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26th Jan '16 1:52:14 PM FordPrefect
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* In ''Franchise/StarTrek'', The USS ''Enterprise'' can be assumed to have planet-killing abilities (of the lesser kind), unless Captain Kirk was bluffing when he mentioned General Order 24 (and he probably wasn't, since other Starfleet officers ''also'' mention GO 24 in non-bluff situation)...
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* In ''Franchise/StarTrek'', The USS ''Enterprise'' can be assumed to have planet-killing abilities (of the lesser kind), unless Captain Kirk was bluffing when he mentioned General Order 24 (and he probably wasn't, since other Starfleet officers ''also'' mention GO 24 in non-bluff situation)...situations)...

** In "The Die Is Cast", it is stated that a fleet of 20 Romulan and Cardassian ships can destroy a planet down to its core within 6 hours (1+5). The opening volley alone destroyed 30% of surface, [[spoiler: after which the fleet was interrupted by 150 Dominion ships and destroyed.]] ** The ''Defiant'' could supposedly reduce the surface of the new Founder Homeworld to a smoking cinder in short order (While it was Garak who said this, he said it to Worf, who would be the most familiar with the ''Defiant''[='=]s systems).
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** In "The Die Is Cast", it is stated that a fleet of 20 Romulan and Cardassian ships can destroy a planet down to its core within 6 hours (1+5). The opening volley alone destroyed 30% of the surface, [[spoiler: after which the fleet was interrupted by 150 Dominion ships and destroyed.]] ** The ''Defiant'' could supposedly reduce the surface of the new Founder Homeworld to a smoking cinder in short order order. (While it was Garak who said this, he said it to Worf, who would be the most familiar with the ''Defiant''[='=]s systems).
18th Jan '16 7:54:41 PM M84
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* ''Videogame/HeroesOfMightAndMagic'' ''IV'' starts with Enroth being destroyed when Armageddon's Blade and the Sword of Frost clash. The awesome powers of these blades colliding triggers the Reckoning, a massive explosion that causes a chain reaction of destruction across the entire planet. A lucky fraction of the populace escape through mysterious magical portals that appear out of nowhere leading to the new world of Axeoth.
16th Jan '16 3:51:44 PM StFan
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* [[WebVideo/PoniesTheAnthology Ponies The Anthology III]] references the [[TropeNamers Trope Namer]] in one of its shorts.
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* [[WebVideo/PoniesTheAnthology ''[[WebVideo/PoniesTheAnthology Ponies The Anthology III]] III]]'' references the [[TropeNamers Trope Namer]] in one of its shorts.shorts. * ''WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries'': ** Parodied in ''Yu-Gi-Oh: The Abridged [[TheMovie Movie]]'': when Anubis announced his intention to destroy the world, Yami asks him what he could possibly gain from that. As revealed on his [=LiveJournal=], the creator included this because he considered Anubis to be a terrible movie villain with, in his own words, '[[CardCarryingVillain generic motives]]'. ** A running series called "Zorc and Pals" features BigBad Zorc Necrophades and Yami Bakura discussing Zorc's plans to destroy the world. The clip from "Zorc and Pals: The Movie" in the Abridged Movie details what Zorc is going to do after he destroys the world... [[ImGoingToDisneyWorld He's going to Disney World.]] And then he's going to destroy it. However, he found it much too fun, so he destroyed Euro Disney instead.

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* ''Series/StargateUniverse'' blows up a planet in the first episode through a combination of an unstable radioactive core, plugging a Stargate into said core and dialing it to a ship billions of light-years away, and having the Lucian Alliance bombard the base. And then, in the season finale, the situation gets reversed - it's a Lucian Alliance base planet getting attacked/destroyed by Earth forces.
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* ''Series/StargateUniverse'' blows up a planet in the first episode through a combination of an unstable radioactive core, plugging a Stargate into said core and dialing it to a ship billions of light-years away, and having the Lucian Alliance bombard the base. And then, in the season finale, the situation gets reversed - -- it's a Lucian Alliance base planet getting attacked/destroyed by Earth forces.

