- "Making more things go boom before 9 AM than most people do all day."
- ― Firefly (G.I. Joe: Retaliation)
The ability to possess great skill in creating and using explosives. Variation of Weapon Proficiency and Ranged Weapon Proficiency.
- Bomb Mastery
- Demolition Expertise/Intuition/Proficiency
The user is incredibly skilled in making and/or using various kinds of explosives (bombs, grenades, rockets, etc.) as well as in preventing them from going off.
Depending on what type of bomb, the user can achieve various effects:
- May need to be careful in using explosives.
- It doesn't mean the user can be immune to their own explosives or the explosion they made.
- User might run out of explosives.
The Panda King (Sly Cooper) serves as a Demolitions Expert for the Fiendish Five and the Cooper Gang.
Deidara (Naruto) is very skilled in using Explosive Clay for combat.
Bambietta Basterbine (Bleach) creating explosives out of anything she touches.
Grenadier (Valkyrie Crusade)
Sticker Freak (Valkyrie Crusade) is very skilled at using her explosive stickers.
...can use Splat Bombs, which explode on a timer...
...Burst Bombs, which explode on impact...
...Suction Bombs, which adhere to surfaces...
...Seekers, which hone in on any enemy Inkling they aim at...
...Point Sensors, which reveal enemy Inklings caught in their blast radius on the mini-map...
...Ink mines, which are proximity mines submerged in ink...
...Disruptors, which hinder the abilities of all enemy Inklings caught in their blast radius...
...the Inkstrike, a powerful, remotely guided ink torpedo...
...and the Bomb Rush, which allows Inklings to throw a barrage of bombs, all of which resemble explosives, with proficiency.
Agent 3 (Splatoon) can use Splat Bombs, Burst Bombs, Seekers, and the Bomb Rush with proficiency.
Octolings (Splatoon) can use the Octarian equivalent of Splat Bombs with proficiency.
DJ Octavio (Splatoon) can use octorpedoes...
...and octomissiles, all of which resemble explosives, with proficiency.
Junkrat (Overwatch) is very skilled in the use of explosives...
...with a variety of uses for each of them.