What mean the numbers of the characters?

Created by TheOneBetweenAll, 7 mo 1 d ago.

I have seen in a thread that regular Wonder Woman was notably lower rated than regular Thor and Thor's pretty much equal Beta Ray Bill was even lower, and even far worse the vastly more powerful Witching Hour Wonder Woman was somehow even lower rated as Rune King Thor.

How does that make any logical sense, have the numbers nothing to do with the actual power of the characters?


Tyrannus 6 mo 30 d
What mean the numbers of the characters?
1 year member
There was no need to create a new forum for this. You could have just asked this question in the general questions forum
DarkProdigy 7 mo 12 h 36 m
What mean the numbers of the characters?
3 year member
Basically already been said. The statistics given to a character are thrown into a calculation along with the superpowers which contribute more or less to the class depending on how powerful they are. As stated on the site, a higher class does NOT mean that they would beat a lower class but is instead there for guidance. Characters are edited by anyone with the Editors role and above. I hope this helps
DeanDinosaur6 7 mo 20 h 28 m
What mean the numbers of the characters?
2 year member
It's based on the powers, abilities, and stats givin to the characters. Some characters are edited completely wrong.
Last edited: 7 mo 20 h 28 m ago.
RedEyeJoe 7 mo 1 d
What mean the numbers of the characters?
The ratings are based off of the abilities/powers a character has and the stats they are given. Most of the time they are inaccurate so we really just don't pay them much thought, most people just use them to show what tier of power a character may be in, but even then they aren't even always accurate. Example: Lucifer with a 91 as his rating
Last edited: 7 mo 1 d ago.