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Bows are a kind of weapon. They are the primary (100% damage) weapon for Cras and the secondary (95% damage) weapon for Srams.

Most Bows can be made by Bow Carvers and all can be maged by Bow Smithmagus'.

List of Bows


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Name Lvl AP Hands Damage Effects Conditions

Angel Bow

82

5

2

Arch Bow

80

5

2

Arkanum Bow

96

5

2

Beddy Bow

187

5

2

Bow Gotta

70

5

2

Bow Leeng

30

5

2

Bow Liwood

79

5

2

Bow Ndjoor

50

6

2

Bow Nuss

60

5

2

Bow of the Bandit Archer

30

6

2

  • None

Bushi'Bow

81

4

2

Buzzard Bow

18

4

2

Bwork Archer Bow

20

5

2

Chafer Archer Bow

120

5

2

Chiduc's Arc

87

5

2

Chtelion Bow

129

4

2

Com Bow

8

4

2

Crystal Bow

44

5

2

Disconcerting Bow

16

4

2

Doozi Bow

120

5

2

Draught Bow

120

5

2

Dreggon Bow

122

5

2

Dubya Bow

124

5

2

Eco Bow

23

6

2

Fishing Bow

70

4

2

Gobball Horn Bow

32

5

2

Great Buzzard Bow

21

4

2

Great Disconcerting Bow

18

4

2

Great Eco Bow

28

6

2

Great Twiggy Bow

3

4

2

Heavy Gobball Horn Bow

35

5

2

Hickory Tree

50

5

2

  • None

Hidsad Bow

40

5

2

  • None

I Kea Bow, new model

47

4

2

I Kea Bow, sale model

35

4

2

I Kea Bow, special model

43

4

2

I Kea Bow, standard model

39

4

2

Initiate's Bow

1

4

2

  • None
  • None

Ivan Nowe String

36

4

2

Joan's Bow

30

4

2

King of Borins Bow

60

5

2

Koalak Bow

61

4

2

  • None

Kuri Bow

56

5

2

  • None

Little Bow Sleep

185

4

2

Mam Bow

40

5

2

Marilyn Mun Bow

143

5

1

Mech Riorraw's Bow

10

6

2

Mulic Bere's Bow

10

6

2

Mushd Bow

50

5

2

  • None

Nomoon (bow)

28

5

2

Opaque Crystal Bow

38

5

2

Placee Bow

130

5

2

Powerful Buzzard Bow

24

4

2

Powerful Disconcerting Bow

19

4

2

Powerful Twiggy Bow

4

4

2

Pure Crystal Bow

56

5

2

Rahm Bow

151

3

1

Rain Bow

22

5

2

Renowned Eco Bow

33

6

2

Rento Bow

46

4

2

Royal Gobball Horn Bow

38

5

2

Runaway Bow

124

5

2

Sawn-Off Pulley Bow

41

5

2

Small Buzzard Bow

15

4

2

Small Disconcerting Bow

14

4

2

Small Eco Bow

18

6

2

Small Gobball Horn Bow

29

5

2

Small King of Borins Bow

54

5

2

Small Twiggy Bow

1

4

2

Snailmet Bow

122

5

2

Sram Archer Bow

90

5

2

Strong Bow

15

5

2

  • None

Stylish King of Borins Bow

66

5

2

The Arc de Triomphe

30

4

2

Translucent Crystal Bow

50

5

2

Treebow

39

4

2

  • None

Treechnid Root Bow

28

4

2

Trunknydum

57

5

2

  • None

Twiggy Bow

2

4

2

Ultra-powerful King of Borins Bow

72

5

2

Web Bow

121

5

2

Whistling Bow

11

3

2

Xaver

60

5

2

Yamato String

33

4

2

Ykulf Bow

30

5

2

Young Wild Bow

107

5

2

Name Lvl AP Hands Damage Effects Conditions
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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
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A Bow in Final Fantasy IV
The Artemis Bow

Bows (ゆみ Yumi) are a recurring group of weapons from the Final Fantasy series. They first appear in Final Fantasy II, and are used by most Archers. Sometimes Archers will wield the more powerful Crossbow instead. Bows are notable for dealing the same amount of damage regardless of the user's position in the front or back row. In certain games, such as Final Fantasy IV, arrows must be purchased in order to attack with a bow, while in others, such as Final Fantasy Tactics Advance, bows come equipped with an infinite amount of arrows. Recurring bows are: Dark Bow, Yoichi Bow, Elven Bow, Killer Bow, and the Artemis Bow, which tends to be the Ultimate weapon.

