BoZ Piccolo runs a moon/small planet busting gauntlet

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He can only attack once each moon/planet. He's allowed to take off weighted clothes.

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Mars

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hot take here - he clears

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@takenstew22: mars mass > 639,000,000,000 Gigatonnes - moon mass > 73,500,000,000 Gigatonnes

mars mass only 8.69 * greater in mass and 3.81 * bigger in surface area but not a huge difference

maybe he charges the beam a tad bit longer but he definitely clears

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#5  Edited By DesmondIsBack

Going off the list This is based off mass and not diameter

The gap between mass of moon and mars is around 8 x gap

If destroying moon Requires a pl of 250-300

Piccolo would be moon +

But he would need to have a pl of around 2,000 + to destroy Mars which is a decent and prob the average for small size planet since mercury is the requirement for small planet

Mercury mass is around 4.5 x our moons

Which would be around a pl of 1,125

Piccolo special beam canon could probably pierce through mercury since it boost his power multiple folds so with SPC piccolo is bare small planet lv like Raditz But still short of being small planet + like someone like Nappa

But special beam canon doesn’t focus on large destruction as it is a Small AOE piercing attack

But yeah def stops at mars

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He clears, he didn't just "bust" the moon, he almost vaporized entirely, there was only a cloud of fine dust remaining.

That same attack likely wouldn't have the same effect on mars, but it would surely wreck it beyond anything that can be reasonably called a planet.

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I wish I could copy/paste my tag list but I can't put it into a spoiler...

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stops at mars

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Probably mostly destroys Mercury, but only blows a portion out of Titan. I doubt he destroys Mars.

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Probably mostly destroys Mercury, but only blows a portion out of Titan. I doubt he destroys Mars.

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I always use these for looking up and comparing size of planets or other celestial bodies. Space is fascinating.

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He destroys the 1st half of the gauntlet that's for sure.

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Clears easily, he did not destroy the moon, he disintegrated with enough force to sent its pieces flying at FTL speed.

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for once eredin and i agree on something

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Is it?

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@eredin12 said:

Clears easily, he did not destroy the moon, he disintegrated with enough force to sent its pieces flying at FTL speed.

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Clears

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Yeah, not seeing him destroying Mars either.

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@eredin12 said:

Clears easily, he did not destroy the moon, he disintegrated with enough force to sent its pieces flying at FTL speed.

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@pandaemperoriv said:
@eredin12 said:

Clears easily, he did not destroy the moon, he disintegrated with enough force to sent its pieces flying at FTL speed.

Where did you get "pieces flying at FTL speeds"?

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#25  Edited By Eredin12

@takenstew22:

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It takes 1,3 seconds for Light to reach the moon from Earth or vice versa, while here a good percent of them reached earth here in less than a that, pretty obvious.

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@gelato_exotic said:
@pandaemperoriv said:
@eredin12 said:

Clears easily, he did not destroy the moon, he disintegrated with enough force to sent its pieces flying at FTL speed.

Where did you get "pieces flying at FTL speeds"?

are you really asking the same person who had black hole level Loki?

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#27  Edited By Eredin12

@sirdragonfly: Hey, at least it is better than Mountain level 616 Thanos Altonis!

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@eredin12 said:

@takenstew22:

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It takes 1,3 seconds for Light to reach the moon from Earth or vice versa, while here a good percent of them did so in less than a that.

Pretty sure you read my comment wrong. I was talking about the "pieces of the moon flying at FTL speeds". Or did you just type it wrong and meant Piccolo's beam?

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#29  Edited By Eredin12

@takenstew22: I am talking about pieces of the moon as well, beam was slower, see those pieces:

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That is what we are referring to.

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#30  Edited By SirDragonFly

@eredin12: no it's not, intelligent man. At least mountain level Thanos is better than black hole level MCU Thanos who struggled to lift MCU Hulk. MCU Hulk has the mass of a black hole confirmed?

