The juggernaut continues to roll on for Essendon's VFLW side, which still remains unbeaten after nine rounds following a 73-point drubbing of Collingwood at the NEC Hangar on Saturday.
The Bombers were tested in the first half and trailed the visitors at stages, but piled on nine goals to one in the second half to power to a 14.10 (94) to 3.3 (21) victory.
Federica Frew did the most damage on the scoreboard with a game-high four majors, while Renee Tierney was an attacking force with three goals from her 18 touches.
Mia-Rae Clifford, Grace Dicker and Cecilia McIntosh (all two apiece) were Essendon's other multiple goalkickers.
The Bombers' domination of possession only strengthened as the match wore on, more than doubling the Magpies for disposals (285-137) and inside 50s (45-17).
They had 11 of the 12 highest possession-getters on the ground, with co-captain Georgia Nanscawen racking up game-highs in disposals (26), tackles (10) and clearances (eight).
Rookie relevation Amelia Radford, who entered the round in second position in the VFLW Coaches Player of the Year, was another consistent performer with 19 disposals, five marks and four clearances.
The Bombers were bolstered by the return of Alana Barba, following the young midfielder's AFLW stint with the Gold Coast Suns after her third-placed finish in Essendon's best and fairest last season.
The win sees the Bombers stay in second position behind Casey with the highest percentage (428.83) and points scored (699) ahead of the final four rounds.
ESSENDON 2.0 5.2 8.8 14.10 (94)
COLLINGWOOD 1.2 2.2 2.2 3.3 (21)
Goals: Frew 4, Tierney 3, Rae-Clifford 2, Dicker 2, McIntosh 2, Elarmaly
Disposals: Nanscawen 26, Zanchetta 20, Radford 19, Doonan 18, Tierney 18, Ugle 18