What is Godzillasaurus?

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In the early 1990s, time travelers from the distant future appeared with a warning for Japan. Dubbed the Futurians, the time travelers told of the eventual destruction that Godzilla would bring to the nation. They also revealed a solution to save the country.

Bringing back research compiled in the future, the Futurians told the history of Godzilla. They revealed that in the 1940s a relic from Earth’s past thrived on the remote Lagos Island among the Marshall Islands in the Pacific Ocean. This ancient creature, a dinosaur, measured 12 meters in height, comparable to a tyrannosaurus rex. It so happened that this dinosaur, called Godzillasaurus, would eventually mutate into Godzilla. Exposure to the mutagenic radioactivity of the hydrogen bomb in 1954 would not only increase its size but grant it new abilities as well.

To prevent Godzilla from attacking Japan, the Futurians proposed a radical solution. Rather than attack Godzilla, they proposed returning to the past to prevent his birth. The plan involved removing Godzillasaurus from Lagos Island, thus preventing his eventual mutation. The Japanese government was convinced that this was a viable option, and perhaps the only solution. Taking an expedition group that included a Futurian, an android, and present day civilians, they embarked for the year 1944 …

GodzillasaurusFebruary 6th, 1944, the day the time travelers landed on Lagos Island. Godzillasaurus had lived a peaceful life on the vegetation rich island. That peace was shattered though as World War II was raging in the Pacific Islands. A Japanese garrison, pinned down by the American forces, was hiding out on the isle. Seeing the end of this conflict in sight, the Americans bombarded the island with heavy fire from nearby battleships.

Exhausted but still determined, the morning of February 7th, 1944, marked the final push back by the remnants of the Japanese garrison. The Japanese forces, however, charged right into an ambush. They suffered early, and heavy causalities. That morning, though, the Godzillasaurus wandered right into the middle of the battlefield. The US soldiers took little time to gaze in amazement at the magnificent creature before they sought to annihilate him. The Godzillasaurus retaliated and chased the soldiers to the shores of the island. A US battleship fired on the beast, and for a moment it appeared as though the creature had been defeated. Just then, the thundering theropod rose to its feet and proceeded to kill more of his enemies. The wounded dinosaur retreated inland, where he collapsed. Witnessing the incident, the remaining American battleships departed, assuming the dinosaur would seal the fate of the Japanese.

The time-traveling expedition group, meanwhile, had witnessed the whole incident. They concluded that this had to be Godzilla. Determined this would remove Godzilla from the timeline, they traveled further in time.

February 14th, 1944, with their enemies gone, the Japanese garrison was ready to leave the island. Before embarking, though, they approached their wounded savior. Unable to assist the downed creature, the garrison saluted the dinosaur and hoped that he would make a quick recovery. As the garrison left, the expedition group came to the scene shortly thereafter. They teleported the dinosaur to the Bering Sea, away from the hydrogen bomb test that would take place on Lagos Island. In the creature’s place, though, the Futurians secretly placed their genetically engineered pets: the Dorats. Ready to embark back to 1992, the expedition felt they had protected Japan. What the modern-day civilians failed to realize, though, was that their actions actually created the reality they already lived in. By moving the creature to the frigid Bering Sea, the expedition gave birth to the new Godzilla. As fate would have it, in the 1970s a Russian nuclear submarine would sink in the Bering Sea. Amidst potential controversy, it was claimed that the nuclear material was salvaged. In truth, nuclear material ultimately irradiates the animal in the cold ocean. The new Godzilla, much larger than the beast who attacked Japan in 1954, hungered for nuclear material. To satisfy this hunger, the creature would emerge in 1984 …

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