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@eredin12: What's the confirmation that shows the pieces are going FTL?

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@takenstew22: It takes 1,3 seconds for Light to reach the moon from Earth or vice versa, these did so in less than a second.

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@eredin12 said:

@takenstew22: It takes 1,3 seconds for Light to reach the moon from Earth or vice versa, these did so in less than a second.

How do you know these pieces reached Earth?

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#34  Edited By Eredin12

@takenstew22: Well we literally see it on screen, in fact, they not only reached it, but they also went completely out of the sky around -earth and they did not land on it, meaning they not only reached Earth but went behind it as well.

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#36  Edited By TakenStew22

@eredin12: I see nothing that indicates they reached Earth. We get a close-up shot of the moon exploding into pieces, then see Piccolo and Ape Gohan seeing the blinding light, then see that what's left of the moon is dust. If we're really nitpicky we can even argue DB's moon isn't that far away from the Earth judging from the Rabbit gang encounter.

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#37  Edited By Eredin12

@takenstew22:

@eredin12: I see nothing that indicates they reached Earth. We get a close-up shot of the moon exploding into pieces, then see Piccolo and Ape Gohan seeing the blinding light, then see that what's left of the moon is dust. If we're really nitpicky we can even argue DB's moon isn't that far away from the Earth judging from the Rabbit gang encounter.

Taken now you are just coping tbh. Before the scene cuts to Piccolo, we see how the sky looks from the earth, and we see pieces of the moon go behind it there. As we know they did not land on Earth so they could only go behind it.

You can nitpick all you want, Toriyama himself said that the moon is equally away in DB as in RL, 380 000 KM.

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#38  Edited By TakenStew22
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Taken now you are just coping tbh. Before the scene cuts to Piccolo, we see how the sky looks from the earth, and we see pieces of the moon go behind it there. As we know they did not land on it.

You can nitpick all you want, Toriyama himself said that the moon is equally away in DB as in RL

I'm looking closer at it and I still find it hard to believe they were flying at FTL speeds. Simply doubting about things which aren't shown in full detail is not "coping", it's just me thinking you're looking too much into the feat. Just a friendly advice, nobody is always the "right one". especially when in terms of this showing we aren't really given proper distance to show just how far these pieces of the moon actually went. We just get a close up of the moon. Whether it's exactly from where Piccolo is or much closer to the explosion is pretty much anyone's guess.

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#39  Edited By SirDragonFly
@takenstew22 said:
@eredin12 said:

Taken now you are just coping tbh. Before the scene cuts to Piccolo, we see how the sky looks from the earth, and we see pieces of the moon go behind it there. As we know they did not land on it.

You can nitpick all you want, Toriyama himself said that the moon is equally away in DB as in RL

I'm looking closer at it and I still find it hard to believe they were flying at FTL speeds. Simply doubting about things which aren't shown in full detail is not "coping", it's just me thinking you're looking too much into the feat. Nobody is always the "right one", especially when in terms of this showing we aren't really given proper distance to show just how far these pieces of the moon actually went. just a friendly advice.

same thing with mcu

some people have calculated MCU feats via frames and object position and end up with omnipotent Thanos or Iron Man etc

this stuff should not be taken at face value

BoZ piccolo didn't bust the moon into FTL shards because I said so, deal with it @eredin12

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#40  Edited By Eredin12

@takenstew22: I mean we see them go beyond earth's sky, in much less than a second, so even if it was closer to the explosion, it would still be FTL, so sure we don't know how far they went behind it but we do know that they did go behind it, or how is that looking too much into it, it is something most of us noticed as you can see, not just me, as it is rather easy to see.

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@eredin12 said:

Clears easily, he did not destroy the moon, he disintegrated with enough force to sent its pieces flying at FTL speed.

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Stops at Mars but can damage it

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#44 DemarG  Online

Clears or stops at mars and does damage to mars.