Godzilla Battle Line piece descriptions

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The following is a transcript of the piece descriptions from Godzilla Battle Line as they appear in game update, listed in alphabetical order. Spelling errors have been preserved.

Name Appeared in Description
Air Base
SHIN GODZILLA (2016) This is the air base from which AH-64D Apache helicopters are deployed. These same helicopters served as the front line force during Phase 1 of Operation Taba. During a reconnaissance in force, they fired round after round from their M230 Chain Guns directly at Godzilla's head. As part of their simultaneous attack, the helicopters also attempted to bring down Godzilla with AGM-114 Hellfire missiles.
Godzilla Raids Again (1955) Anguirus has the distinction of being the very first monster in the franchise to clash with Godzilla. He is believed to be an Ankylosaurus that was frozen for 150 million years before being awakened by hydrogen and nuclear bomb tests, just like Godzilla. His five brains, located in his skull and limbs, make Anguirus highly alert and agile. Anguirus's battle with Godzilla began on Iwato Island, before they both crossed the ocean, came ashore in Osaka and began destroying the entire city. Although the two were evenly matched, Anguirus eventually took a bite to the neck and fell victim to Godzilla's mighty Heat Ray.
B-2 Spirit Stealth Bomber
SHIN GODZILLA (2016) The B-2 Spirit Stealth Bomber is a strategic bomber belonging to the US Air Force. After being dispatched to Tokyo to defend the embassy, the bombers were used to attack Godzilla with Massive Ordinance Penetrator (MOP II) bombs as part of Japan's request for military support. Although a total of three bombers were deployed, they proved no match for Godzilla's Heat Ray.
Battra (Larva)
Godzilla vs. Mothra (1992) Mothra's counterpart, Battra was created by the Earth itself as a defense mechanism against environmental pollution. Battra made it his mission to destroy the entire human race. After being awakened by a meteorite impact, Battra set his sights on Mothra and came ashore in Japan. He surfaced in Nagoya to wreak havoc on the city. While Battra devastated most of the JSDF, he retreated underground after being attacked by Double Maser Tanks and MBT-MB92 Maser Cannons, later reemerging off the coast of the Philippines. Battra intervened in the battle between Godzilla and Mothra, attacking the newly hatched Mothra and fighting fiercely against Godzilla. However, both he and Godzilla were swallowed up by an underwater volcano.
Battra (Imago)
Godzilla vs. Mothra (1992) When Mothra became an Imago, Battra also instantly metamorphosed into his Imago Form with a flash of light. Despite being enemies with Mothra for a time, the two fought alongside each other in the battle against Godzilla. Afterward, Battra shared his true mission with Mothra, and the two attempted to carry Godzilla through the sky. However, Godzilla suddenly awoke and bit Battra's throat, fatally wounding him. Battra struggled onward, carrying Godzilla out over the northern sea, and the two of them sunk into its depths.
Biollante (Flower Beast Form)
Godzilla vs. Biollante (1989) Biollante was created when Dr. Shiragami, an authority on genetic engineering, spliced Godzilla's cells into a rose containing the genes of his own deceased daughter Erika. Although at first an ordinary rose, the G-cells' effects soon became apparent when the monster began strangling humans with her vines. Biollante then took root at Lake Ashi, having blossomed into a giant rose. When Godzilla suddenly appeared, as though drawn by their shared genetic makeup, Biollante used her vines with sharp-toothed mouths at their tips to attack him. Godzilla managed to set Biollante aflame with his Heat Wave, causing her to dissolve into glowing spores that floated away into the sky.
Biollante (Plant Beast Form)
Godzilla vs. Biollante (1989) Being blasted by Godzilla's Heat Wave during their battle had a terrifying effect on Biollante, causing her to evolve from her giant rose-like form into a far more threatening monster with an enormous head similar to that of a crocodile. After Biollante's glowing spores rained down from the sky, they quickly transformed, and the ground split open as Biollante emerged to fight Godzilla once more. Now heavier and with more vines than in her Flower Beast Form, Biollante became able to propel herself quickly across the ground despite her plant-like body. She came to surpass Godzilla in size, and proved a formidable enemy due to her toxic yellow sap and vines with sharp-toothed mouths at their tips. In the end, Biollante regained her human consciousness and dissolved once more into glowing spores to retreat into space.
Burning Godzilla
Godzilla vs. Destoroyah (1995) The explosion of uranium deposits on Baas Island had the horrifying effect of increasing Godzilla's radioactivity to a dangerous level. After destroying a town in Hong Kong and setting course for a nuclear power plant in Shikoku, Godzilla was hit by a cadmium missile fired by the Super X III. While the missile prevented Godzilla from causing a nuclear explosion, a meltdown was clearly imminent as his core temperature continued to rise. He fought a final fight to the death against Destoroyah, the monster created by the Oxygen Destroyer used against Godzilla in 1954.
Rebirth of Mothra (1996) Desghidorah was responsible for reducing countless planets into uninhabitable wastelands until his reign of terror came to an end 65 million years ago when he was defeated by an ancestor of Mothra. The ancient Elias civilization then sealed Desghidorah inside a stone tomb in Hokkaido. However, the tomb was later discovered by humans, leading to the awakening and release of Desghidorah in present-day Japan.
