WARNING: May contain false math. Don't hold me on this A thought crossed my mind while thinking about Slog. Grimlock's huge. According to Bay, he's "150 feet long from tail to nostrils, 63.5 feet tall from the ground to the top of his horns, and weigh 850 tons". That's pretty big, but that's just for a T. rex. How big would a Sauropod Dinosaur like Slog would be? For this thought experiment, I used the size of a Brachiosaurus (Pose seems right for a Brachiosaurus, and until someone gets Slog in hand, I'm guessing his front legs are bigger than his hind legs) I took the size of a Tyrannosaurus rex, about 13 feet tall, and divided Grimlock's size by that. What I got is a scale of about 5/1 ratio (Grimlock over Trannosaurus, rounded to the nearest whole number). Then, I used the same ratio and multiplied it by the height of a Brachiosaurus by the hip (23 feet). What I got is approximately 112.3 feet high (34.22904 meters). I'm going to be using alternate sources, but for some big characters, I'll use this size chart. To put that into perspective, Slog would be taller than Cristo Redentor in Brazil and the Colossus of Rhodes. However, then comes the twist. According to Bay, Grimlock's 63.5 feet from the ground to the top of his horns. So, keeping our 5/1 ratio in mind, we now go off of the height of 50 feet of a Brachiosaurus from the top of his head (feel small now?), and we come to the estimate that Slog's a total of 244.3 feet (74.43 meters). In perspective, he's taller than both the Statue of Liberty (By the base of the statue) and The Motherland Calls. He's bigger than Otachi from Pacific Rim, and just a tad smaller than Gypsy Danger. He'd be bigger than Clover, all Metal Gears and Gundams (Going off the chart though, don't have much experience with either), and Voltron. EVA Unit 01 can't even look him in the eye. He might even be bigger than Movieverse Devastator (Can't find any sizes for him), which would make him probably the largest non-city sized transformer EVER. I think there's a compensation joke here somewhere.