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Fifthchild

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Subj: Re: On a Scale of Potential or Limitless Strength, the numbers should be used as percentiles not tons....
Posted: Mon Feb 17, 2014 at 10:26:42 am EST (Viewed 61 times)
Reply Subj: On a Scale of Potential or Limitless Strength, the numbers should be used as percentiles not tons....
Posted: Mon Feb 17, 2014 at 09:52:57 am EST (Viewed 14 times)




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    For example,
    100% strength Class just below limitless
    95%
    90%
    85%
    80%
    ect.....



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    so say the Ben Grimm Thing would be considered 95% well he has 95% of the strength to be in the limitless strength class, but falls pretty damn short of it...



    Quote:
    would this be more appropriate?


As i said in my answer i still think it has problems - I dont think Spiderman can lift 10% of what Thor can for instance. Spiderman can literally lift around 10 tons. 100 tons is the weight of a small house. Problem.

Now in a fight you could probably argue that Spiderman will look about 10% as strong as Thor or Hyperion rather than thousands or millions of times weaker.







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