraths’, carrying the jet-black aura, fired out without a single break like a gun with infinite ammo.
He activated ‘Violent Slash’ with all his might, repeatedly, until he completely disintegrated every little bit of flesh that the Queen of Insects could potentially regenerate.
[You have killed one of the Nine Sovereigns, the Sovereign of Plagues, ‘Querehsha’.]
Term like "entire body turn into a rag in an instant" mean what?
That is basically the Monarchs level of regeneration feat which they all share and the best portrayal of it in the novel
He had to basically disintegrate every little bit of flesh that she had which she could use to potentially regenerate in order to kill her for good.
Is just another word for "cutted into small pieces"; do not seems to have vulnerable points, and it seems that the creature needs help of their servants to regen however. I don't remember the regen levels, just write that example and then take a look at the Regeneration page to write the fitting type.
Both power aren't mutually exclusive, it can be both Poison Manipulation and Corrosion Inducement (actually, is Rot/Decay Inducement, not sure why we call decaying organic matter corrosion). If mere contact is enough to rot away the flesh, it is considered Durability Negation, but if a injure is needed then no.
Antoniofer wrote: Both power aren't mutually exclusive, it can be both Poison Manipulation and Corrosion Inducement (actually, is Rot/Decay Inducement, not sure why we call decaying organic matter corrosion). If mere contact is enough to rot away the flesh, it is considered Durability Negation, but if a injure is needed then no.
No, just a single contact (light tap on the skin) with the blades imbued with the poison produce that effect yes.
So his move is both poison map and corrosion induc which can bypass dura as it rot away the flesh, interesting, thanks
I argued with someone who told me that it doesn't in general (excepted for exception) because deconstruction break something down into smaller part and you can have that result with pure power like kinetic energy and heat which desintegrate the target into oblivious.
Several members seems to agree with his analysis and I admit that he makes sense