GreenScar1990 wrote:Gojira18 wrote:GreenScar1990 wrote:I think it's a bit presumptuous to assume this creature killed many or any of Godzilla species. Mutos are more akin to Hyenas, in that they attack the weak, old and wounded. Where as Godzilla is like a male lion, who can chase away and easily kill multiple Mutos.
I often wonder, given what we've seen in Godzilla (2014) and Godzilla: King of the Monsters, if Godzilla may have been in a weakened state having just awoken from his long rest and not feasted on any energy or flesh while in pursuit of the Mutos. It didn't help that, if in a weakened/tired state, that Godzilla used further energy swimming half way around the globe to chase the Mutos.
I think it's more that he's just past his prime and a really old specimen of his species. He only lasted this long due to hibernation and stuff.
Possibly. But you can hardly tell that from what we've seen of Godzilla in KotM. He seems faster, stronger, more powerful and returned to his prime.
I did have a wild theory that the Godzilla we see in KotM is another speciem, one at the peak of power and in his prime. But that's 100% unlikely.
It's possible he fed off the nuke at the end of G2014 (and other underwater pockets of radiation).