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8th Jan '17 3:43:01 PM nombretomado
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* The Ultimatum Wave, in the ComicBook/UltimateMarvel CrisisCrossover, ''{{Ultimatum}}.'' (Guess what their favorite word is?) It was [[GiantWallOfWateryDoom an actual wave]] and it ended with half the ComicBook/UltimateMarvel cast dead.

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* The Ultimatum Wave, in the ComicBook/UltimateMarvel CrisisCrossover, ''{{Ultimatum}}.''ComicBook/{{Ultimatum}}.'' (Guess what their favorite word is?) It was [[GiantWallOfWateryDoom an actual wave]] and it ended with half the ComicBook/UltimateMarvel cast dead.
8th Jan '17 3:38:09 PM nombretomado
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* The Ultimatum Wave, in the UltimateMarvel CrisisCrossover, ''{{Ultimatum}}.'' (Guess what their favorite word is?) It was [[GiantWallOfWateryDoom an actual wave]] and it ended with half the UltimateMarvel cast dead.

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* The Ultimatum Wave, in the UltimateMarvel ComicBook/UltimateMarvel CrisisCrossover, ''{{Ultimatum}}.'' (Guess what their favorite word is?) It was [[GiantWallOfWateryDoom an actual wave]] and it ended with half the UltimateMarvel ComicBook/UltimateMarvel cast dead.
27th Dec '16 6:52:05 PM GahmahRaan
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--> Bhodi: We have a problem on the horizon. [{{beat}}] There's no horizon.

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--> Bhodi: '''K-2SO:''' We have a problem on the horizon. [{{beat}}] There's There is no horizon.
27th Dec '16 8:48:09 AM livestockgeorge
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* In ''Film/RogueOne'', the Death Star is revealed to have this as a lower setting. Instead of shattering a planet completely, as in ''Film/ANewHope'', it just creates a massive physical upheaval in a localized area. The ground itself literally rises up and travels outward from the blast site like a thousand-foot tsunami. [[spoiler: It's used twice.]]
--> Bhodi: We have a problem with the horizon. ({{beat}}) There's no horizon.

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* In ''Film/RogueOne'', the Death Star is revealed to have this as a lower setting. Instead of shattering a planet completely, as in ''Film/ANewHope'', it just creates a massive physical upheaval in a localized area. The super-heated ground itself literally rises up and travels outward from the blast site like a thousand-foot tsunami. [[spoiler: It's used twice.]]
--> Bhodi: We have a problem with on the horizon. ({{beat}}) [{{beat}}] There's no horizon.
27th Dec '16 8:46:53 AM livestockgeorge
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--> Bhodi: We have a problem with the horizon. [{Beat}] There's no horizon.

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--> Bhodi: We have a problem with the horizon. [{Beat}] ({{beat}}) There's no horizon.
27th Dec '16 8:45:16 AM livestockgeorge
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheCroods'' has [[NoAntagonist no direct antagonist]], so the only danger is the end of the world quakes that are catching up to them.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheCroods'' has [[NoAntagonist no direct antagonist]], so the only danger is the end of the world end-of-the-world quakes that are catching up to them.


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* In ''Film/RogueOne'', the Death Star is revealed to have this as a lower setting. Instead of shattering a planet completely, as in ''Film/ANewHope'', it just creates a massive physical upheaval in a localized area. The ground itself literally rises up and travels outward from the blast site like a thousand-foot tsunami. [[spoiler: It's used twice.]]
--> Bhodi: We have a problem with the horizon. [{Beat}] There's no horizon.
6th Dec '16 11:26:18 PM Tron80
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* In Franchise/TheDCU, the God-Wave created the gods out of a lifeless universe, and [[MetaOrigin its echoes]] created {{superhero}}es and {{supervillain}}s.

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* In Franchise/TheDCU, the God-Wave created the gods ''[[Comicbook/NewGods gods]]'' out of a lifeless universe, and [[MetaOrigin its echoes]] created {{superhero}}es (Franchise/{{Superman}}, Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}, Franchise/WonderWoman, Franchise/TheFlash...) and {{supervillain}}s.{{supervillain}}s (Comicbook/{{Brainiac}}, Cheetah...).
* In ''Comicbook/SupermanVsTheAmazingSpiderMan'', Comicbook/LexLuthor's weaponized satellite created a massive tsunami which threatened with flooding the whole US East Coast.
-->'''Lex:''' The Atlantic Coast will still be smashed beneath a two hundred mile tidal wave!
31st Oct '16 6:02:28 PM TheBigBopper
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[[caption-width-right:300:Pretty sure the insurance company won't cover that, [[BlackComedy they were in the blast radius]].]]

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[[caption-width-right:300:Pretty sure the insurance company won't cover that, that. [[BlackComedy they They were in the blast radius]].]]



* One of these gets unleashed upon the ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'' universe when [[spoiler:Griffith uses the Skull Knight's dimension-warping attack to fuse the planes of existence together]].

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* One of these gets unleashed upon ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'': At the ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'' universe when conclusion of the Millennium Falcon Arc, [[spoiler:Griffith uses the Skull Knight's dimension-warping attack to fuse the planes of existence together]].together]], which is percieved by everyone as a wall of light expanding from the epicenter in all directions and washing over the entire globe so that it's visible from outer space. TheMagicComesBack all over the world, stirring benign and evil magical creatures in equal measure. While nobody is directly harmed by the wave, the world is thrown into chaos and everyone who can begins migrating to the only place that is safe from monsters: [[spoiler:Falconia, Griffith's ShiningCity at the foot of the World Tree]].
30th Oct '16 3:40:11 PM nombretomado
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* The world of the ''HeraldsOfValdemar'' series by Creator/MercedesLackey is defined in large part by an ancient event known as the Cataclysm, which was a [[FantasticNuke humongous magical detonation]] that devastated vast portions of the landscape and left magical ruin behind. It took the form of a sequence of waves radiating around the planet, and was so powerful that it bent time itself, returning three thousand years later.

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* The world of the ''HeraldsOfValdemar'' ''Literature/HeraldsOfValdemar'' series by Creator/MercedesLackey is defined in large part by an ancient event known as the Cataclysm, which was a [[FantasticNuke humongous magical detonation]] that devastated vast portions of the landscape and left magical ruin behind. It took the form of a sequence of waves radiating around the planet, and was so powerful that it bent time itself, returning three thousand years later.
26th Oct '16 1:34:00 PM Moopsball
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* In the backstory of ''VideoGame/TalesOfMajEyal'' the Spellblaze was an attempt to tap into the power of a [[{{Precursors}} Sher'Tul]] relic to power a fire spell that would destroy a horde of orcs. [[GoneHorriblyRight It did destroy the orcs]], along with the allied army fighting them and most of the surrounding area. ''Then'' it propagated through the Sher'Tul PortalNetwork to devastate the rest of the continent. In addition to rearranging geography (raising up mountains, gouging out lakes, and causing the eastern coastlands to crumble into the ocean) it also rearranged Eyal's mana flows, leading to the creation of Chronomancy and Corruption magic.
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