In the 1970's, a nuclear submarine crashed in
the Bering Sea. A Godzillasaurus, barely hanging
on to life in the cold ocean depths, was heavily
mutated to a staggering height of 80 meters.
This dinosaur had been relocated to this remote
area by time travelers from the 23rd century,
but little did they realize that their actions
would actually fulfill the course of history
and create the Godzilla they had sought to destroy...
As time progressed, Godzilla moved southward
through the Pacific Ocean and arrived in a remote
area 100 miles south of Tokyo. In the tempest
storm of one dreadful night, the foaming waves
rocked a nearby fishing vessel as Godzilla emerged
from the sea and demolished the rocky shore of
a nearby island. The sea lice it carried, having
mutated to immense proportions, invaded the nearby
sailing vessel. All aboard who had witnessed
the return of Godzilla were stripped of the internal
fluids by the prodigious parasites, except for
one lone survivor...
This last crew member of the Yahata-Maru was
rescued and returned to the mainland, where his
story was revealed to the Japanese government.
The Prime Minister learned of Godzilla's reemergence,
and in order to fend off a panic situation, the
story was kept under wraps. Meanwhile, Godzilla
swam through the ocean depths, emitting active
sonar to navigate his way through the dark, briny
sea. A Soviet submarine came within a kilometer
of the monster, and the radiation that the submersible
emitted caught Godzilla's attention. Closer and
closer the monster approached, until finally
it sank its claws into the vessel and absorbed
its nuclear core. The Soviet Union, believing
that the United States was to blame for the destruction
of their nuclear sub, began to prepare for an
all-out war. In order to avoid World War III,
the Prime Minister was finally forced to reveal
that the culprit was in fact Godzilla, and in
response, the JSDF was readied for battle.
At dawn, Godzilla finally struck land. It demolished
a nuclear reactor and absorbed the energy from
the core, but he suddenly departed, following
a flock of calling birds. This vulnerability
was noted, and a plan of action was beginning
to formulate. If Godzilla could be led via avian
frequencies to Mt. Mihara, a controlled eruption
could be triggered, trapping the beast in the
depths of the Earth's crust.
Meanwhile, surveillance of the Tokyo Bay area
continued quietly, when suddenly the jagged spines
that grew from Godzilla's charcoal-gray flesh
broke the surf. Evacuation began in Tokyo, as
the military approached the docks with a multitude
of military technology. Godzilla emerged once
more and was faced with a squadron of several
jet fighters. They fired their arsenal on the
monolith, to no avail. Godzilla returned fire
and brought some of his attackers crashing into
the ocean as he approached the second line of
defense. The military vehicles on the dock fired,
but little progress was made. Godzilla appeared
unstoppable, and he solidified this perspective
when he unleashed his thermonuclear ray, completely
destroying the counteroffensive. The monster
continued to approach the docks and climbed ashore.
He crushed the crowds of people attempting to
flee, and continued to march down the main boulevards.
During his continuing journey through Tokyo,
Godzilla's atomic ray collided with a news helicopter
and it fell to the city streets, causing an enormous
traffic buildup to erupt into flames, killing
those unfortunate people within their respective
vehicles. The devastation was only just beginning...
Suddenly, a train collided with the contemptible
creature. Godzilla lifted the cars to the horror
of those aboard and tossed them aside. The skyscrapers
became larger and larger as he continued his
trek through the urban jungle, and he finally
arrived very close to the laboratory of Dr. Hayashida.
The avian frequency device was activated, and
the unpleasant hum lured Godzilla toward the
building. However, a hyper laser cannon fired
from the city streets below, and the furious
monster turned to view the cause of this sudden
disturbance. Two of these futuristic vehicles
led Godzilla trudging into the park as the aerial
battle-mech, the Super-X, arrived on the scene.
Sensing this new foe, Godzilla unleashed his
thermonuclear beam, but thermal shielding prevented
any damage to the newly arrived craft. Flares
were fired into the sky, and Godzilla reared
and roared. A cadmium missile was launched into
his gaping maw, and Godzilla roared again. Another
cadmium missile was launched, and another flare
was sent into the sky. Godzilla roared once more,
and a third, and final, cadmium missile entered
into his body. As the beating of his heart slowed,
the fury of his nuclear core was subsiding. Losing
his balance, the massive monstrosity collapsed
into a building. Godzilla was presumed dead.
Meanwhile, the Soviet Union accidentally launched
a nuclear missile from an orbiting satellite.
