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* Like a good ancient Greek hero, Zagreus of ''VideoGame/{{Hades}}'' sports a very HeroicBuild and stands a great deal taller than most mortal men (or the ghostly shades thereof, this being the Underworld and all). The problem? He's a god, and by god standards, he's downright tiny. This becomes a bit of a sore spot for him when Asterius begins to refer to him as "short one", particularly since Asterius's afterlife {{Bash Brother|s}} is no taller.
-->'''Zagreus:''' Why isn't Theseus 'short one'? We're the same height!


* Like a good ancient Greek hero, Zagreus of ''VideoGame/{{Hades}}'' sports a very HeroicBuild and stands a great deal taller than most mortal men (or the ghostly shades thereof, this being the Underworld and all). The problem? He's a god, and by god standards, he's downright tiny. This becomes a bit of a sore spot for him when Asterius begins to refer to him as "short one", particularly since Asterius's afterlife BashBrother is no taller.

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* Like a good ancient Greek hero, Zagreus of ''VideoGame/{{Hades}}'' sports a very HeroicBuild and stands a great deal taller than most mortal men (or the ghostly shades thereof, this being the Underworld and all). The problem? He's a god, and by god standards, he's downright tiny. This becomes a bit of a sore spot for him when Asterius begins to refer to him as "short one", particularly since Asterius's afterlife BashBrother {{Bash Brother|s}} is no taller.

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* Like a good ancient Greek hero, Zagreus of ''VideoGame/{{Hades}}'' sports a very HeroicBuild and stands a great deal taller than most mortal men (or the ghostly shades thereof, this being the Underworld and all). The problem? He's a god, and by god standards, he's downright tiny. This becomes a bit of a sore spot for him when Asterius begins to refer to him as "short one", particularly since Asterius's afterlife BashBrother is no taller.
-->'''Zagreus:''' Why isn't Theseus 'short one'? We're the same height!


* ''Literature/JustSoStories'': In "The Butterfly That Stamped", King Solomon tries to arrange for all the animals in the world to be fed at once. When he gets all the food gathered in one place, a tremendous monster rises from the sea, eats everything in three bites and reveal that it was the smallest of thirty thousand brothers and had been sent to ask when dinner would be ready.

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* ''Literature/JustSoStories'': In "The Butterfly That Stamped", King Solomon tries to arrange for all the animals in the world to be fed at once. When he gets all the food gathered in one place, a tremendous monster rises from the sea, eats everything in three bites and reveal reveals that it was the smallest of thirty thousand brothers and had been sent to ask when dinner would be ready.


* In ''Literature/TheBFG'', the Big Friendly Giant is 24 feet tall, but the evil man-eating giants are 50 feet tall.



* In ''Literature/TheBFG'', the Big Friendly Giant is 24 feet tall, but the evil man-eating giants are 50 feet tall.


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\n[[AC: Comic Books]]* ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'': Magnamon is the smallest of the Royal Knights, but still much taller than a human.
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* ''ComicBook/{{Asterix}}'': In ''Asterix at the UsefulNotes/OlympicGames'', Rhodes sends a [[{{Pun}} colossal]] athlete with his equally-proportioned brother in the crowd. When the Rhodian easily wins every strength-based event, his brother is asked if their whole family is the same...
--> Oh no, our older brother is much stronger! But he couldn't make it this year: he still hasn't gotten over the clout our ma gave him!



* ''{{ComicBook/Asterix}} at the UsefulNotes/OlympicGames'': Rhodes sends one [[{{Pun}} colossal]] athlete, with his equally-proportioned brother in the crowd. When the Rhodian easily wins every strength-based event, his brother is asked if their whole family is the same...
--> Oh no, our older brother is much stronger! But he couldn't make it this year: he still hasn't gotten over the clout our ma gave him!
* An odd variant: in one ''ComicBook/LegionOfSuperheroes'' reboot, Colossal Boy (normally a {{Sizeshifter}}) was depicted as being from a planet where everyone was a giant. His power, compared to the rest of his people, was being able to ''shrink''.
* In ''Franchise/TheMuppets Robin Hood'', Little John is played by Sweetums, who claims it's ''not'' an IronicNickname; he's small for an ogre!

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* ''{{ComicBook/Asterix}} at the UsefulNotes/OlympicGames'': Rhodes sends ''ComicBook/LegionOfSuperheroes'': In one [[{{Pun}} colossal]] athlete, with his equally-proportioned brother in the crowd. When the Rhodian easily wins every strength-based event, his brother is asked if their whole family is the same...
--> Oh no, our older brother is much stronger! But he couldn't make it this year: he still hasn't gotten over the clout our ma gave him!
* An odd variant: in one ''ComicBook/LegionOfSuperheroes''
reboot, Colossal Boy (normally a {{Sizeshifter}}) was is depicted as being from a planet where everyone was is a giant. His power, compared to the rest of his people, was is being able to ''shrink''.
* ''Franchise/TheMuppets'': In ''Franchise/TheMuppets ''The Muppets' Robin Hood'', Little John is played by Sweetums, who claims it's ''not'' an IronicNickname; he's small for an ogre!

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* ''Fanfic/TheHarvester'': Despite being capable of reaching massive heights, Hema is still the runt of the Hematites and dwarfed in size by his kin.
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* ''WesternAnimation/ChickenLittle'': Runt of the Litter, despite what his name suggests, is an extremely huge and fat pig who towers above his classmates.



* Runt of the Litter from ''WesternAnimation/ChickenLittle'', despite what his name suggests, is an extremely huge and fat pig who towers above his classmates.

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* Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse: With his height of 6'2", Loki is so small for a Frost Giant that his biological father Laufey, who himself towers over 7'5" tall, left him to die as an infant.
* Venom in ''Film/Venom2018'' is described as something of a runt compared to [[BigBad Riot]]. Venom in full form is a good eight, maybe nine feet tall. Riot is ''much'' bigger.

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* Rubeus Hagrid in the ''Franchise/HarryPotter'' books stands eleven and a half feet tall, making him a giant by human standards, but it turns out he's only ''{{half|HumanHybrid}}''-giant. Full-blooded giants tend to be over ''twenty'' feet tall -- except Hagrid's half-brother Grawp, who's shown to be another example of this trope at "only" sixteen feet in ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheOrderOfThePhoenix''.

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* Runt of ''WesternAnimation/{{Smallfoot}}'': Fleem is probably the Litter from ''WesternAnimation/ChickenLittle'', despite what his name suggests, is an extremely huge and fat pig who towers above his classmates.

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* Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse: ''Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse'': With his height of 6'2", Loki is so small for a Frost Giant that his biological father Laufey, who himself towers over 7'5" tall, left him to die as an infant.
* ''Film/Venom2018'': Venom in ''Film/Venom2018'' is described as something of a runt compared to [[BigBad Riot]]. Venom in full form is a good eight, maybe nine feet tall. Riot is ''much'' bigger.

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* Rubeus Hagrid in ''Literature/GeorgeAndAzazel'': In "To the ''Franchise/HarryPotter'' books stands eleven and Victor", Theophilus describes how a half guy 7 by 5 feet tall, making and all muscle visited him a giant by human standards, but it turns out he's only ''{{half|HumanHybrid}}''-giant. Full-blooded giants tend and stated that he and his three brothers are going to be over ''twenty'' very displeased if he won't choose their sister out of all the girls who are after him. When Theophilus asks whether the brothers resemble him, the other guy states he is short and weak due to a childhood disease, and his brothers are "fine figures of men" a couple of feet tall -- except Hagrid's half-brother Grawp, who's shown to be another example of this trope at "only" sixteen feet in ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheOrderOfThePhoenix''. taller.



* Flight Officer Hohass Ekwesh, callsign "Runt", from the ''Literature/XWingSeries''' Wraith Squadron books. He stands 2 meters tall (close to 6′7″, for those who don't know metric), but explains at his introduction that he's very undersized for his species.
* In Creator/IsaacAsimov's ''Azazel'' series, one short involves a man who was turned into a ChickMagnet, so he describes how a guy 7 by 5 feet and all muscle visited him and stated that he and his three brothers are going to be ''very'' displeased if he won't choose their sister out of all the girls who are after him. When the Chick Magnet asks whether the brothers resemble him, the other guy states he is short and weak due to a childhood disease, and his brothers are "fine figures of men" a couple of feet taller.

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* Marshall from ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'' is often teased by his brothers (7' and 7'1" respectively) for being a shrimpy 6′4″.
* The main character of the Hungarian puppet show ''Series/SusuASarkany'' is an enormous one-headed dragon, but his siblings are even bigger and are {{multiple head case}}s.
* Billy Cepeda of Series/SirensUS is noted by his girlfriend's ex to have a large penis. He claims he's the smallest of his siblings, to the piqued interest of a gay coworker.

