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17th Jan '18 1:49:19 PM ZimFan89
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* ''Series/TheGifted2017'': In the Season 1 finale, [[SecretPolice Sentinel Services]] finally tracks down the Mutant Underground headquarters and assaults it, wrecking the place in the process. [[spoiler: Ultimately, in order to buy time for everyone to escape, Andy and Lauren have to [[WonderTwinPowers combine powers]], which ends up vaporizing the building and everything in it.]]
14th Jan '18 5:31:17 PM DiabulusPyrus
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* At the end of ''VisualNovel/NewDanganRonpaV3'', [[spoiler: K1-B0 shoots down the Ultimate Academy for Gifted Juveniles before [[HeroicSacrifice self-destructing himself]], destroying the entire place.]] Thankfully, this only kills [[spoiler: K1-B0 himself and [[BigBad Tsumugi]], sparing Shuichi, Maki and Himiko.]]
31st Dec '17 4:27:10 PM Wackd
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* In the season three finale of ''Series/BetterCallSaul'', Chuck relapses ''hard'' into his electromagnetic sensitivity, causing him to turn off all power to his house. However, against all reason, he becomes convinced that there's still some device operating in his home, and he tears the house apart in search of that last little spark of electricity. When the rampant distruction turns up nothing, [[spoiler:he goes almost catatonic, and, while rocking himself back and forth, he tips over his gas lamp onto the floor, setting the whole house ablaze.]]
31st Dec '17 11:37:20 AM nombretomado
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* In the GrandFinale for ''GummiBears'', Gummi Glen is destroyed courtesy of Duke Igthorn.

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* In the GrandFinale for ''GummiBears'', ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears'', Gummi Glen is destroyed courtesy of Duke Igthorn.
29th Dec '17 11:19:11 AM Siempie
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** The Moffat-era console room was seemingly fine after the Twelfth Doctor's regeneration, just with a lot of smoke hanging in the air and a couple sparks here and there. However, Thirteen presses ''one'' button and ''the ENTIRE console room explodes!''
27th Dec '17 8:46:07 PM Angeldeb82
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* CityOfHeroes destroyed the Galaxy City zone as part of a new issue release. The destruction was actually shown in the tutorial level, and the hero would choose to become a hero or villain based on how he reacted to a downed hero. It was largely done to allow for the hero classes to be made as villains and vice-versa and streamline the tutorial level better.

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* CityOfHeroes VideoGame/CityOfHeroes destroyed the Galaxy City zone as part of a new issue release. The destruction was actually shown in the tutorial level, and the hero would choose to become a hero or villain based on how he reacted to a downed hero. It was largely done to allow for the hero classes to be made as villains and vice-versa and streamline the tutorial level better.


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* A literal one happens in ''VideoGame/{{Cuphead}}''. In the final phase of the battle with [[AttentionWhore Sally Stageplay]], the stage is pretty much a mess as she sends her [[ParasolOfPain umbrella]] after you.


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27th Dec '17 12:39:37 AM OnoderaTearer
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** The Davies-era TARDIS console room was destroyed in-canon in the cliff-hanger between "The End of Time" and "The Eleventh Hour", when it's set on fire by the Tenth Doctor's regenerative energy and then further damaged by the subsequent TARDIS crash. The stunningly beautiful replacement interior makes it even more worthwhile. The 'Coral' console room set was not genuinely destroyed, however, but left assembled and intact so it could be used in a CallBack appearance in "The Doctor's Wife" as an archived version of the main console room. ''Then'' it was dismantled (And then rebuilt at The Doctor Who Experience in London, then moved to Cardiff. It's got various replica console rooms, but that one's the real thing.) And ''then'' they had to use it ''again'' for "The Day of the Doctor". But, at least they knew where to find it - and actually filmed at the Experience.
** Averted with the changes to the Eleventh Doctor's second console room set and then the Twelfth Doctor's console room, which aren't given any explanation within the story beyond the Doctor fancying a change.
*** This was down in RL due to the show moving from the Upper Boat studios to Roath Lock - it was easier to build a new set at the latter.
* ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'' just blew its set to smithereens in the five-part "Children Of Earth" miniseries, with Jack in the middle, so that the studio could be used to accommodate the Eleventh Doctor's first console room.

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** The Davies-era TARDIS console room was destroyed in-canon in the cliff-hanger between "The End of Time" and "The Eleventh Hour", when it's set on fire by the Tenth Doctor's regenerative energy and then further damaged by the subsequent TARDIS crash. The stunningly beautiful replacement interior makes it even more worthwhile. The 'Coral' console room set was not genuinely destroyed, however, but left assembled and intact so it could be used in a CallBack appearance in "The Doctor's Wife" as an archived version of the main console room. ''Then'' it was dismantled (And dismantled. And then rebuilt at The the Doctor Who Experience in London, then moved to Cardiff. It's got (The Experience had various replica console rooms, but that one's one was the real thing.) And ''then'' they had to use it ''again'' for "The Day of the Doctor". But, at least they knew where to find it - and actually filmed at the Experience.
** Averted with the changes to the Eleventh Doctor's second console room set and then the Twelfth Doctor's console room, which aren't given any explanation within the story beyond the Doctor fancying a change.
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change. In real life, this change was down in RL due to the show moving from the Upper Boat studios to Roath Lock - it was easier to build a new set at the latter.
* ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'' just blew its set to smithereens in the five-part "Children Of Earth" miniseries, with Jack in the middle, so that the studio could be used to accommodate the Eleventh Doctor's first console room.
16th Dec '17 9:07:46 PM WaterBlap
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* In ''TheEricAndreShow'', the host lays waste to his talk show's set in the ''opening'' of every episode. After he finishes, the set rebuilds itself in seconds. [[spoiler:[[MindScrew The Season 2 finale is just the opening set-trashing for an entire episode.]]]]

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* In ''TheEricAndreShow'', ''Series/TheEricAndreShow'', the host lays waste to his talk show's set in the ''opening'' of every episode. After he finishes, the set rebuilds itself in seconds. [[spoiler:[[MindScrew The Season 2 finale is just the opening set-trashing for an entire episode.]]]]
11th Dec '17 10:17:07 AM ZimFan89
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** [[spoiler:In the mid-season finale of season 4, the prison is pretty much destroyed thanks to the tank The Governor brings along with him.]]

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** [[spoiler:In In the mid-season finale of season 4, the prison is pretty much destroyed thanks to the tank The Governor brings along with him.]]him.
** The Season 8 mid-season finale sees the Saviors firebombing Alexandria and burning it to the ground.
8th Dec '17 2:33:28 PM marcoasalazarm
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** The GrandFinale had them destroying every single gadget that they had created throughout the show that was still lying around, culminating with giving Buster a VikingFuneral by ''ramming him into a wall with a rocket-propelled sled''.
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