70s showa villains Vs Godzilla 19845,924 Views4 RepliesAdd A Reply
Titanosaurus, Mechagodzilla, Megalon and Gigan Vs Godzilla 1984
Rules: I’m using the 74 version of Mechagodzilla. Using Gigan 72 not 73. Sizes are scaled.
Goji 1984 is the hesei Gojira so, I don't see the need of having that specified.
Hesei usually uses ranged attacks so he'd land his heat ray on titanosaurus, while gigan and mecha G would fly over it. Megalon would dig into the ground under the ray and beneath godzilla. Goji would try to hit the flying kaijus only to have titanosaurus attack hime from the front. The two kaiju would wrestle, and fall into unstable ground from megalon's burrows. While falling, goji would would blast titanosaurus, with heat ray, while it was distracted. This would finish the particularly unmemorable kaiju. Megalon would attack goji from behind with bombs, only to be knocked over by a tail swing. Goji goes to finish of megalon, but gigan takes advantage of this and flies right at him buzzsaw activated. During this megalon burrows underground again. Hmm, and cant think of an ending, but i dont know who will win
It does need to be specified Because it’s a specific kind of Heisei Godzilla. For example look at 84, 89, 91, same monster but very different Godzillas in terms of appearance and feats.
cant just say “Heisei Godzilla “ if you’re putting him in a match. It’s like which incarnation of the Heisei Godzilla.
Godzilla is straight up SCREWED here. Gigan and Megalon are a very capable duo, and Mechagodzilla is the main threat here, being a massive powerhouse. Titanosaurus is a threat in his own right, and all four of them working together means Godzilla is NOT coming out of this alive.
Zwei Wing is the best singing duo. Change my mind.
I agree @Gmkgoji.