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Ah it is nice to find my feet on solid Protodemis again, hey everyone been a long time but I am back. Then again I will always will be for life with the fantastic world brought to me by Denmark, Maori and much much more. Just as a certain other franchise about robots in disguise from a rival company will bring me back or even the morphing grid. Anyway to kick off the reopening of the forums I thought I would start off with a question for scaling purposes on a project I am currently reviving to a degree, a alternative universe with Teridax not being as quick as he could be and Mata Nui's awakening went unhindered thanks to a brave Toa of Ice. But I shall not get into that here I will in time be posting threads for it and more, so without further ado let's get to the point. As much as I have been able to convert measurement and currency conversions in many fictional worlds (For example I have a good hand on how much in USD a Wand from the Pottermore franchise would cost converted down from Galleons. Roughly $45.00 so Universal Studios Wizarding World wands are sold at authentic prices) but Bios, Kios and is it Mios? Well they have given me a bit of trouble, being a writer for most of my career has made scale not one of my finer subjects to visualize (I only recently got a grasp of just how massive even the smaller Steam locomotives in the UK are) So for scaling purposes can anyone help me figure out how long in Miles, Feet and Inches Mata Nui (The Island) really was? I would wager that it is a bit larger than the Island of Sodor which is Fifty miles wide by I think 30 feet south to north. While we are at it Toa are roughly 7 feet tall correct? So would my attempt to calculate average Matoran hight being 4.4 feet be close to the mark? I am planing actual physical projects with those in mind but again I will post that in a topic all its own soon enough. Anyway welcome old friends and newcomers alike, Unity, Duty, Destiny treasure these virtues and the Toa will never truly fade. Such is the nature of the Bionicle!