- Cub - Small threats of up to normal human standards
- Wolf - Peak human threats or higher
- Tiger - Threat to a small town
- Demon - Threat to an entire city
- Dragon - Threat to even countries
- Maoh - Threat to global civilization
- God - Threat to the planet itself
- Nova - Stellar threat
- Quasar - Galactic threat
- Big Bang - Threat to multiple galaxies and potentially the entire universe
After the Big Bang class is passed we start reaching much higher territories of power, these will be denominated as:
- Celestial - Universal to lower multiversal threat
- Quantum - Solid multiversal threat
- Omega - Metaversal threat, or anything above multiversal but under omniversal
- Omni - Omniversals or fully omnipotent beings
Note that this is threat level, not solely busting/destructive capacity. So this being said although the destructive capacity of a being is very important when classifying there threat level, it is not the only factor taken into account.
- at the end of a class means the being is considerably weaker than most beings of the class hes categorized in.
+ at the end of a class means the being is much stronger than most beings of the class hes categorized in, or that he could potentially be categorized in a higher class.
Besides the threat levels it is also common to see the words "tier(s)" thrown around a lot in this wiki, and in vs in general. The system most commonly used here for tiers would be: God tier>Top tier>High tier>Mid tier>Low tier>Bottom tier Tiering is generally only pertinent to relevant beings in a verse, so normal or random fodder would likely not even reach a tiering. Example: Captain Kuro=One Piece bottom tier>>>One Piece random fodder aka normal human