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Ghidorah: The Golden Demise Prologue

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I Meme Everything #TeamRodan

Jul-05-2019 7:47 PM

Siberia, 252 million years ago

 

It was the end of the Permian Period of the Paleozoic Era. All the continents on Earth had joined to form one giant supercontinent called Pangaea. Animals were free to travel across the globe, whether it be for mating or migration. However, life on Earth had no idea what was coming; a death from the heavens.

 

A meteor was headed right for Earth, traveling at unprecedented speeds. It slammed into the Siberian Traps, creating a massive explosion that shook the entire area. The traps began to crack, lava seeping out from beneath the Earth’s surface. Magma began to flood Pangaea, incinerating plants and animals. Hours after impact, with debris raining down from the atmosphere, two Lystrosaurus examined the massive crater. From the pit emerged a tail. It shook like a rattlesnake, as another tail appeared, also shaking. Three dragon-like heads emerged as the creature crawled out of the crater, revealing itself to be over five-hundred feet tall. This was Ghidorah: The Golden Demise.

 

The alien’s middle head let out a bellow as the right head snarled, seeing the Lystrosaurus on the ground. All three of the creature’s necks glowed as its heads fired three lightning-like beams that vaporized the animals. It looked over at the lava-leaking landscape as the ground shook. Suddenly, a large pterosaur-like creature burst out of the ground, revealing itself to be Rodan, the Fire Demon.

 

Rodan glared at the extraterrestrial, viewing him as a threat. The two flying monsters charged at each-other, colliding midair. Rodan snapped his beak at the three-headed monster, who threw him to the ground and pinned him down with his feet. The monster then grabbed Rodan in the jaws of his middle head and tossed him aside. Still standing, the Golden Demise flapped his wings, causing Rodan to rise in a gravity-defying manner. Debris from the meteor impact began to float rather than fall. The alien then stopped flapping, causing Rodan to drop to the lava-covered ground.

 

 Listen now: 

 

The three-headed creature telepathically hurled the pieces of debris at Rodan, forcing the massive reptile to groan in pain. The King of the Skies collapsed, easily defeated by the King of the Void. Before he could finish him off, he noticed something glowing blue under the sea of magma. Ghidorah sensed that it was a giant lifeform much like himself. The source of the light kept getting closer and closer, the intensity of the light increasing. The monster looked at the light with curiosity as the light in question continued its approach.

 

Suddenly, a massive creature burst out of the lava--a massive pelycosaur-esque creature with three rows of maple leaf shaped dorsal plates giving off a blue glow. He rose to his full height of about four-hundred feet. Ghidorah spread his wings to assert dominance, each of his three heads snarling. His rival prepared to fight the extraterrestrial invader. This was the King of the Monsters, and he wasn’t here to play; he signified this with a deafening below. Godzilla did not hesitate to charge at Ghidorah, who merely flapped his wings, causing massive winds. Defying the planet’s gravitational pull, he hurled pieces of debris at the God of Destruction, causing him to stagger back. He created a tsunami of lava and sent it towards Godzilla, who absorbed it, albeit with minor burns. Godzilla grabbed one of his opponent’s heads and slammed it to the ground, stomping on the neck.

 

This had little effect as the middle head fired a gravity beam that knocked over the King of the Monsters. The attack didn’t keep him down for long; Godzilla clambered to his feet as Ghidorah fired more beams. The God of Destruction slammed his tail on the ground as it began to glow blue. The glow rose up his dorsal plates as he fired a beam of atomic energy at Ghidorah, knocking him back. The space monster leapt towards him, pinning him to the ground. He dragged him all the way to what would become the Matterhorn Mountain, where the lava had spread.

 

The skies had become darkened because of debris in the atmosphere. Ghidorah prepared to finish off Godzilla, when a mysterious ray of light appeared in the sky. It was Mothra, and she used a shot of silk to pin Ghidorah to the ground. She bought Godzilla time to get to his feet. He grabbed Ghidorah and lifted him over his back, unleashing a nuclear pulse that launched the King of the Void into the stratosphere. He fell back to the ground like a meteor, only mildly injured. However, the King of the Monsters, fueled by his rage, grabbed the Golden Demise, stomping on his stomach. He pried the monster open, tearing him open and spilling his entrails.

 

Ghidorah’s heads all screamed in pain as the left one was bitten off by Godzilla and tossed into the lava, burning it until it was completely gone. He grabbed the right head by the jaws and pried his mouth open, tearing the upper portion of the head off. Finally, he decapitated the middle head, which continued to live despite being separated from the body. He threw it into the air then fired an atomic ray at it, causing it to explode. Standing nearly knee-deep in lava, he looked at Mothra. The two gave each-other a stare of mutual respect as the Queen flew off. The King, heavily injured and exhausted, returned to the sea.

 

Over the next five-hundred thousand years, life on Earth would be pushed to the brink of complete annihilation. Because of Ghidorah’s arrival, the Siberian Traps continued to pour out lava. The only thing allowing the planet to recover was the giant monsters scattered across the globe, namely the King and Queen of the Monsters. Had Ghidorah defeated them, life may not have continued at all.

 

After the Permian ended in the Great Dying, which nearly extinguished all life on the planet, all of Earth’s megafauna vanished into hibernation in secluded areas around the world. Mothra would eventually lay an egg in China before she inevitably died, passing down her essence to her offspring. Godzilla would remain under the ocean until 1945, when nuclear testing brought him to the surface in search for new sources of radiation.

 

As for the Golden Demise, he was a god. As the Matterhorn Mountain formed around him, his regenerating body would become frozen. When he finished his recovery, he found himself stuck in a state of suspended animation, unable to do anything when two hikers stumbled upon him.

"Part of the journey is the end..."

9 Responses to Ghidorah: The Golden Demise Prologue

Ultrazero80

Jul-05-2019 7:56 PM

Not bad, IME. Real quick, does this mean the other Titans from KOTM also exist in this universe, or are the other Mega Fauna classic Toho monsters?

Godzilla... Truly a God incarnate.

I Meme Everything #TeamRodan

Jul-05-2019 7:57 PM

^You'll see.

"Part of the journey is the end..."

Emperor GorillaGodzilla #TeamGodzilla

Jul-05-2019 9:34 PM

Perfect introduction

Whatever it takes.

TheLazyFish #TeamGodzilla

Jul-05-2019 9:46 PM

Nice, but one nitpick though... or three. Where did Rodan go, when did Mothra even get to the crater, and why did Godzilla give her a look of respect, but not Rodan? Where is he now?  Other than that, great start to your sequel!

"If people weren't lazy, we'd get nothing done," TheLazyFish, January 30, 2019.

Xenotaris #TeamMothra

Jul-05-2019 10:58 PM

Wait why is Rodan in the Permian period? Isn't he a pterosaur of some kind?

I Meme Everything #TeamRodan

Jul-06-2019 6:14 PM

Added some music. Mothra was in Switzerland and Rodan was still at the crater in Siberia because of his heavy injuries. Btw he's an ancestor of pterosaurs in this universe.

"Part of the journey is the end..."

Xenotaris #TeamMothra

Jul-06-2019 7:52 PM

Okay if he is the ancestor of pterosauromorphs does he resemble more of a basal pterosauromorph or does he resemble a pteranodon? Sorry for these questions, just curious.

I Meme Everything #TeamRodan

Jul-07-2019 7:52 PM

^He uses the Monsterverse design.

"Part of the journey is the end..."

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