So he wasent refered to by name in the damn comic, who is the damn idiot who thinks this is NOT the one who attacked san Francisco? Its said "The infamous first Kaiju, Trespasser, slaughtered hundreds of thousands.", (And go figure the corpse looks like it was hit by, a NUCLEAR BOMB) The first Kaiju was the one who Attacked San Francisco (Becket himself says it in the trailers). ADD 1+1 TOGHTHER YOU MORON, deleating everything i wrote just because ONE brief picture in a certain angle did not match the skull later on display. The thing was hit by a NUCLEAR BOMB, its chest is hanging where its ass should be, and go figure that they both have the same tail shape. And stop writing a full stupid paragraph over how this isnt the Axe head who attack San Francisco based only on ONE brief screenshot that does not prove your theory. Noc noc... whos their? Darknesssss (talk) 03:28, June 29, 2013 (UTC)
So uh. Why's this at Tresspasser, with two Ss, instead of Trespasser? Both the citations call him Trespasser, but he's pretty consistently called Tresspasser on here.
The article lists that the creature destroyed San Francisco, Oakland, and Sacramento, eventually being nuked in Oakland. Sacramento is over 80 miles inland from both SF and Oakland. Oakland is also just accross the San Francisco bay from SF, so its death in Oakland would mean he traveled 80 miles north east to Sacramento, and then retraced its steps 80 miles south west to Oakland, which doesn't make a lot of sense.
220.127.116.11 01:59, July 29, 2013 (UTC)
Contradiction (or lack thereof) in Death
I don't think we should be claiming there to be a contradiction between the manner of death depicted in the movie and the comic, for one simple reason: Raleigh mentions missiles as being involved in Trespasser's death. The fact that he didn't specify them to be nuclear does not prohibit them from being so. -Reaper with no name (talk) 04:38, August 25, 2013 (UTC)
Information that contradicts the film is put in trivia. There's no need to create a "note" citation as it would be redundant. Its right down at the bottom where it belongs. Lily Ford (talk) 02:23, October 6, 2013 (UTC)