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Started by LunarDusk, 2014 May 08, 05:05:44
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Quote from: Peace Keeper on 2017 Feb 02, 04:55:48Spoiler: F-tier (Broken tier) showThe lowest tier on the list. At this tier, the character basically has no fight ability whatsoever, and if the character did, it is so terrible that anything can beat the character. It is considered broken in this tier because the character has NO fight potential, basically a liability to anyone who ventures in combat as a pair. ALWAYS avoid fights at all costs, even if it is against the next tier on the list.Spoiler: E-Tier showTerrible terrible TERRIBLE fighter. Not as bad as F-tier, E tiers somehow has some fight, even if it is a pathetic display. They would be brave, but lack fight knowledge, if any is learned.This tier also applies to those who have no need to fight, but will put up one if the situation calls for it when absolutely necessary. But you won't be seeing some oh-so superpower ability, its not at all, just a fight-of-flight situation that goes naturally, and pretty much wouldn't be bothered much for such need to fight.Spoiler: D-Tier showNOW we are getting to those who are willing to fight. At D-tier, they plenty like to fight, or are just big and strong and would stand up to anyone who opposes. However... they seem tough, but that sometimes goes over their head. May just be strong, but lacks proper fighting skills. Its like the big bully in school, just big, but no skill. relies only in brawn skill. Not to say the character would be like a bully, but would lack the skill like one. Let's say they try going karate and epic fails.Also this tier can be for a beginner training fighter. Those who just started. Of course they don't have any good knowledge, but that is where they start. Though they are better focused than the school bullies with no skill, they are not ready to take on just anyone yet.Spoiler: C-Tier showThis tier is where we now having fight potential. In the C-tier, the character has learned a decent skill of fight. This is the minimum potential for royal guards to be at. Capable of subduing most common characters, can stand up against griffons or equivalence. High C-tiers would tend to be the best fighter of their hometown or of any town.Spoiler: B-Tier showB Tiers have great skill in fight. Nearing the sight of championship potential, these fighters are capable of facing decent offenders such as timberwolves and bears. They have skills and strengths to throw and submit such animals. Magic at this level is well-known in combat. They tend to have good skill in spells, and power output of the magic are able to lift timberwolves and toss them. The B-Tiers tend to be champions of their hometown, county, or even their state.Spoiler: A-Tier showA-Tiers are the go-to fighters that are incredibly skilled and trained. These fighters are in championship condition and may be masters of fighting at this level. Such great skill makes them fearsome, capable of fighting off a group of about 3-5 D-Tier ponies at once. Magic is also astounding, capable of a good number of combat spells, and telekinesis able to lift a cart. The A-Tiers tend to be state champions, or even country champions.Characters notable at this tier level are Rainbow Dash, Applejack, and Daring DoSpoiler: S-Tier showThis is where masters will be. S-Tiers are masters of fighting. This is the maximum acceptable tier list. The characters would be masters of fighting capabilities, learning every technique in their arts. At this fighting potential, the character is capable of fighting 5-7 C-Tier ponies at once. They are near-unrivaled potential in their capabilities and commonly championship material. Magic is also extraordinary, with many spells learned, and high magical output that can carry an Ursa Minor. At this tier the character is a champion of the country or even continent.Character notable at this tier: Twilight Sparkle (pre-alicorn), Shining Armor.Spoiler: SS-Tier (OP Tier) showThis is where we stop. Here is where things are not commonly acceptable. This is known as the SS-Tier., or the OP tier. Characters at this tier are beyond good, masters of many arts, and are super strong. This tiers will have no issue taking on A-Tiers and would give S-Tiers a run for their money. These characters practically have a lot of their flaws covered, almost no weakness. Some would have flaws, but their fight and magic potential more than make up for it. Magical capabilities are unrivaled, capable of spells, in which they are incredibly difficult to execute, with ease, and telekinesis to lift a house. May not be very strong, but perhaps fight with such skill and evasiveness they seem almost untouchable. AT this tier they easily become master of the continent in combat.Notable characters: Trixie (Alicorn Amulet), Twilight Sparkle (Alicorn)Spoiler: BRO-Ken Tier showNO, just NO! Here is where cheap is taken to the extreme. At this tier, its basically a cheat code in combat. Characters in this tier tend to be God-like, or Mary Sues. Characters with such potential in fighting they tend to always hit, sometimes 1-hit-KOs or they always seem to dodge all attacks without breaking a sweat. These characters also would be, in some cases, change the universe, change time and space, can break anything, become invincible, overpower everything, well... you get the point.So NO PLEASE don't be this tier. Its cheap, its broken, its not even funny, and ruins everything.