Hey, it is me again, it is nothing wrong about calcs, but i would like if you put the vallues in pixels of the lines that you used to scale, that way it becomes easier to evaluate and see if teh calc is right
Hey (I know that we both speak Portuguese, but i don't know wich one you would prefer to be talked in your wall), answering some questions, no, you can't make the blogs notify you (yeah, it sucks), and i decided to use just regular frag cause there is not alot of indications for Pulv.
Yes, there is smoke, but the smoke is from the Goblin itself, not from the crater, there is no dust around that says that it was pulved. If it wasn't for the huge chunks, you could make a case for Pulv, but there is alot of it, and one could make the case that the rest of the stones are not in the panel, wich i believe that it is the case.
I'd prefer to keep talking english while on my wall, yes.
With the direction and shape of the impact, i find it very difficult for the rocks to have gone off-screen. I think the huge chunks were more like part of the wall that didn't take the full energy of the impact but rather a fraction of the wall that only absorbed enough energy to be fragmented (since ISL and all that)
I don't think it's possible since for my method to work, i gotta know the measurements, mass and speed of his real-life counterpart, which he lacks. It's possible for giant octopuses and giant elephants but it's not possible for giant humanoid dinosaurs. Insects also don't work for this method.
Interesting. I was actually worried their results would be to extreme, so thankfully your results are far more reasonable. In either respect the Adult version obviously scales well above its Nymph counterpart, so I'll just make a second key for it and put its tier at 8-B. Provided it gets accepted of course.
The only thing I can think of right now is this explosion I brought up a month back. Previously you gave it a value of 94 Gigatons. Assuming that's still correct, what would the potency of just one of these rocks be being flung by that much force?
Of course, but Saitama's punch temporarily halted it in midair before it exploded, so I'd say its KE was basically negated at that point. At least for the most part. So I'd attribute it all to Saitama instead. We already have the Meteor's KE at 4 Gigatons or whatever as I recall.
In the picture, size scaling changes with perspective so let's divide the lenght of the explosion in 3 sections. One is the closest, 2nd is the mid-length and 3rd is the furthest away from our perspective.
For length 1, 1p = 0.16129m so the total 513p of this section equals 82.74m
For length 2, there are 242p. 1p = 0.55207m so it has a total length of 133.6m
For length 3, 1p = 1.5m. It has a total length of 178.04p or 267.06m
We add all of that for a total of 483.34m. Radius of the explosion is 241.67m. Applying the formula we get a total of 1123.82 tons, Low 7-C me thinks.