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  • Tod the Eldrazi

    Hello everyone, as you may have heard, MS Paint Adventures runs on string theory. Why does it run on string theory?

    Because this happened.

    An "Extra-Dimensional Cosmic Superstring Strata"

    The two words "Extra-Dimensional" and "Superstring" supports MS Paint Adventures running on string theory.

    (Note: Problem Slueth and Homestuck share the same existence: See this and this.)

    What also supports MSPA running on string theory?

    This.

    This absolutely seals the deal. In string theory, universes are made out of 1-Dimensional strings (Hence how string theory got it's name) and the Godhead Pickle Inspector sewed universes back together with strings, which makes the universes made out of strings.

    That is why MSPA runs on string theory.

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  • Mr. Bambu

    Withersoul has shown me a character, Ani, who can alter the weather of her town pretty much at will. While I don't think the storms will be overly notable, we'll calc a baseline for the blizzard creation. 


    First off, let's make some assumptions. Let us assume that this is baseline for a township, and that this blizzard she made rivals at least the low-end for the worst storms in the area, since the protagonists appear to disbelieve such a storm would even be happening.

    So, according to Google, a township is 1.004e9 square feet. Get a square root of that to find that the diameter should be roughly 31685.959 feet, assuming the town is square. 

    We're going to add 50% to this width, as I severely doubt the blizzard stopped at the EXACT edge of th…


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  • Mr. Bambu

    In one episode I don't remember, Lrrr threatens to raise the temperature of all of Earth by one million degrees a day. Let's go ahead and calc that.


    We'll assume he means the entire atmosphere of Earth, which rises 6200 miles above Earth (9977933 meters). The surface area of Earth is 196.9 million square miles (or 5.1e14 m^2) in land area. We don't know if he meant Farenheit or Celsius, so we'll do both. 

    Average Temp (Celsius): 14.6

    Average Temp (Farenheit): 58.3

    Right. From this we can get temp change (one million - average temp). And now... mass. 5.1e14 x 9977933 = 5.089e21 m^3 volume. Density of air is 1.225 kg/m^3 at 15 Celsius, which is what 14.6 rounds up to. We're gonna use that.

    5.089e21 x 1.225 = 6.234e21 kg

    We'll use 1003.5 J/kg for o…


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  • Mr. Bambu

    Honestly why not letsa-go


    Obvious stuff for robots (Invulnerability to Life Manipulation, Empathic Manipulation, and so on) should be left out.

    However...

    • Enhanced Senses (Can detect substances totally undetectable to humans)
    • Technological Manipulation (Can take information from other androids and presumably other technologies, can interact with technology from a distance through transactions and the like)
    • Limited Precognition (Could determine the outcomes of their own actions if given a moment to think)
    • Athleticism (Can perform low-tier parkour)
    • Limited Memory Manipulation (Connor, at least, could upload his memory to other models, which leads me to my next point)
    • Parasitic Immortality (Can send any memories to another model, effectively living …

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  • Mr. Bambu

    Depressing Blog

    June 12, 2018 by Mr. Bambu

    This blog has depressing real-world stuff in it that, if you're easily triggered, might be disturbing to you. Please don't read if you fall under that category.


    I am writing this at 4:44 AM Eastern Standard Time on June 12th, 2018. As of this exact moment, there are 36 people in front of me for the suicide prevention hotline. 

    Let me give some context. I have had mental illnesses my whole life (hence my web-dwelling) and currently I am in a bit of a crisis (don't ask why) and while my text might not display it well I'm having a severe panic attack as I write this. I have been and probably will be depressed for my entire life. I'll cut out the details of why.

    I'm not writing this as a call for help or attention, or as any kind of stunt. I'm wr…


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  • Mr. Bambu

    In a prequel comic, a witch creates a "storm" via arcane energy". I suppose we can treat this like a normal storm. 


    We won't do KE since we don't have a timeframe. We'll do a Low-End assuming distance-to-horizon for human height, and as a High-End using the diameter of London since it seems to be set in London.

    Benedict Cumbermatch (person who played Strange) is 6'0 or 182.88 cm tall. Using this our distance to the horizon is 4.8 km. 

    London has a width of 33.99 miles (54.7 km). Halve this for a radius of 27.35 km. Standard height WAS 9144 meters (30000 feet), and I'm gonna keep using that even though it apparently changed. 

    Low-Volume: 6.62e11 m^3

    High-Volume: 2.15e13 m^3

    Density of a cloud is 0.0005 kg/m^3, as can be found on the internet. 

    Low…


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  • Mr. Bambu

    This calc is ONLY for crashing the Avenger, though I do plan on calcing the Alien Pod that dropped afterwards. Basically, there's a chance that a UFO will attack your ship and another chance that it will take down your AVENGER, opting a surprise mission with tons of enemies.


