Better known as the grenade, is a small bomb typically thrown by hand.
A variety of hand grenades exist, the most common being explosive grenades designed to detonate after impact or after a set amount of time.
In China, during the Song Dynasty (960–1279AD), weapons known as Zhen Tian Lei (震天雷, "Sky-shaking Thunder") were created when Chinese soldiers packed gunpowder into ceramic or metal containers. In 1044, a military book Wujing Zongyao ("Compilation of Military Classics") described various gunpowder recipes in which one can find, according to Joseph Needham, the prototype of the modern hand grenade. The Chinese also discovered the explosive potential of packing hollowed cannonball shells with gunpowder. The mid-14th-century book, Huolongjing (火龙经, "Fire Dragon Manual"), written by Jiao Yu (焦玉), recorded an earlier Song-era cast iron cannon known as the "flying-cloud thunderclap cannon" (飞云霹雳炮; feiyun pili pao). The manuscript stated that (Needham's modified Wade-Giles spelling):
In Shinobido Edit
Kabuto, the Taraba and Oxcarts can shoot bullets that explode upon impact, even if the bullet itself does not connect anything caught in the explosion will be damaged. Besides this, the Kenobi Ninja use smoke bombs with confusion and weakening effects.