Kyoto, 12 pm;
A Gyaos exploded into a fireball as Gamera and his human allies fought an all out war against the thousands of airborne kaiju. Gamera had just left Iris in pieces of burning flesh when the Hyper Gyaos swarm descended on Japan. The human army had managed to shoot down quite a few of the horrid abominations but Gamera was still doing most of the fighting. He had placed himself between the beasts and the train station Ayana and Asagi were in. A Gyaos dove and slammed into Gamera, almost toppling the heroic guardian over. Gamera launches a fireball point blank, decapitating the Gyaos.
"Asagi, do you think Gamera can really beat them all?" asks Ayana, still a little shocked at what she had been through.
"Yes, if anything can do it, its Gamera." said Asagi.
"I feel so guilty, if I hadn't woke Iris up, Gamera would be at full power and the Gyaos wouldn't stand a chance."
"Look, you didn't know what Iris was or that he was even in that tomb. Ether way there's no telling what would of happened if Gamera hadn't fought him. We don't know what could have been. All that matters now is that Gamera needs all the help and support we can give him."
Gamera almost cuts a Gyaos in half with his elbow blade before unleashing a barrage of fireballs on the flying beasts. Flaming Gyaos fall from the dark skies but it seemed for each one he killed, three more replace it. Gamera knew this was his fault. He shouldn't of drained the earths mana to destroy Legion, he should of found another way to kill the space monster. No, Gamera knew that there was no other way to stop Legion but that. He sends a fireball into his severed arm and forms another flaming fist. He rips through several more descending Gyaos. He looked over to see another of the winged beasts plummet from the skies from the earth's military. Gamera knew that he couldn't do this with their help but it hurt him to let them die, even without his human connection he still cared for humanity and felt regret for all the humans he had inadvertently killed during his battles. A Gyaos charges him from the side, he grabs the monster and tosses it into one of the few remaining buildings before crushing it beneath his foot. This wasn't working, he couldn't keep killing them one at a time. He fires on the buildings around him, causing them to burst into flames. The flames then surge into his mouth. A massive fireball, much like the one that killed the Super Gyaos fires. A massive explosion engulf the Gyaos filled sky, vaporizing many of the deadly beasts. As their flaming bodies slam into the ground, Gamera breathes heavily from fatigue. He couldn't keep this battle up. He quickly retracted his head into his shell to avoid a sonic ray. When his head reappears, the Gyaos swarm becomes quiet. They land on the remaining buildings.
Gamera roars in defiance. Suddenly, another beast darkens the battlefield. It was a giant Gyaos, a full ten meters taller than Gamera. The other Gyaos' silence identified this beast as the leader of the swarm, the Alpha Gyaos. Gamera roars out as the massive monster sends out its sonic beam. Gamera blocks the beam with his shell. Gamera fires a fireball, Alpha Gyaos dodges and tackles Gamera. Gamera wraps his remaining hand around its throat and slams it to the ground. The two monsters bite and claw at each other. Alpha Gyaos fires its sonic beam into Gamera's arm. Forcing him to release his grip. Alpha Gyaos takes to the sky. Gamera sends fireball after fireball at the Alpha Gyaos. It dodges the rapid barrage. Alpha Gyaos sends out another beam, Gamera avoids the blast and sends out another blast of fire. Alpha Gyaos dives behind a building. Gamera looks behind him to find Asagi nodding to him before taking cover. Gamera retracts into his shell and begins to starts his jets. He takes to the sky and follows Alpha Gyaos.
Alpha Gyaos and Gamera collide, Gamera using his spinning shell like a saw and Alpha Gyaos using its talons. Gamera stops spinning and extends his head and remaining arm. He charges and punches Alpha Gyaos, sending the evil creature flying backwards. Alpha Gyaos fires his sonic beam, Gamera counters with a fireball, the fireball detonates on impact with the beam. Gamera charges and bites down on Alpha Gyaos' wing, tearing a large chunk of flesh. Alpha Gyaos bites down on Gamera's shell, managing to tear a piece off. Gamera head butts Alpha Gyaos, sending the monster recoiling backwards as their fight goes over the sea. Gamera latches his jaws on Alpha Gyaos' leg and deactivates his jets. Alpha Gyaos flaps its wings rapidly to try and keep in the sky as Gamera drags it towards the ocean. Alpha Gyaos' wings fail it and Gamera brings it into the ocean. Alpha Gyaos bursts from the water, fighting hard to keep itself from being dragged under the ocean and into Gamera's habit. Gamera brings up his elbow blade and slashes into Alpha Gyaos' wing while Alpha Gyaos blasts him with its sonic beams. Gamera is fights through his pain and drags Alpha Gyaos under the sea. He drags it deeper and deeper into the ocean. He releases his grip before driving his teeth into Alpha Gyaos' throat. As Alpha Gyaos' blood seeps into the ocean, Gamera lets the dieing beast sink into the ocean.
Gamera pulls himself from the sea and falls on the beach. The other Gyaos that had been watching the battle let out a vengeful scream at their leaders' murder. Gamera gets to his feet to meet the beasts. He fires up his leg rockets and flies toward the approaching killers. He blasts and slashes, covering the ruined city in Gyaos remains. Gamera knew there were far too many of them to kill like this. He only had one option left and it would be his last. He flew over to the train station. Asagi and Ayana peek out from the wreckage. Energy builds in Gamera's hand before he drove it deep into the ground. He looks at Asagi, with sadness in his eyes. Before Asagi can do anything, the Gyaos descend on Gamera, forcing him to the ground and piling on him. They are flung off as Gamera's spinning form bursts into the sky. Gamera flies upward, every last Gyaos pursues him, viciously wanting to end their ancient enemy. Gamera hovers in midair and begins spinning rapidly, faster than he every had before. Energy builds around him as he rapidly spins. By the time the Gyaos realize what's happening they are far too close.
From the ground Asagi and Ayana watch. A massive explosion fills the sky. Blue energy radiates out from the blast. "Is Gamera…" asks Ayana, not wanting to finish her sentence.
"Yes, he gave his life for us." said Asagi, obviously saddened.
"What's that blue energy?"
"He must be giving the earth it mana back, he's making sure the Gyaos have finally been destroyed for good this time."
"What did he do back there, when he drove his fist into the ground?"
"I don't know."
Well there you go with the first chapter, I was suprised how much fun I had writing this first chapter. I sort of got the ending from Gamera the Brave even if I never saw it, the replenishing the earth's mana was my idea. Well please R&R and join me again next times