Giant Water Beetle
The Giant Water Beetle (巨大ウォーター・ビートル is a giant insect Kyodai Uōtā Bītoru)monster created by TriStar Pictures that appears in the second episode of season two of Godzilla: The Series, entitled "Cash of the Titans."
Design[edit | edit source]
The Giant Water Beetle has a large brown abdomen with a lighter underside. The Giant Water Beetle's thorax has six legs with four fingers on each foot, two grey armor plates with two spikes on the first plate and four on the second plate. The Giant Water Beetle's head has two orange eyes, two nostrils, two pincers, a split jaw with two teeth on both sides, and two large mandibles.
History[edit | edit source]
Though its origins are unknown, at some point the Giant Water Beetle was captured by Maximilian Spiel and was brought to fight in his mutation fighting ring. The Giant Water Beetle was used to attack H.E.A.T. headquarters to distract the team's members as Spiel's men kidnapped Godzilla so he could be brought to fight in the ring, Giant Water Beetle met Godzilla again in the arena, but was overlooked in favor of Rhinosaurus. The members of H.E.A.T. that were also trapped in the ring picked up pieces of Rhinosaurus' horn and stabbed the Giant Water Beetle's legs with them. This caused the Giant Water Beetle to run into Godzilla's line of sight, and he was thrown into the arena's control tower, where he pinned down Maximilian Spiel under his weight.
Abilities[edit | edit source]
Ammonium Nitrate[edit | edit source]
The Giant Water Beetle can emit Ammonium Nitrate, a lethal gas, from its nostrils.
Amphibiousness[edit | edit source]
Due to being a large water beetle, the creature is an adept swimmer.
Weaknesses[edit | edit source]
The Giant Water Beetle can easily have its nostrils blocked. Due to just being a large water beetle, the creature can easily be thrown around by much larger enemies. The Giant Water Beetle is not that durable as H.E.A.T. was able to make its legs bleed after stabbing them with pieces of Rhinosaurus' horn.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
- Main article: Giant Water Beetle/Gallery.
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