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30th Jan '16 3:58:41 PM LSSJ2Gohan
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* In ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' Episode 28 it's revealed this was the fate of Earth in the Sixth Universe as the whole planet was rendered uninhabitable by strife and petty warfare.
28th Jan '16 8:52:48 AM romeo.lima
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* In ''VideoGame/Homeworld'', [[spoiler:the planet of Kharak is bombarded with Low Orbit Atmosphere Deprivation weapons shortly after the Mothership makes its first hyperspace jump. From what we see, these weapons ignite a planet's atmosphere, ''setting the whole surface on fire.'' The bombardment is so thorough that anything living on Kharak was sure to have perished, if not from the massive conflagration then from the lack of a breathable atmosphere left in its wake.]] This prompts the Kushan to press onward with their journey to search for their home.
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* In ''VideoGame/Homeworld'', ''{{VideoGame/Homeworld}}'', [[spoiler:the planet of Kharak is bombarded with Low Orbit Atmosphere Deprivation weapons shortly after the Mothership makes its first hyperspace jump. From what we see, these weapons ignite a planet's atmosphere, ''setting the whole surface on fire.'' The bombardment is so thorough that anything living on Kharak was sure to have perished, if not from the massive conflagration then from the lack of a breathable atmosphere left in its wake.]] This prompts the Kushan to press onward with their journey to search for their home.
28th Jan '16 8:48:56 AM romeo.lima
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* In ''VideoGame/Homeworld'', [[spoiler:the planet of Kharak is bombarded with Low Orbit Atmosphere Deprivation weapons shortly after the Mothership makes its first hyperspace jump. From what we see, these weapons ignite a planet's atmosphere, ''setting the whole surface on fire.'' The bombardment is so thorough that anything living on Kharak was sure to have perished, if not from the massive conflagration then from the lack of a breathable atmosphere left in its wake.]] This prompts the Kushan to press onward with their journey to search for their home. -->'''Karan S'Jet:''' [shocked and horrified] [[spoiler:Kharak is burning...]]
17th Jan '16 3:13:22 PM nombretomado
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* In ''StarControl II'', The Shofixti race use their own sun as a kamikaze bomb, killing all but 18 Shofixti (2 male, 16 female) and utterly ruining their solar system (but hey, they destroy a third of the Ur-Quan fleet!). Amusingly, those 18 Shofixti were able to repopulate their species in three months. Not nearly as amusing are the Mycon Deep Children, which take Earth-like worlds and turn their crust inside out, transforming it into a "Shattered World" uninhabitable to all but the Mycon.
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* In ''StarControl II'', ''VideoGame/StarControlII'', The Shofixti race use their own sun as a kamikaze bomb, killing all but 18 Shofixti (2 male, 16 female) and utterly ruining their solar system (but hey, they destroy a third of the Ur-Quan fleet!). Amusingly, those 18 Shofixti were able to repopulate their species in three months. Not nearly as amusing are the Mycon Deep Children, which take Earth-like worlds and turn their crust inside out, transforming it into a "Shattered World" uninhabitable to all but the Mycon.
9th Jan '16 10:13:05 PM Sharlee
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* Might have happened on ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'', when Jackal became host to the death-godly power of Anubis, had his "Purge" not been stopped.
9th Jan '16 10:30:38 AM nombretomado
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* PlayedForLaughs and exaggerated in SpongebobSquarepants when Patrick tells the story of Literature/TheUglyBarnacle, "He was so ugly that everyone '''died'''. The end." Though Patrick could have easily been an UnreliableNarrator when telling the story, or telling a fictional story.
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* PlayedForLaughs and exaggerated in SpongebobSquarepants ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' when Patrick tells the story of Literature/TheUglyBarnacle, "He was so ugly that everyone '''died'''. The end." Though Patrick could have easily been an UnreliableNarrator when telling the story, or telling a fictional story.
4th Jan '16 1:49:23 AM StFan
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* [[http://grupos.emagister.com/imagen/genesis_por_quino/t142192-0.jpg This strip]] from Argentinian cartoonist ''{{Quino}}''.

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[[folder:Film]] * The final prediction in ''{{Knowing}}''. A massive solar flare incinerates the planet, instantly vaporizing everybody on it to a crisp, evaporating the oceans, reducing the surface to lava, and basically just ending all life on Earth, and ensuring it will never rise again for a few million years. [[spoiler: Good thing the {{Sufficiently Advanced Alien}}s had spares.]]
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[[folder:Film]] [[folder:Films -- Live-Action]] * The final prediction in ''{{Knowing}}''.''Film/{{Knowing}}''. A massive solar flare incinerates the planet, instantly vaporizing everybody on it to a crisp, evaporating the oceans, reducing the surface to lava, and basically just ending all life on Earth, and ensuring it will never rise again for a few million years. [[spoiler: Good thing the {{Sufficiently Advanced Alien}}s had spares.]]