[[folder:Multiple Media]] * "The Shattering" in ''Franchise/{{Bionicle}}'', the planet of Spherus Magna splitting into [[SingleBiomePlanet Bara Magna, Aqua Magna and Bota Magna]] due to the forces of the Energized Protodermis within its core. Although in some media, it's depicted not as a true "Kaboom", but more like a large planet spitting out two smaller ones. [[/folder]]

[[folder: Other ]] * The FunTShirt. [[http://wearscience.com/design/moon/ Moon Shattering Kaboom!]] ForScience
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[[folder: Other ]] [[folder:Pinballs]] * The FunTShirt. [[http://wearscience.com/design/moon/ Moon Shattering Kaboom!]] ForSciencefourth [[UnlockableContent Supergame mode]] in ''Pinball/JudgeDredd'' requires destroying Deadworld, home of the Dark Judges. * In ''Pinball/RedAndTedsRoadShow,'' [[WizardMode Super Payday]] starts with the protagonists accidentally destroying the Earth while fighting off a crisis (either an alien invasion, monster attack, or earthquake).

[[folder:Pinball]] * The fourth [[UnlockableContent Supergame mode]] in ''Pinball/JudgeDredd'' requires destroying Deadworld, home of the Dark Judges. * In ''Pinball/RedAndTedsRoadShow,'' [[WizardMode Super Payday]] starts with the protagonists accidentally destroying the Earth while fighting off a crisis (either an alien invasion, monster attack, or earthquake). [[/folder]] [[folder:Role-Playing Games]] * The ending of Roleplay/DinoAttackRPG's [[WhatIf alternate ending]], ''December 21, 2010''. [[/folder]] [[folder:Tabletop RPG]]
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[[folder:Pinball]] * The fourth [[UnlockableContent Supergame mode]] in ''Pinball/JudgeDredd'' requires destroying Deadworld, home of the Dark Judges. * In ''Pinball/RedAndTedsRoadShow,'' [[WizardMode Super Payday]] starts with the protagonists accidentally destroying the Earth while fighting off a crisis (either an alien invasion, monster attack, or earthquake). [[/folder]] [[folder:Role-Playing Games]] * The ending of Roleplay/DinoAttackRPG's [[WhatIf alternate ending]], ''December 21, 2010''. [[/folder]] [[folder:Tabletop RPG]]Games]]

[[folder:Pinball]] * The fourth [[UnlockableContent Supergame mode]] ''TabletopGame/TechInfantry'' has an dinosaur-killer-sized asteroid dropped on earth in ''Pinball/JudgeDredd'' requires destroying Deadworld, home of the Dark Judges. * In ''Pinball/RedAndTedsRoadShow,'' [[WizardMode Super Payday]] starts with the protagonists accidentally destroying backstory. After the Earth while fighting partially recovers and is just starting to be recolonized by rebels against the main human government, said government sends in a fleet that blows up the moon, first by firing several small black holes through it to weaken its structure, then ramming it with a miles-long starship moving at 90 percent of the speed of light. The shattered fragments of the moon rain down on the surface of the earth, melting the top few miles of crust into a continuous layer of molten lava, boiling off a crisis (either an the oceans, and blasting the atmosphere away. A few decades later, some nasty aliens invade, and the invasion is only stopped by using Dooms Day Devices to send the suns of the main alien invasion, monster attack, or earthquake). [[/folder]] [[folder:Role-Playing Games]] * The ending of Roleplay/DinoAttackRPG's [[WhatIf alternate ending]], ''December 21, 2010''. [[/folder]] [[folder:Tabletop RPG]]homeworlds into supernova.

[[folder:Pinball]] [[folder:Toys]] * The fourth [[UnlockableContent Supergame mode]] "The Shattering" in ''Pinball/JudgeDredd'' requires destroying Deadworld, home ''Franchise/{{Bionicle}}'', the planet of Spherus Magna splitting into [[SingleBiomePlanet Bara Magna, Aqua Magna and Bota Magna]] due to the forces of the Dark Judges. * In ''Pinball/RedAndTedsRoadShow,'' [[WizardMode Super Payday]] starts with the protagonists accidentally destroying the Earth while fighting off Energized Protodermis within its core. Although in some media, it's depicted not as a crisis (either an alien invasion, monster attack, or earthquake). [[/folder]] [[folder:Role-Playing Games]] * The ending of Roleplay/DinoAttackRPG's [[WhatIf alternate ending]], ''December 21, 2010''. [[/folder]] [[folder:Tabletop RPG]]true "Kaboom", but more like a large planet spitting out two smaller ones. [[/folder]]

