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Okay, a bunch of feats Eliminator brought up, so lets see what we can do here.

V = πr^2h = 883.57 ft^3 = 25.0199161 m^3

M = VD = 25.0199161 x .3 = 7.50597483 kg

Q1 = mc(ΔΤ)

Specific Heat Capacity of air = 919

ΔΤ = Change in Temperature = Tf* - Ti* = 1200 - 23 = 1177

Q1 = 7.50597483*919(1177) = 8118935.25254 Joules, Wall level

Borrowing this calc, All credit to Numbersguy and DontTalk.

Average human weight = 62kg

Heat change = 37°C - (-4°C) = 41°C

E1 = 62kg * 3500 J/kg*K *41°C = 8897000 J

So water mass = 0.65*62kg

So 40.3 kg = 40300g water.

Enthalpy of fusion of water = 333.55 J/g

E2 = 40300g * 333.55 J/g = 13442065 J

So total energy = 8897000 + 13442065 = 2.2339065e7 J

Small Building level

We'll do the water first. Assuming vaporization for "Destroying" the water.

Density of Water = 1000 kg/m^3

Mass = Density * Volume = 1000 * 0.03785409 = 37.85409 kg

c = Specific Heat Capacity (Specific Heat Capacity of Water is 4186)

ΔΤ = Change in Temperature = Tf* - Ti* = 100 - 23 = 77

L = Latent Heat (vaporization) (In this case it would be 2.264e+6 J/kg)

Q = m*(c*ΔΤ+L)

= 37.85409 * (4186 * 77 + 2.264e+6)

= 97902865.757 Joules, Small Building level

And now the maximum amount.

Mass = Density * Volume = 1000 * 0.378541 = 378.541 kg

= 378.541 * (4186 * 77 + 2.264e+6)

= 979028916.202 Joules, Small Building level

Now for the fog dispersion.

30 ft^3 = 0.849505 m^3

Using the density of clouds, 1.003 kg/m^3

M = VD = 1.003 x 0.849505 = 0.852053515 kg

It travels 0.849505 m in 1 second, so

KE = 1/2M x V^2 = 1/2 (0.852053515) x 0.849505^2 = 0.30744593516 Joules, Below Average level

And now for the maximum

75 ft^3 = 2.12376 m^3

M = VD = 1.003 x 2.12376 = 2.13013128 kg

It travels 2.12376 m in 1 second, so

KE = 1/2M x V^2 = 1/2 (2.13013128) x 2.12376^2 = 4.80382577235 Joules, Below Average level

Base = 1.524 m

Diameter = 15.24 m

Height = 7.62 m

Volume (Cylinder) = 1.39e+9 cm^3

Density of Water: 0.001 kg/cm^3

M = DV = 1.39e+9 x 0.001 = 1390000 kg

KE = 1/2M x V^2 = 1/2 (1390000) x 8.9^2 = 55050950 Joules, Small Building level

Pretty simple, 20 ft = 6.096 m

Using this blog puts that at Small Building level

RECALC:

The 3.5 description of this ability states that it creates no pressure, so i'll treat it as fire instead of an explosion here.

20 ft = 6.096 m

V = 948.91 m^3

M = VD = 948.91 x .3 = 284.673 kg

Q1 = mc(ΔΤ)

Specific Heat Capacity of air = 919

ΔΤ = Change in Temperature = Tf* - Ti* = 1200 - 23 = 1177

Q1 = 284.673*919(1177) = 307920251.199 Joules, Small Building level

Welp, guess its consistent

F = L/4*pi*d^2

Using 1000 lux for sunlight

60 ft = 18.288 m

Where F (measured in watts/m^2) = Energy/radiant flux; L = Luminosity (measured in watts); d = distance (measured in meters)

A fixed value of 0.0079 needs to be multiplied by the lux figure in order to obtain the proper w/m^2

1000*0.0079 = 7.9 watts/m^2

7.9 = L/(4*3.14*(18.288*1000)^2)

L = (4*3.14*(18.288*1000)^2)*7.9

L = 33185560467.5 Watts = 33185560467.5 J/s, or 7.9 tons of TNT, Large Building level

F = L/4*pi*d^2

Using 1000 lux for sunlight

60 ft = 18.288 m

Where F (measured in watts/m^2) = Energy/radiant flux; L = Luminosity (measured in watts); d = distance (measured in meters)

A fixed value of 0.0079 needs to be multiplied by the lux figure in order to obtain the proper w/m^2

