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18th Jul '16 2:54:27 AM JakesBrain
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->'''Crow:''' Few things, Mike. First, uh, well ya blew up another planet, obviously. What's that, three for you now?\\

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->'''Crow:''' Few things, Mike. First, uh, well ya well, you blew up another planet, obviously. What's that, three for you now?\\



'''Crow:''' Second, uh--ARE YOU OUT OF YOUR STUPID ROTTED SKULL, YOU '''DUMB MAN'''!?!

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'''Crow:''' Second, uh--ARE uh -- ''ARE YOU OUT OF YOUR STUPID ROTTED SKULL, YOU '''DUMB MAN'''!?!MAN'''!?!''
15th Jul '16 7:29:56 AM WillBGood
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** Ice-9 gets a ShoutOut in ''WebComic/EightBitTheater'', where Red Mage uses it to kill Marilith [[http://www.nuklearpower.com/2004/10/28/episode-476-red-mage-in-the-cradle/ by stuffing her into a BagOfHolding, then casting Ice IX on it and shattering it]].

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** Ice-9 gets a ShoutOut in ''WebComic/EightBitTheater'', where Red Mage uses it to kill Marilith by stuffing her into a BagOfHolding, then [[http://www.nuklearpower.com/2004/10/28/episode-476-red-mage-in-the-cradle/ by stuffing her into a BagOfHolding, then casting Ice IX on it and shattering it]].
30th Jun '16 10:13:50 AM thatother1dude
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** Lord Dominator presents herself as a straight OmnicidialManiac, aiming to destroy the galaxy ForTheEvulz, but eventually shows herself [[PsychopathicManchild too childish and short-sighted]] to [[AndThenWhat consider the hereafter]], even for herself. [[spoiler:After seemingly destroying the whole galaxy, Dominator [[VictoryIsBoring slips into a dull malaise]] because she has absolutely nothing to do anymore.]]

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** Lord Dominator presents herself as a straight OmnicidialManiac, OmnicidalManiac, aiming to destroy the galaxy ForTheEvulz, but ForTheEvulz. She eventually shows herself [[PsychopathicManchild too childish and short-sighted]] to [[AndThenWhat consider the hereafter]], even for herself. [[spoiler:After seemingly destroying the whole galaxy, Dominator [[VictoryIsBoring slips into a dull malaise]] because she has absolutely nothing to do anymore.]]
30th Jun '16 10:11:50 AM thatother1dude
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* [[spoiler:Mabel Pines]] in ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls''. [[spoiler:Her fear of losing her brother and of growing up causes her to unwittingly hand a DoomsdayDevice over to the BigBad.]]
* Emperor Awesome from ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'' just likes throwing parties. Only problem, that he always end up [[EarthShatteringKaboom destroying planet in the process]].
** Another episode features peaceful race, that had to abandon their home planets, because giant puppy keeps chewing on them, destroying them in process.

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* [[spoiler:Mabel Pines]] in ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls''. [[spoiler:Her fear of losing her brother and of growing up causes her to unwittingly hand a DoomsdayDevice over to the BigBad.]]
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''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder''
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Emperor Awesome from ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'' just likes throwing parties. Only problem, that problem is he always end up [[EarthShatteringKaboom destroying the planet in the process]].
** Another episode "The Ball" features a peaceful race, race that had to abandon their home planets, a series of planets because a giant puppy keeps chewing on them, destroying them in process.process. They eventually move onto the puppy itself.
** Lord Dominator presents herself as a straight OmnicidialManiac, aiming to destroy the galaxy ForTheEvulz, but eventually shows herself [[PsychopathicManchild too childish and short-sighted]] to [[AndThenWhat consider the hereafter]], even for herself. [[spoiler:After seemingly destroying the whole galaxy, Dominator [[VictoryIsBoring slips into a dull malaise]] because she has absolutely nothing to do anymore.]]
22nd Jun '16 7:03:08 AM Yib
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* Emperor Awesome from ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'' just likes throwing parties. Only problem, that he always end up [[EarthShatteringKaboom destroying planet in the process]].
** Another episode features peaceful race, that had to abandon their home planets, because giant puppy keeps chewing on them, destroying them in process.
19th Jun '16 11:36:01 AM BatmanKalEl
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Compare with the OmnicidalManiac, the "serious" version of this trope who ''can'' wrap his head around the concept and wants to do it anyway. If this goes to the next step and the destruction is only really caused by the character's indirect actions, then the character is a DoomMagnet (though the normal version of this also applies as well). Compare FromNobodyToNightmare, when an average person wreaks havoc on purpose after a StartOfDarkness. Compare also with UnwittingInstigadorOfDoom, when someone unintentionally plays a small and/or unlikely but crucial role in some horrible development (usually this action serves as the catalyst).

