Watched this one, but have seen it many times before. Typical Godzilla logic at play here.
Godzilla goes critical, hit him with a big weapon, side effect that some new scary monster comes up.
There is no plot, but then again why should there be. This is about monsters beating the crap out of each other.
Destoroyah might actually be one of the scarier Godzilla monsters too. Very demonic looking. So much so that I have used a Destoroyah toy in my own games.
In fact here is Destoroyah's demonic type as an Eldritch Witchery Calabim demon.
Gargantua (Calabim demon)
SZ: I (50+ feet)
AC: 8 -4
Move: 180' / Fly: 240'
HD: 30 (125)
Attacks: Claw/Claw/ (2 two-handed sword), tail-swipe, breath weapon (6d6 lightning bolt)
Special: Fly 240', Magic Resistance (fire) 90%, Immune to mundane weapons
These horrors are destruction incarnate. These demons stand over 50 feet tall and are vaguely humanoid. Each one is unique, but all have characteristics in common. They are typically humanoid in shape, but could be covered in scales, leathery skin, fur, chitin, or any combination of these. Their intellect is below that of animals and they exist only to destroy. Powerful Balor or even Arch Fiends can control them, but it is difficult to do. Mostly they are sent somewhere where everything must be destroyed or eaten. Gargantua will even fight and kill other demons. All gargantua have massive claw and bite attacks. Any roll of box cars (double sixes) on a bite indicates the victim has been swallowed whole. Every gargantuan also has a breath weapon attack. Typically fire, but lighting and wind are also common.
Human wizards have been known to try to summon these creatures but the destruction they cause usually outweigh any perceived benefits they may offer. The spells to do so are carefully guarded.
What are you watching?
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