How potent do you think Toriko's attacks are, how much do you believe they could destroy?
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.
@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?
@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.
@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?
Nope. Expanding mean further in range not increasing.
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.
@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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