- "Better watch out, it go boom!"
- —Lo Wang, after throwing the sticky mine.
Perhaps the sneakiest weapon in Lo Wang's arsenal, this is a small explosive device surrounded by sharp spikes, which will allow it to 'stick' to nearly any surface. Once attached to a floor, wall, ceiling, or even an enemy, there is a 3 second priming timer. Once this timer is set, the bomb will detonate when it's motion detectors sense something near. This can be known from loud beeping sound, the primed mine emits. Lo Wang can hold up to 20 mines at one time. The mines have good splash damage and Coolies killed with them, won't spawn their ghosts.
The mines are useful when trying to open secret areas or laying traps for oncoming enemies.
- In early game screenshots, the mine didn't have spikes on it and was golden.
- Shadow Warrior Classic sticky mine marks the first appearance of a sticky bomb in an FPS, an idea which wouldn't catch on until Halo many years later.