I'm trying to set up bootlegs in conjunction with how you may be leaning when your sets are made. when figuring defense, what is your determining factor is it strength? Speed? Durability? is there a consistent formula? I notice a hint of Speed for say Star warrior, you mention technical ability when talking about Thanatos, and obviously Adibots have to be armor plating. where i guess they just wade through lesser attacks. do you have set formula?
No formula, I just try to use logic in terms of their powers. Thantos can create a force field so he'd have good defense and AdaBots are so huge and powerful same deal. Like you said, Star Warrior relies more on speed to escape attacks.
well the one thing with heroic types that differs from your layout is dazed-1. in my trying to over think everything i find this. some people get hit and it hurts. (hurt-2) but some get hit and "so what". what i like to call hit-1 (not dazed) but these guys aren't fast enough to hit say a spiderman. so the difference between mine and yours is Speed is my reversal catalyst. (because i use hit-1 as a reflection of armor. where you just use whatever. i can however see your point. each has his/her own niche. but at some point (especially with Marvel/DC longtime heroes/villains we can't give everybody 6 reversals. because everyone can do something acrobat, superspeed, force field, magic, flight etc. down the road i would go crazy trying to unjustify/justify someones powers vs someone elses. but your way (or unway) is very "wild west". yikes.