While the awakened Desghidorah was at first unable to fly and struggled against the adult Mothra, he fought viciously and succeeded in overpowering both Mothra and her larva. Tricked by Mothra into destroying a dam, Desghidorah was swallowed up by the torrent of water, but regained his full strength by harvesting energy from the Earth itself. Desghidorah was finally defeated in a fierce battle against the now metamorphosed descendant of Mothra, Mothra Leo, and was once again sealed away by the Elias people.
Destoroyah (Aggregate Form)
Godzilla vs. Destoroyah (1995) Upon being cornered by the Japanese Self Defense Force (SDF), several Juvenile Form Destoroyahs merged into a single, gigantic Aggregate Form. Far more powerful and resilient than ever before, Destoroyah was able to quickly devastate the SDF's attack. This was aided by the dramatic increase in the concentration of Micro-Oxygen in its body, enabling it to shoot a highly destructive beam from its mouth. The Aggregate Form Destoroyah engaged Godzilla Jr. in a battle in the Tokyo Bay area, and although Destoroyah was able to deal some damage with its Micro-Oxygen beams, Godzilla Jr. used its Heat Ray to successfully beat the monster back.
Destoroyah (Flying Form)
Godzilla vs. Destoroyah (1995) Unlike in its previous forms, Destoroyah can switch between its Aggregate Form and Flying Form at will. The monster uses its wings to soar through the sky, spewing Micro-Oxygen from its legs. After attacking Godzilla Jr. from the sky above Tokyo Bay, Destoroyah was struck down by Godzilla Jr.'s Heat Ray. It then transformed into its Aggregate Form to gain the upper hand on the ground, only to take another powerful blow from Godzilla Jr. After returning to its Flying Form to escape, Destoroyah was blasted by Godzilla Jr.'s Heat Ray, sending it flying into a nearby power plant and causing a tremendous explosion.
Destoroyah (Perfect Form)
Godzilla vs. Destoroyah (1995) Having met its match in Godzilla Jr.'s Heat Ray, Destoroyah evolved into its Perfect Form. Even larger than Godzilla, Destoroyah can fly in this form and use the horn protruding from its forehead to slash up its opponent while expelling Micro-Oxygen in an attack known as the Variable Slicer. Upon confronting Godzilla and Godzilla Jr. in its Perfect Form, Destoroyah snatched up Godzilla Jr. and dropped him from high in the sky, killing the small monster. Faced with a furious Godzilla enraged at the loss of Godzilla Jr., Destoroyah put on a powerful show in its Perfect Form, but was quickly dispatched by Godzilla. It then split into multiple Aggregate Form Destoroyahs to mount a surprise attack, only to be obliterated by Godzilla. Destoroyah made a final return in its Perfect Form, but the intense heat generated by Godzilla as he neared meltdown burned Destoroyah so badly it was forced to retreat. Destoroyah was then hit by a full-scale attack from the Japanese Self Defense Force, including Super X3, and sent crashing to the ground to die in a fiery explosion.
Destoroyah (Larva)
Godzilla vs. Destoroyah (1995) Destoroyah is a trilobite-like crustacean believed to have lived 2.5 billion years ago in the Precambrian era, when there was almost no oxygen on Earth. While he long lay dormant in ancient strata, he was awakened when the Oxygen Destroyer used against Godzilla depleted the oxygen in the area, and he then evolved abnormally to adapt to the oxygen-rich atmosphere of today. When Destoroyah emerged from the water to walk on the surface in his Juvenile Form, he had six spider-like legs and a scissor-tipped tail used to capture his prey. Destoroyah is extremely hostile, and mounted aggressive attacks against the metropolitan police and JSDF.
Dimension Tide
Godzilla vs. Megaguirus (2000) The Dimension Tide is an anti-Godzilla weapon that generates a small black hole to obliterate an estimated area of 100 square meters. It was developed by the elite anti-Godzilla unit of the JSDF by applying the principles of plasma energy. While the small black hole created by the Dimension Tide's ultra-micro particle accelerator is exceptionally powerful, it has a one hour cooldown period and thus cannot be fired continuously.
Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah (1991) Dorat are a new species of pet genetically engineered using 23rd century biotechnology. Although they ordinarily look adorable and lack any malicious intent or fighting ability, the exposure of three Dorat to a hydrogen bomb test caused them to merge together and mutate into King Ghidorah. In fact, this mutation was all a part of a scheme orchestrated by time-traveling members of the Equal Environment Earth Union to create a ferocious monster capable of attacking Japan.
Energy Refueling Base
No previous appearances. Making its first appearance in Godzilla Battle Line, the Energy Refueling Base drains energy from the earth for use in refueling at a low cost. The base is not capable of launching any attacks itself, but instead provides important logistic support.
Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance (2009) A test type Multipurpose Humanoid Decisive Weapon built to destroy Angels. It is piloted by Rei Ayanami. It wields a giant Shield the height of its body. Like the Angels, it can deploy an A.T. Field to protect itself against attacks.
Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance (2009) Evangelion Unit-01 is a test type Multipurpose Humanoid Decisive Weapon built for the purpose of destroying Angels. It is piloted by Shinji Ikari. In addition to performing physical attacks, it can utilize various weapons including a Gatling gun, Progressive Knife, and Positron Rifle. Like the Angels, it can deploy an A.T. Field to protect itself against attacks.
Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance (2009) A Production Model Multipurpose Humanoid Decisive Weapon built to destroy Angels. It is piloted by Asuka Shikinami Langley and Mari Makinami Illustrious. It is equipped with a variety of weapons, including the Thunder Spear and Super Electromagnetic Crossbow Gun. It is capable of transforming into a specialized combat form—Beast Mode—activated by a secret code. Like the Angels, it can deploy an A.T. Field to protect itself against attacks.
Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo (2012) A Multipurpose Humanoid Decisive Weapon. It is piloted by Mari Makinami Illustrious. In addition to performing physical attacks, it wields firearms including a sniper rifle and handgun.
Fire Rodan
Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla II (1993) Although once defeated by Godzilla, Rodan was later revived as the even more formidable Fire Rodan due the powers of an ancient plant. In the process, he developed the ability to emit uranium heat beams.
Guided by Babygodzilla's cry for help, Fire Rodan flew over Japan to intercept a helicopter carrying the baby monster, with the shockwaves generated by his wings alone devastating Sendai.
When Mechagodzilla and Garuda were deployed in pursuit of Fire Rodan, the monster put up a strong fight, bringing down Garuda and destroying Mechagodzilla's right eye. However, Mechagodzilla's plasma grenade ultimately proved too much for Fire Rodan. In his dying moments, he answered the cries of Babygodzilla once more, reviving Godzilla by transferring his remaining life force to him.
Freezing Sonde
Son of Godzilla (1967) The Freezing Sonde was used in the "Sherbet Plan", a United Nations-led weather control experiment seeking to facilitate food cultivation in previously unsuitable climates, thereby preventing future food shortages. The launch on Sollgel Island failed initially due to a mysterious interference, but the experiment proved successful on its second launch, covering the entire island, along with monsters including Godzilla, Minilla, and Kumonga, in a freezing blizzard.
Giant Octopus
King Kong vs. Godzilla (1962) This enormous octopus lives in the waters around Faro Island in the Solomon Islands.
One evening, Giant Octopus came ashore on Faro Island and attacked the residents, only to be confronted by King Kong.
While Giant Octopus fought back with its long tentacles, clamping down on its opponent's head, it proved no match for Kong, who delivered a severe beating to the octopus before it fled into the ocean.
Godzilla vs. Gigan (1972) Gigan is a space dinosaur that was transformed into a cyborg monster by the M Space Hunter Nebula Aliens. He invaded Earth in tandem with King Ghidorah. Controlled by the Nebula Aliens from their Godzilla Tower, Gigan and King Ghidorah launched a campaign of mass destruction, and engaged in a fierce battle with Godzilla and Anguirus. Despite beginning the battle on top, the destruction of Godzilla Tower left Gigan and King Ghidorah without any command to follow, and bickering soon broke out between the two. With the tide f battle turned against Gigan, he eventually fled into space.
Godzilla Final Wars (2004) A cyborg monster composed of both of organic and machine tissue. Journeying to Earth from outer space 12,000 years ago, Gigan caused great destruction before being defeated by Mothra. After Gigan's mummified corpse was discovered off the coast of Hokkaido, he was reactivated by the Controller of Xilien.
Gigan fought with Godzilla in Antarctica, with the battle coming to an end when Godzilla decapitated Gigan with Heat Ray.
Gigan was then rebuilt with a modified head and chainsaw arms, and put up a tough fight against Mothra in Tokyo.
However, it was ultimately decapitated by its own razor disc weapons and defeated by Mothra.
Godzilla (1954) A giant monster who mysteriously appeared in the seas around Japan following hydrogen bomb tests. He was named "Godzilla" by Dr. Yamane, based on the ancient folklore of the people of Odo Island. Godzilla attacked Tokyo twice, destroying the Ginza distrust and National Diet Building in the process. The sight of a devastated Tokyo caused young scientist Dr. Serizawa great anguish. Despite fearing the immense destructive potential of his own research into chemical reactions, Dr. Serizawa also recognized that it held the only key to fighting back against Godzilla, and ultimately agreed to its use.
The Oxygen Destroyer, a terrifying underwater weapon of mass destruction, was successful in killing Godzilla, even dissolving his skeleton. Dr. Serizawa, however, was determined to prevent the misuse of his research, and sacrificed his own life to ensure its details would remain secret forever.
Godzilla vs. Biollante (1989) Imprisoned within Mount Mihara following the attack of 1984, Godzilla was awakened five years later by a man-made volcanic eruption. With the JSDF and Super X2 failing to stop him, Godzilla came ashore in mainland Japan and faced off against Biollante at Lake Ashi. Their brutal clash came to a spectacular end when Godzilla blasted Biollante with his Heat Ray, causing her to burst into flames. Godzilla then disappeared into Suruga Bay, before resurfacing to destroy Osaka. Just as Godzilla was preparing to attack the nuclear power plants in Wakasa Bay, Biollante appeared in her evolved form for a final showdown.
