Fnu, I don't have a problem with that distinction but that's not how the pages are made distinct at this time, I'm arguing it should be that way(if they aren't merged).
No, several magnitudes doesn't matter. Shiva is unstoppable to puny humans. Nothing we can do but pray to Brama or maybe one of his lesser aspects like Krishna. Krishna would also have a hard time beating Shiva, even if he did their battle would could destroy the universe as we know it, and kill us indirectly. So Shiva is humanity's Juggernaut and Krishna's Implacable Man? He's a nigh invulnerable adversary either way. See, 'Same But More' rarely works.
If Shiva's methodically destroying humanity, laughing off all our futile weapons to rub in, instead of humanity trying to stop Shiva(or Krishna) from cutting down a forest for lumber or even trying to stop Shiva from using a specific restroom, those are completely different situations. The human extinction scenario still works in a way, Shiva would be our implacable man and his fellow godly aspect's Juggernaut but not because of power levels but because of his intent and the way the two parties handled it.
Reverse the scenario. Ravana attacks Krishna or Shiva with intent to kill. He's not a major threat to either of them but his boon means their power can't kill him, they can only push him away or move out of his reach and he won't stop chasing after them. Humanity wants Ravana to stop pestering our gods but we're even less equipped to deal with him, it takes a weapon capable of erasing the ocean just to give Ravana a blister. He's our Juggernaut and the god's Implacable Man, despite the inverted power levels, because of his intent and the reactions to it. Not the same but more, just overlap.
We're just trying to stop Ravana from chopping wood? Then he's a Juggernaut to godly aspects and man alike. If he goes Omnicidal Maniac
, he's an implacable man to everything. If they aren't merged, that seems like the best way to make the pages more distinct. At least a few users already think that way.