World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Bows – Part 12

This article is the 12th part of the longer article series discussing the different bows model that you can find in World of Warcraft. So, let us start the ride.

 

Reinforced Bow

As a weapon, the Reinforced Bow performs very below average bordering on being the weakest bow in the game realm. It has an item level or 21 but requires much lower player level – 16. It has a speed rating of 2.20 and could inflict 12.5 damage per second or 19 to 36 total damage to its target. Reinforced Bow is sold by 38 characters in the game realm including:

  1. Abigail Sawyer at Undercity
  2. Afran at Feralas
  3. Ariyell Skyshadow at Darnassus
  4. Avelii at The Exodar
  5. Avette Fellwood at Duskwood
  6. Beega at Bloodmyst Isle
  7. Bhaldaran Ravenshade at Ashenvale
  8. Borand at Stonetalon Mountains
  9. Brain Terrel at Twilight Highlands
  10. Cawind Trueaim at Feralas
  11. Celana at Silvermoon City
  12. Cliff Hadin at Loch Modan
  13. Edwina Monzor at Wetlands
  14. Frederick Stover at Stormwind City
  15. Hagash the Blind at Hellfire Peninsula
  16. Haren Kanmae at The Cape of Stranglethorn
  17. Jensen Farran at Dustwallow Marsh
  18. Kaja at Orgrimmar
  19. Kimberly Hiett at Retridge Mountains
  20. Kramlod Farsight at Tirisfal Glades
  21. Kuna Thunderhorn at Thunder Bluff
  22. Landria at Darnassus
  23. Lina Stover at Stormwind City
  24. Matron Qualia at Nagrand
  25. Mu’uta at Arathi Highlands
  26. Nadia Vernon at Silverpine Forest
  27. Naela Trance at Wetlands
  28. Narianna at Moonglade
  29. Narina at Ghostlands
  30. Paelarin at Eversong Woods
  31. Sentinel Amberline at Dragonblight
  32. Skolmin Godfury at Ironforge
  33. Starn at Thousand Needles
  34. Talu Frosthool at Howling Fjord
  35. Uthrok at Northern Barrens
  36. William MacGregor at Westfall
  37. Zanara at Dustwallow Marsh
  38. Zendo’jian at Orgrimmar

 

Rhok’delar, Longbow of the Ancient Keepers

Created by Create Hunter Epic Bow DND and Forming Rhok’delar, this WoW weapon is probably more famous because of its name than because of its actual prowess. The Rhok’delar, Longbow of the Ancient Keepers was added to the game realm through patch 1.11.1 with item level of 75 but is no longer available to the players today. Still, this very curiously named bow deserves a mention in this series of articles. It is a ranged weapon that is often used as a reagent belongs to the class Hunter. It binds when it is equipped to a character but requires level 60 players to use it. When it is equipped, the bow will increase the character’s critical strike rating by 14 and ranged attack power by as much as 17. The Rhok’delar, Longbow of the Ancient Keepers has a speed rating of 2.90 and could inflict as much as 73.4 damage per second or from 149 to 277 total damage.

 

Rhok’delar, Longbow of the Ancient Keepers DEP

This is the updated version of the Rhok’delar, Longbow of the Ancient Keepers which was added to World of Warcraft in patch 1.12.1 but is now no longer available to the players. It was created by Forming Rhok’delar as a bow for the Hunter class. The bow has an item level of 75 and will bind immediately to characters with level 60. When equipped, the bow will increase the critical strike rating of the character by 14 and the ranged attack power by 17. It has a speed rating of 2.90 and has a striking power that could induce 149 to 277 damage or 73.4 total damage to its target.

 

Riphook

Though Riphook looks everything but powerful, do not be deceived by it. It may not bring many random enchantments to the character that it binds it but it certainly means business. Riphook is a level 60 item that will bind to level 55 players or higher. When it binds, it will enhance the characters agility by as much as 7. When the Riphook is equipped, it will increase the character’s attack power by 22 and its hit rating by 7. Riphook has a 3.00 speed rating and could inflict 51.4 damage per second or 107 to 201 total health damage to its target. The character Shadow Hunter Vosh’gajin dropped this item at Blackrock Spire.

