Godzilla wouldn't be a major threat to a space-faring Civillization

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Re: Godzilla wouldn't be a major threat to a space-faring Civillization

Postby Pacfanweb » Thu Aug 24, 2017 7:10 am

Godzilla has been a major issue for every space-faring civilization that's come to Earth so far, don't see why this new one is going to be any different.

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Postby PRIMEVAL » Thu Aug 24, 2017 12:18 pm

Pacfanweb wrote:Godzilla has been a major issue for every space-faring civilization that's come to Earth so far, don't see why this new one is going to be any different.


To be fair, most of the time the humans helped a lot.

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Postby Monster X » Thu Aug 24, 2017 1:05 pm

I have this weird image in my head of the humans trying to bombard Godzilla but then the entire jungle comes to life with other kaiju and even the plants joining to fire a counter attack of energy blasts.
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Postby Gawdziller1954 » Sat Aug 26, 2017 9:24 pm

Godzilla's a threat to whatever the plot requires him to be a threat to.
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Postby American Godzilla » Fri Sep 08, 2017 1:27 pm

While that is true, Godzilla could not leave the Earth to threaten other worlds, various other kaijus were known to travel in space.

Space Godzilla, Ghidorah, and I think even Gigan are a few examples I can think of that could threaten a space faring civilization. Course this doesn't cover the aspect of one race dropping a Kaiju on the world of a rival race that is incapable of space flight.
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Postby MandaSaurus » Fri Dec 22, 2017 2:20 pm

American Godzilla wrote:While that is true, Godzilla could not leave the Earth to threaten other worlds, various other kaijus were known to travel in space.

Space Godzilla, Ghidorah, and I think even Gigan are a few examples I can think of that could threaten a space faring civilization. Course this doesn't cover the aspect of one race dropping a Kaiju on the world of a rival race that is incapable of space flight.

Yup. That pretty much sums it up. Can we all go home now?

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Postby PRIMEVAL » Fri Dec 22, 2017 5:00 pm

Unless we take the Shin approach and Godzilla has possibly limitless abilities to evolve and eventually become a universe himself.

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Postby Living Corpse » Fri Dec 22, 2017 9:39 pm

Fropston wrote:We also don't know the range of his Atomic Breath. It may very well be that it reaches past the Earth's orbit.


This.

We've had GFW Godzilla shoot his ray into space, and it seems like every sense G2014 everyone is trying to one up another with their Goji. Do we really think an ANIME version of the character won't be able to shoot targets that are in space? That's done all the time in anime.

PRIMEVAL wrote:King Ghidorah is the known "planet killer" yes? And he's most likely able to give space-faring beings a hard time. Then he gets his butt handed to him by Godzilla. Well, he also had some help from a caterpillar and a pterodactyl, but still.



Don't "" the planet killer. An alien outright said their world was destroyed. Probably cause they didn't have any monsters to defend their planet like Earth does. It seems no matter how advance alien tech is, even they have a hard time killing a monster and need help from another monster to do so.

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Showa Gyaos wrote:Keep in mind that we don't know if this incarnation has any tricks up his sleeves.

He could be on par with the abilities of a cosmic horror, except Earth-born.


Seems like the past 3 Gojis we got in the past 5 years are like Eldritch Abomination like, each one more so than the last. skreeonk me if something like Shin was real and grew wings or space flight.
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Postby LamangoKaijura » Sat Dec 23, 2017 5:30 am

Well, at 50 meters back in 2040, the world, and aliens, launched and hit Godzilla and the area around him with over 2,000 nukes. You know what this did? Just trapped him in a crack in the ground for a year. His beam alone, when not targeting the city and just at three kaiju he chased, destroyed L.A.
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Postby Relair » Thu Jan 18, 2018 9:24 pm

Well now that its out we see why the orbital bombardment wouldn't work. He has a nigh-impenetrable shield, conventional weaponry can't really touch him, and even their tons of nukes did squat. And just for fun he regenerates almost instantaneously if anything happens to breach the shield.

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Postby LSD Jellyfish » Fri Jan 19, 2018 11:18 am

Not to mention the earthlings+alien’s are only barely space faring. It appears they put all their resources into one craft.
Then, everything changed when the Giant Condor became the Giant Eagle.

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Postby LamangoKaijura » Mon Jan 22, 2018 3:13 am

Extraspectre wrote:I don't know how far along the humans in this storyline are, but a massive target like him would just be bombarded from orbit.

Going by the events of the film and novel, the two alien races and humanity hit him with about, 2,150 nukes. He has possibly the fastest regeneration of any Godzilla we've seen so far.
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Postby Cybermat47 » Mon Jan 22, 2018 3:50 am

This Godzilla might not be able to outright destroy a space faring civilisation, but he can keep them from settling on his planet. And, given that Earth is the only inhabitable planet that they can find, the three species are doomed to live a miserable, dwindling existence as long as Godzilla lives.
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Postby MechaGoji Bro7503 » Mon Jan 22, 2018 6:58 am

LamangoKaijura wrote:
Extraspectre wrote:I don't know how far along the humans in this storyline are, but a massive target like him would just be bombarded from orbit.

Going by the events of the film and novel, the two alien races and humanity hit him with about, 2,150 nukes. He has possibly the fastest regeneration of any Godzilla we've seen so far.

I figured his energy shield just protected him from all the nukes.
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Postby LSD Jellyfish » Mon Jan 22, 2018 3:55 pm

Worth noting that also in addition to Godzilla and other monsters being physical threats a lot of their actions or the byproducts of what they did indirectly makes things worse.

For instance, Hedorah obviously was a disaster, but it implied it wiped out like two major cities in China and made it uninhabitable. In addition, the Daghra disaster was worse. IIRC Daghra exploded off the coast of Australia, and basically millions of barem leaked and multiplied out of its body, which made the continent uninhabitable. I believe in the lore Australia was abandoned.
Then, everything changed when the Giant Condor became the Giant Eagle.


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