Primitive Melee Edit
Axes are common, and can serve as utilitarian tools. As weapons, they are generally relatively easy to use for the amount of damage they can cause.
Knives are useful tools, that despite their small size can still be effective as deadly bladed weapons. Charlotte used a knife made from scrap metal to kill Wells Jaha. John Murphy has used his knife to threaten his victims. Lexa used a Scottish dirk. During the Final Conclave at Polis, Kane reveals that the Blue Cliff warrior has two Corvo Knives.
The Grounders used swords in close quarters combat and was used by Lexa after all of the grounders cut a traitor to give the final kill.
Machetes are also used by Grounder warriors as weapons.
Primitive Ranged Edit
A spear was thrown by a Woods Clan member into Jasper Jordan's chest. By inspection, the shaft appears to be made of wood while blade appears to be discolored iron or steel. Lexa also used a spear to kill Queen Nia.
Bow and Arrow Edit
Used by Grounders, all bows seen have been short bows made of wood.
Only members of Floukru have been seen using crossbows.
The 100 found some packed for long-term storage in an old military base. While the rifles still function well, much of the ammunition has gone bad. The 100 used M4a1 rifles to ward off Grounders attacking the Delinquents' Camp.
Bellamy was given a semiautomatic pistol by Commander Shumway to kill Chancellor Thelonious Jaha. It ran out of ammunition after Wells Jaha shot the panther in "Pilot". The pistol seems to be an FN Five-SeveN with a tactical light mounted on it.
The bullpup rifle, known as the T97NSR, is a pre-war Chinese assault rifle. it appears to be the main guard weapon used in the Ark. It is seen frequently in Season Two, used by the Camp Jaha guards.
It is unclear how the survivors of the Ark acquired them, but since it is Chinese-made, it is possible it was part of a payload of supplies sent to the Shenzhen before the creation of the Ark.
CAA Tactical Roni Edit
Minigun (unknown model)EditAt the onset of Season Three, the vehicle used by various characters features a clearly visible minigun mounted on the front (to be used by the person in the front passenger seat). The weapon is of unknown origin, but likely originated in the now-vacant Mount Weather, as such a weapon would be illogical to use on a space station. Additionally, Mount Weather is known to have had an arsenal of heavy weaponry, such as guided missiles, so theorizing that the weapon originated there is not unrealistic.
Sniper Rifles Edit
This firearm is known as only used by Mountain Men. They have very good scopes and are suppressed, the first time we see it being used is in Season Two while two Mountain Men soldiers were hunting down Clarke and Lexa in episode Coup de Grâce. At the end of the Season Four finale, Clarke Griffin and Madi also have a sniper rifle, which has the written names of people who's been lost.
Small Explosive / Chemical Edit
An explosive device created by Raven Reyes and used by Guard and the Delinquents. She used rocket fuel (hydrazine) from the crashed exodus ship and gunpowder from bullets in order to make a bomb to blow up a bridge. The device proved powerful enough to destroy the structure as well as anyone nearby. In Blood Must Have Blood (Part 1), a hydrazine bomb was used to weaken Mount Weather's main door.
Raven has been able to make explosive fragmentation grenades from available raw materials.
Knock-Out Gas Cans Edit
The Mountain Men have grenades containing a knock-out gas. Knock-out gas is a strong general anesthetic.
Used by Mountain Men as a form of crowd control.
The last of the loose gunpowder used in the bridge bomb was taken from old bullets, Jasper been able to make more gunpowder using his chemistry knowledge. In We Are Grounders (Part 1), Murphy used gunpowder to blow up a part of the dropship so he could escape from the Delinquents' Camp.
Highly unstable in its nonsolid form. Appears dark pink in color. The Delinquents scavanged some from the crashed exodus ship, then later used a supply under the original dropship.
Large Explosive / Chemical Edit
Acid Fog Edit
- Main article: Acid Fog
Acid Fog or The Veil was a poisonous gas created by the Mountain Men. The Grounders had a warning system where they blew a horn to alert others of the fog. In Bodyguard of Lies, Bellamy Blake destroyed the Acid Fog machine so it is no longer be a threat.
Guided Missile Edit
The Mountain Men had a limited arsenal of guided missiles which home in on laser designators. Such a missile was used to destroy the Trikru village of Tondc and at least one more had been used before Season One.
Nuclear Missile Edit
The Ark was in possession of nuclear missiles and warheads left behind from the Nuclear Apocalypse. One was rode into the Dead Zone by Thelonious Jaha, and A.L.I.E. was later in possession of the same missile in her mansion.
Used on knives/arrows/ spears. The toxin is natural and derived from plant life similar to manchineel tree sap. The antidote comes from the beetles that feed on the river moss.
Red Drug Edit
- Main article: Mountain Men/Cerberus Project
Hemorrhagic Fever Edit
A virus used by the Grounders on the Delinquents to "soften the battlefield" prior to engaging with footmen for hand-to-hand combat. The Grounders infected John Murphy with Viral Hemorrhagic Fever and let him escape their prison camp. Murphy returned to the Delinquents' Camp and infected the Delinquents, causing at least three known deaths.
Ark Guard batonEdit
A shock baton or a stun stick is a short-range melee weapon. As an electrically powered stun baton, it is essentially a high-tech club that can also immobilized targets with a powerful electrical shock.
It was initially used as a non-lethal weapon by the Ark Guard to police the Ark residents. Once the Sky People arrived on earth, under the Exodus Charter, the stun stick was then also used as punishment in the form of shock lashes.