GotengoXGodzilla wrote:Dude, I've seen the movies. You don't need to give me links to what you're talking about.
Everyone's memory needs refreshing once and a while. What I did (or wasted my time doing, according to your reaction) was meant as a courtesy.
GotengoXGodzilla wrote:That mid-air ram in GTTHM won't work unless Ghidorah is in the air as well. And seeing how Kumonga is restricted to the ground, I really doubt that Ghidorah will be flying at all. Therefore, the only attack that Rodan ever did to Ghidorah that stalled him or may have caused some damage, is entirely useless in this fight.
Godzilla and Mothra were restricted to the ground as well. It didn't stop Ghidorah from taking to the air in pursuit of Rodan. And it didn't stop Rodan from showing superior maneuverability by turning quick and slamming into KG's side. Ghidorah pursued Rodan. What's more, Rodan dropped a huge boulder on Ghidorah and rammed him to the ground twice in Astro Monster. Like literally knocked him on his golden ass. Ghidorah saw it coming and everything. It won't be useless.
GotengoXGodzilla wrote:Have you seen Ghidorah the Three Headed Monster and Invasion of the Astro Monster? Together with Goji, Rodan was able to defeat Ghidorah three times.
Read the bolded.
Godzilla is not in this fight! Kumonga is a very poor substitute for Godzilla, since Kumonga can't hold Ghidorah back while Rodan does something else, Kumonga can't engage Ghidorah physically without screwing himself over, Kumonga doesn't have an energy attack, etc.
Read the last mini paragraph in my post. My exact words were: "The spider may have given Goji a tough time but it's no substitute for him in this fight..."
Never claimed Goji was in this fight. However, Rodan's attacks did hurt Ghidorah and were important to the victories against him. My original claim stands. With plenty of backup from the films.
GotengoXGodzilla wrote:The only reason that Godzilla and Rodan were able to take down Ghidorah twice (the third time was a tie), was because they worked together, and they make a good team. They cover up each other's weaknesses rather well, and can attack a variety of ways. They're just a great monster tag team. The same cannot be said for Rodan and Kumonga.
Ghidorah took off. He was driven away. It was not a tie. As for the whole "making a great team" thing, I agree. Which is why my post's whole point was that Kumonga was no substitute for Goji and that Rodan couldn't take it on his own.
GotengoXGodzilla wrote: Also, you really need to stop talking down to people like that, unless you want to come off sounding like a jerk.
Now you lost me. What the skreeonk are you talking about?
GotengoXGodzilla wrote: Because, in this fight, where Ghidorah would be spending the entire fight on the ground, all Rodan can do is fly by Ghidorah and maybe ram him, which would just annoy Ghidorah.
No, the ram attacks would knock him down... Just as they did in the films.
GotengoXGodzilla wrote:Because all I read was that particular part of your post, got pissed off at what you were saying, and responded to it.
That's not my fault. Read the context. You'd only get mixed signals if you don't read the whole thing and properly interpret my intentions through context.
GotengoXGodzilla wrote: If you think Ghidorah would win, then you really shouldn't say things like "Rodan's attacks are going to hurt". By doing so, you're sending mixed messages.
I'm not going to gloss over the facts just to get my point across. That's the very definition of bias.
GotengoXGodzilla wrote:...What does that even mean? I can't be what you're saying if I have no idea what you're talking about.
You're arguing despite not reading my entire post and realizing that we're in agreement.