Name[edit | edit source]
SMG-IInd's name is derived from Super Mechagodzilla. The "IInd" part of its name most likely means "second," making its full name "Super Mechagodzilla The Second".
Design[edit | edit source]
SMG-IInd looks like a very thin Super Mechagodzilla. Its head and neck strongly resemble Mecha-King Ghidorah's mechanical head, and the Garuda II is built into SMG-IInd's spherical shoulders. Its arms have built-in miniguns which fire rapidly, and its chest and torso are much smaller than any Mechagodzilla's. SMG-IInd's legs are very bulky, and its feet have four toes. Its tail resembles that of the Showa Mechagodzilla's.
Abilities[edit | edit source]
Laser Nuclear Fusion Reactor[edit | edit source]
SMG-IInd is powered by a laser nuclear fusion reactor.
Diamond Coating[edit | edit source]
SMG-IInd is protected by Heat-resistant Alloy NT-1 coated with artificial diamond.
Laser Cutter[edit | edit source]
The Laser Cutter appears as a yellow beam that is fired from the mouth.
Double Maser Cannons[edit | edit source]
SMG-IInd is equipped with two Maser Cannons that are mounted on the shoulders.
Plasma Shell[edit | edit source]
SMG-IInd is equipped with a plasma shell.
Plasma Cannon[edit | edit source]
SMG-IInd is equipped with two Plasma Cannons. They are mounted where his hands are.
Wire Claw Attack[edit | edit source]
SMG-IInd is equipped with a wire claw attack. Wires a fired from it’s claws. These wires are strong enough to throw Godzilla.
Force Field[edit | edit source]
SMG-IInd is equipped with an anti-beam force field. It appears as a green circle that can be deployed at any time. It can protect SMG-IInd from Godzilla’s Atomic Breath.
Agility[edit | edit source]
SMG-IInd can travel at 330 kilometers per hour.
Automatic[edit | edit source]
SMG-IInd is on automatic control, so it doesn't have a crew piloting it.
Video games[edit | edit source]
Gallery[edit | edit source]
SMG-IInd info from Godzilla 1954-1999 Super Complete Works
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