Godzilla Final Wars (2004) The King of the Monsters, Godzilla was initially awakened due to the environmental destruction caused by unending nuclear tests and warfare. Although at one point sealed in Antarctica by the Gotengo, Godzilla was released in the year 20XX as "Earth's Ultimate Weapon" in the fight against the Xilien alien force's invasion and the monsters under their control. In a display of tremendous power, Godzilla defeated every single monster the Xiliens sent to stop him approaching their mother ship, until only Monster X/Kaizer Ghidorah, summoned from outer space, stood in the way. Their fierce battle almost cost Godzilla his life, but Godzilla was able to triumph over Kaizer Ghidorah with the help of the New Gotengo. Although Godzilla's fury at mankind remained unabated, he was persuaded by Minilla to choose forgiveness and depart peacefully.
Godzilla vs. Kong (2021) Godzilla, the King of Destruction, emerges suddenly from the dark depths of the ocean with a thundering roar, unleashing his terrifying atomic breath on all that surrounds him. No one - not even the secret defense organization Monarch - can determine what it is that causes the King of the Monsters to begin raging against cities all over the globe. Whatever the cause may be, this former guardian of humanity, now more powerful and aggressive than ever, has plunged the world into crisis once more. With no way to predict where Godzilla will appear next, the only thing we can know for certain is that when Godzilla encounters Kong, an ultimate showdown will erupt from which only one titan can emerge.
Godzilla (Second Form)
SHIN GODZILLA (2016) A giant amphibian-like creature spotted off the coast in Tokyo Bay.
While it has large gills, there are signs that it has begun adapting to a terrestrial environment. Its arms are incompletely formed, and it moves on its belly, using its large hind limbs to propel itself forward.
It swam up a river towards the Tokyo area before defying the predictions of government officials by coming ashore in Kamata. There, it destroyed ships and buildings with its giant body, and left radiation and foul-smelling secretions in its wake. It then suddenly stopped moving, before evolving into its next form.
Godzilla (Third Form)
SHIN GODZILLA (2016) The third form of a giant unidentified creature.
Now able to stand upright and walk on its hind legs, it has also developed a characteristic roar. A single swish of its tail is powerful enough to send a train stopped at Kitashinagawa Station flying. While helicopters were sent to attack it, the Prime Minister called off the operation. The monster then charged ahead, collapsing buildings and crushing vehicles, before disappearing into Tokyo Bay.
Godzilla (Fourth Form)
SHIN GODZILLA (2016) A creature now referred to as Godzilla in unofficial government discourse.
Its height is nearly double that of its third form, and its legs have become exceptionally large and muscular, while its arms are comparatively small. Its body produced tremendous heat, and its skin is thick and covering in glowing red lesions.
After Godzilla emerged in Kamakura, the JSDF set up a defense line at Tama River, but were unable to inflict any damage. Godzilla was then attacked by US stealth bombers, prompting it to unleash a Heat Ray so powerful it destroyed major areas of Tokyo and sent government operations into turmoil.
During Operation Yashiori, Godzilla used its Heat Ray and an atomic beam emitted from its tail to down wave after wave of drones.
Although Godzilla possessed an infinite capacity to generated energy through nuclear fission inside its own body, it was successfully frozen solid through the injection of a coagulating agent.
Godzilla Earth
GODZILLA: Planet of the Monsters (2017),
GODZILLA: City on the Edge of Battle (2018),
GODZILLA: The Planet Eater (2018)
The original Godzilla first appeared in the United States in the year 2030. After decimating human civilization until the last few survivors were forced to flee Earth, Godzilla continued to grow over the next 20,000 years, reaching a staggering 300 meters in height and weighing over 100,000 tons. During this period, the electromagnetic energy generated by his massive body also transformed the entire global ecosystem. In addition to his Heat Ray attack, Godzilla's booming roar releases an extremely powerful Super Oscillatory Wave capable of breaking down matter to the molecular level.
Godzilla loomed over the survivors who returned to Earth aboard the interstellar emigration vessel Aratrum, and decimated the forces sent to investigate the environmental changes.
Godzilla Terrestris
Godzilla Singular Point (2021) Godzilla has set himself ablaze and evolved to such an extent that he can be regarded as an entirely different species. He is capable of vulcanizing the target area in anticipation of an attack and rapidly regenerating tissue.
Godzilla Ultima
Godzilla Singular Point (2021) As a singularity, Godzilla continues to develop. It is thought that once fully grown, he will reach a higher state of existence. What will happen at that time remains a mystery.