    So, the PE of the ship. We don't know how high the ship was, only that it was in very thick clouds. Personally they look like cumulus or cumulonimbus but I'm bad at identifying clouds so if this is wrong my bad. Whatever. We're gonna use PE, since the enemy UFO had to muster the energy to overpower the ship's energy keeping it afloat. Basically it had to overpower any energy keeping it up (i.e., the potential energy).

    PE = mgh

    m = mass in kg

    g = gravity = 9.8 m/s

    h = height…



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  • Mr. Bambu

    In XCOM, you can shoot down UFOs. Also in XCOM, your damage to the UFO can cause the UFO to be totally destroyed, all members killed and render the ship unsalvageable. Considering that it is still considered salvageable when all walls are destroyed and all tech is shattered, it seems fair to assume this is at least v. frag and likely pulverization. However, due to the nature of the XCOM weapons, vaporization is also likely since it does that to these materials somewhat regularly. 


    So first, the "volume". We will assume 80% hollowness. 

    Based on one of the earlier blogs we know the height of the walls is 455 cm tall (sauce). Now then, we have an image to compare to!

    We will compare the height of the wall to the overall width of the ship, and t…


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  • Mr. Bambu

    Gonna do a few calcs for XCOM real quick. Apparently there was an 8-B calc for the Sectopod's durability, which would be fine since we have an 8-A calc for the Blaster Launcher. But I dunno where that is. So let's do a few pretty casual calcs. 


    First off, explosions. Any explosion can destroy the object I'm about to show you. Let's look at it. 

    So, the Andromodon is standing next to what appears to be either a plastic or metal light. 

    We'll assume metal because I haven't the foggiest on how to calculate for plastic. 

    So, the grenade fragments this, causing it to collapse. Fragmentation of iron is 20 j/cc, for a high-end we'll assume v. frag and use 42.43 j/cc. 

    Now then. This is a rectangle with a ramp-shape on top. We will assume 50% hollownes…



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  • Mr. Bambu

    Basic calc, just gonna see how powerful the XCOM grenades are. No biggie. Just need a decent screenshot. 


    This is the hemisphere of the grenade. We can compare to the XCOM operatives to get a value, specifically their heads, as the average head is 23.9 cm tall (granted, these are above average people but meh).

    Comparatively, that hemisphere is 4.58 meters wide, making for a diameter of 2.29 meters. Our equation is R = Y^1/3 * 0.28, with R as radius in km and Y as yield in kilotons of TNT. 

    Plug in 0.00229 (2.29 meters as km) to get a value of 5.47057e-7 kilotons, or 2.289 x 10^6 Joules, neatly into Wall level. This applies to a durability for literally the weakest characters in-game, the ADVENT Troops, since even they can tank a grenade (norm…


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  • Mr. Bambu

    So, I just wanna do a calc based on a feat I did in-game. I'm expecting Wall level, but we'll see.


    So in this photo we can see a hole in the wall. This was caused by my sniper hitting it one time with their weapon. So let's calc it, since it scales to literally all weapons. 

    So first off, we'll compare that hole (that is in the background) to a head in the background- top right hand side of the screen, the civilian. 

    Average height of a human head is 23.9 cm (or 0.239 m, however you wish to see it).

    Comparatively, the hole is 177.54 cm tall, 70.39 cm wide, and about 24.62 cm thick. So our sniper destroyed a block of stone with a volume of 307677.14 cm^3. 

    Low-End we'll say V. Frag, High-End we'll say pulverization- but the low-end is more likel…


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  • Lonkitt

    I'll admit, I'm not the best MCU guy to talk to, but the rankings are fairly all over the place. Iron Man has Building and MCB rankings, yet Steve is still only street level for fighting him. Spider-Man in base should be supersonic in terms of reaction via dodging bullets starting at a close range  . He also easily took on Falcon and Bucky. Keep in mind Falcon appears to have some bullet and missle dodging feats. From this compilation , I'm sure we could get decent calc. Hawkeye himself has dodged a bullet which didn't come out to supersonic, but is still an upgrade. Same with Bucky. Cap should scale a above Base Spidey via him beating him and Tony said Cap could stomp him. I know there are bigger players in the MCU to take care of, but I'…

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  • Paulo.junior.969

    We're talking about this page.

    Warning, really long list of abilities ahead.


