Mothra (Godzilla: Final Wars)
An ancient guardian of the Earth, Mothra defended the planet from the alien cyborg monster Gigan in ancient times. When Gigan's mummified remains were uncovered by the Earth Defense Force in 20XX, Mothra sent her Shobijin to warn the EDF about the evil nature of their discovery. Mothra finally left Infant Island to aid Godzilla against the Xiliens' forces, but the Controller of Planet X unleashed Gigan to defeat her once and for all. Gigan seemingly defeated Mothra, but she returned and intervened when Gigan and Monster X had Godzilla at their mercy. Mothra battled Gigan again, and successfully destroyed him once and for all, but at the cost of her own life.
The name "Mothra" is the suffixation of "-ra" (a common last syllable in kaiju names) to "moth." Since the Japanese language does not have dental fricatives, it is approximated "Mosura" in Japanese.
Like her previous incarnations, this Mothra is a benevolent guardian of Earth. Mothra uses her Shobijin to communicate with humanity, and warns them of the impending resurrection of her ancient enemy Gigan. Mothra later comes to Godzilla's rescue when he is being attacked by both Gigan and Monster X, and ultimately sacrifices her life to destroy Gigan.
An ancient guardian of Earth that lives on Infant Island, Mothra battled the evil cybernetic space monster known as Gigan thousands of years ago. Mothra defeated Gigan, and he was subsequently mummified and buried in Hokkaido. Mothra continued living alongside the Shobijin on Infant Island until the year 20XX, when Gigan's mummified corpse was uncovered by the Earth Defense Force.
HistoryEarth from an alien monster known as Gigan, defeating him and entombing him off the coast of Hokkaido. In the year 20XX, the Earth Defense Force recovered Gigan's mummified remains, drawing the attention of Mothra and her Shobijin. The Shobijin appeared to several members of the EDF and warned them that Gigan was evil and could awaken, but promised that Mothra would appear to defend the Earth. When the alien force known as the Xiliens took control of Gigan and an army of monsters and used them to conquer the planet, Mothra flew to Tokyo to aid Godzilla against Gigan and Monster X. Mothra saved Godzilla from being double-teamed by the enemy monsters, then confronted Gigan once again. Gigan fired two razor discs at Mothra, but she used her reflective scales to avoid them. Gigan responded by blasting Mothra with his laser beam, causing her to erupt in flames. Believing himself victorious, Gigan turned around only for his head to be sliced off by his reflected razor discs. Mothra, still on fire, flew into the headless Gigan and exploded, killing them both.
Mothra can deploy yellow poisonous scales from her wings, which are capable of reflecting enemy attacks. This attack allows Mothra to decapitate Gigan when the shurikens he fires at her are reflected back and strike his neck.
Fire Mothra(ファイヤーモスラ when she is blasted by Gigan's eye beam, which causes her to erupt into flames. While in this form, Mothra flies into the decapitated Gigan in a kamikaze attack that kills them both in a fiery explosion. Faiyā Mosura)
Mothra is extremely susceptible to Gigan's attacks, as he is easily able to slice off part of her wing with his chainsaw hand. His eye beam also causes her to erupt into flames, though she is able to kill him by ramming into him while on fire.
- Godzilla: Final Wars (2004)
- CR Godzilla 3S-T Battle (2006) - Pachinko
- CR Godzilla: Descent of the Destruction God (2010) - Pachinko
- Godzilla (2014) - PlayStation 3 and 4 [Kaiju Guide]
- Main article: Godzilla (2014 video game)/Kaiju Guide#Mothra.
Mothra in CR Godzilla 3S-T Battle
- During the end credits for Godzilla: Final Wars, Mothra is shown flying to Infant Island. Whether this is meant to indicate that Mothra somehow survived her battle with Gigan, or is simply a deleted scene, is unclear.
- Though this incarnation of Mothra is only seen in imago form, a cave painting of two larvae can be seen on Infant Island.
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