GodzillavsRayquaza wrote:If GMK Mothra goes for GMK Godzilla, than GMK Mothra isn’t going to last very long against him and my two Mothras and Gyaos.
This is true. But what damage might Heisei wreak on their opponents by the time they return to facing other opponents?
(I would still speculate that GMK and Heisei would fight; GMK was only drawn to her in the film because she was the only one there; he strikes me as the 'go after the biggest, meanest hombre on the field' type.
GodzillavsRayquaza wrote:In the battle of the drafts, aside from Jiger getting incredibly lucky, Titano is too strong and Megalon is too durable for Zarm’s drafts to win. It won’t be easy, but my side will win that bout.
I don't know that I'd agree about Titano; I think Jiger could bring him down with a combo of her weapons, and Junior's ray could also do it. But I do agree about Megalon. Unless the mechs come back online or Heisei is freed up, I don't have anything to take him down. That's why my projections for even possible victory are predicated entirely on those scenarios. GodzillavsRayquaza has a few too many fighters that I can't take down without them.
GodzillavsRayquaza wrote:Megaguirus is fast, ridiculously so. While Heisei Rodan was physically stronger and more durable, he was able to briefly overwhelm Godzilla in melee combat, a feat Megaguirus can achieve as well, making up for her weaker physique with speed.
Again, I would concur. If Megaguirus attacks in such a way (rushing him head-long, attacking with the stinger) in such a manner that neutralizes her dodge advantage- which tactically, she does do, but only at intervals- Heisei can take her out. As long as she is relying on her speed and keeping her distance, she's going to be pretty untouchable. That's why, circling back, I do think her behavior is key to the match. If she just keeps her distance while GMK fights Heisei, GodzillavsRayquaza will win by default. Only Megaguirus getting greedy/overly sadistic and overcomitting herself, attacking up-close or frontally in a manner that a quick-shot beam-spammer can capitalize on- and even then, only if that happens in the first half of the match or so- will allow the possibility of victory on my side. All other possibilities will take me out. I do think that possibility is plausible, based on her personality; the odds are good enough that I'm still staying in the debate... but it's also an outside shot. Again, down to the individual voter and what they think Megaguirus would do. But I would totally concur that unless she makes that mistake, GodzillavsRayquaza is going to take this one.
This is Megaguirus' match to lose; anything other
than this behavior from her should be considered a default to GodzillavsRayquaza's victory. I mean it; I don't want to count myself out, but I also don't in any way want to overstate my chances here. There is one path, and only one, to my victory.Added in 5 minutes 36 seconds:
MuchWowSuchGodzilla wrote:This scenario is not necessarily good for your team either. If GMK Godzilla and Megaguiruis double team Heisei, then whos going to stop MechaGodzilla 75? No way Titano is going to close the distance and survive the all out assault.
Unfortunately, the high-frequency wave is an area effect; Megaguirus can cast this area effect, then immediately fly off to fight Heisei- or even just do it *while* fighting Heisei (though
, I do think she has to hold still to do it- that's an interesting thought. If a beam-sniper is ready with their opportunity, someone could take Megaguirus out while
she's deploying the wave. But unless she tries to do it while in combat with someone, it is likely that everyone would have other priorities at the battle's start.)
If they do double-team, I think the crucial question really does become how Megaguirus behaves; if she strikes only when GMK is distracting Heisei, she might survive even exposing herself to opportunities. It really is the stinger-stab where she's potentially screwed; from in front, he's going to blast her even if GMK is on his nerves; it'd be harder to shoot around her than to deal with her- and he can beat the drain. From the back, he's likely to either use the pulse, or turn around and put her in GMK's line of fire. (And she tends to go with the front). That stab move is really the only one that I think could win this for me, because even with GMK's help, it's really just going to be a fatal liability to her. And I can't see her not using it, or holding off for a long time. That's the only reason I still see me as having a shot at this.