    Hacking (Reprogrammed Ultron), Power Bestowal (Has a machine that can grant superpowers to regular humans), Energy Manipulation (Has an armor that allows the user to control the Power Cosmic for five hours), Duplication (Loki stated that, given time, Doom could create a perfect clone of him), Power Mimicry (His chair duplicates the powers of whoever sits on it, and he can use them to power a robot), Statistics Amplification (Can use vibranium to increase his mystical abilities), Has once created an entire army of DoomBots, all powered by the Power Cosmic, (which is the same thing that powers the Heralds of Galactus, The strongest DoomBots were shown to be powerful e…


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  • Paulo.junior.969

    We've been cleaning up some of our oldest pages recently, plus, I just watched Deadpool 2, so, here we go.

    This is what the page looks like right now: Deadpool (FOX)

    This is how I think it should look like:

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    Deadpool (born Wade Winston Wilson) is a Canadian freelance mercenary who became a superhuman with a regenerative healing factor from the Mutant Workshop program.

    Wade possess a highly sarcastic and great sense of humor that irritates and annoys most of his enemies. He loves cartoons, potty humor, Skee-Ball, classic music, television shows, rap music and American pop culture. Despite his initial immaturity, Wade is a genuine, soft, good-hearted man, and in time became a very moral and heroic person to the point of sacrificing himself to save…



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  • Mr. Bambu

    Just gonna quickly go through some of the more notable effects of Deathwing's reawakening. 


    First off, Thousand Needles and the tidal wave. 

    About 17:30 in. 

    On top of that stone pillar is a village- we can see one building with an arc'd roof. We can assume ~5 meters for its height. The wave, comparatively, is 340 meters tall.

    We will use the mass of all water in the area. Thousand Needles is oval in shape, so we will find the area of an oval (Area = Pi * r1 * r2). Using our aforementioned map, we will get a value of 565365 m for the longer radius and 173910 m for its short radius. Area is 3.089e11 m^2, multiply by 340 to get our total volume of 1.050e14 m^3. That said, it also flodded the bay- so we will get volume for that too, netting us an…



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  • Mr. Bambu

    Again, it's been done already, but a high-ranking lieutenant of Al'Akir created a storm over Tol'Vir. 


    We'll use his same images for scaling. His character is NOT 6'10. That's such a weird assumption to make. His character should be around 6'0, however (182.88 cm). 

    In his screenshots, 6'0 is 66 pixels whereas the height of the building is 762 pixels. So.

    182.88 / 66 = 2.771 cm/pixel. 

    2.771 x 762 = 21.12 meters

    Add the original 1.83 meters from just height to get 22.95 meters, and using the calculator mentioned in that blog we get a horizon distance of 17.1 km. 

    Standard height for clouds is 9144 meters. Plugging into the volume of a cylinder equation, we get a volume of 8.40e12 m^3. Density of a cloud is 0.0005 g/m^3, netting us 4.200 x 10^9 k…


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  • Mr. Bambu

    Redoing this because it has a few things wrong with it.


    First off, the starting position. It seems more fair to assume a height of 1000 meters. Using this gets us 112.9 km horizon distance. 

    Moving on. Clouds are 9144 meters tall average. Volume of a cylinder with a 112900 m radius and a 9144 m height nets us 3.66e14 m^3. Density of a cloud is 0.0005 kg/m^3, netting us a weight of 1.83e11 kg. Moving on. 

    This calc says the storm started at 0:03 and was finished being created at 0:09 and goes on to say this is 5 seconds. This is 6 seconds. Moving on again.

    The storm would have traveled its radius in a big circle, so we can use the distance of the radius as our distance traveled in that time, netting us 18816.67 m/s (Mach 54.86, High Hypersonic+…


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  • Mr. Bambu

    About six minutes in a fel demon hurls itself out of a storm cloud to destroy Varian Wrynn's aircraft. Let's calc its KE and speed, which should scale to fodder tiers.


    So, looking at this image, note two things. We know the fel demon originated from within the clouds, so above that tower seems fair. While we have nothing to scale the tower to, we can see it is reaching well into the clouds, meaning we can assume it is 1000 meters tall at the very lowest (and 2000 meters as a high-end lowball). 

    The second thing you should note is the people on deck, meaning we can scale our images using angsizing (since we know the average height of the human head is 23.9 cm tall, we can say 25 here to account for the helmet). 

    Height of Human Head in Pixels:…


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  • Mr. Bambu

    Music (or band characters, or whatever) should be accepted assuming they have a legitimate canon. Slim Shady even has a page on VSBW. So why should that not apply to other bands? Hell, we even use Steam Powered Giraffe, a band. So I'm gonna look for some feats for TWRP and NSP.


    For reference, this applies to Doctor Sung, Havve Hogan, Commander Meouch, and Lord Phobos. 


    Immortality (Type 1): Was born at around the same time as the Big Bang and was still a child at the beginning of the First Ice Age. Billions of years later he discovered his life's purpose. 