The United States intercepted the warhead in
the Stratosphere, and the sky erupted into a
crimson aurora above Tokyo. The clouds began
to turn a dark and foreboding gray, and nuclear
static discharges began to reenergize and reawaken
the sleeping giant. Godzilla rose to his feet
once more and roared in triumph. The Super-X,
disabled from the atmospheric electromagnetic
disturbances, attempted to regain lift. The well-armed
hovercraft retreated behind a skyscraper, but
its savage opponent's nuclear ray sliced a hole
straight through the center of the towering building.
The Super-X began to fire its full arsenal at
Godzilla as it led the monster through the maze
of skyscrapers. Beams and missiles were fired,
and in the ensuing chaos, the nearby city became
a raging conflagration. As Godzilla fired its
thermonuclear ray one final time, this would
prove to be the last war that the Super-X would
ever wage. It lost its lift and it descended
to the ground. Godzilla, finally in a position
to exact his revenge, tipped a massive skyscraper
onto the craft, killing all those aboard. This
catastrophe seemed to mark the end of Godzilla's
hindrances, for he was now free to destroy the
city at will.
Unfortunately for the monster, a familiar call
beckoned from a distant island. Obeying his instincts,
the hypnotized animal plunged into the sea and
emerged on the shores of Oshima Island. Ascending
the slope of the volcanic mountain, he came to
the mouth of the terrible abyss. Hesitantly,
he continued to follow the call from the opposite
side of the chasm and fell onto a lower platform.
The explosives were detonated, and the ground
beneath Godzilla began to collapse, as the King
of the Monsters plummeted into the molten rock
below. Eventually, the lava solidified and the
mouth of the volcano was sealed. Godzilla began
to enter a long slumber while trapped in his
Quietly, Godzilla slept undisturbed for five
long years, as Japan scrambled to create measures
by which to prevent any future disasters that
this monster could eventually bring to the nation.
Meanwhile, the American Genetic Corporation (BioMajor)
and Saradian oil interests battled over possession
of Godzilla cells, procured from the devastation
in 1984. The former party wished to monopolize
the genetic market across the world, while the
latter wished to invest in future genetic technologies
for the preservation of the Saradian economy,
which was so dependent on petroleum. Naturally,
with only so few of these samples in existence,
both parties clashed on and off over the 5 year
period. This war could not have continued at
a worse time, for Godzilla began to awaken from
his slumber in 1989. The first alarm protocol
was activated, and the government rushed to solidify
a plan of action as the second alarm protocol
also went into effect. Anti-Nuclear Energy Bacteria,
a technology based on G-Cells that would allow
bacteria to digest radioactive material, was
a technology that was pursued with the joint
assistance of the Okochi Foundation. Unfortunately,
BioMajor procured the plans from the home of
a member of the ANEB team, Dr. Genichiro Shiragami.
Using the plans as a means of ransom, BioMajor
declared that it would detonate explosives atop
Mt. Mihara if their demand for the ANEB was not
pacified. The government relented, but a Saradian
agent interrupted the trade and stole the bacteria.
In the ensuing chaos, the bombs were detonated;
Mt. Mihara began to erupt...
The third alarm protocol was put into effect
as Godzilla emerged from his fiery tomb. His
mouth, lined with two rows of piercing teeth;
his eyes, cold and dark, struck fear into those
who witnessed his terror. He entered the sea
where he was met with heavy resistance. Though
the JSDF fought valiantly, the battleships and
helicopters were easily forced aside as Godzilla
barreled toward his next destination.
Suddenly, what seemed to be an old foe appeared
in the sky. The Super-X2, an enhanced version
of the airborne mech that dealt with Godzilla
several years earlier, arrived on the scene.
Its artificial diamond mirror reflected Godzilla's
ray back at its source, and gave the gargantuan
dinosaur a run for his money. Though effective,
the mirror began to melt and its power was severely
decreased. Missiles were used instead, to no
avail. The Super-X2 failed to make any headway
in this initial assault...
From the north, a familiar call beckoned. Godzilla
followed this mysterious voice, and it led him
into the lake near Dr. Shiragami's laboratory.
What it found was a monster! Dr. Shiragami had,
in private, used his connections to the ANEB
project to procure Godzilla cells, which he amalgamated
with the cells of his late daughter and a rose.
It was his dream to create an immortal plant
species, but what he created was a terrible rose-like
chimera instead: Biollante. The botanical beast
launched her feral vines at Godzilla, constricting,
biting, and spraying acid sap at her "brother".
