List of Weapons
"A vast array of potent weaponry puts death-dealing power in the palm of your hands. Whether you prefer good old fashioned firearms or multi-dimensional mayhem, you'll carve yourself a niche with this amazing arsenal.
--Blood II: The Chosen Website
- 1 Melee Weapons
- 2 Firearms
- 3 Explosives
- 4 Magical Weapons
- 5 Other Weapons
- 6 Removed Weapons
- 7 Fan-created Weapons
- 8 External Links
A rusty farming tool that the player starts with in Blood. Useful for stabbing.
A stiletto knife that the player starts with in Blood II. Useful for slashing.
A small gun that the player starts with in Blood II.
A machine gun capable that does little damage, but has a high rate of fire. Used in Blood.
A gun with automatic fire and low accuracy. Used in Blood II.
A gun with automatic fire, high accuracy. Can fire grenades as well. Used in Blood II.
A high-powered rifle useful for taking out targets at long range. Used in Blood II.
A high-powered automatic machine gun that consumes ammo, but has a ridiculously high rate of fire. Used in Blood II.
A shotgun with a single-barrel and smaller spread. Used in The Nightmare Levels.
A spray can combined with a lighter to make a flame thrower. Used in Blood.
A heavy artillery weapon that fires exploding shells. Used in Blood II.
A bundle of dynamite that is used like a grenade. Used in Blood.
A bundle of dynamite with a motion sensor attached that explodes when someone comes close. Used in Blood.
A bundle of dynamite that can be set and exploded remotely. Used in Blood.
A plastique bomb that goes off after a few seconds. Used in Blood II.
A plastique bomb with a motion sensor attached that explodes when someone comes close. Used in Blood II.
A plastique bomb that can be set and exploded remotely. Used in Blood II.
A levitating orb that seeks out an enemy and bores into its head. Used in Blood II.
A hook attached to a chain that creates small portals with chains that attach to the victim. Used in The Nightmare Levels.
A laser gun whose beam bounces off walls. Used in Blood II.
A weapon that creates a large vortex that draws in and damages any nearby victims. Used in Blood II.
A bug spray canister that fires a stream of acidic fluid, and can be used as a flame thrower. Used in and Blood II.
Blood II was originally supposed to feature around thirty different weapons; weapons cuts were announced starting in July 1998.
This weapon was announced on the Blood II website, but not included in the final game. It was likely removed or replaced because of the Orb.
T34 "Irradiator" Microwave Gun
This weapon was announced on the Blood II website, but not included in the final game
The Spear Gun was a cancelled weapon that was originally supposed to make its appearance in Blood, but never made its way into the final release. A Spear Gun concept art did find its way to the Blood website however, and a version of it is in the Blood Alpha using a sprite later used for the Tesla Cannon.
The only weapon unique to a fan game, it is exactly the same as the Doom chainsaw from which it was copied. It has only one attack mode, where the player dips it down and turns it on to over drive, where the player can run at an enemy and tear it to shreds. It runs on a low mode while walking, creating a low electrical hum. If you use the FreeDoom IWAD it becomes a circular saw.
Appears in: Blood TC