- Would be useful for a variety of household tasks that would normally require a ladder.
- Would require the building of a specially built living area since you can't just put him out with the cat each night
USING IT IN WRITING:
- Do you need to show that a particular henchman or, if your writing the good guy, the steadfast companion is different from the others in some way? Simply double their size and you've got a giant character who is able to aid or hinder your hero as the plot monster requires it.
- Bear in mind that a larger size is going to mean bigger bones which ultimately translates into more mass. You'll need to take this into consideration before your giant ninja almost kills himself attempting to flit silently from rooftop to rooftop. It's the old tradeoff between size and speed.
- People tend to think that large of body = slow of mind . Can your giant take advantage of this mindset? An example of this done particularly well is the episode of Batman Beyond called Betrayal.
Throughout the episode the giant character pretends to be very much dumber than he really is so that he can have the power while others take the risks of being the "man in charge"