The question is self-explanatory. In my novel, there is an evil sea goddess that wants to destroy the world. I want to emphasize that she wants to destroy the world completely, in a way no plant, animal, human being or bacteria could survive. She has water magic, what means she can control all water that already exists, but not create water out of nowhere.
I suppose she could just create lots of tsunamis or waterspouts, but that would not solve the problem completely. Some people could still survive if they were lucky. I was thinking that she could levitate an absurd amount of water(like, all the oceans) until the stratosphere an then drop everything, like a liquid meteor or something. But I don’t know if that would work.
I’m trying to avoid solutions like “dry all the water from the planet” or “poison everything and let them die of thirst”. I’m looking for something that would kill everyone in the planet in a matter of seconds, like a giant atomic bomb or something. But... with water.
- Since my character is a goddess, she can manipulate as much water she wants(including all the water in the ocean, rivers, lakes but not ice or snow)
- She can summon hurricanes, water sprouts and other kinds of aquatic disasters
- She can manipulate water pressure and density
- No living thing can survive the aquatic cataclysm, not even marine animals
- The world has to be completely destroyed in a mater of hours
Answer with total world destruction with least amount of goddess interference wins!