* In ''{{Literature/Doom}}: Endgame'', Fredworld experiences a planetary desolation at the hands of the Newbies. It takes Fly and Arlene half a day to find a corpse to resurrect and Arlene is the first to notice the planet is completely silent and still.
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* In ''{{Literature/Doom}}: ''Literature/{{Doom}}: Endgame'', Fredworld experiences a planetary desolation at the hands of the Newbies. It takes Fly and Arlene half a day to find a corpse to resurrect and Arlene is the first to notice the planet is completely silent and still.


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[[folder:Web Originals]] * In ''TheGunganCouncil'', a rogue moon [[ColonyDrop crashes]] into Taris in "The Galactic Crusade". ''Everything dies''. * In ''TheLastAngel'', both superpowers are capable of this. The Compact is seen glassing Earth and the Askaji have the Rains of Oshanta. And then Nemesis goes and invents the [[spoiler: starbreak]].
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[[folder:Web Originals]] Original]] * In ''TheGunganCouncil'', ''Roleplay/TheGunganCouncil'', a rogue moon [[ColonyDrop crashes]] into Taris in "The Galactic Crusade". ''Everything dies''. * In ''TheLastAngel'', ''Literature/TheLastAngel'', both superpowers are capable of this. The Compact is seen glassing Earth and the Askaji have the Rains of Oshanta. And then Nemesis goes and invents the [[spoiler: starbreak]].

* In the ''{{WesternAnimation/Futurama}}'' episode "The Late Philip J. Fry", Fry, Bender and the Professor end up in the year 1 billion, where all life on Earth is extinct and only an empty, desolate plain remains.
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* In the ''{{WesternAnimation/Futurama}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' episode "The Late Philip J. Fry", Fry, Bender and the Professor end up in the year 1 billion, where all life on Earth is extinct and only an empty, desolate plain remains.

15th Dec '15 12:27:35 PM nombretomado
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* In ''{{Runescape}}'', Goblins used to live peacefully on a colorful swamp world called Yu'biusk. Then the war god, Bandos, found it. After thousands of years under Bandos' rule, the ground is black and scorched, the sky is smoky and dark, and the water looks like it could kill you just by you ''touching'' it. The entire world has been deserted, desolate, and ravaged. It's a bit depressing. * This is the goal of the Old Gods in ''WorldOfWarcraft'', bar themselves and their minions (although they arguably don't count as alive anyway, being said to be "outside the cycle"). The dungeon End Time takes players to a BadFuture where this has happened, where the Old Gods' [[TheDragon Dragon]] [[IncrediblyLamePun (pardon the pun)]] Deathwing has even killed himself. It's implied that this is the ''best'' possible end of the world for Azeroth!
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* In ''{{Runescape}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Runescape}}'', Goblins used to live peacefully on a colorful swamp world called Yu'biusk. Then the war god, Bandos, found it. After thousands of years under Bandos' rule, the ground is black and scorched, the sky is smoky and dark, and the water looks like it could kill you just by you ''touching'' it. The entire world has been deserted, desolate, and ravaged. It's a bit depressing. * This is the goal of the Old Gods in ''WorldOfWarcraft'', ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'', bar themselves and their minions (although they arguably don't count as alive anyway, being said to be "outside the cycle"). The dungeon End Time takes players to a BadFuture where this has happened, where the Old Gods' [[TheDragon Dragon]] [[IncrediblyLamePun (pardon the pun)]] Deathwing has even killed himself. It's implied that this is the ''best'' possible end of the world for Azeroth!
27th Nov '15 9:08:55 PM eowynjedi
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* The BadEnding of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' has [[spoiler:the Fallen Child, now hugely empowered by slaughtering everything in the Underground and able to escape to the surface, annihilate the entire world. They ask if you, the player, want to do it--either way, they stab you to death and do it. But trying to refuse makes it significantly more terrifying. Achieving this ending also taints every other playthrough, including the GoldenEnding, by implying that the Fallen Child's soul will still make this happen no matter how many times you reset]].
17th Nov '15 6:14:23 PM LurkerMcNasty
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** That's not entirely true. Halo doesn't kill every living being. The halo array essentially fires a giant wave of radiation that targets specific cells in the nervous system, as that is how the Flood gain control of a body. There's no evidence that Halo affects plantlife or foliage, and some species lacking a nervous system or unable to be used as biomass may survive. It is possible that Hunters, which are essentially a pack of worms working together as a single being, may survive the firing array, as it's impossible for the flood to infect them.
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