The only thing from Matts argument I don’t agree with is not taking every starry feat first as automatically real stars. In order for us to deny the legitimacy of the stars, we need to first be given a reason to think they aren’t real stars. Otherwise, we take a leap in logic that unnecessarily goes against the Occams Razor. Outer space, black background, white dots come. What’s the first impressions we reasonably get? That they are stars. Something else needs to come up to suggest aren’t real stars.I agree with this. Not every starry visual effect should automatically be considered as real stars just because "if it looks like a duck it must be a duck". A blatant example of this would be Toppo using the destruction energy that gave the world of void a clear starry sky effect, but it was basically just a void. Any such feat should be scrutinized according to the above points.