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|class="left" | Gargantuan || −4 || +12 || −12 || 32 ft.–64 ft. || 16 tons–125 tons || 20 ft. || 20 ft. || 15 ft. || ×8 || ×12
 
|class="left" | Gargantuan || −4 || +12 || −12 || 32 ft.–64 ft. || 16 tons–125 tons || 20 ft. || 20 ft. || 15 ft. || ×8 || ×12
 
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|class="left" | Colossal and Colossal+ || −8 || +16 || −16 || 64 ft. or more || 125 tons or more || 30 ft. || 30 ft. || 20 ft. || ×16 || ×24
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|class="left" | Colossal || −8 || +16 || −16 || 64 ft. or more || 125 tons or more || 30 ft. || 30 ft. || 20 ft. || ×16 || ×24
 
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Latest revision as of 21:09, April 24, 2010

Table: Creature Size and Scale
Size
Category
Attack and
AC Modifier
Special Attacks
Modifier1
Hide
Modifier
Height or
Length2
Weight3 Space4 Natural Reach4 Carrying Capacity Mulitplier
Tall Long Biped Quadruped
Fine +8 −16 +16 6 in. or less 1/8 lb. or less 1/2 ft. 0 ft. 0 ft. ×1/8 ×1/4
Diminutive +4 −12 +12 6 in.–1 ft. 1/8 lb.–1 lb. 1 ft. 0 ft. 0 ft. ×1/4 ×1/2
Tiny +2 −8 +8 1 ft.–2 ft. 1 lb.–8 lb. 2-1/2 ft. 0 ft. 0 ft. ×1/2 ×3/4
Small +1 −4 +4 2 ft.–4 ft. 8 lb.–60 lb. 5 ft. 5 ft. 5 ft. ×3/4 ×1
Medium +0 +0 +0 4 ft.–8 ft. 60 lb.–500 lb. 5 ft. 5 ft. 5 ft. ×1 ×1-1/2
Large −1 +4 −4 8 ft.–16 ft. 500 lb.–2 tons 10 ft. 10 ft. 5 ft. ×2 ×3
Huge −2 +8 −8 16 ft.–32 ft. 2 tons–16 tons 15 ft. 15 ft. 10 ft. ×4 ×6
Gargantuan −4 +12 −12 32 ft.–64 ft. 16 tons–125 tons 20 ft. 20 ft. 15 ft. ×8 ×12
Colossal −8 +16 −16 64 ft. or more 125 tons or more 30 ft. 30 ft. 20 ft. ×16 ×24
  1. This modifier applies to the bull rush, grapple, overrun, and trip special attacks.
  2. Biped's height, quadruped's body length (nose to base of tail)
  3. Assumes that the creature is roughly as dense as a regular animal. A creature made of stone will weigh considerably more. A gaseous creature will weigh much less.
  4. These values are typical for creatures of the indicated size. Some exceptions exist.

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