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A size chart that compares different versions of Godzilla

Summary

Some characters have drastically higher size measurements than others. As a result of their size, their attack and durability to increase, while their speed may or may not decrease. This is known as Large Size.

Large Size is not to be confused with Size Manipulation, as characters who possess Large Size do not have Size Manipulation by default.

Types

Classifications of Large Size:

Type 0 (Supersize): Characters far larger than an ordinary human. Characters that are over 5 meters tall are qualified for this classification.

Type 1 (Building-sized): Characters at least 13-14 meters tall, or the size of building.

Type 2 (Skyscraper-sized): Characters who're over 100 meters tall. Starting from this level, the characters are usually able to generate shock waves.

Type 3 (Mountain-sized): Characters no less than a kilometer (1000 meters) in size. Starting from this level, characters are usually able to generate earthquakes.

Type 4 (Global): Characters so huge that they would be easily viewable from the surface of the planet when viewed from space. These characters are usually able to generate global catastrophes and high-end natural disasters. Characters here have a size that is millions of km².

Type 5 (Planetary): Characters comparable in size to planets. At this level, characters usually have a gravitational pull at a planetary level.

Type 6 (Stellar): Characters comparable in size to stars.

Type 7 (Galactic): Characters comparable in size to galaxies.

Type 8 (Universal): Characters the size of or larger than a universe or even a significant part of it (such as the observable universe). Characters that fully correspond to this level are not very common, but also include those who are one with the universe/universal space-time continuum.

Type 9 (Multiversal): Characters larger than a universal space-time continuum. Note that as with all of these types, this is only referring to size. Having 4-dimensional power or above does not qualify as having multiversal size, but characters can contend with them.

Type 10 (Higher-Order): Characters larger than a conventional multiverse, having size equivalent to higher infinities.

Type 11 (Inaccessible): Characters whose size cannot be reached by progressively "stacking" infinities on top of each other.

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