So who drew the short straw? It's me, huh?
- 1 Character Description
- 2 History
- 3 Gallery
- 4 References
- 5 Comments
Adam volunteered to join the mission to return to the Earth's surface and attempt to reclaim the planet from Godzilla. Adam was called into action by Haruo Sakaki and tasked with leading the Hover Bike fleet alongside Major Rilu-elu Belu-be to attempt to lure Godzilla into the Tanzawa Pass. The bikes were able to draw Godzilla's attention and began leading him toward the trap point, however their numbers were reduced by a flock of Servum and retaliation from Godzilla. With time running out, Haruo ordered Adam to break from the formation and assemble six ace pilots for the remaining Landing Ships. Adam obliged, leaving command of the Hover Bike fleet to Belu-be. Adam and the other pilots took command of the Landing Ships and flew in front of Godzilla, dropping Thermo-Pressure Warheads to create a path leading Godzilla directly into the Pass. Godzilla targeted Adam's ship with his atomic breath, and per Haruo's orders Adam jettisoned before the craft was hit and destroyed. Adam survived the ejection and reunited with the other forces after they successfully destroyed Godzilla. However, Martin Lazzari pointed out that the Godzilla they killed likely wasn't the same individual that drove humanity from Earth, and true to his hypothesis the original Godzilla emerged from a nearby mountain, now grown to over 300 meters in height. Haruo ordered for everyone to retreat, and Adam and many of the other soldiers attempted to flee on Hover Bikes. Godzilla destroyed most of the escaping forces with his Super Oscillatory Wave attack and a shockwave from his tail, leaving Adam's fate unknown.
To be added.
This is a list of references for Adam Bindewald. These citations are used to identify the reliable sources on which this article is based. These references appear inside articles in the form of superscript numbers, which look like this: 
Showing 0 comments. Remember to follow the civility guidelines when commenting.