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I believe this is my second discussion so I thought I should make it a good one. A few days ago I saw a video about the absolute size of Gru. Since this is Deepworld, I decided to do just that. We will be using Barnabus for these comparisons as he is the same size as everyone else.

The first thing that has to be done is find an object in Deepworld that is able to be easily measured, but with Barnabus by it. Because bones are available, I decided to use Barnabus sitting on a Mammoth skull.

Here we are given the height of a Mammoth skull and the height of Barnabus sitting down. Since we need his actual height, we can take an image of him standing, make his head the same size as him sitting, then measure pixel sizes.

After measuring the height of them, the Mammoth skull is 72px tall and Barnabus is 85px tall.

But how tall is a Mammoth skull? After 5 minutes of research, the answer is about 6 feet tall. We can use some math to figure out conversion rates. If the Deepworld version is 72px, and the real life version is 6 feet, you just divide 72px by 6 feet to get pixels per foot. The answer is 12px per foot, or every pixel is one inch tall.

So Barnabus, being 85px tall, has a height of 85 inches, or 7' 1" (2.16 meters for my metric friends).

Now for a few more things. Mostly the brass throne, a compass, and most blocks.

Regular blocks are 50px tall, so about 4'2". The throne is 146px tall, meaning a height of 12'2". Finally, the Dire Large Brain.

This little guy is 134 pixels tall, making him a whopping 11'2".

In short (no pun intended), he is as large as a 1 story building.

The first thing that has to be done is find an object in Deepworld that is able to be easily measured, but with Barnabus by it. Because bones are available, I decided to use Barnabus sitting on a Mammoth skull.

Here we are given the height of a Mammoth skull and the height of Barnabus sitting down. Since we need his actual height, we can take an image of him standing, make his head the same size as him sitting, then measure pixel sizes.

After measuring the height of them, the Mammoth skull is 72px tall and Barnabus is 85px tall.

But how tall is a Mammoth skull? After 5 minutes of research, the answer is about 6 feet tall. We can use some math to figure out conversion rates. If the Deepworld version is 72px, and the real life version is 6 feet, you just divide 72px by 6 feet to get pixels per foot. The answer is 12px per foot, or every pixel is one inch tall.

So Barnabus, being 85px tall, has a height of 85 inches, or 7' 1" (2.16 meters for my metric friends).

Now for a few more things. Mostly the brass throne, a compass, and most blocks.

Regular blocks are 50px tall, so about 4'2". The throne is 146px tall, meaning a height of 12'2". Finally, the Dire Large Brain.

This little guy is 134 pixels tall, making him a whopping 11'2".

In short (no pun intended), he is as large as a 1 story building.

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## Comments

2,4191,004998Considering it's 5-6 blocks tall, I'd say we're talking a 2-3 story building. Spook.

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