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Introduction

The following is an overview of our tiering system.

This tiering system is based off directly off of the VS Battles Wiki page, with a few extra tiers to better suit the types of characters we'll have...

Obviously, you are free to create your own tiers for character profiles, however these are the "official" tiers meant for silly characters that want to be at least somewhat analyzed seriously.

Explanation

This system is based on the principle that according to infinity in projective geometry, each higher spatial (or added temporal) dimension is an infinite number of times greater than the preceding number. Within this Wiki, you can check out this page for a bit longer explanation with easy to understand examples.

In addition, according to Brane Cosmology universes consist of 4-dimensional (3 spatial dimensions + 1 temporal dimension) branes in a higher-dimensional structure, with our multiverse containing something on the order of 10^500 of them.

M-Theory defines a sum totality of an entire multiverse with all higher dimensions included as a 10-11-dimensional structure.

The Scale

Low Tier

💩 Tier:

The most pathetic, sad excuses for life forms in all of existence. They are so weak that they have had their most pitiful of moments archived and made into internet "memes." Examples include Justin Bieber and Yamcha.

Garbage Tier:

For insanely weak characters, typically those who are downplayed to oblivion. Examples include ScrewAttack's Goku and Luigi.

Tier 11: Lower-Dimensional

11-C: 0-Dimensional Characters

Points

11-B: 1-Dimensional characters

Lines

11-A: 2-Dimensional characters

Planes

Tier 10: Regular

10-C: Below Average Human level

Physically impaired humans and most animals.

10-B: Average Human level

Normal human characters and certain animals.

10-A: Athlete level

Athletes, most fighting characters from action movies and strong animals.

Tier 9: Street

9-C: Street level

Peak Humans to Low Superhuman, Few physically very strong athletes and martial artists in real life. Most protagonists and final villains from action/martial arts movies.

9-B: Wall level

Characters/Weapons who can destroy a wall, or those who can easily harm characters with wall level durability.

9-A: Room/Small Building level

Characters/Weapons who can destroy a room or a small building, or those who can easily harm characters with room level durability.

Tier 8: Superhuman

8-C: Building level

Characters/Weapons who can destroy a building, or those who can easily harm characters with building level durability.

8-B: City Block level

Characters/Weapons who can destroy a city-block, or those who can easily harm characters with city-block level durability.

8-A: Multi-City Block level

Characters/Weapons who can destroy multiple city-blocks, or those who can easily harm characters with multi city-block level durability.

Tier 7: Nuclear

7-C: Town level

Characters who can destroy a town, or those who can easily harm characters with town level durability.

7-B: City level

Characters/Weapons who can destroy a city, or those who can easily harm characters with city level durability.

7-A: Mountain level

Characters/Weapons who can destroy a mountain, or those who can easily harm characters with mountain level durability.

Tier 6: Tectonic

6-C: Island level

Characters/Weapons who can destroy an island, or those who can easily harm characters with island level durability.

6-B: Country level

Characters who can destroy a country, or those who can easily harm characters with country level durability.

6-A: Continent level

Characters who can destroy a continent, or those who can easily harm characters with continent level durability.

Tier 5: Planetary

5-C: Moon level

Characters who can destroy a moon, or an astrological object of similar proportion.

5-B: Planet level

Characters who can create/destroy a planet.

5-A: Large/Multi-Planet level

Characters who can create/destroy multiple planets, or large gas giants such as Jupiter and Saturn.

Tier 4: Stellar

4-C: Star level

Characters who can create/destroy a star.

4-B: Solar System level

Characters who can create/destroy a solar system.

4-A: Multi-Solar System level

Characters who can create/destroy multiple solar systems.

Tier 3: Cosmic

3-C: Galaxy level

Characters who can create/destroy a galaxy.

3-B: Multi-Galaxy level

Characters who can create/destroy multiple galaxies.

3-A: Universe level

This category is separated in the following manner:

  • Universe level: Characters who can destroy all of the physical matter within an observable universe at full power.
  • High Universe level: Characters who have an infinite degree of 3-Dimensional power, alternately 4-dimensional power that is less than universal in scale/the ability to destroy or create small 4-dimensional space-time continuums.

Tier 2: Multi-Universal

2-C: Multi-Universe level

Characters who can destroy and/or create up to 1000 4-dimensional universal space-time continuums.

The lower bounds of this category is called Universe level+ or "Low 2-C". This is for characters who can destroy and/or create the entire space-time of one universe, not just the physical matter within one.

2-B: Multiverse level

Characters who can create and/or destroy 1001 to 10^500 universal space-time continuums. 10^500 is the scientifically theorized number of 4-dimensional universal space-time continuums within our own multiverse.

2-A: Multiverse level+

Characters who can instantly create and/or destroy 10^500 to an infinite number of 4-dimensional universal space-time continuums. "High 2-A" includes 5-dimensional characters.

