It was requested we have this information up on the wiki. However, this could probably be merged into the races page, if someone has an idea on how to do that in a manner that would not overwhelm new players. For now at least it's on here somewhere. --GAMERGIRL151 (talk) 01:26, 13 September 2016 (CDT)
- If someone was plucky, they could create new sub-graphics that had the information for just each race on it, along with the graph key and left sidebar. Then a link under that graphic with something like "See how Dwarves compare to the other races here" and link back to the main page. I did an easy one, there would need to be more copy/pasting for other races/charts, but something like this maybe?
--Kythryn 02:45, 13 September 2016 (CDT)
- Could we add the the <ref>official website URL</ref> this data comes from? - padhg (talk) 10:25, 13 September 2016 (CDT)
If we are going to reference IC time (Elanthian years/months), should the charts reference IC height measurements? 1 foot = 3 spans is an easy conversion, and truncate to the nearest span (the game does this too since it is a perception of length, and not absolutely precise). A Gnome female would stand 5 to 7 (5.25 - 7) spans tall. A Dwarf male would be 13 to 16 (13.5 - 16.5) spans in height. A Human male would stand 16 to 18 (16.5 - 18) spans tall. A Gor'Tog male would be 24 to 30 spans in height... and so on. - padhg (talk) 10:50, 13 September 2016 (CDT)