Kaiju Creepypasta: Baradagi Part 3: the Giant ClawKaiju Creepypasta: Baradagi Part 3: the Giant Claw2 years ago in Horror More Like This
I pointed over to the tape on top of the pile. It was completely unmarked, as were the rest. “Let’s check that one out first, shall we?” I asked.
“Fair enough.” Mumbled Arthur. He quietly popped the first tape out, and went into the next room, returning in a minute with a piece of masking tape and a sharpie. He slapped some tape on the edge of the cassette, and scrawled something on it before showing it to me. It read “B-Garasharp”
“The ‘B’ he explained, “marks proof of Baradagi. We might put something else on the tapes if more patterns pop up that we notice.”
I shook my head. “More patterns? You got any coffee, Red Bull, Mountain Dew? This could be a long night…”
He strode into the other room, but was back in a moment with several massive bottles of Mountain Dew in his hands and a big grin on his face. “There’s plenty more where those came from.” he chuckled as he set them in f
Tyrantis vs. PathogenTyrantis vs. Pathogen8 years ago in Science Fiction More Like This
WARNING: The following contains written creature violence akin to that found in, say, a PG 13 movie. Not enough to be "Mature Content," but enough for me to want to warn you. It also contains some swearing (again, PG 13 worthy, not enough to be "Mature"). This is the fourth chapter in a much larger work, so please read The Terror of Tyrantis, Tyrantis's Revenge, and Tyrantis vs. MechaTyrantis (in that order)before reading this to avoid being confused. We now return you to your regularly scheduled programming.
The Tyrantis Saga
Tyrantis vs. Pathogen:
Battle against Devastation!
For countless days the tiny men had scrambled over the mammoth carcass, unaware they were being watched themselves. Even when the corpse had eyes and its own consciousness, fragile as it may have been, they were unaware. They busied themselves about whether the corpse's original mind was still there without giving a thought to the new one that was growing. How narrow minded of them, though wasn
Kaiju: The Big Bad BlueKaiju: The Big Bad Blue3 years ago in Profiles More Like This
Type 4- Slayer class
Height: 68 meters
Length: 240 meters
Ability's and aspects:
Alpha breath- A deadly breath of super-charged energy, that can annihilate an entire mountain in seconds,and incinerate any Kaiju rival.
Hyper senses- A remarkably quick and sharp awareness to its surroundings. These sixth super-senses enable the beast not only predict future threats, but also to feel and understand the fabric of nature.
Incredible agility- Can perform outstandingly high jumps,and lethal yet very precised kicks.
When engaged on battle, Slierus offend displayed a ruthless combat skills witch remind some kind of a savage martial art.
Savage force- Slierus's body constantly over flowing with both energy, and raw physical power.
The beast often displayed its brute force, by tearing apart anything in its path, from standard buildings up to rival Kaijus.
On top of mire strength, the Slayer's equipp
They woke up the monsterA lethargy that I never expected was stopped, a lethargy that I wish had been longerThey woke up the monster4 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
They interrupted me, They woke me up, They got angry
Many years have passed and I still not forget the anger and rage that flooded me at that time
At the time of death fell from the sky and I became its herald
I stopped being what I was, I stopped to rest, I became something else
"The scientific miracle of the century", "a god", "king of the monsters"...
But I always saw me as the personification of death
A giant walking death
Nine years passed and I untied an unjust revenge on people who in part was innocent
They had committed their own atrocities, but they were not guilty of my awakening
But I was the new incarnation of the atomic bomb for them
Their weapons never could and never will be able to stop the horror I unleash
Fifty years have passed and I still can't forget the anger and rage that flooded me at that time
At the time when the great fire woke me up
By the time I became the ruler of all aber
Go G: TimelineGo G: Timeline5 years ago in Science Fiction More Like This
Go G Timeline:
1954: - Gojira first appears on a remote island. The JSDF is powerless against it as it moves into Japan. He destroys about 45% of Tokyo and many smaller towns and cities. Killed by Dr. Serizawas O.D. (Oxygen Destroyer) in the Pacific ocean.
-Frankenstein, a human tainted by Gojiras cells, is discovered in Tokyos Radioactive Fallout Zone. Defends the Japanese scientists from a group of mutated scavengers, (Deutalios, Skokirus, etc.) Disappears after the attack, presumably into the sea.
