|This article is about the bombs in the first game. For bombs in The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings, see The Witcher 2 bombs. For bombs in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, see The Witcher 3 bombs.|
Bombs are made in advance to be used later in combat. They work best if used in the quickslots. Below is a list of bombs in alphabetical order, including alphabetized lists of ingredients. To make bombs, you also need "black powder" and bomb-making ingredients.
- Formulae with 3 or 4 ingredients require a high quality base, and
- Formulae with 5 ingredients require a top quality base.
- Bomb creation requires the Bomb Preparation skill.
- All bombs explode upon use.
- Bomb effects do stack.
The act of making a bomb is identical to making a potion or an oil. It is done during meditation, via the alchemy panel.
|Devil's Puffball||Sprays a cloud of poison, affecting nearby enemies; those resistant to poison might not be harmed.|
|Dragon's Dream||Releases a cloud of flammable gas which causes a destructive explosion when ignited.|
|King and Queen||Evokes fear in the hearts of opponents.|
|Samum||Stuns any creatures within range, provided they are not immune to this effect.|
|Zerrikanian Sun||Releases a flash of light, blinding all nearby opponents.|
|unknown bomb||unknown||This bomb may not actually appear in the game, but possibly it can be made through experimentation. Its effect is unknown.|
|failed bomb||unknown||This appears to be a failed bomb, i.e. one made with an invalid combination of ingredients.|