A system for measuring plausibility. Of course, these ranks are all arbitrary, and as such should only be taken as a guide.
Note: This does not indicate the worth of a TL, just its plausibility.
10: More plausible than OTL. This may sound strange, but considering the ridiculous coincidences that have appeared in real life, it is possible.
9: As plausible than OTL. As such, insane coincidence or luck is allowed, but is to be used sparingly.
8: Extremely plausible.
7: Quite plausible. Good Wanks can go here.
6: Fairly plausible. The author is allowed to have unrealistic events for the sake of the story. Usually, scripted timelines end up here.
5: Basic plausibility.
4: Poor plausibility. The author uses too many coincidences or implausible events.
3: Worse plausibility. The author ignores logistics, or the actual will of HCs, etcetera.
2: Terrible plausibility. The universe runs off of the author's wishes, rather than logic.
1: While nothing is truly impossible, this is so implausible that it basically would never have a chance of happening in the real world. May be extremly funny, but is typically just stupid.