Tomokazu Sugita: Martin Lazzari
Martin Lazzari : You've accomplished it, Captain.
Haruo Sakaki : Because everyone believed in and supported me. I could be so daring and get this far. Even though we defeated it... What was it, really? How was it able to live for 20,000 years?
Martin Lazzari : This is just my opinion, but I think this is a different Godzilla than the one that drove us from Earth.
Haruo Sakaki : But its appearance and abilities were almost identical.
Martin Lazzari : And that's why exactly why. Life's true nature is found in change. No matter how gradual the renewal cycle may be, it's impossible to maintain the exact same appearance. So this only may be an offspring that inherited Godzilla's form and nature. Such a guess would actually be the most natural. Although the question remains of why there was only this one. Also...
Haruo Sakaki : So, there's no guarantee only one of them survived.
Martin Lazzari : I apologize if what I'm saying spoils the victory, but that is correct.
Haruo Sakaki : That's fine. Thanks to this battle, we proved that we can defeat Godzilla. Even if another one shows up, we have nothing to fear. Since we've established a valid strategy, we can be more effective next time.
Martin Lazzari : Personally, I would never want to cross a tightrope like that ever again, though.
Martin Lazzari : Would living organisms go through such a change, even if 10,000 years have passed? We collected and analyzed the forest's plants, and by using carbon dating, I know how much time has passed. And it looks to be within a 50-year range of 19,200 years.
Haruo Sakaki : So our time away keeps increasing.