EternalMothra wrote:I would say Kamoebas - since he was just slashed by Godzilla and killed. Whereas, at least some (if not all of the FW kaiju) actually did "something."
And where did you get this? Also, again, we don't know HOW he died or how much of a fight he put up as Zarm said, so Kamoebas is ruled out entirely. Kiryu is ruled out as well since not only did he put up a tough fight, but there are considerably
weaker monsters in the Millennium series. It'd be tough scaling the guardians power levels in GMK since they fought a guaranteed death machine, but even those guys are more powerful than monsters from GFW based on how much of a fight they put up alone.
_JNavs_ wrote:I think a good one would be Kiryu vs MG1/2 who wins?
This would be tough, first we'd have to ask who is tougher between MG1 and MG2. I feel like MG2 is overall better since he literally killed an arguably more powerful Godzilla, but MG1 is an insanely tough H2H fighter with a variety of defensive weapons. I feel like MG2 could tank MG1's weapons but would get slaughtered H2H, it all comes down to MG1's durability to other weapons, and that's tough since we only see him tank Godzilla's weaker-than-Heisei beam. Well, he does take his own beam as well and that does some damage. Thus I feel as though MG2 has a chance if he fires everything off before MG1 has the chance to get up close, once MG1 is unclose it's GG. Now Kiryu is a good H2H fighter and possibly better, but he's got terrible durability, so that's a wrap for Kiryu.
_JNavs_ wrote:I'd say any Kaiju from Final Wars minus the beast combo of Gigan/Monster X are the weakest of the Millennium series. Followed by those weak "gods in name only" from GMK.
I might make a case for Rodan, King Caesar, and Anguirus, which is that it's the same case with the GMK kaiju like UltramanGoji said, which is that they were just fighting an abnormally stronger incarnation of Godzilla himself.