Why Power Scaling Doesnt Work Dragon Ball Z Or Other Series

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Why Power Scaling Doesnt Work Dragon Ball Z Or Other Series

Post by Beyonder on Thu Jun 25, 2015 6:20 am

Why Powerscaling Doesnt Work With DBZ and how its inaccurate!



Power Scaling is a debating method where A (Frieza) is capable of an arbitrary feat then B (Goku) either must have an equal to or greater Power LEVEL than A (Frieza) so by this  definition he/she is capable of this same feat. (Arbitrary means based on random choice or personal whim, rather than any reason or system.)

This Method of debating is inaccurate within Dragon Ball Z.....
Goku had a hard time beating Frizea.....but Trunks beat Frizea in a few moments.....making Trunks SSJ > Frieza > Goku but then we see trunks barely touch Goku once in his SSJ Form only fanboys would make a excuse to say "Oh trunks wasn't trying to hurt him." which is a inconstant feat within DBZ because we can see Trunks TRYING to get a hit on him....


An example would be that of Master Roshi and piccolo which both was once capable of blowing up the moon, then anyone with a power level equal to, or greater than, that of Master Roshi or Piccolo is also capable of blowing up the moon meaning Goku at the time was greater than Roshi and Piccolo......but couldnt beat Raditz in a single hit.
Master Roshi Moon Busting:

Piccolo Moon Busting:


Problem! Ki itself is multipliers and the given amount of the Ki used AREN'T given within the series itself a few examples of this is with the fact of the KI size attack and the force of the attack not the power itself.....examples are listed....because trying to get the amount of ki through calculations is just assumptions/speculations and aren't proven within the series.
Frieza and Buu have shown to exactly bust a planets core to cause its destruction.

(Frieza didnt even know he can survive a planet explosion until ROF.)



Now with Frizea he has Planet level durability........during Z and the ROF but yet Krillins Destructo Disc managed to cut off his tail and goku with his kamehameha blast during ROF managed to kill a weakened Frizea...which is a inconstant feat because frizea survived namek and earth destruction when weakened......even when surviving a "Spirit Bomb" which killed only 1 planet buster.....

Buu had been turned to goo when he planet busted showing us he barely even survived such an attack he caused and with Goku literally in fear of the death ball he was casting and only earth being destroyed later while in a filler Buu was casually going planet to planet destroying them showing more inconstant feats within the series.

Beerus and Broly did it without using the planets core.



Vegeta and His Father has nothing but inconsistent feats to planet bust because it was anime only.



Now we can see Vegeta using a simple "Ki" blast to planet bust in the anime but in the manga it would take his ultimate attack aka the Galick Gun....

also another inconstant feat is the fact king vegeta was one shotted by a SIMPLE planet buster....so if King Vegeta was in the anime a Multi-Planet buster......doesn't that make him the strongest filler character? and no Buu doesn't count because he went planet to planet physically going to each one to do the feat...So why is power scaling even worthy even when one series shows absolute inconstant feats.

Goku (Battle of Gods) punching through King Kai planet....Being 10x earth gravity doesn't make Planet level or Planet Level+ punches.....just mean its more hard to move.....

Goku (Super) kamekameha King kais planet..........

Inconstant? or Akira trolling?

DBZtards state
Dbztard wrote:That's the way Dragon Ball Z works.
or
Dbztard wrote:That's the logic of DBZ.
a true debater knows that's not actually true......if we can literally name out the inconstant feats this will help make people see power scaling is just a way of wanking and displaying inaccurate information from others and to basically to sum up.....Piccolo moon busting with a simple charged Ki blast and Roshi building up enough energy to do such a feat as Piccolo showing a inconstant difference between both.....Buu/Frieza used giant death balls to planet bust..........Anime Vegeta/King Vegeta used ki blasts to planet bust....Broly/Beerus planet busted just by contact with a planet all showing a inconstant method of "Busting" a planet within the series because many characters are either different with Ki output and just as well with durability output because Frizea survived planet destruction....but couldn't survive a Destructo Disc.....a sword attack....or a kamekameha blast......and Buu barely surviving a planet attack he caused but couldn't survive a attack frizea survived also making the whole Ki=Durability logic even more false.


Side Note:

I compared Anime and Manga as Analogies not to low ball.


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Re: Why Power Scaling Doesnt Work Dragon Ball Z Or Other Series

Post by Sacred Ancestor on Fri Jun 26, 2015 5:14 am

AT sees the series as more a comedy than trying to be specific enough to show exactly where their powers are. Obviously Friza should never be a threat again because he's far too weak and doesn't have the saiyan ability of unlimited potential to increase their power. So he get a random power up. Friza is a prim example of how the power ups are random and nonsensical. Even with in their own universe you can't say much of why say Piccolo can't defeat Dabora or something.
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Re: Why Power Scaling Doesnt Work Dragon Ball Z Or Other Series

Post by Beyonder on Sat Jun 27, 2015 8:53 am

@Sacred Ancestor wrote:AT sees the series as more a comedy than trying to be specific enough to show exactly where their powers are. Obviously Friza should never be a threat again because he's far too weak and doesn't have the saiyan ability of unlimited potential to increase their power. So he get a random power up. Friza is a prim example of how the power ups are random and nonsensical. Even with in their own universe you can't say much of why say Piccolo can't defeat Dabora or something.
Piccolo moon busted early in the series couldnt defeat higher villains.......
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