I see you were the one whom masterfully calced the Animated versions, greetings I would like to make a request if you don't mind. Remember that Cigarette feat? Well there's actually a different episode in live action where it actually happened again, The difference being while the others there El Chavo, Chilldriana and Doña Glotilde were probably blown away (It didn't look like they had much time to make a run for it.) Don Ramon took more of the impact however it looked less comedic instead much more violent as the impact somewhat pulverized half of the hard wooden desk that was there and dust from the roof is visible among other few damaged objects of the proximity, making it possible this cigarette explosion might be still listed at a slightly higher degree then just street:
(20:54, No I'm not making this up nor was that seemingly massive explosion was edited, It's best to rely on what actually happened rather then the Nuke stock footage.)
Due to the destruction did seem more violent I checked the clip again to be sure there were dense objects that came back to to the ground from being blown away from the impact and the hard wooden desk from earlier did seem smaller or it vanished all together meaning it was fragmented which for this was "9-B." BUT just to be on the safe side I would go for the calc to be fully sure as this too does show a more violent showing environment wise to get a clear rating.
Very VERY LATE Bump... So is this calc dead or?... Also looking back at the clip again I might have exaggerated a tiny bit about the desk but nevertheless that blast still seemed wide spread in some way its just been a long while by now I had the urge to notify once I got reminided again.
I came from THIS thread just to show that my interests are not dead with the series yet just in case you have anything else to say:
I saw you'e one of those who opposed Little Treasure winning against Molecule Man in the Top 5 thread, so here I am to tell you it's big time to defend Molecule Man if you wish to do so, already 7 vs 0 in favor of LT :
I think that there's a general lack of consistency between the offical standard for Tier 0 and most profiles under that category. And that at this point people are just willing to ignore said standard under the argument that "others are wrong too", making the problem worse.
But it's kind of a losing battle, because no one wants to step back from their position of comfort.
The Nuclear Pulse looked like High 8-C to 8-B at most, so this should be consistent. If someone asks, I used Near-Total Fatalities instead of Fireball because the explosion seems to have several "Layers" and this is the smallest one. I simply calculated the distance from us to the center of the explosion and halved that to get the radius.
Is a nice job what you're doing with Chespirito. Thanks as the creator of the profiles and verse, any help is appreciated.
I wanna ask a new calc for this Chapulin Colorado feat. (Chapulin Colorado survived the explosion of a gas cylinder that destroyed a room and made him cross a concrete wall, he also survived this explosion.
I wanna be sure the current rating is fine. thanks
I think it's fine. On the first scene the wall looks quite thin, but it's probably due to the lack of special effects. It's likely meant to be a normal wall.
A gas cyllinder typically contains around 468,608,000 J. Around half of that would turn into a blast I think, so about 234,304,000 J. It's 10x baseline and he tanked it pretty much point blank, so it's most certainly 9-B.
The other is hard to quantify, we only know it broke a door from a distance of a few meters away, But I think the first one is enough to justify the tier.
Yeah, I'm only kinda skeptical at 9-A Chapulin Cylinder because it clearly didn't make such a big explosion. So maybe it was smaller or had less gas or something. But it might be related to special effects too.
I took the number from Wikipedia: "Un tanque de 10 kg de Butano (En España son de 12,5 kg) suministra aproximadamente 4 m³ de gas. Dado que el potencial calorífico es de 28.000 kcal/m³, (12,7 kWh/kg) un tanque contiene 112.000 kcal."