I would like to request for your help. You see, i'm trying to learn calculating stuffs so i want someone to help me. There's two feats that i want to start with: This and this . How should i calc them?
If you don't want to help me then it's okay, just tell me. Thank you for your time.
So I messaged DDM about problems with mountain feats. DDM didn’t bring up any points and said I should message someone else who might know more about the topic. I’m fine with 2000 feet being the minimum elevation for a mountain’s summit but the big problem is with the height from base to summit.
None of the sources, not even the Ordnance survey claims that 2000 feet is the minimum height from base to summit. I don't know about the whittow source, but we don't even have any scans or whatnot of that. Some random guy on wikipedia could've made that up. In fact, the source that DDM gave actually acknowledges the fact that the Ordnance Survey does NOT account for the elevation of surrounding terrain (at the bottom of the article, but above the comments). This is important because it is a demonstrable fact that most terrain on earth is significantly above sea level. So a mountain with a summit with an elevation of 3000 feet above sea level could actually only be 500 feet tall if the surrounding terrain is 2500 feet above sea level. Obviously you can see the problem there. I might change my mind if you give me even one source that verifiably supports your position. So do you have any sources?
The other calc member vanished, he's likely busy but a second opinion is always good. Is my justification for the speed fine? It's based off actual timeframes and visual evidence and sequencing of events, plus it's extremely conservative anyway. I feel it's a safe and a good approximation given what we know and see, at least till the anime gives us an exact timeframe. As such is this calc ok? If not how would you go about finding the timeframe given the small amount of time that clearly passed between in that scene?
I'd appreciate the help if you would, but of course, it's fine if ya don't.