1. So I have a character who survives a 1.854 megaton feat but gets knocked out unconsious by it and wakes up an hour later. Does this make him on a high scale of High 7-C, baseline or what?
2. Characters in Faintree can boost their ap to the point where they can take opponents on the same level at them in five hits. Is there a way of figuring out how much higher those stat boosts make them?
1. Really? How come? I thought it would put them on a lower level because the attack is so much higher than their durabiltiy that it knocks them out. Although doesn't your skull need to touch your brain in order to go unconcious? Correct if I'm wrong.
2. Oh okay, so we just say they become more powerful than that but we just don't know how much higher.
That's not necessarily true, actually. If you look at, say, the Fate series, there's established precedent in the actual VsBW standards proper for backscaling from an attack that's considered big/barely survived, particularly if its towards the bottom end of a tier.
Example: Lancer/Artoria's Noble Phantasm clocked in at 124.35 Gigatons (a small ways into High 6-C), and since Saber/Gawain narrowly survived that, he backscales to a somewhat-ambiguous spot in Island level, the tier beforehand.
If you're that concerned that they may not scale from getting close to one-shot, you could I suppose list it as "At least Large Town level, possibly/likely Small City level" and then explain in parentheses the feat?
1.854 Megatons is considerably more above the baseline (1 Megaton) of its tier in comparison to 124.35 Gigatons (not far about 100 Gigatons)...
^Aye. The above example, mind, dramatically downscales, twice over, and the base value is just like 25% or so over the baseline. I'd not sell the feat short so readily if its just "this attack injured this character, and they got knocked out by being injured" unless they were in like perfect health/especially braced for impact or something.
If you mean perfect health as in they didn't have any damage done to them whatsoever.before the feat happened. Then yes they were.
"especially braced for impact or something."
Were they braced for impact? Well..... They thought the pod they were in was tank everything that comes it's way through the journey, but it got destroyed as soon as it hit the Earh's atnmosphere which shocked them and yeah.
Sorry if I'm struggling to understand this.
1. But where on Small City Level and Large Town Level does this put them at? I'm assuming on a really low scale of Low 7-B and a high scale of High 7-C?
2. There are also other characters who also backscale from said character who barely survived that feat but got knocked out too. Gonna assume they are just lower on High 7-C?
3. One character who overpowers who barely survived that feat but not enough to knock them out in one hit. Gonna assme that's just a low scale of Low 7-B.
Would it be possible to figure out an estimated approximate amount of kilotons or megatons for tbose? Because that would make it easier for me to find matches.
EDIT: I've come to a conclusion on what to do. I'm gonna make it so that one character is Low 7-B due to being more powerful to the character who survived that feat via being knocked out because he's more powerful than them. The character who got knocked out by the feat is gonna be High 7-C+ & Low 7-B and the same will go with every character comparable to them. Then there will be other characters who are inferior to that character because they're weaker putting them at High 7-C.
Sorry for late reply, but you can get those types of info boxes a lot easier if you take each part with a | as a separate line. It would also help to keep a page like that open in "see source" in case you misspell something.