When it comes to speed it should be common knowledge that combat speed doesn't always equal travel speed, but is it fair to assume that travel speed is an indication of how fast a character can be in combat until proven otherwise? I don't mean how fast you can travel equals how fast you can punch or kick , I mean that if you can travel this fast, then we can at least say that you can react to stuff of that speed in combat unless it is indicated otherwise (or if you are specialize in traveling only), and use this speed to blitz people who are slower.
Post by Coming on the Clouds on Mar 30, 2017 20:07:29 GMT
I think you mean when does travel speed equal reaction speed and really it's how you travel more than how fast you do. If you can run a the speed of sound and you run in the forest at this speed then yes it does transfer but if it's aerial not as much since there are no obstacles. And if it's space travel maybe not anything under the speed of light (unless said character navigates an asteroid belt or something) but if it's like Saint Seiya where Seyia went at like 5 quintillion times the speed of light or something then absolutely
It was probably titled something else since I already check for keywords: travel speed, combat speed, reaction speed
I thought it might be not be posted on a separate thread focused on the subject since our folks like to talk about mechanics for debating on a battle thread such as when folk debate about whether attacks are light based in a Magi and Fairy Tail thread for example.
Post by EmperorThanos on Apr 15, 2017 19:48:21 GMT
Personally, I break speed into 3 different categories, travel, combat and reaction. Combat to me is how fast you can punch, kick etc. Travel is how fast you can travel and reaction is how fast you can react. Travel speed can at times be used as evidence for the other two. For example if you can run and certain speeds it should mean that you can move your limbs at that speed and be able to throw punches and stuff. Likewise if you flying through space at FTl speeds and are able to dodge objects and things coming towards you at such speeds then you should have FTL reactions as well.
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