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The Molotov Cocktail, also known as the petrol bomb, gasoline bomb, or Molotov bomb, or simply Molotov, is a generic name used for a variety of improvised incendiary weapons. They are frequently used by rioters due to the relative ease of production.

The bombs were derisively named after the then Foreign Minister of the Soviet Union, Vyacheslav Molotov, by the Finns during the Winter War.

Mechanism

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In its simplest form, a Molotov cocktail is a glass bottle containing petrol fuel usually with a source of ignition such as a burning cloth wick held in place by the bottle's stopper. The wick is usually soaked in alcohol or paraffin, rather than petrol.

In action the fuse is lit and the bottle hurled at a target such as a vehicle or fortification. When the bottle smashes on impact, the ensuing cloud of petrol droplets and vapor are ignited, causing an immediate fireball followed by a raging fire as the remainder of the fuel is consumed.

Other flammable liquids such as wood alcohol and turpentine have been used in place of petrol. Thickening agents such as tar, strips of tire tubing, sugar, animal blood, XPS foam, egg whites, motor oil, rubber cement, and dish soap have been added to help the burning liquid adhere to the target and create clouds of thick choking smoke.

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Up to date as of February 09, 2010

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CJ about to throw a GTA San Andreas molotov
A molotov cocktail about to be thrown in GTA IV (made using a Cherenkov Vodka bottle).

The Molotov Cocktail is an incendiary weapon, used to set a small area on fire. It is based on the real-life "home-made" molotov cocktail, which is prepared by inserting a rag into a partially filled liquor bottle, allowing the rag to "wick up" the flammable alcohol or other volatile liquid within. This causes the soaked rag to become flammable itself, allowing it to be lit on fire. Because the fumes from the flammable liquid (which are actually what catches fire, not the liquid itself) are contained within the bottle, full ignition does not occur until the glass container is ruptured, allowing the fumes to escape. This normally happens upon impact of the molotov against a hard surface, after being thrown. It can set a group of pedestrians on fire or light a car's engine on fire, causing it to explode. Victims on foot will catch fire and die if close enough to the flames. Use of the molotov will normally result in at least a 1-star wanted level. It proves to be one of the most deadly weapons for the player when used at close range. It is one of only two weapons which can destroy a tank, the other being a Flamethrower. In Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories the molotov is more effective and can destroy a vehicle rapidly fast after one cocktail being thrown at the vehicle. (Providing the vehicle is in the inner circle of the blast.)

In Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars, the player can use the touch screen to throw Moltov Cocktails at a distance in any direction. Huang Lee can go to petrol stations marked in the radar to fill up bottles of gasoline to use as Molotov Cocktails. A minigame is associated to this with the player using the touch screen to aim the gas nozzle to the bottle and shoving a cloth into the bottle.

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GTA III

GTA Vice City

GTA San Andreas

GTA Liberty City Stories

  • Red Light District, Portland Island - In the ruins off the Dolls House after the mission Blow Up 'Dolls'.
  • Belleville Park, Staunton Island - Down the set of stairs leading to the toilet block.
  • Belleville Park, Staunton Island - Behind the fire station, after beating the side mission Karmageddon.

GTA Vice City Stories

GTA IV

Molotov Cocktails can be purchased at the back-alley gun shops for $500. They can also be purchased from Little Jacob for $350. Being hit by one on multiplayer is not a death sentence, because you can pause and will not take fire damage while the flames begin to extinguish. However, you can still be killed, stabbed, shot, or otherwise hurt. They can be used from cars, but it is diffucult to do so as the Molotov would have to hit the target directly. A couple Molotovs will flame up a car also, while four will set it ablaze, and six will completely destroy it or render it inoperable.

Broker

  • Firefly Island - Can be found in the rest area near the Memory Lanes bowling alley.
  • Firefly Projects - Can be found on the west side of the projects off Cokanuk Ave.
  • BOABO - Can be found in an underground dock on the water's edge off Chicory St. This pickup is relatively difficult to obtain due to its location.

Bohan

Charge Island

  • East Borough Bridge - Can be found on top of the steel superstructure before the Bohan off-ramp.

Algonquin

  • Northwood - Can be found in a loading dock near the water's edge off Ivy Drive North.
  • Westminster - Can be found on the catwalk overlooking the helipad on the water. This helipad is where Niko steals the helicopter during the mission Dust Off.

Alderney

  • Acter - Can be found in a grassy area next to a tree behind some houses north of Moog St.

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