>>118167777>Why are there hunreds of giant snakes piled together in the middle of a forest?
That's a real thing they do during mating, they just make a giant orgy ball.
Those snakes were fucking.>And why was there a sudden flood over grass land?
That one seems to be the mountains behind them burst. Possibly a rockslide.>The presence of grass and relatively thin trees means that water has never flooded that area with any frequency.
Ehhh, trees are sturdy shits, and its not like heavy tree ares haven't experienced flooding. Its possible this has happened before or this was a freak rockslide from a stream up the mountain behind them that's never happened before, just nature breaking down after hundreds of years of erosion.
There are answers to be found in most events if you look for it, which fits with the whole "Purely visual, no explaining" part of the show, he doesn't have anyone belt out what's happening, but that's more making it important that it's consistent in their world, rather than consistent to our world. Shit wouldn't make sense to us but seems to be how that world consistently operates, and that's enough.
I think if Fang ever did Go Godzilla and eat a bunch of folks, we could probably find an explanation based off what visual cues there were, but like the flood I don't think the show would dedicate an explanation to it.
TLDR Rule of cool indeed, but the writing usually works enough you don't have to just shrug and pretend whatever, and an answer can be found.