Powers & Abilities Golem Pica's height is no more than 360m

#82
Colosseum = 2x Flower Hill; they are standing right next to each other. While Flower Hill = half the size of Pica. Sorry to break it down to you, but Pica ain't in the km range, as much as you like Zoro to be a Tsar Bomba.
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From all the perspectives, the inner walls of Dressrosa are higher than Pica's legs. With the outer walls being higher than the inner ones and marine battleships (60m in length) being like 1/3 of the outer walls.

Where to Zoro fanboys get the idea from that Pica is 1-2km tall? Lmao.
Wait lmfao you just said harjudin was 1/2 the colloseum. And what was the scale of the colleseum to the flower hill again 2x ?
Lmfao how does that work when he was barely the size of a finger.
Youre talking utter shit.
 
#84
Literally nothing here follows any sort of actual scale. You keep measuring images in the foreground against images in the background
I took the 3 store building on Pica's palm and took it times 12 on that same palm. While also providing the fact that Hajrudin is twice the size of a 3 store building. I agree that this scaling is bullshit anyways, because scaling is bullshit generally.

But then again:

- The inner walls of Dressrosa are higher than Pica's legs from all perspectives.
- The outer walls of Dressrosa are higher than the inner walls of Dressrosa.
- Marine battleships, when parking right at the outer walls, were at least 1/3 the size of the outer walls.
- We know that a Marine battleship is 60m in length, officially.

And the Colosseum is just another reference, which is estimated to be 48m tall, since it is inspired by the real Colosseum in Rom.

On the other hand, what basis do you have to calculate Pica's height?

No matter how you look at it. Pica is certainly below 500m, even below 400.

Wait lmfao you just said harjudin was 1/2 the colloseum. And what was the scale of the colleseum to the flower hill again 2x ?
Lmfao how does that work when he was barely the size of a finger.
Youre talking utter shit.
Yeah, and Pica's palm is almost the size of his upper body, with his clenched fist being 1/2 the size of his upper body as clearly displayed.

Calm your horses son. Why are you crying and throwing around insults? So much butthurt?
 
#85
I took the 3 store building on Pica's palm and took it times 12 on that same palm. While also providing the fact that Hajrudin is twice the size of a 3 store building. I agree that this scaling is bullshit anyways, because scaling is bullshit generally.

But then again:

- The inner walls of Dressrosa are higher than Pica's legs from all perspectives.
- The outer walls of Dressrosa are higher than the inner walls of Dressrosa.
- Marine battleships, when parking right at the outer walls, where at least 1/3 the size of the outer walls.
- We know that a Marine battleship is 60m in length, officially.

And the Colosseum is just another reference, which is estimated to be 48m tall, since it is inspired by the real Colosseum in Rom.

On the other hand, what basis do you have to calculate Pica's height?

No matter how you look at it. Pica is certainly below 500m, even below 400.


Yeah, and Pica's palm is almost the size of his upper body, with his clenched fist being 1/2 the size of his upper body as clearly displayed.

Calm your horses son. Why are you crying and throwing around insults? So much butthurt?
What insult. Youve been proven to be talking utter shit. Your calculations are nonsense and all the goons seem to have disappeared too.
 
#86
Your calculations are nonsense and all the goons seem to have disappeared too.
- The inner walls of Dressrosa are higher than Pica's legs from all perspectives.
- The outer walls of Dressrosa are higher than the inner walls of Dressrosa.
- Marine battleships, when parking right at the outer walls, were at least 1/3 the size of the outer walls.
- We know that a Marine battleship is 60m in length, officially.

And the Colosseum is just another reference, which is estimated to be 48m tall, since it is inspired by the real Colosseum in Rom.

Simple as that. So cry me a river.
:smithnie:
 
#87
- The inner walls of Dressrosa are higher than Pica's legs from all perspectives.
- The outer walls of Dressrosa are higher than the inner walls of Dressrosa.
- Marine battleships, when parking right at the outer walls, were at least 1/3 the size of the outer walls.
- We know that a Marine battleship is 60m in length, officially.

And the Colosseum is just another reference, which is estimated to be 48m tall, since it is inspired by the real Colosseum in Rom.

Simple as that. So cry me a river.
:smithnie:
And harjudin is half the colleseum right ? Yet hes not even the size of a finger lmfao.
So once again every thing youve said on this thread has been complete and utter shit.
 
#88
Alright. So you want to play the calc game, let's play the calc game.

Pica's clenched fist is already half as wide as Pica's upper body.


And that's just his clenched fist as I pointed out. His open palm, that would basically double the size.

Let's take other examples:


Pica's palm is just overproportionally big.

And Hajrudin is at least as big as a six story building.


So let's make a "calc". Hajrudin = 2x3 store building (taken from Pica's finger):



So the clenched part of Pica's hand makes up the length of 6x Hajrudin. Makes it 6x22m = 132m. And we learned that Pica's overproportional fist is = 2x his upper body. 2x132 = 264m. So Pica's upper body is 264m tall. And as we witnessed, Pica's upper body makes up more than 2/3 of his height; his legs are tiny:


264m (upper body) * 1.5 (as the lower body is half the size) = ~396m. And since the legs are even a bit less than 1/3 of Pica's overall height as you witnessed from this picture, my prediction of 360m might actually be true.

No matter how you try to argue around it, it won't change that fact.

