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Godzilla8500

Oct-29-2017 10:13 PM

Hi guys im new here Ive been a Godzilla fan since I was 6 Years old I love all the Godzilla incarnations specally The monsterverse Godzilla he actually looks like a dinosaur so my question is how old u guys think he is

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Xenotaris

Oct-30-2017 5:32 AM

well kind of hard to determine kaiju growth periods, but I would imagine that he would at least be hundreds if not thousands of years old. Since the monsterverse suggested there was once a thriving population of Godzillas point in time and it is suggested that his kind ruled during the Permian...possibly the late Permian or even the early Triassic which was 251 million years ago.

 

KingKaijuGojira

Oct-30-2017 9:20 AM

I'd say a few million.

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The King of the Monsters

Oct-30-2017 9:40 AM

Godzilla: Awakening shows that he survived the Permian extinction over 250 million years ago, so he's probably well over 250 million years old. Granted many people, including myself, dispute the canon status of Awakening, but so far there's been nothing to contradict that origin for Godzilla and it's the best idea we have of his age at the moment. It's always possible Godzilla's origin could be retconned or examined in further depth in the next two films.

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Xenotaris

Nov-01-2017 2:07 AM

Hopefully, Its hard for me to stretch my suspend of disbelief for a single individual Godzilla could live through all those millions of years. I would say Monsterverse Godzilla is 2 million years old at most (would be a nice reference to Gojira 1954) if not younger.

 

The King of the Monsters

Nov-01-2017 6:57 AM

I don't find Godzilla being 250 million+ years old that much harder to believe than Godzilla existing at all. I don't understand why people have a problem accepting it. He was alive 250 million years ago, and after the Permian extinction simply entered a long state of hibernation and suspended animation deep underwater, only becoming active for very brief periods over the ensuing eons. A 250 million-year old giant prehistoric radioactive reptile is no less realistic than a 2 million-year old giant prehistoric radioactive reptile.

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Xenotaris

Nov-09-2017 8:17 PM

Well I would rather that Godzilla be around 2,000 years old.

 

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