Living Corpse wrote:So I always noticed the lightning on the spikes but only after now, after Gothschiller pointed it out to me that Godzilla 1991 had a sort of spiral ray.
And it shows up in Godzilla Battle Legends.
And new info on the Spiral Rays of the Heisei Films.
KaijuX wrote:If LC wasn't posting that around, I would have.
But you think the Spiral Breath (not to be confused with Spiral Ray) is crazy? I received this from someone who knows/owns some of the info books pertaining to everyone's favorite Spiral Fire Ray...
According to the post, all the Spiral Rays seen in each of the films are different from one another. The one seen in Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla II is called the Uranium Atomic Heat Ray (ウラニウム放射熱線); it has a temperature of 1.2 million degrees Celsius and can even burn Godzilla's mouth.
The one used in Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla is known as the Burn Spiral Heat Ray (バーンスパイラル熱線) OR the Nuclear Fusion Heat Ray (融合反応熱線); has a temperature gauge that clocks in about 900 thousand degreees Celsius.
In Godzilla vs. Destoroyah, we have two more variants of the red beam (no temperatures recorded for either). The first is called the Burning Heat Ray (バーニング熱線) and is (presumably) used in the majority of the movie. The second version we get is known as the Infinite Heat Ray (インフィニット熱線), which I assume is the Spiral Ray used while Godzilla was melting.