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Godzilla: King of the Monsters (Godzilla 2) is the upcoming sequel to Legendary Pictures' and Warner Bros. Pictures' Godzilla (2014) movie. Directed by Michael Dougherty, Godzilla: King of the Monsters will see the introduction of other Toho monsters Rodan, Mothra and King Ghidorah. All three superspecies will vie for dominance of Earth and Godzilla will rise again to restore nature's balance.

JurassicPark93

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Posted Jul-02-2017 2:15 PM

One thing I'd love to see in Godzilla 2 is a 1 on 1 fight between Godzilla and Ghidorah. Have them trade blows and breath attacks, then maybe have Ghidorah gain the upper hand and almost kill Godzilla until Rodan and/or Mothra shows up to help. Thoughts?

15 Responses to Godzilla vs Ghidorah 1 on 1

TheGMan123

Jul-02-2017 2:57 PM

Well, ummmm........ nothing here right now, but I'll bite I guess.

My guess is that you're talking about the MonsterVerse, and how Godzilla and King Ghidorah will measure up to each other. Given that they've tussled in the past, I'm inclined to speculate that, at least before their next meeting in the present, they were relative equals in terms of power.

It may be my own bias in always making the two equal in sheer strength in my own writing, but I think the same should hold true for their next battle. Granted, I think Godzilla should still be at a disadvantage, but not because he isn't as strong as King Ghidorah.

We saw that Godzilla was still trumped by the two Hokmutos despite them being individually inferior in strength compared to him thanks to their teamwork. Well, perhaps King Ghidorah could be an equal in raw power but also have increased mobility thanks to flight and a more unpredictable attack pattern that makes more effective use of his strength against Godzilla.

The Bootleg Rebellious

Jul-02-2017 5:33 PM

I think Ghidorah should fight both Mothra and Rodan first and eventually defeated(not killed) both of them in the fight and as Ghidorah is about to kill both Mothra and Rodan, Godzilla then makes an epic entrance to the battle and roars at Ghidorah which gained Ghidorah's attention towards Godzilla, both monsters then started roaring each other and then the movie cuts to Ishiro Serizawa watching both monsters roaring from far away distance and says "Let Them Fight" and then both monsters charges towards each other and then they clash!

And the fight needs to be destructive!, like make them destory many buildings!, Let the audience see what these monsters are capable of!

Godzilla Generations was a beautiful game! I loved the fact that there's a laser cannon inside of Dr. Serizawa's eyepatch.

Lord Tyrannos

Jul-02-2017 5:39 PM

^^

 

Also make the fight epic and emotional.

"There was an idea...to bring together a group of remarkable people...to see if we could become something more...so when they needed us, we could fight the battles...that they never could."

The Bootleg Rebellious

Jul-02-2017 5:45 PM

^

And oh yeah focus on the fight! just the fight! don't cut to human characters or military stuff, just focus on the fight!

Godzilla Generations was a beautiful game! I loved the fact that there's a laser cannon inside of Dr. Serizawa's eyepatch.

JurassicNight

Jul-02-2017 6:03 PM

Heavily agree with TherizinoRex

TheGMan123

Jul-02-2017 6:24 PM

Given how the beam struggle WAS seen in those cave paintings, the climax HAS TO BE a beam struggle. IT HAS TO BE!

The Bootleg Rebellious

Jul-02-2017 6:36 PM

^

Agreed!

Godzilla Generations was a beautiful game! I loved the fact that there's a laser cannon inside of Dr. Serizawa's eyepatch.

G. H. (Gman)

Jul-02-2017 6:40 PM

I'm fine with cutting from the fight to the characters as long as it's done like it was in the early Showa movies--With the characters doing something important and relevant to the story, but not usurping the climactic showdown.

Like it or not, the movie still needs characters doing something noteworthy during the climax.

The Bootleg Rebellious

Jul-02-2017 6:54 PM

^

Well as long they don't do it to much I guess.

Godzilla Generations was a beautiful game! I loved the fact that there's a laser cannon inside of Dr. Serizawa's eyepatch.

G. H. (Gman)

Jul-02-2017 7:26 PM

All the writers and editors need to do is see how Honda, Fukuda and their teams did it in the 1960s. They balanced it perfectly for fully engaging and satisfying climaxes that respected both the monster and human arcs.

EmptyH

Jul-03-2017 1:49 PM

This is true. The human story has to matter. Tying it to the monster arc is important and I believe one of the key parts to a successful giant monster movie.

 

As for this particular question, I have always liked the idea that Ghidorah is strait up more powerful than Godzilla. This way human intervention on Godzilla's part is what can help defeat Ghidorah.

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Im Durp

Jul-03-2017 2:59 PM

Eh I wouldn't say Honda and Fukuda perfectly balanced the human and monsters climaxes, at least at first. It wasn't until Ghidorah the Three Headed monster that I really think they got it down to an art.

HyperGojira2

Jul-16-2017 4:21 PM

I would prefer to see Godzilla be able to rumble on equal terms in a solo match with KG.  Maybe Godzilla has a little less firepower, but his grit and determination are just to much for KG.  No, that is to much like Gamera, Godzilla should just kick his ass ;)

Lord Tyrannos

Jul-16-2017 4:30 PM

Here's my ideal set-up, it starts with a 1v1 between Godzilla and Ghidorah, with the latter overpowering the King of the Monsters. Just as he is about to deliver the killing blow, Mothra and Rodan interfere, tag-teaming the behemoth. However, they are overpowered and fall to the ground. Godzilla sees this and roars in anger as he stands up, engaging King Ghidorah in the final battle. It is a long, desperate, and bloody battle, but ultimately, he triumphs with a spiral-atomic red beam down the throats of the three-headed monster.

"There was an idea...to bring together a group of remarkable people...to see if we could become something more...so when they needed us, we could fight the battles...that they never could."

The Bootleg Rebellious

Jul-16-2017 4:44 PM

^^^^

I liked it! But I think Legendary should introduce the nuclear pulse first and then introduce the red spiral breath in the future MonsterVerse films, if they decided to continue it after GvK.

Godzilla Generations was a beautiful game! I loved the fact that there's a laser cannon inside of Dr. Serizawa's eyepatch.

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