As if this even needs an introduction. As long as there are going to be plots and stories written, there will always exist, albeit newer and dangerous WMD’s. Admittedly, they are half the reasons sci/fi gets so interesting. In science fiction, WMDs can be even more dangerous — they can destroy fleets, worlds and sometimes, universe. Here, in order of least to most destructive, are the ten deadliest fictional WMDs we know of… by which we mean specifically from science fiction books, shows, movies, and video games. Nothing else. Can’t stress that enough.
12) Mega Maid, Spaceballs
Of all of the ways to die, suffocating would be likely one of the most unpleasant and helpless ways to die! But the Spaceballs are assholes, so that is precisely how they decided to kill the entire population of Druidia. To accomplish this, they brought out the secret weapon hidden aboard Spaceball One — its ability to transform into a giant mecha known as Mega Maid. With access to Druidia’s planetary shields and an enormous Hoover, Mega Maid proceeded to suck the atmosphere from the planet, leaving its population behind as air-starved collateral damage. That is until Lonestar and Barf were able to sabotage the Maid, turning her from “suck” to “blow.” In the end, it is the stupidity of the Spaceballs which dooms Mega Maid, as they inadvertently trigger her self-destruct system. Thankfully too, because that is some horrible way to kill!
11) Illudium PU-36 Explosive Space Modulator, Looney Tunes
This unassuming Weapon resembles a stick of dynamite, but when it’s attached to a telescope and detonated, it should be powerful enough to split the Earth in two in an earth-shattering kaboom. Though we haven’t yet see a demonstration of its power, it is safe to assume that if Marvin the Martian wanted to use it for destroying Earth then it must be capable of pulling that off!