All of the G-graspers watched intently as the Dimension Tide began to absorb energy, ready to show off its amazing power. They prayed it wouldn’t be like last time; that giant bug had been a pain to take care of, and its battle with Godzilla had resulted in major damage to Tokyo. They looked around the giant, open field. No one but them was here, not even the animals. They must have been scared off.
Turning their attention back to the Dimension Tide, the G-graspers held their breath as the cannon like structure began to suck in light particles, a whirling noise filling the air. This continued for a few more seconds before a small, black sphere was shot out of the opening, speeding by everyone. All heads turned to where it stopped, and watched in awe as it began to suck in everything around it. No one was sure where all the things went; they did know that Godzilla had somehow escaped his black hole prison – that’s why they were trying to reboot the project, only have better results this time around.
Unfortunately, the results were not that different.
Everyone watched as the black hole shrunk in size, until it completely disappeared. Still, no one said a word. All eyes focused on where the black hole had disappeared. They waited, with no sign of what they were trying to avoid.
“Alright, clear out!” A soldier ordered, only to hear a high pitched scream fill the air. He turned to his left and saw the G-graspers looking in horror where the black hole had been fired. He turned around, and felt his blood turn cold as he watched the air begin to warp and move about.
“Cancel out the effects!” He called frantically to the scientists near the Dimension Tide.
“We can’t!” One man called out, “It’s too late!”
Suddenly, a high pitched shriek filled the air, silencing everyone. People stopped talking. Radios shut off. Birds stopped chirping. Even the machine stopped the noise it made when cooling down. Looking at the warped area of air, everyone felt their stomach twist and churn in horror as two gigantic pincers came through the portal, followed by a large head with two blood red eyes. Below the eyes was a mouth, two rows of razor sharp teeth jutting out everywhere. Soon, the rest of the purplish-brown body followed, showing off enormous wings and a long tail, a pointed stinger on the end.
Megaguirus stretched her giant wings before letting out another loud cry, shaking the people below to their very cores. Turning her head, the insect queen smirked at the small humans below. Crying out again, Megaguirus flapped her enormous wings and soared over them at astounding speeds, the winds knocking over tents, people and the Dimension Tide. She cackled as she swooped around and let her pincer graze the Earth below, killing a few people before she moved upwards.
Megaguirus scanned the new landscape she had arrived in; there were not as many trees and no dinosaurs either. Slightly disappointed that her dinosaur meals were nowhere to be seen, Megaguirus noticed there were no Rodan’s either! She smiled to herself; this world was hers!
Suddenly, and blue light in the corner of her eye caught her attention. The sadistic kaiju turned around and faced the source, shocked to see it was from a thin line that had seemingly torn throw the air. Megaguirus watched in awe as the line seemed to open up, tearing a huge gap in the air. The inside was revealed to be a slightly dark blue color, with strange patterns floating about.
Megaguirus cried out in shock as a figure appeared in the entrance of the blue portal, angrily roaring at her. Shocked, Megaguirus backed away in fright as the four legged beast floated out of the strange place, its red eyes seething with hatred. It’s long, blue body nearly glowed in the sunlight, with its tail swishing behind it.
Dialga, controller of time, roared out at the prehistoric fiend.
Below, the G-graspers looked up in awe. What kaiju was this? Was it another accident of the Dimension Tide? When looking at the screen on the Dimension Tide, it was revealed this creature was from another dimension, leading to even more confusion.
Dialga glared at the stunned Megaguirus, who floated around silently, studying this new creature. Dialga had simply been in his own dimension, resting and making sure time flowed accordingly, but had sensed a slight disturbance. Investigating, he had found that there was a rip in the fabric of time. He could have easily closed it, had something not passed through. He soon found that the being was Megaguirus, and she was causing him a lot of trouble.
Megaguirus shook her head; why was she frightened of this thing? She was the queen! Flapping her wings, Megaguirus sped towards Dialga at an incredible rate, her pincers out stretched. Just as she closed in, Dialga easily maneuvered, sending her speeding away into nothing.
Opening his mouth, Dialga allowed a small blue sphere to take shape in front of it. In seconds, it doubled in size, then again, and again. Following this, Dialga launched the Aura Sphere at Megaguirus, shocking her. Luckily, Megaguirus managed to fly out of the way as the sphere flew by, dissipating into nothingness.
Dialga roared in frustration and charged at the insect, only to receive a gash to the face from her pincers. Dialga cried out in pain as Megaguirus appeared behind him and slashed at him once more. Angered, Dialga spun around and fired a hyper beam, the orange ray headed straight for Megaguirus. Megaguirus had no time to react, and was slammed against the ground, struck by the full force of the ray. Dialga descended quickly, charging up another Aura Sphere.