1955: - Godzilla 2 is sighted a few miles out of Osaka Bay fighting Anguirus. The two move the fight into Osaka, Godzilla wins, leaving Anguirus in a 7 year coma. Godzilla is trapped inside a glacier by JSDF pilots.
1956: - Rodan 1 and 2 emerge from a dormant volcano. Rodan 1 is killed by the JSDF, Rodan 2 escapes into a remote region of Japan.
1958: - Bal
Destroy All MonstersDestroy All Monsters7 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
GODZILLA: THE SERIES
EPISODE 3. 10
DESTROY ALL MONSTERS
Year 25 500 000 B.C.
Many eons ago, on an alien planet just outside our solar system, the fourth planet from that sun, there was planet that was full of life and many of the animal life forms were enormous. A giant spider like creature was feeding on the skeletal remains of a long dead prey when it meal was interrupted by a giant bipedal green monster, with long horns. From above a giant vampiric avian creature soars waiting for the loser of the fight to fall that it could steal its dinner, but the situations has become more complicated when a giant green, toothed worm appeared from beneath the earth.
The giant monster flying above them decides to take an opportunity of the distraction and try and kill the worm. But then in the middle of the struggle a strange sound of wind from an hurricane, was approaching as the struggling monster stopped their battle, a giant wall-like blizzard came in approach. The four monster try
Tyrantis vs. MechaTyrantisTyrantis vs. MechaTyrantis8 years ago in Science Fiction More Like This
WARNING: The following contains written creature violence akin to that found in, say, a PG 13 movie. Not enough to be "Mature Content," but enough for me to want to warn you. It also contains some swearing (again, PG 13 worthy, not enough to be "Mature"). This is the third chapter in a much larger work, so please read The Terror of Tyrantis and then Tyrantis's Revenge before reading this to avoid being confused. We now return you to your regularly scheduled programming.
The Tyrantis Saga
Tyrantis vs. MechaTyrantis
Two years had passed since what the press was now calling the "Tyrantis Incident" or, alternatively, "The Titan Invasion" in response to the monikers devised by the now famous Dr. Leslie Lerna. Little progress had been done in rebuilding San Francisco; aside from clearing and disposing of some rubble, the only new building was the First National Museum of Kaijuology/Monster Research and Defense D
Godzilla: A Heart Ruptured (P.1)Godzilla: A Heart Ruptured (P.1)2 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
Authors Note: This story takes place within my timeline and connects the Heisei Godzilla series with the Mothra Trilogy.
A.D. 1996, Approx. 15 days following Godzilla’s Demise
I: Lack of Remorse
“You’re here for a reason, Miss Saegusa. General Aso ordered you psychologically evaluated.” A stern male voice reached from the darkness, like a ghost-hand ripping Miki Saegusa from her nostalgic stupor.
Miki simply nodded, yet maintained staring at the plaque on the wall above the resident Psychologist’s desk paying heed to Godzilla’s death merely two weeks before. The entire city seemed to be cloaked in the post-radioactive glower of Godzilla’s end. Japan had been the center of the world for a few brief days as the possibility of Godzilla’s meltdown condition destroying the world seemed inevitable. Now that it was over, everyone seeme
Mutant Endings 'revised'Spacegodzilla: Having defeated the one creature that could have annihilated him, Spacegodzilla imprisons the maimed body of Bagan in a prison of crystal. Now satisfied with his work, Spacegodzilla returns to his crystal fortress in the heart of New York City to plan his next move. Unfortunately, his lust for power has alienated even the other mutants and they strive to bring down the tyrant; smashing through the crystal spires in fury. Even the Earth Defenders have joined the effort, a scarred Godzilla 2000 calling for vengeance. Facing the wrath of practically the entire planet, Spacegodzillas egotistical pride finally shatters and all he can do is watch in horror as a legion of angry kaiju break into his inner sanctum unbridled rage rolling off them in waves. Perhaps bringing back the power surges, and thus the possibility of critical mass, wasnt such a good ideaMutant Endings 'revised'6 years ago in Science Fiction More Like This
Destoroyah: Destoroyah existed for one thing and one thing only the extinction o
Godzilla 4 Character EndingsEarth DefendersGodzilla 4 Character Endings6 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Godzilla 2000: With Bagan lying defeated at his feet, Godzilla roars in triumph. His allies gather around him and bow, acknowledging him as the rightful king of the monsters. Humanity is seen in tatters but still alive and Miki watches on as Godzilla and his fellow Earth Defenders wade off into the sunset.