    Dimensional Travel: Sung can travel through different universes, and used this to search for his bandmates. 

    Time Manipulation: Can go to the distant future or to the caveman era to search f…




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  • HeadlessKramerGeoff777



    Tier: Unknown, 9-C

    Name: Bloody Mary

    Origin: Modern Mythology

    Gender: Female

    Age: Unknown

    Classification: Ghost

    Powers and Abilities: Teleportation, Non-Corporeal, Immortality, Telekinesis, Fire Manipulation, Possession, Fear Manipulation, Portal Creation, Summoning, Death Manipulation, Precognition

    Attack Potency:

    Speed: 

    Lifting Strength:

    Striking Strength:

    Durability:

    Stamina:

    Range:

    Standard Equipment:

    Intelligence: 

    Weaknesses: 

    Notable Attacks/Techniques:



    Notable Victories:

    Notable Losses:

    Inconclusive Matches:

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  • Mr. Bambu

    TWRP Calc: The Hit

    May 31, 2018 by Mr. Bambu

    In the music video 'The Hit', Sung pushes a space shuttle towards Earth at relativistic speeds. Let's calc it for posterity's sake.


    A space shuttle weighs 74842.741 kg. That's assuming it is empty, so we're gonna leave it at that for now (as a safe low-end, it could go much higher with more practical assumptions).

    Now, we do have a screenshot and can compare it to the actual Earth to get an idea of distance. 

    Diameter of the Earth: 12742000 meters

    Portion of screenshot shown is 3267912 meters. 

    Pixel width is 144. Screen is 108 pixels tall.This equates to a 0.683 Radians angle (or 39.08 degrees). 

    Angsize time. Using this and plugging in known size of the Earth portion and the degrees, we find a distance of 4603900 meters travelled. This was don…



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  • Mr. Bambu

    A couple more notable enemies I'll bring up for examples, once again in Dwarf areas. Obsidion is, despite his name, a large steel golem a certain dying archaeologist wants killed, and Anathemus is a HUGE giant roaming the Badlands. They both have images for scaling on the linked pages. 


    Obsidion can be compared to the human for a few values. We'll scale his legs, arms, and body (since his head does not rise above his body). Average size for a male head is 23.9 cm. 

    Legs (Cylinders)

    Height- 331 cm

    Width- 170 cm

    7.51e6 x 2

    Arms (Cylinders)

    Height- 181.5 cm

    Length- We will have to assume due to angle, but 250 cm seems fair.

    6.47e6 x 2

    Torso (Rectangular Prism)

    Height: 490 cm

    Width: 147 cm

    Length: 56 cm

    4.034e6

    For simplicity's sake, we'll leave out fingers …


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  • Mr. Bambu

    So this guy is a really early boss in WoW. You have to kill it. A big solid iron golem is a pretty neat feat for the low tiers, eh? Let's calc it (I plan on going through some more low-tier feats as well).


    We have an image provided, luckily. We can scale to the dwarf, who should have a head height of roughly 23.9 cm.

    We can get some lengths for the rest of the golem. To be safe. 

    Foot (Rectanglular Prism):

    114 cm long

    90 cm wide

    36 cm tall

    Volume: 369360 cm^3

    Leg (Cylinder)

    62 cm tall

    57.5 cm wide

    Volume: 163809 cm^3

    Wrist (Hexagonal Prism)

    49 cm base width

    14 cm tall

    Volume: 87332 cm^3

    Fingers (Rectangular Prism)

    65 cm tall

    22 cm wide

    22 cm long

    Volume: 31460 cm^3

    Head (Ellipsoid) 

    101.5 cm tall

    38 cm radius

    Volume: 30700 cm^3

    Torso (Wedge)

    181.5 cm tall

    140 cm Sho…


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  • Mr. Bambu

    According to this, Freya, one of the Titanic Keepers, shaped Un'Goro Crater. Let's calc it real quick. 


    In a previous blog we established the size of the continents by comparing to the size of the Maelstrom, which could be seen from space. That was here. Luckily, we can get the size of Un'Goro Crater as well simply by looking at the map below. 

    Un'Goro Crater is set to scale near the bottom right hand side of the map. Luckily, as said in previous blog, we know Kalimdor is 9394 km long from top to bottom. With that, we can scale. Comparatively, Un'Goro Crater is roughly 896.5 km wide.

    However, we do not know the depth. Luckily, Un'Goro is surrounded by mountains. We can assume a baseline of 600 meters for all of these- however, that is 600 m a…


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  • HeadlessKramerGeoff777

    Willy Wonka is the mysterious creator of a chocolate factory and the Wonka Bar product. He first appears in the 1964 novel Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and has since appeared in various forms of media. This goes from video games to movie adaptations, and even an animated crossover with Tom and Jerry.


