For those of you who didn't like the stately standing of Galen, here he is in action. Yes, that is Aesmodeus from my stories, and yes, I have mentioned a few times that he is in fact a giant snake. Normally, you're not supposed to mention that Aesmodeus is a giant snake, because well, his true form had been damaged in a powerful battle. The charismatic looking man with the evil gotee and the devil horns is just an illusion he would conjure up to hide his now marred, damaged form.
And when Galen/King Bahamut shoots something, he is going to blow a hole in it. There has never really been images of King Bahamut using his breath weapon while attacking something...well outside of Final Fantasy images. But in games like D&D, he's never been shown to use his...Mega Flare. Yes, that's where Square Nix got it from, D&D. Bahamut does have a breath weapon that can pretty much atomize a planet.
One thing about Galen, he doesn't have a set size. Normally he appears as a dragon in my stories, he doesn't appear in human form at all. And depending on who he's talking to, he will take on the size of that person. When he spoke to Sam, he was human sized, when he hangs around Jonathan, when Jon's in his dragon form, Galen/Bahamut is of equal size to Jonathan. The largest I've imagined Bahamut is the size of the Earth itself, especially when he's doing space battles. But normally, Bahamut, the King of Dragons, ranges from 15 feet long to 500 feet long. But he has no set size.
Both Bahamut's and Aesmodeus' designs are © Ghostwalker2061
Some editing done here as well.