math power

yall wanna hear something cool and completely unrelated to this blog, okay theres all these different sets of numbers right, and all these sets of numbers are infinite 

So the number sets kinda look like this,

you have 

a [all the real numbers]

a + bi [the complex numbers which include i the imaginary number which is really just another way of looking at how algebra can function (we can now take the square root of negative numbers), which is a different take on algebra where we simply had the set of real numbers]

and then you get 

a + bi + cj + dk [quaternions, which is the next step up from the complex numbers in algebra, and are a new set of numbers that have a new way of looking at algebra, and are also infinite]

So about the complex numbers, thats numbers that include i, the ~imaginary number~ which is a terrible name for it, it’s not imaginary, just a completely different bit of algebra that doesnt work with what was previously thought to be algebraic laws and rules. Because before we had i you couldn’t take the square root of a negative number, because thats just not how the real numbers worked. It changed how algebra functioned with this new set of numbers. 

You can just change the set of rules for math for it to work, by creating something new, as long as it all logically follows.

Anyway, once you get past the complex numbers you hit this cool thing called quaternions, which is another set of numbers, except in this set of numbers, which are also infinite, they don’t follow all of the rules of algebra we were previously taught to believe, in this set of numbers we don’t have the commutativity property,

[commutativity property is where a*b = c, and b*a = c]

without this it means if you multiply numbers together together in different orders, you get different answers. Which isn’t how any of the other previous sets of numbers work in algebra.

in regular algebra which works with all those numbers up to the complex numbers: 2*3 = 6, and 3*2 = 6

In quaternions: j*k = i, but k*j = -i

So with quaternions 

i^2 = -1

j^2 = -1

k^2 = -1

But you know whats wild about this, in this set of numbers:

i*j*k = -1

And the order does matter in this set of numbers.

because in this set of algebra

i*j = k  BUT heres the wild part j*i = -k

we can see it again:

j*k = i, BUT k*j = -i

When you multiply j*k you get i, when you multiply k*j you get -i, which isn’t how any of the other number sets behind this one in algebra work, isn’t that wild? 

There’s a part of math where basic definitions of algebra don’t exist for these types of numbers to exist, and the further you keep going into new numbers, the more fundamental rules of algebra you start losing for the number sets to exist.

and this guy just came up with it walking across a bridge

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I was so right 8) okay so infinity isnt a number. straight up not a number. BUT there are numbers that are infinitely large, just as there are numbers that are infinitely small.. THEYRE NUMBERS….. THAT ARE INFINITELY LARGE… SDIUVHUSDHVOSIDHVSDOHIVOHISDVOISD IS THAT NOT THE COOLEST??? ??V??XC?V?XC?VC?XV/X?

