With Moguera damaged, the UNGCC (United Nations Godzilla Countermeasures Center) began to focus on a remodeled version to combat the new space monster. Although identical in most respects, the repaired machine was equipped with a jamming system named MECM. This interferes with electromagnetic waves, a direct response to what allowed the space monster to easily defeat Moguera the first time. With this improvement, the craft was christened with a new name as Mogeura II - SRF.
It didn't take long at all for
the space monster, now called SpaceGodzilla, to
appear on Earth. Akira Yuki now piloted the craft,
and as he led Moguera to SpaceGodzilla, Godzilla
suddenly appeared in Kagoshima. Yuki had long
had a vendetta against Godzilla, since his friend
had been killed by the monster in 1990. Defying
orders, he turned the craft around to confront
the nuclear menace, but his crew mates Koji Shinjo
and Kiyoshi Sato put a stop to it. They knocked
Yuki out and turned the craft back around so they
could face SpaceGodzilla, the more imminent threat.
Moguera approached SpaceGodzilla's crystal fortress
in Fukuoka, and shot it's Spiral Grenade Missiles. The explosives scored a direct hit, as the giant machine followed up with it's Plasma Maser Cannon. Utilizing the treads on it's feet, Moguera moved in for close range combat. Using it's Crusher Drill, the mecha ran it's spinning drill nose into the monster's
shoulder. However, the robot was quickly knocked
back by SpaceGodzilla's Corona Beam. Moguera began
to roll backwards, firing its chest beam all the
while. SpaceGodzilla gathered more energy and
fired its Corona Beam again, knocking Moguera over. The force of the fall knocked out both pilots Koji Shinjo and Kiyoshi Sato.
In a state of defenselessness, Yuki awoke to see SpaceGodzilla slowly advancing on the fallen Moguera. Immediately, Yuki shouted at his copilots to wake up and
resumed command of the vessel. The crew were
forced to use the main thrusters to make a hasty
retreat, narrowly avoiding another blast of the Corona Beam. SpaceGodzilla surveyed the situation, just as Godzilla
arrived and entered the battle.
With SpaceGodzilla busy fighting the King of the Monsters, the crew observed SpaceGodzilla seeming to protect Fukuoka Tower from Godzilla's attacks. They theorized that the tall structure was being used alongside the crystal field as a power source. Moguera proceeded to separate into Star
Falcon and Land Moguera, in order to execute a
new plan of attack.
After the two separate machines led an offensive
against SpaceGodzilla's power supply, aiding Godzilla in destroying Fukuoka Tower, they combined
once more to form Moguera. The mech reentered
the fray and fired all of its weapons on the space monster.
It used its Spiral Grenade Missiles to destroy
SpaceGodzilla's shoulder crystals, but in the
process lost it's left hand to the Corona Beam.
Filled with rage, SpaceGodzilla used it's tail as a spear. It lodged it directly into the mech's Plasma Maser Cannon, a weak point in the armor. The crystal fused monster then quickly twisted it's body, using the force to whip Moguera forward as his tail dislodged, sending the giant machine flying through the air and into a building. Moguera was almost wrecked, and
Yuki told his crew mates to escape. Secretly, Yuki still had revenge against Godzilla on his mind, attempting to elevate himself outside a hatch to attack the nuclear menace with a self-created blood coagulant. The ploy was interrupted by SpaceGodzilla nearby, as the two monsters engage each other again. In response, Yuki frantically tried to move the mech, only to have it's engines roar to life. The sudden acceleration sent Yuki flying, knocking him out against the hull. The giant machine was sent crashing
straight into SpaceGodzilla in the process, but ultimately rammed head first into a nearby
building. The impact rendered the once brilliant mech inoperable.
Miki Saegusa and Koji Shinjo saved Yuki just
in time, as Godzilla shot its spiral fire ray.
The immense energy ray destroyed SpaceGodzilla
once and for all. The ray also annihilated Moguera in the
process, the powerful beam tearing through the thick armor that had intended to protect it from Godzilla's normal atomic ray. The crew of Moguera survived and SpaceGodzilla
was no more, but Godzilla lived on...