Watsit Hoohow wrote:pSycHOtic chICkeN wrote:Size does not matter. It's what you do with it that counts.
Bigger and less numerous almost always implies stronger. Heavies, bosses, etc.
A pine 2X2 is a better weapon in a street fight than a 0.45 automatic pistol.
A cement truck is a better combat vehicle than an M2 Bradley.
A dirigible is a vastly superior attack aircraft relative to cobra helicopters.
A 747 is a better air superiority/strike fighter than the F16. In addition to size, the 747 has longer range, more payload, and longer sustained flight time.
A young man trying to hook up should leave the Porsche at home and cruise in a 1990's school bus. Aside from all the obvious advantageous of the bus, it also has enough room in back to fit all of the babes.
Obviously since megalowiffs are drawn bigger they must be better in combat.
We know Gwiffons are marshmallow [or some sort of gelatin/sugar]. If megalowiffs are similar to Gwiffons then we have no reason to believe the dwagons have less mass. Real world gummy worms and gummy bears are much higher density that peeps.
I'm also not sure if the dwagons we see in book two are gummy or plush toy. Maybe a tool that bought the plush toys could give us a relative density.