1000

21000 = 10 715 086 071 862 673 209 484 250 490 600 018 105 614 048 117 055 336 074 437 503 883 703 510 511 249 361 224 931 983 788 156 958 581 275 946 729 175 531 468 251 871 452 856 923 140 435 984 577 574 698 574 803 934 567 774 824 230 985 421 074 605 062 371 141 877 954 182 153 046 474 983 581 941 267 398 767 559 165 543 946 077 062 914 571 196 477 686 542 167 660 429 831 652 624 386 837 205 668 069 376 — ten novemnonagintillion, seven hundred fifteen octononagintillion, eighty-six septennonagintillion, seventy-one sexnonagintillion, eight hundred sixty-two quinnonagintillion, six hundred seventy-three quattuornonagintillion, two hundred nine trenonagintillion, four hundred eighty-four duononagintillion, two hundred fifty unnonagintillion, four hundred ninety nonagintillion, six hundred novemoctogintillion, eighteen octooctogintillion, one hundred five septenoctogintillion, six hundred fourteen sexoctogintillion, forty-eight quinoctogintillion, one hundred seventeen quattuoroctogintillion, fifty-five treoctogintillion, three hundred thirty-six duooctogintillion, seventy-four unoctogintillion, four hundred thirty-seven octogintillion, five hundred three novemseptuagintillion, eight hundred eighty-three octoseptuagintillion, seven hundred three septenseptuagintillion, five hundred ten sexseptuagintillion, five hundred eleven quinseptuagintillion, two hundred forty-nine quattuorseptuagintillion, three hundred sixty-one treseptuagintillion, two hundred twenty-four duoseptuagintillion, nine hundred thirty-one unseptuagintillion, nine hundred eighty-three septuagintillion, seven hundred eighty-eight novemsexagintillion, one hundred fifty-six octosexagintillion, nine hundred fifty-eight septensexagintillion, five hundred eighty-one sexsexagintillion, two hundred seventy-five quinsexagintillion, nine hundred forty-six quattuorsexagintillion, seven hundred twenty-nine tresexagintillion, one hundred seventy-five duosexagintillion, five hundred thirty-one unsexagintillion, four hundred sixty-eight sexagintillion, two hundred fifty-one novemquinquagintillion, eight hundred seventy-one octoquinquagintillion, four hundred fifty-two septenquinquagintillion, eight hundred fifty-six sexquinquagintillion, nine hundred twenty-three quinquinquagintillion, one hundred forty quattuorquinquagintillion, four hundred thirty-five trequinquagintillion, nine hundred eighty-four duoquinquagintillion, five hundred seventy-seven unquinquagintillion, five hundred seventy-four quinquagintillion, six hundred ninety-eight novemquadragintillion, five hundred seventy-four octoquadragintillion, eight hundred three septenquadragintillion, nine hundred thirty-four sexquadragintillion, five hundred sixty-seven quinquadragintillion, seven hundred seventy-four quattuorquadragintillion, eight hundred twenty-four trequadragintillion, two hundred thirty duoquadragintillion, nine hundred eighty-five unquadragintillion, four hundred twenty-one quadragintillion, seventy-four novemtrigintillion, six hundred five octotrigintillion, sixty-two septentrigintillion, three hundred seventy-one sextrigintillion, one hundred forty-one quintrigintillion, eight hundred seventy-seven quattuortrigintillion, nine hundred fifty-four tretrigintillion, one hundred eighty-two duotrigintillion, one hundred fifty-three untrigintillion, forty-six trigintillion, four hundred seventy-four novemvigintillion, nine hundred eighty-three octovigintillion, five hundred eighty-one septenvigintillion, nine hundred forty-one sexvigintillion, two hundred sixty-seven quinvigintillion, three hundred ninety-eight quattuorvigintillion, seven hundred sixty-seven trevigintillion, five hundred fifty-nine duovigintillion, one hundred sixty-five unvigintillion, five hundred forty-three vigintillion, nine hundred forty-six novemdecillion, seventy-seven octodecillion, sixty-two septendecillion, nine hundred fourteen sexdecillion, five hundred seventy-one quindecillion, one hundred ninety-six quattuordecillion, four hundred seventy-seven tredecillion, six hundred eighty-six duodecillion, five hundred forty-two undecillion, one hundred sixty-seven decillion, six hundred sixty nonillion, four hundred twenty-nine octillion, eight hundred thirty-one septillion, six hundred fifty-two sextillion, six hundred twenty-four quintillion, three hundred eighty-six quadrillion, eight hundred thirty-seven trillion, two hundred five billion, six hundred sixty-eight million, sixty-nine thousand, three hundred seventy-six (302 digits, 4085 characters)

