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[[Image:|200px|center|Devastation (New Earth)]]
Real Name




4' 2"

88 lbs (40 kg)



Unusual Features

Marital Status


Place of Birth


First appearance

Wonder Woman Vol 2 #143



The mythological titan Cronus swallowed almost all of his children, including previously unknown gods named Titan, Oblivion, Disdain, Arch, Slaughter, and Harrier. He did this out of fear that his children would one day rise up against him and dethrone him. Centuries after Zeus successfully accomplished this feat, Cronus released the remaining children who did not escape his bowels. These unknown gods became his new pantheon, which he used to destroy various gods on his new ascension to power. One obstacle Cronus came to know was the champion of Olympus: Wonder Woman. In order to defeat the Amazon, Cronus devised a plan to create a dark mirror image of Wonder Woman whom he could call as a champion of his own.

Similar to Diana, Cronus formed the image of a child out of Themyscirian clay. He breathed life into it and called her Deva. He then had his dark children each bless the new creation with evil gifts. Thus Devastation possessed each of Wonder Woman's abilities, but with a dark twist to them.

During her initial battle with Wonder Woman, Deva discovered that Diana would be an extremely formiddable opponent as they seemed evenly matched. Instead Devastation decided to focus her attention on Diana's newest protege Cassie Sandsmark. Entering her mind, Deva convinced Cassie that Diana was actually Devastation. Diana watched in horror as her close friend attacked her repeatedly as Devastation watched happily from the sidelines. Eventually her illusion was revealed and Devastation was given information that proved to be a potentially brutal blow to her. Diana had used the time traveling powers of Themyscira to travel back to just before Deva's creation and placed several drops of her own blood on the clay that would be used to create Devastation. Thus Deva and Diana share the same genetic make-up which includes partial DNA. Diana explains to Deva that this means she has just as much chance to live her life positively as Diana has. That whatever choice Devastation makes in life is solely up to her. Devastation then left the battle repulsed by Diana's revelation.

Wishing further revenge against both Diana and Cassandra, Deva later gave some of her blood to Doctor Poison to create biological monsters to battle Diana [1] and also formed a temporary team of youthful villains to battle Cassie and her team of friends Young Justice.

Powers and Abilities



Harrier gave the gift of speed and flight

Disdain gave the gift of beauty and the ability to control emotions

Titan gave strength and the gift to create earthquakes

Slaughter gave the precision of the killer and the knowledge of the way to immediately kill any living thing

Arch gave the gift of a cunning strategist's mind that flows like quicksilver

Oblivion gave the gift to enter one's memory and shape it to her will

Deva was able to use the powers of the Lasso of Truth against Diana, trying to discover any weaknesses she may have. Devastation also has the original ability to revert her appearance from that of a child to a grown adult woman.


Master combatant.

Strength level

500 ton level.


None known.








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Class Warlock Warlock Spell Icon HO Wheel Icon
Level 50
Category (Target) DOT (Encounter)
Mastery Disruption
 Casting Time  4 seconds
 Recast time  45 seconds
 Cost  327 power 
 Duration  6 seconds
 Range  35 meters
 Effect Radius  10 meters      Max Targets: 5
Warlock: Devastation Spell Line
Level Spell Name
50 Devastation
70 Apocalypse
80 Armageddon
Deals massive poison damage over time to as many as 5 enemies.

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Resistability 3% Easier 6% Harder 9% Harder 15% Harder 21% Harder 24% Harder

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Production information

Subjugator-class heavy cruiser[2]

Technical specifications

>7,892 meters[4]

Engine unit(s)

Equipped with 16 engines[3]

Hyperdrive system


Sensor systems

Sensor array[1]


Rise of the Empire era[1]

Earliest sighting

22 BBY[5]


22 BBY[5]


Confederacy of Independent Systems[5]

"This weapon has turned out to be far more powerful than we had first imagined."
Count Dooku

The Devastation was a CIS Subjugator-class heavy cruiser and the sistership of the Malevolence.[6][2]



The vessel was quite different from the Malevolence, having a large cannon situated at the bow, with three protruding "claw"-like structures surrounding it. A hangar bay was located in what was otherwise an ion cannon projector on the other ship.[5]


The sister ship of the dreaded Malevolence and the second of their class to be built,[7] the vessel was involved in a conflict that concerned Dathomiri Nightsisters during the Clone Wars. It housed two gigantic Ion cannons powered by force crystals which were strong enough to destroy worlds. The vessel, before operational, hunted down the Republic vessel Sedawan and stormed the ship, plundering its cargo of lightsaber crystals.[5]

It's original first target was Dathomir, but the Nightsister Sai Sircu betrayed the Confederacy and charted a new course for Coruscant. However, the monstrous ship was destroyed by the combined efforts of a Jedi strike team including Mace Windu, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker, Plo Koon, Ahsoka Tano and Kit Fisto.[5]


  • Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Jedi Alliance


Notes and references

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 The Clone Wars: The Visual Guide
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 The Clone Wars Campaign Guide
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 Rising Malevolence
  4. Shadow of Malevolence
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7 Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Jedi Alliance
  6. Fun Facts about Star Wars The Clone Wars: Jedi Alliance on
  7. Star Wars: The Clone Wars: The Official Episode Guide: Season 1

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Star Wars Fanon

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Devastation was an Olympus-class Star Destroyer at the time of Darth Sinity's regime. It was known to be involved in the Battle of Chandrila, and the Battle of Corulag.

