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Posted by MindingMuffin (350 posts) 1 month, 22 hours ago

Poll: How strong is Toriko (42 votes)

Continental 5%
Multi-continental 0%
Moon level 0%
Small Planetary 0%
Planet 12%
Large Planet 21%
Dwarf Star 10%
Star 14%
Large Star (Supernova level) 26%
Solar System 5%
Galaxy 0%
Multi-galaxy 0%
Universal 0%
Universal+ 0%
Low Multiversal 2%

How potent do you think Toriko's attacks are, how much do you believe they could destroy?

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#1 Posted by SocaJunkie (8405 posts) - - Show Bio

He sits between large planet and dwarf star level by feats.

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#2 Posted by MrViking (809 posts) - - Show Bio

I think at least dwarf star .

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#3 Posted by maestromage (1364 posts) - - Show Bio

Bare minimum Large Planet level. I think either dwarf star or star level would be most accurate.

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#4 Posted by Chad_Duby (5681 posts) - - Show Bio

Planet level at best.

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#5 Posted by Blizzard93 (98 posts) - - Show Bio

Star level for sure.

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#6 Edited by SocaJunkie (8405 posts) - - Show Bio

@chad_duby: Obviously not since he’s physically stronger than Acacia. Second Form Jirou punched the equivalent of a large planet into space and he isn’t as strong as EoS Toriko.

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#7 Posted by KingGuinness (1882 posts) - - Show Bio

Toriko can legitimately be argued at large star level. Beasts that are realistically fodder to Toriko like Cosmos Mammoth's are the size of entire stars, and by simply existing and moving they'd generate large star level energy. First form Neo tanked/consumed Don Slime's miniature supernova that was going to vaporize the entire Toriko planet, and Toriko himself was pummeling a version of Neo that was significantly more powerful than that form. Even the Eight Kings attacks did more damage to Neo than Don Slime's supernova, so it's clear that large planet+ vaporizing attacks are fodder. We also have the explanation regarding the Toriko planet's explosion being greater than that of a hypernova, an outburst of energy that Teppei was able to negate via Knocking. Neo back in the day consumed stars and he was stated to be the apex predator of the entire universe, placing him above Cosmos Mammoth's and Space Taipans the like.

Suffice to say, he should be at least star level.

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#8 Edited by Earendill (1080 posts) - - Show Bio

Large planetary - dwarf star.

However, other characters of Toriko can reach up to the galaxy level.

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#9 Posted by AlexTheBoss (17443 posts) - - Show Bio

Probably star to large star/supernova level.

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#10 Posted by Zane240 (514 posts) - - Show Bio

Eos toriko by powerscaling should be solo system

Seeing as how easily white one shotted acacia who is star level

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#11 Posted by APEX_pretador (20324 posts) - - Show Bio
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#12 Posted by TylerMacdonald9 (29 posts) - - Show Bio

Peak human level

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#13 Posted by Chad_Duby (5681 posts) - - Show Bio

@socajunkie: It became large because a gourmet seed that was feeding off energy from the the Earth dug to the core of Earth and expanded it. So it is just a planet after all.

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#14 Posted by SocaJunkie (8405 posts) - - Show Bio

@chad_duby: Wow that’s dumbest thing I’ve read in months.

You said it yourself, it became large...so it became a large planet. Area 7 alone is 60% bigger than our earth and Toriko’s Planet’s circumference is 220,000km making it larger than Uranus.

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#15 Posted by Chad_Duby (5681 posts) - - Show Bio

@socajunkie: That I meant was that it wasn’t hard to destroy as it grew from the Earth. It was like fungi.

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#16 Posted by SocaJunkie (8405 posts) - - Show Bio

@chad_duby: ...wat. The surface area and mass increased with a substance that was specifically stated to absorb energy and nutrients, the result of which just formed a large planet with earth sized continents.

Based on what is it not hard to destroy?

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#17 Edited by Kushido (37 posts) - - Show Bio

Large star. If you wanked hard enough and highballed a couple feats and you tried really really hard you could get solar system.

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#18 Posted by Helloman (29756 posts) - - Show Bio

Continental.

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#19 Posted by Chad_Duby (5681 posts) - - Show Bio
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#20 Posted by reaverlation (25868 posts) - - Show Bio

Easily Star Level

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#21 Posted by EcoBlitz (4892 posts) - - Show Bio

Teppei stopped the explosion of the toriko planet that would’ve been more than a supernova and hes not close to RoS toriko.

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#22 Posted by EcoBlitz (4892 posts) - - Show Bio

@chad_duby: explain to me how he’s planet level at best please.

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#23 Posted by Chad_Duby (5681 posts) - - Show Bio

@ecoblitz: Because a planet became large because it was expanded by a substance that absorbed energy from the Earth core so it grew.

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#24 Posted by EcoBlitz (4892 posts) - - Show Bio

@chad_duby: what about the earth sized continents on said planet?

