Rhyperior, Rhyhorn’s final form, clocks in at 283kg and 2.13m. This is a big Pocket Monster. That is, except in Pokémon Go, where this Rock Pokémon is small.
Here are the character’s official stats:
Which are reflected in Pokémon Go:
— Andrew Nicholson (@KingGrimlock) December 6, 2018
This is something fans have noticed and have been pointing out for nearly a month. And yet, the Pocket Monster is still pint-sized.
— Ryan McFarland (@RyanJMcFarland) December 3, 2018
— Joey Caton (@J03y_K10) December 5, 2018
— Pkmn Master Holly (@PkmnMasterHolly) November 15, 2018
— SantiJT???????? (@SantiTombesi) November 17, 2018
— Jack DeVries (@jackdrat) November 18, 2018
— The Rubz (@Rubscene) December 4, 2018
— Tim Stam (@SlamminStam) December 8, 2018
I refuse the believe this is the size a Rhyperior is. It’s so small! pic.twitter.com/d6n8Fd63aH
— Euphorikook (@memeyoingi) December 8, 2018
— Leonardo Cezimbra (@LeoCezimbra) December 7, 2018
@NianticHelp Hi @Niantic
Will you guys be fixing the Pokémon scaling i.e the size of the newly added Pokémon in this new update?
For example, Rhyperior is shown as extremely small, and even appears smaller than Rhydon in a gym.Or even the positioning of Dusknoir?
Many thanks???? pic.twitter.com/FUcTcHU6Zg
— Jordan (@mauanatewehi) December 11, 2018
@NianticHelp hey! Rhyperior is smaller than Rhydon in the game which is not possible, can you please increase its height or say adjust its actual supposed size!? Please do so! Thanks... pic.twitter.com/hvhg9PApUV
— Portgas Ferdelance (@shinichitachi) December 10, 2018
why is rhyperior barely taller than a growlithe pic.twitter.com/3NEtYQoQvW
— Kimura???????????? (@GalladeBlades) December 4, 2018
YALL REALIZE RHYPERIOR GETS SHORTER ???? pic.twitter.com/4TjKoyvFBq
— no, still spookin Cordelia (@CaptainSheo) December 2, 2018
The folks on r/pokemongo have been chiming in, too: