History ApocalypseHow / ClassZ

1st May '16 2:10:27 PM NeoTerraKnight
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* In ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', it's said that [[spoiler:Zen-O]] can pull it off [[spoiler:by '''Beerus''' as The King Of Everything is said to be powerful enough to destroy ALL 12 universes if he wants to in a ''second''! It's good thing he's a ReasonableAuthorityFigure.]]



* In ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', it's implied that [[spoiler:Zen-O]] can pull it off [[spoiler:by '''Beerus''' as The King Of Everything is said to be powerful enough to destroy ALL 12 universes if he wants to in a ''second''! It's good thing he's a ReasonableAuthorityFigure.]]
1st May '16 2:09:13 PM NeoTerraKnight
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* In ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', it's implied that [[spoiler:Zen-O]] can pull it off [[spoiler:by '''Beerus''' as The King Of Everything is said to be powerful enough to destroy ALL 12 universes if he wants to in a ''second''! It's good thing he's a ReasonableAuthorityFigure.]]
21st Apr '16 9:26:12 AM Goldfritha
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* In ''Literature/TheBookOfJoby'', the bet Lucifer makes with God has this as the winning stakes: God will destroy the universe and recreate without ignoring Lucifer's advice. [[spoiler:Not only does Lucifer lose the bet, God explains to Gabriel that Lucifer was part of the universe, so that if he immediately recreated it as it was -- minus, perhaps Lucifer -- the terms would be fulfilled.
31st Mar '16 5:40:51 PM TheTonathan100
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Omniversal-scale Annihilation, where not just our Universe, and not just TheMultiverse, the totality of {{The Verse}}/{{Series Franchise}}, containing all alternate dimensions, planes of existence, parallel universes, possible universes, timelines, alternate continuities, realities, Multiverses, and sets beyond Multiverses get wiped out somehow. This can take on three forms, and though every form is pretty permanent, for largely theoretical reasons they actually range in "severity" a bit, thus:

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Omniversal-scale Annihilation, where not just our Universe, and not just TheMultiverse, but the totality of {{The Verse}}/{{Series Franchise}}, containing all alternate dimensions, planes of existence, parallel universes, possible universes, timelines, alternate continuities, realities, Multiverses, and sets beyond Multiverses get wiped out somehow. This can take on three forms, and though every form is pretty permanent, for largely theoretical reasons they actually range in "severity" a bit, thus:
31st Mar '16 11:59:28 AM TheTonathan100
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Omniversal-scale Annihilation, where not just our Universe, and not just other universes, but all places and things that can be said to physically exist get wiped out somehow. This can take on three forms, and though every form is pretty permanent, for largely theoretical reasons they actually range in "severity" a bit, thus:

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Omniversal-scale Annihilation, where not just our Universe, and not just other TheMultiverse, the totality of {{The Verse}}/{{Series Franchise}}, containing all alternate dimensions, planes of existence, parallel universes, but all places possible universes, timelines, alternate continuities, realities, Multiverses, and things that can be said to physically exist sets beyond Multiverses get wiped out somehow. This can take on three forms, and though every form is pretty permanent, for largely theoretical reasons they actually range in "severity" a bit, thus:
30th Mar '16 2:49:31 PM Theriocephalus
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* According to Solipsism, your mind is the only sure thing to exist. In ''Metaphysical'' solipsism, everything else is just a part of your reality. When you die, all of reality is destroyed with you.
* If the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eternal_inflation Eternal inflation]] theory is correct -and thus an infinite set of universes exists-, the calculation of probabilities becomes a MindScrew, since ''everything will happen an infinite number of times''. A way to get rid of this problem is [[http://arxiv.org/abs/1009.4698 to assume time will end someday]] (note this could be just a Class X-5, since the authors state not all universes would meet this fate).

