Lake Toba was a volcanic caldera lake located in Sumatra, Indonesia. It is also known as the Toba Supervolcano. It is famous of its eruption 75,000 years ago.


During the 2012 apocalypse, Lake Toba caused a Super Eruption, destroying Sumatra, killing millions of people, and generated a destructive ash cloud across Indonesia, rendering it uninhabitable. The Toba supervolcano became inactive and was swept away by a tsunami of 1500 meters in the Worldwide Flooding.

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