Note: The moon destroying feat Roshi did during the 21st Budokai is often regarded as an outlier at this point of the series when it happened due to stronger characters not demonstrating such a feat until the Saiyan Saga.
The same thing can be said about the 3-A feat in DBS. After BoG we never see a universal feat until infinite Zamasu, who's far stringer than the 3-A feat Gorky did and near the level of the GoDs, just not as strong. Every one and their mother (Piccolo, Gohan, Frost, U6 saiyans, Trunks, etc) scale to 3-A but they can be easily downplayed to 4-B.
The point is, what makes the moon feat different? Especially when there's more backing it up. There's the feat, two daizenshuu statements IIRC, the likelihood of Kami recreating the moon, and Goku and Piccolo not getting that strong during EoDB and Z. Not to mention the King Piccolo's nuclear bomb statement is a statement not a feat, he destroyed a city casually and the calc to the feat doesn't even exist on the wiki.
It's just an outdated rule and double standards if you ask me.
I agree that there seems to be a weird stigma around the feat, even if you remove most of the evidence, you still got the moon feat from roshi, KP's own tier high 6-A - possibly 5-C statement, and a casual 5-C feat by a character not much stronger than the Piccolo Jr. arc vs one 7-B showing.
Wasn't she refering to the netherworld being accessed by removing the boundaries between consciousnesses to create the 'supreme conscious'? I might be basing it off the wrong page tho, mind mentioning which page it was?
Well, I said infinitely expanding 2-A multiverses aren't enough for At least 2-A. An infinitely above 2-A being would be able to destroy well infinite amount of 2-A multiverses, so I'm okay with that being "At least 2-A".
Most of fiction that includes multiverses already function under the diverging timelines idea, hence why an infinitely growing 2-A isn't going to destroy an infinite amount of 2-A multiverses.
According to the reasoning for Kagutsuchi, he also destroyed an infinite amount of 2-A beings in the process, so I'm not sure if that's exactly correct.
OK, I see; on Kagutsuchi's, those 2-A beings are aspect of him.
I think most saw that infinitely expanding 2-A multiverses could be enough for At least 2-A. I think I see your points of view, though. I will say in context with uncountable infinite been a thing and the tiering system being based on size, what you described could also be ground for Low 1-C with good contexts almost like Oryx's case.
I'm aware there is a forum move happening, but this is actually just a small and straight forward fix. Under weaknesses on the Yuya Sakaki (Manga) page, there seems to be a clerical error: "Will eventually one his multiple personalities due to the Adam Factor." Due to the vagueness and odd structure, it needs to be fixed so the meaning is clearer.