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* According to Solipsism, your mind is the only sure thing to exist. In ''Metaphysical'' solipsism, Solipsism, everything else is just a part of your reality. When you die, all of reality is destroyed with you.
* If the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eternal_inflation Eternal inflation]] theory is correct -and -- and thus an infinite set of universes exists-, exists -- the calculation of probabilities becomes a MindScrew, since ''everything will happen an infinite number of times''. A way to get rid of this problem is [[http://arxiv.org/abs/1009.4698 to assume time will end someday]] (note this could be just a Class X-5, since the authors state not all universes would meet this fate).
13th Mar '16 5:01:46 PM Tightwire
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Omniversal-scale Annihilation, where not just the Universe, and not just other universes, but all places and things that can be said to physically exist get wiped out somehow. This can take on three forms, and though every form is pretty permanent, for largely theoretical reasons they actually range in "severity" a bit, thus:

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Omniversal-scale Annihilation, where not just the our Universe, and not just other universes, but all places and things that can be said to physically exist get wiped out somehow. This can take on three forms, and though every form is pretty permanent, for largely theoretical reasons they actually range in "severity" a bit, thus:
21st Jan '16 6:34:21 PM Pastykake
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Omniversal-scale Annihilation, where not just the universe, and not just other universes, but all places and things that can be said to physically exist get wiped out somehow. This can take on three forms, and though every form is pretty permanent, for largely theoretical reasons they actually range in "severity" a bit, thus:

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Omniversal-scale Annihilation, where not just the universe, Universe, and not just other universes, but all places and things that can be said to physically exist get wiped out somehow. This can take on three forms, and though every form is pretty permanent, for largely theoretical reasons they actually range in "severity" a bit, thus:



This form of the trope is necessarily {{metafiction}}al, as it {{deconstruct|ion}}s the {{fiction}}al nature of the setting. Basically, if the story itself pronounces that everything related to its setting or described in its content is absolutely null and utterly void, ipso facto this draws your attention to the story ''as a story'' because there's ''nothing left to suspend disbelief in''. The creator may be declaring his or her intention to [[GrandFinale never revisit the setting]], or they may be taking {{Refuge in|Audacity}} [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill Extreme Audacity]] in order to [[TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou attack the reader's trust in narrative reliability]]. Any of these issues can be {{justified|Trope}} or {{lampshaded}} as needed. For example, Creator/DavidFosterWallace's first novel, ''Literature/TheBroomOfTheSystem'', in which the main character [[{{Postmodernism}} suffers from existential dread that she may be a character in a work of fiction]], plays this by cutting off in mid-sentence on the last page.

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This form of the trope is necessarily {{metafiction}}al, as it {{deconstruct|ion}}s the {{fiction}}al nature of the setting. Basically, if the story itself pronounces that everything related to its setting or described in its content is absolutely null and utterly void, ipso facto this draws your attention to the story ''as a story'' because there's ''nothing left to suspend disbelief in''. The creator may be declaring his or her intention to [[GrandFinale never revisit the setting]], or they may be taking {{Refuge in|Audacity}} [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill Extreme Audacity]] in order to [[TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou attack the reader's trust in narrative reliability]]. Any of these issues can be {{justified|Trope}} or {{lampshaded}} {{lampshade|Hanging}}d as needed. For example, Creator/DavidFosterWallace's first novel, ''Literature/TheBroomOfTheSystem'', in which the main character [[{{Postmodernism}} suffers from existential dread that she may be a character in a work of fiction]], plays this by cutting off in mid-sentence on the last page.
8th Jan '16 4:54:29 PM nombretomado
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* All of SpiderRobinson's time-travel stories are fueled by the premise that a genuine temporal paradox will result in the complete annihilation of space-time from beginning to end, not only destroying everything, but causing it never to have existed at all.

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* All of SpiderRobinson's Creator/SpiderRobinson's time-travel stories are fueled by the premise that a genuine temporal paradox will result in the complete annihilation of space-time from beginning to end, not only destroying everything, but causing it never to have existed at all.
7th Jan '16 1:19:55 PM BlackSunNocturne
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* This is Rovagug's goal in ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}''. [[SuicidalCosmicTemperTantrum It's implied that Rovagug wants to die and the only way he can is by taking everyone else with him.]]
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