Godzilla 90s: Bagan seems to be defeated and the hardened warrior prepares to leave. But Bagan still has some life in him and prepares one last attack while the kings back is turned. Godzilla 2000 suddenly rushes in and takes the blast intended for his father and falls. With the excess energy spiraling around him and in an unfathomable rage, Godzilla 90s enters his burning state and fires a catatonic spiral ray. The beam utterly annihilates Bagan and wipes him, along with a good amount of the area, completely off the map. Godzilla 90s looks with a forlorn expression upon his fallen surrogate son and goes into melt down, his energy and li
Sonic X-Treme Episode 20Sonic X-Treme Episode 202 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Episode 20: The Death Egg Part 3: Super Sonic Power
Written by Erin Delgado and Reece Wooldridge
Last time, Team Sonic arrive onboard the Death Egg, but are sperated and put in different arenas to fight a foe: Sonic vs Robotnik, Tails vs Silver Sonic, and Sally vs Metal Sally. Sonic and Tails won but Sally lost and taken captive by Metal Sally. Also Neo Metal Sonic has taken the Chaos Emeralds and Master Emerald to his master. Now the Death Egg is at Sky Canyon, ready to take the last Emerald.
Meanwhile Sonic find a room guarded by some Swatbots, that might be where Metal Sally is holding Sally hostage, then someone grabbed Sonic, but the hedgehog reacted quickly, grabbed and pin the owner. It was Tails.
Tails: "Sonic, we have bad news. Robotnik has all the Chaos Emeralds and Master Emerald. We need to stop Robotnik now!"
Sonic: “But I can't leave Sally!”
Tails: (sighs) "You're right, first we'll save Aunt Sally, and then stop Robotni
WastelandWasteland3 years ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
Eliot hunched his shoulders against the wind, the relentless sand picking at the seals of his gloves and headgear trying to find a way inside. He watched the glow of the sun disappear beyond the horizon, his waking period now fully begun.
It had been weeks since he'd seen another soul, perhaps years. Who kept count of such things anymore anyways?
The last city he'd abandoned to the ravages of this dust bowl planet had been a graveyard, he'd taken what he could carry, what little food and fresh water remained before the decay and vermin forced him back into the desert, back to his search for living humans.
There had to be more, they were so prolific on this rock before the coming, had spread so far, achieved so much. He'd visited countless monuments to the species' achievement here, each sprawling steel and glass expanse a testament to human drive and ambition, each barren, vacant ghost-town a reminder that the planet doesn't welcome strangers, doesn't tolerate intrusion.
What I Learned at SRU -97-What I Learned at SRU -97-2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
A/N: Blablabla, spiritual mumbo-jumbo, something about me not being happy with how most of this turned out but I've got to try setting up the conclusion to this crime-drama-lite dealio going on.
What I Learned at SRU
Chapter 97 - Big Girls
- Monday, May 16th, 2011 -
"But...-" Aang paused for a moment, letting his pen drop onto his notebook's page. He folded his hands together in front of his lips, elbows propped on the table, and stared intently at his red-headed friend. "Dropping out? Are you...sure that's a good idea?"
Jane, eyes glued to her biology textbook, referenced a page and scribbled an answer on a worksheet.
"Just thinkin' maybe I don't belong here anymore..." Jane mumbled out, not looking up from her work. Aang studied her stoic face, putting the together some details he hadn't added up until just now. Jane looked healthy, well-rested, her hair was clean and brushed. She was wearing jeans and a plain white T-shirt. No boots, no belt, no h
Kaijuology 101Kaijuology 101Kaijuology 1015 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
By Dr. Wilhelmina Lerna
As kaiju attacks have been going on the rise, many have been wondering what exactly a kaiju is. The First Age of Monsters is a subject that has been under taught in schools, seen as just a string of coincidental freak accidents and little more. Now that we are experiencing the Second Age of Monsters, it has become clear that the giant creatures are much more than that. Yet what makes a kaiju different from other animals? How do they come to be? Precious few know the answers to these questions, and kaijuologists like myself have been working for years to improve those answers. This purpose of this short essay is to state, in layman's terms, what a kaiju is, how they come to be, and the different classes of kaiju are.
