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Wrath_Of_Itachi

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  • Mountain's



    The Banana Rocks being assumed to be the size of mountains is perfectly legitimate, Oda has boulders the size of mountains on several islands, such as Dressrosa. The sheer size of the Banana Rocks are absolutely massive so the assumption of it being the average mountain height is legitimate as seen on several mountains. Doesn't help how that's typically how Oda draws his mountain's anyway.
    LordGinSama
    LordGinSama
    Flower hill is calculated to be taller than the average mountain, so was Pica's statue's / golem's. The rocks of Dressrosa make them look small in comparison.


    It has relevance because this wouldn't be the first time we have Oda making objects bigger than mountains and has been consistently doing it since like after Thriller Bark. The assumption that only one, that being the largest one is mountain sized is perfectly logical given Oda's prior sizes and how massive they're portrayed to be.
    Wrath_Of_Itachi
    Wrath_Of_Itachi
    That still isn't justification to assume mountain size for some random rock structure on an unrelated island. Unless there is a calc or statement for it, i don't believe using mountain size is correct.
    LordGinSama
    LordGinSama
    The justification is that it's perfectly consistent within the verse. Several islands have similar structures, it's extremely common for islands like this to be scattered across the verse. There are several islands with mountain sized structures, even ignoring that, they blatantly resemble mountains in the shots we're given from a distance, they're portrayed as absolutely massive, dwarfing a town, a Forrest and being seen from an extreme distance.



    Believe as you wish, doesn't change the consistent topography of the verse or how the rocks are portrayed.
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