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Suggsverse is rather infamous due to it's power, writing, and origins. There has also been many things said about it that are accepted as fact. Here's a list of some of them, along with an explanation.
Suggsverse was written when Lionel Suggs got upset about the fact that he lost an argument on the internet/was caught wanking a series.
Lionel Suggs has been writing stories ever since he was a child, and the first story he wrote was called Prophecy, which inspired him to write another story, The Limits of Power. Heir to the Stars(better known as Suggsverse) was written in 2008 with the goal of recreating his stories, a year before the Getbackers Deception(2009), of which many state to be the time where he began to write Suggsverse. His storie…
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZ4pDHSXsqc&feature=youtu.be&t=28m44s
Measuring both the Earth's diameter gives the 307 pixels, while the beam is 85 x 76 pixels.
Next we divide 12,742 by 307.
12742 / 307 = 41.5048859935
So that's the diameter of the beam. Now I just square it.
41.5048859935² = 1722.65556133, and now I have to multiply that by the diameter of the Earth.
1722.65556133 x 12,742 = 21950077.1625, now I need the amount of cubic centimeters of rock that was vaporized.
Converting 21950077.1625 km^3 into cm^3, I get 2.195008e+22 cm^3.
Next I divide 2.195008e+22 by the amount of joules in one ton of TNT, which is 4,184,000,000.
2.195008e+22 / 4,184,000,000 = 5.246195e+12, which is how many tons of TNT it is. The 'e+12' prefix is equal to ter…
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If missiles can be compared to real life ballistic weapons, it could be compared to a handheld antitank grenade launcher, or as many commonly know it by: a rocketpropelled grenade launcher. Samus’ missiles may also utilize what’s know as the Munroe effect, [1] the reinforcement of shock waves in the concave, hollow end of a shaped charge, producing a greater resultant wave and concentrating the explosion along the axis of the charge. In other words, these missiles could be described as highexplosive antitank (HEAT) warheads. Why? In Metroid: Other M, upon encountering Adam, Anthony, and the others, Lyle lets Adam know that the explosives are ready, but upon his attempt at destroying the barrier wall, it remains intact. [2]
Anthony expl…
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For some time I’ve been using TNT as the explosive material for Samus’ power bombs, but I suspect that I’ve been doing this incorrectly all this time, simply because nuclear bombs use fissiles, material capable of sustaining a nuclear fission chain reaction. While the use of G. I. Taylor’s method, (R^5 ρ) / t^2 [1] isn’t incorrect, the assumption that power bombs use TNT is. Indeed, TNT is one of the most common explosives, but for nuclear weapons? I don’t think so. That would be Uranium235.
From UC Davis ChemWiki, [1] we are told that the amount of mass lost in the fission process is equal to 3.2 × 10^11 J. We are then asked how much energy would be released if 1 gram of U235 undergone fission. The equation for this is as follows:
(1.00 …
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It has been a commonly held belief that because the annihilator beam uses both matter and antimatter, it must be capable of producing energy comparable to that of the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima, Japan. This likely comes from the scan regarding Quadraxis, which tells us, “Its primary weapon system fires destructive matterantimatter blasts.” [1] This was then applied to Samus to give people the impression that because she can survive Quadraxis’ matterantimatter attack, she must be able to survive 21 kilotons of TNT. While it’s true that half a gram of matter and half a gram of antimatter would generate an energy equivalence, this doesn’t necessarily mean it’s true for the annihilator beam, since we never observe such destruction i…
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In Super Metroid, after Samus defeats Mother Brain, planet Zebes is set for selfdestruct and eventually explodes. The title of this article isn't entirely accurate as I'm more interested in the gravitational binding energy and just how much energy would be required for Zebes to no longer be in a gravitationally bound state. The equation to determine this is U = 3GM^2/5R where G is the gravitational constant, M is the planet's mass, and R is the planet's radius. While Retro Studios offered us information about the mass of Zebes, this has been considered a flub on Retro's part by the Metroid community. The reason is because by changing "trillion teratons" to "billion teratons", we end up with what's known as sextillion tons. Zebes' mass wou…
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In my last calculation regarding the power bomb, I ended up with a yield of 376.76 tons of TNT, but what I failed to do here is consider that this explosion goes farther than a 30 m. radius. While Room MW is 30 m. long, moving towards one end of the room and using a power bomb will show that half of this power bomb can still reach half of the room’s length, which is 15 m. Multiply this by 2 and you end up with 30 m. Add that with the 30 m. room itself and you end up with 60 m. I’ll use the equation from the late G. I. Taylor again and assume we’re using TNT, since that’s a common explosive in the military. TNT has a detonation velocity of 6,900 m/s, so it’ll take 8.69 milliseconds for it to cover 60 m. The energy would be 12,597,606,000,00…
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The gravity suit made its debut in Super Metroid where its purpose was to nullify the effects of viscosity and cut damage by a quarter. During game play, the player would learn that the gravity suit would prevent damage from the effects of conduction from magma. It was in Metroid Prime that the gravity suit was affected by magma and lava, making some fans think this was the result of a game mechanic or the magma and lava were superheated. I suspect the latter was the result of the description of the magmaul found in Metroid Prime Hunters, which uses “superheated magma” in its description.