[[folder:Pinball]] * The fourth [[UnlockableContent Supergame mode]] in ''Pinball/JudgeDredd'' requires destroying Deadworld, home of the Dark Judges. [[folder:Web Animation]] * In ''Pinball/RedAndTedsRoadShow,'' [[WizardMode Super Payday]] starts with the protagonists accidentally destroying ''WebAnimation/DeathBattle'' match between [[DragonBallZ Goku]] and {{Superman}}, [[spoiler:Goku and Superman destroy the Earth while fighting off a crisis (either an alien invasion, monster attack, or earthquake). [[/folder]] [[folder:Role-Playing Games]] when Goku's Dragon Punch takes on Superman's Infinite Mass Punch. Superman wins.]] * This happens in ''WebAnimation/TheDementedCartoonMovie''. A ''lot''. It's fun to count how many times, even. ** The ending of Roleplay/DinoAttackRPG's [[WhatIf alternate ending]], ''December 21, 2010''. [[/folder]] [[folder:Tabletop RPG]]words "Zeeky Boogy Doog" can cause a nuclear explosion. On its own, that's a highly-localized event. Broadcast somebody saying that phrase all over the world, however... ** Worse: "Gleeg Snag Zip" skips the nuclear explosions and jumps right to the planet-shattering. [[/folder]]

* [[http://www.salon.com/entertainment/comics/this_modern_world/2010/05/25/this_modern_world This]] ''ThisModernWorld'' strip.

* In the ''WebAnimation/DeathBattle'' match between [[DragonBallZ Goku]] and {{Superman}}, [[spoiler:Goku and Superman destroy the Earth when Goku's Dragon Punch takes on Superman's Infinite Mass Punch. Superman wins.]]

* This happens in ''WebAnimation/TheDementedCartoonMovie''. A ''lot''. It's fun to count how many times, even. ** The words "Zeeky Boogy Doog" can cause a nuclear explosion. On its own, that's a highly-localized event. Broadcast somebody saying that phrase all over the world, however... ** Worse: "Gleeg Snag Zip" skips the nuclear explosions and jumps right to the planet-shattering.

* WebOriginal/ProtectorsOfThePlotContinuum agents have two options when they find an uncanonical planet in a fanfiction: let it integrate in the canon if it doesn't happen to be dangerous, otherwise [[StuffBlowingUp kaboom]]. One particular example had the agents play around with the settings of a spaceship's WaveMotionGun in the hope it would be enough to pierce the crust and make the planet break apart. They ended up narrowly escaping the planet's explosion. --> '''Agent Sergio Turbo''': ''I think we just outdid the ''Series/MythBusters'' here.'' * ''TechInfantry'' has an dinosaur-killer-sized asteroid dropped on earth in the backstory. After the Earth partially recovers and is just starting to be recolonized by rebels against the main human government, said government sends in a fleet that blows up the moon, first by firing several small black holes through it to weaken its structure, then ramming it with a miles-long starship moving at 90 percent of the speed of light. The shattered fragments of the moon rain down on the surface of the earth, melting the top few miles of crust into a continuous layer of molten lava, boiling off the oceans, and blasting the atmosphere away. A few decades later, some nasty aliens invade, and the invasion is only stopped by using Dooms Day Devices to send the suns of the main alien homeworlds into supernova.
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* WebOriginal/ProtectorsOfThePlotContinuum agents ''WebOriginal/ProtectorsOfThePlotContinuum'': Agents have two options when they find an uncanonical planet in a fanfiction: let it integrate in the canon if it doesn't happen to be dangerous, otherwise [[StuffBlowingUp kaboom]]. One particular example had the agents play around with the settings of a spaceship's WaveMotionGun in the hope it would be enough to pierce the crust and make the planet break apart. They ended up narrowly escaping the planet's explosion. --> '''Agent -->'''Agent Sergio Turbo''': ''I Turbo:''' I think we just outdid the ''Series/MythBusters'' here.'' * ''TechInfantry'' has an dinosaur-killer-sized asteroid dropped on earth in the backstory. After the Earth partially recovers and is just starting to be recolonized by rebels against the main human government, said government sends in a fleet that blows up the moon, first by firing several small black holes through it to weaken its structure, then ramming it with a miles-long starship moving at 90 percent of the speed of light. The shattered fragments of the moon rain down on the surface of the earth, melting the top few miles of crust into a continuous layer of molten lava, boiling off the oceans, and blasting the atmosphere away. A few decades later, some nasty aliens invade, and the invasion is only stopped by using Dooms Day Devices to send the suns of the main alien homeworlds into supernova.