    Tier: At least 10-B, possibly higher | At least 9-C

    Name: Willy Wonka, The Candyman, Mr. Wonka

    Origin: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Books, movie adaptations, and video games)

    Gender: Male

    Age: Unknown, older adult

    Classification: Owner of the Wonka chocolate factory

    Powers and Abilities: Genius Intelligence, Vehicular Mastery, Weapon Mastery, possibly Animal Manipulation (Of squirrels), and limited Technological Manipulation (This scene) | All previ…


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  • Mr. Bambu

    One day, a god named Odin captured a pair of wolf pups. And one day, those wolves grew, and were told to chase the greatest balls a dog could chase- the sun and moon. Let's calc it. 


    The moon has a velocity (average) of 1023.056 m/s.

    The moon has a mass of 7.348 x 10^22 kg. That said, we can get the KE of the moon itself, netting us 3.845 x 10^28 Joules, or Large Continent level, almost Large Continent level+. That said, the other wolf catches the sun. 

    Let's calc it using the same speed, since apparently they both orbit Earth. Mass has a velocity of 1.989 x 10^30 kg. Using same speed, we get 1.041 x 10^36 Joules, or Large Planet level

    Finally, some giant made the sun. Let's get the GBE of that coz I dunno if we just have it laying around. 

    U…


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  • HeadlessKramerGeoff777





    The Rake is an unknown cryptid creature dwelling in the Americas (although it has been spotted on 4 continents). It is known to induce an effect similar to a banshee; whoever's name it says is prone to grievous bodily harm, death, or other tragic event.


    Tier: At least 9-C, possibly higher

    Name: Unknown, referred to as The Rake

    Origin: Creepypasta

    Gender: Unknown

    Age: Unknown, at least 900 years old

    Classification: Carnivorous Cryptid

    Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Longevity/Immortality (Type 1), Regeneration (Mid-Low to High-Low), Enhanced Senses (Night Vision), Natural Weapons (Jaws, claws, apparently makes use of enhanced metal claws for even more powerful slashes), Omen of Death presumably guarantees the death (eventually) o…






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  • Mr. Bambu

    This was requested by Hellbeast1, so you'll have to ask him for a source, but considering how cool the game is, I'm happy to calc it and he seems knowledgeable. So I'll believe it. Anybutt. According to him, Baldur can cause Fimbulwinter, heralding Ragnarok. 


    As suggested, I will do this calc for ONLY the area of Scandanavia as a low-end, and the world for a high-end. Granted, even the high-end is likely a low-end due to the fact that GoW Earth is MUCH larger than our own planet. 

    Anyways. As an apocalyptic event, this should be at least as cold as the coldest temp ever recorded in the area (Sweden): -52.6 C in Lappland. This is cold enough to instantly freeze water. 

    Land area of Scandanavia is 928057 km^2. Height of the troposphere (lowest …


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  • Mr. Bambu

    This is basically just an attempt to get an idea on how large each continent is. We'll be using my last calc, in which we got the radius of the Maelstrom- 2889.58 km wide. With that, we can look at a typical map and get the size. This isn't for a feat of anyone, just in case this needs archived. 


    Pretty simple, you can use pretty much any map that pops up from "Azeroth Map" on a Google search. Let's compare. 

    Length of Kalimdor: 9394.86 km

    Width of Kalimdor (shortest): 1655.83 km

    Width of Kalimdor (widest): 4448.12 km

    Length of Eastern Kingdom: 10304.13 km

    Width of Eastern Kingdom (shortest): 844.77 km

    Width of Eastern Kingdom (widest): 3961.00 km

    Width of Northrend: 5162.39 km

    Length of Northrend: 2896.14 km

    Width of Pandaria: 3896.06 km

    Length of P…


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  • HeadlessKramerGeoff777

    The Dogscape, also called the Dog Mother, is an being that comes from multiple creepypasta tales. The stories and tales tell of a being comprised of a hivemind of dogs that covers the earth. The exact origins of the entity is unknown, but it started without warning. Military strikes barely slowed it as its girth expanded across the earth.


    Tier: 6-A, possibly High 6-A

    Name: The Dogscape, The Dog Mother

    Origin: Creepypasta

    Gender: N/A (Comprised of both male and female dogs), referred to as female

    Age: Unknown

    Classification: Hivemind of dogs, destroyer of the earth

    Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Regeneration (High-Mid, possibly higher; Regenerated from being bombed, having its hearts and brains destroyed, etc.), Absorption (A…


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  • Paulo.junior.969

    Our Undertale pages are some of the oldest on this site, and their quality is… not the best, to say the least.

