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  • Object-based Telportation and Possibly Low-level Matter Manipulation

    Ability: Possibly some forms of Teleportation and Matter Manipulation

    Feat: Kirito, after having his heart ripped out of his body, makes one final attack by generating and teleporting Metallic Elements inside of his own heart right before Gabriel bites into it.

    Scan: Scan

    Durability Negation and Non-Physical Interaction

    Ability: Durability Negation & Non-Physical Interaction

    Feat: Kirito using Incarnation and sheer willpower, freezes Gabriel [1], a being who is immune to nearly all forms of damage (including freezing) [2]. Gabriel himself is shocked Kirito managed to do that. [3] Gabriel's body is also made out of a "Amorphous Darkness" which is described as some sort of "shadowy cloud with no actual clear form" or "slimy darkness". [4]

    Feat Scans: Scan [1], Scan [2], Scan [3], Scan [4]

    Lifting Strength

    DMUA wanted me to bring this up. I will directly quote him.

    DMUA wrote:

    So I just realized, Star King Kirito still has Superhuman Lifting Strength

    He should be Multi Stellar for moving a bunch of stars

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    • The feats looks like Weapon Creation rather than Object-based Telportation and Possibly Low-level Matter Manipulation.

      I think the other feat is only Non-Physical Interaction not Durability Negation since Gabriel would originally only have Intangibility.

      I am neutral about lifing strenght since he believe he did the with Telekinesis only.

      Also, Kuroiha, you should ask the staff members listed in the Sword Art Online verse page and the Knowledgeable Members List to comment here.

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    • Yeah, I agree with Eli considering that they say he generated the metal in his heart Is this a jojo reference

      Dunno about durability negation but non physical interaction is definitely sure

      TK Lifting strength should at the very least get it's own rating, if not scaling to physicals, which, seems reasonable since he did it via magic and such.

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    • Thank you for your inputs.

      I have notified the following people:

      I think Weapon Creation is reasonable and makes sense, so I agree with Elizhaa. Should we still wait for more input on weapon creation?

      Durability Negation was mentioned due to this word:

      This man’s attribute was the ability to absorb slashes, thrusts,

      flames, freezing, whirlwinds, steel arrows, water streams, crystal

      blades, rays of light, and dark curses.

      Should this be considered "too vague" and that he's immune to damage because his body is made out of darkness?

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    • Absorbing seems like it could be literal absorbing or just it phasing through them

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    • Yeah. I think phasing seems more consistent. What's your opinion?

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    • It should be fine

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    • Phasing is fine.

      Also Weapon Creation is fine too, though that should just be a given already considering Incarnation can do everything Sacred Arts can do but better + reality warping business.

      The lifting strength feat should probably be via telekinesis to be safe. Maybe put "Unknown" as the physical stat too.

      Other than that, I agree with everything else.

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    • Okay. Should we still wait for more input, then?

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    • Yeah, that would be best.

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    • Kuroiha wrote:
      == Object-based Telportation and Possibly Low-level Matter Manipulation ==

      Ability: Possibly some forms of Teleportation and Matter Manipulation

      Feat: Kirito, after having his heart ripped out of his body, makes one final attack by generating and teleporting Metallic Elements inside of his own heart right before Gabriel bites into it.

      Scan: Scan

      It looks to me like it's Matter Creation.

      ...He had bitten into the great number of tiny blades I generated...

      Durability Negation and Non-Physical Interaction

      Ability: Durability Negation & Non-Physical Interaction

      Feat: Kirito using Incarnation and sheer willpower, freezes Gabriel [1], a being who is immune to nearly all forms of damage (including freezing) [2]. Gabriel himself is shocked Kirito managed to do that. [3] Gabriel's body is also made out of a "Amorphous Darkness" which is described as some sort of "shadowy cloud with no actual clear form" or "slimy darkness". [4]

      Feat Scans: Scan [1], Scan [2], Scan [3], Scan [4]

      That's... what term do we have to counter Immaterial-type Intangibility? Imo, Eugeo's Release iced him because it absorbs energy. That may have messed up his intangibility.

      Lifting Strength

      DMUA wanted me to bring this up. I will directly quote him.

      DMUA wrote: So I just realized, Star King Kirito still has Superhuman Lifting Strength

      He should be Multi Stellar for moving a bunch of stars

      Makes sense.

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    • Thank you for your input.

      I do agree that it does seem like Matter Creation due to the word "generate", and the fact that his heart was already out of his body. I think Matter/Weapon Creation seems like it makes sense, but I'd need more input.

      That makes sense, tbh. It's possible, but I slightly doubt it due to the fact that it said Gabriel was made out of "darkness". It also stated Gabriel had the ability to "absorb freezing", which Kirito bypasses a couple moments later.

      This man’s attribute was the ability to absorb slashes, thrusts, flames, freezing, whirlwinds, steel arrows, water streams, crystal blades, rays of light, and dark curses.

      Yes, I think lifting strength makes sense to me. Though it should probably be telekinesis, just to be safe.

      Edit: I have to bring something else up, which is Kirito's age.

      At the moment, it says Kirito's age is roughly 219. However, I found scans that (could possibly) prove he could be nearly 200-400 years older. How important is this? Should I just hold it off until later? I also probably could have misinterpreted things.

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    • Not that important, but it could bump up his experience massively. What's the scan?

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    • I have a very large feeling I misinterpreted this.

      So, during the War of Worlds Arc, Kirito gets trapped inside Underworld, in the middle of a war for 180 years. This is quite the well known fact as of now.

      Shutdown procedures for both STLs had finally finished 80% of all processes. More than 17 minutes had elapsed since the start of the maximum acceleration phase — equivalent to over 180 years in Underworld.

      Volume 18, 218

      Post-Worlds War, The End Altar is sealed for another 200 years.

      Asuna looked to me and inquired:

      “Hey, how long are we going to spend in this world?”

      It took me a bit of silence before I told her the truth.

      “They told me at least 200 years.”

      “Oh.”

      Asuna nodded as the same smile, unchanged from the old days, blossomed over her face:

      “As long as I’m with you, not even a thousand years is a long time...... Now, let’s go, Kirito-

      kun.”

      “...Yeah. Let’s go, Asuna. There’s still much we have to do. This world has only just been

      born.”

      And so, each clutching the other’s hand, we opened our wings and took our first step into the infinite azure.

      Volume 18, 227 & 228

      200 years later, Kirito has his 200+ year old Fluctlight cloned, while original Kirito gets released with erased memories.

      “How... How on earth was I going to delete you?!”

      Higa’s suppressed voice grew to a shout, as though in justification

      of his own actions.

      “You’re the first Fluctlight to ever survive past 200 years’ time!

      Not even... You’re the first person to ever live the longest life in

      human history! How on earth was I supposed to delete you...

      Kirito-kun, huh?!”

      He called his name, feeling sweat building in both palms.

      Digital numbers on the monitor indicating the elapsed time since

      bootup clicked by at a hectic rate. 32 seconds... 33 seconds.

      The copy of Kirigaya Kazuto’s Fluctlight — the one that had stuck

      out 200 years of the maximum acceleration phase in Underworld

      and just awakened, now knew that it was a duplicate of something

      else.

      Volume 18, 280

      If I was interpreting things correctly, his true age should be at the very least 399 years old.

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    • Bump.

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    • I agree with everything here. But that matter manip doesn't really look like matter manip

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    • Bump

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    • Nearly forgot about this thread.

      Bump.

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    • I think this evaluated properly already. One can add what was accepted in general by most to the profiles.

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