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Appearances

Final Fantasy II

Maria, the first archer

Bows first appear in Final Fantasy II and are the starting weapon of Maria. Since Maria's stats are inclined towards magic and she is better off in the back row of the battlefield, bows are a good choice of weapon to equip her with. Final Fantasy II's bows come equipped with arrows.

List of Bows:

Final Fantasy III

Ranger

The Ranger Job class uses bows, preferably from the back row. Unlike Final Fantasy II, arrows must be bought in towns around the World Map.

List of Bows:

List of Arrows:

Final Fantasy IV

A Arrow in Final Fantasy IV

Rosa is a White Mage/Archer, and so can equip bows. Her special Aim ability lets her fire arrows with 100% accuracy. Rydia, Edward, Palom, Porom, Cecil, and Cid can also arm themselves with a bow, but without the Aim ability. Arrows must be purchased in this game, but at least in the DS version, are only spent by equipping them, not attacking.

List of Bows:

List of Arrows:

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

List of Bows:

List of Arrows:

Final Fantasy V

Bows are used by the Ranger class, which can use the Aim ability to increase accuracy with arrows. The Ranger's Level 3 ability Equip Bow will let the character equip a bow regardless of job. Arrows do not need to be bought in this game.

List of Bows:

Final Fantasy XI

Bows disappear for a while through the Final Fantasy numbered series until Final Fantasy XI. They can be used by a number of jobs, but the Ranger job is the only one proficient enough to use weaponskills with them.

Though there is a massive amount of bows, the most notable bows include;

  • Yoichinoyumi - The Relic Bow usable by Rangers and Samurai.
  • Expunger
  • Cerberus Bow
  • Arco De Velocidad
  • Failnaught
  • Hamayumi
  • Ifrit's Bow
  • Perdu Bow
  • Lamian Kaman

Some arrows include;

Final Fantasy XII

Bows are the most basic of the ranged weapons in Final Fantasy XII. Their arrow shots are unblockable, but are also quite sensitive in inclement weather such as rain. Arrows must be purchased from shops in this game. Fran wields a bow as her default weapon.

List of Bows:

List of Arrows:

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings

Fran once again uses bows in battle, and is the only playable character who does so. She cannot choose which arrows to fire.

List of Bows:

Final Fantasy Agito XIII

One of the characters uses a Longbow as his weapon of choice.

Final Fantasy Mystic Quest

Phoebe uses the only bow in the game, the Bow of Grace, as her primary weapon once she has given Benjamin the Cat Claw. It has limited ammunition and does additional, "shoot-type" damage to enemies weak to it, primarily those that fly.

Final Fantasy Tactics

The Archer uses bows, which come equipped with arrows. The Archer can use the Charge ability to build up power in a bow for a more powerful attack. Due to the battlefield geography in Final Fantasy Tactics, arrows are sensitive to obstacles and may miss if the height difference between the archer and target is too great.

List of Bows:

List of Crossbows:

  • Bowgun
  • Knightslayer
  • Crossbow
  • Poison Bow
  • Hunting Bow
  • Gastrophetes

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

The Archer uses the bow class of weapons, while the Hunter, Sniper, and Assassin Jobs use the more powerful set of Greatbows.

List of Bows:

List of Greatbows:

  • Windslash Bow
  • Ranger Bow
  • Cranequin
  • Twin Bow
  • Hunt Bow
  • Fey Bow
  • Hades Bow
  • Nike Bow
  • Master Bow
  • Max's Oathbow
  • Seventh Heaven
  • Mythril Shot
  • Marduk Bow
  • Arbalest
  • Gastra Bow

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift

Bows can now be equipped by Archers and Rangers, while Greatbows can still be equipped by Hunters, Snipers, and Assassins. Most have kept their names and abilities taught.

List of Bows: List of Greatbows:
  • Composite Bow
  • Windslash Bow
  • Huntsman's Bow
  • Cranequin
  • Twin Bow
  • Hunting Bow
  • Elfin Bow
  • Hades Bow
  • Nike Bow
  • Master Bow
  • Marduk
  • Gastrophetes
  • Max's Oathbow
  • Seventh Heaven

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates

Bows are weapons used by the Selkie tribe. They are the only weapon able to attack from long ranges. As Selkies level up, they gain the ability to fire more projectiles, the max being five. Their charge ability allows them to fire many arrows at once rapidly.

