Nitrogen Tri-iodide

  This is a highly unstable explosive made from household cleaners. It is extremely powerful but is easily detonated by even minor shocks.  However, this explosive is safe when wet. It cannot be tamped.

Blast Radius: 3 m
Damage: 5d6
 

  Nitro-glycerine

  Nitro-Glycerine is a liquid explosive transported in secure containers.  Like Nitrogen Tri-iodide, it is quite unstable and easily set off by heavy vibrations. It can also be detonated by heat or electricity. It cannot be tamped.

Blast Radius: 4 m
Damage: 4d6 + 2
 

  Guncotton

  Guncotton is an easily produced, stable explosive. It is quite un-reactive to vibration (20% chance of exploding) and only slightly reactive to heat (60% chance of exploding). It main detonation is via fuse wire. It can be tamped.

Blast Radius: 3 m
Damage: 3d6
 

  TNT

  TNT is an extremely stable explosive and will never explode if mistreated. TNT is typically found in 1 kg sticks, though its raw form can be tamped.

Blast Radius: 5 m
Damage: 5d6
 

  Plastique/C4

  You can mould, throw, burn, stamp on or even eat C4 and it will never explode. It is only reactive to electric fuses though strong radio waves, EMP pulses and even static electricity can also detonate it (10%) chance if exposed to indirect electricity). It can be tamped.

Blast Radius: 10 m
Damage: 5d6 + 5
 

  C6

  C6 is a military grade explosive. It is a safe form of C4 and does not react to indirect electrical signals. It can only be detonated via an electric fuse and it can be tamped.

Blast Radius: 5 m
Damage: 7d6
 

  DetCord

  DetCord is a manufactured thin strip of plastique. Small slices of it can be cut of the 1metre length (weighing 1 kg in total) and laid across objects to create an extremely localised explosion. If wrapped around an object in does double damage. It cannot be tamped.

Blast Radius: 1 m
Damage: 3d6 +3
 

  Thermite

  Thermite is a localized explosive that is generally used to cut through metal. After the initial explosion, the thermite continues to burn for up to 5 phases/1 round. It burns at a rate of 1 cm a second, meaning it can burn through 60 cms of metal in a minute.

Blast Radius: 20 cm
Damage: 5d6
 

  White Phosphorus

  While not technically an explosive, White Phosphorus burns violently when detonated, creating an immediate bright flash that can blind and producing large amounts of thick toxic smoke and tremendous amounts of heat in the blast radius.

Blast Radius: 50 cm
Damage: 5d6