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Lifting Strength is defined as the mass that an individual can lift. Pushing, pulling, and tearing feats are also considered a part of this statistic. It should not be confused with Striking Strength. While Striking Strength measures the energy of the characters physical attacks, Lifting Strength measures the amount of mass they can lift, which is determined by the amount of force a character can produce. This means they measure two different physical quantities.


Inapplicable: Tier 11. Too low to be properly calculated.

Below Average Human: 0 to 50 kg

Average Human: 50 to 80 kg (The mass of an adult human, or a large dog)

Above Average Human: 80 to 120 kg (The mass of a washing machine, or a tumble dryer)

Athletic Human: 120 to 227 kg (The mass of a mature lion)

Peak Human: 227 to 501 kg (Olympic weight-lifters, professional strongmen, and powerlifters)

Superhuman: ? (Any level clearly above peak human that does not have an exact value. Effort should be made to calculate the true value based on feats, but until then this is a placeholder)

Class 1: 501 to 1000 kg (The world record for deadlifting feats in real life)

Class 5: 1000 to 5000 kg (Capable of lifting small trucks, etc.)

Class 10: 5000 to 10000 kg (The mass of an adult elephant)

Class 25: 10000 to 25000 kg (The mass of Big Ben's bell, a truck, a large motorboat)

Class 50: 25000 to 50000 kg (The mass of a semi-trailer truck)

Class 100: 50000 to 100000 (The mass of a tank)

Class K: 100000 to 1.000.000 kg (The mass of the largest animal: blue whale, the heaviest of air-crafts)

Class M: 1.000.000 to kg (The mass of the largest ship)

Class G: to kg (The mass of the human world population, the largest man-made structures)

Class T: to kg (The mass of the heaviest mountains)

Class P: to kg (The mass of small moons or small asteroids)

Class E: to 10^21 kg (The mass of the atmosphere of the Earth)

Class Z: 10^21 to 10^24 kg (The mass of large moons or small planets)

Class Y: 10^24 to 10^27 kg (The mass of larger planets)

Pre-Stellar: 10^27 to 2x10^29 kg (The mass a solid object can reach before the gravitational collapse to a small star)

Stellar: 2x10^29 to 6.3x10^32 kg (The mass of a smaller star up to the most massive star)

Multi-Stellar: 6.3x10^32 kg to 1.6x10^42 (The mass of the most massive star to the mass of the Milky Way)

Galactic: 1.6x10^42 kg to 6x10^43 kg (The mass of the Milky Way to the mass of the most massive galaxy)

Multi-Galactic: 6x10^43 kg (The mass of the most massive galaxy up to the mass of the observable universe)

Universal: 1.5x10^53 kg and higher (The mass of the observable universe up to any higher finite value)

Infinite (Countably infinite strength by 3-dimensional standards)

Immeasurable (Uncountably infinite strength in relation to 3-dimensional entities, equated to higher-order beings on greater planes of existence and/or higher-dimensional beings when portrayed as qualitatively superior)

Irrelevant (Beyond all dimensional scale. Meaning: Tier 1-A and above.)