Hello @rikuyamaha. I'm Ruksos. It's ok that you called me a low-tier debater (I don't really think I am, but I guess I was acting like one).
I'd appreciate it if you could send more scans regarding the cosmology of Tensura.
"Spacetime as a whole, unless stated otherwise, is 4d. Demigra also became capable of manipulating all of time and space after absorbing Toki Toki. That doesn't make him 5d or higher. There are statements referring to infinite dimensions/universes in-verse, not infinite HIGHER SPATIAL DIMENSIONS. There's this guy called rikuyamaha on comicvine who's wanking Rimuru to infinite-dimensional even though there's no proof of the aforementioned stuff being there. Or if you take the description of Veldora's seal/barrier at face value (complex number of spatial dimensions, a rather vague and inconsistent statement, as there are no infinite dimensions in slimeverse). Otherwise, freaking bos Rimuru, and even Shizu/Chloe of all people are complex multiversal (5-9d)(/higher dimensional), which isn't true. Heck, him even being a "god of space-time" is BS as he's only capable of affecting/destroying 10000 multiverses out of the infinite existing ones, so...?"
There are scans (for Tensura) where other universes are referred to as "dimensions", so there being infinite higher dimensions is out of the picture, for example when they were using the incomplete Mobius system.
I looked at your scans, and you're kinda exaggerating what's being said.
All/Most of your scans come (most likely, but I've seen them there anyway) from vsbattles. The only scan talking about infinite stuff is the infamous one, referring to infinite worlds/parallel worlds. In my scan regarding the incomplete Mobius system, other worlds are referred to as "dimensions" (on the Akuto and Yogiri Vs Rimuru and Nanashi thread). This is not including the fact that in one of your other scans, "dimensions" are likened to "timelines" which are in turn likened to "universes". Not to mention, nowhere is it stated the worlds themselves were infinite-dimensional or that each of them contained an infinite multiverse, just that there are infinite parallel 4d universes. You were like: "how this and that when they're infinite d and infinite universes in each world BS" or "Dimensions are different from timelines" or some other straight-up nonsense. This, coupled with the fact that True Dragons can apparently destroy "lower-dimensional" universes with their aura alone BS, debunks their status of "ultimate dimensional" creatures. I gave you the example of "to mend and to fix". You said they're similar. Thing is, they're not different, just like how "dimensions"/"timelines"/"universes" all mean the same thing in Tensura. The fact that they're similar means that they aren't what you make them out to be. You claim them to be different, so do you have the scans to prove that, or are you just going to keep repeating"But they're different!!!" Please post more scans with the aforementioned words in them.
How can they be that when they can only destroy one universe/timeline/dimension/realm? Besides, the Turn Null Rimuru has, can only recreate/destroy the worlds 10k times, i.e. 10k universes ONLY, and even if they were multiverses, he'd still be 4d multiversal (not like he's not already), just on a higher scale. You're heavily misinterpreting what's being implied. And how can Rimuru be infinite/beyond dimensional that when he can't even destroy his entire verse all at once (infinite, but only 10k universes/multiverses only via a specific technique/skill)?
There are no scans explaining the differences between these so-called "dimensions" either. Even Misfit does a better job by actually describing them and clearly stating that each layer of the Silver Sea is incomparably superior to the previous. Here? NOTHING. In chapter 248, it says Turn Null can recreate the world 10000 times, and I haven't seen scans for that being infinite times. And his "concepts" are all type 3 (vsbattles system), as none of them transcend their reality, but are a part of it. Them being "ultimate" in "rank" or "title" or whatever doesn't change their dimensionality. And from what I've seen, Rimuru is only massively ftl+, and immeasurable only when using the Time Warp.
"Rimuru's immeasurable speed should probably be removed and just listed as time travel since it's just a skill that basically warps him anywhere he wants to in time, he isn't moving there with sheer speed,..."
"Time Warp is a skill that warps time to any point that Rimuru wishes..., due to the nature of the skill, as can be guessed from the name, Rimuru is NOT traveling in time with his speed, but by warping it. This means Time Warp doesn't meet the standards for Immeasurable speed and should instead be replaced with Time Travel."
Even if we're not going by their standards for immeasurable speed, "Time Warp" is just basic time travel.
"Time Warp: The ability to transcend time and space to reach the location he desires. He uses this to come back to the battlefield after being sent to the End of Time and Space by Yuuki. He also uses it to go to his old world to heal his dying old self, Mikami Satoru."
From chapter 248: "Because a long time has passed, Turn Null has accumulated an enormous amount of energy. Although Veldanava is said to have lost Turn Null by creating the world, there's no problem since Rimuru-sama has Imaginary Space. Because Imaginary Space has an infinite capacity, it can't be filled up. However, it has already been filled with enough energy that even recreating the world tens of thousands of times is possible. Additionally, it's possible to reproduce the memories of those connected to Rimuru-sama and intentionally create a world that's nearly identical from before." The world, in this case, obviously referring to their universe/multiverse.
Btw, "Dimension Leap"/"Complex number of spatial dimensions" don't really prove anything. "Multi-Dimensional Barrier: Rimuru constantly generates multi-layered barriers that make use of dimensional gaps to protect him from incoming harm." Just gaps between space/universes. Again, none of this should be taken at face value since there's no proof of there being infinite higher dimensions. Veldanava isn't omnipotent either, as he has only multiversal feats (at best), and even then it probably took him quite a while to create the multiverse, which would put him far below multiversal and closer universal.