The Superhero Database Classification number, or SHDB Class, is a number that represents the overall 'power' of a character. All traits of a character are used for calculating the Classification.
What it DOESN'T mean
This doesn't mean that a higher class would always beat a lower class character. But the bigger the difference in Class is, the more obvious it is who'll win in a fight.
How is this calculated
( INT^1.3 + (STR*0.5 )^2 + (SPE*0.5)^2 + DUR^1.6 + (POW + (SPS*SPL))^2 + COM^1.8 ) ^ TIER
Super Power Score and Level
Every Super Power has a score (SPS) that is used to calculate the Class. Each Super Power also has 3 levels (SPL). The level is set when connecting that Super Power to a character. The level determines the final score, of the Super Power, being used in the calculation.
the original characters are based on some sense of Human experience and real-world limitation not that they transcend the real-world.
The idea of original characters transcending the real world is a speculative fantasy not based on any factual evidence. This remains an impossibility based on the nature of fiction itself, as a product of human imagination and storytelling, all powers and abilities attributed to them are ultimately limited by the human imagination that created them, they are invented by people- user.
that my original characters are just SCP-Characters, they are inspired by the SCP-Foundation,, and by the way such characters do not exist in any official SPC-Foundation canon, example:
SCP-CN 8938 designated as the divine code is foundational mind is the ultimate driving force behind all that is. containing all imagination, ideas, mind and thought it must also dream all creation and reality, forever, for if it stops dreaming then everything and all totality will collapse. but such a character does not actually exist at the SCP-Foundation.
my fact about OC > your impersonal comment opinions.