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An Wimprovised explosive device (IED) is usually a crudely homemade explosive device designed to be planted in roadside ambushes or used as explosive devices. Depending on the design, IEDs may be detonated remotely using a modified cell phone.

Insurgency[]

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Penetration radius240

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Ammunition

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The IED is an explosive featured in Insurgency.


Insurgency: Sandstorm[]

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Ammunition

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3 (HC)

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"Remotely detonated Improvised explosive device. Throw with or plant on a surface with [key], and detonate with [key]."
— In-game description

The IED is an explosive featured in Insurgency: Sandstorm.


Trivia[]

  • The cell phone detonator's brand is called "Fawkya", most likely a parody of the Finnish Nokia cell phone brand.
    • The name is also possibly meant as a humorous easter egg, as it bears similarity with the phrase, "fuck you".

References

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