Detonite

converted by Patrick Stutzman

Detonite cubes are fist-sized putty-like explosives. Detonite is the most common high explosive on the market and is used for most jobs requiring explosives, ranging from civil engineering to military demolitions.

Modern detonite is a fairly stable substance and will usually explode only when charged with electricity, high doses of radiation or extremely energetic kinetic impact. Old detonite destabilizes after a shelf life of about 10 years and can explode much more easily. Very small amounts of detonite are occasionally used for pyrotechnic displays or precise explosions. These tiny charges are sometimes referred to as micronite.

Detonite can be found in cube form or as a 5-meter roll of adhesive tape with the equivalent of 3 charges of detonite and an electronic detonator affixed to it. The tape doubles as a circuit to deliver the detonator's electrical charge to the detonite.

Cost: 500 per cube (10 charges)/1,500 per roll
Availability: Uncommon
Damage: 1d8 per charge
Critical: 20
Range Increment: 4 meters (4 meters)
Weight: 1.0 kg
Stun Damage/Fort DC: n/a
Type: Energy
Size: Tiny
Group: Simple