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19th Mar '17 2:45:46 PM mlsmithca
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* After defeating the final boss in ''PhantasyStarIII''', your character makes use of the otherwise inaccessible "Megido" technique in a cutscene to destroy the final DungeonTown.

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* After defeating the final boss in ''PhantasyStarIII''', ''VideoGame/PhantasyStarIII''', your character makes use of the otherwise inaccessible "Megido" technique in a cutscene to destroy the final DungeonTown.
17th Mar '17 9:08:01 PM marcoasalazarm
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** Pretty much every spell Hayate is able of throwing out (at least at first) has this same kind of impact. Every time she gets ready to cast them, MissionControl at TSAB needs to authorize it, provide targeting data support, and sounds off alarm messages to order bystanders to evacuate the blast radius ASAP.
5th Mar '17 5:04:52 PM nombretomado
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* The Destroy All spell available to Liches in DungeonSiege: Throne of Agony. The icon is, of course, a mushroom cloud.

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* The Destroy All spell available to Liches in DungeonSiege: ''VideoGame/DungeonSiege: Throne of Agony.Agony''. The icon is, of course, a mushroom cloud.
27th Feb '17 8:56:35 PM Adept
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* ''ScrappedPrincess'' has the Ginnungagap, a "Long Ranged Strategic Class Spell", one of a whole class of nuke spells.

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* ''ScrappedPrincess'' ''LightNovel/ScrappedPrincess'' has the Ginnungagap, a "Long Ranged Strategic Class Spell", one of a whole class of nuke spells.
24th Jan '17 6:33:22 PM Winter
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* ''Anime/IzettaTheLastWitch'' has the [[ANaziByAnyOtherName Germanian Empire]] developing Hexenium bombs, which use crystallized magical energy to unleash incredible destructive power. A single bomb delivered by magically-guided V2 rocket is supposedly able to destroy a city.
16th Jan '17 6:40:52 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''StrikeLegion'', has '''WAY''' too many to list. Most weapons carried by PowerArmor or [[HumungousMecha frames]] would qualify as WeaponsOfMassDestruction in most other settings, if they aren't capable of outright blowing up a planet.

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* ''StrikeLegion'', ''TabletopGame/StrikeLegion'', has '''WAY''' too many to list. Most weapons carried by PowerArmor or [[HumungousMecha frames]] would qualify as WeaponsOfMassDestruction in most other settings, if they aren't capable of outright blowing up a planet.
15th Jan '17 3:53:45 PM nombretomado
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* Bring It On Home from BrutalLegend. It summons a flaming Zepplin to crash-land and explode at your location. It's kind of a WaveMotionGun, you're vulnerable while jammin' out the long and complex spell and it has a five minute recharge.

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* Bring It On Home from BrutalLegend.''VideoGame/BrutalLegend''. It summons a flaming Zepplin to crash-land and explode at your location. It's kind of a WaveMotionGun, you're vulnerable while jammin' out the long and complex spell and it has a five minute recharge.
15th Jan '17 3:48:49 PM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': The ship full of wildfire explodes into a giant green fireball complete with mushroom cloud out the top that consumes thousands.
12th Jan '17 6:50:54 PM M84
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* In ''Videogame/{{Tyranny}}'', Kyros the Overlord was able to conquer most of the known world in part because they know how to cast Edicts. Edicts are spells of immense power that, when read, inflict horrific disasters on a massive scale. The Edict of Stone turned Cairn, the rebellious Archon of Stone (a powerful being in his own right which just emphasizes how strong Edicts are), into a living statue while turning the entire region around him into a barren wasteland that can't support life. The Edict of Fire turned the Vellum Citadel and the surrounding region into a LethalLavaLand as punishment for the Citadel's Sages hoarding forbidden knowledge against Kyros' law. Even the Sages' time magic could only suspend the damage, not prevent it. The Edict of Storms inflicted typhoon level windstorms and thunderstorms over the land of Stalwart which would continue as long as Stalwart's rebellious line of Regents still existed. A huge part of Kyros' power is the ever looming threat of an Edict. [[spoiler:The Edicts of Malediction and Nightfall which you can research later in the Spire Library are more subtle but arguably even more devastating curses: the first can inflict bad luck on entire cities and the second can trap them in [[TheNightThatNeverEnds eternal night]].]]

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* In ''Videogame/{{Tyranny}}'', Kyros the Overlord was able to conquer most of the known world in part because they know how to cast Edicts. Edicts are spells of immense power that, when read, inflict horrific disasters on a massive scale. The Edict of Stone turned Cairn, the rebellious Archon of Stone (a powerful being in his own right which just emphasizes how strong Edicts are), into a living statue while turning the entire region around him into a barren wasteland that can't support life. The Edict of Fire turned the Vellum Citadel and the surrounding region into a LethalLavaLand as punishment for the Citadel's Sages hoarding forbidden knowledge against Kyros' law. Even the Sages' time magic could only suspend the damage, not prevent it. The Edict of Storms inflicted typhoon level windstorms and thunderstorms over the land of Stalwart which would continue as long as Stalwart's rebellious line of Regents still existed. A huge part of Kyros' power is the ever looming threat of an Edict. [[spoiler:The Edicts of Malediction (researched in the Spire Library) and Nightfall which (given to you can research later by Bleden Mark in the Spire Library Anarchist Path) are more subtle but arguably even more devastating curses: the first can inflict bad luck on entire cities and the second can trap them in [[TheNightThatNeverEnds eternal night]].]]
7th Jan '17 11:38:14 AM Hanz
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* In ''Videogame/{{Tyranny}}'', Kyros the Overlord was able to conquer most of the known world in part because they know how to cast Edicts. Edicts are spells of immense power that, when read, inflict horrific disasters on a massive scale. The Edict of Stone turned Cairn, the rebellious Archon of Stone (a powerful being in his own right which just emphasizes how strong Edicts are), into a living statue while turning the entire region around him into a barren wasteland that can't support life. The Edict of Fire turned the Vellum Citadel and the surrounding region into a LethalLavaLand as punishment for the Citadel's Sages hoarding forbidden knowledge against Kyros' law. Even the Sages' time magic could only suspend the damage, not prevent it. The Edict of Storms inflicted typhoon level windstorms and thunderstorms over the land of Stalwart which would continue as long as Stalwart's rebellious line of Regents still existed. A huge part of Kyros' power is the ever looming threat of an Edict. [[spoiler:The Edicts of Malediction and Nightfall which you can research later in the Spire Library are more subtle but arguably even more devastating curses: the first can inflict bad luck on entire cities and the second can trap them in [[TheNightThatNeverEnds eternal night]].]]
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