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Kong vs Godzilla Earth

Kong vs Godzilla Earth

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BaragonMember178 XPJan-11-2022 11:58 AMTeam Godzilla

How many Kongs would it take to take down Godzilla Earth? All combatants are scaled to the same size.

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SasquaDash

AnguirusMember1030 XPJan-11-2022 12:08 PMTeam Godzilla

How many Kongs would it take to take down Godzilla Earth?

 

"Neither beast nor man. Something monstrous."

SasquaDash

AnguirusMember1030 XPJan-11-2022 12:18 PMTeam Godzilla

I joke, but considering how the end of The Planet Eater implied that Godzilla Earth was actually killed when Haruo (AKA Mopey McScreamington) crashed into him it would probably take less than 10 Kongs to defeat him...

"Neither beast nor man. Something monstrous."

HinikunaGoji

GiganMember3129 XPJan-11-2022 12:43 PMTeam Ghidorah

SasquaDash

He mellows out in the third movie, then he’s more interesting 

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HinikunaGoji

GiganMember3129 XPJan-11-2022 12:43 PMTeam Ghidorah

SasquaDash

Thats ignoring everything in the prequel novels…

expecting the worst, sets you up for thr worst

SasquaDash

AnguirusMember1030 XPJan-11-2022 1:06 PMTeam Godzilla

HinikunaGoji

The Planet Eater ends with Haruo flying into Godzilla and Godzilla being engulfed in a giant explosion. The fact that Godzilla is never mentioned again and the Houtua and humans then start worshiping Haruo as "their wrathful lord" kind of implies that Haruo "wrath" killed Godzilla (apparently he was able to survive several nukes when he was 165ft tall, yet one human in a flying mech suit defeated him by smacking into him, when he was over 980ft tall). So by that logic, the Polygon films themselves contradict the prequel novels... 

Haruo mellows out somewhat in The Planet Eater, but he doesn't really become that interesting in my opinion, he mostly just goes from being obnoxious to slightly less annoying and bland.

"Neither beast nor man. Something monstrous."

G. H. (Gman)

GiganAdmin4521 XPJan-11-2022 2:47 PMTeam Ghidorah

The theory that Haruo's suicide run killed Godzilla is a new one. I don't see that implied at all. He walked away from enough things exploding against him in that trilogy to accept he's fine. Besides, as established in the first movie, his shield was up when the vulture crashed.

And if that's not enough, official supplementary sources confirm Godzilla Earth is alive and kicking having, "ended human resistance" against him.

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Reaper's Wineglass

Mothra LarvaeMember53 XPJan-11-2022 2:48 PM

The explosion at the end of The Planet Eater did not kill Godzilla. That was just a really weird-ass way they ended the trilogy with Harou crashing into Godzilla. Godzilla felt nothing and went along his day.

HinikunaGoji

GiganMember3129 XPJan-11-2022 3:54 PMTeam Ghidorah

SasquaDash

The suicide crash didn’t kill Godzilla, it just prevented humanity from having to have conflict with him in the future. Nothing is implied that Godzilla dies…..

Im confused

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SasquaDash

AnguirusMember1030 XPJan-11-2022 5:08 PMTeam Godzilla

I wasn't saying that it was 100% confirmed that it killed him, I was saying that it seemed like it might have been implied. The explosion that engulfed Godzilla seemed a bit too big to just be caused by the vulture and Haruo colliding with him and the fact that Haruo is then worshiped as a god of wrath, makes it almost seem like the suicide crash defeated Godzilla and the Houtua started viewing Haruo as a deity because of it. If Godzilla Earth was completely unharmed by that crash, then the movie did a pretty poor job at showing it. 

"Neither beast nor man. Something monstrous."

HinikunaGoji

GiganMember3129 XPJan-11-2022 6:19 PMTeam Ghidorah

SasquaDash

I have watched this movie multiple times, the vulture doesn’t even hit Godzilla and the explosion doesn’t engulf him at the end of planet eater. Godzilla blows him up with his atomic breath before anything could happen.

It wasn’t literally defeating Godzilla, it was accepting him and ending the cycle. Haruo was perpetuating the negative things humanity would do if he stayed alive. 

also when is haruo worshipped? The closest is that he’s made a hero by metphies.

I’ve literally just rechecked the ending scene and what you’ve described doesn’t really seem to have happened.

 

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SasquaDash

AnguirusMember1030 XPJan-11-2022 6:45 PMTeam Godzilla

HinikunaGoji

In the post credit epilogue scene, a group of Houtua are seen doing a ritual, praying to the "Wrathful One" with the children (one is implied to be the descendant of Haruo) presenting ornaments that represent what they fear around an effigy that is based on the appearance of the vulture mech suit that Haruo pilots at during his suicide crash. So it's heavily implied that the Wrathful One is Haruo.

"Neither beast nor man. Something monstrous."

G. H. (Gman)

GiganAdmin4521 XPJan-11-2022 8:15 PMTeam Ghidorah

Yes, but the post-credit scene doesn't support (or refute for that matter) Godzilla was killed either. It's solely about Haruo's legacy.

The trilogy is littered with enough context to indicate it did no harm to Godzilla. In fact I never even considered Godzilla might have been harmed in any form in that scene.

"'Nostalgic' does not equal 'good,' and 'standards' does not equal 'elitism.'" "Being offended is inevitable. Living offended is your choice."

SasquaDash

AnguirusMember1030 XPJan-11-2022 8:22 PMTeam Godzilla

G. H. (Gman)

The movie's ending seemed a bit too vague on what happened to Godzilla, I've seen other comments from some fans online questioning if Godzilla potentially died at the end of trilogy.

"Neither beast nor man. Something monstrous."

G. H. (Gman)

GiganAdmin4521 XPJan-11-2022 8:28 PMTeam Ghidorah

Weird. Never would've questioned it.

"'Nostalgic' does not equal 'good,' and 'standards' does not equal 'elitism.'" "Being offended is inevitable. Living offended is your choice."

HinikunaGoji

GiganMember3129 XPJan-11-2022 9:54 PMTeam Ghidorah

The explosion is tiny and happens in front of him.

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