Well, he can shift his size quite a bit, but at his largest, he could probably grow to perhaps something like this size.
That said, he can also morph his body to create foot/hand holds, raised barriers, and other such things, on his back, for the sailors to make use of (he could also hold a few in his hands/tentacles).
I'm actually working on an Olivia post now, but if you'd like to post for Wilhelmina first, I don't mind waiting.
That is pretty big, though for now I am imagining he is only about twice to thrice as big as a human. Would Thyerg or Olivia offer the opportunity for Wilhelmina to give her sailors a stable platform? Because if so, then I would imagine she would summon them so they don't have to go too close to the hueg Pageless.
Finally got around to working on the next Camelot post. Just taking a while due to some timey-whimey shenanigans occurring across multiple pages, so I'm just trying to get the cohesive timeline worked out as I go. BUT, regardless, the Camelot team shall finally have progress today! Sorry about the wait!
If you're like... taking notes on what that timeline is, I uh.. Would love to see it. :P
Well, the post is up, so here's the timeline as I could best perceive it. I hope you're fine with a spot of (relatively) harmless pvp, because Camelot is a bit backed into a corner, and with everything moving so quickly and chaotically, she literally doesn't have the time to talk through both Bonnie and Tesni's bullshit simultaneously.
Camelot literally doesn't have the time to talk through both Bonnie and Tesni's bullshit simultaneously:
What Lilac says in a post: "Alright, let's do this!" "Heavenly!" "Lilac!""Drill!" "I would like to- ORAH- rescind my line about sitting this one out, help!"
What Camelot says in a post: "You're not an idiot, Tesni," "In fact, you're rather talented, brimming with potential, both realized and otherwise." "I think you might be reading a bit too far into a mere story, but then again, it's your Grimoire, not mine. You'd likely know it best. Your approach to life is respectable regardless; yet, you are objectively incorrect in regards to change." "While it would seem that change can be forced on someone, ultimately, this is an illusion. At the end of the day, change is perhaps also known as a form of 'natural selection'. Only those that choose to change move forward and prosper; while those that stubbornly cling to obsolete and self-destructive mindsets inevitably perish or languish in stagnation in some manner or another. Thus, change is always a choice. After all, Sun Wukong didn't have to change when he was imprisoned by Buddha. He could have stayed stubborn, stayed true to his pride and perhaps broken free at some point... but most likely withered away. Instead, he chose to grasp the opportunity for self-reflection and became better than he once was, enough so that he was given a chance once more. One could posit that what he had was merely the illusion of choice, but that is not so, just as it is never truly so in real life." "Bonnie!" "All Tesni used were words. Can you honestly tell me it is in any way appropriate to escalate to actual physical force in this situation, in front of both a 'guest' and our new junior? Really?" "And you," "First off, the last thing you should be doing is comparing eugenics of all things to the here and now; I refuse to even humor that line of discussion. Secondly, I'll admit agelessness is a daunting concept, and however unwise it may be, I've chosen to simply live in the here and now, helping who I can and not worrying about who I can't. Being obsessed with the future and the long game can be just as destructive as anything else. Thirdly, I already aspire to more than some bland forever life in an academy. Why in the world would anyone want to subject themselves to an eternity of stagnation is beyond me. Such aspirations aren't quite yet practical to the here and now, but I most certainly have them and hold them dear. That said..." "What exactly were you hoping to accomplish by doing this? Actually, no." "The reality is that I don't care. Objectively, what you have done is disrupt what was supposed to be a brand new Magical Girl's wonderful first day and introduction to the job. All you have done is interrupt my work as her guide and exacerbate the issues with team cohesion that I was in the process of handling," "Your timing and approach would have to struggle to be worse, but I can admit to being fool enough to take the bait out of... clearly misguided politeness. As things are, however, I have a job to do, one you are impeding, so... you need to leave, Lady Tsubasa. Now." "Transformations! Quickly," "Another Apex type? So soon?" "Wait, don't attack yet! This is unusual, and these Pageless might have some sort of gimmick." "DYNASTY QUEEN, what the hell?!"
I'm just joshing you, I know you're the one putting in the work to keep the scene moving forward.
Holy wall of text Batman! I get that you're messing around, lol, but in all seriousness. From the way things are written, my perception has definitely been that Lilac's bits have been moving extremely quickly. And her foolhardiness is just way too much for Camelot to try and simply talk through and get her to stop and breathe. It's like the girl is wearing rose tinted glasses and ear mufflers honestly.
There's a bit of timey whimey stuff occurring in what you quoted btw, so all that actually matters for the purposes of Lilac's timeline is everything after Camelot calls for transformations, which occurs before Bonnie does. So, basically, shred off literally everything but the bottom two lines, and you'd have what's actually useful. Everything after that point is the fight, which is fast and furious, to say the least. So yeah, the fight timeline itself occurs so incredibly fast that Camelot has basically zero breathing room for her normal diplomatic methods.
Yep, I've been really putting some thought into how this will go down. Camelot is still really struggling to keep this from being an actual fight. She just wants everyone to get along, you know? XD Ultimately, Camelot and Dynasty Queen are hilariously incompatible as teammates though, lol. This is probably how it was always going to go.