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The Crowbar is a weapon found in Hitman: Absolution and World of Assassination Trilogy as a melee weapon, with the added attribute of a tool in WoA. In the trilogy, it can be used to dislodge doors, crates, exit points, and "accident"-causing equipment.

Description

"A crowbar. Can be used to break locks. Can be thrown or used in close combat to knock an individual unconscious."
― In-game Description


Acquisition


Perks

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Non-Lethal Melee Knocks targets unconscious in close combat.
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Non-Lethal Throw Knocks targets unconscious at range.
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Tool An item serving a specific function.

Description

"A crowbar. Can be used to break locks. Can be thrown or used in close combat to knock an individual unconscious."
― In-game Description


Acquisition


Perks

Icon-Melee.png
Non-Lethal Melee Knocks targets unconscious in close combat.
Icon-Melee.png
Non-Lethal Throw Knocks targets unconscious at range.
Icon-Tool.png
Tool An item serving a specific function.

Description

"A crowbar. Can be used to break locks. Can be thrown or used in close combat to knock an individual unconscious."
― In-game Description


Acquisition


Perks

Icon-Melee.png
Non-Lethal Melee Knocks targets unconscious in close combat.
Icon-Melee.png
Non-Lethal Throw Knocks targets unconscious at range.
Icon-Tool.png
Tool An item serving a specific function.


Variants

Trivia

  • Breaking open a door with the crowbar is a noisy action that will attract the attention of nearby characters.
  • Like some other heavy objects, the crowbar has a secondary use in preventing certain doors from closing. Simply drop the crowbar in the path of the door's movement. This is especially useful in the case of doors can only be opened from one side by a non-authorized person and cannot be picked or broken open, such as some of the automated doors in the GAMA facility. Note that this only works with doors that slide along a track; swinging doors will push the crowbar and most other objects out of the way.

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