So, like, for reasons, we had to estimate the difference in stride speed for two beings of different heights at work today. And it basically scales like the square root of the length of the leg. For example: a five foot person will walk about 10% slower than a six foot person at natural rhythm (not speed-walking etc.)
AND ME BEING THE TRASH I AM.
This means a smallish giant (let’s say 15 feet tall) will stride about 70% faster than someone 5 feet tall.
30 feet tall = 150% faster
100 feet tall = 350% faster
etc etc. So! Imagine keeping up with that!!