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* ''Franchise/HarryPotter'': Rubeus Hagrid stands eleven and a half feet tall, making him a giant by human standards, but it turns out he's only ''{{half|HumanHybrid}}''-giant. Full-blooded giants tend to be over ''twenty'' feet tall -- except Hagrid's half-brother Grawp, who's shown to be another example of this trope at "only" sixteen feet in ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheOrderOfThePhoenix''.
* ''Literature/JustSoStories'': In "The Butterfly That Stamped", King Solomon tries to arrange for all the animals in the world to be fed at once. When he gets all the food gathered in one place, a tremendous monster rises from the sea, eats everything in three bites and reveal that it was the smallest of thirty thousand brothers and had been sent to ask when dinner would be ready.
* ''Literature/{{Pact}}'': Hildr is on the small side for a troll, which is still pretty large by human standards.
* ''Literature/XWingSeries''':
Flight Officer Hohass Ekwesh, callsign "Runt", from the ''Literature/XWingSeries''' Wraith Squadron books. He stands 2 two meters tall (close to 6′7″, 6'7", for those who don't know metric), but explains at his introduction that he's very undersized for his species.
* In Creator/IsaacAsimov's ''Azazel'' series, one short involves a man who was turned into a ChickMagnet, so he describes how a guy 7 by 5 feet and all muscle visited him and stated that he and his three brothers are going to be ''very'' displeased if he won't choose their sister out of all the girls who are after him. When the Chick Magnet asks whether the brothers resemble him, the other guy states he is short and weak due to a childhood disease, and his brothers are "fine figures of men" a couple of feet taller.

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* ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'': Marshall from ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'' is often teased by his brothers (7' and 7'1" respectively) for being a shrimpy 6′4″.
* The main character of the Hungarian puppet show ''Series/SusuASarkany'' is an enormous one-headed dragon, but his siblings are even bigger and are {{multiple head case}}s.
* Billy Cepeda of Series/SirensUS is noted by his girlfriend's ex to have a large penis. He claims he's the smallest of his siblings, to the piqued interest of a gay coworker.
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* ''Series/SirensUS'': Billy Cepeda is noted by his girlfriend's ex to have a large penis. He claims he's the smallest of his siblings, to the piqued interest of a gay coworker.
* ''Series/SusuASarkany'': The main character is an enormous one-headed dragon, but his siblings are even bigger and {{multiple head case}}s.




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* Kimahri of the Ronso in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'' is larger than any human character, but something like a head shorter than any other Ronso.
* In ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'', we are introduced to Xurkitree, one of the Ultra Beasts (basically Pokémon from other dimensions). While not the largest Pokémon by any means- or even the largest Ultra Beast- it still stands at an impressive twelve feet tall, putting it well on the tall side compared to most Pokémon. However, in ''VideoGame/PokemonUltraSunAndUltraMoon'', the player can actually visit the dimension Xurkitree comes from; a glance in the background will reveal some truly '''gigantic''' (as in, big enough to be seen from ''miles away'') Xurkitree, suggesting that only the smallest ones came through the Ultra Wormhole.
* Rengar of ''VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends'' is a giant, bulky lion man. But as his backstory reveals, he's actually small for a Killash Vastaya. Down to being the runt of his litter.

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* Peter of ''Webcomic/PeterIsTheWolf'' doesn't even need to change clothes when he shifts to wolf form. To grind it in further, his girlfriend (whom he turned into a lycanthrope) is 11 feet 8 inches as a wolf.
* In ''Webcomic/DominicDeegan'', [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent werewolf]] "runts" cannot fully transform, and have even more difficulty controlling their emotions than their kin.
* Iratu from ''Webcomic/SlightlyDamned'' is initially stated to be large even by earth demon standards[[note]] 12-14 feet tall is average for them[[/note]] but later we learn [[spoiler:he was given a magic pendant by his adoptive angel father that greatly increases his size and strength. He is actually the shortest earth demon in Hell,]] however even in his natural size he is still a head taller and much buffer than the 6 foot tall fire demons.

