Orga's name is derived from "Organizer G-1," the name of the cell Godzilla has that is the source of his extreme durability in the Japanese version of Godzilla 2000: Millennium.
Orga was a Millennian, aliens who had crash-landed on Earth's oceans, where they were trapped due to not being able to receive sunlight. After being reawakened, the Millennian UFO went off looking for genetic material to make its form stable. Once it found Godzilla, it copied his Regenerator G-1 as well as his DNA. The Millennian emerged from the UFO and its body changed into Orga.
HistoryMillennian absorbed some of Godzilla's G-Cells and changed into Orga. He battled Godzilla and proved to be a strong opponent. Godzilla's beam was no use on Orga because of his regeneration powers, which allowed him to regenerate the destroyed parts of his body quickly. Orga then directed the Millennian UFO to help him fight Godzilla, but it was heavily damaged, and was taken down by Godzilla quickly. It was soon discovered that Orga was trying to become a clone of Godzilla when he bit his arm and absorbed more cells. Orga then tried to consume Godzilla. He began to grow dorsal plates and increase in height, but he was destroyed when Godzilla used his atomic breath inside his mouth, as Godzilla was head-first in Orga's mouth, giving Orga no time to escape.
Orga appears in the games Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters Melee, Godzilla: Save the Earth, and Godzilla: Unleashed. As an unlockable character in the first two, and the final boss in the story mode of the latter on easy and normal difficulty settings (Orga is replaced with SpaceGodzilla when the game is set on hard). The most powerful physical character, Orga uses brute strength to overwhelm opponents. His thick hide blunts most types of attacks, except for atomic and edged attacks. Rather slow and with a moderate weapon rating, Orga must come in close to beat down his foe. His specialty is grabbing opponents while he's running or jumping and throwing them like rag dolls. The CPU tends to favor the use of Orga's shoulder cannon, and will repeatedly use it whenever opponents are in range until Orga loses all his energy. The CPU will then direct Orga to repeatedly charge and throw foes around until his energy is regained. In a similar fashion to his behavior in Godzilla 2000: Millennium, the CPU will also direct Orga not to attack opponents until he is either cornered or receives repetitive blows from his opponent.
Weight: 65,000 tons
"Orga was originally an advanced bio-spaceship sent to Earth by an unknown alien force. Upon meeting Godzilla, the bio-spaceship came to the conclusion that it required hand-to-hand combat capabilities to subdue Earth's monsters. Mutating rapidly, the alien ship configured itself into a paragon of monstrous strength-with incredibly large hands and a flexible, venomous maw. Although initially defeated by Godzilla, Orga has subsequently joined forces with the Vortaak in order to continually test himself against Godzilla and the rest of Earth's Defenders."
Orga first appears in Rulers of Earth #6. In this issue, the upgraded Gigan is sent by the Cryog aliens to retrieve the Millennian UFO from Area 51. Gigan and the UFO then proceed to Las Vegas, where they are soon attacked by Godzilla and M.O.G.U.E.R.A.. Gigan manages to subdue the monster king while the UFO absorbs his DNA and becomes Orga. Orga and Gigan appear to have the upper hand over Godzilla and M.O.G.U.E.R.A., until Orga goes berserk and attempts to eat his cybernetic ally. Jet Jaguar soon arrives on the scene and flies down Orga's throat then grows to gigantic size, causing Orga to explode.
In Rulers of Earth #7, the Cryog see that Orga is still alive and attempting to regenerate, so they place his biomass into a spacecraft. In Rulers #8, before the Cryog spacecraft is destroyed by Biollante, Gigan and the spaceship containing Orga manage to escape into space.
Orga had different roars in the Japanese and North American versions of Godzilla 2000: Millennium.
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