Fuse Bomb

Exterior of a fuse bomb

Fuse bomb casings were a component that was used in the crafting of bombs by Ottoman Assassins, which, with their metal shell, rebounded off surfaces and detonated after three seconds. Because of this, they could be aimed around corners, by bouncing them off of a wall or other surface.

In terms of bomb-crafting, fuse casings could be used in conjunction with any gunpowder type or ingredient.


  • Because of the fuse casing's ability to make bombs that bounce off of surfaces, a finished bomb of this type could travel the furthest in comparison to the other casings.
  • Unlike the other three casing types, fuse bombs had a decorative golden shell, as opposed to their plain brown shells.