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26th Aug '17 4:05:47 PM Dere
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** [[NegativeContinuity And then it shows as broken again when the plot for the game after that]], ''VideoGame/ShadowTheHedgehog'', needs to continue dealing with said KillSat.

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** [[NegativeContinuity And then it shows as broken again when the plot for the game after that]], that, ''VideoGame/ShadowTheHedgehog'', needs to continue dealing with said KillSat.
8th Jul '17 9:03:02 AM Tacitus
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->''"Mr. President, are you suggesting we blow up the Moon?"''
->''"Would you miss it?"''

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->''"Mr. ->'''General:''' Mr. President, are you suggesting we blow up the Moon?"''
->''"Would
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* A version of this happens in VideoGame/TheLegendOfDragoon after destroying the final boss, although it technically isn't a moon, [[spoiler: It's the unborn god of destruction.]] First it's shown collapsing in on itself into nothingness, followed by a [[{{Delayed Explosion}} brief pause]], followed by a [[{{Earth Shattering Kaboom}} massive explosion that engulfs the tree that literally created life.]] Did we mention how big the tree was?

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* A version of this happens in VideoGame/TheLegendOfDragoon ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfDragoon'' after destroying the final boss, although it technically isn't a moon, [[spoiler: It's the unborn god of destruction.]] First it's shown collapsing in on itself into nothingness, followed by a [[{{Delayed Explosion}} brief pause]], followed by a [[{{Earth Shattering Kaboom}} massive explosion that engulfs the tree that literally created life.]] Did we mention how big the tree was?



* In {{VideoGame/Stellaris}} you may find [[http://imgur.com/6ujIYVU this]] in orbit of a [[TheRemnant fallen empire]].

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* In {{VideoGame/Stellaris}} you may find ''{{VideoGame/Stellaris}}'', one [[VestigialEmpire Fallen Empire]]'s homeworld is orbited by [[http://imgur.com/6ujIYVU this]] in orbit a moon with a chunk blown out of a [[TheRemnant fallen empire]].it,]] which they call [[NoodleIncident "The Mistake."]]
21st May '17 4:41:58 AM Occidensill
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[[caption-width-right:350:ThatsNoMoon...oh, wait, yes it was. Oops.]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:ThatsNoMoon...oh, wait, yes it was.is. Was. Oops.]]
11th May '17 8:56:39 AM Kollega
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* ''VideoGame/EndlessSpace'' has the Sophons; a species of [[BunglingInventor bungling scientists]] who have [[NoodleIncident somehow managed]] to blow up their moon in their quest for new discoveries.
1st May '17 4:42:06 PM eroock
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* In ''Manga/AssassinationClassroom'', Korosensei has destroyed 70% of the moon, leaving it forever a crescent, and has announced that he intends to do same to the Earth in one year.

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* In ''Manga/AssassinationClassroom'', Korosensei has destroyed 70% of the moon, leaving it forever The moon in ''Manga/AssassinationClassroom'' is always a crescent, with the overly long horns nearly touching each other. It's as if someone's taken out a large chunk of it, because it ''is''; Koro-sensei blew up 70% of the moon in the beginning, making it a permanent crescent.
** [[spoiler:In the epilogue, the crescent Moon collapses due to gravity
and has announced that he intends becomes closer to do same Earth, eventually reforming into the size and shape prior to the Earth in one year.explosion.]]





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* ''Webcomic/SoulSymphony'': The moon in Olivia's Soul World appears to be permanently crescent because a majority of it actually ''exploded.''
30th Apr '17 1:39:20 PM eroock
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* ''Literature/Nightside'': In the BadFuture seen in the first book, the moon is ''gone''. When he time-travels to said BadFuture in ''Sharper'', John witnesses the Nightside's demise in transit, including how it shatters and rains down over the already-devastated city.
16th Apr '17 9:13:44 PM Brandar
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* Deserves special mention in ''VideoGame/CityofHeroes'', cause while most examples on the video-game list are just creative licensing to show power, in City of Heroes BigBad Lord Recluse actually does it. [[spoiler: No-name villain, Darrin Wade, kills BigGood, Statesman,]] then flies to the moon to become a god, Lord Recluse's retort: He launches one of his nuclear war-heads at the moon then takes a rocket up there to finish the job himself. Scary part is he has more of those warheads and nothing left to lose...

