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Amazon: 2.1 m ~ 3.7 m (7 ft ~ 12 ft)
This class of giantess has actually been recorded in reality; whilst modern day humans rarely reach above seven feet, skeletons from ancient times have been found up to twelve feet in length. Thus, I do not truly consider characters of this height to truly be giantesses.

Giantess: 3.7 m ~ 1 Dm (12 ft ~ 32.8 ft)
This would be the size of a small house, anywhere from one to three stories tall.

Decagiantess: 1 Dm ~ 1 Hm (32.8 ft ~ 328 ft)
This category includes the famous "50 foot woman"; this woman would be the size of larger buildings, but not skyscrapers. A moving object of this size would definitely catch the attention of global satellite systems.

Hectogiantess: 1 Hm ~ 1 Km (328 ft ~ 3280 ft)
This category is when a giantess begins to draw attention from a distance; ranging from the size of small skyscrapers to small mountains, she would be visable from a good ways away.

Kilogiantess: 1 Km ~ 1 Mm (3280 ft ~ 621 miles)
This is the point at which a giantess not only outgrows mountains, but also the earth's atmosphere; if she still requires air at this point, she'll die rather soon- As, even if she can manage to stick her nose within the space of the earth's atmosphere, she would soon deplete the Earth's supply of oxygen (and thus cause an apocalyptic scenario). This giantess would be the size of a small island.

Megagiantess: 1 Mm ~ 1 Gm (621 miles ~ 621,371 miles)
At this point, a giantess crosses the threshold of earth itself; ranging from the size of a medium island to the size of the Earth itself, to nearly the size of the sun, these women are large enough to create their own field of gravity, and- realistically- would create enough body heat to set the Earth ablaze... But really, who cares about realism?

Gigagiantess: 1 Gm ~ 1 Tm (621,371 miles ~ 6.68 AU)
A giantess of this sizes ranges anywhere from the size of the sun, to being large enough to stand on the Sun and reach beyond Jupiter.

Teragiantess: 1 Tm ~ 1 Pm (6.68 AU ~ 6685 AU)
A giantess of this size can easily surpass the size of the solar system, and nears one tenth of a light year in height.

Petagiantess: 1 Pm ~ 1 Em (6685 AU ~ 108 ly)
A giantess in this category can bridge the gap between stars with ease, and would likely outshine any nearby stars.

Exagiantess: 1 Em ~ 1 Zm (108 ly ~ 105,702 ly)
A giantess of this size would be easily visible to anyone that could see the Milky Way galaxy; as a matter of fact, the upper limit of this category would make a giantess' height about the length of the Milky Way.

Zettagiantess: 1 Zm ~ 1 Ym (105,702 ly ~ 105,702,341 ly)
A giantess of this size can bridge galaxies, much like a petagiantess would bridge stars. The gravitational field created by such a being would be so great, that nearby galaxies would be crushed by her mere presence.

Yottagiantess: 1 Ym ~ 1000 Ym (105,702,341 ly ~ 1.05702341*10^11 ly)
The known universe is estimated to be 2*10^10 ly wide; thus, this is the ideal category for a universe-sized giantess.

Macrogiantess: 1000+ Ym (1.05702341*10^11+ ly)
This scale is currently beyond the scope of human comprehension, with nothing in reality known to compare or contrast it with.