Hedorah (Flying Stage)
Godzilla vs. Hedorah (1971) Hedorah originated as an unknown extraterrestrial creature that traveled to Earth on a comet and began to transform after feeding on toxic sludge in the ocean. It continued to develop by merging with multiple smaller members of its kind. After being blasted by Godzilla's Heat Ray, Hedorah transformed into its Flying Form, allowing it to spray gallons of sulfuric acid mist as it flew through the sky. This mist was so powerful that it dissolved everything below Hedorah's flight path, and the spreading of pollutants alone was responsibble for as many as 10 million casualties. With the toxicity of its own body able to dissolve even steel on contact, Hedorah proved to be one of Godzilla's most challenging opponents.
Hedorah (Mature Stage)
Godzilla vs. Hedorah (1971) Hedorah transformed into its Mature Stage during its ultimate battle with Godzilla, growing to such an enormous size it dwarfed even Godzilla himself. When angered, the slits on top of its head glow red. During the battle, Hedorah used its own toxic body and Hedrium Rays blasted from its eyes to dominate Godzilla. However, after Hedorah's vulnerability to dryness was discovered, it was able to be completely dried out and annihilated by a combination of Giant Electrodes prepared by the JSDF and Godzilla's Heat Ray.
Jet Jaguar
Godzilla vs. Megalon (1973) An advanced robot developed by inventor Goro Ibuki. Jet Jaguar was designed to perform rudimentary actions independently, such as greeting people, and can both comprehend human language and respond. Although human-sized and unarmed, it has the ability to fly and receive vocal instructions via a communicator resembling a pendant. Agents of the Undersea Kingdom of Seatopia seized control of Jet Jaguar and used it to guide the ancient guardian Megalon. However, Goro and his team were able to regain control of Jet Jaguar and sent it to Monster Island to obtain Godzilla's help in the battle against Megalon.
Jet Jaguar (Giant)
Godzilla vs. Megalon (1973) An advanced robot developed by inventor Goro Ibuki. After gaining Godzilla's support, Jet Jaguar developed a will of its own and grew to gigantic proportions. It fought bravely against Megalon, who had been awakened by the Undersea Kingdom of Seatopia to destroy humanity. However, when Gigan was dispatched by the Seatopians as backup, Jet Jaguar struggled in a two-on-one battle. In an act of heroism, Jet Jaguar held on until Godzilla's arrival, upon which the two formed a super team and emerged victorious. The battle concluded, Jet Jaguar returned to its original size and returned to Goro, seemingly having lost its free will.
Jet Jaguar
Godzilla Singular Point (2021) With the development of his legs having caught up, Jet Jaguar is now in his first complete form. He wields a spear acquired in his battle against Anguirus. Jet Jaguar has been equipped with an interactive interface and transformed into a remote-controlled robot.
Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah (1991) KIDS is a small time machine developed by the Earth Union Organization. The front portion has a built-in teleportation system that can be used to transport objects. KIDS was sent back in time to 1944 in order to transport Godzillasaurus from Lagos Island to the Bering Sea. It was later converted into the cockpit of Mecha-King Ghidorah, and returned to the future after the cyborg's defeat.
Son of Godzilla (1967) In their first appearance, the Kamacurus lived on Sollgel Island in the South Pacific, alongside Kumonga and Minilla. Originally large praying mantises, they were mutated into giant monsters by radiation from the Radioactivity Sonde and a heatwave caused by a failed weather control experiment. The Kamacurus typically live in swarms of three, with one such swarwm being responsible for digging up Minilla's egg and smashing it open. While they toyed with the helpless newborn Minilla, Godzilla's arrival to rescue Minilla spelled the end for two of the Kamacurus, and the remaining member was defeated by Kumonga.
Kamacurus Swarm
Son of Godzilla (1967) Inhabiting the isolated Sollgel Island in the South Pacific, it is believed that the Kamacurus were once praying mantises the size of cows, before they adapted to the island's abnormal environment and mutated into giant monsters. Unlike ordinary praying mantises, they are highly intelligent. The Kamacurus have a right forelimb shaped like a spear and a left forelimb shaped like a scythe, and are capable of hurling boulders. When they spread their wings, they can fly at speeds of Mach 0.5. In Godzilla Battle Line, they operate in even larger swarms, rendering them a more daunting threat than ever before.
King Caesar
Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla (1974) King Caesar is the guardian deity of the royal Azumi family of ancient Ryukyu; a monster of justice said to awaken when the Ryukyu Islands are in danger. King Caesar had been slumbering in a hidden cave within a cliff on Cape Manzamo, but was reawakened by Miyarabi's Prayer. He is a truly exceptional being, capable of absorbing Mechagodzilla's energy beams with his right eye, increasing their power tenfold, and then firing them back with his left eye. King Caesar also possesses formidable running and jumping ability, and fights aggressively by head-butting and tackling his enemies. Even though he was at one point outmatched, he managed to overcome Mechagodzilla by teaming up with Godzilla.
King Ghidorah
Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah (1991) King Ghidorah is a terrifying monster who attacked Japan in 1992, after Godzilla was erased from history as part of a scheme by time-traveling terrorists called Futurians. Able to be controlled by the Futurians using special sound waves, King Ghidorah is given orders via a computer on a time machine. In his battle against Godzilla, King Ghidorah used Gravity Beams fired from his mouth, Shock Waves, and aerial attacks to gain the upper hand, but became confused when the Futurians lost control over him, ultimately leading to his defeat. The remains of King Ghidorah were later salvaged and 23rd century technology was used to transform him into Mecha-King Ghidorah, ready to do battle with Godzilla once more.
Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla Type-3 Kiryu is an anti-G weapon developed by Dr. Yuhara and constructed around the skeleton of the first Godzilla, who was killed by the Oxygen Destroyer in 1954. He is piloted by Lieutenant Akane Yashiro. Although Type-3 Kiryu initially turned his multitude of weapons against the second Godzilla when he appeared during a test maneuver, Godzilla's mighty roar reawakened Type-3 Kiryu's memories of when he himself was Godzilla. Type-3 Kiryu then underwent significant modifications to nullify the the influence of the first Godzilla's spirit residing within him, and emerged to fight Godzilla once again. During this batlle, Type-3 Kiryu managed to blasted Godzilla with his Absolute Zero Cannon and succeeded in driving back the monster.
Kiryu kai
Godzilla: Tokyo SOS After being severely damaged in a fierce battle with Godzilla, Kiryu received extensive, year-long modifications, including the installation of new armaments. Following the reemergence of Godzilla, Kiryu was sent out to support Mothra in battle, despite its repairs being incomplete. Kiryu was rendered inoperable by Godzilla's Heat Ray during the battle, but was reactivated by mechanic Yoshito Chujo. Working together with two newly hatched Mothra larvae, Kiryu succeeded in severely wounding Godzilla while the larvae immobilized him. Following the battle, Kiryu and Yoshito set out to sea, carrying Godzilla toward the Japan Trench. However, Kiryu suddenly broke free of Yoshito's control mid-air, and plunged into the watery depths alongside Godzilla.
Godzilla vs. Kong (2021) Kong rises up! Kong has long fought fiercely to defend his territory against the fearsome creatures brought forth by the earth. He has grown up strong, developing a fighting style that overwhelms his opponents with his agility, tremendous jumping ability, and wild, unpredictable nature. As the last surviving King of Skull Island, Kong forms a powerful bond with a young orphaned girl named Gia. When a crisis forces Kong to leave Skull Island, the pair set out on a journey to find Kong a new home.
Markalite Cannon
The Mysterians (1957) The Markalite Cannon is a weapon equipped with a ray-emitting device resembling a parabolic antenna. The device is attached via four pillars to caterpillar tracks, which grant it some mobility. The antenna section is capable of firing highly destructive heat rays, as well as reflecting incoming rays, making the Markalite Cannon an integral weapon for both offense and defense.
Godzilla vs. Mothra (1992) This maser tank was developed as a successor to the MBT-MB92. Equipped with two maser cannons, it is capable of shooting down airborne enemies with ease. In the battle against Destoroyah, the maser cannons were replaced with new ultra-low temperature lasers, and the tanks were enhanced with frozen missile pods. The upgraded MBAW-93s were then used together with the Super X3 to put an icy end to Destoroyah.
MBAW-93 Unit Base
Godzilla vs. Mothra (1992) This is the base from which MBAW-93s are deployed. The stationed MBAW-93s, commonly known as Twin Maser Tanks, are equipped with two maser cannons, capable of downing airborne targets. The number and output of their maser cannons are inferior to that of their predecessor, the MBT-MB92, but when utilized alongside MBT-MB92s, they become a force to be reckoned with.
Mecha-King Ghidorah
Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah (1991) This cyborg monster is the product of highly advanced modifications performed on King Ghidorah, who had been submerged in a state of suspended animation for 300 years off the coast of Hokkaido. The central head, which was severed by Godzilla's Heat Ray, had been mechanized, and the body, wings, and shins have also received mechanical alterations. The time machine KIDS has been implanted in the base of the central neck as a cockpit from which Emmy Kano can control Mecha-King Ghidorah. The mechanical central head fires Laser Beams, while a large Machine Hand can be extended from the chest area to capture Godzilla. Mecha-King Ghidorah fought Godzilla near the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building before attempting to fly away with Godzilla restrained by its Machine Hand. However, Mecha-King Ghidorah received a direct hit from Godzilla's Heat Ray, and both monsters fell into the sea bellow.
Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla II (1993) Mechagodzilla is an anti-Godzilla superweapon built by the United Nations Godzilla Countermeasures Center. It is a product of reverse engineering using 23rd century technology salvaged from Mecha-King Ghidorah remnants found on the ocean floor. Mechagodzilla's battle with Godzilla began when the latter came ashore in search of Babygodzilla. Just as it seemed Godzilla would be defeated, trouble in Mechagodzilla's engine room caused a critical malfunction.
Mechagodzilla later returned, reinforced and remodeled with improved mobility and a new system enabling it to fuse with Garuda. On its second appearance, Mechagodzilla took on Fire Rodan, with the combination of its Mega Buster and Plasma Grenade sending Rodan crashing to the ground.
