- 1 History
- 2 Gallery
- 3 Trivia
- 4 References
- 5 Comments
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While Unberto Mori, Takeshi J. Hamamoto, and Halu-elu Dolu-do discussed what course of action to pursue after learning that Godzilla Earth had destroyed the United Earth landing forces, Endurph asked a controller what the range of Godzilla's atomic breath was. Her results showed that his atomic breath would pierce the atmosphere and strike the Aratrum. Dolu-do and Hamamoto argued about whether or not to withdraw from Earth, with Endurph adding that he and the Exif were opposed to any course of action that abandoned potential survivors. Mori compromised by retreating to the Moon's orbit and sending Reconnaissance Drones to Earth to search for survivors. If after two days none were found, the Aratrum would abandon Earth.
Endurph greeted a returning Landing Ship from Earth alongside the rest of the Central Committee, where it was revealed that the only occupants were Corporal Marco Ghione and two other soldiers, and Captain Haruo Sakaki and many others had stayed behind. Endurph was later seen preaching to many passengers on the ship about vanquishing Godzilla, and the promised day their God would return to them.
After Godzilla Earth destroyed Mechagodzilla City, Endurph sat in on a Central Committee meeting concerning Captain Haruo Sakaki's actions during the battle. As the human and Bilusaludo leaders argued over whether Sakaki was a hero or a traitor, Endurph left without a word. Soon Metphies contacted him telepathically and told him to star the ritual to summon their god, Ghidorah. Followers of the Exif cult on both the Aratrum and on Earth chanted words to call him forth. Manifesting near the Aratrum, the space monster wasted little time in destroying the Aratrum, killing Endurph and all others aboard.
Endurph (right) with his archbishop Metphies
- Endurph's name is never spoken onscreen in any of his appearances, though it appears in the credits for all three films.
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