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Sordahon

You need spatial compression, can find one in harry potter via magic or Gantz from giant aliens(though you would need to tweak it). Gravity magic from Black Clover for mass transfer but not mass transfer, just making it a non issue.


Diligent_External

The Compression power from Generic Creepypasta makes you much bigger on the inside of your body than the outside. The description of the power says that you can decide how this works. The Compression and Gigantic power combo from the Generic Creepypasta supplement allows you to shrink down a lot while still retaining the strength and durability of a much larger size. This can be used in combination with any alt-form or growth power.


Diligent_External

Master Tinkerer from Runepunk allows you to use technology to duplicate your perks and powers.


Qjvnwocmwkcow

Bigger Is Better / Less Is More from Metal Slug: > Choose one of the two philosophies. Going with Bigger Is Better will allow you to massively oversize your designs, such as turning a normal tank into a house-sized monster, with little to no cost to mobility. This increase in scale also applies to secondary traits such as the armor and weaponry of your babies, as well. You'll have to research and design stuff on your own if you want an increase in scale past that benchmark, however. Less Is More will lead you the exact opposite direction. You could take a regular tank and decrease its bulk to the point it's smaller than the average car. This decrease in size comes at no cost to things such as durability or firepower, and confers a great increase to mobility, allowing the average modern tank to drive as fast as a motorcycle, with similar handling. These philosophies can be applied to things other than weapons of war, but you'd have to be a really boring person to do that. You may purchase this again to acquire whichever philosophy you did not choose for 300 CP, regardless of Discounts. Physics Ain’t Got Shit On Me from Shin Godzilla: > It should be a scientific impossibility, the mere fact that you can move at all. Yet you do and even move on objects that cannot possibly support your weight. Before your majesty, even the laws of weight, mass and gravity seem to bow down. No matter how much you weigh, how much mass you have or what shape you are, your body will quite easily support itself as if you were a perfectly balanced life form. This effect even extends to other things you touch, allowing you to support your weight on things that should be utterly ruined just by you putting a foot on them. Roads won’t sink in if you step on them and buildings won’t shatter by resting one of your giant hands on them. This doesn’t stretch forever, you can’t balance on a spider’s thread as a hundred meter tall monster.


ltmauve

Battle Action High School Side Character Quest. (BAHSSCQ) A Valk Core (Which you get for free) can let the Valk use weapons a few hundred meters long like an infantry longarm. Get a powered armor, grab the Generic Mecha Supplement, and use Import on the ACU to import into your armor. Now your ACU can also have the shape and size of your powered armor. Alternately, go to Zero-K, become your ACU, and get something that shares powers between your different alt-forms. If you have a robot form before starting, you can import it into your commander form and therefore have an alt-form (technically it's a subform of the alt-form) that is an ACU plus your Zero-K commander upgrades that is only the size of a human. Surprisingly, we don't seem to have a Zone of the Enders jump, which would include the technology needed to do that. :(


incorrectwombat

Force fields, maybe? You "walk" like normal, but you're actually walking on force fields that appear under your feet.


Quar7z

An alternative to your smaller mech issue is to not break physics in the first place by grabbing the **Compact Systems (200)** perk from **Total Annihilation**, which can be used to design smaller versions of your tech. Also, while it doesn't allow you to have the utter force of a giant robot in a human-sized one, if you want to be able to store and retrieve mass to a pocket dimension, **Planetary Annihilation**'s got **Infinite Eco Storage (400).** It allows you to stash metal and energy to its own space, and you can build remote receivers so Jumper doesn't have to be there to distribute it.


ltmauve

Infinite Eco Storage is economic storage - that is, for non-assembled metal and energy. Not for actual physical materials.


Voriador

The Generic Mecha Supplement does this. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1q3A3\_n4agHEXrhMyq64VB9TD9lzJ5\_Ke/view?usp=sharing


ltmauve

You need a power armor for that, though, and it'll look like a powered armor, not a robot. Dunno if that's what OP wants.


Voriador

I just saw the part about switching the appearance and figured you could choose the one you wanted.


ltmauve

Yes, but you need to import a powered armor to get it that small. With a Titanfall Titan and a Supcom ACU, you can either have a 5 meter or 40 meter mecha. If you want a 2-meter mecha, you're going to need a suit of powered armor.


Muroshi9

Go to Transformers and grab the Astrotrain perk.