Striking Strength is the amount of physical force an individual can deal out. In other words, it is the physical Attack Potency of an individual. It may or may not depend on Lifting Strength.
Striking strength describes the power behind the character’s physical blows. Generally, anything that has to do with the character’s actions instead of passively holding up weights is about this category. While lifting strength is a static value which can be measured in units of weight or mass, striking strength is different. It relies more on “action” which is a combination of speed and mass. As such, striking strength requires a whole different classification system.
Striking Strength levels
Below Average Class
Room Class or Small Building Class
Large Building Class
City Block Class
Multi-City Block Class
Small Town Class
Large Town Class
Small City Class
Large City Class or Mountain Class
Large Mountain Class or Small Island Class
Large Island Class
Small Country Class
Large Country Class or Small Continent Class
Large Continent Class or Multi-Continent Class
Small Planet Class
Large Planet Class
Dwarf Star Class
Small Star Class
Large Star Class
Solar System Class
Multi-Solar System Class
Low Complex Multiversal
High Complex Multiversal
If you encounter a page that was accidentally overlooked, and uses a different system than the one listed below, we would appreciate the help to correct it. You can do so by following the instructions in this blog post.
We also had problems with accurately converting pages with different striking strength and attack potency statistics. If you encounter pages with either unknown or too high striking strength ratings, you can start a thread in the content revision forum board in order to correct it.
If you notice pages, featuring physically oriented characters, with comparable attack potency and striking strength values, but the former includes an "At least", "Likely", "Possibly", or "+" sign, and the second does not, it is also appreciated if you can help out by including this in the striking strength statistics.