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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'': Kimahri of the Ronso in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'' is larger than any human character, but something like a head shorter than any other Ronso.
* ''VideoGame/{{Hades}}'': Zagreus is hardly short by mortal standards, being the same height as Theseus (who towers over the Elysium colosseum's crowdgoers and was noted by Plutarch as exceptionally tall). But he's a god, not a mortal, and when standing next to other gods (particularly his own father) he looks absolutely tiny.
* ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'': According to Zaalbar, his older brother Chuundar is the runt of their family. However, Chuundar is still a Wookiee and still taller and stronger than any human.
* ''VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends'': Rengar is a giant, bulky lion man. But as his backstory reveals, he's actually small for a Killash Vastaya. Down to being the runt of his litter.
* In ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'', we are introduced to Xurkitree, one of the Ultra Beasts (basically Pokémon from other dimensions). While not the largest Pokémon by any means- means -- or even the largest Ultra Beast- Beast -- it still stands at an impressive twelve feet tall, putting it well on the tall side compared to most Pokémon. However, in ''VideoGame/PokemonUltraSunAndUltraMoon'', the player can actually visit the dimension Xurkitree comes from; from. There, a glance in at the background will reveal some truly '''gigantic''' (as in, big enough to be seen from ''miles away'') Xurkitree, suggesting that only the smallest ones came through the Ultra Wormhole.
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* Rengar of ''VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends'' is a giant, bulky lion man. But ''Webcomic/DominicDeegan'': [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent Werewolf]] "runts" cannot fully transform, and have even more difficulty controlling their emotions than their kin, but are just as his backstory reveals, he's actually small for a Killash Vastaya. Down to being the runt of his litter.

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large as other werewolves.
* ''Webcomic/PeterIsTheWolf'': Peter of ''Webcomic/PeterIsTheWolf'' doesn't even need to change clothes when he shifts to wolf form. To grind it in further, his girlfriend (whom he turned into a lycanthrope) is 11 feet 8 inches as a wolf.
* In ''Webcomic/DominicDeegan'', [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent werewolf]] "runts" cannot fully transform, and have even more difficulty controlling their emotions than their kin.
*
''Webcomic/SlightlyDamned'': Iratu from ''Webcomic/SlightlyDamned'' is initially stated to be large even by earth demon standards[[note]] 12-14 feet tall is average for them[[/note]] but later we learn [[spoiler:he was given a magic pendant by his adoptive angel father that greatly increases his size and strength. He is actually the shortest earth demon in Hell,]] however Hell]], but even in his natural size he is he's still a head taller and much buffer than the 6 foot tall six-foot-tall fire demons.

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* ''Webcomic/TwoKinds'': Reni is far larger and stronger than any mortal, but still young and small for a dragon.
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* ''WebVideo/TheUnexpectables': Vel Rock-Fist is noted to be rather small for a female Goliath, but that still makes her over six feet tall.
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* ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'': The Tetramand princess Looma Red Wind is much smaller than the rest of her species, being around six or seven feet tall, rather than over ten as normal. Despite this, she can [[PintsizedPowerhouse easily lift]] a father who ''dwarfs'' her, and ''still'' cannot find a Tetramand who can defeat her in combat. For context, females of her species are [[MoreDeadlyThanTheMale larger and more powerful than the males]], and can only marry those who [[BestHerToBedHer defeat them in combat]].
* ''WesternAnimation/DCSuperheroGirls'': Wonder Woman is taller than most full-grown men, but [[TeensAreShort she's not even fully grown]] -- adult Amazons like her mother are over eight feet tall.
* ''WesternAnimation/RenAndStimpy'': The Littlest Giant is "merely huge", in the words of one of the normal sized giants who outsize him.
* ''WesternAnimation/MaoMaoHeroesOfPureHeart'': The titular feline sheriff of Pure Heart Valley is taller than most of its pint-sized inhabitants and takes down behemoths with relative ease. However, he's somewhat eclipsed by his bigger and more skilled sisters and father. [[spoiler:Sisters, at least; it turns out his father is actually even ''smaller'' and wearing humongous power armor, which might also explain Mao's stature.]]
* ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'': The Scotsman is a towering muscular BoisterousBruiser but, when we meet his [[TheClan clan]], we see he is actually one of the smaller members. This also [[PlanetOfCopyhats applies to their personalities]] as for all the Scotsman's shouting and FloweryInsults, he is actually the mellow one. This is the reason he [[KnightErrant travels so much]].



