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{{quote text|Releases a gas that will poison Zeds, but will also heal people. Stand in the blue gas cloud to be healed. To quote one of our scientists: 'The agent released from these grenades will revivify Homo Sapiens, while euthanizing Homo Zedicus.' We hope that helps.|<!-- possibly unused -->Item description}}
 
{{quote text|Releases a gas that will poison Zeds, but will also heal people. Stand in the blue gas cloud to be healed. To quote one of our scientists: 'The agent released from these grenades will revivify Homo Sapiens, while euthanizing Homo Zedicus.' We hope that helps.|<!-- possibly unused -->Item description}}
 
The '''medic grenade''' is the variant used by the field medic; the effect creates a blue glowing mist that heals players and causes a mildly persistent poison to specimens.
 
The '''medic grenade''' is the variant used by the field medic; the effect creates a blue glowing mist that heals players and causes a mildly persistent poison to specimens.
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== Molotov cocktail ==
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{{quote text|Very simply, a flame grenade that will burn Zeds. Be aware that it can also hurt you! Named, insultingly, by the Finns during the 1929-40 Winter War, after Vyacheslav Mikhailovich Molotov, the Soviet Foreign Minister under Stalin... Sorry, did you not want a history lesson?|Unused item description}}
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The '''molotov cocktail''' doesn't currently exist in the game, but is referenced in the game files. It is likely to be the grenade alternative that the [[firebug (Killing Floor 2)|firebug]] uses.
  
 
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For the original Killing Floor grenade see grenade.

Grenades in Killing Floor 2 are off-hand thrown projectile weapons that are different based on which perk a player has selected. Currently four variations are available to the players: EMP grenades, HE grenades, frag grenades, and medic grenades, for berserker, commando, support, and field medic respectively.

EMP grenade

UI WeaponSelect EMPGrenade black.png

Generates an electric pulse that will both damage Zeds and may also stun them for a brief time. If you want more detail - on detonation, it generates a nanosecond electro-magnetic pulse that will disrupt electrical systems within a short range. Particularly those within the Zeds. Handy, that. —Item description 

The EMP grenade is the berserker variant; it deals minor area damage, and stuns specimens in the area.

HE grenade

UI WeaponSelect MK3 Grenade black.png

A very simple high-explosive grenade. Hurts Zeds and humans alike. It really doesn't get any simpler. HE - High Explosive - it goes BOOM and blows things up. Do we really have to explain it to you? —Item description 

The HE grenade is the commando variant.

Frag grenade

UI WeaponSelect Grenade black.png

The classic frag grenade: throws nasty little bits of metal around, hurting everything. I am quite sure you all played enough video games before the Outbreak, so you know perfectly well what a frag grenade is. And stop pretending that you didn't. No-one in here is going to believe you. —Item description 

The frag grenade is the support variant.

Medic grenade

UI WeaponSelect MedicGrenade black.png

Releases a gas that will poison Zeds, but will also heal people. Stand in the blue gas cloud to be healed. To quote one of our scientists: 'The agent released from these grenades will revivify Homo Sapiens, while euthanizing Homo Zedicus.' We hope that helps. —Item description 

The medic grenade is the variant used by the field medic; the effect creates a blue glowing mist that heals players and causes a mildly persistent poison to specimens.

Molotov cocktail

Very simply, a flame grenade that will burn Zeds. Be aware that it can also hurt you! Named, insultingly, by the Finns during the 1929-40 Winter War, after Vyacheslav Mikhailovich Molotov, the Soviet Foreign Minister under Stalin... Sorry, did you not want a history lesson? —Unused item description 

The molotov cocktail doesn't currently exist in the game, but is referenced in the game files. It is likely to be the grenade alternative that the firebug uses.