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# Range

## Background

**Range** is the concept of how far one can reach with their standard attacks or other abilities. The measurement of range comes from different units of length. It should be noted when using abilities such as Teleportation, Dimensional Travel, Reality Warping, etcetera, would count as their own range separate from one's physical range.

**Unknown: Lower Reality:** Unknown distance.

- Similar to
**Unknown-E**in the Tiering System, as one cannot truly quantify the energy within a "fictional world", one cannot truly quantify the distance within it either.

**Below Standard Melee:** 0 - 50 centimeters

- Applies to small characters.

**Standard Melee:** Around 50 centimeters-1.5 meters

- Applies to fighters using mostly their arms and legs as weapons.
- Knives/daggers, gauntlets, and short-ranged weapons would qualify for this range.

**Extended Melee:** Around 1.5-5 meters

- Applies to fighters who are able to reach further ahead due to being larger than the average, or fighters who are able to extend their limbs further.
- Sword/sabers, polearms/spears.

**Several Meters:** Around 5-10 meters

- Characters with type 0 Large Size.
- Explosion radius from a thrown grenade.

**Tens of meters:** Around 10-100 meters

- Applies to fighters who are essentially giants.
- The distance of how far one can get an accurate shot of something with slingshot.

**Hundreds of meters:** Around 100-1000 meters

- The distance that one can reach with a bow & arrow/crossbow.
- The distance that you can perceive without a scope; average firing range.

**Kilometers:** Around 1-10 kilometers

- The distance/width of an average city, or the distance between cities.
- Nuclear explosions from weaker bombs can reach this up to this range (Ex: Little Boy explosion radius = 1.85 km, B-61 explosion radius = 5.06 km).
- The distance that can be reached with a handgun, though it requires good aim.

**Tens of kilometers:** Around 10-100 kilometers

- The distance/width of a large city or the distance between cities.
- Nuclear explosions from weaker bombs can reach this up to this range (Ex: Ivy Mike explosion radius = 15.64 km, Tsar Bomba explosion radius = 26.26km).

**Hundreds of kilometers:** Around 100-1,000 kilometers

**Thousands of kilometers:** Around 1,000 km-20,037 kilometers

**Planetary:** Around 20,037-1,391,400 kilometers

- Half the circumference of Earth starts at 20,037 km.
- The distance from the Earth to the Moon is 384,400 km.

**Stellar:** Around 1,391,400-50,290,000 kilometers

- The diameter of the Sun is 1,391,400 km.
- The circumference of the Sun is 4,371,212 km.

**Interplanetary:** Around 50,290,000 kilometers to 4.22 light years.

- The distance from Mercury to Venus is 50,290,000 km.
- The distance from Mercury to Neptune is 4,443,090,000 km.
- Mainly quantifies the distance between planets, or distance between multiple planets, etcetera

**Interstellar:** Around 4.22-50,000 light years

- The distance from Earth to the nearest star (Proxima Centauri) is 4.2 Light Years.
- 50,000 LY is the radius of the Milky Way (radius of our galaxy).

**Galactic:** Around 50,000-2,500,000 light years

- The radius of our galaxy, the Milky Way in 50,000 light years.

**Intergalactic:** Around 2,500,000-110,000,000 million light years.

- The distance from our galaxy, the Milky Way and Andromeda is 2.5 million light years.
- Mostly describes the distance between different galaxies in our universes.

**Supercluster:** 110,000,000 million light years+

- Based off of the Virgo Supercluster, which the Virgo Cluster and subsequently our galaxy are a part of.

**Multi Supercluster:** 179,386,008 light years to an infinite distance.

- From here, the average distance spans from 55 megaparsecs (179,386,008 light years), to infinity at that point, as there is no exact end or beginning to how far the actual universe spans.

**Universal:** Attacks are able to reach anywhere within a single space-time continuum.

**Cross-Universal:** Attacks are able to reach anywhere between the main universe and any number of separate pocket dimensions not universal in size.

**Cross-Dimensional:** Attacks are able to reach other spatial dimensions outside of the main 3 we perceive.

**Multi-Universal:** Attacks are able to reach anywhere anywhere finite sized multiverse.

**Multiversal:** Attacks are able to reach anywhere in a countless sized multiverse of an undefined size.

**Multiversal+:** Attacks are able to reach anywhere in an infinite sized multiverse.

**Complex Multiversal:** Attacks are able to reach beyond a the standard multiversal hierarchy.

**Low Hypercomplex Multiversal:** Attacks are able to reach in any finite number of hierarchies.

**Hypercomplex Multiversal:** Attacks are able to reach in a countless number of hierarchies.

**High Hypercomplex Multiversal:** Attacks are able to reach in an infinite amount of hierarchies.

**Low Mathematical Multiversal:** Attacks are able to reach areas beyond all uncountably infinite stacks of hierarchies.

**Mathematical Multiversal:** Attacks are able to reach areas on such a scale that their existence cannot be reached by using set replacement.

**Boundless:** Attacks are able to reach areas that cannot be described using set theory.

__Additional terms__

**At least**

Should be used to denote the lower cap of a character, if the exact value is indeterminate. Usually listed for characters that have reached an entire superbly casually.

**At most**

Should be used to denote the higher cap of a character, if the exact value is indeterminate. Usually listed for characters that have done a feat that is questionable compared to their other feats.

**Likely**

Should be used to list a hypothetical statistic for a character, but inconclusive due to uncertainty of if the character truly reached that far. Probability of said hypothetical statistic should be favourable.

**Possibly**

Should be used to list a hypothetical statistic for a character, but inconclusive due to uncertainty of if the characer truly reached that far. Probability of said hypothetical statistic should also be indeterminate.