Godzilla vs. Kong (2021) An anti-Titan weapon developed by Apex Cybernetics to resemble Godzilla. Mechagodzilla can be remotely piloted from inside one of the skulls of King Ghidorah, whom Godzilla once defeated. Although initially employed by humankind in warefare, King Ghidorah's consciousness eventually possessed Mechagodzilla, causing the mechanical monster to go out of control. Once unleashed, Mechagodzilla destroyed Hong Kong and engaged in fierce battles with Kong and King Ghidorah's nemesis Godzilla.
Shin Ultraman (2022) Appearing as a man and referring to himself as "Ambassador Extraordinary and Extraterrestrial No. 0 Mefilas", he wished to monopolize humankind by transforming the population into powerful, unstoppable weapons through the Beta system. Mefilas invites Ultraman to join his plan for world domination, but is turned down. Ultraman then prevents Mefilas from handing over the Beta Box to the Japanese government, leading Mefilas to use the Beta Box to transform into his giant form and attack Ultraman. A fierce struggle ensues between the two, but when Mefilas notices that the arbiter Zōffy has arrived on Earth, he suddenly flees, taking the Beta Box with him.
Godzilla vs. Megaguirus (2000) Megaguirus is the ultimate predator form of Meganulon, having grown to a colossal size and molted her cocoon after being injected with energy by her Meganula subjects. As a predator at her peak, Megaguirus is highly territorial; she works to expand her territory by swiftly eliminating any surrounding enemies. This is believed to be why she attacked Godzilla with tremendous force when he entered her territory. Megaguirus's ability to fly at supersonic speeds, the movement of her wings barely visible to the naked eye, put even Godzilla at her mercy. Megaguirus attacks using her scorpion-like stinger tail and high-frequency Sonic Waves created by rubbing her wings together at great speed.
Son of Godzilla (1967) Minilla's name was chosen through a campaign run in newspapers and magazines, with the winning name announced upon the movie's release. When Godzilla and Minilla stand side by side, the former's gargantuan size only serves to make Minilla look even more adorable. Due to his immaturity , Minilla's Heat Ray appears as a sequence of doughnut-like "smoke rings". Godzilla raised and trained Minilla like his own son. Having hatched from an egg on Sollgel Island, Minilla was set upon Kamacurus and sent Godzilla a telepathic distress signal, which interfered with a weather control experiment on the island. After Godzilla and Minilla came together as father and son, the pair battled against the Kamacurus and Kumonga.
Missile Strike
Numerous Godzilla films. Missile strikes are regularly launched from self-propelled missile vehicles, including the 24 Twin Rocket Car, the Type 83 600mm Ground Missile Vehicle, and the Type 92 Patriod <Modified> Anti-G System Special Vehicle.
The Mysterians (1957) Moguera is a robot originally built for use in civil engineering by a race of aliens called the Mysterians. However, when the Mysterians decided to conquer the Earth, Moguera was deployed as part of their invasion. Moguera has a drill where its nose should be, and its entire body is covered in caterpillar tracks. Since Moguera was not designed for combat, it is vulnerable to external blows.
Mothra (Larva)
Godzilla vs. Mothra (1992) In the process of developing Infant Island, the Marutomo Company discovered a gigantic egg that had recently been unearthed. Although they sought to transport the egg to Japan, the barge carrying it fell victim to a Godzilla attack. Amidst the panic, the egg began to crack and the giant larval Mothra was hatched. This set off a three-way battle between Mothra, Godzilla and Battra, who had both been awakened by the same meteor impact that unearthed Mothra's egg. While Mothra struggled desperately against Godzilla, Battra's intervention gave her the chance to return safely to Infant Island. Mothra later journeyed to Tokyo to recover the Cosmos, who had been captured by the Marutomo Company.
Mothra (Imago)
Godzilla vs. Mothra (1992) After encasing herself in a cocoon in the National Diet Building, Mothra emerged in her adult Imago Form. She engaged in a fierce battle with Battra, now also in his Imago Form, in the skies over Yokohama, but was sent crashing to the ground. When Godzilla emerged shortly after, Mothra and Battra reconciled and agreed to fight Godzilla together, with Mothra firing Ultrasound Beams never before used by Battra. Although the battle was tough, their teamwork enabled the pair to ultimately overcome Godzilla. The two then attempted to transport Godzilla back over the ocean, however Godzilla suddenly awoke and killed Battra. In response, Mothra sealed Godzilla in the ocean and took over Battra's mission, setting off into space to change the trajectory of an asteroid on a course to destroy the Earth.
Mothra Leo
Rebirth of Mothra A larva that underwent metamorphosis while cocooned against a 10,000-year old Jomon Sugi tree, from which Mothra Larva received energy and wisdom. Due to this process, Mothra Leo has developed the ability to wield natural energy. Despite being outmatched in his first battle against Desghidorah, Mothra Leo returned to triumph over the evil monster, sealing Desghidorah back within his tomb.
Shin Ultraman (2022) This Kaiju with invisibility capailities preys on electricity and stores energy in its head. It first appears in the suburbs of Tokyo, where the SSSP dubs the S-Class Species No. 7 life form "Neronga". When ground forces concetrate their attacks on Neronga's head to make it visible, the angered Neronga discharges electricity indiscriminately, devastating the surrounding area. Just when all hope seems lost, an unidentified flying object descends from the skies. From out of the cloud of dust and smoke appears a silver giant, who parries Neronga's blows before crushing the Kaiju with a powerful beam generated by making a cross shape with his arms.
