The creature doesn’t strike the ground, however. It thrusts its arms straight out in front of it.
“Sara, cha… r-run…!”
In other words, the target of ‘revolution’ this time isn’t the ground at their feet --- it’s the very air around them.
Sara cries out as she desperately flees.
The air starts to twist, starting as weak as a breeze but quickly accelerating to hurricane-force.
The twister forms a pillar of raw power, tearing everything inside it to shreds.
Sara escapes at the last second, barely grazing her back and sending scraps of white robe flying.
“Now quick, to the side!”
Without giving them time to recover, the ‘ogre’ strikes the ground.
Sara flings herself to the side and away from the twisting ground beneath her, but Flum falls from her arms and onto the ground as she lands.
“It’s fine, I’m better now!”
Flum catches herself with a roll and stands up, drawing the Zweihander in the process.
---We can’t let this drag out. We’ve got to fight back.
Holding the giant sword one-handed, she runs straight at the ‘ogre’.
Sara sees Flum’s attack and stands up, feeling reinvigorated. Heaving her mace off her back, she circles around to take the creature’s back.
Their enemy is focused on Flum. Maybe she’s its objective, just as its Status suggested.
It balls its fists again and strikes the air in front of it once more.
Flum, sensing the attack, jumps to her right.
The unseen power whips the air into a tight, ultra-high-speed rotating spiral, punching a perfect circle into the stone wall behind her as if it were a drill.
Most energy of a tornado is energy of motion: kinetic energy. KE = 1/2 m v2
It's stated to have accelerated to hurricane force.
When the winds in the rotating storm reach 39 mph, the storm is called a "tropical storm." And when the wind speeds reach 74 mph, the storm is officially a "tropical cyclone," or hurricane.
Velocity = 74 mph
We don't know the size and I would use the size of the smallest tornado, but it's inconsistent, as smaller tornado's are steadily being discovered. In cases like this i'll just use the average parameters for what we consider a 'Tornado' to be.
However, the technical definition of a tornado is "a violently rotating column of air, in contact with the ground and the base of a cumuliform cloud." Such a cloud, usually Cumulonimbus, has a base between 700 and 4,000 feet above the ground. In the United States, tornadoes are around 500 feet (150 m) across on average
(Using 700 ft As a lowball for height and 500ft for the width)
500/2 = 250
Radius = 250
Mass = Density * Volume
This quantity may vary slightly depending on the molecular composition of air at a particular location. Therefore: At IUPAC standard temperature and pressure (0 °C and 100 kPa), dry air has a density of 1.2754 kg/m³.
p = 1.2754 kg/m3
Volume of Cylinder is V = pi * r^2 * h
Volume = 9.81748e+7 ft3 = 2780000.7508 m3
Mass = 1.2754 * 2780000.7508 = 3545612.95757 kg
I used This to calc the Kinetic Energy
Kinetic Energy = 1.94e+9 J (8-C) Building Level