I can no longer play Monster Hunter, but as I searched for Monster Hunter World news in YouTube. I found White Fatalis Frontier Z battle theme, and it actually made my face ugly as a baby. When I heard this legendary dragon's theme, I felt not happiness, but despair. I legit shed a tear with my jaws dropped. Yes, I believe I might be overreacting, but when I read a particular comment as I listened to the chanting as the tempo rise. I felt I was there in that era, when the ancient civilization was eradicated from history. I saw White Fatalis no longer as a dragon, but as the supernatural force of nature itself. Spoiler: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hNemFKBrxhE “The elder dragons always felt alien in some way, like they don’t belong in this world. Each and every one of them, from Teostra, Chameleos, Kirin, so on and so forth have been both supernatural and alien to the world of Monster Hunter. Some would say they’re even Eldritch in a way, beings that wield great, unknowable powers. Of all the elder dragons, Fatalis was the most powerful. White Fatalis was godly. Yet beyond the humble borders of the western Monster Hunter Series exists elder dragons that resemble even greater gods. Divine beings that need no comprehension, but reverence in their form, a blissful ignorance of their existence even as Hunters tear them down one by one. And so what would a creature already blessed in its current form, ivory wings and presence oppressive, desire from the heavens? What could lands that have made elder dragons gods offer something already divine? What could JAPAN do for White Fatalis that it doesn’t already have? That it wasn’t already given at birth?" - Rocco Sato The music while reading the comment made me envision our civilization in ruins in an alternate timeline, as our pride and knowledge created something we should have not. Something beyond our reach, yet we oppose the balance so passionately, as we continued to tempt and contest against it. We desired to control, but in our conquest to control everything, we forced the uncontrollable to fight back. Imagine Godzilla with wings and control over laws beyond our control.