Projectile weapons are any kind of weapon that shoots some form of projectile at a target. These are your bows, crossbows, and slingshots. Projectile weapons are a favorite of those who want to stay out of range from the other target, but wielders of projectile weapons should always have a melee weapon to fall back on.

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1) Basic Information

Type of Attack: Projectile Weapon, Bashing

Weapon Proficiencies: Projectile, Bow & Arrow, Crossbow

 

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2) Bow

The bow is a common projectile weapon that consists of a flexible piece of wood and a string. It is used to shoot arrows. You can melee hit a target with a bow as a bashing attack, but you will do 50% of the bow's attack power in damage. Using a bow makes use of your Bow Power.

Weapon Attack Parry Range Hit Chance Weight Durability Space Taken Other Information Cost
Battle Bow 4 + 2d8 N/A shooting range of 1d12 + 2; must be at least 2 spaces away to use +5 1.75 1000 uses 10

flamamble

121.49
Hunting Bow 4 + 1d12 N/A shooting range of 1d12 + 6; must be at least 3 spaces away to use +5 1.5 1000 uses 10

flammable

108.60
Long Bow 3 + 1d10 N/A shooting range of 1d12 + 10; must be at least 4 spaces away to use +5 1.25 1000 uses 10

flammable

95.71
Small Bow 3 + 1d8 N/A shooting range of 1d12 + 2; must be at least 2 spaces away to use +5 0.75 1000 uses 8

flammable

63.68

2.1) Bow Modifications

Here are modifications that you can apply to a weapon. These modifications can be done by any blacksmith. Each modification takes a slot, and you can only apply up to three per weapon. 

Weapon Attack Parry Range Hit Chance Weight Durability Space Taken Other Information Cost
Reinforced Bow 1d8 N/A 0 0 0.5 x 1.5 0

Removes flammability from bow

5.00
Sight 0 N/A +1 +5 0 N/A 0

Increase Hit Targeting by + 5.

25.00
Tightened Bow Strings 1d8 N/A x 1.25 0 0 N/A 0

N/A

10.00
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3) Crossbow

A crossbow is a type of weapon based on the bow and consisting of a horizontal bow-like assembly mounted on a stock. It shoots projectiles called bolts. The crossbow gets all of its attack power from a tightly wound spring and draws none of it from the user. This makes the crossbow incredibly easy to use but prevents the bow from having extra damage given by the wielder's strength. You can bash someone with your crossbow, dealing 75% of the crossbow's attack value. 

Weapon Attack Parry Range Hit Chance Weight Durability Space Taken Other Information Cost
Crossbow 2 + 2d6 N/A shooting range of 1d10 + 4; must be at least 2 spaces away to use +5 4 800 uses 8

N/A

75.00
Heavy Crossbow 3 + 4d6 N/A shooting range of 1d10 + 4; must be at least 2 spaces away to use +5 8 800 uses 8

N/A

100.00

3.1) Crossbow Modifications

Here are modifications that you can apply to a weapon. These modifications can be done by any blacksmith. Each modification takes a slot, and you can only apply up to three per weapon. 

Weapon Attack Parry Range Hit Chance Weight Durability Space Taken Other Information Cost
Reinforced Spring 1d8 N/A x 1.5 0 0.75 x 1.5 0

+ 5  To Critical Hit

20.00
Sight 0 N/A +1 +5 0 N/A 0

Increase Hit Targeting by + 5.

25.00
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4) Minor Projectile Weapons

These are secondary weapons. They are not meant to deal a lot of damage, but in the right hands they could be very effective.

Weapon Attack Parry Range Hit Chance Weight Durability Space Taken Other Information Cost
Dart Shooter 2d8 N/A 1d20 0 0.25 700 uses 0.25

flammable

0.65
Slingshot 4d4 N/A 1d20 0 0.6 500 uses 0.5

flammable

1.88
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Submitted by mythus on Sat, 01/01/2022 - 10:41