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.
1 user: Lmao my OC is above almighty gods, yours is almighty.
2 User : lol too pathetic. but my OC is above the authors/writers, editors and readers of any fic, no one said that.
1 user: this is even more pathetic compared to my OC, he is beyond any type of omnipotence.
and so on until you get to toxic comments. I'm just bored.
just that one big note from me.
in short what I want to say is that both The Divine Code and The Devil You Forgot are great OCs, with a solid story and the way you and Jonas share the information about others how strong your OCs are. is a wonderful duo.
Logically. Well, logic doesn't really work with paradox superpowers, but being able to "Be" everything by "being identical" with everything is something neither the Devil You Forgot nor the Divine Code can do, right. That's why Unity is needed.
No, I don't know of a feat which shows Truth being Autopotent, simply because Truth has very little plot and very little feats anyways in the manga.
This means Truth also never came into a situation where he had to display that he is also Autopotent, if needed by the plot.
However. The absence of any particular feats which were never even required to be shown by a (defined-as-likely-omnipotent) character in a story can never "disprove" that the character is (possibly) omnipotent.
I can easily name you tens of thousands of rare superpowers that were only ever shown in completely other stories than in Marvel's "Secret Wars Saga", and then try to argue "Because Beyonder never displayed the ability to transmute an enemy into a pig (like e.g. Circe), it proves he is no longer as Omnipotent as the authors wanted him to be !!"
You see how ridiculous argumentation along this line really is !?
Expecting a character to have a particular type of feat (or vague statement somewhere like "transcends the concepts of dimensions") randomly, and if no such feat or statement exists (simply because it was never required by the plot), claim that "because of the missing feat/statement this character can no longer be omnipotent, and it matters not whether the author (more or less obviously) modelled his version of The Omnipotent which occurs in his story after all the usual old templates which were established in ancient myths, and reused and newly imagined for new stories millions of times.
1. I told you that all your OCs that are omnipotent are awesome and will deadlock against the divine Codex because if both are omnipotent nobody wins or loses.
2. and then you tell me that you don't care what other think, and you know who wins and it's not mine. or simply you are afraid to admit and appreciate that Divine Code (my OC) is much more powerful than your OC.
Btw, The Foundational Mind is not a plot. based on the feat and statements is to contain absolute totality as part of his eternal dream, this includes any system, alternate continuity, reality, entire multiverses, transcendental hierarchy, planes of reality, Void, timelines, Duality concepts, even characters that are Conceptual transcendental beings, transcends all Concepts a so that it is nothing more than a nonexistent fiction to them.
I'm smarter and more intelligent than you, you can't touch me.
goodbye from me for now, see you next time.