Quotes: Godzilla Threshold
So the good news is that Godzilla's back. The bad news is GODZILLA'S BACK.
In the first battle Godzilla blows his head off and fucking fries that bastard!
So now that they got Ghidorah taken care of, the only problem is getting rid of Godzilla too, and the only thing that can stop him is Ghidorah so hey, it's like they fucked themselves! THE PROBLEM IS REVERSED!
You're going to wake up Godzilla?...It's too dangerous. What if he destroys the world? Gordon:
There is no world left to be destroyed.
This alpha predator of yours, doctor, do you really think he has a chance? Serizawa:
The arrogance of man is thinking nature is in our control... and not the other way around. Let them fight.
Other series quotes:
You know the Vorlons used telepaths as weapons during the Shadow War, but what no one stopped to consider was that, in a war, you have a certain number of small weapons, a certain number of medium size weapons, and one or two big ones. The kind of weapons you drop when you're out of small weapons, and the medium weapons, and you've got nothing left to use. Michael Garibldi:
Someone like that would be the telepathic equivalent of a thermonuclear device. A doomsday weapon. Lyta Alexander
): Pleased to meet you, Mr. Garibaldi.
I don't see how we can avoid employing our Tauruses at this point. Major: Cruise missiles?
On moving targets? Sir, half the city could be destroyed. General:
Yes, major, but by morning, half the city will be destroyed anyway.
Well, old Mr. Johnson had troubles of his own.
Still the yellow cat wouldn't leave his home!
Steps were needed to remove the little curse.
The old man knew it couldn't get any worse.
— Alternate verse of "The Cat Came Back
" from the Canadian animated short film, sung just as Mr. Johnson is about to blow up his house with piles upon piles of dynamite
Nothing they've tried so far has worked - and when your back's to the wall, scorched earth is not exactly unprecedented military doctrine. A tactical airburst over Manhattan might be the only way to contain this thing. Probably won't be enough, granted, but if all else fails it's worth a shot.
We have arrived, and it is now that we perform our charge. In fealty of the God-Emperor, our undying lord, and by the grace of the Golden Throne, I declare Exterminatus
on the Imperial world of Typhon Primaris. I hereby sign the death warrant of an entire world, and consign a million souls to oblivion. May Imperial justice account in all balance. The Emperor protects.
— Inquisitorial Fleet Admiral
, Dawn of War II: Retribution
It's fascinating, you know that? You've created a problem so big, the solution is to detonate an atomic bomb.
May our children forgive us.
Still got your quantum arrow? Speedy:
Yeah. But you said- Green Arrow:
Do you think it's risky? Building something like this when we don't even know what it does? Admiral Hackett:
To be honest, the thing scares the hell out of me. But the Reapers
have forced our hand.
You wanna put out an oil fire
, sir, you set off a bigger explosion
right next to it. Sucks away the oxygen. Snuffs the flame.
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You would have me weigh the continued existence of this planet against the lives of those who defend it? Idiocy! Order them to advance. All of them.
Against an opponent this powerful
... The amount of energy I'd have to expend ... if I ... lost control, for even a millisecond ... Iron Man:
It scares me, too, Robert. Every day I choose between courses of action that could affect millions, even billions of lives. With stakes that high, how dare I decide? But at this point, doing nothing is a decision in and of itself. No matter what you do or don't do, billions could die. You have the responsibility, whether you want it or not. I know you're not ready to hear this, Robert. No sane person ever really is. But it's time to play God.
: Youíre going to kill people, kill bystanders, on a gamble. Phir Sē
: What chances would you give this gamble? Weaver
: One in three? Phir Sē
: One in three. That is... perhaps unfair. No matter. If Iím wrong, we lose this city. If Iím right, we kill Behemoth
. I would take those odds, Weaver. I would take them, I would watch this city be wiped from the earth, knowing that people I am fond of would die. I live in a civilian guise most days, waiting until I have a task from those more powerful than I. I would perhaps be killing the butcher I talk to every day when I walk to the store for food. I would kill the widow who lives next door to me, her child, if they have not evacuated. I have mentioned my daughter, much like you in her abundance of faith in people. I will take this gamble and perhaps kill those people in the process. I will kill those people who can make me smile and feel more human than I am, I will grieve their deaths, and then I will take that gamble again. Because one city, however grand, is worth that chance.