* Junko from ''WesternAnimation/StormHawks'' is somewhat weaker but slightly smarter than average for a Wallop. He's still 10 times as strong as most humans, and the least intelligent one on the team.
* The Littlest Giant from ''WesternAnimation/RenAndStimpy'' is "merely huge" in the words of one of the normal sized giants who outsize him.
* Owen from ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'' is a BigFun contestant taller than nearly everyone else in the cast who says he's the runt of his siblings.
* The [[BraveScot Scotsman]] from ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' is a towering muscular BoisterousBruiser but when we meet his [[TheClan clan]], we see he is actually one of the smaller members. This also [[PlanetOfCopyhats applies to their personalities]] as for all the Scotsman's shouting and FloweryInsults, he is actually the mellow one and this is also the reason he [[KnightErrant travels so much]].
* Tetramand princess Looma Red Wind from ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'' is much smaller than the rest of her species, being around six or seven feet tall, rather than over ten. Despite this, she can [[PintsizedPowerhouse easily lift]] a father who ''dwarfs'' her, and ''still'' cannot find a Tetramand who can defeat her in combat. For context, females of her species are [[MoreDeadlyThanTheMale larger and more powerful than the males]], and can only marry those who [[BestHerToBedHer defeat them in combat]].
* The ''WesternAnimation/DCSuperheroGirls'' version of Wonder Woman is taller than most full-grown men, but [[TeensAreShort she's not even fully grown]]--adult Amazons like her mother are over eight feet tall.
* ''WesternAnimation/MaoMaoHeroesOfPureHeart'': The titular feline sheriff of Pure Heart Valley is taller than most of its pint-sized inhabitants and takes down behemoths with relative ease. However, he's somewhat eclipsed by his bigger and more skilled sisters and father. [[spoiler:Sisters, at least; it turns out his father is actually even ''smaller'' and wearing humongous power armor, which might also explain Mao's stature.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/StormHawks'': Junko from ''WesternAnimation/StormHawks'' is somewhat weaker but slightly smarter than average for a Wallop. He's still 10 times as strong as most humans, and the least intelligent one on the team.
* The Littlest Giant from ''WesternAnimation/RenAndStimpy'' is "merely huge" in the words of one of the normal sized giants who outsize him.
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''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'': Owen from ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'' is a BigFun contestant taller than nearly everyone else in the cast who cast, but says he's the runt of his siblings.
* The [[BraveScot Scotsman]] from ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' is a towering muscular BoisterousBruiser but when we meet his [[TheClan clan]], we see he is actually one of the smaller members. This also [[PlanetOfCopyhats applies to their personalities]] as for all the Scotsman's shouting and FloweryInsults, he is actually the mellow one and this is also the reason he [[KnightErrant travels so much]].
* Tetramand princess Looma Red Wind from ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'' is much smaller than the rest of her species, being around six or seven feet tall, rather than over ten. Despite this, she can [[PintsizedPowerhouse easily lift]] a father who ''dwarfs'' her, and ''still'' cannot find a Tetramand who can defeat her in combat. For context, females of her species are [[MoreDeadlyThanTheMale larger and more powerful than the males]], and can only marry those who [[BestHerToBedHer defeat them in combat]].
* The ''WesternAnimation/DCSuperheroGirls'' version of Wonder Woman is taller than most full-grown men, but [[TeensAreShort she's not even fully grown]]--adult Amazons like her mother are over eight feet tall.
* ''WesternAnimation/MaoMaoHeroesOfPureHeart'': The titular feline sheriff of Pure Heart Valley is taller than most of its pint-sized inhabitants and takes down behemoths with relative ease. However, he's somewhat eclipsed by his bigger and more skilled sisters and father. [[spoiler:Sisters, at least; it turns out his father is actually even ''smaller'' and wearing humongous power armor, which might also explain Mao's stature.]]

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* Venom in ''Film/Venom2018'' is described as something of a runt compared to [[BigBad Riot]]. Venom in full form is a good eight, maybe nine feet tall. Riot is ''much'' bigger.


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* Flight Officer Hohass Ekwesh, callsign "Runt", from the ''ComicBook/XWingSeries''' Wraith Squadron books. He stands 2 meters tall (close to 6′7″, for those who don't know metric), but explains at his introduction that he's very undersized for his species.

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* Flight Officer Hohass Ekwesh, callsign "Runt", from the ''ComicBook/XWingSeries''' ''Literature/XWingSeries''' Wraith Squadron books. He stands 2 meters tall (close to 6′7″, for those who don't know metric), but explains at his introduction that he's very undersized for his species.


* Runt of the Litter from ''Disney/ChickenLittle'', despite what his name suggests, is an extremely huge and fat pig who towers above his classmates.

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* Runt of the Litter from ''Disney/ChickenLittle'', ''WesternAnimation/ChickenLittle'', despite what his name suggests, is an extremely huge and fat pig who towers above his classmates.


