Some info on Goliath came out, and while it’s really awesome it’s also really… odd.
Most of this makes sense, Goliath is 22 feet tall. A bit short for my tastes, but still big compared to a man. He weighs just over a killer whale, seems a bit over the top but that’s fine.
But then there’s the rest of it.
How is Goliath’s jaw strength possibly that powerful?! And if it was, why not just grab the hunters and bite them in half, saves a lot of trouble. This is more feasible than the others, but just the same it seems strange that an animal with such a short mouth can have that raw power.
Goliath’s leap smash is said to be able to go 52 feet in front of him, or 8x that of a kangaroo. However, 52/8=6.5, and kangaroos have been measured jumping 6-7 meters, not feet. And I’m quite certain that this isn’t a meters/feet screw up.
I don’t even know where to start with the fire bit. Unless they drastically changed the range the breath has, max is something like 18 feet, not 82! Unless i’m misunderstanding it.
The entirety of the rock throw one confuses me. I don’t think the rock can be thrown nearly that far, and if the average pine tread is 50 feet why is the one shown more than double that, even though if we copy and paste goliath the tree is just around that size.
I love the info stuff but this just seems off to me. Am I crazy?