ArwingFlight speedQuestionable until an official source is otherwise given. I acquired it from

Arwingpedia.

Blue FalconLand speedAll speeds can be demonstrated in F-Zero GX/AX. The Normal speed can be found by driving in a linear path without turning. The same is for Max speed. Boost Power here is when the Blue Falcon is at its peak, ignoring the base value.

DragoniteFlight speedAccording to the

Pokédex, Dragonite can fly around Earth in 16 hours.

KirbyFlight speed"Strap jet power to your back! Hold the B Button to charge, then let go to hit Mach 5!" (Kirby Super Ultra Star - Jet)

KratosLand speedKratos' base speed is unknown. However, there is

a cut-scene where Hermes runs on a tightrope to the otherside in 6 seconds. Although the distance is unknown, the estimated magnitude is 360 feet, the distance of a football field.

LinkLand speedThe 68% increase from the Bunny Hood is found from

Zeldapedia. I cannot confirm this, as I do not know how this was determined. Either way, FactPile originally went with Link's speed being increased by 50%. As for the Pegasus Boots and Seeds, these are confirmed by

Zelda.com to increase Link's speed by 4.

Master ChiefLand speed"He could feel his Achilles tendon tear, but he didn't slow. He crossed the half-kilometer stretch in seventeen seconds and skidded to halt." - Halo: Fall of Reach, p. 264

Meta RidleyFlight speedAccording to

this image, the Frigate Orpheon is 226 kilometers (140 mi.) above Tallon IV. The time it took for Samus' ship to enter Tallon IV's atmosphere was 14 seconds. 226,000 / 14 is 16,142.857142 m/s, which is Mach 47. Although this image wasn't used in the final release, even then, if 161 km (100 mi.) was used based on the information from

this site, Meta Ridley would still reach hypersonic speeds of up to Mach 34+. Keep in mind, this is only Meta Ridley, not his normal form.

PidgeotFlight speedPidgeot's speed is confirmed by the

Pokédex. See also

in-game data.

PitFlight speedAt the end of Chapter 25 of Kid Icarus: Uprising, I estimated that Pit is flying above a cliff, which I compared to the height of Niagara Falls, 51 meters. I took an extra 51 meters, meaning Pit would be 102 meters above the sea. The time recorded here begins at 12:11 to 12:58, or 47 seconds.

The distance I chose was the lower troposphere, since that's where Pit seemed to be located. The troposphere is 70,000 feet, or 21,336 meters (21 km.). 21,336 – 102 = 21,234 meters. By dividing the distance by the time it took, Pit would have traveled at speeds of up to 451.79 m/s, which is the same as Mach 1.3.

Samus AranLand speedSamus is estimated to run 65 mph.

The reason for this is because she outruns an avalanche in Metroid: Other M. The avalanche appears to be a dry snow type, which can travel between 60 and 80 mph. Since Samus would need to outrun the avalanche, she would need to be faster than 60 mph.

In Metroid: Return of Samus, the percent difference between Samus' normal running speed and the Varia Suit speed is a 9% difference, which means in RoS, Samus could run 71 mph. As for the Boost Ball, I kept getting a 67% increase of Samus' normal running speed.

According to the

Metroid Fusion and

Metroid: Zero Mission instruction manuals, the Speed Booster allows Samus to run at supersonic speeds. While it is feasible she could attain Mach 4.9, the low end is used, granting her the ability to travel Mach 1.2.

Flight speedWhen Samus uses the Space Jump in Super Metroid, she tends to travel the same speed in the air as she does on the ground. If she is walking and uses the Space Jump, that will be her aerial speed. If she runs, that will be her aerial speed. If she even uses the Speed Booster, she will travel at that speed.

In Super Metroid, Samus' shinespark has been demonstrated to travel 15% faster, meaning she can travel between Mach 1.3 and 1.4. The reason is because Mach 1.2 is 412 m/s, but the 15% makes her speed 473 m/s. This is not necessarily Mach 1.3, as she travels above it, but she never attains Mach 1.4.

Space MarineLand speed"Pausing, I looked back over my shoulder at the diminishing image of the cliff-face behind me, with the storm wall rolling towards it. By my own calculations, I had walked about

fifteen kilometres in twenty minutes, through a

frozen desert in arctic temperatures, and yet I was not even breathing hard." (Dawn of War: Ascension)