...No. They landed further up on the mountain where they were fighting. Had they stayed in the same area, Godzilla and Mothra wouldn't have had to go up the mountain. They had to walk a considerable length to reach Ghidorah and Rodan.
Except it took the monsters mere minutes to catch up with them. Godzilla wasn't even walking fast. It was the same area
. Hell, Godzilla would've been there quicker if he didn't wait to give little Mothra a ride. Kumonga would get there faster. Claiming that they'd be too far away is silly based on what we saw in the film. Rodan handled himself just fine too, using the mountain terrain as cover from the grav. beams.
GotengoXGodzilla wrote: Um...no. Godzilla's attacks were not the thing that drove Ghidorah away.
That's just... Not true. I hope you don't actually believe that. Godzilla's attacks did contribute both times. I guess you're willing to ignore the fact that Goji threw him and pelted him with gigantic boulders at the end.
GotengoXGodzilla wrote: In GTTHM, Ghidorah was driven away, because the webbing caused him to be unable to attack his opponents, so they could just keep attacking him all they wanted, and he wouldn't be able to fight back. Had it not be for the webbing, Ghidorah could have kept going all day.
First of all, you know what a concerted effort is, right? It had everything to do with Ghidorah being bound and
recieving an ass whoopin'. As for him going all day, the sequel to this film suggests otherwise.
GotengoXGodzilla wrote: In IotAM, Ghidorah was driven away, because of their big tumble down into the water, which wasn't all Godzilla's doing.
I love how this turned into me somehow giving Goji credit for everything. I didn't BTW. My position was that it was an equal effort on both parts. There was fighting going on underwater, which drove Ghidorah away. BTW, the monsters knocked Ghidorah off the cliff. What is your point?
GotengoXGodzilla wrote:So yeah, there's no proof that Godzilla's attacks were the driving force being Ghidorah's retreat.
I suppose not... if you close your eyes and ears while the film is playing. I honestly am running out of ways to respond to these increasingly ridiculous claims. The attacks of both (or all three, depending on the film) monsters forced Ghidorah's retreat.
GotengoXGodzilla wrote: By territory, I mean the spot where they were fighting. Ghidorah has no territory on earth, so what territory can he be driven away from?
The Earth monsters' territory. The place they were defending.
GotengoXGodzilla wrote: Maybe Rodan can swim. If he can't, then he probably died at the end of IotAM, and I would seriously consider that a win for King Ghidorah.
Yeah, but why would Rodan swim away if he was fleeing? He would fly away, just like Ghidorah. You're not making any sense. It would take more effort for an animal that's built for flying to swim away than it would to fly away. Conclusion: He was resting under the water. Or maybe he died and that's his Ghost in DAM.
GotengoXGodzilla wrote: ...What kind of sense does that make? Does it ever occur to you that they both fled? That as soon as they hit the water, Godzilla and Rodan swam away, fleeing, and King Ghidorah flew away, fleeing.
No, it didn't. I stated why that's silly for Rodan already. Godzilla wouldn't flee because his enemy was driven away. Are you seriously suggesting that Godzilla fled once he had a serious terrain advantage?
GotengoXGodzilla wrote: King Ghidorah still fled, I'm not saying he didn't, but I'm also saying that Godzilla and Rodan fled too. King Ghidorah just didn't know that they fled.
And I'm saying they didn't. Why would they?
GotengoXGodzilla wrote: You're missing my point. It doesn't matter who the hero of the film is. Hell, Godzilla and Rodan are not the hero's of their film, that would be Glen and Fuji.
I'll say "Monster heroes" next time to avoid your unnecessary nitpicks. They were the heroic monsters, only attacking the cities under mind control. Unless your going to somehow claim that Ghidorah was the misunderstood hero of the film. At this point (as I stare in disbelief at half of your arguments) I wouldn't be surprised.
GotengoXGodzilla wrote: It also doesn't matter who was winning up until that point. What matters is who came out on top. In KKvsG, it was Kong, because he rose from the water, and Godzilla did not. In IotAM, neither monster won, because they all fled.
The conclusion that they all fled is baseless and entirely improbable. It's more likely that a brief battle occurred under the water that drove Ghidorah away.
Do you know what's funny about this? We agree on the outcome. It just doesn't make sense that Rodan wouldn't be able to hurt Ghidorah. You've invented all these little side ideas just to get away from the main side point which is backed up by the movie. Anyways, I'm going to bed. I can't wait to see what you conjure up tomorrow.