The alternative could simply be that there are different types of gravity suits, all with the same name. Aqua pirates, for example, are known for using gr…
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The Queen Metroid’s length is 11 m. [1], but from Val’s game blog, the queen’s length is 24.55 m. [2], so there’s some discrepancy. Vorash’s length is 29.18 m. Taking this length and dividing it by 24.55 m. means there was an increase of 4.63 m. Using this value and dividing it by 24.55 m. gives us a percentage increase of 189%. Multiplying this by the Queen Metroid’s actual length of 11 m. gives us 2.07 m., which means Vorash’s actual length should be 13.07 m. I said before that the length of a whale shark is 12.2 m. [3]. So I suppose a whale shark would have been a better choice after all. The question is, what is the mass of a whale shark?
The average mass of a whale shark is 18.69 metric tons. [3] This is equal to 18,688,005.6 g. In ord…
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This post is not meant to prove that Samus has nanosecond reaction time, as a minority of the fanbase might think, but to support the idea that sense move allows Samus to sense imminent danger, or—for lack of a better word—”aimdodge”. One might compare this ability to SpiderMan’s spider sense. It has been assumed that because Samus has been integrated with Chozo DNA and the fact that the Chozo possess psionics, that Samus may possess some form of precognition. In Metroid Prime, the Chozo speak of an ability known as “distant sight”, which allows them to see the future. Below are a set of arguments to support Samus’ ability to dodge light speed attacks, but only on the basis of her sense move ability.
P1: The nova beam is defined as “a hig…
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Using the amount of energy I acquired from my blog post, Energy required to atomize a space pirate, I took a quick look on the duration of time a fully charged plasma beam would last when hitting a target. [1] I slowed down this video by a quarter, which I ended up with 118 milliseconds twice using a stopwatch. I then took this number and multiplied it by 25% to get 29.5 milliseconds, which is equal to 0.0295 seconds. Since watts are in joules per second, I took the amount of energy from the plasma beam and divided this by 29.5 milliseconds, which gave me 322 gigawatts. This is approximately 86% times electric power of all nuclear power plants. [2]
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It’s a fact that space pirates are taller than Samus, so the question is just how much mass does a typical space pirate have? To find out, I decided I would use Hamwi’s method. [1] Devine’s formula made no sense, as a typical space pirate would be a little over a tonne. For males, the Hamwi formula is 106 lbs. (48.08 kg.) and then an additional 6 lbs. per inch (2.72 kg. per 2.54 cm.). This means that if a typical space pirate stands at 7’6″ (2.286 m.), then 30 in. is an additional height over 5′. This means that a typical space pirate should weigh 286 lbs. (129.727 kg.). That looks like a more reasonable weight.
Based on scan images, we can see space pirates have bones, [2] so what we’re working with here is similar to that of finding out j…
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This is the third time I have had to correct an error. Based on previous calculations, I decided I’d go a step further with what I found with regard to the tinbots in Metroid Prime 3: Corruption. In my previous recalculation with regard to tinbots, I found the volume and thus, found the mass of a single tinbot, which is 2,532.86 kg. Using the heat of vaporization for tin, which is 296.1 kJ/mol, I was able to determine the amount of kJ/kg. using 296.1 kJ/mol * 1/118.710 mol, which is the atomic mass. I ended up with a result of 2,494 J, or 2,494 J/g. This is equal to 2.494 * 10^6 J/kg. With the mass of the tinbot, the total amount of energy to melt one would be 6.318 GJ, or 1.51 tons of TNT.
