King Ghidorah and MUTOs1,366 Views7 RepliesAdd A Reply
MUTOs have the ability to send out EMP attacks; King Ghidorah, in most of incarnation and particularlly in GMK, uses electrical bolts. Is it possible, should King Ghidorah be in the sequel, he did not attack earth because of the MUTOs? Now that all the MUTOs are pretty much extinct, he might appear?
well there not really electrical bolts, there gravity beams last i heard
They are Gravity Beams. So I think it wouldn't matter to King Ghidorah if the MUTOs were extinct or not. Besides, he has his strength and 3 constricting necks. He doesn't necessarliy need his Gravity Beams to fight.
Even thougth they are not electric beams, having the MUTOS einctxt afect the ecosistem would be a good idea, i mean serisawa whas wrong, by killing both MUTOS godzilla didn't creat balance he destroyed it, scince MUTOS controll the Godzilla population and vice versa
Evacuate?, Godzilla is just a Legend!-Woman in GMK
pretty sure theres only one godzilla and if there isnt theres probably just a baby or the egg that will become a baby. having more than two godzillas at a time kind of takes the magic out of him. the only reason the baby wouldnt is because godzilla will need a replacement in some point when he most likely dies of old age
Perhaps because there are different types of mutos (Godzilla, Mothra, KG, MUTO), they will give a nod to an old Goji foe in the sequel and call the first films MUTOs Gigan or Megalon? Just for their record books?
I think that the Mutos would be killed by MV King Ghidorah easily in a matter of minutes.
Yep. Maybe the muto prime could stalemate it but it's not canon i think