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Length: 34 meters
Height: 11 meters
Mass: 220 tons
  Powers/Weapons: Flight at mach 1; Fire-Mirror, which can reflect atomic heat rays; has a wide variety of missiles; armored in super heat resistant alloy; can fire torpedoes from two shafts on the front of the craft; equipped with a gatling gun
First Appearance: Godzilla vs. Biollante (1989)
Series:  Heisei  


Digging through what little remained of the original Super-X, Japan knew it wouldn't be long before Godzilla returned. The lava tomb that surrounded the creature would not hold forever, and Japan needed a weapon to stand against the monster. Logical thought turned first to the largest problem of the original craft. The reinforced plated armor was not able to stand Godzilla's continuous fire. So, instead of trying to block the hell fires, why not turn it back on the demon. Constructing a sheet of artificial diamond, the Super-X2 boasted what would be called the Fire Mirror. When the translucent screen was hit, the machine would then reflect it. Then, outfitting the flying battleship with a cage of numerous missiles and gatling bullet shells in its side turrets, the project was complete. Little did they know the multimillion-dollar machine would be used so soon.

Released from his volcanic coffin, the Monster King made his way to the Sea of Japan. Answering the public's cry of fear, the oak sage colored vessel was on its way. Meeting the towering beast, the Super-X2 wasted no time in activating its Fire Mirror. Blast after blast of Godzilla's blue essence beams were reflected back at the monster in the form of golden light, that seared into his black hide. Pushing the monster into the sea, and into retreat, the redirected power was too much. However, the commander of the ship would not give, and followed the monster into the torrent seas. Releasing twin explosive tipped torpedoes, Godzilla was forced to surface. Lifting his massive frame from the sea, the monster again set out in using his unfathomable sapphire flame. Eventually, after much cries of pain from his own fury, the mammoth creature was able to start to melt the shield. Ordering the maw of the shield closed, the Super-X2 was left to bombard Godzilla with missiles and steel jacketed shells. But the effort was useless and Godzilla knocked the machine out of the air with its tail. The Super-X2 was out of commission for the time being.

Observing the damage, the commander of the machine was told that the Fire Mirror was beyond repair. It would take time for them to replace the parabolic screen, time which they didn't have. Being signaled of Godzilla's appearance in another Japanese city, the ship was sent out again. This time not using it's main weapon, the vessel kept the monster at distance with it's other arsenal. Emptying every scrap of missile and bullet, the Super-X2 managed to lure Godzilla between several tall buildings. Towers that were filled with marines, armed with bazooka shells of Anti Nuclear Energy Bacteria. However, Godzilla was not within their range, and was threatening to move back and away from the city. Knowing full and well what he said next would destroy the Super-X2, the commander ordered that the Fire Mirror be opened. A smile of fenced teeth almost crossed the devil's face, as Godzilla breathed on last finally stream of brilliant flame. Being hit full force, the machine dropped from the sky, yet the act was not in vein, and Godzilla finally moved within distance of the awaiting soldiers.