Dimensioned elevation drawings of Runners with height measurements

The Dog Alien (also known as the Runner) is one of the evolutionary stages of the Xenomorph. Xenomorphs evolve according to the characteristics of their host animal. The Runner is defined by its ability to walk and run on four legs, meaning it has evolved from a quadrupedal, such as dog. Runners are incredibly fast, strong and light-footed. They have long domed heads and can spit acid. They are silent predators, and extremely difficult to kill.

Set of outline silhouette illustrations of Runners in assorted postures

Runners have an upright between 6’–7’2” (1.83–2.18 m), typical crouched height between 3’9”–4’6” (1.14–1.37 m), and an overall body and tail length of 11’–12’ (3.35–3.66 m).

How tall are Alien Runners?
Alien runners have overall upright heights from 6 feet to 7 feet 2 inches (1.83–2.18 m), though their crouched height is typically between 3 feet 9 inches and 4 feet 6 inches (1.14–1.37 m).

Details

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Height:
6’–7’2” | 1.83–2.18 m (Upright)
Width:
Depth:
Length:
11’–12’ | 3.35–3.66 m
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Weight:

Height (Crouched): 3’9”–4’6” | 1.14–1.37 m
Species: Xenomorph XX121

Stage: 4

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Actor:
First Appearance:
Alien 3 (1992)

Properties

Drawings include:
Runners elevations (assorted)

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Alien is a science fiction horror film released in 1979 and directed by Ridley Scott. It follows the crew of the spaceship Nostromo, who are awakened from their sleep capsules in deep space by a distress call from an alien vessel. Alien has spawned successive films within the same world.

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