Tournament of Power Elimination Rules:
The_Destroyer wrote: shadowmaria wrote:
alakazam^ wrote:C'mon now... No one put her physically there except herself.
Just like Roshi fell off of his own will, meanwhile Roselle and Caway both clearly made the decisions to abandon the Tournament of their own volition, out of fear or otherwise.
#18 made the decision to throw herself off the arena to save #17. Aniraza did not eliminate #18
Universe 3 went out with the exact same amount of eliminations as Universe 10. These are facts as represented within the series, I just record them.
Having said that, I'm sure these discussions will continue far into the future as the manga looks to tell it's own version of these events in 2018 onwards.
Because Aniraza throw 17 out. Had he not thrown him out, 18 wouldnt have jumped out. It's Aniraza's fault that 18 jumped, therefore its his elimination.
[spoiler]A Breakdown of the Rules is As Follows:
I've put this segment together as folks seem to be having difficulty determining what is and isn't counted as an elimination for certain characters.
Why does Goku have the elimination when Nink threw himself off the stage
Why does Frieza only have one elimination and not two?
Why doesn't Krillin have three eliminations?!
I'm hoping this tag clarifies those questions for you. As more eliminations take place and more confusion is raised, more rules will be outlined below;
1. Standard Elimination: This video
shows a perfect example of a standard single elimination. In this video, we see Basil eliminate Lilibeu. Basil gets 1 Elimination Point
2. A Character Uses An Energy Increase To Gain An Elimination: This video
shows a perfect example of a character gaining an elimination because of the shockwave caused by powering up. For example, Goku powers up to Super Saiyan Blue, breaking the hold Nink has him in and forcing Nink off the stage. Goku gets 1 Elimination Point.
3. Multi-Elimination: This video
shows us a perfect example of multiple characters gaining multiple elimination points, or a combination thereof. In the aforementioned example, Goku and Vegeta both eliminate the Trio de Dangers, and therefore Goku gains 3 Elimination Points, and Vegeta gains 3 Elimination Points. In the case where Master Roshi and Tien Shinhan both eliminated The Preecho
with a combination of Lightning Flash Surprise Attack and Neo Tri-Beam, both competitors gained 1 Elimination Point Each. This video
shows Vegeta eliminating Prum and Dr Rota, so Vegeta gains 2 Elimination Points.
4. Self-Elimination: This video (from 45 seconds in)
shows us Roselle eliminating himself following torture and elimination from Frieza. As Roselle makes the decision to run off the battle stage and Frieza does not push or knock or hit or blast him off, Frieza does not gain an Elimination Point because he did not physically knock Roselle off the fighting stage
5. Assisted Elimination: This video
is an excellent example of an assisted elimination. As you can see, despite two competitors working in tandem to eliminate Shosa, #18 is the competitor that makes the final blow that finally eliminates him. Therefore #18 gains 1 Elimination Point, and Krillin does not.
6. Double Elimination: This video
shows us Hermila first eliminating a Tien Shinhan multi-form (25% of Tien Shinhan's being), followed by the tri-clops himself grabbing Hermila and eliminating Hermila, in tandem with Hermila eliminating Tien Shinhan. As both characters eliminated each other almost simultaneously, both characters get 1 Elimination Point.
7. A Fused Character Gains An Elimination or is Eliminated:
As two or more characters fusing creates a new character with their own techniques, identity, name, and characterisation, and as Toei Animation themselves will note that the fused character would be the one to make the elimination in official works; the fused character would gain their own Elimination Point, for the Universe that they originate from. Conversely, if a fused character is eliminated, then the eliminator will only gain one Elimination Point.[/spoiler]