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Bows are ranged weapons that use a flexing wooden shaft and taut string to fire arrows into a target at great speed. Your Bow proficiency is always use your Dexterity.


Shortbow
ShortbowEdit

(two-handed load free bow - trained only)

Attack:

bows +1 vs. armor

(15/30 paces)


Hit:
(Bodkin)

1d6 + [ ranged damage bonus ] piercing damage. On a critical hit, the target begins bleeding 5 ongoing damage.


Hit:
(Broadhead)

1d8 + [ ranged damage bonus ] slashing damage. On a critical hit, the target begins bleeding 5 ongoing damage if unarmored or in light armor.


Special:

Small characters may use a shortbow without penalty, even though it is a two-handed weapon.


Longbow
LongbowEdit

(two-handed load free bow - trained only)

Attack:

bows +1 vs. armor

(20/40 paces)


Hit:
(Bodkin)

1d8 + [ ranged damage bonus ] piercing damage. On a critical hit, the target begins bleeding 5 ongoing damage.


Hit:
(Broadhead)

1d10 + [ ranged damage bonus ] slashing damage. On a critical hit, the target begins bleeding 5 ongoing damage if unarmored or in light armor.


Greatbow
GreatbowEdit

(two-handed load free bow - expert only)

Attack:

bows +1 vs. armor

(25/50 paces)


Hit:

1d10 + [ ranged damage bonus ] piercing damage. On a critical hit, the target begins bleeding 5 ongoing damage.


Hit:
(Broadhead)

1d12 + [ ranged damage bonus ] slashing damage. On a critical hit, the target begins bleeding 5 ongoing damage if unarmored or in light armor.


Special:

Readying or sheathing this weapon is a move action. If you would ready or sheath a weapon as a free action, you ready or sheath this weapon as an immediate action instead.

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