This article is an archived listing to all non-prose submissions for the Kaiju War Chronicles and its related material. Formerly the K.W.C. Animated Battles.

1. K.W.C. Multimedia Match List
2. K.W.C. Multimedia Overview


K.W.C. Multimedia #9: Godzilla® (Showa) vs. Anguirus (Universal)
K.W.C. Multimedia #8: Mechagodzilla® (Heisei) vs. SpaceGodzilla vs. Destoroyah
K.W.C. Multimedia #7: Iris vs. Gigan (Universal)
K.W.C. Multimedia #6: Godzilla® (Legendary) vs. Legion
K.W.C. Multimedia #5: Godzilla® (Legendary) vs. Biollante
K.W.C. Multimedia #4: Zilla vs. MUTO
K.W.C. Multimedia #3: Mechagodzilla® (Showa) vs. Ultraman (Universal)
K.W.C. Multimedia #2: Kiryu vs. Gomora
K.W.C. Multimedia #1: Godzilla® (Heisei) vs. Gamera (Heisei)


What about K.W.C. Multimedia? What are the rules and processes?

For all things concerning K.W.C. Multimedia material, all rules which apply to written K.W.C. matches also carry over to this section unless otherwise stated. For a general overview and the differences, please review the FAQ section for more details

So! How do I get into the K.W.C. Multimedia?

For the K.W.C. Multimedia we ask you create a unique match with two or more combatants from the massive pool of options to choose from in the Combatant Statistics. This can be done in a variety of formats including Audio Drama, Comic, Video, or any other format you can think of.

Where do I send it once it is finished?

Send an email with a link or file containing your work to with the Subject saying it’s a Multimedia project.

Can I remake a K.W.C. match in this new format? I want to do a comic of Bagan vs. Everyone: Fallout!

In this instance, all we ask is that you inform us prior, but you definitely can remake any of the fantastic matches of the K.W.C.

So I noticed you make Godzilla (Legendary) vs. Legion in video format. Can I still make an Audio Drama or Comic of my own battle?

Yup. For our own sanity, we will just list it as Godzilla vs. Legion: Round 2.

What’s up with the green dot on the avatar?

Moving forward circa Match 380, the “Retirement” system has been updated into “Multimedia Exclusivity”; this allows more opportunities for the Multimedia section to be used for those less familiar with the intricacies of the K.W.C. The green asterisk on the avatar is to indicate that those combatants can only be used in the Multimedia section and not the regular K.W.C. prose.

Can a Multimedia match be a sequel to a K.W.C. match? And can a K.W.C. match be a sequel to a Multimedia match?

Yes, they absolutely can! You can interchangeably switch between a K.W.C. match and Multimedia if you’re telling a big story, or if a combatant you wish to use is under the Multimedia Exclusive zone.

Do Assist-type characters have the same rules here as they do in the regular K.W.C.?


How is the banner… wait… do I even get a banner?

If you would like to make a request then yes, but otherwise this would be handled by the content creator. If you do want a custom banner for your video, comic, etc, be sure to include any special requests like location, time, etc.

If I create a video, does it have to be posted to Toho Kingdom first? I have a small channel on YouTube and I can’t really hold off on releasing it.

Of course not! Special to the K.W.C. Multimedia, as long as the date is under one year old, then we will still accept your creation. We understand this content is extremely difficult to create and will not penalize you for a first release on platforms including Vimeo or YouTube.

For a submission, do I have to put “K.W.C. Multimedia” in the title of my project?

There is no issue with that, but it will be listed on Toho Kingdom as a K.W.C. Multimedia match. So long as it meets all the rules of the section, you can name it whatever you desire on other platforms.

So, I watched this video/found this comic and I want to post it, but it’s not mine. Can I still submit it?

Absolutely not. Only the creator of the content can submit their work to be a part of the K.W.C. Multimedia.

If I commissioned someone to make a K.W.C.M., can I submit it?

In this case you can, but be sure to have the commissioned artist credited and that they know what they’re getting into. As long as you can prove that you were the one responsible for the commission, then all should be fine.