Omnigiantess: Infinite
Just remember: Infinity is not a number; it means it is beyond everything, and has no beginning or end. Thus, a giantess with a physical body, no matter how large, would not would not be big enough for this category. Actually, a being in this category would not qualify as a giantess any longer, as it would no longer be a physical being at all.
Whilst reading through various giantess stories- both fanfictions and original works- there is no doubt one will come across various terms, the most notable of which are probably "Megagiantess" and "Gigagiantess". Whilst reading such terms, I noticed that the definitions of these two words were rather inconsistent, but generally meant as follows: Megagiantess typically referred to a giantess which was city sized, where as Gigagiantesses would generally range anywhere from the size of a continent to the size of the universe- grossly unmathematical. Thus, I have decided to attempt to redefine the size categories to conform with the terms set by the SI system's metric scale, and using the given prefixes to make a comparative scale by which one can easily rate a giantess, using either relative or absolute size.
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:iconrobbo4life:
Robbo4life Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2017
I like the ones to hectogiantess then the scale goes insane!
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snowy1213 Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2016  Hobbyist Photographer
I prefer to use the giantess, hectogiantess, and kilogiantess
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Yu-Gi-Nos Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2016  Student General Artist
I love this Giantess scale! Never knew that the real life Amazons were up to 12 feet! That's pretty cool to know.
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SpaceMedafighterX Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2016
I should clarify: I know we have found human skeletons up to twelve feet, I'm not sure if there have been female skeletons that large or not.
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Yu-Gi-Nos Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2016  Student General Artist
Ah I see, thank you for the clarification pal!
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Tangle-Giantess Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2016
Made my own scale except I broke all you hold dear by separating it from the SI metric scale but still using the same prefixes.

You're welcome (just kidding, thanks for the cool work on scales and generally being inspirational)
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McMasterMan Featured By Owner May 12, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
I have to admit, it kind of bothered me you didn't know about Parsecs.
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SpaceMedafighterX Featured By Owner May 12, 2016
I know about them, but they're not really different enough from light years for me to bother including them. Just like I didn't use yards because they were too close to feet.
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Angelic-Kitsune Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Being a maniac for heights and getting them exactly right, this was fun to read~. :3c
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SpaceMedafighterX Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2016
Glad you enjoyed it.
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PantaroParatroopa Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
If it were up to me, I'd split "Giantess" into "Minigiantess" (12 to 18 feet) and "Giantess" (18 to 32 feet) but good show either way!
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Detective-Barricade Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
I linked to this before, but I really shouldn't have to dig that far to reach it should I want to refer to it again.