999

2999 = 5 357 543 035 931 336 604 742 125 245 300 009 052 807 024 058 527 668 037 218 751 941 851 755 255 624 680 612 465 991 894 078 479 290 637 973 364 587 765 734 125 935 726 428 461 570 217 992 288 787 349 287 401 967 283 887 412 115 492 710 537 302 531 185 570 938 977 091 076 523 237 491 790 970 633 699 383 779 582 771 973 038 531 457 285 598 238 843 271 083 830 214 915 826 312 193 418 602 834 034 688 — five novemnonagintillion, three hundred fifty-seven octononagintillion, five hundred forty-three septennonagintillion, thirty-five sexnonagintillion, nine hundred thirty-one quinnonagintillion, three hundred thirty-six quattuornonagintillion, six hundred four trenonagintillion, seven hundred forty-two duononagintillion, one hundred twenty-five unnonagintillion, two hundred forty-five nonagintillion, three hundred novemoctogintillion, nine octooctogintillion, fifty-two septenoctogintillion, eight hundred seven sexoctogintillion, twenty-four quinoctogintillion, fifty-eight quattuoroctogintillion, five hundred twenty-seven treoctogintillion, six hundred sixty-eight duooctogintillion, thirty-seven unoctogintillion, two hundred eighteen octogintillion, seven hundred fifty-one novemseptuagintillion, nine hundred forty-one octoseptuagintillion, eight hundred fifty-one septenseptuagintillion, seven hundred fifty-five sexseptuagintillion, two hundred fifty-five quinseptuagintillion, six hundred twenty-four quattuorseptuagintillion, six hundred eighty treseptuagintillion, six hundred twelve duoseptuagintillion, four hundred sixty-five unseptuagintillion, nine hundred ninety-one septuagintillion, eight hundred ninety-four novemsexagintillion, seventy-eight octosexagintillion, four hundred seventy-nine septensexagintillion, two hundred ninety sexsexagintillion, six hundred thirty-seven quinsexagintillion, nine hundred seventy-three quattuorsexagintillion, three hundred sixty-four tresexagintillion, five hundred eighty-seven duosexagintillion, seven hundred sixty-five unsexagintillion, seven hundred thirty-four sexagintillion, one hundred twenty-five novemquinquagintillion, nine hundred thirty-five octoquinquagintillion, seven hundred twenty-six septenquinquagintillion, four hundred twenty-eight sexquinquagintillion, four hundred sixty-one quinquinquagintillion, five hundred seventy quattuorquinquagintillion, two hundred seventeen trequinquagintillion, nine hundred ninety-two duoquinquagintillion, two hundred eighty-eight unquinquagintillion, seven hundred eighty-seven quinquagintillion, three hundred forty-nine novemquadragintillion, two hundred eighty-seven octoquadragintillion, four hundred one septenquadragintillion, nine hundred sixty-seven sexquadragintillion, two hundred eighty-three quinquadragintillion, eight hundred eighty-seven quattuorquadragintillion, four hundred twelve trequadragintillion, one hundred fifteen duoquadragintillion, four hundred ninety-two unquadragintillion, seven hundred ten quadragintillion, five hundred thirty-seven novemtrigintillion, three hundred two octotrigintillion, five hundred thirty-one septentrigintillion, one hundred eighty-five sextrigintillion, five hundred seventy quintrigintillion, nine hundred thirty-eight quattuortrigintillion, nine hundred seventy-seven tretrigintillion, ninety-one duotrigintillion, seventy-six untrigintillion, five hundred twenty-three trigintillion, two hundred thirty-seven novemvigintillion, four hundred ninety-one octovigintillion, seven hundred ninety septenvigintillion, nine hundred seventy sexvigintillion, six hundred thirty-three quinvigintillion, six hundred ninety-nine quattuorvigintillion, three hundred eighty-three trevigintillion, seven hundred seventy-nine duovigintillion, five hundred eighty-two unvigintillion, seven hundred seventy-one vigintillion, nine hundred seventy-three novemdecillion, thirty-eight octodecillion, five hundred thirty-one septendecillion, four hundred fifty-seven sexdecillion, two hundred eighty-five quindecillion, five hundred ninety-eight quattuordecillion, two hundred thirty-eight tredecillion, eight hundred forty-three duodecillion, two hundred seventy-one undecillion, eighty-three decillion, eight hundred thirty nonillion, two hundred fourteen octillion, nine hundred fifteen septillion, eight hundred twenty-six sextillion, three hundred twelve quintillion, one hundred ninety-three quadrillion, four hundred eighteen trillion, six hundred two billion, eight hundred thirty-four million, thirty-four thousand, six hundred eighty-eight (301 digits, 4100 characters)

i really dont know much about comics and fighting styles and who’s capable of what in the dceu but i do know that no matter what im always gonna find it laughable when people imply diana, ms. lift strength of 29 tons, could take kara zor-el, ms. lift strength of 1,000,000 tons

Bookworms are badass

So this has been going around, a couple people have been sharing their bookish stories so I thought I would pitch in:

When I was in elementary/middle school I was in an accelerated learning program because I read about four grades above my reading level. Now because Illinois has a pretty crappy education system and my family was a working middle class family, I couldn’t be fully taken out of the normal curriculum or sent to an advanced school academy. Instead I took part in this brain busters program in my school where I would take my normal classes, but during electives/gym/lunch I would spend that time in the media center doing extra projects and things that actually challenged me. This left me insanely bored in my normal classes because I wasn’t being challenged so I would either work on my brain busters work or read. Needless to say I got teased pretty heavily for being in a ‘Nerd Club’ and being a ‘book girl’. 

