5527 global catastrophe
Global catastrophe aftershocks

The aftershocks from the Global Catastrophe
Date November 17, 5527
Time 1655 UTC
Duration 12 years, 3 months, 12 days, 14 hours, 17 minutes, 58 seconds
Magnitude 13 (Richter magnitude scale)
Depth over 6500 km
Epicenter The Earth's core
Type Global megathrust
Areas affected Globally
Total damages Unknown, possibly in the quintillions
Maximum intensity XII - Total destruction
Foreshocks 197,000
Aftershocks Unknown
Total casualties 90% of life on Earth

The 5527 global catastrophe was a planetary collision events that occurred in November of that year. It wiped out 90% of the worlds population, and caused all of the volcanoes to erupt with intensities of VEI 9. A 15 km high ultra-tsunami was also triggered, rendering the planet as barely habitable. 29 billion of the 29 billion people living on the planet at the time were killed, just going to prove how bad the event really was. Aftershocks continued for millennia, with 90% of these being above magnitude 4 on the Richter scale.