The Psychic Chorus
Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla II (1993) "The Psychic Chorus" is a powerful song of mysterious origin. When an ancient plant was found attached to the surface of a suspected Pteranodon egg, it was Miki Saegusa who first noticed the strange music being emitted. Miki then began to sing the melody, along with a choir of psychic children, causing the egg to hatch.
Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster (1964) Making his original debut as the titular monster in the Toho monster movie "Rodan" (1956), Rodan is an ancient creature that was revived by the effects of nuclear testing, like Godzilla. Shortly after emerging from Mount Aso, Rodan engaged in an epic battle with Godzilla. However, the pair were inspired by Mothra's valiant efforts to take down King Ghidorah alone, and the three agreed to work together to drive King Ghidorah back to space.
Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla II (1993) Rodan is an ancient winged dinosaur known as a Pternaodon, revived in the present day by the effects of nuclear waste dumping near Adonoa Island. While protecting Babygodzilla's egg, Rodan was attacked by Godzilla, who had himself been drawn to the egg. Rodan took flight, battering Godzilla with his mighty wings and using his rapid speed to generate shockwaves, before diving in to torment the monster with his sharp beak. Despite this fierce defense, Godzilla was eventually able to overpower Rodan with his Heat Ray and sheer strength. Rodan was, however, later revived as Fire Rodan due to the powers of an ancient plant.
Godzilla vs. Spacegodzilla (1994) Spacegodzilla was brought to life after G-cells (Godzilla cells) were cast into space and sucked into a black hole, where they assimilated with crystalline lifeforms and absorbed energy from exploding stars. The cells eventually emerged from a white hole in the form of a strange monster. Possessing exceptional intelligence, Spacegodzilla descended to Earth for the express purpose of defeating Godzilla. He delivered a crushing defeat to Godzilla on Birth Island, striking Godzilla from above as the latter tried desperately to shield Littlegodzilla. Spacegodzilla then went on to rain tremendous terror down on all of Japan. Spacegodzilla even managed to hold his own when facing off against Godzilla and Moguera at the same time.
Super X
The Return of Godzilla (1984) The Super X is a fighter plane developed by the JSDF to defend Tokyo. Its armor is capable of withstanding Godzilla's Heat Ray, and it managed to successfully overwhelm Godzilla by discharging cadmium missiles into his mouth, thereby suppressing his nuclear reactions. However, shortly thereafter, a high-altitude explosion caused by an accidentally launched nuclear missile generated a massive storm, both disrupting the Super X's functions and reviving Godzilla via lightning strike. While the Super X underwent emergency repairs and entered the battle once more, it proved no match for Godzilla without it cadmium missiles. Ultimately, the Super X was crushed beneath a building knocked down by Godzilla.
Shin Ultraman (2022) A silver giant who suddenly appears from beyond the Earth's atmosphere. He is dubbed "Ultraman" by the S-Class Species Suppression Protocol enforcement unit, commonly known as the SSSP. Ultraman is heralded as an ally of mankind after defeating the Kaiju Neronga and Gabora, but this public image is soon shattered when Ultraman, seemingly unprovoked, burns the city of Yokosuka to the ground. However, this brutal act is in fact part of a conspiracy by the extraterrestrial Zarab, who disguised himself as Ultraman. With the help of the SSSP members who believe in him, Ultraman exposes Zarab's disguise and defeats him with his Ultra Slash.
Unmanned Train Bomb
SHIN GODZILLA (2016) The Unmanned Train Bomb was an integral part of Operation Yashiori. When Godzilla stepped onto the railroad tracks near Tokyo Station, several unmanned trains loaded with explosives were rammed into him, and then snaked up his body before exploding. The torrent of explosions succeeded in knocking Godzilla to the ground a second time, crushing Tokyo Station in the process.
Shin Ultraman (2022) The actions of Mefilas reveal to all life forms in the multiverse that humankind can be converted into biological weapons. Zōffy, who, like Ultraman, is from the Planet of Life, serves as the arbiter of humankind, and descides to use the Ultimate Celestial Suppression Weapon, Zetton, to destroy the Earth and prevent any future conflict. Ultraman, believing Zōffy's decision to be a mistake, confronts Zetton single-handedly, but is defeated by a powerful electromagnetic barrier. The only hope left for mankind is to use the data left behind by Ultraman to figure out how to defeat Zetton, before confronting Zetton one final time.
4th Angel
Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone An Angel that appeared in Tokyo-3. It has human-like limbs, and advances slowly on two legs. From its long, slender arms, it thrusts out spear-like objects made of light, inflicting damage on its targets.
10th Angel
Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance An Angel that appeared in "Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance". It uses the multiple ribbons extending from its body to move and attack. Boasting overwhelming defensive capabilities, it is referred to as the "Strongest Rejection Type" in the film. It utilizes a wide array of attacks, such as deploying multiple A.T. Fields and taking on the properties of its prey.


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