So if he’s large by gnome standards, that would make him like 4 feet tall right? This creature is maybe twice his size, so around 8 feet give or take. Now that is a large creature but nothing that a decent warrior should have a problem with. Now if we go into the real world, say this creature was attacking a knight of average size in the 1300s, say 5’5, that would make this creature around 11 feet tall. This makes it quite the threat for any single knight, no matter how talented. But if we take into account the fact that knights of that age normally traveled with groups of other warriors, I would hazard a guess to say that this creature would have to lack quality cognitive thought to attack.
Yes I’m high how did you know?
@FunnyBecauseFWord, I think the flaw in this logic is that the gnome is only 4 feet tall. He appears to be a gigantic gnome. I would assume the sword the fish beast uses as a lure would be a normal sword size for a typical human. Plus there’s trees in the background that are dwarfed by the giant gnome. Assuming those are normal trees, the fish beast would be a formidable opponent
@The next plague, this is the kind of comic analysis I need in my funny pics
His first mistake was not knowing that strange creatures lying in ponds distributing swords is no basis for a system of government.
There’s always a bigger... sword?
@Mook, and....apparently... gnomes.
Listen, strange women lyin' in ponds distributin' swords is no basis for a system of government! Supreme executive power derives from a mandate from the masses, not from some farcical aquatic ceremony! Oh, but you can't expect to wield supreme executive power just because some watery tart threw a sword at you!