Xilien UFOs α, ß and γ

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Xilien UFOS α, ß and γ in Godzilla: Final Wars
Xilien UFOs α, ß and γ
Height 350 meters (Maximum)[1]
Length 700 meters[1]
Weight Unknown[1]
Targets Godzilla
Piloted by Xiliens
Attaches to Xilien Mothership
First appearance Godzilla: Final Wars

The Xilien Unidentified Flying Objects Alpha, Beta and Gamma are a trio of Xilien transport ships that appear in Godzilla: Final Wars.


The Xilien UFOS are given a few different collective names from different sources. Some include Giant Claw-Shaped UFOs (大爪形態UFO,   Ōdzume Keitai Yūfō),[1] from Godzilla: Final Wars Super Complete Works, and Giant Claw Disks (大爪円盤,   Dai Tsume Enban),[2] from the Toho Special Effects All Monster Encyclopedia.

Individually, the ships are denoted as Alpha, Beta, and Gamma.


Millennium Series

Godzilla: Final Wars

The three UFOs were first seen in the midst of a near-global kaiju attack. Flying across the globe, Alpha, Beta and Gamma captured the Kaiju and seemingly removed them from the face of the Earth. The UFOs then traveled to their Mothership, docking onto it like the thorns on the base of a thistle. After the invasion plans were discovered by the Earth's military, the UFOs flew out to varied areas of the globe, transporting the monsters Zilla to Sydney, Kumonga to New Guinea, and Kamacuras to the Japanese Countryside. After Godzilla defeated the three monsters, all three of the UFOs regrouped above the foothills of Mount Fuji, and deployed Rodan, King Caesar and Anguirus. After Godzilla defeated (yet spared) the trio of controlled Kaiju, the UFOs flew back to Tokyo, where they docked with their Mothership again.

Ultimately, the ships were destroyed after the Mothership self-destructed.


  • The Xilien UFOs are able to fly.
  • The three ships can use a tractor beam which teleports objects away from the craft, or teleport them to the UFO's current location.




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