Person Of Mass Destruction:
- Liz Sherman of Hellboy. The harmless-looking girl is the one who as a child lost her temper and destroyed an entire city block and everyone on it (except herself).
- Gulliver becomes this in Lilliput, in which the inhabitants attempt to use him as a superweapon in their war against their bitter rival Blefuscu.
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- Flinx from the Humanx Commonwealth series. He was genetically engineered before birth to give him Psychic Powers, one consequence of which is that he can occasionally erupt in uncontrolled telekinetic detonations that wreak havoc on his surroundings. However, this was not an intentional outcome of his creators' meddling, and at no point does anyone try to steer Flinx into using it as a weapon. Flinx himself, however, does use it offensively at least twice. Counts or not?
- Vanyel Ashkevron from the Heralds of Valdemar series. The most powerful Herald-Mage who ever lived; his magical arsenal is such that he's more or less a walking tactical nuke — he is reputed to wield sufficient power to level an entire city. In service of The Kingdom, he takes on entire armies singlehandedly and comes out victorious. So, he's not born and raised as a weapon either. There's another character from the same series, Lavan Firestorm, who does more or less the same thing with Psychic Powers alone, only in his case it's due to extremely strong Gifts plus mental instability. Do either of these count?
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edited 3rd Jan '13 4:19:21 AM by Rotpar
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