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I was hoping to see more of them but I guess the CGI budget was reached. So there's Godzilla, King Ghidorah, Monthra, Rodan, Kong, Mammoth monster, Spidercrab monster, another Muto and Turtle monster. Who are the others?

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According to wikizilla

There's 18 Titans in total, including Godzilla.

  • Godzilla
  • Mothra
  • Rodan
  • Ghidorah
  • MUTO
  • Behemoth
  • Scylla
  • Mokele-Mbembe
  • Baphomet
  • Tiamat
  • Typhoon
  • Abaddon
  • Leviathan
  • Sargon
  • Bunyip
  • Methuselah
  • Kong
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    Why did the titans follow King Ghidorah's instructions without a fight when Godzilla and Mothra just ignored him? – Eugene Nero May 31 at 6:14
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    @EugeneNero Please as that as a question, not as a comment. – user43022 May 31 at 6:27
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    Although not seen as there's a Monarch site in Loch Ness one Titan must be Nessie – Sarriesfan May 31 at 21:54
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You forgot a few:

  • Destoroyah (just another monster but kinda popular)
  • Space Godzilla (I think it is what pushed Gidhorah off its planet)
  • Biollante (another monster semi-popular)
  • Battra (Mothra's brother)
  • Megaguirus (another titan)
  • Hedorah (the Fog Monster)
  • Megalon (one of the first)
  • Monster X (a stronger one)

There are more but those are the ones I saw you forgot. There are more than 17, a lot more.

  • I'm not very familiar with Godzilla lore, but from some quick Googling, those haven't all made their way into the recent franchise, have they? I think the 17 asked about here were limited to said franchise; correct me (or edit the answer to clarify) if I'm missing something. – Jenayah Sep 23 at 0:43
  • Well space Godzilla, monster x are from space, and Biollante and Destroah are found much later, i could see then bring back a few but not all of them – Aidan Harper Sep 25 at 21:39
  • They did use the oxygen destroyer and that is what created Destroyha so he might enter the franchise he was the last of the Heisei Godzilla movies. – Aidan Harper Sep 26 at 1:52

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