Freshman year rolls around and my algebra teacher does trivia Fridays where every friday we would have a mini quiz on our lessons that week and then the rest of the block we played trivia games from these little flash cards she had and whichever team won would get a prize (sometimes the prize would be skipping out on homework sometimes it would be donuts, just a bunch of different things). Well over my seven years of Brain Busters and exsesive reading I had hoarded fun facts like Smaug hoards his fucking gold ok? One month in and people were fighting for me to be put on their team, and three months in my teacher decided she wanted to put my obscene trivia brain to the test. 

She comes in the week before midterms and says trivia Friday is gonna be different this week. She is going to pick three cards (each card had six questions) and if I and I alone could get 12 or the 18 questions right, the class would be excused from our midterm. Half an hour later I only got three wrong and I got the whole class a donuts and apple cider party in lieu of taking a 50 problem math midterm. All because I was a good reader in elementary school.

anonymous asked:

I'm making some changes to my paracosm, and I decided to make magic a larger "thing" in it. How much magic do you think is *too* much? I'm thinking about magic influencing the land that people inhabit, and magic influencing people's lives. Now, everything would have a plausible explanation (magic in my paracosm has a set of rules), but I'm afraid to fall into the "deus ex machina" territory. When should we stop using the "It's magic!" explanation for improbable stuff?

Werew:

There is no such thing as too much or too little magic. 

When creating a world, incorporate as much or as little magic as you want. It’s yours, and you can do anything with it! And in fact, magic is a fantastic explanation if you want improbable things to be a part of life in your world. 

The only thing you need to do when working with heavy-magic worlds is make sure to have internal consistency, and make sure to make it all make sense (if your world is one where things make sense. Sometimes it’s best to just handwave things, and preposterous stories can be a lot of fun! It’s mostly stylistic choice at that point). You mentioned that everything follows a set of rules, so it sounds like you’re well down this path already. 

A few things to avoid so that your magic-heavy world will not annoy your readers: 

Follow Your Rules. If something always happens a certain way, do not deviate from that rule unless you have a legitimate explanation for why it can do so. Stories that focus on a breaking of an established rule can be really neat, and breaking your own rules can be fun, but you have to explain why. If, in your world, someone can use fire or water magic but never both, and then a character shows up who does, you need to have an explanation behind that (this can vary; supernatural forces, rare and not-well-known circumstances, misunderstanding of the rule by the general public, etc, as long as the explanation is there).

Don’t Make it Convenient. If the magic in your world solves everyone’s problems and never causes more problems, it will be boring. If magic is powerful, think about what kind of social implications it might have, especially if not everyone has access to it equally. If you implement magic in a way that solves one problem, try to at least give it the potential to cause other ones. 

Also, if you need something to happen for plot reasons (someone needs to die, a battle needs to be lost, an event must play out without intervention) and it is possible for that event to be stopped or changed with magic, make sure you have a reason that it didn’t get changed. It drives me up the wall when powerful characters don’t use their powers at crucial moments for no apparent reason, and everything gets screwed up as a result. If your character can see through walls, there’s no reason for her to peek around a door and get spotted by the bad guy. However, this is not to say that events like this cannot happen! Maybe the character who can see through walls is being pursued by someone who can sense her magic if she uses it, so it’s actually less risky to try to peek around the door. Alternate explanations can be fun, and they won’t irritate your readers like it will if someone conveniently forgets to use their magic. 

Make it Part of Life. If you’re going to have the land and the lives of people influenced by magic, make this influence show up in a lot of little ways, and try to make it a dynamic aspect of the world, instead of leaving it static. What if there is a magically very fertile land, but in order for it to remain fertile, certain trees have to be left untouched? What if everyone knows that, but then lightning strikes one of them and it dies? 

If a mountain is held up by magic, is it safe to dig a tunnel through it, or will that disrupt the magic? 

If someone who would otherwise die is kept alive by magic, how does that change their life? Did the magic simply fix whatever was wrong with their body that would have killed them? Do they have to be sustained by an object, and if that object is damaged they die? Are they magically tied to the person who may have saved their life? 


constablewrites: 

I think the most important way to stop magic from killing all your tension is to make sure the magic has a cost. Perhaps it’s unpredictable and the characters can’t really rely on it. A character who must cast spells using their own blood can only do so much before needing to rest; one who burns their own lifeforce and shortens their lifespan with every spell they cast will likely come to prefer not casting spells at all unless they have no other options. Spell components can be expensive, rare, obnoxious, etc. It could be that everyone learns a few basic spells and cantrips the same way they learn reading and math, but any significant power requires extensive study and training, an inborn talent, something like that.

