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Kemui52 said

Mmmraaaaawr, the horror they must feel will have to subside quickly as they remember the uncaring protector is what's preventing other monsters from completely destroying their puny, little lives! Grrrr, rawr!
Yes! I'm thinking of two scenarios here. Either the protector really does have a conscious relationship with the little beings at its feet, but it puts that aside in the heat of battle, valuing the welfare of the entire area (and the kaiju's own ability to move through it) over the lives and property of a few hundred unlucky people or woodland critters. Or it really doesn't care at all, and every citizen or section of the city being spared is by chance. It leads one to wonder why such a creature bothers to protect them in the first place.

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Hehe…um, I was just making a pun about being underfoot. You know, as all veteran macros do. But, why? What were you thinking of?
Hmmhehe, well I figured it was just a pun, but you made me think of a city/forest finding itself immediately underneath a little more surface area than a kaiju's feet… maybe a kaiju stopping to rest its rump right on top of one or deciding to lie down. Weaker creatures getting squashed for no reason other than the kaiju giving into its typical routine or wanting to rest.

Like this dragon who's falling asleep to the scent of sawdust and hundreds of freshly crunched pine trunks:

sleep.png (Are you a macro yourself by the way?)

Kemui52 said

Awww, look at that gorgeously stunning dragon!! To truly never harm nature at such a size would mean having to float everywhere, and at that point, there's no use in being giant anymore. I'd love to see trees collapse beneath that dragon's stride!
She could even save a few acres of woodland, depending on whether she cares to lift her feet high enough when she takes a step!

By the way, she grows even bigger, to a size that dwarfs mountain ranges. It's hard not to imagine her claws digging right into that mountain under her hand, carving out canyons that extend deeper than the valley below!
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BlueOrange said

Yes! I'm thinking of two scenarios here. Either the protector really does have a conscious relationship with the little beings at its feet, but it puts that aside in the heat of battle, valuing the welfare of the entire area (and the kaiju's own ability to move through it) over the lives and property of a few hundred unlucky people or woodland critters. Or it really doesn't care at all, and every citizen or section of the city being spared is by chance. It leads one to wonder why such a creature bothers to protect them in the first place.
Sounds to me that's precisely why those little things should be very grateful! That immensely powerful monster can wipe them all out of existence, yet chooses not to either through empathy or apathy.

BlueOrange said

Hmmhehe, well I figured it was just a pun, but you made me think of a city/forest finding itself immediately underneath a little more surface area than a kaiju's feet… maybe a kaiju stopping to rest its rump right on top of one or deciding to lie down. Weaker creatures getting squashed for no reason other than the kaiju giving into its typical routine or wanting to rest.

Like this dragon who's falling asleep to the scent of sawdust and hundreds of freshly crunched pine trunks:
Mmmmmm, l do love when a giant monster crushes things by lying its gigantic body on top of them! So many little things and beings can be flattened at such a high rate!
And raaaaaawr, look at that relaxing cute dragon! Looks like such a gentle creature, but imagine all the trees that've been completely crunched beneath its body!! Another reason trees are especially fun to me is because they typically are only toppled over, so knowing their forms are absolutely shattered conveys an incredible sense of strength from the monster!

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(Are you a macro yourself by the way?)
Am l a macro? Hmmm, l suppose you mean if l have a macro OC? The thing is, l'm not good at making OCs or fursonas at all. Best l got is being a simple pied crow by default and whatever l make for stories or games. Beyond that, l can say macro is my primary interest.

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She could even save a few acres of woodland, depending on whether she cares to lift her feet high enough when she takes a step!

By the way, she grows even bigger, to a size that dwarfs mountain ranges. It's hard not to imagine her claws digging right into that mountain under her hand, carving out canyons that extend deeper than the valley below!
Ooooh, rawr, raawr, raaaaawr! She could create wastelands by merely rolling in her sleep! And, that's to say nothing of what she's doing right there…!
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