Tier 1: Higher-Dimensional

1-C: Complex Multiverse level

These are 6-11-dimensional characters. Even 6-dimensional characters can logically easily destroy an infinite number of simple multiversal space-time continuums (this is roughly the equivalent of the previous "Megaverse" term), and 7-dimensional characters exceed that scale an infinite number of times, and so onwards. However, these characters do not exceed the 11-dimensional scale of the complete totality of a full multiverse, as defined by M-Theory.

This category is separated in the following manner:

  • Low Complex Multiverse level: 6-dimensional characters.
  • Complex Multiverse level: 7-dimensional, 8-dimensional and 9-dimensional characters. Alternatively ones that are positioned at an unknown/unspecified level within this category.
  • High Complex Multiverse level: 10-dimensional and 11-dimensional characters.

The highest characters of this category are an infinity x infinity x infinity x infinity x infinity number of times greater than the lowest characters.

1-B: Hyperverse level

12-dimensional beings and above. These are characters that are beyond complex multiversal scale.

"Hyperverse" in this case comes from two words: "Hyper", which is used in mathematics to designate higher-dimensional space, and something extreme, above or beyond the usual level. As well as "verse" as a short for "universe". So it is intended as a description of a higher, superior, higher-dimensional existence, beyond conventional reality.

12-dimensional characters are an infinite number of times greater than a full complex M-Theory multiverse, 13-dimensional character are an infinite number of times greater than that and so onwards.

This category is separated in the following manner:

  • Low Hyperverse level: 12- to 13-dimensional characters.
  • Hyperverse level: Characters with a finite number of dimensions greater than 13.
  • High Hyperverse level: Infinite-dimensional Hilbert space characters.

1-A: Outerverse level

Characters that that have no dimensional limitations, and are beyond scientific definition, the realm of metaphysics.

Basically it means that an object is outside of all concepts of time and space. This is something completely formless, abstract, metaphysical and transcendental. The usual scale does not make sense against a beyond dimensional object. Such beings can not be affected by destruction within the dimensions of time and space, or physical matter and energy. This "Space" in which there is no dimension can be the background for any dimensional space. Within such a dimensionless "space" you can place any dimensional structure, because there are no restrictions for dimensions.

This category is separated in the following manner:

  • Outerverse level: Characters that are beyond all dimensional scale.
  • High Outerverse level: Characters that are near tier 0, are extremely strong compared to other characters within this category, and whose power by far exceeds the regular requirements for tier 1-A.

Tier 0: Boundless

0: "True Infinity"

Beings that are boundlessly above absolutely everything, including existence and nonexistence, all duality, transduality, life, death, possibility, and causality, as well as all 1-A characters.

Beyond 0:

Beings that are boundlessly above boundlessness. As if omnipotence wasn't already a paradox, these characters will just make your mind hurt. In layman's terms, "Above Omnipotent" would be a good way to describe this.

Tier -1

Established characters who are wanked into oblivion. Examples include Brolypotence, Saitamnipotence, and Itachinipotence. Characters/memes that are exaggerated for the sake of comedy (like Pepe or ironically saying Yamcha is the strongest) also apply to this category.

Tier ∞

OC's that are made with the intention of being as ridiculously OP as possible. Examples include Riley (fanon) and the Suggsverse. (Note: Only OC's apply to this category. Tier -1's can be as powerful as Tier ∞'s but they don't belong here.)

Beyond the Concept of Tiers

As if this section of the "Tiering System" were not already ridiculously nonsensical, now comes a "tier" that by definition isn't even part of the Tiering System. A supposed rating that transcends all the ratings here entirely. Its very idea should allow "Beyond the Concept of Tiers", "Infinitely Beyond the Concept of Tiers" or any similar analogues to be vastly superior to anything else listed here. However this is far from the case. Because not even the "Omnipotence Paradox," "Beyond Omnipotence," or a tier that is beyond the concept of tiers is nearly as nonsensical as memes, the very fuel of this site.

Memetic Tier:

The highest tier possible. Only applied to characters whose supposed omnipotence has given them popular meme status. Examples include Chuck Norris, Segata Sanshiro, Squirrel Girl, and TFS Popo. Just because a character is a meme, does't automatically count them as Memetic Tier. The meme has to be about how powerful they are.

Sure, one could just claim that a character is Memetic or above, but they won't actually be seen as such until they meet the requirements and will always "officially" be considered weaker than these ones.

Ocean Tier

A lesser form of Memetic. Only the deepest most vast and boundless of things apply here. Examples include Sheoth's kindness, Madafaka's swag or Isaiah Mustafa's charisma. Characters can be put here as well. ScrewAttack Superman for instance would fit in this tier. These are pretty much jokes/characters that are well known for their power but not to the level of a meme. They are stronger than Beyond 0 but lower than true Memetic.

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