I posted this question on the Q&A board. So far, Crimson Azoth is the only one to weigh in, and I'm not entirely sure if they fully understood my question. I explained it further in the post below theirs. You are a discussion moderator, so I was wondering if you could weigh in with an answer.
A recent battle thread has prompted the need for Inuyasha 's calculations to be reevaluated. What has happened is that the tier, attack potency, durability, and speed do not seem to line up well with his feats in the feats section (which can be viewed by clicking the show/hide button above his skills). On top of that, some of the calculations that were made are outdated due to some of the changes to different calculations recently. Please view the thread to see what is going on in detail.
The calc has two ends; and I believe it was the high end that was accepted. It's the 2.5 Megaton end to be specific which is Low 7-B. Or at least it's the accepted end here; not sure about Naruto Forums, but RavenSupreme would probably be the better one to ask. Though, he hasn't been too active as of late iirc. And his speed feat is this; both ends seem to be equally accepted so far, but the calc is pretty old yes. IunYasha is also much stronger than Totosai yes; so he could be well above the calc.
I am not sure if it will help, but this thread has an on-going debate on the concept of using the word "higher" in tiers, and it looks like the higher end will also need to be calculated since the lower end is already in place. So regardless, Inuyasha's calcualtions do need an update to ensure nothing went wrong and such.
I would like to help, but I am very, very new to calculating things. So far, I have only been able to calculate the absolute minimum of Eleven 's attack power due to the electricity output in the year 1983 being readily available. On top of that, I lack the time needed. I will probably have time around May 10th when I get on summer vacation. College is super demanding, especially calculaus and cybersecurity.
I can tell Raven is pretty good. I am always amazed how he can tanslate pixel height and width into meters and such. It seems so hard to do when I look at it. Then again, I make situations, such as calculating Newton's Method (which is what we just did in calculus and it is a lot easier than I thought), seem bigger than they really are.