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#25 Posted by Chad_Duby (5681 posts) - - Show Bio
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#26 Edited by SocaJunkie (8405 posts) - - Show Bio

@chad_duby: No. You’re still not making any sense and I have no idea what your argument is. The Toriko planet is bigger than Uranus with earth sized continents on it.

Saying that it’s not a large planet because it grew/expanded and it wasn’t big originally is brain numbingly stupid given that the end result is a large planet.

It’s the equivalent to me saying that a redwood tree isn’t actually big because it grew from a small plant so if a guy kicks one down it isn’t impressive because he might as well be destroying a little plant. What nonsense is this?

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#27 Posted by Chad_Duby (5681 posts) - - Show Bio

@socajunkie: I said it isn’t as hard to destroy. As originally it wasn’t big so it is pretty much hollow.

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#28 Edited by SocaJunkie (8405 posts) - - Show Bio

@chad_duby: ...it isn’t hollow. There’s a scan showing the meteorite smashing into the original earth and it expanded outward.

More nonsense, this time making things up.

Who the hell cares what it was originally? This abandonment of logic is painful to read.

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#29 Posted by Chad_Duby (5681 posts) - - Show Bio

@socajunkie: That means the Earth should be sorf. It just expanded not that its mass increased.

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#30 Edited by EcoBlitz (4892 posts) - - Show Bio

@chad_duby: the material absorbs energy meaning it’s even harder to destroy...

Also can you prove the planet is hollow??

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#31 Posted by Chad_Duby (5681 posts) - - Show Bio

@ecoblitz: The way it expanded already proved it. It absorbed Earth‘s energy to grow in size. So destroying it would be an equivalent of destroying Earth.

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#32 Edited by SocaJunkie (8405 posts) - - Show Bio

@chad_duby: You’re not making any sense. Of course its bloody mass increased, that’s how the expansion worked and it went from average sized to large planet, the material got bigger.

What happened was the definition of the mass increasing.

Soft? Why the hell would it be soft? What is this head canon?

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#33 Posted by GrayWolf2 (115 posts) - - Show Bio

Wish there was a multi-planet option. They certainly fired off enough potential large planet level attacks at the end to warrant that I believe. Possibly star level just no feats to prove it. He's a tough one to gauge though lol at continental

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#34 Posted by Chad_Duby (5681 posts) - - Show Bio

@socajunkie: So cloud the size of a planet would weight as much as a planet? It just expanded from the mass it used to have which is not increasing it mass but expanding that mass further. Not head cannon. Fact.

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#35 Posted by EmperorMode (214 posts) - - Show Bio

Strong

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#36 Posted by SocaJunkie (8405 posts) - - Show Bio

@chad_duby: If the mass is ‘expanding further’ then it’s increasing.

By your weird logic then a tree has the equivalent mass to the stage when it was a small plant.

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#37 Posted by Chad_Duby (5681 posts) - - Show Bio

Nope. Expanding mean further in range not increasing.

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No. The tree absorbs nutrient from the Earth for it to grow so obviously when it grows up its mass increases because water and all substances in Earth comes into it. But... The Earth didn’t absorb anything. A meteorite absorbed Earth’s nutrient and energy which pushed the Earth further so it became bigger. You can say that mass of tree that grows on Earth increases but you can’t say that if it keeps growing forever its mass is going to surpass that of the Earth’s.

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#38 Posted by SocaJunkie (8405 posts) - - Show Bio

Anyway, that’s enough stupid for today.

Shirso, where are you? There’s discussion value in Toriko’s Kugi Punch attack potency.

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#39 Posted by cromulor (2225 posts) - - Show Bio

Large Star level is the most I think you could argue for.

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#40 Posted by shirso (4021 posts) - - Show Bio

Honestly large star lvl

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#41 Edited by DemonGod_PABLO (1649 posts) - - Show Bio

Nothing to suggest toriko is large star level. Dwarf star is probably the most logical answer. He definitely exceeds large planet, but the gap between large planet + and large star level is kinda massive

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#42 Posted by cKarma (129 posts) - - Show Bio

Feel like it’s important to say theres not really earth size continents - only surface area wise. Meaning even those continents are not really near planet level

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#43 Edited by EcoBlitz (4892 posts) - - Show Bio

@chad_duby: no, the material absorbs energy constantly, so it’s actually stronger than earth, also it’s explosion would dwarf a supernova, so again, how is it just planet level when there are earth sized continents on that planet, it’s multiple times larger than earth along with a material that constantly absorbs energy thus making it harder to destroy.

Also you never proved it was hollow btw

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#44 Posted by EcoBlitz (4892 posts) - - Show Bio

@demongod_pablo: just saying, large planet level was treated as a complete joke by Midora to the extent his gourmet beast oneshotted an attack that size/level and proceeded to tell Acacia to stop joking around and actually try.