* Parodied in ''[[WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries Yu-Gi-Oh: The Abridged]] [[TheMovie Movie]]'': when Anubis announced his intention to destroy the world, Yami asks him what he could possibly gain from that. As revealed on his [=LiveJournal=], the creator included this because he considered Anubis to be a terrible movie villain with, in his own words, '[[CardCarryingVillain generic motives]]'. ** Also in the Abridged Series, a running series called "Zorc and Pals" features BigBad Zorc Necrophades and Yami Bakura discussing Zorc's plans to destroy the world. The clip from "Zorc and Pals: The Movie" in the Abridged Movie details what Zorc is going to do after he destroys the world... [[ImGoingToDisneyWorld He's going to Disney World.]] And then he's going to destroy it. However, he found it much too fun, so he destroyed Euro Disney instead. * In Roleplay/VoidOfTheStars, the Equestrians decided to go and save an innocent planet from Triarian oppression. They ended up ''destroying it instead.''
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* Parodied in ''[[WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries Yu-Gi-Oh: The Abridged]] [[TheMovie Movie]]'': when Anubis announced his intention to destroy the world, Yami asks him what he could possibly gain from that. As revealed on his [=LiveJournal=], the creator included this because he considered Anubis to be a terrible movie villain with, in his own words, '[[CardCarryingVillain generic motives]]'. ** Also in the Abridged Series, a running series called "Zorc and Pals" features BigBad Zorc Necrophades and Yami Bakura discussing Zorc's plans to destroy the world. The clip from "Zorc and Pals: The Movie" in the Abridged Movie details what Zorc is going to do after he destroys the world... [[ImGoingToDisneyWorld He's going to Disney World.]] And then he's going to destroy it. However, he found it much too fun, so he destroyed Euro Disney instead. * In Roleplay/VoidOfTheStars, ''Roleplay/VoidOfTheStars'', the Equestrians decided to go and save an innocent planet from Triarian oppression. They ended up ''destroying it instead.'''' * The ending of Roleplay/DinoAttackRPG's [[WhatIf alternate ending]], ''December 21, 2010''.

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* Parodied in ''[[WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries Yu-Gi-Oh: The Abridged]] [[TheMovie Movie]]'': when Anubis announced his intention to destroy the world, Yami asks him what he could possibly gain from that. As revealed on his [=LiveJournal=], the creator included this because he considered Anubis to be a terrible movie villain with, in his own words, '[[CardCarryingVillain generic motives]]'. ** Also in the Abridged Series, a running series called "Zorc and Pals" features BigBad Zorc Necrophades and Yami Bakura discussing Zorc's plans to destroy the world. The clip from "Zorc and Pals: The Movie" in the Abridged Movie details what Zorc is going to do after he destroys the world... [[ImGoingToDisneyWorld He's going to Disney World.]] And then he's going to destroy it. However, he found it much too fun, so he destroyed Euro Disney instead. * In Roleplay/VoidOfTheStars, the Equestrians decided to go and save an innocent planet from Triarian oppression. They ended up ''destroying it instead.''FunTShirt. [[http://wearscience.com/design/moon/ Moon Shattering Kaboom!]] ForScience
12th Jan '16 5:16:19 PM Ramidel
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* ''TabletopGame/BigEyesSmallMouth'' has rules detailing exactly how much damage, over what area, needs to be inflicted to blow up a planet.
7th Jan '16 7:57:41 PM nombretomado
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* ''SpaceRunawayIdeon'' goes even further than that, as the titular HumongousMecha has three main weapons that ''start'' at planet-killing, and go up from there.
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* ''SpaceRunawayIdeon'' ''Anime/SpaceRunawayIdeon'' goes even further than that, as the titular HumongousMecha has three main weapons that ''start'' at planet-killing, and go up from there.
7th Jan '16 6:13:51 PM nombretomado
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* The MacGuffin from ''SpaceQuest I'' is the Star Generator, a device which turns a planet into a sun. It was meant for the best, honestly, but obviously it gets stolen and used for extortion. The device is blown up at the end of the first game, for which the evil villain takes revenge in ''SpaceQuest II''
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* The MacGuffin from ''SpaceQuest I'' ''VideoGame/SpaceQuestITheSarienEncounter'' is the Star Generator, a device which turns a planet into a sun. It was meant for the best, honestly, but obviously it gets stolen and used for extortion. The device is blown up at the end of the first game, for which the evil villain takes revenge in ''SpaceQuest II''''VideoGame/SpaceQuestIIVohaulsRevenge''
7th Jan '16 1:06:47 PM nombretomado
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* ''UchuuSenkanYamato'': although the original WaveMotionGun is not in fact a planet-killer, several of the alien races have (and use) this capability.
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* ''UchuuSenkanYamato'': ''Anime/UchuuSenkanYamato'': although the original WaveMotionGun is not in fact a planet-killer, several of the alien races have (and use) this capability.
20th Dec '15 7:16:33 PM TheRoguePenguin
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* One of the most famous Planet Killers is the Death Star from ''Franchise/StarWars: Film/ANewHope'', and poor Planet Alderaan to supply the Kaboom. Later on in the movie, the Death Star gets its ''own'' EarthShatteringKaboom (okay, space station the size of a small moon, close enough).
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* One of the most famous Planet Killers is the Death Star from ''Franchise/StarWars: Film/ANewHope'', and poor Planet planet Alderaan to supply the Kaboom. Later on in the movie, the Death Star gets its ''own'' EarthShatteringKaboom (okay, space station the size of a small moon, close enough).