Games are actually a great place to look at this. Video games, tabletop RPGs, even some board games–if there’s magic in play, they have to find ways to balance it and keep a character from being too broken and being able to run roughshod over any obstacle in the way. Cooldowns, mana costs, skill trees that cut off certain options depending on which path you take, physical components that get degraded or destroyed with use: all of these are ways to keep the magic users from being able to do whatever they want whenever they want. In fiction these things might not be quite as clearly quantified, but you can still use the concepts (like a sorcerer might not have a defined number of spell slots, but their spells become less effective or even stop working entirely if they push themselves too hard).


Bina: 

Personally, my line for “too much” magic in writing happens when: a) it takes such a long time to explain the function/purpose/execution of the magic that it distracts from the scene/plot/narrative (UNLESS some magical execution happens to be part of the scene/plot/narrative) b) it involves memorizing too many vocab words/rules/quirks of operation to stay on track with the world c) so much gets hand-waved away (author assumes the reader will excuse and accept things as ‘magic,’ and/or that explaining the rules somehow makes it less 'magical’) that you’re left wondering “huh? wait, why did that happen/how was that possible? Magic, I guess…” d) there’s a mostly-magical solution for almost every conceivable problem except the cliche basics, like “can’t force people to fall in love,” or “can’t bring back the dead” (which, imo, are pretty weak constraints by themselves. Like the genie from Aladdin, he’s so powerful except for those things. Materialize an army? Make you improbably rich? Done! BUT they include the bonus restraint of “you only have three wishes” as a much better balance to the magic system).

I guess I can summarize that as “don’t let magic itself steal the spotlight away from more important things, but don’t let it be a mystery either.”

