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12th Jun '16 12:47:32 PM vovan1
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* Sergey Snegov's "Humans as Gods" have two types of interstellar weapons: Galaxians-created Biological Radiation Weapons, which fire non-dissipating beams of anti-organic radiation, capable of insta-killing anything living, and Ramirs-created Roton Beam, which can blow up the stars.
20th May '16 2:08:37 PM Doug86
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* The Genesis Wave in the StarTrekNovelVerse. Based on the genesis device from ''Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan'', the weapon fires a reality-warping wave of energy programmed to {{Terraform}} worlds in its path - to make them resemble the homeworld of the aliens who built it. Launched from an AsteroidThicket, it destroys/reforms several planets in the ''[[Literature/StarTrekTheGenesisWave Genesis Wave]]'' series.

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* The Genesis Wave in the StarTrekNovelVerse.Franchise/StarTrekNovelVerse. Based on the genesis device from ''Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan'', the weapon fires a reality-warping wave of energy programmed to {{Terraform}} worlds in its path - to make them resemble the homeworld of the aliens who built it. Launched from an AsteroidThicket, it destroys/reforms several planets in the ''[[Literature/StarTrekTheGenesisWave Genesis Wave]]'' series.
18th Mar '16 7:44:21 AM Morgenthaler
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** Any weapon transmitted through the Stargate is this by definition, as the Stargates are essentially interstellar delivery systems (well, wormhole generators that connect different solar systems). Especially the one that [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome used all the Stargates in the galaxy to destroy the Replicators once and for all]].

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** Any weapon transmitted through the Stargate is this by definition, as the Stargates are essentially interstellar delivery systems (well, wormhole generators that connect different solar systems). Especially the one that [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome used all the Stargates in the galaxy to destroy the Replicators once and for all]].all.



** The Daleks' Reality Bomb [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome which would have wipe out the entire whole of creation]].

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** The Daleks' Reality Bomb [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome which would have wipe out the entire whole of creation]].creation.
18th Mar '16 7:43:54 AM Morgenthaler
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* On one episode of ''EarthFinalConflict'', the Taelons developed a weapon that shot balls of lava from the Earth's core through the shows version of {{Hyperspace}} that could hit other planets in other solar systems.

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* On one episode of ''EarthFinalConflict'', ''Series/EarthFinalConflict'', the Taelons developed a weapon that shot balls of lava from the Earth's core through the shows version of {{Hyperspace}} that could hit other planets in other solar systems.
9th Jan '16 11:29:45 PM dclark
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* This turns out to be the First Order's SuoerweaponSurprise in ''StarWarsTheForceAwakens''. Not only can it one-shot a planet from lightyears away, but it can actually fire on multiple planets in one launch. It consumes an entire ''star'' to do this, and is so large that it effectively takes up the entire planet it's on.


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* This turns out to be the First Order's SuperweaponSurprise in ''Film/TheForceAwakens''. Not only can it one-shot a planet from lightyears away, but it can actually fire on multiple planets in one launch. It consumes an entire ''star'' to do this, and is so large that it effectively takes up the entire planet it's on.
9th Jan '16 11:27:43 PM dclark
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* This turns out to be the First Order's SuoerweaponSurprise in ''StarWarsTheForceAwakens''. Not only can it one-shot a planet from lightyears away, but it can actually fire on multiple planets in one launch. It consumes an entire ''star'' to do this, and is so large that it effectively takes up the entire planet it's on.
7th Jan '16 7:12:20 PM jormis29
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** The ''Yamato 2099'' remake shortens the range somewhat, having the planet bombs being launched from a forward base on Pluto.

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** The ''Yamato 2099'' ''Anime/SpaceBattleshipYamato2199'' remake shortens the range somewhat, having the planet bombs being launched from a forward base on Pluto.
7th Jan '16 1:09:40 PM nombretomado
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* In ''UchuuSenkanYamato'' the Gamilas bombard Earth with radioactive bombs from their home planet.

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* In ''UchuuSenkanYamato'' ''Anime/UchuuSenkanYamato'' the Gamilas bombard Earth with radioactive bombs from their home planet.
17th Sep '15 4:55:07 PM nombretomado
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** [[DarkEmpire Also the Galaxy Gun]], which fires [[SubspaceOrHyperspace hyperspace-capable]] [[EarthShatteringKaboom planet-busting missiles]] while remaining in orbit above Byss. The missiles are of variable yield, meaning that the Empire can dial up for destroying anything from a single ship (whenever their intel is good enough to know exactly where a major New Republic ship is at the moment) to a planet. Not only are the missiles [[DeflectorShields incredibly well-shielded]] and thus nearly impossible to stop once they drop out of hyperspace, the fact that the Galaxy Gun itself never leaves Byss (at the time, by far the most heavily defended planet in the galaxy, with a fleet at least 10 times larger than the one the Empire had at [[Film/ReturnOfTheJedi Endor]]) makes attempt at a direct attack both futile and suicidal. [[spoiler:Ultimately, the New Republic takes the Galaxy Gun out by hacking the nav computer of another Imperial superweapon, the Emperor's gigantic flagship ''Eclipse II'', and programming it to [[RammingAlwaysWorks ram the Galaxy Gun]]. The incredibly durable ''Eclipse'' survives this...but it doesn't survive the planet-buster missile that misfires during the ramming and hits Byss, blowing up both the planet and everything in orbit.]]

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** [[DarkEmpire [[ComicBook/DarkEmpire Also the Galaxy Gun]], which fires [[SubspaceOrHyperspace hyperspace-capable]] [[EarthShatteringKaboom planet-busting missiles]] while remaining in orbit above Byss. The missiles are of variable yield, meaning that the Empire can dial up for destroying anything from a single ship (whenever their intel is good enough to know exactly where a major New Republic ship is at the moment) to a planet. Not only are the missiles [[DeflectorShields incredibly well-shielded]] and thus nearly impossible to stop once they drop out of hyperspace, the fact that the Galaxy Gun itself never leaves Byss (at the time, by far the most heavily defended planet in the galaxy, with a fleet at least 10 times larger than the one the Empire had at [[Film/ReturnOfTheJedi Endor]]) makes attempt at a direct attack both futile and suicidal. [[spoiler:Ultimately, the New Republic takes the Galaxy Gun out by hacking the nav computer of another Imperial superweapon, the Emperor's gigantic flagship ''Eclipse II'', and programming it to [[RammingAlwaysWorks ram the Galaxy Gun]]. The incredibly durable ''Eclipse'' survives this...but it doesn't survive the planet-buster missile that misfires during the ramming and hits Byss, blowing up both the planet and everything in orbit.]]
17th Sep '15 4:55:00 PM nombretomado
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* In DarkEmpire, there's the Galaxy Gun, a massive cannon which launches incredibly destructive projectiles through hyperspace. It can ''destroy planets''.

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* In DarkEmpire, ''ComicBook/DarkEmpire'', there's the Galaxy Gun, a massive cannon which launches incredibly destructive projectiles through hyperspace. It can ''destroy planets''.
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