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The Final Verse, as you may expect, is the final verse in The Extended Hierarchy, so it must be very important to keep that title. And it definitely deserves it, because it is definitely the most complex and interesting verse in the entire hierarchy, containing many verses. It is extremely large and nearly impossible to pass in some places, and even the laws found inside of it vary.
Size and Dimensionality
For more information, see LAIF.
The size, dimensionality, and also Kardashev Scale of The Final Verse are all equal to a single ordinal: . This ordinal has it’s own name: The Final Verse Ordinal, or THIVON. Although it may not seem like it, THIVON is so much bigger than the size of The Subfinal Verse, or any other verse, that it is impossible to get to without using power sets inside the LAIF function.