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26th Aug '17 1:58:54 PM BURGINABC
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Some RealLife examples include [[BlindedByTheLight flashbangs]], stinger grenades, fireworks (explode into pretty), and the aforementioned smoke grenades. Then there are the infrared-emitting hot-smoke grenades used for targeting IR-sensitive missiles. Or baffling them, it all depends.

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Some RealLife examples include [[BlindedByTheLight flashbangs]], stinger grenades, fireworks (explode into pretty), and the aforementioned smoke grenades. Then there are the infrared-emitting hot-smoke grenades used for targeting IR-sensitive missiles. Or baffling them, it all depends.
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* Infrared-emitting hot-smoke grenades, used to confuse the targeting of heat-seeking missiles.
18th Jul '17 1:35:56 PM Moopsball
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* ''VideoGame/DungeonsOfDredmor'' has a number of bomb weapons accessed through the Alchemy and Tinkering skill paths. Alchemists get Mosolov Cocktails, poison gas flasks, acid flasks, and brimstone flasks. Tinkers mostly get normal black powder bombs and grenades but can also craft [[{{Knockback}} concussion bombs]] and thermite (which leaves a patch of burning ground).
15th Jul '17 3:42:02 PM nombretomado
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* [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Airborne_leaflet_propaganda Airborne Leaflet Propaganda]], often used during WorldWarII.

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* [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Airborne_leaflet_propaganda Airborne Leaflet Propaganda]], often used during WorldWarII.UsefulNotes/WorldWarII.
14th May '17 4:00:03 PM nombretomado
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* ''TransformersWarForCybertron'' has [[HealingShiv grenades that heal]].

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* ''TransformersWarForCybertron'' ''VideoGame/TransformersWarForCybertron'' has [[HealingShiv grenades that heal]].
12th Apr '17 1:20:59 PM KZN02
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Those who ThrowDownTheBomblet may pack some of these in their arsenal. Crompare and Contrast with some {{Booby Trap}}s. See also GrenadeTag.

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Those who ThrowDownTheBomblet may pack some of these in their arsenal. Crompare Compare and Contrast contrast with some {{Booby Trap}}s. See also GrenadeTag.
12th Apr '17 4:30:42 AM Getta
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12th Apr '17 4:29:29 AM Getta
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Compare and Contrast with some {{Booby Trap}}s. See also GrenadeTag.

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Compare Those who ThrowDownTheBomblet may pack some of these in their arsenal. Crompare and Contrast with some {{Booby Trap}}s. See also GrenadeTag.
8th Mar '17 9:46:55 AM nombretomado
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* ''MatthewReilly'': flashers and tear gas grenades are fairly reasonable, but he also uses liquid nitrogen grenades and anti-firearm grenades. That's right, a bomb that takes out firearms by filling the air with sticky confetti that gets into the parts of a gun and stops it firing a second time.

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* ''MatthewReilly'': Creator/MatthewReilly works: flashers and tear gas grenades are fairly reasonable, but he also uses liquid nitrogen grenades and anti-firearm grenades. That's right, a bomb that takes out firearms by filling the air with sticky confetti that gets into the parts of a gun and stops it firing a second time.
17th Feb '17 10:10:40 AM AceOfScarabs
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** Likewise, most fears regarding nuclear terrorism aren't of terrorists acquiring a conventional nuclear device, so much as what is frequently called a "dirty bomb". Conventional explosives wired to a radioactive source, such as the plutonium core of a conventional nuclear explosive. The initial explosion is comparatively small, but the real danger lies in the highly radioactive material that gets spread around, like the fallout of a nuclear weapon without the city-destroying blast. It can affect miles of land and leave it radioactive for decades, depending on the yield. This concept of a 'dirty' bomb has been taken to the natural conclusion of the hypothetical ''Cobalt Bomb'', a nuclear weapon with a cobalt casing that is designed to scatter fragments of irradiated cobalt ''everywhere'' when initiated, deliberately irradiating the entire region where it was set off.

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** Likewise, most fears regarding nuclear terrorism aren't of terrorists acquiring a conventional nuclear device, so much as what is frequently called a "dirty bomb". Conventional explosives wired to a radioactive source, such as the plutonium core of a conventional nuclear explosive. The initial explosion is comparatively small, but the real danger lies in the highly radioactive material that gets spread around, like the fallout of a nuclear weapon without the city-destroying blast. It can affect miles of land and leave it radioactive for decades, depending on the yield. yield.
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This concept of a 'dirty' bomb has been taken to the natural conclusion of the hypothetical ''Cobalt Bomb'', ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cobalt_bomb Cobalt Bomb]]'', a nuclear weapon salted with a cobalt casing that is designed to scatter tiny fragments of irradiated cobalt cobalt-60 ''everywhere'' when initiated, deliberately irradiating the entire region (and, it was feared, ''the rest of the planet'') where it was set off.
18th Jan '17 12:58:03 PM FringeBenefits
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* Faun Reinaka of ''{{Tasakeru}}'' has a "boom belt" ''full'' of these. Some of the more unusual varieties include tar bombs, [[BoundAndGagged ribbon bombs]], [[LieToTheBeholder disguise bombs]], [[BrownNote sonic bombs]], [[{{Hammerspace}} compression bombs]]...

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* Faun Reinaka of ''{{Tasakeru}}'' ''{{Literature/Tasakeru}}'' has a "boom belt" ''full'' of these. Some of the more unusual varieties include tar bombs, [[BoundAndGagged ribbon bombs]], [[LieToTheBeholder disguise bombs]], bombs]],, [[BrownNote sonic bombs]], [[{{Hammerspace}} compression bombs]]...
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