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The Transformers: Devastation is a 6-issue comic-book mini-series published by IDW Publishing in 2007/2008, and set in the main IDW continuity. It directly follows The Transformers: Escalation, and ramps up the action even further for the Generation One Transformers. As the Autobots discover that the humans are aware of the location of their base, Megatron summons Sixshot to Earth to hasten its... well, devastation!

It is issues #17-22 in the IDW overarching "sub-numbering" (shown by a number in an Autobot-sigil shaped shield beside the bar code on each issue).

Devastation issues:

Preceded by: Escalation
Followed by: Revelation



After discovering that their position has been compromised, the Autobots plan to move the Ark-19 to the Gulf of Mexico. Unfortunately they are intercepted by Sixshot, who has been ordered by Megatron to terminate the Autobots. Sixshot disables the Ark-19 and the Autobots are forced to make a crash landing into the closest shoreline, ejecting an escape pod containing Ratchet, Verity and Jimmy. The ship's data is sent to the Ark-32 before it self-destructs in the ocean. Sixshot is convinced that the Autobots are destroyed and tracks Ratchet to finish his task. After chasing him around a bit to the ocean's edge, he's about to deliver the final blow when the other Autobots emerge and give him battle. Nightbeat manages to bounce the Autobots back to the Ark-32 before they are destroyed by an air attack. Sixshot leaves to deal with trouble at Decepticon headquarters.

Meanwhile, the other Decepticons are upset that Megatron has ruined their efforts at infiltration by bringing in Sixshot, so Astrotrain and Blitzwing awaken Starscream, who is being repaired in a CR chamber after being blasted by Megatron in Infiltration. Starscream awakens as the Reapers attack and rejoins the Decepticon cause, though he still has his own agenda. When the Reapers try to recruit Sixshot as before, he refuses until his rival Starscream taunts him. As he moves to attack, Starscream utters Sixshot's shutdown code, causing him to crash.

Prior to the attack on the Ark-19, Hot Rod and Wheeljack embarked on a mission to rescue Ironhide, who was seriously injured in an explosion. Escalation issue 6 En route, they are forced to deal with a gang of Sunstreaker clones whom they discover are actually Headmasters, controlled by the Machination. At the Machination's headquarters, Hunter, a Headmaster himself, sneaks around and discovers the real Sunstreaker's detached head. Although initially wishing to die, Sunstreaker agrees to help Hunter fully become a Headmaster so he can help the Autobots. They complete the process just in time to avoid destruction by the Machination's leader Scorponok, now a Headmaster himself with the help of Mister Dante. Hunter/Sunstreaker escape the facility.

Two sinister external forces have their eyes on Earth. The Reapers have been observing since their encounter with Sixshot and determine that Earth must be destroyed. They start with Decepticon headquarters. Observing this from the Dead Universe is Nemesis Prime (the former Nova Prime) and Jhiaxus who have plans for Earth and send Galvatron to bring things under control. He does by making the lead Reaper destroy his brethren, thinning out the lot until the Decepticons get the edge to finish the job. The Battlechargers are casualties, and the Decepticons now have to deal with the human military.

Meanwhile, Skywatch has reprogrammed Ravage and Laserbeak with plans to use them to track down the other Transformers. Their efforts are hampered by Soundwave, who recently came back online. They plan to activate Grimlock instead.

Upon urging from Sideswipe, Optimus Prime agrees to let Hound's unit travel to Earth and assigns Jetfire to supervise the decommissioning of Bludgeon's base. Later however, an incident on Garrus-9 Spotlight: Arcee requires Prime's team to evacuate the Earth and also divert Hound's team to deal with the crisis.

Creative team

The creative team from Infiltration and Escalation (writer Simon Furman and penciller E. J. Su) reunited for the bulk of Devastation. However Su's paternity leave meant he was unable to pencil the entire arc. Nick Roche took over for issue 3, with Robby Musso working on issue 4. Su returned for issues 5 and 6.


  • Devastation TPB (May 14, 2008) ISBN 1600101682)
Bonus material includes each cover in the series and an interview with Simon Furman. Also, the TPB corrects many errant speech bubbles and coloring errors. It wields the number #4 on its side.

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City of Heroes

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From City of Heroes Wiki

Devastation is a Ranged Damage enhancement set in the Invention System. It is available in the 30-50 level range.

There are six enhancements in this set:

  • Devastation: Accuracy/Damage,
  • Devastation: Damage/Endurance,
  • Devastation: Damage/Recharge,
  • Devastation: Accuracy/Damage/Recharge,
  • Devastation: Accuracy/Damage/Endurance/Recharge, and
  • Devastation: Chance for Hold Procedure (Proc).

Only one of each of these types of enhancements may be slotted per power.

The following set bonuses apply when slotting more than one of the enhancements in this set into a single power:

  • Two enhancements improves your Regeneration by 12%.
  • Three enhancements increases maximum Health by 2.25%.
  • Four enhancements improves the Damage of all your powers by 3%.
  • Five enhancements reduces the duration of Hold effects on you by 3.3%.
  • Six enhancements increases Psionic Defense by 3.75%.

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