1000*0.0079 = 7.9 watts/m^2

7.9 = L/(4*3.14*(18.288*1000)^2)

L = (4*3.14*(18.288*1000)^2)*7.9

L = 33185560467.5 Watts = 33185560467.5 J/s, or 7.9 tons of TNT, Large Building level

10 ft^3 = 0.283168 m^3 = 283168 cm^3

283168 x 25700 = 7277417600 Joules, or 1.7 tons of TNT, Building level+

10 ft^3 = 0.283168 m^3

M = VD = 0.283168 x .3 = 0.0849504 kg

Q1 = mc(ΔΤ)

Specific Heat Capacity of air = 919

ΔΤ = Change in Temperature = Tf* - Ti* = 1200 - 23 = 1177

Q1 = 0.0849504*919(1177) = 91887.7045152 Joules, Wall level

Seeing as the spell creates ten of these, multiplying it by 10 yields 918877.045152 Joules, Wall level

Using the density of clouds, 1.003 kg/m^3

Volume of a sphere = (4/3)πr^3 = (4/3)π(6.096)^3 = 948.91 m^3

M = VD = 1.003 x 948.91 = 951.75673 kg

It travels 6.096 m in 1 second, so

KE = 1/2M x V^2 = 1/2 (951.75673) x 6.096^2 = 17684.2187115 Joules, Wall level

Now, this spell increases by 20 feet in radius for each level, and this can be done up to 9 times, so we'll do the absolute highest this can be.

Using the density of clouds, 1.003 kg/m^3

Volume of a sphere = (4/3)πr^3 = (4/3)π(60.96)^3 = 948906.63708 m^3

M = VD = 1.003 x 948906.63708 = 951753.356991 kg

It travels 60.96 m in 1 second, so

KE = 1/2M x V^2 = 1/2 (951753.356991) x 60.96^2 = 1768415603.89 Joules, or 2.8 tons of TNT, Large Building level

V = πr^2h = 12566.37 ft^3 = 355.83997151 m^3

M = VD = 355.83997151 x .3 = 106.751991453 kg

Q1 = mc(ΔΤ)

Specific Heat Capacity of air = 919

ΔΤ = Change in Temperature = Tf* - Ti* = 1200 - 23 = 1177

Q1 = 106.751991453*919(1177) = 115469679.331 Joules, Small Building level

Height = 12.192 m

Using the density of clouds, 1.003 kg/m^3

Volume = 1423.36 m^3

Mass = Volume x Density = 1423.36 x 1.003 = 1427.63008 kg

The storm is formed instantly meaning it moves 6.096 meters in one second.

KE = 1/2m x v^2 = 1/2(1427.63008) x 6.096^2 = 26526.2348855 Joules, Wall level

Low end is simple, borrowing from this calc done by FanofRPGs.

The conclusion being 295258711.05 Joules, Small Building level

And now for the high end.

150,000 pounds = 68038.8555 kg = 68038855.5 g

68038855.5 / 7.874 = 8640951.9304 cc

8640951.9304 x 25700 = 222072464611 Joules, or 53 tons of TNT, City Block level

We'll use a longsword as a baseline. Longswords weigh on at most 3.5 lbs or 1.58757 kg

Q1 = mc(ΔΤ)

Specific Heat Capacity of steel is = 490

ΔΤ = Change in Temperature = Tf* - Ti* = 1400 - 23 = 1377

Q1 = 1.58757*490(1377) = 1071181.1061 Joules, Wall level

Diameter = 18.288 m

Height = 1.524 m

Volume (Cylinder) = 4e+8 cm^3

Density of Water: 0.001 kg/cm^3

M = DV = 4e+8 x 0.001 = 400000 kg

KE = 1/2M x V^2 = 1/2 (400000) x 8.9^2 = 15842000 Joules, Small Building level

360 ft = 109.728 m

Using the density of clouds, 1.003 kg/m^3

Storm clouds vary from 12 to 14 kilometers tall, so i'll take the middle ground here and use 13 km

Volume = Area x Height = 37825.51 x 13000 = 491731630 m^3

Mass = Volume x Density = 491731630 x 1.003 = 493206824.89 kg

The storm is formed instantly meaning it moves 109.728 meters in one second.

