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Small D.Gray-Man Downgrade

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Pretty simple thread.

Level 4 Akuma and Noah have atomic level deconstruction through having Dark Matter which scales above Thread's absorption that deconstructs objects on an atomic level.

The problem with this is that Thread's deconstruction isn't actually atomic, the atomic statement is a mistranslation, the actual translation states it's molecular, meaning all Dark Matter-based deconstruction abilities and resistances need to be downgraded to molecular.



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Agreed for the Level 4 Akuma and comparable characters being downgraded to molecular. This wouldn't effect the Noah's Deconstruction correct?
 
Agreed for the Level 4 Akuma and comparable characters being downgraded to molecular. This wouldn't effect the Noah's Deconstruction correct?
Noah's deconstruction just scales above Level 4's decon, which is molecular, so their deconstruction will also be downgraded to molecular as well.

If you're talking about the Marco-Quantum stuff then no, that isn't being removed or changed.
 
I agree with molecular over atomic. What will happen to the calc then? I'm not very good at math so I honestly have no clue what the process the calc used is.
 
The Earl calc doesn't use Atomic Deconstruction, it uses heat, so it wouldn't be effected by anything in this thread.
 
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