@taichokage: The Chibaku Tensei was his greatest destructive feat so far, it literally swept the frost nation and a part of the rain.
I read that calculation and on the calculation it was stated the meteor was island level.
Where does the calculation page say Island level? 107 Teratons is large country level
What the site believes it to be is irrelevant> We do not know the size (and weight) of the meteor, what we do know is that whenever someone brings up the meteor, they post a photoshopped version of it, tell me how something that's photoshopped is credible? Someone could scale anything to their own image via photoshop.
Ok, don't photoshop it.
But we see multiple scans showing the meteor's size in comparision to Seireitei, and its easily 1/3rd to 1/2 of it simply looking at them> It sure as hell was a slow meteor given everyone had time to talk and chatter about it.
1. Talking is a trope in fiction http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/TalkingIsAFreeAction
2. It had a HUGE distance to cover. If the meteor was moving at 3 km/s, it'll take 20 seconds to cross 60 kilometers, which is Seireitei's size according to the calc.
No we do not, we don't see any comparison, however, we do get a glimpse of its size and mass upon entering the barrier, which I might add, wasn't as big as it was visually shown before, therefore, Seireitei's barrier was larger than the meteor.
Yhwach wasn't even fazed by it.
Overall, it wasn't as big as everyone's making it out to be, however, it was fast, but what I'm not seeing in your sentence is how Seireitei's diameter and size is relative to the amount of distance the Meteor covered when it was coming? The gap it left in the barrier's center should be relative to its size, but people seem to not include that when they're making calculations.