    Anyway:


    The justifications for Annoying Dog’s Durability are:

    "Still exists, even if the reality he is in crashed"

    ^ Nothing wrong with this one.

    "Can't be fought, due to the fabric he stands on has too many holes in it"

    ^ Not a Durability feat, this is an ability.

    "As the supreme being of the Undertale verse, he should be more durable than Full Power Asriel"

    ^ This would give him 2-A AP.

    "A being with infinite 4D power is just fiction compared to him"

    ^ This would give him High 2-A AP.

    Annoying Dog’s Durability needs a revision; one of the justifications is not a Durability feat and the majority of them go against his AP. We should honestly…


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  • Mr. Bambu

    So I did a calc on this a long time ago, in which Malfurion Stormrage basically collapses the arcane foundation of the world, the Well of Eternity. Doing this causes the MASSSIVE city of Zin-Azshari or however you spell it to plummet to the ocean. However, I've been looking through lore, and it apparently created the huge whirlpool called The Maelstrom that still surges in the ocean today. 

    So let's calc that.


    So, this should be rotational kinetic energy. The calc for that is RE = 0.5 * I * ω²

    ω = RPM (Rotations Per Minute)

    I = moment of inertia (m^4)

    To calculate moment of inertia, use this:

    3/10 * m * r^2 (for a cone, anyways)

    m = mass

    r = radius

    We can assume some speeds for the water here based on the fact that it is considered really fast by t…


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  • HeadlessKramerGeoff777



    Black Eyed Children are a group of entities that have been seen world wide. They appear as children from ages 6 to 16, and have pitch black eyes. They have become so popular that they have been the subject of multiple novels and comic books.

    This profile is being based on the common conception of these entities (Mostly in creepypasta and some “real-life encounters”), and not using folktales or myths involving similar beings.


    Tier: Varies, likely 10-C, at most 10-B

    Name: Black Eyed Children, Black Eyed Kids

    Origin: “Real-life”/Creepypasta

    Gender: Varies, either male or female

    Age: Varies, appears between 6 and 16

    Classification: Unknown entities

    Powers and Abilities: Radioactive and Fear Aura, Mind Manipulation, possible Disease Manipulation (Can cause nos…




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  • HeadlessKramerGeoff777

    Chucky

    May 24, 2018 by HeadlessKramerGeoff777

    Tier: 9-C

    Name: Chucky the Killer Doll, Charles Lee Ray

    Origin: Child’s Play

    Age: 38 - 67 as of Cult of Chucky

    Gender: Male

    Classification: Killer doll

    Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Stealth, Possession, Soul Manipulation (As of Cult of Chucky, he has learned how to separate his soul into multiple Chucky dolls, and he can also move the souls of others into dolls and other objects), Resurrection, Immortality (Types 2 and 6; even after being nearly completely burned, having his head shot off, and being shot in the heart, Chucky still lives in the doll and will be alive if it is repaired), Regeneration (High-Low; can reattach his head and limbs)

    Attack Potency: Street level (Once cut a man in half with his knife, can beat adults …


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  • HeadlessKramerGeoff777

    Slappy

    May 24, 2018 by HeadlessKramerGeoff777

    Slappy is a possessed ventriloquist dummy, and the mascot of the Goosebumps franchise.


    Tier: 9-C

    Name: Slappy the Dummy, Mr. Badboy

    Origin: Goosebumps

    Gender: Male

    Age: Unknown

    Classification: Possessed ventriloquist doll

    Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Possession, Non-Corporeal, Size Manipulation (Grew to 20ft), Curse Manipulation, Portal Creation, Madness Manipulation, Life Manipulation (Can bring other inanimate objects to life), Dream Manipulation, Limited Disease Manipulation, Limited Mind Manipulation, Data Manipulation, Technological Manipulation, Stealth, Teleportation, Immortality (Unknown), Regeneration (At least Mid-Low, possibly Low-High. In Night of the Living Dummy III, Slappy healed part of his face just by having i…


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    Annabelle is supposably a possessed doll that is inhabited by a demonic presence. Annabelle is likely the most well know possessed object, due to its recent inclusion in pop culture. She first was given as a gift, eventually leading to the possession.