But then again, Oda himself doesn't care about the exact scale and is very inaccurate. The best way to measure it, is to compare Pica to the 48m tall Colosseum. Seeing Hajrudin fighting in the arena with his 22m, you can see that is is not far off from being half the height of the Colosseum walls. You might be generous and say 3x Hajrudin = Colosseum walls. Heck. Say it takes 4 Hajrudins. That's 80m*4 = 360, as the Colosseum was displayed as 1/4 of Pica's height.
Look at this nonsense

Literally nothing here follows any sort of actual scale. You keep measuring images in the foreground against images in the background

None of your calcs work.
took the 3 store building on Pica's palm and took it times 12 on that same palm.
There is no three story building on pica's palm

The Building is ON HIS KNUCKLE

ITS A TIME PART OF JUST THE KNUCKLE AREA OF HIS THUMB

Hehe it's not even the whole knuckle. It's a pimple sized building
 
#89
And harjudin is half the colleseum right ? Yet hes not even the size of a finger lmfao.
So once again every thing youve said on this thread has been complete and utter shit.
How can He be half the colesium size when he was capable of fighting inside colesium and not even covering half of it?
Seems the person claiming this should look at other perspectives
 
#90
And harjudin is half the colleseum right ? Yet hes not even the size of a finger lmfao.
Yeah, great argument, when one finger of Pica makes up half the length of his palm, and with Pica's palm being almost the size of his whole upper body.

:yasu:

So nothing to say against the fact that Pica's legs, from all perspectives shown, are smaller than the inner walls of Dressrosa, with the outer walls being even larger than the inner ones, and with marine battleships parking right at the walls being 1/3 of the walls height?
:yasu:

How can He be half the colesium size when he was capable of fighting inside colesium and not even covering half of it?
Seems the person claiming this should look at other perspectives
The Colosseum is almost 200m wide. That doesn't tell you about the height of the walls. Compare the walls to Hajrudin. Hajrudin is not far off from being half the height.
 
#91
Yeah, great argument, when one finger of Pica makes up half the length of his palm, and with Pica's palm being almost the size of his whole upper body.

:yasu:


So nothing to say against the fact that Pica's legs, from all perspectives shown, are smaller than the inner walls of Dressrosa, with the outer walls being even larger than the inner ones, and with marine battleships parking right at the walls being 1/3 of the walls height?
:yasu:


The Colosseum is almost 200m wide. That doesn't tell you about the height of the walls. Compare the walls to Hajrudin. Hajrudin is not far off from being half the height.
Stop this is embarrassing now. His palm is not the size of his upper body. Your shitty crop pics that ignore actual scaling prove nothing.
This thread should have been closed after @Cinera post debunked this shit.
 
#92
Stop this is embarrassing now. His palm is not the size of his upper body. Your shitty crop pics that ignore actual scaling prove nothing.
This thread should have been closed after @Cinera post debunked this shit.
So what about the fact Pica's legs are smaller than the inner walls of Dressrosa? Tell us HA. And tell us why a marine battleship (60m) already makes up 1/3 of the outer walls.

But yeah, let's do pixel games on characters and countries to somehow calculate Pica's size to be 1,5km.

:yasu:
 

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#94
As I said in another thread a few weeks ago about another subject

Oda's just shit at perspective.
You'll be able to pull some panels where he looks like Everest, there will be some where he's barely double the size of the Royal Plateau. Without an actual height from Oda it's pointless, and even then he's pretty bad- take a look at some of the One Piece height charts compared to what we get in the manga. At one point Ussop says his palm is as big as a town. What does that actually mean? How big is a town?

My view on Pica's height and Zoro cutting him up is that Oda intended him to be fucking massive and for what Zoro did to be incredible. Hence why the chapter it was done was basically just full of characters watching in slack jawed eye popping amazement
 
#95
Well none of this is true. Like at all

Just use Hajrudin. The Giant who is confirmed to be 22 meters tall. The Giant who was almost killed from Pica's Golem punch that levels a town. Also the Colosseum is definitely not half of the King Plateau. It's less than half.

NOTE: For Pica to be 300-400 meters, Hajrudin has to be Either 1.5-2.0 times Bigger than ONE FINGER of Pica

Look at the following















Looking at the above. Is Hajrudin 1.5-2 times BIGGER than ONE FINGER OF PICA?

If your answer is no then Pica is not smaller than 400 meters.

If your answer is yes then please point out the Panel from above that even slightly indicates that
Wadatsumi's finger have the same size that whole Sunny but Wadat's official height is 80 meters and the Sunny's official height is 50 meter.

Oda overdoes when he draw a giant character, loosing the proportions.
 
#96
So nothing to say against the fact that Pica's legs, from all perspectives shown, are smaller than the inner walls of Dressrosa, with the outer walls being even larger than the inner ones, and with marine battleships parking right at the walls being 1/3 of the walls height?
I said your calcs are wrong. You measure pica's arms by comparing the foreground to the background

You forgot that the three story building is on PICA'S KNUCKLE NOT HIS PALM

You have provided no actual perspective calculation for this "walls" thing. You keep guessing

So once again. All bullshit
 
#99
@ImmaIvanoM The whole 48M thing stemmed from me comparing the Corrida Colosseum to the Roman Colosseum which I believed to be 189M which was corrected to be 48M (https://colosseumrometickets.com/colosseum-height/)

But you make a good point characters dialogue trumps opinions ... but then I guess my inital thought of having the Colosseum sit at 189M with Hajurdin being at 22M doesn't look too bad.

There's no way the height of the Colosseum is 48M while Hajurdin is 22M.
 
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