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A Chronosapien Time Bomb is a powerful weapon of mass destruction designed to wipe out timelines and realities throughout the multiverse, similar to how the Annihilargh is capable of wiping out an entire universe in one fell swoop.
The Chronosapien Time Bomb is a cylindrical device with a vague resemblance to a Chronosapien head. It has a black window in the front, two red panels on each side accompanied by a brass knob each.
When activated, six holographic orange dials appear circling the central window.
In And Then There Were None, over 200 years later from Vilgax's point of view, he would activate the Time Bomb in the No Watch Timeline to erase every other version of Ben Tennyson and their timelines from existence.
When a Chronosapien Time Bomb is activated, it will unleash a blast that will entirely wipe out targeted timelines in the multiverse along with anyone or anything from them.
The device is shown to erase the entirety of the multiverse except the timeline/dimension it was activated in. However, Eon states that the weapon wipes out a timeline it is activated in. Whether the device has two functions or Eon was misinformed is unclear.
The Chronosapien Time Bomb leaves a temporal ripple detectable to Chronosapiens, allowing a Chronosapien to completely reverse the Time Bomb's effects by using their time powers to suck the ripple back in.
The Time Bomb does not work retroactively. This means that the past of destroyed dimensions and timelines still exists up until the point of activation and can be travelled to.
- And Then There Were None (first appearance)
Naming and Translations
|Spanish (HA)||Bomba Cronosapiana
Bomba Chronosapien (A New Dawn)
|From cronosapiana, variation of Chronosapien; and bomba, bomb.|
From the original English name but "time" is omitted and Chronosapien is pronounced /krono'sapɪɛn/.
|Spanish (Spain)||Bomba Temporal Chronosapien (And Then There Were None)
Bomba de Tiempo Chronosapien
|From Bomba Temporal Chronosapien, Chronosapien Temporal Bomb (from Chronosapien and bomba, bomb).|
From the original English name.
In both cases, Chronosapien is pronounced /krono'sapɪɛn/