** The lesser version is known to the Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse as Imperial Order ''Base Delta Zero''. Much is made of the fact that the Empire can do this in a few hours or days with ''standard'' fleet elements. Superweapons are just for flash. *** Base Delta Zero just kills off the biosphere and renders the planet uninhabitable. Death Stars (or the like) are still needed if you want to blow it up like a firecracker. ** And speaking of the ExpandedUniverse, further planet-killers are encountered there, some built by Imperial forces, others not. These include the Darksaber (the Death Star's laser, rebuilt without an actual Death Star. And it doesn't work), the skeletal prototype Death Star, the Eye of Palpatine, Centerpoint Station, and the Sun Crusher (which is even ''worse'' than the Death Star; it's a ''tiny'' indestructible ship that, if you replace "crush" with "supernova", [[StarKilling does what it sounds like]]). *** FridgeBrilliance: To release enough energy to blow a star up, you need to crush its core with the outer layers. ** The "planet killer arms race" featured in the StarWars EU, in which every planet-killer has to be somehow bigger and badder than the last, is one of the most-cited reasons why some fans consider several fair-sized chunks of the EU [[FanonDiscontinuity non-canonical and ridiculous]]. This was only really happening in the nineties, when Bantam had the license. Del Ray, for all their perceived faults, mostly uses this gimmick with the [[Literature/NewJediOrder Vong]], who possessed and often were Planet Killers themselves. *** Nearly all of the Bantam superweapons were [[JediAcademyTrilogy Kevin J. Anderson's]] doing. He put at least one in each novel except in the Literature/YoungJediKnights series. ** And then there were the [[ComicBook/DarkEmpire World Devastators]]. They were [[KnightsOfTheOldRepublic Star Forges]] in miniature, except taking materials from planets instead of stars and having to chew said planets up to get them. These "merely" rendered the planet an uninhabitable ball of rock significantly smaller than it used to be, rather than an actual kaboom. Notably, in the first RogueSquadron game players could fly against the World Devastators as Wedge Antilles.
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** The lesser version is known to the Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse as Imperial Order ''Base Delta Zero''. Much is made of the fact that the Empire can do this in a few hours or days with ''standard'' fleet elements. Superweapons are just for flash. *** Base Delta Zero just kills off the biosphere and renders the planet uninhabitable. Death Stars (or the like) are still needed if you want to blow it up like a firecracker. ** And speaking of In the ExpandedUniverse, further planet-killers are encountered there, some built by Imperial forces, others not. These include the Darksaber (the Death Star's laser, rebuilt without an actual Death Star. And it doesn't work), the skeletal prototype Death Star, the Eye of Palpatine, Centerpoint Station, and the Sun Crusher (which is even ''worse'' than the Death Star; it's a ''tiny'' indestructible ship that, if you replace "crush" with "supernova", [[StarKilling does what it sounds like]]). *** FridgeBrilliance: To release enough energy to blow a star up, you need to crush its core with the outer layers. ** The "planet killer arms race" featured in the StarWars Franchise/StarWars EU, in which every planet-killer has to be somehow bigger and badder than the last, is one of the most-cited reasons why some fans consider several fair-sized chunks of the EU [[FanonDiscontinuity non-canonical and ridiculous]]. This was only really happening in the nineties, when Bantam had the license. Nearly all of the Bantam superweapons were [[JediAcademyTrilogy Kevin J. Anderson's]] doing. He put at least one in each novel except in the Literature/YoungJediKnights series. Del Ray, for all their perceived faults, mostly uses this gimmick with the [[Literature/NewJediOrder Vong]], who possessed and often were Planet Killers themselves. *** Nearly all of the Bantam superweapons were [[JediAcademyTrilogy Kevin J. Anderson's]] doing. He put at least one in each novel except in the Literature/YoungJediKnights series. ** And then there were the [[ComicBook/DarkEmpire World Devastators]]. They were [[KnightsOfTheOldRepublic [[Videogame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic Star Forges]] in miniature, except taking materials from planets instead of stars and having to chew said planets up to get them. These "merely" rendered the planet an uninhabitable ball of rock significantly smaller than it used to be, rather than an actual kaboom. Notably, in the first RogueSquadron ''Videogame/RogueSquadron'' game players could fly against the World Devastators as Wedge Antilles.

