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    After carefull consideration i nominate Godzilla as the vilest villian of all time, Haniable lecture, caliqua, the creature from aliens, dracula and every other monster or man wearing a mask of evil are just mean in comparison to the zilla,
    This guy has but one mission in life, which is too pop up every now and then and level tokoyo, shot some stuff out his mouth and decintergrate any thing in his way, including other monster good/bad.

    He does all of this at his leisure, he dont have his doings in any type of emotional context, you never see him smile or frown.


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    so what's wrong with leveling Tokyo ? you sometimes need to demolish to make way for new buildings
    imo Godzilla is merely in the employ of the Tokyo construction mafia


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    Quote Originally Posted by curious1 View Post
    After carefull consideration i nominate Godzilla as the vilest villian of all time, Haniable lecture, caliqua, the creature from aliens, dracula and every other monster or man wearing a mask of evil are just mean in comparison to the zilla,
    This guy has but one mission in life, which is too pop up every now and then and level tokoyo, shot some stuff out his mouth and decintergrate any thing in his way, including other monster good/bad.

    He does all of this at his leisure, he dont have his doings in any type of emotional context, you never see him smile or frown.

    Hold on, you're forgetting all those times that he showed up to protect Tokyo against the likes of Mechagodzilla, the the Smog monster, Ghidorah and the like.
    "Men are apt to mistake the strength of their feelings for the strength of their argument.
    The heated mind resents the chill touch & relentless scrutiny of logic"-W.E. Gladstone


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    Such is true, however when he showed up it was mostly because another monster was trying to reek terror on his stomping grounds, the only thing he was trying to save was his recreation. and to that end he was fearless as ever.
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