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Godzilla vs. Cthulhu


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Grand Lodge

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Xabulba wrote:
Kthulhu wrote:
LazarX wrote:
It is quite simple. Godzilla would become Big C's most ardent cultist.
It's like I said a few months ago. Godzilla is merely an overgrown Deep One. In fact, he's the 2nd most powerful Deep One, right after Dagon. Making him far inferior to Cthulhu.
Remember that Godzilla is a female so she would most likely be Cthulhu's b&*&+ and therefore Cthulhu does whatever Godzilla wants.

Godzilla is only female in movies where Baby Godzilla makes an appearance.

Shadow Lodge

donato wrote:
As money is power, I think this battle is truly decided in sales. Seeing as Godzilla is winning in both merchandise and the box office, I declare the big G to be the winner.

Maybe once. But there is a ridiculous amount of Cthulhu merchandise these days (helped by his public domain status), and we're closing in on a decade since the last Godzilla film.


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It looks like Big C is no where to be seen.. (linkity)


Grand Magus wrote:

It looks like Big C is no where to be seen.. (linkity)

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If anyone wants to buy Godzilla insurance, let me know because I will
sell it to you. $20 for a lifetime coverage policy.

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Have you seen the "Godzilla vs. Cthulhu" game ?

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Dedicated Voter 2013

Godzilla *is* a Great Old One. He hangs out with the Big C during his down time.


LazarX wrote:
Xabulba wrote:
Kthulhu wrote:
LazarX wrote:
It is quite simple. Godzilla would become Big C's most ardent cultist.
It's like I said a few months ago. Godzilla is merely an overgrown Deep One. In fact, he's the 2nd most powerful Deep One, right after Dagon. Making him far inferior to Cthulhu.
Remember that Godzilla is a female so she would most likely be Cthulhu's b&*&+ and therefore Cthulhu does whatever Godzilla wants.
Godzilla is only female in movies where Baby Godzilla makes an appearance.

So Godzilla is hermaphrodite.


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I DECLARE MYSELF THE WINNER


Jesszilla wrote:
I DECLARE MYSELF THE WINNER

That means you have to dance for us.

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Dedicated Voter 2013

Grand Magus wrote:
Jesszilla wrote:
I DECLARE MYSELF THE WINNER

That means you have to dance for us.

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Makes REAL certain that he is well outside of dancing range...

The Exchange

Holds up a 1!!!!


Grand Magus wrote:
Jesszilla wrote:
I DECLARE MYSELF THE WINNER

That means you have to dance for us.

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"DANCING" IS JUST STOMPING RHYTHMICALLY, YES? I'M OKAY WITH THAT.

::STOMPS RHYTHMICALLY::


Jesszilla wrote:
Grand Magus wrote:
Jesszilla wrote:
I DECLARE MYSELF THE WINNER
That means you have to dance for us.

"DANCING" IS JUST STOMPING RHYTHMICALLY, YES? I'M OKAY WITH THAT.

::STOMPS RHYTHMICALLY::

A CHALLENGER APPROACHES!


I WAS HERE FIRST. FIND YOUR OWN DANCE FLOOR.


PUNY MORTAL BEINGS. THE GREAT CTHULHU EXISTED IN IN ALL HIS LIMITLESS POWER BEFORE THE FLESH BAG GODZILLA WAS A NEWLY LAIN EGG WAITING TO HATCH.


AND YOU STILL CAN'T DANCE.


Jesszilla also has a +4 racial modifier in Stomp Stomp Revolution.

Scarab Sages

If Cthulhu rises, he's gonna have one heck of a revolution on his hands. Humanity will fight him to their last breath.

Conversely, people would line up for miles to cheer on their new reptilian overlord.

A fight between Godzilla and Cthulhu isn't just a fight between the two. It's Cthulhu vs. Godzilla + THE ENTIRE HUMAN RACE ROOTING FOR, AND TECHNOLOGICALLY ENHANCING, Godzilla.

Oh, and Godzilla always wins, especially when all of Japan, and the world, cheers for him. Kind of like Gamera, who would erupt from the ocean whilst Mothra soared in from the islands to help Godzilla. Remember, he's the king of monsters, and it's not about who would win in a duel, it's about who wins, and who's dead.

SKREEEEEEEOOOONK!!!!

Shadow Lodge

Would you brag of the abilities of an army of ants in a fight between the entire German blitzkrieg and a dozen British Spitfires? For that is how little the support of humanity would matter. The dread Lord of R'lyeh would crush the pitiful overgrown rebellious Deep One, and not even notice the teeming masses of tiny pink hairless monkeys.


Kthulhu wrote:
Would you brag of the abilities of an army of ants in a fight between the entire German blitzkrieg and a dozen British Spitfires? For that is how little the support of humanity would matter. The dread Lord of R'lyeh would crush the pitiful overgrown rebellious Deep One, and not even notice the teeming masses of tiny pink hairless monkeys.

But, how do you miss an obvious breakfast when you wake up angry and hungry?


