I'm not sure if you can do this exactly because its an old game and pixel scaling but yeah I might as well ask in case you can what's the durability of the spaceship to survive this explosion https://youtu.be/epGmab2QJgM?t=468 heres the ships specs if that helps any if you can't figure it out just say the planet was the same size as Mars
I was told you are the guy to talk to about AP calc.
What's the AP of a person that manipulates the atmosphere to crush people with an atmospheric pressure of 1000 atmospheres?
What would the AP be of a being who instantly evaporated the entire ocean of an ocean planet similar in size to Earth?
What would the AP be of someone who can create a tempeture of -K to attack?
Now, to vaporize water, you have to overcome heat capacity, get to it's boiling point, and achieve latent heat or... something I dunno, either way
1.34595e+21 times 4186 times (100-the average temperature of water, let's say... I dunno, 25 degrees, sure)+1.34595e+21 times 2264705.7 is 3.4707416e+27 Joules, 829.527160472 Petatons, Multi Continent level
Oh shit.... I should've changed "a person" to "Kyman". I copied and pasted it from the Faintree verse page. His immortality isn't combat applicable unless it would be in character for Aiden to push the button on the orb.
Yeah but he was gonna litterally "shatter it into pieces" and every planet leveled feat I see that gets calculated ends up being either 5-A or High 5-A.
Mostly because the KE is immensely higher than what's actually needed for GBE, a proper 5-B planet bust would be rather slow
In fact, let me calc it
The GBE of earth is 2.487x10^32 joules, while the mass is 5.972×10^24 Kilograms
2.487x10^32 divided by .5 times 5.972 × 10^24 is 83288680.509, the square root of that is 9126.26322812 meters per second, mach 26.6071814231
Which sounds fast... until you realize this is an entire planet moving, and it would be going at an utterly miniscule amount of it's length per second. You'd probably need a minute per second timelapse to actually tell the planet is splitting apart
then again I may have missed something in that calc, but, either way, most proper planet busts go into MHS+ or Rel
There was a rumbling kinda sound that started as soon as a ten second countdown begun. Just like in many spy movies as soon as that time was up, that would literally be it. The entire planet would've been destroyed. Luckily Jasper came in and stopped it literally 9 miliseconds before the end of countdown. Eventually a few seconds after that the rumbling stopped. But no we never actually saw the explosion (Thank god for that).