Do you think Godzilla 2014 is weaker than Heisei?1,348 Views22 RepliesAdd A Reply
Could Godzilla 2014 be weaker than Heisei, Compare their atomic rays and Their battles, what do you think?
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wth, good question. My calculations have been complete. Legendary & heisei almost have the same strength but Legendary goji is stronger.
depends, really. 2019 yeah probably but im not sure about strictly 2014.
Legendary Goji in a landslide
he’s in water…..
s w I m m i n g
M E N A C I N G L Y...
And now he rises....
If it's specifically 2014, then any version of the Heisei Godzilla is going to trounce 2014. 2019-2021 is a little harder. One shot a hole through the world and the other had enough power to blow it up.
Of course this is all dependent on the writer and who they want to win in the story. Example:
Heisei Godzilla and Monsterverse Godzilla confront each other, grimacing like two old gunslingers ready for their final bout. The energy from their spines illuminates the night sky, overloading nearby light posts and igniting a frenzy of sparks among the city streets. Heisei Godzilla snarls; his lip curls and he flails his open maw as the familiar roar shatters glass across blocks of skyscrapers. Shards continue to explode around the Monsterverse Godzilla, as both break the city's silence with their deafening shrieks. Their tails and claws lash aggressively--the charge is coming. The battle of kings is about to commence. Finally, when both lunge forward, Monsterverse Godzilla steps on a human sized banana peel. After slipping on the discarded skin, he smashes his head into a nearby radio tower that impales his skull.
Heisei Godzilla shrugs and goes home to reprimand Little Godzilla for playing with Space Godzilla's corpse.
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"Do as you like." - Goro Maki, Shin Godzilla
The question is whether the giant banana peel came from monsterverse or the Hesei era
Probably the M78 Ultraman universe.
Oh my Godzilla.
Anyhow what if both Godzillas went nuclear? Which would outlast the other?
Legendary's burning form is temporary, whereas Heisei's is permanent until he explodes or melts down. Additionally as time goes on his power only gets greater and greater until pop goes the planet.
Ok Heisei wins in Nuclear.
But I think without nuclear Legendary can probably win.
Y'know, on the topic of Burning Godzilla, I've never liked the idea of it being used as a finishing move. It's a problem I had with the latter Heisei films and the silly Spiral Ray. It's like someone hit the Final Smash ball or something. It's really easy.
I don't give Godzilla vs. Destoroyah a lot of credit, but something I do enjoy about Burning Godzilla is it's less of a power up and more like cancer. It's a terminal disease and the side effect is Godzilla's power grows greater and greater until he takes the planet with him. It's really an ingenious invention by Kazuki Omori to portray the dangers of nuclear power and how even Godzilla wasn't entirely impervious to its effects. It resulted in a form that was going to punish humanity once and for all due to the constant, inappropriate use of nuclear power and weapons. The form alone had a lot to say.
But Burning Godzilla in King of the Monsters is essentially just someone hitting "B" on a Switch controller--none of the same symbolism, ramifications or stakes as the form was initially invented for. Just a bunch of stardust power from a dead Mothra in the same way Rodan gave Godzilla the Spiral Ray in Godzilla vs. MechaGodzilla II--Which has the same "player 1" problem.
that's actually a really good sentiment. i never thought of it that way
Yup. I mean Godzilla's way too big for Smash but his final smash would probably be an inescapable nuclear burning blast. Never thought about that until now.
i mean, ridley was also too big for smash and guess who showed up in ultimate.
He could be a great boss actually.
anyways, lets get on topic