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  • A new user has added a page called Aqrabuamelu believing that the Titan exists in the MonsterVerse, although I’m still skeptical about it given the scarcity of the source they’re relying on. Can you do something about it?

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    • Hard topic, as I have literally nothing to go off of. I guess I'll be safe for now and remove it. I don't know if you have monster name lists, but they'd be useful in determining canonicity.

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    • I'm afraid no list as of now. I hope that Legendary will provide us with an official one someday. And lately, several people are in agreement that the new MUTO in GKOTM is Abaddon if you see the comments section of the page.

      Also, you might want to remove the gallery page of the deleted Titan: https://godzilla.fandom.com/wiki/Aqrabuamelu/Gallery

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    • It seems I might be wrong about this Titan. It might actually exist in the MonsterVerse but shrouded with obscurity like Kraken and Camazotz.

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    • I guess we should recreate the page for Aqrabuamelu to prevent more conflicts from happening in the fandom.

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    • Where's the citation?

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    • Umm nope, us at wikizilla.org has no evidence for another new "Titan" that appeared in the 2019 movie Godzilla: King of the Monsters, so pretty much it's fake and has no official basis like Abbadon being the MUTO despite not having enough evidence to put it.

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    • Oof, sketch territory. Wish there were clearer pics. Dunno what to make of it.

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    • Several months ago, Michael Dougherty tweeted the coordinates of Gobekli Tepe that appeared in the film’s credits, with the image of a scorpion. Could this be a clue to the Titan that is called Aqrabuamelu?

      https://twitter.com/mike_dougherty/status/1137737452171325441?s=21

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    • M-aybe? To me, it'd just be indication of a scorpion kaiju. Again, I see the name attributed to said scorpion, but I just can't make one out from the movie still, or from the concept art piece. Unless I'm either dense or missing something.

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    • https://mobile.twitter.com/Mike_Dougherty/status/1137737452171325441

      The art here is a depiction of Aqrabuamelu.. even if the name was a placeholder to hide the identity (and that one screenshot rolling around is definitely not Methusalah) Aqra had an exact match in Aztec culture as well, Tzitzimime (http://www.ancientpages.com/2016/01/19/aqrabuamelu-mysterious-scorpion-men-babylonian-mythology/amp/)

      I bring that up because literally every other Titan has Two counterparts MesoAmerican and Babylonian (Rodan-Thunderbird/The Roc, Tiamat/The Horned Serpent, Quetzalcoatl/probably Ziz, Behemoth/mapinguari, and Godzilla- Huron/Dagon/pretty much every Storm or Ocean god unless stated otherwise it seems)

      So we have an X-ray of a scorpion... it’s in the movie proper... it’s a good chance it’s real, but just to cool the jets a little maybe change it back to just “Scorpion Titan”, we still know it’s in Israel’s Masada National Park so it’s something until Legendary updates MonarchSciences finally if ever.. Though the name in the art book does seem to not be the same as the one in the interview screenshot

      462D2559-FFD6-4696-8705-3EDE0FA12864

      Better?

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    • Man the image breaks the page on my screen, somebody pls downscale it, thank you.

      As of today there are still no official sources citing that this monster actually exists in the movie. Even us at Wikizilla.org started a new thread regarding these new pics but still no signs of additional "monsters". I'll let ABB to reply here to give more proof.

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    • Jesus hopscotching Christopher!

      Sorry I have no idea why the image did that holy heck....

      As for the name in the above image it doesn't seem to say Methuselah, and starts with an A, reasoning for it having to be Aqra is that every Titan has two versions... Biblical/Babylonian (Old World) and Aztec/Native American... best example is Rodan, he is exclusivly in the Novel and promotional material claimed to be (though it may have been his parents?) the Thunderbird, the Roc, and THe Great Eagle (the last two are the same being but from different myths).

      Aqrabuamelu has Tzitzimime... and if you read the link below, they are the exact same being seemingly. I mean Dougherty even tweeted an old depiction of Aqra that the end credits coordinates lead to the location of (link up above). That can't be coincidence considering all the other Titans seem to follow that chain.... except Yamato unless he is one of the... multitude of Greek monsters, I would have pegged him as Typhon easy but we have a Typhon, and Hydra for that matter given Ghidorah.

      http://www.ancientpages.com/2016/01/19/aqrabuamelu-mysterious-scorpion-men-babylonian-mythology/

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