What’s your opinion on the current method the site uses to qualify the potency of hax such as Mind and soul manipulation? Where the quantity of ppl that can be haxxed equates into higher potency? Personally I think it’s nonsense.
I think how the hax affects its target matters: Soul Absorption and Soul Destruction are very different, and who resists one not necessarily resists the other one and viceversa. And the extension is also important. For example, a character who can completely destroy a soul is qualitatively better than one who can damage it (like Wraith, for example).
But in most cases, the details of said haxes are never explored, and while I find it quite odd, I consider that affecting two minds at the same time is overall harder than affecting just one.
For the most part I agree with you, I differ in 2 points
1)I’m not particularly neutral. I’m of the opinion that more often than not the site places undue significance on numbers over methodology.
2) I don’t think affecting 2 minds is necessarily greater than affecting 1. Depending on circumstances and the nature of the Mind hax, I could argue affecting multiple ppl becomes more an issue of range rather than potency. Assuming I can mind hax 300 ppl to obey simple instructions, my hax is not necessarily more potent than someone’s hax who does the exact same thing but can only affect 3 ppl at a time at that point it seems a matter of range rather than potency.
When considering normal AP; higher AOE doesn’t technically mean higher AP, fragmentation is far less potent than atomic destruction. I’m of the impression this should be considered more often than numbers.
Because I got a job a week before the quarantine started in my country. Now I'm the only member of my family who has to get out of the house to work, while the months before that I was practically isolated.
Yes, Ant asked me if I really wanted that some days ago. I'm not feeling okay with this either, but with the job now I want to spend the rest of the time working on my YouTube channel. And the wiki usually takes a lot of my attention, but I'm not enjoying it anymore, so it's a painful distraction when once a week I have to see a CRT about a topic settled months or years ago. Or another discussion about something I don't want to talk about. And I don't want to despise the discussions if they talk about my favorite manga, or else I will contaminate my perception of it.
I had a mental breakdown in January when something like that happened during a time where I wasn't having the best of my life. What was supposed to be a hobbie to distract me really hurted me.
I had a pause at that time, not too long in term of how much time I was disconnected but how much active I was. And that attittude started becoming more and more usual.
But I felt bad for leaving my responsabilities aside, and after thinking it for some days I decided to simply quit from my staff position and from overall discussions to not be a name in a list that I don't deserve to be at.
Now I notice that I could have written this in the resignment post. If anyone ask, show them this.
Oh. I'll obviously not force you to stay staff if you are not feeling up to it. Real life is the most important thing and you don't have to feel bad for focusing on it more than the wiki. I know the wiki can be pretty stressful at times, but often times, taking a little break really helps, so you could try that if you want.
My apologies for not removing your staff position until now. I did not know that your real life situation was so serious.
For what it is worth, I will miss having you around. As you know, One Piece is my favourite comicbook and you have been my go-to guy for that, although I am sorry about dumping such arguments on you to the extent that you enjoy the series less anymore.
In any case, would you be willing to handle the usual username colour and user page tag changes AKM sama?
I just want to say that this could possibly serve as a break for you Calaca, and if you change your mind in the future, like Julian, Zark, Ovens, Andy, and MrKing, you're always welcome to have your staff position back.
I didn't get to finish asking about this bit ago so I'll ask here. Ok so why doesn't Haki equalize with power systems in other Verses? Nothing on it's page really sets it apart from a verses power system such as Ki from Dragon Ball or Magic from Fairy Tail.
2. Gohan didn't unlocked Ki lol. He raised his power level which is a totally different thing.
5. Where did you get that from? Not that it matters as they make no difference in Ki mechanics.
But I'm not going to waste my time. Haki comes from willpower instead of spritual energy which is the source for most other power systems. It grants powers too different to the usual so it can't be equalized in the same sense you can't equalize Reiatsu with Magic as Reiatsu possesses too many unique abilities.