* WesternAnimation/MaoMaoHeroesOfPureHeart'': The titular feline sheriff of Pure Heart Valley is taller than most of its pint-sized inhabitants and takes down behemoths with relative ease. However, he's somewhat eclipsed by his bigger and more skilled sisters and father. [[spoiler:Sisters, at least; it turns out his father is actually even ''smaller'' and wearing humongous power armor, which might also explain Mao's stature.]]

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* WesternAnimation/MaoMaoHeroesOfPureHeart'': ''WesternAnimation/MaoMaoHeroesOfPureHeart'': The titular feline sheriff of Pure Heart Valley is taller than most of its pint-sized inhabitants and takes down behemoths with relative ease. However, he's somewhat eclipsed by his bigger and more skilled sisters and father. [[spoiler:Sisters, at least; it turns out his father is actually even ''smaller'' and wearing humongous power armor, which might also explain Mao's stature.]]


* The feline sheriff of Pure Heart Valley, ''[[WesternAnimation/MaoMaoHeroesOfPureHeart Mao Mao]]'', is taller than most of its pint-sized inhabitants and takes down behemoths with relative ease. However, he's somewhat eclipsed by his bigger and more skilled sisters and father. [[spoiler:Sisters, at least; it turns out his father is actually even ''smaller'' and wearing humongous power armor, which might also explain Mao's stature]].

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* WesternAnimation/MaoMaoHeroesOfPureHeart'': The titular feline sheriff of Pure Heart Valley, ''[[WesternAnimation/MaoMaoHeroesOfPureHeart Mao Mao]]'', Valley is taller than most of its pint-sized inhabitants and takes down behemoths with relative ease. However, he's somewhat eclipsed by his bigger and more skilled sisters and father. [[spoiler:Sisters, at least; it turns out his father is actually even ''smaller'' and wearing humongous power armor, which might also explain Mao's stature]].
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* The feline sheriff of Pure Heart Valley, ''[[WesternAnimation/MaoMaoHeroesOfPureHeart Mao Mao]]'', is taller than most of its pint-sized inhabitants and takes down behemoths with relative ease. However, he's somewhat eclipsed by his bigger and more skilled sisters and father.

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* The feline sheriff of Pure Heart Valley, ''[[WesternAnimation/MaoMaoHeroesOfPureHeart Mao Mao]]'', is taller than most of its pint-sized inhabitants and takes down behemoths with relative ease. However, he's somewhat eclipsed by his bigger and more skilled sisters and father.
father. [[spoiler:Sisters, at least; it turns out his father is actually even ''smaller'' and wearing humongous power armor, which might also explain Mao's stature]].


* The feline sheriff of Pure Heart Valley, [[WesternAnimation/MaoMaoHeroesOfPureHeart Mao Mao]], is taller than most of its pint-sized inhabitants and takes down behemoths with relative ease. However, he's somewhat eclipsed by his bigger and more skilled sisters and father.

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* The feline sheriff of Pure Heart Valley, [[WesternAnimation/MaoMaoHeroesOfPureHeart ''[[WesternAnimation/MaoMaoHeroesOfPureHeart Mao Mao]], Mao]]'', is taller than most of its pint-sized inhabitants and takes down behemoths with relative ease. However, he's somewhat eclipsed by his bigger and more skilled sisters and father.



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* The feline sheriff of Pure Heart Valley, [[WesternAnimation/MaoMaoHeroesOfPureHeart Mao Mao]], is taller than most of its pint-sized inhabitants and takes down behemoths with relative ease. However, he's somewhat eclipsed by his bigger and more skilled sisters and father.


** In "Change Your Mind", we are introduced to Obsidian, a fusion of [[spoiler:Garnet, Amethyst, Pearl, and Steven]]. Peridot is impressed by how massive Obsidian is, but [[InstantlyProvenWrong then we see Obsidian in relation to the opponent]]. The fusion barely makes up to [[spoiler:White Diamond's HumungousMecha]]'s ankle.

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** In "Change Your Mind", we are introduced to Obsidian, a fusion of [[spoiler:Garnet, Amethyst, Pearl, and Steven]]. Peridot is impressed by how massive Obsidian is, but [[InstantlyProvenWrong then we see Obsidian in relation to the opponent]]. The fusion barely makes up to [[spoiler:White Diamond's HumungousMecha]]'s HumongousMecha]]'s ankle.

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