Unitary comparisons[edit | edit source]
Known measurements[edit | edit source]
The Mantodeans grew up to two metres long. (PROSE: Winner Takes All) Judoon were also two metres high. (TV: Smith and Jones) Icarus Falling's bulkheads were constructed of two metres of Iron, steel and reinforced kevlar, all of which the Daleks are able to get through in 28 minutes. (COMIC: Fire and Brimstone)
The Chakra were three metres tall. (PROSE: The Pit) The Megalosaurus (PROSE: The Last Dodo) and adult Vespiforms, were around and three metres in height, (TV: The Unicorn and the Wasp) and the walls of the Flydon Maxima Research Base were three metres thick. (PROSE: The Depths of Despair) The Veltrochni were up to three metres tall. (PROSE: The Dark Path)
Sundayan 'gators were approximately 5 metres in length. (PROSE: Wetworld) An adult Drexxon was roughly five metres tall. (PROSE: Death Riders) The Cybershades could jump at least five metres off of the ground. (TV: The Next Doctor)
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
Doctor Who Adventures[edit | edit source]
- DWA 98, DWA 106: The CyberKing stands 60 metres tall, Bannakaffalatta stood only 1.1 metre tall and the Macra on New Earth 20 metres.
- DWA 175: The real stones at Stonehenge stand seven metres tall and are over 2000 years old. Replica stones only three metres tall were made in two weeks of fibreglass on wooden frames and referred to by the crew as 'Foamhenge'. These were used to film all of the Doctor's speech scene. (TV: The Pandorica Opens)
- DWA 225: Sontarans stand 1.5 metres tall.
- DWA 196: Heights (in metres): Adipose 0.15, Bannakaffalatta 1, Cybermen 2.15, CyberKing 61, Daleks - Bronze Daleks 1.8 new Daleks 2, Eleventh Doctor 1.82, Krafayis 3 and Sontaran 1.15
- DWA 150: Cybermen are all the same height – 2 metres tall.