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* Deserves special mention in ''VideoGame/CityofHeroes'', ''VideoGame/CityOfHeroes'', cause while most examples on the video-game list are just creative licensing to show power, in City of Heroes BigBad Lord Recluse actually does it. [[spoiler: No-name villain, Darrin Wade, kills BigGood, Statesman,]] then flies to the moon to become a god, Lord Recluse's retort: He launches one of his nuclear war-heads at the moon then takes a rocket up there to finish the job himself. Scary part is he has more of those warheads and nothing left to lose...
14th Apr '17 3:31:09 PM eroock
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* The end of ''VideoGame/KirbysAdventure'' sees the pink guy fly after [[spoiler:Nightmare]], eventually ending up on the moon's surface. Before the battle, the moon is whole; after the battle, it becomes permanently crescent, which is retained for every subsequent game in the series.

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* The end of ''VideoGame/KirbysAdventure'' sees the pink guy fly after [[spoiler:Nightmare]], eventually ending up on the moon's surface. Before the battle, the moon is whole; after the battle, it becomes permanently crescent, which is [[ContinuityNod retained for every subsequent game in the series.series]].
14th Apr '17 1:47:54 PM eroock
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TitanAE'', the moon is hit by continent-sized shrapnel from the EarthShatteringKaboom that kickstarts the plot.



* This happens in the not-too-distant future in the 2002 film of ''[[Film/TheTimeMachine2002 The Time Machine]]'', when some genius decided that using nuclear weapons to dig caverns beneath the surface was a good idea. It causes a bit of an [[ApocalypseHow armageddon]]. The moon's still there despite their effort, but only about half or so is intact, the rest having settled into orbit or hit the Earth.

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* This happens in the not-too-distant future in the The 2002 film remake of ''[[Film/TheTimeMachine2002 The Time Machine]]'', when some Machine]]'' features a sub-plot about colonizing the moon in the 2030s which goes horribly wrong and ends up with the moon being blown to pieces. Some genius decided that using nuclear weapons to dig caverns beneath the surface was a good idea. It causes a bit of an [[ApocalypseHow armageddon]]. The moon's still there despite their effort, but only about half or so is intact, the rest having much [[http://vignette1.wikia.nocookie.net/timemachine/images/3/32/Timemachine02_moonboom.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20111007233838 closer to earth and totally fractured]]. Bits and pieces have settled into orbit or hit the Earth.Earth. When the time traveller later emerges in 802701, the smaller chunks of the moon have been pulled apart and stretched into a mini asteroid belt.



* In ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2'', Eggman blows up half of the moon with the [[KillSat Eclipse Cannon]] to show the world he's not messing around when he announces he's conquering the world. Fans have all sorts of theories why the moon seems none the worse for the wear in all following games, including one where the final battle happens on the surface and the Sonic universe having a multiple moons for every time there's a visible moon.

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* In ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2'', Eggman blows up half of the moon with the [[KillSat Eclipse Cannon]] to show the world he's not messing around when he announces he's conquering the world. The missile blows off part of the moon, revealing a molten core and apparently having no influence on the planet's oceans.
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Fans have all sorts of theories why the moon seems none the worse for the wear in all following games, including one where the final battle happens on the surface and the Sonic universe having a multiple moons for every time there's a visible moon.moon.
** According to WordOfGod, the Moon is still broken, it's just always facing the other way when we see it. Unfortunately, that still doesn't quite make sense due to the moon's orbit making it always face the same way towards Earth.
** [[NegativeContinuity And then it shows as broken again when the plot for the game after that]], ''VideoGame/ShadowTheHedgehog'', needs to continue dealing with said KillSat.



* ''WesternAnimation/ThundarrTheBarbarian'', where the rogue planet that causes TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt in the OpeningNarration also splits the moon in half, and the shattered remnants can be occasionally seen in the night sky during episodes.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TitanAE'', the moon is hit by continent-sized shrapnel from the EarthShatteringKaboom that kickstarts the plot.

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* ''WesternAnimation/ThundarrTheBarbarian'', where the rogue planet that causes TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt in ''WesternAnimation/ThundarrTheBarbarian'': In the OpeningNarration also splits a rogue planet passes between the moon Earth and the Moon, and its gravitational field cracks the latter in half, and like a walnut. This doesn't affect its orbit in the slightest, but it [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt does end human civilization]]. The shattered remnants of the moon can be occasionally seen in the night sky during episodes.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TitanAE'', the moon is hit by continent-sized shrapnel from the EarthShatteringKaboom that kickstarts the plot.
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14th Apr '17 10:02:13 AM eroock
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