    Tier: Likely 9-C

    Name: Unknown, Annabelle Higgins (The name made up by the demon inhabiting the doll)

    Origin: “Real life”/Urban Legends

    Gender: Unknown, referred to as Female

    Age: Unknown

    Classification: Possessed doll

    Powers and Abilities: Teleportation, Fear Aura, Dream Manipulation, Can create notes out of presumably nothing, Flight/Levitation , Death Manipulation, Body Control (Can supposably get claws), Possession (Likely incapable of being used in combat), Technological Manipulation (Causes car failu…




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  • Mr. Bambu

    At one point, Odyn lifts a large portion of Ulduar and makes it float in the sky. Could be either a really good feat or a supporting feat for the existing Tier 6-C level of Warcraft people (those that scale from Ragnaros, Azshara, Therazane, or Neptulon). 

    So let's check it out.


    Even though this was only a small portion of Ulduar, we will assume a size roughly that of New York, since this is a huge city for Titans, beings that quite literally dwarf all normal humans, and the buildings are supposed to be many hundreds of times taller than a human being. 

    First off, the land. We'll assume average elevation in the US, or more specifically New York- no reason, really, besides keeping consistency with our former assumption. Average elevation there…


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  • HeadlessKramerGeoff777

    Tier: Unknown

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    Origin: The Holders Series

    Gender: Female

    Age: Unknown

    Classification: Holder of Object #346, Demon

    Powers and Abilities: Madness Manipulation, Pain Manipulation, Curse Manipulation, Sound Manipulation, Illusion Creation, Dream Manipulation, Mind Manipulation, Telepathy, Causes plants to die, Power Bestowal, Teleportation/Portal Creation

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    Tier: Unknown

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    Origin: The Holders Series

    Gender: Male

    Age: Unknown

    Classification: Holder of Object #54

    Powers and Abilities: Madness Manipulation, Mind Manipulation,Life Manipulation and Death Manipulation with Object #54

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  • HeadlessKramerGeoff777

    The Holder of War is war general, of a war yet to happen. He is a Holder of item 44.


    Tier: At least 9-C, possibly 9-B

    Name: Unknown, Holder of War

    Origin: The Holders Series

    Gender: Male

    Age: Unknown

    Classification: Holder of Object 44

    Powers and Abilities: At least Peak Human Physical Characteristics, possibly Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Martial Arts, Weapon Mastery, possibly limited Creation (Creates a holster for the Seeker)

    Attack Potency: At least Peak level, likely Wall level (Can easily kill a seeker, capable of breaking and crushing their bones [Including the skull], said to be stronger than an average human to an unknown extent)

    Speed: Likely Peak Human (Can rush a seeker before they can react).

    Lifting Strength: At least Athlete level

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    Tier: Unknown

    Name: Unknown, Holder of Darkness

    Origin: The Holders Series

    Gender: Male

    Age: Unknown

    Classification: A Holder

    Powers and Abilities: Madness Manipulation, Darkness Manipulation, possibly Fear Manipulation and Disease Manipulation

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  • HeadlessKramerGeoff777

    The Holder of the Game is the Holder of Object #185.


    Tier: 10-C

    Name: Unknown, Holder of the Game

    Origin: The Holders Series

    Gender: Can take the form of either gender

    Age: Unknown, takes form of young children

    Classification: Holder of object 185

    Powers and Abilities: Shapeshifting (Can take the form of anyone who has been a child), Empathy Manipulation, Status Effect Inducement via touch, Sound Manipulation, possibly Teleportation and Telekinesis

    Attack Potency: Below Human level (Takes the physical form of a child, can be overpowered by the average human).

    Speed: Unknown, likely Human level, Possibly higher (Chases whoever takes his object, and can run them down).

    Lifting Strength: Unknown

    Striking Strength: Likely Below Human Class

    Durability: Unknown (Never sho…


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  • HeadlessKramerGeoff777

    Unlike most Holders, The Holder of the First Seed is original a Seeker, who became a Holder once getting a hold of “object 3”.


    Tier: Varies, 10-B

    Name: Varies, The Holder of the First Seed

    Origin: The Holders Series

    Gender: Varies

    Age: Varies

    Classification: A Holder

    Powers and Abilities: Plant Manipulation (Poison Manipulation), Regeneration (To an unknown extent), Life Support (Doesn’t require sleep or food), likely more.

    Attack Potency: Human level, can ignores conventional durability with poison and spores.

    Speed: Human level

    Lifting Strength: Unknown

    Striking Strength: Human level

    Durability: At least Human level

    Stamina: Unknown

    Range: Standard melee range

    Standard Equipment: Object 3

    Intelligence: Varies

    Weaknesses: Plant manipulation and regeneration can only be u…


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  • HeadlessKramerGeoff777



    The Holder Series is a collection of stories/tales about 538 supernatural objects. While being somewhat of an off set of Creepypasta, this verse has its own website and featured content. The stories generally are a guide for “A Seeker” (A person looking for an object), who will happen upon a Holder. Holder’s are considered the guardians of objects, often knowing its origins and meaning.


