And I don’t have to argue with you that a great explosion is obviously referring to size, right?
I understand you’re referring to this specific point and not whether it’s a GRB as a whole though, but describing something as a large explosion and a great explosion is virtually synonymous.
Not necessarily. You can also call something a "great explosion" if it releases an extremely high amount of energy, which can be concentrated into a small explosion.
Garou’s blast was not a great explosion.
Yes the blast is concentrated and narrow, but it all depends on my much energy is concentrated, not that it is concentrated itself to get it to high levels of potency. We shouldn’t add an absurd amount of potency when the description itself is clearly referring to a GRB, a ‘great explosion‘ caused by a huge celestial object.
You can just make an argument that the blast itself contained those levels of energy while simply being concentrated in a small area. Isn't that what the AP PhDs and DB fans do all the time for their favourite verses?
Don’t appeal to the power indicated in the statement by the author and completely ignore the reference to size, and attempt to tell us that we are coping.
He’s not star level, I don’t care if you compare it to Bleach or the HST , he’s not star level. This isn’t a potency thing, people are saying this:
The author obviously put that there for a reason, it’s clearly a real GRB!
Even though the author said it is the largest phenomenon and that is completely ignored by you guys, yet you want to push Garou to SS leve claiming it has the power of a real GRB but not the size, even though size was referenced by the author.
Ridiculous. Characters like Midora, Toriko and Neo can be wanked all the way to multi-solar system level by this logic.
Alright so I asked someone familiar with japanese, it appears that the kanji used in that section can be interpreted as both "largest" or "greatest".
Considering the context of the statement it should be interpreted as greatest instead since an important characteristic of GRBs is their energy being extremely concentrated. So this point is useless.
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