List of Bows:

  • Silver Bow
  • Mythril Bow
  • Eden's Bow
  • Dark Bow
  • Aeolian Bow
  • Bravery Bow
  • Ballista
  • Exorcist Bow
  • Wolf's Bow
  • Svarog's Bow
  • Yew Bow
  • Abyss Killer



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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
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From GuildWiki

Contents

General

A Two-Handed projectile weapon that causes piercing damage, there are a variety of bows in Guild Wars. The Ranger's Marksmanship attribute improves the damage of and is generally a requirement for this weapon type. Bow Attacks can only be performed when equipped with a bow.

Bow Classes

There are five different classes of bows, each of which has different range, attack speed, arc size, and projectile speed. Refire rate directly affects the DPS of the bow. Additionally, arc size also affects the pathing of the arrow -- some obstacles might obstruct a bow with small arc size, but a bow with large arc size may be able to fly over the obstacle.

Weapon Refire Rate Range1 Flight Time2 Arc Size Special Feature
Longbow 2.4 seconds 1.6 0.59 seconds Medium None
Flatbow 2.0 seconds 1.6 0.88 seconds Large None
Hornbow 2.7 seconds 1.4 0.59 seconds Medium +10% Armor penetration
Recurve Bow 2.4 seconds 1.4 0.40 seconds Small None
Shortbow 2.0 seconds 1.05 0.59 seconds Medium None

1 Range is approximated in the radius of the aggro circle measured on approximately flat ground.

  • Being at a higher elevation than your target increases the range your arrows can reach, and at a lower elevation your range is shortened. Having height advantage to your target will also increase your damage by up to 100% of the listed damage, depending on the amount of elevation.

2Flight Time is for a target at Shortbow range distance.

  • Note that Guild Wars does not factor in accuracy of bows the same way other games do. Accuracy is determined by Flight Time and Arc Size.

Max damage range of a bow is always 15-28, regardless of bow class. Bows with maximum damage have been observed with attribute requirements as low as 7. Bows with an attribute requirement of 0 have been observed with damage ranges as high as 9-13, although the Candy Cane Bow and Wintergreen Bow (only available during Wintersday) both do 15-15 damage (modified normally) but have no attribute requirement.

Bow Types

Please consult our visual gallery or see them listed by campaign and type below.

Core

Standard

PvP Bows
  • PvP Flatbow
  • PvP Hornbow
  • PvP Longbow
  • PvP Recurve Bow
  • PvP Shortbow
Starter Weapons        
Realms of the Gods    

Prophecies

Bow Class Flatbow Hornbow Longbow Recurve Bow Shortbow
Collector / Crafter
Deldrimor Bows
Other Bows
Unique Bows

Factions

Bow Class Flatbow Hornbow Longbow Recurve Bow Shortbow
Bramble Bows
Naga Bows      
Plagueborn Bows    
Other Bows        
Elite Mission bows      
Unique Bows (Shing Jea Island)      
Unique Bows (Canthan Mainland)
Unique Bows (Urgoz's Warren)    

Nightfall

Bow Class Flatbow Hornbow Longbow Recurve Bow Shortbow
Ancient Bows
Azure Bows
Bramble Bows
Skull Bows
Tormented Bows
Vabbian Bows

Other Bows

Unique Bows

Eye of the North

Bow Class Flatbow Hornbow Longbow Recurve Bow Shortbow
Asuran Bows
Charrslayer Bows
Maplewood Bows
Destroyer Bows
Norn Bows
Other Bows
Unique Bows

Bonus Mission Pack

Bow Class Flatbow Hornbow Longbow Recurve Bow Shortbow
Charr Bows
Mursaat Bows
Tengu Bows
Undead Bows

Upgrades and Modifiers

The weapon upgrades for the bow are Bow String (prefix) and Bow Grip (suffix).

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Recipes

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

Looking for the emote? If so, see Bow (emote).

Bows are weapons used in ranged combat that require a certain Ranged level to wield. They require ammunition in the form of arrows. Bows can be created by members through the Fletching skill and come in two varieties: longbows and shortbows.

