User:Kamikemono/Sandbox/Godzilla vs. Bagan (1994)
The demonic beast known as Bagan arrives on Earth, and ushers in an era of destruction. Godzilla, alongside Mothra and the now reconstituted Rodan join forces to battle him, but are still outclassed by Bagan's alien strength. As a final trump card, Godzilla absorbs a massive amount of radiation, which transforms him into Super Godzilla, which finally puts him on even footing with the super monster.
As TriStar's remake of Godzilla drew closer, Toho decided it was time to end the Heisei era of Godzilla films on a high note. They decided to have Godzilla's final opponent be Bagan, who was already suggested to appear once before, and now had a burst of popularity thanks to him appearing as the final boss of the game Super Godzilla. Joining Godzilla was Mothra, who would have returned from her journey to space to stop a meteorite from striking the earth in Godzilla vs. Mothra, and Rodan, who would have somehow "unmerged" with Godzilla sometime after the end of Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla II. Godzilla himself would tap into the Super Godzilla transformation from the game in order to defeat Bagan. However, once the TriStar movie faced another delay, Toho would wind up cancelling the movie, and would have the seventh Heisei Godzilla film end the era instead, while the 94 slot would eventually be taken by Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla. Bagan would be suggested one more time, again as Godzilla's final foe, but he, alongside many other concepted monsters, would eventually lose out to Destoroyah. Rumor has that the 95 draft of Godzilla vs. Bagan would have recycled bits from the 94 draft, including the return of Mothra and Godzilla turning into Super Godzilla to best Bagan in strength, but these have yet to be confirmed, and the latter in particular is rather unlikely considering the aforementioned SpaceGodzilla had his design recycled from Super Godzilla to begin with.
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