Based on what you've described, he would not have a power level over 9000. Without spoiling too much for you, King Cold, who relied heavily on scouters to assess power levels, believed that a warrior who was suppressing his power level was capable of defeating him because of his sword. Although he was wrong about the warrior in question, this means that if a character is only strong because of a physical object they possess, their power level does not reflect that. It's a bit unclear as to what would happen if an item made him strong (with a high power level too), but in the case you've described, I think he'd still have a lower power level.
To put it another way, if I had a button that could knock out the Heavy-Weight Boxing champion when pressed, that would not make me stronger than I actually am. However, it'd be different if the button made me capable of doing it myself.
TL;DR version: No, because the horn would be the thing capable of destroying Earth.
Is the power level I put for Megumin accurate? If you're wondering why I put a range it's because her power level spikes when she uses explosion magic but then drops immediately as she becomes paralyzed for a bit.
There's no easy answer. Techniques like the Kamehameha wave in the original source material is a concentration of the user's power. To give you a reference, Goku had a power level of 416 in the battle against Raditz, but his Kamehameha wave had a power level of more than 900. Raditz who had a power level of 1,200 feared for his life upon finding that Piccolo's special beam cannon had a power level of 1,330 and justly so as he did die upon the direct hit (though his ocmments suggest the fact that the beam was concentrated in his finger tips suggests the damage would be greater than that of a Kamehameha with that power level). Applying that infomration, Roshi has a power level of 139, but it's never made clear if this applies to his resitng form or his msucular Max Power form. Regardless, Roshi blew up a building with one kamehameha wave, which probably had a power level of 200-300, given the example later given in the fight with Raditz. Assuming, this character's powers are in the same canonical universe (YTP World, not the Dragon Ball world), it is indeed a little high if her largest explosion was at the world trade center in 9/11. I'm not gonna be too picky, but since you asked, I'd say a power level of about 100 is more suitable.
I guess the context was badly written. When I said "biggest attack" I meant by influence. If you watch KonoSuba, her explosions can be as much as creating massive holes in the ground. I'd say if she's at her best, she could level a small village.
Addtionally, like Goku, she has gotten much stronger as time went on.
Nepism wrote: I guess the context was badly written. When I said "biggest attack" I meant by influence. If you watch KonoSuba, her explosions can be as much as creating massive holes in the ground. I'd say if she's at her best, she could level a small village.
Addtionally, like Goku, she has gotten much stronger as time went on.
Yeah, 200 sounds about right if she can destroy a village. Thanks for valuing my input by the way.
If anything, it's too high, especially if you accept the semi-canonical power levels for the Dragon Ball characters (where 11-year-old Goku could smash a brick with a power level of ten). In simple terms, Goku could destroy a brick with one finger. He trained under Roshi and got much, much more powerful. Then he fought the Red Ribbon Army and got more powerful climbing Korrin's Tower. He defeated King Piccolo 3 years later, and hr trained with Kami to get even stronger after that. When Raditz arrived, Goku's power level was still only 416, which doesn't seem to accurately show how much stronger he was than the average human at this point.
Sorry for fypos. I can't see what I'm typing in the sunlight.
As I said earlier, I am a huge fan of Gorillaz, and as such, want to help out in as much ways as possible. I've got the whole lore memorized and everything. Plus, with a new album coming later this year, and the animated series premiring later as well, I think it's very appropriate to add Gorillaz stuff to the wiki.
The only problem is, who will work on what phases of the lore?
I'm fine with us doing each phase fo Gorillaz together. I just want at least some input on what gets put into the page.
My main concern with writing a page like this (well, aside from the age gap between Noodle and the other members leading to some... questionable jokes) is: So much of the lore seems like something we'd actually write. for the YTP wiki. I feel we should probably change some major plot points in the lore, just so we don't end up... you know... copying the entire Gorillaz lore verbatim. Like, I think maybe we should get creative with why Noodle took the year off between phases 2 and 3.
Phase 4's plots are my least favorite of the four phases (not the music, just the plots that the band was given), so I'll probably let you come up with some stuff for that. I'd probably like to write Phase 2 or 3 the most. Actually, come to think of it, a lot of the lore involves stuff between the two phases. A lot went on between phases 1 and 2, and a lot happened between phases 3 and 4.
I could write more, but I'd like to let you respond to what I have so far (give you a chance to talk, you know).
Phase 4 is happening right now, so probably that's when the Dimension Warriors cross over with the band.
As for Noodle, her side story from Phases 2-3 involves her trapped in Hell and battling Bill Cipher to try and get back with the band.
And you're right. Everything lore-wise is so related to the wiki. I'm shocked that we haven't made more Gorillaz themed pages yet.
To be fair, they weren't making music between the time Nepism (then Milez) adopted the wiki and 2016 or so.
I actually really like the idea of Noodle legit being trapped in Hell, though I must ask: Did she die and get sent there, or was she, like teleported (for lack of a better word) there while still alive? I don't look at the wiki pages for religions, but I think it'd be kind of sad if Noodle was legit sent there by a higher power. I mean, she was, like 15 when Phase 2 ended (I'm a little blurry on dates).
We should probably come up with something really funny for the confrontation with the Boogie Man at the end of phase 3. I was thinking it'd be fun to have a dramatic battle over something that isn't all that serious. What do you think?
(Quick side note: For a second there, I thought you meant the original Gorillaz lore had Noodle in Hell, and I was going to correct you by saying that was retconned as a drunken fantasy Murdoc had.)
As for Noodle in hell, you were right about it being retconned, well if I was talking about the lore, but this was an idea I had. Since the Dimension Warriors did introduce Gorillaz to the wiki, it's fair to say that they should have some connection to the band. Maybe they can even have a "Battle of the bands" with Hatsune Miku and the Universe Heroes.
I did some work on the Gorillaz page last night, but due to some circumstances, I had to save my work to a Google Doc and resume work on it later.
Also, I thought you were just being funny about Ace replacing Murdoc. There's seriously continuity from Powerpuff Girls in Gorillaz now, and I can hardly believe it. That's either awesome or stupid, but it's too early to tell which.