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Why the hell is AnimeGoji criminally light compared to other kaiju of smaller size like Bagan or Biollante?

I say AnimeGodzilla should be approximately be 500,000 tons NOT 100,000!!!!

Though it should be noted that AnimeGojira attained this Gigantic size in 200kya which is much Less than MonsterVerseGojira did even though he's older by far!!

Also it can implied that ShinGojira is actually a prehistoric creature rather than an contemporary one given that face it only mutated when it was feeding off the nuclear waste. (Even though people often refer to it as a contemporary daikaiju to which it isn't)

Posted by God's Godzilla on 2 December 2017 at 17:32.
Edited by God's Godzilla on 5 December 2017 at 20:21.
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Well, for starters, the Anime Godzilla actually is not in fact 100,000 metric tons, as stated by several sources. One of the Bandai cards lists his weight as "100,000?," and the theater program from PotM goes as far as to state Godzilla's weight as "over 100,000" (体重10万トン以上). While I do not see his definitive weight exceeding that much farther past 100,000, it is incorrect to assume that it is his final weight. We currently know barely anything of the plot details for the second movie, and absolutely nothing for the third. So who knows, maybe he'll just keep on growing.

Also, height does not always necessarily dictate mass. What monsters such as Biollante and Bagan comparatively lack in height, they clearly make up for in bulk. Not to mention, Toho is horribly inconsistent and unrealistic with their stats.

Posted by Les (administrator) on 2 December 2017 at 20:04.
Edited by Les (administrator) on 2 December 2017 at 20:11.
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The Anime Godzilla is also composed of dense metallic tissue which supports his size, and is stated to not possess a skeleton. His physiology doesn't operate like most other organisms, which may account for his relatively light weight for his size.

Posted by The King of the Monsters (administrator) on 2 December 2017 at 22:50.