1234

21234 = 295 811 224 608 098 629 060 044 695 716 103 590 786 339 687 135 372 992 239 556 207 050 657 350 796 238 924 261 053 837 248 378 050 186 443 647 759 070 955 993 120 820 899 330 381 760 937 027 212 482 840 944 941 362 110 665 443 775 183 495 726 811 929 203 861 182 015 218 323 892 077 355 983 393 191 208 928 867 652 655 993 602 487 903 113 708 549 402 668 624 521 100 611 794 270 340 232 766 099 317 098 048 887 493 809 023 127 398 253 860 618 772 619 035 009 883 272 941 129 544 640 111 837 184 — two hundred ninety-five cenduovigintillion, eight hundred eleven cenunvigintillion, two hundred twenty-four cenvigintillion, six hundred eight cennovemdecillion, ninety-eight cenoctodecillion, six hundred twenty-nine censeptendecillion, sixty censexdecillion, forty-four cenquindecillion, six hundred ninety-five cenquattuordecillion, seven hundred sixteen centredecillion, one hundred three cenduodecillion, five hundred ninety cenundecillion, seven hundred eighty-six cendecillion, three hundred thirty-nine cennovemtillion, six hundred eighty-seven cenoctotillion, one hundred thirty-five censeptentillion, three hundred seventy-two censextillion, nine hundred ninety-two cenquintillion, two hundred thirty-nine cenquattuortillion, five hundred fifty-six centretillion, two hundred seven cenduotillion, fifty cenuntillion, six hundred fifty-seven centillion, three hundred fifty novemnonagintillion, seven hundred ninety-six octononagintillion, two hundred thirty-eight septennonagintillion, nine hundred twenty-four sexnonagintillion, two hundred sixty-one quinnonagintillion, fifty-three quattuornonagintillion, eight hundred thirty-seven trenonagintillion, two hundred forty-eight duononagintillion, three hundred seventy-eight unnonagintillion, fifty nonagintillion, one hundred eighty-six novemoctogintillion, four hundred forty-three octooctogintillion, six hundred forty-seven septenoctogintillion, seven hundred fifty-nine sexoctogintillion, seventy quinoctogintillion, nine hundred fifty-five quattuoroctogintillion, nine hundred ninety-three treoctogintillion, one hundred twenty duooctogintillion, eight hundred twenty unoctogintillion, eight hundred ninety-nine octogintillion, three hundred thirty novemseptuagintillion, three hundred eighty-one octoseptuagintillion, seven hundred sixty septenseptuagintillion, nine hundred thirty-seven sexseptuagintillion, twenty-seven quinseptuagintillion, two hundred twelve quattuorseptuagintillion, four hundred eighty-two treseptuagintillion, eight hundred forty duoseptuagintillion, nine hundred forty-four unseptuagintillion, nine hundred forty-one septuagintillion, three hundred sixty-two novemsexagintillion, one hundred ten octosexagintillion, six hundred sixty-five septensexagintillion, four hundred forty-three sexsexagintillion, seven hundred seventy-five quinsexagintillion, one hundred eighty-three quattuorsexagintillion, four hundred ninety-five tresexagintillion, seven hundred twenty-six duosexagintillion, eight hundred eleven unsexagintillion, nine hundred twenty-nine sexagintillion, two hundred three novemquinquagintillion, eight hundred sixty-one octoquinquagintillion, one hundred eighty-two septenquinquagintillion, fifteen sexquinquagintillion, two hundred eighteen quinquinquagintillion, three hundred twenty-three quattuorquinquagintillion, eight hundred ninety-two trequinquagintillion, seventy-seven duoquinquagintillion, three hundred fifty-five unquinquagintillion, nine hundred eighty-three quinquagintillion, three hundred ninety-three novemquadragintillion, one hundred ninety-one octoquadragintillion, two hundred eight septenquadragintillion, nine hundred twenty-eight sexquadragintillion, eight hundred sixty-seven quinquadragintillion, six hundred fifty-two quattuorquadragintillion, six hundred fifty-five trequadragintillion, nine hundred ninety-three duoquadragintillion, six hundred two unquadragintillion, four hundred eighty-seven quadragintillion, nine hundred three novemtrigintillion, one hundred thirteen octotrigintillion, seven hundred eight septentrigintillion, five hundred forty-nine sextrigintillion, four hundred two quintrigintillion, six hundred sixty-eight quattuortrigintillion, six hundred twenty-four tretrigintillion, five hundred twenty-one duotrigintillion, one hundred untrigintillion, six hundred eleven trigintillion, seven hundred ninety-four novemvigintillion, two hundred seventy octovigintillion, three hundred forty septenvigintillion, two hundred thirty-two sexvigintillion, seven hundred sixty-six quinvigintillion, ninety-nine quattuorvigintillion, three hundred seventeen trevigintillion, ninety-eight duovigintillion, forty-eight unvigintillion, eight hundred eighty-seven vigintillion, four hundred ninety-three novemdecillion, eight hundred nine octodecillion, twenty-three septendecillion, one hundred twenty-seven sexdecillion, three hundred ninety-eight quindecillion, two hundred fifty-three quattuordecillion, eight hundred sixty tredecillion, six hundred eighteen duodecillion, seven hundred seventy-two undecillion, six hundred nineteen decillion, thirty-five nonillion, nine octillion, eight hundred eighty-three septillion, two hundred seventy-two sextillion, nine hundred forty-one quintillion, one hundred twenty-nine quadrillion, five hundred forty-four trillion, six hundred forty billion, one hundred eleven million, eight hundred thirty-seven thousand, one hundred eighty-four (372 digits, 4927 characters)

Xostrine: Setting Guide

Some general setting notes for the fantasy realm of Xostrine, aka a name I chose out of a generator so I could stop calling it the dragondicks pornoverse, aka a universe designed entirely around writing monster porn that is not intended to withstand any amount of serious scrutiny whatsoever. Suitable for original fiction, AU fanfic, roleplays, or whatever else your heart desires. Probably not a tabletop game. Please don’t inflict this porn setting on your players. That’s awk.

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totaltrashmammalfolife  asked:

It was proven using the power of math that ssg and ss4 are the same strength. Since blue is weaker than god (i think) ss4 would be more powerful.

I’m pretty sure it is still up for debate which of SSJ4 or SSJG is more powerful. A nice article with good points can be found here and it basically concludes that there isn’t enough information to know for sure. 

It’s not like SSJ4 Goku and SSJG Goku had a common enemy/battle to compare accurately. 

Super Saiyan Blue is just the short name for Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan, as in a God ascended to Super Saiyan. But since that was such a mouthful it was shortened. This form is certainly more powerful than SSJG. By how much, I’m not sure. 

That being said, I’m not the kind of fan who gets super fussed about power levels and which form is stronger, etc etc. So I really don’t know anything or really mind. 

I like that the characters progress in power as their enemies become more and more challenging.

And I wish some of the other characters had a chance of catching up to Goku, but I’m happy that Vegeta is close to him in strength.


One thing I know for sure. 

SSJ4 is more powerful than SSJG and SSJB in terms of raw sexiness. 

Originally posted by dragonatics-saiyan

Originally posted by duvete