 

Rocslayer Longbow

This level 111 item binds to a character with level 67 status only when it is equipped. When it does, it will bring random enchantments to the character including the improvement of its agility by 16, intellect by 16, spirit by 16, strength by 16, and stamina by 16. Furthermore, the Rocslayer Longbow will also improve the character’s attack power by 32, hit rating by 8, and critical strike rating by as much as 8. The Rocslayer Longbow is stated to have a speed rating of 2.70 and could inflict 77.8 damage per second or from 146 to 273 total damage to its unlucky target. There are 200 characters (including Humanoids and NPCs) that has dropped the Rocslayer Longbow; the characters include:

  • Netharel at Shadowmoon Valley
  • Sunblade Slayer at Sunwell Plateau
  • Fel Reaver at Hellfire Peninsula
  • Apex at Netherstorm
  • Grulloc at Blade’s Edge Mountains
  • Sunblade Keeper at Magisters’ Terrace
  • Dreadwarden at Shadowmoon Valley
  • Shattered Hand Brawler at The Shattered Halls
  • Sunblade Dawn Priest at Sunwell Plateau
  • Abyssal Flamewalker at Isle of Quel’Danas
  • Sethekk Initiate at Sethekk Halls
  • Shattered Hand Savage at The Shattered Halls
  • Spectral Apprentice at Karazhan
  • Sethekk Shaman at Sethekk Halls
  • Shadowy Necromancer at Hyjal Summit
  • Arcatraz Sentinel at The Arcatraz
  • Bonechewer Worker at the Black Temple
  • Tempest-Forge Peacekeeper at The Botanica
  • Gordunni Elementalist at Terokkar Forest
  • Spiteful Temptress at The Arcatraz
  • Dragonmaw Shaman at Shadowmoon Valley
  • Overseer Azarad at Netherstorm
  • Phantom Guest at Karazhan
  • Coilfang Siren at The Steamvault
  • Cabal Acolyte at Shadow Labyrinth
  • Ghoul at Hyjal Summit
  • Laughing Skull Enforcer at The Blood Furnace
  • Cabal Cultist at Shadow Labyrinth
  • Coilfang Collaborator at The Slave Pens
  • Aqueous Spawn at the Black Temple
  • Bloodwarder Physician at The Mechanar
  • Durnholde Tracking Hound at Old Hillsbrad Foothills
  • Ethereal Scavenger at Mana-Tombs
  • Frayer Wilding at The Botanica
  • Deathshadow Warlock at Nagrand
  • Apprentice Star Scryer at The Eye
  • Hellfire Watcher at Hellfire Ramparts
  • Ethereum Nexus-Stalker at Netherstorm
  • Mechanar Wrecker at The Mechanar
  • Coilskar Cobra at Shadowmoon Valley
  • Cabal Summoner at Shadow Labyrinth
  • Shattered Hand Assassin at The Shattered Halls
  • Sunseeker Channeler at The Botanica
  • Sunseeker Enginner at The Mechanar
  • Fel Orc Convert at The Shattered Halls
  • Avian Warhawk at Sethekk Halls
  • Mana Wraith at Netherstorm
  • Temple Concubine at the Black Temple

 

Sandstrider’s Mark

The Sanstrider’s Mark is a level 56 item that you can get after completing the “Wanted – Deathclasp, Terror of the Sands” which requires players to be at level 54 or higher. It binds immediately after being picked up and will automatically improve the character’s stamina by 10 points. This bow has a speed rating of 2.60 and could induce 87 to 164 total damage to its target which is equivalent to giving a blow of 48.2 damage per second.

 

Satyr’s Bow

Satyr’s Bow is quite unusually looking yet still maintains the simplicity of a basic bow. It was added to the list of weapons in World of Warcraft through patch 1.11.1 as an item in level 41. Satyr’s Bow binds immediately to character with level 36 that picks it up and will automatically improve the character’s agility by 5 and its haste rating by 4. This bow has 2.80 speed rating but its striking prowess is not par with the average performers of the bows weapon category. Why? Satyr’s Bow has below average damage infliction powers. Satyr’s Bow can only induce as much as 36.6 damage per second or 71 to 134 total damage to its target which is measly for the player level that it requires. The bow was dropped by Zevrim Thornhoof at Dire Maul.

 

Scorch Wood Bow

With item level 108, you would expect too much from the Scorch Wood Bow. However, you should not get your hopes up that this very woody looking bow will strike a serious damage to its target. In fact, the Scorch Wood Bow performs just above average in the rankings. The  Scorch Wood Bow will bind to a character that picks it up and will automatically increase the character’s agility by 12 and its stamina by 11. When equipped, Scorch Wood Bow will increase the character’s critical strike rating by 5 or 0.29%. Aside from those random enchantments, the Scorch Wood Bow also has a speed rating of 2.20 and could inflict just as much as 75.2 damage per second (equivalent to 115 to 216 total damage) to its target. The Scorch Wood Bow was added in the World of Warcraft game realm via patch 2.0.1 and is disenchantable. You can get this bow as a reward from the quest titled “From the Ashes” which requires players to be in the 65th level or higher.

You Are Welcome To Read :

World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Bows Part 1
World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Bows Part 2
World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Bows Part 3
World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Bows Part 4
World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Bows Part 5
World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Bows Part 6
World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Bows Part 7
World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Bows Part 8
World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Bows Part 9
World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Bows Part 10
World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Bows Part 11
World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Bows Part 14
World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Bows Part 15