What Exactly is a Kaiju?
The word "kaiju" is Japanese. Roughly translated, it means "strange beast" or "monster."
Godzilla vs GameraAfter sinking into the sea with Kiryu, the menace known as Godzilla seemed to have disappeared forever ... But it wasn't. The anger that moved his actions went beyond the fact of desecrate his remains, it was an unimaginable hatred towards humanity. A hatred strong enough to make him emerge from the depths, letting the remains of his ancestor to rest and curing their severe injuries, Godzilla had returned to cause destruction.Godzilla vs Gamera4 years ago in Settings More Like This
With a fixed course in mind, Godzilla moving towards Japan without wasting time, knowing that now they would be helpless without Kiryu or Mothra to defend them. But on his way he met an opponent that he wasn't expected: Gamera, the guardian of the universe.
While Gamera main task was to eliminate the Gyaos, it was obvious that Godzilla was a danger even greater than those for humanity and quickly became the new main objective of the giant tortoise.
Knowing that he wouldn't be strong enough to lift the colossal reptile into the air, Gamera pushed with a
Godzilla 4 Endings 2Godzilla 4 Endings (second edition)Godzilla 4 Endings 26 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Godzooky: Once considered a joke, Godzooky had grown into large, viscous and agile predator much to Bagans dismay. The comical vapor of his youth had become a lethal gas in his prime and Bagan could only froth in agony as his insides liquefied from constant bombardment. Shrieking in victory, Godzooky tore Bagans nasal horn from his skull and flew off into the distance. A few days later, an interview with Dr. Quinn Darien revealed the location of the horn. Apparently Godzooky still remembered his old family and had left the horn at her nephew Petes condo as a gift. Godzooky had since flown off to parts unknown and even G-Force couldnt locate the now full-fledged kaiju. When asked if she knew his whereabouts, Dr. Quinn merely smiled and said that as an adult, Godzooky probably had more pressing things on his mind than demolishing cities like finding a mate
Armie: Having come seemingl
What I Learned at SRU -91-What I Learned at SRU -91-2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
What I Learned at SRU
Chapter 91 - Keepsakes
"We don't inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children."
~ David Brower
"Yea, I'm knee deep in articles for the Lotus this weekend, I won't have time until Sunday night. That reminds me, Ursa, you can't forget to get those photos developed tomorrow." She sighed at her empty CPO box - no mail. Not even today. Go figure...
"Don't worry, Kya, I'll take care of it," Ursa insisted from across the way, sniffing at the bouquet of roses she'd received.
"Rad. And Joel, did you finish editing that...-? Joel?" Kya frowned. As usual, Joel Fitzpatrick was off in another world, this time preoccupied with whatever he'd received today.
"What do you have there, Joel?" Ursa wondered.
Joel didn't respond, his olive eyes scanning the hand-written page eagerly. Ursa could see his freckled cheeks turning pink as his eyelids slid down with day-dreaming affection at the photograph that had been incl
What I Learned at SRU -94-What I Learned at SRU -94-2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
What I Learned at SRU
Chapter 94 - Legacy
"Your past is always your past. Even if you forget it, it remembers you."
― Sarah Dessen, What Happened to Goodbye
- Homecoming, 2006 -
"Azula..." Ursa glanced across the two-seat table with some concern. "You really didn't have any friends to invite to the party tonight?"
"I don't need friends, Mother," Azula groaned, shaking her head with dismissal as she looked across the cafeteria floor. "What I need is a proper education. That is what college is for, is it not? An education? Are you quite certain this facility is going to provide me with that?"
Ursa frowned at her daughter's sharp tongue. This place had once been Ursa's home. It was where she'd met Azula's father, and where Iroh still taught, all of these years later. The family had very deep ties to this place. Granted, maybe not all of Ursa's memories regarding SRU were positive, bu
Mutant MadnessMutant Madness6 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
GODZILLA: THE SERIES
In the governments secret facility known as Monsters Island(an area for captive mutations that was established in the wake of the Monster Wars), a tragedy is about to happen, due to sudden undetected seismic activity, the island starts to tremble and then the surface of the island begins to crack, destroying to facility and the mutations became free.