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Shortbows

Main article: Shortbow (bow type)

Shortbows fire arrows at a faster rate than longbows but may not fire from as long of a distance.

Longbows

Main article: Longbow (bow type)

Longbows can fire arrows at targets from a further distance than shortbows can, but they fire at a slower rate.

Trivia

  • Bows are held in a player's right hand. However, a right-handed person would normally hold a bow in his or her left hand. This would imply that Runescape's players are all ambidextrous or left-handed.
  • The Elves taught humans how to make and use bows sometime near the God Wars.

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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010
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From TibiaWiki

Mostly used by paladins, because of their quick advances in Distance Fighting.

Crossbows and bows are unique because they cannot be used by themselves. They require Ammunition to cause damage.

Distance Weapons

Name Lvl Atk Def Type Hands Weight Range Dropped By
Arbalest Image:Arbalest.gif 75 Crossbows Two 95.00 6 None.
Assassin Star Image:Assassin Star.gif 80 65 0 Throwing Weapons One 2.00 4 Quara Predator, Warlock, Behemoth, Demon, Dark Torturer, Fury, Hellspawn, Morguthis, Zarabustor, The Noxious Spawn, Ghazbaran.
Bow Image:Bow.gif 0 Bows Two 31.00 6 Elf, Elf Scout, Poacher, Hunter, Hero.
Chain Bolter Image:Chain Bolter.gif 60 Crossbows Two 55.00 3 Morgaroth
Composite Hornbow Image:Composite Hornbow.gif 50 Bows Two 52.00 6 Wyrm.
Crossbow Image:Crossbow.gif 0 Crossbows Two 40.00 5 Dragon, Dwarf Soldier, Minotaur Archer, Wyrm.
Elvish Bow Image:Elvish Bow.gif 0 Bows Two 39.00 6 Elf Scout.
Enchanted Spear Image:Enchanted Spear.gif 42 38 0 Throwing Weapons One 20.00 4 None.
Hunting Spear Image:Hunting Spear.gif 20 32 0 Throwing Weapons One 22.00 3 Dworc Fleshhunter, Barbarian Brutetamer, Lizard Sentinel, Orc Berserker, Orc Warlord, Valkyrie, Undead Gladiator
Modified Crossbow Image:Modified Crossbow.gif 45 Crossbows Two 35.00 5 None.
Musician's Bow Image:Musician's Bow.gif 0 Bows Two 12.50 4 Boogey
Royal Crossbow Image:Royal Crossbow.gif 130 Crossbows Two 120.00 6 Morgaroth
Royal Spear Image:Royal Spear.gif 25 35 0 Throwing Weapons One 25.00 3 Dragon Lord, Orc Leader, Blue Djinn, Marid, Green Djinn, Efreet, Quara Predator.
Silkweaver Bow Image:Silkweaver Bow.gif 40 Bows Two 22.00 6 Orc Marauder.
Slingshot Image:Slingshot.gif Two ? None.
Small Stone
Snowball Image:Snowball.gif 0 0 0 Throwing Weapons One 0.80 Yeti, Grynch Clan Goblin.
Spear Image:Spear.gif 0 25 0 Throwing Weapons One 20.00 3 Troll, Troll Champion, Swamp Troll, Frost Troll, Island Troll, Orc Spearman, Orc Shaman, Black Knight, Valkyrie, Lizard Sentinel, Pirate Marauder.
The Devileye Image:The Devileye.gif 100 Crossbows Two 55.00 6 Morgaroth.
The Ironworker Image:The Ironworker.gif 80 Crossbows Two 150.00 5 Morgaroth
Throwing Knife Image:Throwing Knife.gif 0 25 0 Throwing Weapons One 5.00 4 Orc Leader, Stalker, Dworc Venomsniper, Dworc Fleshhunter, Pirate Buccaneer, Hellhound.
Throwing Star Image:Throwing Star.gif 0 30 0 Throwing Weapons One 2.00 4 Assassin, Crypt Shambler, Energy Elemental, Demon Skeleton, Orc Warlord, Pirate Corsair, Undead Gladiator.
Viper Star Image:Viper Star.gif 28 0 Throwing Weapons One 2.00 4 Assassin, Annihilon.
Warsinger Bow Image:Warsinger Bow.gif 80 Bows Two 45.00 7 None.
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