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The Potential Plot for Godzilla vs. Kong!

The Potential Plot for Godzilla vs. Kong!

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King Gargantuas #TeamGodzilla

Jan-22-2019 10:44 AM

(NOTE: This is only a theory, and therefore anything I say regarding the plot is not for absolute certain)

Well with the recent announcement that Godzilla vs. Kong has begun filming it did make me start to wonder, what is the exact story behind this movie? And on top of that, where would the Monsterverse go after this? Well, why don't we elaborate on what could very well be what goes down in the next installment, as well as where this could potentially go.
Some of you may not know, but it seems that this year's entry, as well as Godzilla vs. Kong may be setting the stage for Toho's Destoroyah or Biollante to appear as the titular villain in Godzilla 3, thus potentially giving WB and Legendary a monstrous end to the franchise, or a monstrous beginning. With King Ghidorah appearing in Godzilla 2, it's difficult to top the villain with another Godzilla movie. Perhaps the most feasible option, then, is Destoroyah, a villain whose origin may actually be teased in Godzilla: King of the Monsters, but we'll come back to that soon enough. Heck, for all we know, he could be the new threat in this film, but for now, let's talk about what I feel could very well be the plot for Godzilla vs. Kong.
The story begins a few short years after the events of Godzilla: King of the Monsters, and it's here that Monarch decides to return to Skull Island after many years to report on how Kong, that last of his kind, is doing. Only to find that Kong is suddenly nowhere to be found on the island. They do extensive searches of where he usually would be on the island, but not a single trace of him is left. It's then that they're given a report on his possible whereabouts, and begin pursuing him. Sometime later they do eventually find him, only to find he's much larger then ever before, at least 2/3 the size of Godzilla now. They're still unclear as to why he left the island. Was it because there was simply no longer any threats on the island that needed to be managed after so many years of defending it? Or is it perhaps that an even bigger threat is somewhere out there? With this possibility in mind, they assume that maybe it's Godzilla that he now sees as a threat, and continue to follow just in case. Soon after, they get reports that Godzilla is heading in the same direction as that of Kong, and days later, there battle begins. The battle goes on for quite some time, and it seems like Godzilla would reign supreme, that is until a new threat emerges from the pacific ocean. That threat is a creature created from a weapon originally used to kill Godzilla, and that creature is code-named, Destroyah. Realizing this, they all decide to work together the fight this threat. Sure enough, Destroyah proves to be quite the formidable foe even with the both of 'em working together, but with Kong's wits and Godzilla's strength, they eventually defeat Destroyah and things seem to return to normal... or do they?
This would of course raise the question, where would Billonte fit in with all of this? To find out my answer to this, be sure to check out my last article about How Billonte Can Work in the Monsterverse. And until then, I'm King Gargantuas and I'll see y'all next time!

3 Responses to The Potential Plot for Godzilla vs. Kong!

Patzilla

Jan-22-2019 7:56 PM

I'd like that but it probably won't happen. I'd say that something similar could happen if the monsterverse continues after KVG.

The Hood #TeamGhidorah

Jan-24-2019 12:33 PM

"This would of course raise the question, where would Billonte fit in with all of this?"
King Gargantuas, have you by any chance heard of a man named Chael Sonnen?

JackSpinoRex #TeamGhidorah

Apr-14-2019 12:57 PM

This what i'd want to see. 

After King Ghidorah "disables" the storm around Skull Island, Godzilla realises that Kong exists, and does not bring any purpose to balance the earth, and poses a threat to him. MONARCH tracks Godzilla, and sees him going to Skull Island. They follow him there and see Godzilla and Kong's first battle. Godzilla causes a flood on Skull Island, which leaves Kong at a disadvantage. He ends the fight with a blast of atomic breath to Kong's leg, almost crippling him and forcing him to flee. the human villain wants to exterminate all titans, especially Godzilla and Kong. He uses Ghidorah's severed head and one of Godzilla's scales to create a new, stronger variant of godzilla. The monster has one long, serpent-like head, Two tails, a horn on its head (akin to Bagan),  a gigantic pair of wings and golden scales. It is still young, and is only 50 ft tall. 

5 year time-jump

 Kong heads towards another island; Odo Island. He discovers that Godzilla lives there. Godzilla gets pissed, and rightfully so. This leads to their second battle, where a Mothra larva joins the fray. Kong severely wounds the larva, and rips off one of Godzilla's dorsal plates. he stabs Godzilla in the gills with it, and he falls unconscious under the sea. 

with no Godzilla, the world enters chaos. Kong cannot hold back the invading Titans. A fight between Kong and a lizard-like Titan with four sets of Wings is shown. Kong is severely injured during the battle, and the lizard kaiju heads for Tokyo. When all hope seems lost, Godzilla surfaces. He grabs it by one of its wings and tears them off, one by one. He kills the creature by throwing it around and crushing its head with his foot. Kong charges at godzilla, but Godzilla is ready for him. he tackles Kong, leaving him winded. He charges his atomic breath, but Kong knows the exact moment to dodge the beam, and does so. the human villain releases the new kaiju, dubbed "King Godzilla" Kong gets his ass handed to him by King Godzilla, and he is dropped into the sea. Godzilla puts up a better fight, but he needs Kong's help to defeat the creature. It dies when Kong stabs it with the tokyo tower, and Godzilla releases a Red Spiral ray. 

Godzilla locates King Godzilla's creator, and kills him with an atomic blast. The human characters think Godzilla and Kong are done fighting. But, they aren't. Godzilla throws Kong into the water, and tries to drag him under. This fails, and Kong runs away,  grabbing a building with a sharp point on top. He tries to stab Godzilla, but ends up getting bitten by Godzilla on the arm. Godzilla thrashes Kong around by the arm. Godzillas bites down on two of Kong's fingers, and he loses them. Kong grabs a chunk of a cliff, and beats godzilla over the head with it. Godzilla clobbers Kong with his tail, and drags him underwater to his doom. A blue flash of light is seen. Godzilla surfaces, and begins swimming back to Oto island. 

I know the human characters aren't very developed, but i'm not very Good at writing human stories. 

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