Finally, the tiering system revision.
Today im going to revise definition of some Level in our Tiering System
1-A: Ascendental Level
"Characters that are unbound and beyond all dimensional scale and/or the concept of dimensions entirely, including High 1-B constructs/beings."
(yes, i also asked if for 1-A you need just trascend the baseline, and the answer was yes)
That's wrong. Trascending the baseline would mean being higher than infinite, and being higher than infinite dimensions is countable infinite dimensions
I propose that 1-A must be totally higher than trascends Uncontable Infinite Dimensions.
> "Trascending dosen't mean Higher"
"Transcendence is the act of rising above something to a superior state"
High = "far above ground, sea level, or another point of reference."
Low 1-A (Low Ascendental Level) Proposal
as I have already specified above, there is something called Uncontable Infinite Dimensions
This Uncontable Infinite Dimesnions are an higher level of High 1-B on our wiki, but i think it should be a whole another level for those motivations
it wouldn't confuse new members, it would be much easier to tell the difference with two split tiers
The differen between High 1-B and Low 1-A is huge, they can't be putted at the same tier because they are just like dimensions. like 7D,8D,9D are all in 1-C because there wouldn't be a tier for each dimension, but that's not the case for Infinite Dimensions and Uncontable Infinite DImensions
Generally talking it would be better having them separate, i would remember that's the same wiki who do a big distinction between infinite and uncontable infinite, for example "12-dimensional characters are a more than countably infinite number of times greater than a full complex M-Theory multiverse, 13-dimensional character are a more than countably infinite number of times greater than that and so onwards." and having Infinite Dimensions and Uncontable Infinite dimensions is just wrong for wiki standards
Keep note that Low 1-A wouldn't change 1-A (after revised) and 1-A+
High 1-A: High Ascendental Level
Ok that's the last part of the CRT
Basically this is just 1-A, trascending realms/characthers that have infinite steps above baseline 1-A isn't enough for High 1-A
Since stack infinite on our wiki ISN'T High 1-A this would mean they are higher in 1-A+, but the difference that would be to someone that is More than infinite/Uncontable Infinite than a normal 1-A+ and a baseline High 1-A is literally equal.
So I propose that High 1-A must trascends all Possible Extensions of 1-A+, and dosen't matter how much 1-A+ stacks in the trascendence, it wouldn't reach High 1-A level.
Neutral: @Ionliosite (with Low 1-A) @Oblivion Of The Endless (High 1-A) @Star King Instant Death Chad Demon Lord (both 1-A and High 1-A) @Ghostzano (Both 1-A and High 1-A) @Secretly domain (with High 1-A)