In response, Godzilla released his atomic ray,
and several strikes of the monster's terrible
breath set her ablaze. Biollante's cells shined
with an eerie, amber glow. Ascending high into
the atmosphere, the glimmering dust took the
form of a helix and briefly showed Biollante's
final form before it reassembled in orbit. Godzilla
retreated into Sagami Bay, and the JSDF eventually
lost track of their quarry.
Preparing for an attack in Ise Bay, the JSDF
was stunned when Godzilla reappeared in Osaka
Bay. At the Kansai International Airport Construction
Base, the skilled psychic Miki Saegusa attempted
to utilize her ESP to stop the advance of Godzilla.
She released too much energy, and fainted from
exhaustion. This peculiar event slowed Godzilla's
progress temporarily, but it continued to head
straight for Osaka. The fourth, and final alarm
protocol, was activated...
As the ANEB was recovered from Saradian oil
interests in their Osaka front, Godzilla entered
the city and began to approach the heart of the
metropolis in the veil of night, ever searching
for vital nuclear energy. The Super-X2 returned
and fired its missiles on Godzilla, leading him
into the center of the business district. The
hovercraft's damaged fire mirror was incapable
of properly repelling Godzilla's thermonuclear
ray, however, and the magnificent mech became
a burning pile of rubble on the city streets.
Centrally located between four tall skyscrapers,
Godzilla was fired upon and injected with ANEB.
Virtually unaffected, the invulnerable juggernaut
advanced north into the mountains.
Realizing the need to increase Godzilla's body
temperature for proper bacterial growth conditions,
the JSDF employed the use of the MBT-92 beam
cannons and the M6000 T.C. System lightning generators,
and an immense final offensive was set up in
the countryside near the Takahama Atomic Plant.
The exotic weaponry succeeded in raising Godzilla's
temperature, heating his body in the humid, rainy
conditions. The weakened monster's head hung
low, his energy levels were beginning to dwindle.
Even still, his immense power was formidable.
He annihilated two nearby helicopters as he continued
to approach the nuclear plant.
Meanwhile, the sky began to glow with pulsating
flashes of light. Golden dust began to descend
from the clouds and enter the ground. Rematerializing
in the subterranean soil, a far taller and more
vicious Biollante emerged to challenge her reptilian
counterpart. The final battle was about to begin:
Godzilla versus Biollante! Her vines launched,
but were quickly severed by Godzilla's nuclear
breath. Biollante began to stampede toward her
feral foe, violently quaking the Earth as she
approached. One of her amorphous tendrils sliced
through Godzilla's hand as another ruptured his
shoulder. A toothed tentacle began to constrict
the monolith of flesh, but he unleashed his nuclear
pulse in retaliation. The gaping snout of the
towering, mutant plant began to release a potent
acid sap, and proceeded to clamp onto Godzilla's
skull. His thermonuclear ray repelled the monster,
but Godzilla's exhaustion from a lack of nuclear
energy took its toll on the beast. He fell onto
the shore, its head sinking into the sea. Biollante,
meanwhile, began to combust and ascend into the
atmosphere. As she returned to the sky, Godzilla's
body temperature lowered in the cool water. He
rose and roared, but returned to the ocean. Traveling
north, the nuclear leviathan rested in frigid
depths of the Bering Sea...
The Anti-Nuclear Energy Bacteria, lying dormant
in Godzilla's body, continued to act as a hindrance
to the monster for three long years. In 1992,
Futurians from the 23rd century traveled back
in time to the 1940s in order to attempt to wipe
Godzilla from the Earth's history. Instead, they
only managed to create the Godzilla that presently
existed. Amidst the confusion of this misunderstanding,
the Japanese government, terrified by the duplicitous
Futurians who prepared to destroy Japan with
their ultimate weapon: King Ghidorah, concocted
a desperate plan of action. They would use a
secret submarine to launch nuclear missiles in
the Bering Sea, in order to reawaken and transform
what they believed to be a relatively weak Godzillasaurus
lying at the bottom of the ocean. Little did
they realize that this dinosaur had already mutated
into the modern Godzilla that had attacked Japan
in the 1980's. The nuclear submarine approached
what was believed to be a Godzillasaurus, and
instead came face-to-face with Godzilla! The
savage saurian animal ripped into the hull of
the submersible and absorbed its energy. Its
cells began to reproduce and its strength increased
A new Godzilla was born...