KE = 1/2m x v^2 = 1/2(493206824.89) x 109.728^2 = 2.9691628e+12 Joules, or 709.6469407265774 tons of TNT, Multi-City Block level

F = L/4*pi*d^2

Using 1000 lux for sunlight

60 ft = 18.288 m

Where F (measured in watts/m^2) = Energy/radiant flux; L = Luminosity (measured in watts); d = distance (measured in meters)

A fixed value of 0.0079 needs to be multiplied by the lux figure in order to obtain the proper w/m^2

1000*0.0079 = 7.9 watts/m^2

7.9 = L/(4*3.14*(18.288*1000)^2)

L = (4*3.14*(18.288*1000)^2)*7.9

L = 33185560467.5 Watts = 33185560467.5 J/s, or 7.9 tons of TNT, Large Building level

F = L/4*pi*d^2

Using 1000 lux for sunlight

150 ft = 45.72 m

Where F (measured in watts/m^2) = Energy/radiant flux; L = Luminosity (measured in watts); d = distance (measured in meters)

A fixed value of 0.0079 needs to be multiplied by the lux figure in order to obtain the proper w/m^2

1000*0.0079 = 7.9 watts/m^2

7.9 = L/(4*3.14*(45.72*1000)^2)

L = (4*3.14*(45.72*1000)^2)*7.9

L = 207409752922 Watts = 207409752922 J/s, or 49 tons of TNT, City Block level

Volume = LWH = 9.144 x 3.048 x 3.048 = 84.950539776 m^3

M = DV = 1000 kg/m^3 x 84.950539776 m^3 = 84950.5398 kg

KE = 1/2M x V^2 = 1/2 (84950.5398) x 9.144^2 = 3551473.52868 Joules Small Building level

Volume = LWH = 91.44 x 91.44 x 15.24 = 127425.809664 m^3

M = DV = 1000 kg/m^3 x 127425.809664 m^3 = 127425810 kg

KE = 1/2M x V^2 = 1/2 (127425810) x 15.24^2 = 14797806404.3 Joules, or 3.54 tons of TNT, Large Building level

Let's assume that wind velocity is typical of an F3 tornado, around 300 km/hr, or 83.3333 m/s

10 ft = 3.048 m

30 ft = 9.144 m

Volume = 266.88 m^3

M = DV = 1.225 x 266.88 = 326.92800 kg

KE = 1/2M x V^2 = 1/2 (326.92800) x 83.3333^2 = 1135165.75853 Joules, Wall level

## Final Tally:

• Burning Hands: 8118935.25254 Joules, Wall level
• Cone of Cold: 2.2339065e7 Joules, Small Building level
• Destroy Water (Water Destruction Minimum): 97902865.757 Joules, Small Building level
• Destroy Water (Water Destruction Maximum): 979028916.202 Joules, Small Building level
• Destroy Water (Fog Destruction Minimum): 0.30744593516 Joules, Below Average level
• Destroy Water (Fog Destruction Maximum): 4.80382577235 Joules, Below Average level
• Control Water: 55050950 Joules, Small Building level
• Fireball (Explosion): Small Building level
• Fireball (Fire): 307920251.199 Joules, Small Building level
• Daylight: 33185560467.5 J/s, or 7.9 tons of TNT, Large Building level
• Dawn: 33185560467.5 Watts = 33185560467.5 J/s, or 7.9 tons of TNT, Large Building level
• Disintegrate: 7277417600 Joules, or 1.7 tons of TNT, Building level+
• Fire Storm: 918877.045152 Joules, Wall level
• Fog Cloud (Minimum):17684.2187115 Joules, Wall level
• Fog Cloud (Maximum): 1768415603.89 Joules, or 2.8 tons of TNT, Large Building level
• Flame Strike: 115469679.331 Joules, Small Building level
• Ice Storm: 26526.2348855 Joules, Wall level
• Immolation (Low-End): 295258711.05 Joules, Small Building level
• Immolation (High-End): 222072464611 Joules, or 53 tons of TNT, City Block level
• Searing Smite: 1071181.1061 Joules, Wall level
• Maelstorm: 15842000 Joules, Small Building level
• Storm of Vengeance: 2.9691628e+12 Joules, or 709 tons of TNT, Multi-City Block level
• Sunbeam: 33185560467.5 J/s, or 7.9 tons of TNT, Large Building level
• Sunburst: 207409752922 J/s, or 49 tons of TNT, City Block level
• Tidal Wave: 3551473.52868 Joules Small Building level
• Tsunami: 14797806404.3 Joules, or 3.54 tons of TNT, Large Building level
• Whirlwind: 1135165.75853 Joules, Wall level
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