Well, now I won't have to. ;)
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Cometpluto Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2015  Hobbyist
Have you considered doing this for other types of expansion? I.e Inflation, weight gain?
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SpaceMedafighterX Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2015
Not really my sort of thing, I'm afraid.
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Cometpluto Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2015  Hobbyist
Would you be willing to help me write those? I would just need you for the sizes and scales.
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SpaceMedafighterX Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2015
Mass is a good bit trickier to calculate than height; working with height, I'm effectively reducing everything to one dimension. With mass, I have to worry about three, and that involves a lot of extra calculations. The simplest way to do this would be to simply assume diameter (assuming you like weight gain and/or expansion to result in a roughly spherical shape) to reduce it to one dimension, at which point the comparisons in this list would be valid, just substituting height for diameter.
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Cometpluto Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2015  Hobbyist
Would you know anyone who knows more and would be willing to help me?
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SpaceMedafighterX Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2015
All I can really say is ask people who have such art in their gallery, or go to groups for such. Groups might be a better option, since that's more for open discussion than their private pages would be.
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Cometpluto Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2015  Hobbyist
Thanks
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Orsini1983 Featured By Owner Edited Apr 26, 2015
SpaceMedafighterX, I think an omnigiantess would outgrow reality itself times one googol.  In fact, one googol is a real number; it's defined as one followed by one hundred zeros, or (simply put) ten to the one hundredth power.
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SpaceMedafighterX Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2015
And googolplex is one with a googol zeroes after it.
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Orsini1983 Featured By Owner May 17, 2015
You got me there.  BTW, when did you get such mathematics skills?  Were you in college or something?
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SpaceMedafighterX Featured By Owner May 17, 2015
I've just always been one that read a lot. In school, there were even a few times I borrowed textbooks from classes I wasn't taking (though that was psychiatry, not mathematics), and I was constantly in the library during my lunch break.
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Meredepolly Featured By Owner May 29, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
But, is it possible that an omnigiantess can outgrow infinity? For me, I think it's somewhat possible if you think of it...
Let's say for example, IF there is a man a googol times smaller than the size of a planck length, then, our size would be INFINITE for him but not beyond infinite because we're not growing the same way as an omnigiantess. So, if we are in the size of that man and an omnigiantess is at a normal human size BUT growing in the size she wants( or she's just growing endlessly due to a curse etc.) then will that make her surpass infinity???? But anyways, the group description says " Infinity is just the beginning." so, seems pretty legit :3
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SpaceMedafighterX Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2015
If you enjoy mathematics, you may want to look into Alpeh numbers; it seems like something you'd enjoy.
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pancakemb Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2015
How can I become an omnigiantess
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SpaceMedafighterX Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2015
If I had an answer to that, I'd have done it myself.
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EarthPhantomTS Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2013   Writer
Also, re-reading this, I realize your comment about realism under the Mega-GTS heading is kinda funny, considering "realism" has already gone out the window at the Deca-GTS level ;).  Realistically, a 50-foot woman wouldn't be able to stand, much less attack cities, under her own power.
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CommanderX419 Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2012
Good references : ) I hope you don't mind if I refer to this for the 5th part of my story?
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SpaceMedafighterX Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2012
Not at all, I'd be honored.
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stephmala Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2012  Student Writer
hmm I don't think i'd enjoy being bigger than the universe not enough room to move :/, but If i was going to pick i'd either want to be big enough to play with planets, or perhaps as tall as a building so i can play with little men. decisions decisions
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CommanderX419 Featured By Owner May 20, 2012
Nicely done : )
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Rotneybot Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hmm... well... I give you lots of credit. I learned something about the sizes of Giantess's! Thanks for posting this !:D
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SpaceMedafighterX Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2011
Glad you enjoyed it. If you know of any other groups you think it should be in, feel free to request it.
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Rotneybot Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hmm...I can't think up one... D:
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Ex1 Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2010  Hobbyist Writer
I like the fact that you use stable numbers and units that those mathematically able can understand. The true problem with any story that does the size definition thing is that the scale of Hectogiantess starts the Megagiantess category and usually they simply close the math at that. As far as prose goes it is varying degrees of exponential impossibility to write a story of any length once the numbers reach too high but it's entertaining to at least see and think about from time to time, especially where collages are concerned and you wonder about the scale that was meant to be used in them.

Giantess being the most likely possible scenario that isn't Amazon and the most flexible remains most attractive in my eyes at least to write about. Decagiantess seems to be the most popular ticket as the numbers "50" or "100" feet are frequently used even though the way that many authors use perspective descriptions they don't know the size of what they are using to compare to.

Thanks for posting it.
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PrincessKooh Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Interesting scale and all but it should be made official in some form.
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SpaceMedafighterX Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2010
Well, it's not like it can be passed as a law (and even if it could- would it really be right to do such?), so all I can really do is as other GTS fans to take it up.
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PrincessKooh Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
lol true and in these 2 scenarios:

Kilogiantess and
Megagiantess

I frankly would find the apocalyptic scenarios worth it to see a beauty of such size :D
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Corpseling Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2010
Science!
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JAFNOVA Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2010  Hobbyist Writer
Woah, that report was so big!
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SpaceMedafighterX Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2010
Glad you liked it.
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Magnetin Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2010  Hobbyist Writer
You might as well write down the Giantess Laws of physics, buddy.
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SpaceMedafighterX Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2010
Heh... That's not a bad idea, actually... But with how much physics differ from one fiction to another, it'd probably be pointless... Still, it'd be a lot of fun.
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PrincessKooh Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
lol true. as you said who cares about realism thus who would care about physics ;p
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:iconmagnetin:
Magnetin Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2010  Hobbyist Writer
By your preference.
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Enoob Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2010
Damn thats big!!!!!

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PrincessKooh Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
cue epic nosebleeds lol
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Enoob Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2011
:iconnosebleedplz:
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