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Is it possible for an Animorph to become Gojira or another Kaiju\Titan? Also, is it possible for them to become a Cybertronian? I just wanted to know if there are limits based on size or biology. I'm asking this for a fanfic I plan on writing, I just want to be lore accurate it is about how the Yeerks activities on earth attracted the attention of Gojira and the Autobots.

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    Mar 25 at 13:58
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    – AncientSwordRage
    Mar 25 at 14:23
  • also could a yeerk infest a kaiju or cybertronian i was thinking of having a yeerk infest a kaiju or cybertronian Mar 25 at 14:31
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    @elijah sanch That sounds like another good question, although I don't know how canonical of an answer exists.
    – FuzzyBoots
    Mar 25 at 14:37
  • aparently the animorphs dont turn into scentient creatures does gojira aply to that Mar 25 at 14:43
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With the caveat that this is user-edited, the rules

  1. You can't change directly from one morph to another without first returning to your natural body.
    2. You have to acquire DNA directly from an animal. You can't acquire it from another morph.
    3. You can't stay in morph for more than two hours at a time, because if you do, you stay permanently.

Nothing explicitly prohibits kaiju size as long as the DNA can be acquired, although the rules for large amount of Zero Space matter are undefined. Cybertronians lack DNA, although they have an equivalent, so they're probably not a match. You might be able to get DNA of the transformed animals from the Cybertronians in Beast Wars, but it would not be the robotic part.

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