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Godzilla's a wee lad compared to Great Cthulhu. Godzilla has a nuclear breath weapon. Cthulhu thinks that Godzilla would look good turning upon his tiny pink hairless monkey fanbois and incinerating the lot of them. Godzilla's SAN loss is more than sufficient to warrant saying "yes boss" to this wonderful suggestion.

Godzilla becomes the forerunner of monsters yet to come. Too bad for the Godzilla fanbois - although they at least enjoy the knowledge that "their monster" is as he always was - prone to incinerate and stomp on his fanbois simply because he woke up with a migraine.

After all, Godzilla's patterns of emergence are for no apparent reason. Godzilla dreams. Great Cthulhu rules the dreams of those who rest in the ocean depths.

Great Cthulhu wins before initiative is even a consideration.


Wanders through thread...

I'll just be leaving this here.
teefury 6/30/2012
IA! IA!


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Into the dirt, his will be done.

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I can dance and sing!

RRRRRROOOOOOAAAAAAAAAWWWWWWRRRRRRR! in E Flat.

*Raises leg left - stomps, raises right leg - stomps*

C-B-Flat.


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Oh god, please no. > final battle <

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Does Godzilla know Aikido??

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Brother Faust the Elder wrote:

Godzilla's a wee lad compared to Great Cthulhu. Godzilla has a nuclear breath weapon. Cthulhu thinks that Godzilla would look good turning upon his tiny pink hairless monkey fanbois and incinerating the lot of them. Godzilla's SAN loss is more than sufficient to warrant saying "yes boss" to this wonderful suggestion.

Godzilla becomes the forerunner of monsters yet to come. Too bad for the Godzilla fanbois - although they at least enjoy the knowledge that "their monster" is as he always was - prone to incinerate and stomp on his fanbois simply because he woke up with a migraine.

After all, Godzilla's patterns of emergence are for no apparent reason. Godzilla dreams. Great Cthulhu rules the dreams of those who rest in the ocean depths.

Great Cthulhu wins before initiative is even a consideration.

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No way. Godzilla knows where Cthulhu is sleeping on the bottom of the
ocean. So it is just a matter of walking over and performing a
coup da grace.

sigh... Now I miss Cthulhu. Too bad he is such a bad fighter, and that
Godzilla keeled his ass.

(Cthulhu couldn't even dodge the boat that hit him in the head and popped his head open.)

Hurray Godzilla!!

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RRRRRRRRRRROOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAWWWWWWWWWWRRRRRRRR!!!!!!!!!


Gotta go with Godzilla on this one. Chuthulu's mind tricks might work on mere mortals but would be ineffective against Godzilla. Godzilla is invulnerable to most physical harm and heals fast as well. In "Call of Chuthulu" said monster got his head split open by a ramming boat (though he does heal fast) but this would not have even scratched Godzilla. Plus Godzilla has that crazy atomic breath weapon which would probably dehydrate something as squishy as Chuthulu. And Chuthulu couldn't even run and hide in his city of R'lyeh, because Godzilla is ocean based as well. Yeah, I think Chuthulu would become an 'Old Dead One'.

Liberty's Edge

Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Pawns, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Godzilla because Toho wouldn't approve the script otherwise.

Paizo Employee Digital Products Assistant

Merged threads.


Godzilla and Cthulu would be tied...

Until HE showed up....

The one that rules all monsters, all aliens, and all existence!

Cathulu!

Cathulu wins.


Not-Cthulhu vs Not-Godzilla

Edit:

And a Not-Mechagodzilla repaint (the original is white and orange)


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Another reason Godzilla is infuriated with Cthulhu:

Did you see that movie Pacific Rim. [ url=greatest film ever made ]

Well, that vortex or portal the Kaiju were coming out of -- I think that
was Yog-Sothoth (or atleast part of her.) Cthulhu is a bad guest,
because he brings his uninvited friends along.

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Godzilla's defeated abominations (Hedorah), quasi-immortal star dragons (King Ghidorah), goddesses (Mothra), cyborgs (Gigan), a double-team of robot and dinosaur (Mechagodzilla and Titanosaurus), etc. Hell, he's had a black hole dropped on him and walked away.

Cthulhu's been beaten by a freakin' boat, so ... get a grip, Cthulhu fan-boys. Your little squid is fightin' out of his league.

(Oh, and Godzilla says he was really tasty with that marinara sauce.)

Game ... over.


Jaelithe wrote:

Godzilla's defeated abominations (Hedorah), quasi-immortal star dragons (King Ghidorah), goddesses (Mothra), cyborgs (Gigan), a double-team of robot and dinosaur (Mechagodzilla and Titanosaurus), etc. Hell, he's had a black hole dropped on him and walked away.

Cthulhu's been beaten by a freakin' boat, so ... get a grip, Cthulhu fan-boys. Your little squid is fightin' out of his league.

(Oh, and Godzilla says he was really tasty with that marinara sauce.)

Game ... over.

Godzilla's atomic breath alone would tip the scales.

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