Vulture

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Vulture
A Vulture in GODZILLA: City on the Edge of Battle
Targets Godzilla Earth
Piloted by Haruo Sakaki, Yuko Tani,
Rilu-elu Belu-be
First appearance Latest appearance
GODZILLA: City on
the Edge of Battle
GODZILLA:
The Planet Eater

Vultures (ヴァルチャー,   Varuchā) are highly-mobile piloted mechas created by Toho that first appeared in the 2018 animated Godzilla film, GODZILLA: City on the Edge of Battle.[1]

Design

The Vultures retain the same basic body shape as the Powered Suits but have large, bird-like wings and long gun barrels attached to either arm.

Origins

The Vultures are Powered Suits which were improved using Bilusaludo technology.[1]

History

Reiwa Series

GODZILLA: City on the Edge of Battle

After revealing the finished design of the "mobile weapon" to the force of soldiers who decided to stay on Earth, preparations were made to defeat Godzilla Earth, including protection from his atomic breath and EMP Harpoons. After a promising test, Godzilla discovered Mechagodzilla City and headed for it. Once he was close enough, the three Vultures were deployed, piloted by Haruo Sakaki, Yuko Tani, and Rilu-elu Belu-be, who distracted Godzilla to lead him to a trap point. However, the plan was a failure, as Godzilla began converting his body's excess electromagnetic energy into heat, melting the weapons around him. Nanometal inside the Vultures suddenly began to consume their pilots, revealed to be a scheme of the Bilusaludo all along. In retaliation, Haruo then fired on the command center, blowing it up and killing Galu-gu, but leaving Yuko to succumb to the Nanometalization in the process. Panicked, Haruo pulled her from her Vulture and flew her to safety, only to find that she was seemingly dead.

GODZILLA: The Planet Eater

To be added.

Abilities

  • The Vultures have large wings, enabling flight.
  • The Vultures are equipped with firepower equivalent to that of 300 Hover Bikes.[1]

Gallery

Concept Art

GODZILLA: City on the Edge of Battle

Screenshots

GODZILLA: City on the Edge of Battle

References

This is a list of references for Vulture. These citations are used to identify the reliable sources on which this article is based. These references appear inside articles in the form of superscript numbers, which look like this: [1]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 City on the Edge of Battle pamphlet 2.jpg

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Aggression25

16 months ago
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They look like Gundams!
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SkullIsland

16 months ago
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Actually they look more like the Garde mechs from Knights of Sidonia
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Solia

16 months ago
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Generic
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Gojira2014

18 months ago
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i don't know how this looks like mecha g in any way shape or form but somehow robot = mecha g?

okay then...
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Monsterland Buddies

18 months ago
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I can’t believe people mistook these things for Mechagodzilla.
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Les

18 months ago
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Quite silly indeed
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Monsterland Buddies

18 months ago
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Of course it is. If they were Mechagodzilla, it would’ve destroyed the character as we know him. The reasons why are:

Mechagodzilla doesn’t have wings.

Mechagodzilla has dorsal plates and a tail.

Mechagodzilla is supposed to be built looking like Godzilla. However, the Vultures look nothing like Godzilla.

Well, there you have it.
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Les

18 months ago
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Yeah exactly, it lacks every basic characteristic of Mechagodzilla (beside being mechanical). People can be stupid sometimes
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Monsterland Buddies

18 months ago
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Of course they can.
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