Yes, surprisingly, like how we treat stat amps that are unquantificable and there's no way to know if they even overpower significantly someone that was otherwise on the same level of the user, for example.Ok so I just want to make sure I've wrapped my head around this correctly, and this is hypothetical btw:
Character A from verse 1 resists a 10 person mind-wipe.
Character B from verse 2 can wipe 20 people, has a verse mechanic that allows them to concentrate their abilities on single targets, and we know it applies to their mind manip. There are no feats overcoming resistance (no one was able to in-verse).
Under the current changes A would resist B's mind manip because the difference is unquantifiable?
If there's a way to correlate B's higher potency to resistance bypassing it'd be another story, but as it is currently? Eh...