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So, the Elder Evil Ragnorra is D&D's version of Brood mother, sorta.
She travels around the multiverse, occasionally crossing into the Material plane, in which case she'd very much like to crash land on a world and take it over.
The book actually provides some things that make this crash-land calcable
- Elder Evils [3.5e]
The important thing to take from this passage is that her landing is like a freakin asteroid, leaving a 30 mile long crater.
We also have this:
So her size as she lands is a mile in diameter.
What's I'm going to do is fiddle with the Asteroid Impact Crater Calculator to get the speed at which she was traveling and the energy of impact (since we know she survives this, albeit barely).
So we have a diameter of a mile=1600m, and we know Ragnorra is made out of flesh so I'll use average density of a human body for this, which is 1.062 gr/cm^3.
I'll plug in an arbitrary angle of 45 degrees for impact and change the speeds untill I can get a crater with a diameter of 30 miles = 48 km.
And here are the results
So the Final Tally:
Ragnorra's crusing speed = 376,000 m/s, or about Mach 1105
Ragnorra's impact yield = 38.33 Teratons of TNT
MHS+ and country level, surprisingly sits well with the powerscaling actually
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