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Jiro's one of my favourite MHA characters, and she has some impressive feats.
First up, scaling. We'll need the dimensions of her head vertically and horizontally. Jiro is 154 cm (1.54m) tall.
548 pixels = 1.54m
1 pixel = 1.54m/548 = 0.00281021898m
0.00281021898m X 83 = 0.233248175m
0.00281021898m X 89 = 0.250109489m
2. Jiro rocks
Jiro shatters a boulder with her earjacks. This should be fairly straight forward...
73 pixels = 0.250109489m
1 pixel = 0.250109489m/73 = 0.00342615738m
0.00342615738m X 126 = 0.43169583m
0.00342615738m X 254 = 0.870243975m
Volume as half an ellipsoid.
V = 4/3πabc
= 4/3 X π X 0.43169583 X 0.43169583 X 0.870243975
It';s clearly blown apart pretty violently. Violent fragmentation of rock is 69000000 joules/m^3.
E = 0.339668557 X 69000000
= 23437130.4 joules
= 0.005601608604207 tons of TNT
Not bad...but she can do way better.
3. Jiro really rocks
Jiro's Heartbeat Fuzz shatters the ground considerably. First the distance from Jiro to the other students...
27 pixels = 0.233248175m
1 pixel = 0.233248175m/27 = 0.0086388213m
0.0086388213m X 801 = 6.91969586m
Enter that through the angscaler, and we have us a distance of 5.24808394m. That's not the total distance though; we also have the distance of the other students attacking Class 1-A. Given the 16 from this point on, we'll be going with the average height of Japanese 16 year olds, the boy for the depth, the girl for the distance. The average height of a 16 year old Japanese boy is 169.4cm (1.694m) and the 16 year old Japanese girl is 157.5cm (1.575m). Scaling the boy's head and torso differently because he's hunched over.
55 + 11 + 16 = 82
82 pixels = 1.575m
1 pixel = 1.575m/82 = 0.0192073171m
0.0192073171m X 18 = 0.345731708m
0.0192073171m X 968 = 18.592683m
100 + 41 = 141
141 pixels = 1.694m
1 pixel = 1.694m/141 = 0.0120141844m
0.0120141844m X 36 = 0.432510638m
0.0120141844m X 83 = 0.997177305m
First to scale from the boys head, then to the girls.
= 0.0949554958 rad
= 5.440549150925710009 degrees
Enter that through the angscaler and have us a distance of 4.6504m
= 0.0475045183 rad
= 2.721808406398736224 degrees
That's a distance of 7.2765m. Now, adding together to get the distance to Jiro...
L = 6.91969586m + 4.6504m + 7.2765m
Volume as a rectangular prism.
V = 18.8465959 X 18.592683 X 0.997177305
Once again, given fragments are thrown everywhere and dust is heaved up, it's clearly violent fragmentation.
E = 349.419686 X 69000000
= 24109958334 joules
= 5.7624183398662 tons of TNT
Jiro shatters boulder = 0.006 tons of TNT
Heart Fuzz = 5.762 tons of TNT
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