Creating and destroying an infinite sea of nothingness is a supporting 2-A? Or is that lower? Quote if you care
Remia snapped her fingers and the space around them became distorted. Lilith was shocked for a second until she realized the Archangel's intentions. The two woman spawned into an infinite sea of nothingness.
The angel recovered, but she was shocked when she looked up and saw Lilith charging a large ball of darkness above her finger. Dark electricity was covering the entire ball.
"Heaven's 13 legion Defense!" Remia shouted. A large golden shield forms in front of her. It was bigger than the ball of energy Lilith was charging. Lilith threw it at the shield. Upon contact, a large dark electricity explosion was created. It instantly destroyed the entire void they were in.
Still good enough for a supporting, was created with a finger snap, and Lilith said that wasn't enough to prevent wider scale destruction between the two. was only created so they can fight in private. Not so they don't destroy everything
Being able to destroy plates that contain countless multiverses. Each multivere can contain infinite amount of universes. Even universes can take on the form of small jewels inside a universe itself. One of my characters has destroyed 7 million of these multiverses, but is capable of destroying plates that can contain more than that. Just wanna be sure lol. As i have 2-B
I'm about to do some minor edits to Roland's shikai and bankai. It's gonna function pretty much the same, but I'm playing around with the idea of him having his sword actually turn into armor that does some cool shit. Just letting you know before you post the thread with him up against David Beckum.
Rykonn. You can't become High 1-A, and that justification isn't High 1-A to begin with. Also, High 1-As don't really fight each other as they can't really be defeated (such a limitation is too major for a High 1-A).
I noticed that some of your pages have lifting strength listed with AP titles. This is just a friendly reminder that this is not right, and we use the scale listed on the Lifting Strength page for that stat.