** [[spoiler:''Film/TheForceAwakens'' has its own resident Planet Killer, Starkiller Base, which massively outdoes the Death Stars. How? The Death Stars were relatively moon-sized. Starkiller Base's cannon is built into ''an entire planet''! The Death Stars could only destroy one planet at a time. Starkiller Base? It can destroy '''entire star systems'''! Naturally, it shares the same fate as its ancestors at the end of the film.]]
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** [[spoiler:''Film/TheForceAwakens'' has In ''Film/TheForceAwakens'', the First Order continues the grand Empire tradition of planet-killing with its own resident Planet Killer, new and even better version: Starkiller Base, which Base. Built on the surface of the planet rather than in a mobile space station, it massively outdoes the Death Stars. How? The Death Stars were relatively moon-sized. Starkiller Base's cannon is built into ''an Using the entire planet''! The Death Stars could only destroy one mass of a star, it generates a beam which can cross the galaxy in minutes, split into several beams, and wipe out every planet at a time. Starkiller Base? It can destroy '''entire star systems'''! Naturally, in the target system. [[spoiler:Naturally, it shares the same fate as its ancestors at the end of the film.]]
19th Dec '15 2:50:02 PM nombretomado
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** The ARK's Eclipse Cannon was capable of destroying a planet with the power of the Chaos Emeralds. It was used twice: first to blow apart half of the moon in ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2'', and to annihilate the Black Arms Comet in ''ShadowTheHedgehog''.
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** The ARK's Eclipse Cannon was capable of destroying a planet with the power of the Chaos Emeralds. It was used twice: first to blow apart half of the moon in ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2'', and to annihilate the Black Arms Comet in ''ShadowTheHedgehog''.''VideoGame/ShadowTheHedgehog''.

* ''SpaceEmpires'' allows any empire to destroy nebulae, stars, planets, black holes, wormholes, or create any of these, given the proper research.
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* ''SpaceEmpires'' ''VideoGame/SpaceEmpires'' allows any empire to destroy nebulae, stars, planets, black holes, wormholes, or create any of these, given the proper research.
18th Dec '15 9:33:41 PM YuushaFan
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** [[Spoiler:''Film/TheForceAwakens'' has its own resident Planet Killer, Starkiller Base, which massively outdoes the Death Stars. How? The Death Stars were relatively moon-sized. Starkiller Base's cannon is built into ''an entire planet''! The Death Stars could only destroy one planet at a time. Starkiller Base? It can destroy '''entire star systems'''! Naturally, it shares the same fate as its ancestors at the end of the film.]]
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** [[Spoiler:''Film/TheForceAwakens'' [[spoiler:''Film/TheForceAwakens'' has its own resident Planet Killer, Starkiller Base, which massively outdoes the Death Stars. How? The Death Stars were relatively moon-sized. Starkiller Base's cannon is built into ''an entire planet''! The Death Stars could only destroy one planet at a time. Starkiller Base? It can destroy '''entire star systems'''! Naturally, it shares the same fate as its ancestors at the end of the film.]]
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