The Legendary landed right above his foe, looking down upon her, no mercy in his eyes at all. No one would mess with his territory and survive. With the Aura Sphere fully charged, Dialga prepared to fire it…only to find out he couldn’t! It was then he noticed a gut-wrenching pain in his stomach. Looking below his legs, he noticed Megaguirus’ stinger wedged into his belly, a blue energy flowing through her tail. Suddenly, the stinger ripped out, causing Dialga to cry in pain as the Aura Sphere vanished from existence. He felt Megaguirus fly over him and turned around, still ready to fight.
Megaguirus let out a taunting cry at the controller of time. There was nothing he could possibly do to get her! Jumping up, Dialga sped towards Megaguirus, ready to rid the world of her. Halfway to his destination, Dialga noticed Megaguirus’ stinger glowing an odd color…a light blue. Dialga was shocked once Megaguirus fired what appeared to be his own Aura Sphere! The blue orb of energy sped towards Dialga, the deity just managing to avoid it. Down on the ground, the Aura Sphere exploded on contact, sending debris flying everywhere. Megaguirus chortled at Dialga as he regained his focus, only for her to fire another sphere, this one closer to Dialga than before. Dialga unleashed a cry of annoyance before looking back up at Megaguirus.
Something was off though; Megaguirus wasn’t firing anymore Aura Spheres…instead the energy constantly was flowing to her stinger. Dialga stared at it, puzzled; what was she doing? It was not a split second later that Dialga figured out what, just as Megaguirus launched dozens of smaller Aura Spheres from her tail. Dialga let out a roar just before they spheres made impact, cloaking him in a cloud of smoke.
Megaguirus roared out before thrusting her stinger forward, trying to fire more energy balls, only to find she couldn’t. She figured she must have run out of juice. She didn’t care though; Dialga was long gone –
Megaguirus looked on in disbelief as the smoke cleared, revealing Dialga in a transparent sphere, completely undamaged. Dialga stared back at Megaguirus as his Protect move faded away. Wasting no time, he charged the fiend, knocking her backwards. Before she could react, Dialga fired an Aura Sphere, which exploded on contact with Megaguirus’ hide, sending her plummeting.
A loud ‘Thud’ filled the air as Megaguirus hit the ground. All the G-graspers moved forward; was she dead? Their question was answered when the queen suddenly reappeared in the air and began moving for the warped portal she had entered through. Everyone looked on as she neared her escape, only for dozens of what appeared to be yellow ‘bullets’ rained down from the sky, knocking Megaguris down to the ground again.
Above, Dialga looked upon Megaguirus with disapproval; there was no way she was escaping now.
Megaguirus didn’t even bother to look back at Dialga. She flapped her wings and took off again towards the portal…only to disappear and reappear about fifty meters back. Megaguirus looked around, confused. Spotting Dialga again, she took off towards the portal, only to have the same result.
“That creature…must have trapped the Megaguirus in a time warp…” one solder whispered to himself as he watched the two giants.
Dialga quickly descended and placed his large foot on Megaguirus’ back, pinning her down after her third failed attempt at escaping. Pushing down, Dialga pushed Megaguirus away, leaving her skidding across the land. Raising his head, Dialga stood tall and mighty as the sky began to darken.
Opening his maw, another terrifying roar was released. Soon, Dialga’s entire being began to pulsate with light, the spikes on his back become more distinct and thinner.
Opening his mouth, a white, blue and orange tinted light began to fill the back of his throat, his body absorbing tiny particles at the same time.
A final roar echoed throughout the landscape before Dialga unleashed his ultimate weapon: Roar of Time. The dark purplish-blue beam quickly shot out of his mouth headed straight for Megaguirus, who had just become airborne once more.
Upon contact with the beam, Megaguirus cried out in agony; the pain was excruciating! Everyone watched in awe as Megaguirus began to rapidly age; her fine wings developing holes in them, her multiple spines losing their edge, the red eyes slowly turning pink. Soon her flesh began to deteriorate, leaving a big pink and red carcass. Still, the attack did not stop. The raw flesh began to quickly rot away, soon exposing bones. The bones stood for mere second before crumbling away to dust, blown by the wind.
Finally, Dialga closed his mouth, stopping the attack. His opponent was gone for good. Turning around, Dialga faced the ripple that Megaguirus had come through. He let out a roar, closing the portal immediately. Then, much to everyone’s surprise, the titan turned and faced them.
Dialga stared at the humans for a moment before walking towards them. Everyone held their breath, nervous of what was to come. Dialga stared hard at the team for a moment, warning them not to mess with his territory ever again. Looking down, he glanced at the toppled Dimension tide for a moment before stepping on it; crushing the machine.
Taking to the air, Dialga circled the area once, before letting out a final roar of victory. Flying upwards, the blue portal to his dimension re-opened, allowing him inside before closing quickly.
Maybe now he could rest.