The monsters roar for the freedom they desired, so much that it has finally come to them. The control center that contains the self destruction mechanism was the first thing that was swallowed by the earth. The soldiers flee to the boats to get away from the sinking island as fast as possible. While the soldiers are happy to get away from the geological disaster the monsters, either swim or fly into the world that has no idea that they are coming. C-rex, King Cobra, The Giant Bat, the Shrewster, Rhinosaurus and the Giant Water Beetle are about to make the world a difficult place
Godzilla Endgame anime episodesGodzilla Endgame anime episodes2 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
0. Beginning of the End
Prologue episode. Explained are the origins of King Ghidorah, possible alien sightings, Masato in the future, Godzilla 1954, and government suspecting a second Godzilla.
1. Exposure pt. 1
Masato graduates from college and sets out to live on his own. At his beach house, he finds Natsumi who washed ashore from a vessel attack, and decided to protect her. Meanwhile, Lord Ghidorah seizes control of the Vortaak army.
2. Exposure pt. 2
Specialist Miku takes Masato and Natsumi on a tour of the GDF base in Hokkaido. Later, the city is ravaged by a giant monster, which turns out to be a second Godzilla specimen, repeating the horror in 1954.
Masato & Natsumi are accepted into the GDF and Masato volunteers to bodyguard Natsumi. Later, the Vortaak attack, but mons
Tyrantis: Twelve LaborsTyrantis: Twelve Labors8 years ago in Science Fiction More Like This
WARNING: The following contains written creature violence akin to that found in, say, a PG 13 movie. Not enough to be "Mature Content," but enough for me to want to warn you. It also contains some swearing (again, PG 13 worthy, not enough to be "Mature"). This is the sixth chapter in a much larger work, so please read The Terror of Tyrantis, Tyrantis's Revenge, Tyrantis vs. MechaTyrantis, Tyrantis vs. Pathogen, and Tyrantis: Five Dragons (in that order)before reading this to avoid being confused. We now return you to your regularly scheduled programming.
The Tyrantis Saga
"There he is," said one of the several helicopter pilots hovering over the streets of Genericton, USA. A manhunt or, rather, monster-hunt had been placed for Tyrantis since his disappearance in the forest that mere hours ago had been the ruins of San Francisco. Bizarre seismic activity had occurred, sucking
The Barrel Reviews - Sonic 3 and KnucklesThe Barrel Reviews - Sonic 3 and Knuckles2 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
Let's get some things out of the way right now. Yes, I consider Sonic 3 & Knuckles one game and not two. (I've had a lot people argue with me about that) And no, I will not be giving a mini-rundown on each of the levels. This game is too long for that and I'll only be mentioning levels that pertain to a specific point that I'm making.
To make a long story short; in order to make a worthy sequel to Sonic 2, Sonic team decided to make a much longer game with a more intuitive plot, and more spacious level design. Well, due to some deadlines needing to be met and limited data space in the Genesis cartridges the game Sonic 3 was rushed to release in February of 1994, a game that was somewhat short in comparison to its predecessor. And later in October of 1994 the game Sonic and Knuckles was released with a very unusual cartridge design with a port on the top of the cartridge that allowed for another game to plug into the top of it. As it turns out when you attach the Sonic 3 cartridge to th
Tyrantis's RevengeTyrantis's Revenge8 years ago in Science Fiction More Like This
WARNING: The following contains written creature violence akin to that found in, say, a PG 13 movie. Not enough to be "Mature Content," but enough for me to want to warn you. It also contains some swearing (again, PG 13 worthy, not enough to be "Mature"). This is the second chapter in a much larger work, so please read The Terror of Tyrantis before reading this to avoid being confused. We now return you to your regularly scheduled programming.
The Tyrantis Saga
Hundreds of men covered the immense dinosaur like ants on a carcass. The bunker was able to fit the monster with room to spare in one of the few lucky breaks the military had gotten that day.
"Why you chose to fly it all the way to Nevada is beyond me," Dr. Lerna shook her head at the sight of the fallen beast.
"Well, it seems our monster is in a coma rather than dead," Clark assessed without even acknowledging Lerna's statement. It was a ha