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For a long time I tried figuring out what type of plasma the plasma beam was made of in the 2D Metroid games, and then I saw the description for it from the Metroid Fusion Web site, which reads, “The Plasma Beams three lasers can easily cut through enemies, continuing on to take out even more foes.” Here we have “plasma” and “laser”, which doesn’t seem to make any sense, unless we think of a laserinduced plasma channel. This works by firing a laser powerful enough to cause blooming, which is an atmospheric effect that causes the laser to disperse, thereby making the laser impractical.
The next thing I noticed is in Metroid: Other M, where the plasma beam produces an electrical discharge. With the properties of a laser, plasma, and an elect…
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According to the official Metroid Prime Web site, the power beam is referred to as “the basic energy unit”. [1] This would likely be understood as a joule. [2] The official Metroid Fusion Web site calls it an “energy beam”. [3] Energy comes in different forms, and I would suspect the power beam is at least using kinetic energy, since the object fired is in motion. Let’s go over the properties of the power beam. It’s able to knock back humanoids. This doesn’t necessarily mean the power beam has mass. Photons are massless, but still possess momentum. Second, the information about Eyons tells us the power beam produces a bright flash of light when it ignites. [4] To ignite means to cause something to catch fire. “Ignite” here probably means “…
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I decided I’d try to determine the increase in gravity from Nightmare. When Nightmare affects the gravity, one might assume that the gravity has been doubled, since the distance Samus jumps appears to be halved. This is an acceptable method and probably the safest method if we’re going to attempt to focus on remaining in the lowend. However, among the various methods I could have used, I decided I’d use Nightmare’s room by jumping off the top catwalk and see how long it’d take to fall with the assumption that the Bottle Ship has a gravitational acceleration equal to that of Earth’s.
I timed the duration of the drop three times and the third try offered the lowest amount of time. I was sure to use a short hop while going into the screw atta…
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By rearranging the formula for Schwarzschild radius, I was able to determine the mass of the black hole produced by Nightmare. The formula is r = 2GM/c^2, but rearranging it to M = cr^2/G is what I need to work with. M is mass, c is the speed of light, which I must use because I was testing this out by working with 10 kilograms using r = 2GM/c^2. The only way I could return to 10 kilograms was by using c. Next, r is radius and G is the gravitational constant. I still need the radius, which I was able to capture an image of. I compared it with Samus’ height, whose pixels were 112. The black hole was 362 pixels, or 6.14 meters in diameter. This makes its radius 3.07 meters.
M = (299,792,458 m/s^2)(3.07 m^2) / (6.67 × 10^11 N m^2/kg^2)
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M = 1.… 
In my blog post concerning Samus’ speed, I found out that when running, Samus runs Mach 1.41 and when she uses the shinespark, she flies Mach 2. I can use Samus’ mass of 90 kg. [1] to determine the amount of energy and force Samus would generate. This is ignoring the mass of Samus’ powered armor, which I plan on working on in the future. Mach 1.41 is 483.63 m/s. Mach 2 is equal to 686 m/s.
One more thing that needs to be mentioned is how long it takes Samus to reach top speed, so we’ll need to determine this by how many seconds it takes. Considering it’s possibly a game mechanic because the time differs from game to game, the consistent time has been at least 2 seconds.
Mach 1.41
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Joules
KE = 1/2 mv^2
KE = 1/2 (90 kg.)(483.63 m/s)^2
KE = 10,525,…

While it does not appear that the boost ball is all that fast, Samus does clear areas at a faster rate compared to simply walking or running. So how fast is the boost ball? I thought perhaps I would attempt determining this by using Dark Samus or Gandrayda’s boost ball, since we can see the boost ball from a different perspective. I will not use Dark Samus’ version, however, since her “Boost and Jump abilities are superior to [Samus’].” [1] Gandrayda, on the other hand, shows no indication that her Phazon enhancement has made her boost superior to Samus’. All we know is that “Gandrayda’s ability to shapeshift has been greatly enhanced by Phazon exposure, allowing her to assume a number of deadly forms at will.” [2]
Since we know that Gandr…
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This should be an obvious answer, simply because we can find out from two manuals. Samus’ speed booster was first said to “Dash at supersonic speeds” in the Metroid Fusion manual [1], and then again in Metroid: Zero Mission. [2] It’s worth noting, however, that “speeds” is plural. This would suggest Samus is running faster than Mach 1.2, which would not only be the speed at which an object travels supersonic, but also the lowend. Fortunately, in Metroid: Other M, Samus generates a shock wave.
