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Bk Ray

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Subj: Re: He didn't.
Posted: Thu Sep 14, 2017 at 02:41:39 am EDT (Viewed 216 times)
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      I would estimate Buffy to be class 1 to 2 level, so 'classic' Beast level.

    Classic Beast level was 1 ton lifting strength. That's about MCU Cap level or at least Steve is close to that considering his feats.

    But on average (probably budget constraints) Buffy simply didn't always display even this level of strength. She was typically portrayed as about 25% weaker than that based on her average, day-to-day, feats. Sure, she has some high end feats, but she has some really low showings too (like with that chandelier falling on her and taking an entire episode to move it off), struggling to break regular chains, etc.

    So, again, Buffy simply isn't as strong as some of you are billing her to be.

Glory survived a hit from a wrecking ball and surviving a building implode on it self (caused by he stamping her feet having a tantrum.

Buffy was able to physically knock her around.

Spike who very barely was able to lift the Troll's hammar and is around peak human strength at worst had Buffy lift the hammar with one arm and she used it without any hindrance.

IIRC she also lifted a gate, where dozens have attempted and has bent steel rifle barrels with ease.

PS - Non hairy McCoy was around class 1, original hairy edition got a slight upgrade and was class 2.

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