Range refers to how far the attacks of a certain character can efficiently reach on their own.
For more information about different units of length, please see this page. However, a general guide for categorizing range has been listed below.
Standard Melee Range: 50 cm to 1 m
- Applies to fighters using mostly their arms and legs as weapons.
- This includes most standard melee weapons, such as daggers, swords, axes, maces, etcetera
Extended melee range: 1 - 2 m
- Applies to fighters who utilize long melee weaponry or have otherwise short-ranged attacks that extend beyond normal human reach.
- Applies to weapons such as spears, halberds, and whips.
- This also applies to characters who possess abnormally long weapons such as Cloud Strife's Buster Sword and Guts' Dragonslayer.
Several meters: 2 - 10m
- Applies to weapons that are designed to be utilized as throwing weapons such as shuriken, bombs, grenades, and chakrams.
Tens of meters 10 - 100m
- Applies to fighters who are much larger than normal (Ex: Giant mecha, Kaiju, etc.)
- Most giant mecha are around 10 to 100 metres in height, thus their reach should be around there via melee.
- The distance of how far you can accurate hit something via slingshot
Hundreds of meters 100 - 1,000m
- The distance that you can reach with a bow & arrow/crossbow
- The distance that you can perceive without a scope; average firing range for firearms
Kilometers 1 - 10km
- The distance/width of an average city, or the distance between cities.
- Nuclear explosions from weaker bombs can reach this up to this range (Ex: Little Boy explosion radius = 1.85 km, B-61 explosion radius = 5.06 km)
Tens of kilometers 10 - 100km
- The distance/width of a large city or the distance between cities.
- Nuclear explosions from weaker bombs can reach this up to this range (Ex: Ivy Mike explosion radius = 15.64 km, Tsar Bomba explosion radius = 26.26km)
Hundreds of kilometers 100 - 1,000km
Thousands of kilometers 1,000 - 20,037 km
Planetary 20,037 - 1,391,400 km
- Half the circumference of Earth starts at 20,037 km
- The distance from the Earth to the Moon is 384,400 km
Stellar 1,391,400 - 50,290,000 km
- The diameter of the Sun is 1,391,400 km
- The circumference of the Sun is 4,371,212 km
Interplanetary 50,290,000 km - 4.22 LY
- The distance from Mercury to Venus is 50,290,000 km
- The distance from Mercury to Neptune is 4,443,090,000 km
- Mainly quantifies the distance between planets, or distance between multiple planets, etc.
Interstellar 4.22 - 50,000 LY
- The distance from Earth to the nearest star (Proxima Centauri) is 4.2 Light Years
- 50,000 LY is the radius of the Milky Way (radius of our galaxy)
Galactic 50,000 - 2,500,000 LY
- The radius of our galaxy, the Milky Way in 50,000 LY
Intergalactic 2,500,000 to 46.6 billion LY
- The distance from our galaxy, the Milky Way and Andromeda is 2.5 million LY.
- Mostly describes the distance between different galaxies in our universes.
Universal 46.6 billion LY and up
- The radius of our observable universe is 46.6 Billion LY.
- From here, the distance spans to infinity at that point, as there is no exact end to how far the actual universe spans.
Universal+: Attacks are able to reach anywhere within a single 4-dimensional space-time continuum
Low Multiversal: Attacks are able to reach anywhere between two to a thousand 4-dimensional space-time continuums
Multiversal: Attacks are able to reach anywhere between a thousand to any higher finite number of 4-dimensional space-time continuums
Multiversal+: Attacks are able to reach infinite 4-dimensional space-time continuums.
High Multiversal+: Attacks are able to reach throughout 5-dimensional space.
Low Complex Multiversal: Attacks are able to reach throughout 6-dimensional space.
Complex Multiversal: Attacks are able to reach throughout 7-dimensional to 9-dimensional space.
High Complex Multiversal: Attacks are able to reach throughout 10-dimensional to 11-dimensional space.
Low Hyperversal: Attacks are able to reach throughout 12-dimensional space.
Hyperversal: Attacks are able to reach 13-dimensional space and above, as long as it is a finite number of dimensions.
High Hyperversal: Attacks are able to reach an infinite number of dimensions of space and time (Hilbert space)
Irrelevant: At this point, range has no meaning as said characters on this level transcend it (1-A or above).
If this statistic refers to Teleportation or other non-combat-oriented techniques, this should be explicitly clarified within the text.