Why do seemingly giant pokemon often turn out to be manlet by comparison?
they're called pocket monsters because they literally go into balls that fit into your pocket. And the franchise itself is about trading/battling on a handheld you can put in your pocket. their size outside of that has nothing to do with it
>the dragons that make up the Original Dragon are manlets compared to some of the other box legends
And then small ones are huge right
>and yet still a manlet in comparison to the 21'04'' monster
>see all those 9s and 14
>they translate as less than 5 meters
>mfw I pretend my headcanon is right when it comes to such things
Feels good, family.
>8.8 m long snake made of rocks weighs as much as average fat American
Forget sizes, weights are ridiculous for most pokemons, and it really hurts my autism. I mean, Rapidash is around as big as a real life horse, but weighs 5 times less for some reason.
I'll get on board with that, there's so much disproportion between size and weight. Makes for some unrealistic dimensions (see Wailord)
But I can live with manlet Pokemon. Why the rage?
>average is literally 2 inches shorter
Average nip male is 5'6
about 2 inches shorter than Mexicans, 4 inches shorter than American whites, and about 7 inches shorter than Nordic whites.
5'11" is only a manlet if you're in Scandinavia. 5'11" is Average in most other places. I'm 5'11" (tfw not quite six feet, my brother in 6'1") and no one's ever called me am anlet. In fact I've been called "Tall" by nurses before.
How many people do you think are lying in this thread?