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After watching the show for the third time, showing it to my little brother for the first time, he posed the question that put me for a spin. "Just how powerful is Benimaru's Black Ogre Flame?"

To solve this, I when the Death Battle route of using visual analysis and bomb-scale energy equations to determine the total Joule output of one blast.

By taking G.I. Taylor's atomic bomb yield equation

> r = (p^x)(E^y)(t^z)

And re-configuring it to solve for energy.

> ( r / [ (p^x)(t^z) ] )^(1/z)= E

Using the pre-determined, verified fractional exponents for *x*, *y*, and *z*, all I have left is to slap in p, r, and t.

'*p*' is simply the average air density. A quick google search pulls up **1.225 kg/m^3 **at sea level. Considering the battle I'm using for reference takes place in wetlands, I'd say that cuts down error.

'*t*' is the next to solve. In episode 16 "The one who devours all" we can see that Benimaru's explosion takes almost exactly **1 second **to expand as it engulfs the Demon Lord Geld in the climax of the fight.

Finally, the hard part. To solve for '*r*', I went and got reference images from the anime. There are two frames were you can see the remains of the Ogre Flame fading, we can use that to draw a full circle. In a close frame, Ranga's lightning forces Geld upright, giving us a perfect outline of Geld to act as a reference to determine the explosion radius.

Sadly, this wiki does not have a cannon height of the Demon Lord Geld, the Orc Disaster. So, being the over-annalist that I am, I found a frame of Shion and Geld standing side-by-side. Shion has a cannon height of 170cm. Using some fancy-ass measurements (Shion being 359.26px vs Geld being 990.38px) I found Geld to be 468.64cm.** **

Using a composite of the images showing Geld in the explosion, I measured Geld at 725px and the radius of 1006px. This means the radius of the explosion was **650.28cm**. Finally, we've solved for '*r*'.

Back to the original equation. We put in all the numbers

*r = 6.5 m*

*p = 1.225 kg/m^3*

*t = 1 sec*

> ( 6.5 / [ (1.225^-0.2)(1^0.4) ] )^(1/0.2)= E

Finally, the total energy released by the smallest blast of Black Ogre Flame we see is** 14,213.56 Joules!!**

Now what does this number mean? Well, surprisingly, not a lot. 14 kJ is worth almost *3350 calories*, or almost 150% your recommended calorie intake, or **SIX **McDonalds Big Macs.

And what about at its strongest

Sorry, but nope. Hell Flare is all about thermal energy, not about a shockwave. Also your number for 'p' is likely off due to the barrier that's isolating the space the flame is used in, where any pressure is contained within the barrier, being unable to leave.

Yeah, the barrier is pretty op by itself, what if you suffocated them with the barrier?

Many monsters don't need oxygen so there's no point. And btw the heat says to be between 2000 and 5000 degrees in the WN.

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**Why your analysis is completely wrong **

**Problem#1**

1. The energy (E) was released in a small space

.2. The shock wave was spherical. We have the size of the fire ball (R as a function of t) at several different times.

How does the radius (R) depend on: • energy (E) • time (t) • density of the surrounding medium (ρ – initial density of air)

Let’s perform a dimensional analysis of the problem:

[R] = L :radius is determined by a distance

[E] = ML^2/T^2 :energy is determined by a mass times a distance squared divided by time squared.

[t] = T :Time is determined by the time.

[ρ] = M/L^3 :density is determined by a mass divided by a distance cubed

We can say ,

**[R] = L = [E] ^x [ρ] ^y [t] ^z (...cough ..ehm)**

Substituting the units for energy,

time and density that we listed above we have: **[R] = L = M^(x+y)L ^(2x−3y)T ^(−2x+z)**

M is to the x + y power because energy and density are both dependent on M.

L is to the 2x − 3y power because energy is dependent on the square of distance and density is dependent on one over the cube of distance.

T is to the −2x + z power because energy is dependent on one over the square of time and time is dependent on time.

This provides three simultaneous equations:

x + y = 0

2x − 3y = 1

−2x + z = 0,

yielding the results:

x = 1/5,

y = −1/5

z = 2/5

The radius of the shock wave is therefore:

** R = E 1/5 ρ −1/5 t 2/5 ∗ **constant

Let’s assume the constant is approximately 1. Solving the equation for E we get:

** E = (R ^5 ρ)/t^2**

** [ Conclusion : Atleast use the correct equation for your "over analysis"]**

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**Why your analysis is complete crap - bruh...cuz it is a other world **

**Problem#2**

There are various factors that can't be solved because they are lot of unknowns. Like small particles in slime world called magicules , a battle field with high level monsters will always be brimming with magicules by the monsters releasing their full battle auras and constantly changing the density of air and magicule has special properties that can cause anything to over exposed to it to change , we don't even if air molecules like oxygen, nitrogen..etc are effected by magicule.

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What do you think?