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From EQ2i, the EverQuest II wiki

(to be completely honest, these should contain the exact same list of items, except C:Ammo should have some subcats for 'by tier' and such)

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Up to date as of February 01, 2010
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Overviews per game
Fallout ammunition
Fallout 2 ammunition
Fallout 3 ammunition
Fallout Tactics ammunition
Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel ammunition
Van Buren ammunition

Ammunition is the term used for projectiles fired from guns.


List of all ammunition in the Fallout games

Special and no ammunition required

A few weapons in the Fallout games do not use ammunition in the traditional sense at all. These are:

Clip vs. magazine

Left: 10-round stripper clip. Right: A speedloader device, sometimes incorrectly called a "moon clip".
The 36-round box magazine of the Xuanlong Assault Rifle

Although completely irrelevant to the game, this section explains the terminology distinctions between a clip and a magazine to better help the reader distinguish between these two commonly misused terms.

A clip is a device used to load ammunition into a magazine (most commonly an internal magazine). Such devices include the 8-round "en bloc" clip used by the M1 Garand, and the stripper clips used by the SKS carbine (the 'sister' to the more common AK-47). However, many people confuse this with a magazine, which is a device that feeds ammunition -and- encloses it. These are, for example, the curved magazine of the AK-47, which many people mistakenly call a "banana clip", or the magazine of the M16 rifle. A shortened term for magazine, "mag", is also available. It would be immensely incorrect to refer to anything that does not use clips or magazines as having a "clip size".

In Fallout 3, for example, the Chinese Pistol is loaded from the top by a stripper clip. It has an internal magazine that holds 10 cartridges. The Chinese Assault Rifle uses a 24-round (or 36, in the case of the Xuanlong Assault Rifle) box magazine, the so-called "banana clip" in slang, which is an incorrect term to use.

Energy weapons can be referred to as using cells rather than magazines, as they are a battery of sorts rather than dedicated storing and feeding devices.

Improper use

This error can be easily seen in the G.E.C.K. where you can enter the magazine capacity of a weapon as "Clip rounds". The correct term would be "Magazine capacity" or "Mag capacity". Most likely, the developers just wanted to make it clearer as to what they are talking about as most people are more familiar with the "clip" usage.

In the Operation: Anchorage add-on, one of the Chinese soldiers will yell (with English subtitles) "Empty your clips! No survivors!" upon attack.


It is implied in The Pitt (add-on) that ammo is still being produced in The Pitt (town) and is being used by Raiders and Slavers in the Capital Wasteland and those people are killed and looted thus ammo is spread throughout the wasteland.

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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Ammo, an abbreviation of Ammunition, are projectiles fired by Guns in some Final Fantasy games, or used with Bows in others. Most Ammo tend to have a type of element or status effect associated with them.



Final Fantasy III

Arrows are used in conjunction with Bows, and are used mainly by the Ranger class, though Onion Knights can also equip them.

  • Wooden Arrow
  • Holy Arrow
  • Fire Arrow
  • Ice Arrow
  • Light Arrow
  • Sleep Arrow
  • Poison Arrow
  • Medusa Arrow
  • Magic Arrow
  • Yoichi Arrow

Final Fantasy IV

Arrows are used in conjunction with Bows, and can only be utilized by Paladin Cecil, Rosa, and Palom. In the Nintendo DS version, only Rosa can equip Bows, and therefore Arrows. In all releases but the DS release, attacking with a Bow cost a single Arrow, and if the user ran out of Arrows they would attack bare-handed. In the DS release, equipping Arrows with a Bow provides an infinite supply of them.

  • Iron Arrow
  • Holy Arrow
  • Fire Arrow
  • Ice Arrow
  • Thunder Arrow
  • Dark Arrow
  • Medusa Arrow
  • Poison Arrow
  • Mute Arrow
  • Angel Arrow
  • Artemis's Arrow
  • Yoichi Arrow
  • Perseus Arrow

Final Fantasy VIII

Irvine utilizes Ammo for his Limit Break, Shot. There are several kinds of Ammo, which can be purchased or refined from items.

  • Normal Ammo
  • Shotgun Ammo
  • Dark Ammo
  • Fire Ammo
  • Demolition Ammo
  • Fast Ammo
  • AP (Armor Piercing) Ammo
  • Pulse Ammo

Final Fantasy XI

Ammo is a slot in Final Fantasy XI used primarily for expendable items. Most of these items are ammunition like Arrows, Bolts, Bullets, or throwing weapons; however, there are certain items that go in a player's ammo slot that cannot be thrown and are designed solely to provide bonuses. (IE: Happy Egg, Savage Satchel, etc.)

Final Fantasy XII

Arrows, Bolts, Bombs, and Bullets are all ammunition in this game.


  • Onion Arrows
  • Parallel Arrows
  • Fiery Arrows
  • Bamboo Arrows
  • Lightning Arrows
  • Assassin's Arrows
  • Ice Cloud Arrows
  • Artemis Arrows


  • Onion Bolts
  • Long Bolts
  • Lead Bolts
  • Stone Bolts
  • Black Bolts
  • Time Bolts
  • Sapping Bolts
  • Grand Bolts


  • Onion Shot
  • Aqua Shot
  • Wyrmfire Shot
  • Silent Shot
  • Mud Shot
  • Windslicer Shot
  • Dark Shot
  • Stone Shot


  • Onion Bombs
  • Oil Bombs
  • Poison Bombs
  • Stun Bombs
  • Stink Bombs
  • Chaos Bombs
  • Water Bombs
  • Castellanos

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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010
(Redirected to Ammo (Earth-616) article)

From Marvel Database

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former leader of the Wildboys



Gang leader , criminal , former soldier

First appearance

Daredevil #252
(March, 1988)



Most of Ammo's early history was unrevealed. It was known that he served in Vietnam, and possibly acquired his love of violence there. He surfaced as a leader of a large, viscous street gang in the Hell's Kitchen slums of New York City.

Ammo took advantage of a power failure (caused by the mutant hero team X-Factor fighting the villain Apocalypse) and claimed it as a sign of humanity's collapse. He led his gang (which included the street thugs known as the Wildboys) on a rioting spree, and managed to raid a US armory. Hoping to raid a hospital's drug supply and eventually become a powerful post-apocalyptic leader in New York, he and his gang were stopped by the hero Daredevil and imprisioned.

Ammo was rescued from prison by Daredevil's enemy, Typhoid Mary, who asked for Ammo's assistance in a complex plan to kill Daredevil. Ammor readily agreed and beat Daredevill severly during a series of battles orchestrated by Mary, before leaving Daredevil in Mary's hands.

Presumably, Ammo returned to lead his gang, and remained at large.

Powers and Abilities


  • Ammo is proficient in many street-level weapons, from guns to baseball bats.


Discover and Discuss

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Up to date as of February 04, 2010
(Redirected to Ammunition article)

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

"Stop wasting ammo shooting holes in the wall!"
―Han Solo

Ammunition or munition (aka ammo) was a reserve of bullets, tibanna gas, or a type of projectile that could be shot from a ranged weapon such as a blaster pistol, a slugthrower, or a bowcaster. Soldiers throughout the Galaxy were known to carry spare ammunition. Ammunition was often carried in bandoliers or utility belts.


  • The Cestus Deception
  • Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope
  • Star Wars 4: In Battle with Darth Vader
  • Star Wars 9: Showdown on a Wasteland World
  • Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
  • Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi
  • Star Wars: Battlefront
  • Star Wars: Battlefront II
  • Star Wars Battlefront: Renegade Squadron
  • Star Wars: Dark Forces
  • Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II
  • Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy
  • Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast

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