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Compare with the OmnicidalManiac, the "serious" version of this trope who ''can'' wrap his head around the concept and wants to do it anyway. If this goes to the next step and the destruction is only really caused by the character's indirect actions, then the character is a DoomMagnet (though the normal version of this also applies as well). Compare FromNobodyToNightmare, when an average person wreaks havoc on purpose after a StartOfDarkness. Compare also with UnwittingInstigadorOfDoom, UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom, when someone unintentionally plays a small and/or unlikely but crucial role in some horrible development (usually this action serves as the catalyst).
19th Jun '16 11:35:12 AM BatmanKalEl
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Compare with the OmnicidalManiac, the "serious" version of this trope who ''can'' wrap his head around the concept and wants to do it anyway. If this goes to the next step and the destruction is only really caused by the character's indirect actions, then the character is a DoomMagnet (though the normal version of this also applies as well). Compare FromNobodyToNightmare, when an average person wreaks havoc on purpose after a StartOfDarkness. Compare also with UnwittinInstigadorOfDoom, when someone unintentionally plays a small and/or unlikely but crucial role in some horrible development (usually this action serves as the catalyst).

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Compare with the OmnicidalManiac, the "serious" version of this trope who ''can'' wrap his head around the concept and wants to do it anyway. If this goes to the next step and the destruction is only really caused by the character's indirect actions, then the character is a DoomMagnet (though the normal version of this also applies as well). Compare FromNobodyToNightmare, when an average person wreaks havoc on purpose after a StartOfDarkness. Compare also with UnwittinInstigadorOfDoom, UnwittingInstigadorOfDoom, when someone unintentionally plays a small and/or unlikely but crucial role in some horrible development (usually this action serves as the catalyst).
19th Jun '16 11:33:07 AM BatmanKalEl
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Compare with the OmnicidalManiac, the "serious" version of this trope who ''can'' wrap his head around the concept and wants to do it anyway. If this goes to the next step and the destruction is only really caused by the character's indirect actions, then the character is a DoomMagnet (though the normal version of this also applies as well). Compare FromNobodyToNightmare, when an average person wreaks havoc on purpose after a StartOfDarkness.

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Compare with the OmnicidalManiac, the "serious" version of this trope who ''can'' wrap his head around the concept and wants to do it anyway. If this goes to the next step and the destruction is only really caused by the character's indirect actions, then the character is a DoomMagnet (though the normal version of this also applies as well). Compare FromNobodyToNightmare, when an average person wreaks havoc on purpose after a StartOfDarkness.
StartOfDarkness. Compare also with UnwittinInstigadorOfDoom, when someone unintentionally plays a small and/or unlikely but crucial role in some horrible development (usually this action serves as the catalyst).
17th Jun '16 7:39:00 PM PatPayne
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** And this is after destroying Macross City ''twice'' -- once by teleporting the island it was on to the orbit of Pluto, and again by ordering a transformation of the ship while having no understanding of how the reconfiguration would affect the city.
17th Jun '16 7:36:48 PM PatPayne
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* ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross'' brings us Admiral Bruno J. Global, Destroyer of Canadian Cities. When the ''Macross'' uses a completely untested forcefield while over Ontario, it explodes destroying the entire city. Later on, the crew weaponizes this trait during the destruction of Bodolza's base.
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