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1 Material Destruction on Fri Oct 14, 2016 1:16 pm


Material Destruction

This information concerns material destruction and your Skill's effects on the environment. In One Piece people will repeatedly find themselves pitting their skills against the elements of the world and not just other people. For that reason a Material Destruction List should be supplied within the Notes section of one's Skill Set Application. Everyone's charts should not be the same and there are still many factors that go into what materials you can destroy. Obviously if you are exhausted, your equipment is not up to par, you're not fully committing yourself to destroying the material before you, and many other things, you can fail. Generally speaking if your character has more priority towards their Strength Attribute, this will be reflected in your Skill Set and in your Notes section through your Skill Set. So while it still is a case by case basis, one should include the general capabilities their Skill Set harbors when it comes to Material Destruction within their Skill Sets. Below is an example.


  • Tier 1:
    Completely Destroyed - Wood, Stone, and similar materials.
    Partially Destroyed -
    Lightly Damaged - Iron
  • Tier 2:
    Completely Destroyed - Wood, Stone, and similar materials.
    Partially Destroyed - Iron
    Lightly Damaged - Steel
  • Tier 3:
    Completely Destroyed - Iron, Wood, Stone, and similar materials
    Partially Destroyed - Steel
    Lightly Damaged - Titanium
  • Tier 4:
    Completely Destroyed - Steel, Iron, Wood, Stone, and similar materials.
    Partially Destroyed - Titanium
    Lightly Damaged - Treasure Tree Adam
  • Tier 5:
    Completely Destroyed - Titanium, Steel, Iron, Wood, Stone, and similar materials.
    Partially Destroyed - Treasure Tree Adam
    Lightly Damaged - Diamond, Seastone
  • Tier 6:
    Completely Destroyed - Treasure Tree Adam, Titanium, Steel, Iron, Wood, Stone, and similar materials.
    Partially Destroyed - Diamond, Seastone
    Lightly Damaged - N/A


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[list][*][b]Tier 1:[/b]
Completely Destroyed -
Partially Destroyed -
Lightly Damaged -
[*][b]Tier 2: [/b]
Completely Destroyed -
Partially Destroyed -
Lightly Damaged -
[*][b]Tier 3:[/b]
Completely Destroyed -
Partially Destroyed -
Lightly Damaged -
[*][b]Tier 4:[/b]
Completely Destroyed -
Partially Destroyed -
Lightly Damaged -
[*][b]Tier 5: [/b]
Completely Destroyed -
Partially Destroyed -
Lightly Damaged -
[*][b]Tier 6:[/b]
Completely Destroyed -
Partially Destroyed -
Lightly Damaged - [/list]

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