Hey Admin…let's talk. So 10 hours ago I noted out what roars were made for the millennium Baragon and in those 10 hours you delete what I had wrote so I want to know is why you did it don't you think people should know if they want to?
Well you didn't check good enough I said Baragon had one particular roar that had an elephant in it and plus Baragon's roar is too made from a rooster can be easily heard along with the other animals I described and being a high knowledge Kaiju sound designer I know what it is from what.
Watch GMK again you'll see what I mean. It's not exactly like Toho will publish that particular roar in the SFX soundtrack, they do it with a lot of their monsters, I tend to watch a lot of Godzilla and try to recreate the sounds they make in movie so I know. Besides there are no clips from GMK of Baragon roaring.
Remember when Godzilla deflected Anguirus and made him send Rodan spiraling into to the ground?
Well listen to this...file:///Users/israelbarber/Desktop/Godzilla/Rodan%20(FW)%202004%2003.wav
August 2014: Great Godzilla 60 Years Special Effects Exhibition in Ikebukuro, Japan featuring:
Sokogeki suits (except for MosuLarva); Destoroyah costume head & Aggregate Destoroyahs, Final Wars Godzilla, Rodan, Anguirus, Monster X, Gigan and Hedorah; Godzilla Junior; TokyoGoji and HeiseiMosuImago; "the oxygen destroyer and Dr. Serizawa's diving helmet; the costumes for godzilla 1995[?], godzilla 2000, spacegodzilla, mogera, little godzilla, and kiryu (mechagodzilla 2003); the animatronic "skull" for the cybot godzilla (a 20 foot tall robotic prop); the head of the adult destoroyah, a small mothra larvae prop, the models used for the Super X2 and 3, model trains from King Kong vs. Godzilla and Destroy all Monsters, and original storyboards from godzilla and godzilla raids again." Photography was not allowed for many of the exhibits.
Hey GodzillaIsland, Ninjas on Fire and I were investigating who could have founded Wikizilla. After some deductions from other Wikis plus looking at the history of some of the Wikizilla pages, it turns out Wikizilla's founder was Danielwang.
Kaijuzilla, please don't speak for the bureaucrats.
Like Kaijuzilla said, the link didn't go along with the inter-wiki linking system, but it was not pointless. (Because GodzillaIsland7.2 fixed the link after he reverted the edit.) GodzillaIsland7.2 reverted your edit due to it not using the short, standard inter-wiki [[ ]].
Ah, ok. I'm still getting used to this Wiki stuff, thank you.
Oh, I just went back to the page, and clicked the link, which then jumped to the U.S. Release part. When I did that earlier it didn't happen, so I was confused. I guess the computer glitched or something? Heh, whoops.
Hey GodzillaIsland, is this the BioGoji suit? I really can't tell which suit it is since all Heisei suits look exactly the same to me, and I think it would be important to not mess up something like this. [The one I'm talking about is in the far left.]
Since this picture is not very clear at all, I'll also give this one which is undoubtedly the same suit.
I really don't think it would be the MogeGoji because of Burning Godzilla, but it might actually be BatoGoji or RadoGoji, though if the MechaGodzilla 1 suit still exists, BioGoji is possible.
I think it's the RadoGoji just because of the way the face looks. I could be wrong, but I'm pretty sure it's not the BioGoji suit. The BioGoji's head looked a lot different and had a longer neck. The eyes look too big to be the BatoGoji and it also lacks the bump on the top of the head and the ribbing on the neck that the BatoGoji had. It can't be the MogeGoji, because I'm pretty sure Toho buried that suit when they had a funeral for Godzilla after Godzilla vs. Destoroyah.
I always thought BatoGoji had a wider neck with more visible ribbing than the RadoGoji. Plus the eyes on the BatoGoji are smaller and more menacing than those on the RadoGoji and when viewed from some angles the BatoGoji looks like it has a small bump on the top of its head.
As far as I know, the only two Heisei suits Toho still has intact are BioGoji and RadoGoji. They basically dismembered the BatoGoji after Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla and the MogeGoji suit is underground. Last time I saw the BioGoji/GhidoGoji though, it was in really bad shape and this suit looks like it is in better condition, depending on when this picture was taken or if it was restored.
True, but it doesn't resemble the GhidoGoji's much either. The GhidoGoji had a huge muscular upper body with broad shoulders.
It probably resembles MogeGoji the most, but it can't be, can it? It was buried in a grave and there were lights installed in it behind transparent vinyl plates before that. They would have had to dig up the suit and then restore it to how it looked in Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla.
Based on that picture, I'd say it could be the BioGoji, but after the material deteriorated and sagged down, which is possible considering how old that suit is. The upper body is lower than on the picture to the right and the breast bone looks smaller. If it is BioGoji, they must have still done some major restoration to the exterior of the suit because in a relatively recent picture I saw of it it was a rotten mess.
BatoGoji and GhidoGoji are the biggest possible matches. I really think GhidoGoji is more likely because it looks a lot like it and it seems to be in poor shape--remember that the GhidoGoji was stolen in 1992 and was in bad shape? Toho got it back eventually and restored it and it got a "well-earned retirement." What places did BatoGoji go? The water scenes for Godzilla vs. MechaGodzilla 2. And the rest of the BatoGoji suit looks little like the surviving mystery suit.
Titanollante wrote: BatoGoji and GhidoGoji are the biggest possible matches. I really think GhidoGoji is more likely because it looks a lot like it and it seems to be in poor shape--remember that the GhidoGoji was stolen in 1992 and was in bad shape? Toho got it back eventually and restored it and it got a "well-earned retirement." What places did BatoGoji go? The water scenes for Godzilla vs. MechaGodzilla 2. And the rest of the BatoGoji suit looks little like the surviving mystery suit.
I think it has to be GhidoGoji at this point. It looks deteriorated but also slightly restored and Toho did have it intact for many years. The BatoGoji was basically torn apart after Godzilla vs. Mothra. They tore off the entire lower body to use it in water scenes in Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla, and then they removed the animatronic from the head and put it on display, so that suit can't still be intact. The RadoGoji was also heavily altered, they took off the lower body and inserted lights to simulate critical mass to use it in water scenes in Godzilla vs. Destoroyah. I think they eventually restored it, but it probably isn't in great condition. I think it's most likely they restored GhidoGoji, since this suit seems to resemble it the most.