Using this shock wave, we can find out how fast Samus is running based on Mach angle. Because the shock wave has a 45° angle, this means Samus’ top speed is approximately Mach 1.41. A thinner shock wave means the object is traveling faster, and we see…
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Best feats of GT:
Base Goku was stronger than Base Rildo whose power was much greater than Majin Buu:
Starting with Kid Goku, his power was so great in Base form that not even Rildo could calculate his powers. even for futuristic computers, who can likely calculate more digits then our computers which can what calculate millions and trillions of digits. So it would be far above the trillions, quitillions, ect, But for Rildo it was IMPOSSIBLE!
In the fight against Base Baby, He was sent to another dimension by Base Baby Death ball, his power was so great that it warped Goku into another dimension:
He was sent to a dimension when you can't use Ki or else you will be stuck in that dimension for ever. The host cheats and the space is collapsing.…
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Show me goku
 Planet Busting
 MultiPlanet Busting
 Solar system busting
 Galaxy busting
I want pure feats no statements or fan boy calculations meaning MANGA and CANON proof if you cant post then the profiles stays the way I put it.
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 Scan wise he has 0 scans meaning his profile is speculation which is basically inaccurate.
 Goku has pure fans only giving him the Planet level logic but with no scans.
 Goku is nothing but hyperbole,statements and contradiction.

Everyone should stop vandalizing this Wikia.
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Can Alucard survive or is Schrodinger/immortality no save from Flandre's power & even if Alucard can survive, could a majority of other Touhou characters still be able to defeat him?
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As Flandre Scarlet crushes the "eye" of the target, would the target burst & crumble into dust which dissolves into thin air into nothingness or does this literally dematerialize the target so the target will disappear into thin air in a flash from time/history itself retroactively rather than physically vaporizing it or breaking into pieces telekinetically so the target will lose all its properties/features/attributes & is no longer seen, felt & heard(& as for the person/animal same like the target, the person/animal will no longer feel a thing)?
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Its already known that Alucard has absorbed Schrodinger, turning him into a paradox so that exists as long as he wills it & even regenerate from nothingness, rendering him immortal and indestructible & in the Scarlet Devil mansion, he'd block Sakuya Izayoi's knifes & escape Remilia's fate BUT how on Earth is he going live again if Flandre Scarlet break(were to destroy with her "kyu") either his self awareness or Schrodinger’s soul(destroying Alucard along with Schrodinger, erasing his existence) & how would he survive such destructive power before Alucard is DEAD & NO LONGER EXISTING FOR GOOD?!!
If Flandre crushes the "eye", does that what Flandre kills does NOT come back to life FOREVER?!!!
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The socalled "preretcon Beyonder" is sometimes mistakenly called omnipotent, but he is not. A quick search brought me three scans that prove this.
First: This scan refers to him as "nearomnipotent," and displays the nonomnipotent Molecule Man matching him.
Second: This scan clearly conveys that his power can be reduced.
Third: This scan tells us of his limited power.
Aside from these, there is the fact that Dr. Doom stole his powers in Secret Wars I, and more importantly, the lack of proof that he was omnipotent in the first place.
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hello i am trying to be the wikia admin because there isn't on the FP wikia and i am trying to help not cause trouble. Beyonder (talk) 14:41, October 17, 2014 (UTC)BeyonderGod
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Well, as far as I understand, having power a million times greater than multiversal scale would "only" make the PreRetcon Beyonder into an extremely high 5dimensional being, since a multiverse has 5 dimensions. In comparison, well after the Beyonder was downgraded to universal scale, the Living Tribunal was stated to have been retroactively upgraded to 16 dimensional scale, which is 11 degrees of infinity above that.
Omnipotence seems to be a relative concept. As in, just because a character is supreme in one setting does not mean that it would be in another, and vice versa, just because a character is not supreme in one setting dies not mean that it wouldn't be supreme in another. Basically, PreRetcon Beyonder was the biggest kid on the…
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Who else is tired of these people wanking off unwanted characters?
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I won't be needing the KOR... KON? KOO? KOOM? Goddamn you xeno and your name changes... Anyways, I won't be needing that account anymore, so I posted a blog for no reason whatsoever. At all. Fuck off.
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Yep its me. How you peeps doing? Good? Good.
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