Missile Weapons In Combat

Bows, crossbows and many other missile weapons have different rates of fire (ROF) - the number of missiles they can shoot in a single round. Arrows can be notched and let loose at a rate of up to two shots per round. Some weapons (such as heavy crossbows) take a long time to load and can be fired only once every round. Darts can be hurled at a rate of several per round. Whatever the ROF, multiple missile shots are handled the same way as other multiple attacks for the purposes of determining initiative.

Stock up on arrows, darts and sting buttets. There is no shame in conducting combat from' a safe distance... and its usefut for disrupting the spetts of enemy wizards, as wett. - Voto

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