    This verse is a rather spread out verse in power. Characters can go all the way from 10-C to 2-C. Most Holders also show basic Mind Manipulation, Madness Inducment, and limited Reality Warping.


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    • Holder of the First Seed
    • Holder of War
    • Holder of Darkness
    • Holder of the Game
    • Holder of Home
    • Holder of Charm
    • Holder of Fire
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  • HeadlessKramerGeoff777

    NOTE: This was made along time ago and is likely wanked

    The Skin Taker is a skeleton marionette, and an inhabitant of the Abysmal Kingdom, who was summoned to Candle Cove. He is known to roam around candle-lit caves and seashores. He is the most prominent figure of Candle Cove and its associated lore, frequently serving as a source of nightmares. He in the TV show Channel Zero, was also called Jaw bone and was the main antagonist(if you can really call him a one due to the show in Channel Zero being shown in only snippets and always seem to be about Bravery Cave). It also is later told that the real “Skin Taker” is the dream version of Jawbone and is part of Eddie Painter, who created the entire show/dimension in Channel Zero. Eddie Painter,…


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  • Mr. Bambu

    I should probably do a calc for the Tomb of Annihilation itself, since it has TONS of CRAZY SHIT in it, but I'm just starting to look at it so let's begin. There's an obelisk, a notable artifact of the tomb, in the courtyard. If you use identify on it, you feel something looking back at you. If you knock it over, a giant hell-beast pig-demon begins to attack you. This demon is super powerful compared to other demons and no matter where you are in the continent (Chult), the sky turns black with clouds. 

    That's very interesting, Let's calc it.


    Alright, so. We're going to assume two ends, the high-end being that Chult is comparable in width to the USA, the low-end being that Chult is comparable in width to an area like Spain. I don't know the s…


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  • HeadlessKramerGeoff777



    The Stalker is the main antagonist of the creepypasta Penpal, and the novel. He shows through the story his jealous love for the narrator, even from his childhood.


    Tier: At least 10-A

    Name: Unknown (Isn’t named)

    Origin: Creepypasta

    Gender: Male

    Age: Adult

    Classification: Stalker, Pedophile

    Powers and Abilities: At least Athletic Human Characteristics, Stealth Mastery, Manipulation, possibly Vehicular Mastery

    Attack Potency: Athlete level (Described as a large, bulky man)

    Speed: Likely Athletic Human level

    Lifting Strength: Likely Athletic Human level

    Striking Strength: Likely Athlete Class

    Durability: Athlete level

    Stamina: At least Average

    Range: Standard melee range

    Standard Equipment: Knife, Camera, Cellphone, etc.

    Intelligence: Above Average

    Weaknesses: Unknown



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    Tier: Unknown

    Name: Cow Head, Ox-Head, Gozu

    Origin: Mythology

    Age:

    Classification: Story

    Weilders: Unknown

    Powers and Abilities: Possession (Of the one telling the story), Mind Manipulation, Memory Manipulation, Fear Manipulation, possibly Curse Manipulation, Death Manipulation, and Disease Manipulation

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  • HeadlessKramerGeoff777



    The Puppetmaster's Regime is a old, unknown, and forgotten musical that first appeared in 1934. The play seemed to show supernatural properties and caused madness and fear to people who watched it or were involved in the production.


    Tier: At least 8-C , likely higher

    Name: The Puppetmaster’s Regime

    Origin: The Puppetmaster’s Regime (Creepypasta)

    Gender: Genderless

    Age: At least 84 (When the play first appeared.)

    Classification: Supernatural musical

    Powers and Abilities: Mind Manipulation, Sound Manipulation, Pain Manipulation, Fear Manipulation, Life Manipulation, Thread Manipulation, Madness Manipulation, Immortality (Assumed to exist as long as the idea of the play exist and/or anyone involved with it.), Non-Corporeal, Dream Manipulation, Light Manipula…




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  • HeadlessKramerGeoff777



    The NoEnd House is a living building that torchers those who dare enter it. It can shift its size, materials, and even its form of matter. It causes madness and fear. It can eat memories by creating clones from the victim’s mind. Everyone sees the house differently. It knows their fears and hopes. The main weakness of the House is most of its abilities only work inside the building.


    Tier: Unknown, At least 8-C

    Name: NoEnd House

    Origin: Creepypasta

    Gender: Genderless

    Age: Unknown

    Classification: Supernatural House

    Powers and Abilities: Darkness Manipulation, Light Manipulation, Fear Manipulation, Madness Manipulation, Reality Warping, Sound Manipulation, Pain Manipulation, Illusion Creation, Mind Manipulation, Pocket Reality Manipulation, Empathy Manipulat…




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