World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Bows – Part 16

Bows are one of the most popular weapons in World of Warcraft and they are also one of the most useful. Learn more about them in this article as a continuation of our journey towards discovering all bows in the world’s most popular and most subscribed game for 2011.

 

Thalassian Compound Bow

Added in patch 2.0.1, this blue-colored elegant bow is not one to mess with. Thalassian Compound Bow is a level 99 item that requires level 63 players for it to bind. When it is equipped, the Thalassian Compound Bow will improve the character’s agility by as much as 14 points, intellect by 14, spirit by 14, stamina by 14, hit rating by 7, critical strike rating by 7, and attack power by as much as 28 points. Its speed rating ticks at 2.70 and it could induce 67.5 damage per second or from 127 to 238 damage to any character its master wants to strike. It is lethal and means serious business but it is not the most durable of all weapons. Be careful when using it. There are about 93 WoW characters that has dropped this bow in several locations: these characters include:

  • Lisaile Fireweaver at Terokkar Forest
  • Stronglimb Deeproot at Blade’s Edge Mountains
  • Bloodmaul Drudger at Blade’s Edge Mountains
  • Ethereal Plunderer at Terokkar Forest
  • Cabal Interrogator at Terokkar Forest
  • Auchenai Soulpriest at Auchenai Crypts
  • Fen Ray at The Underbog
  • Ethereal Priest at Mana-Tombs
  • Ethereal Crypt Raider at Mana-Tombs
  • Angered Skeleton at Auchenai Crypts
  • Durnholde Tracking Hound at Old Hillsbrad Foothills
  • Murkblood Tribesman at The Underbog
  • Windyreed Scavenger at Nagrand
  • Bloodmaul Dire Wolf at Blade’s Edge Mountains
  • Mragesh at Zangarmarsh
  • Boulderfist Mage at Nagrand
  • Dreadfang Widow at Terokkar Forest
  • Warmaul Shaman at Nagrand
  • Scalewing Serpent at Blade’s Edge Mountains
  • Warmaul Brute at Nagrand
  • Agitated Orc Spirit at Nagrand
  • Infested Root-Walker at Terokkar Forest
  • Lash’han Wing Guard at Blade’s Edge Mountains
  • Mo’arg Weaponsmith at Shadowmoon Valley
  • Raging Skeleton at Auchenai Crypts
  • Wrathfin Sentry at The Underbog

 

Thistlewood Bow

Thistlewood Bow is nothing special. In fact, you can do without it in the game. This level 5 item could not be disenchanted and it binds when it is picked up. The speed of Thistlewood Bow is said to be at 2.30 and it could inflict only 2.7 damage per second or 4-9 total damage to its target. Durability wise, the Thistlewood Bow can be easily broken even when used in non-strenuous conditions. The Thistlewood Bow is the same model as 15 other bows including:

  1. Satyr’s Bow (a level 41 item requiring level 36 players)
  2. Ashenvale Longbow (a level 84 item requiring level 58 players)
  3. Dream Catcher Bow (a level 117 item requiring level 69 players)
  4. Razorsong Bow (a level 96 item requiring level 62 players)
  5. Ven’jashi’s Bow (a level 11 item requiring level 8 players)
  6. Viper Bow (a level 93 item requiring level 61 players)
  7. Windspear Longbow (a level 120 item requiring level 70 players)
  8. Hickory Shortbow (a level 11 item requiring level 7 players)
  9. Polished Shortbow (a level 4 item)
  10. Sen’Jin Bow (a level 6 item requiring level 4 players)
  11. Stiff Shortbow (a level 4 item)
  12. Sunstrider Bow (a level 5 item)
  13. Cracked Shortbow (a level 8 item requiring level 3 players)
  14. Feeble Shortbow (a level 13 item requiring level 8 players)
  15. Light Hunting Bow (a level 19 item requiring level 14 players)

 

Thori’dal, the Star’s Fury

The Thori’dal, The Star’s Fury bow is one of the fanciest and bulkiest looking bows in World of Warcraft. But the loom is just right for the kind of performance that this weapon brings in to the table. When patch 2.4.2 was installed, this bow was put into the armory list of the game realm. This level 164 item needs players to attain level 70 before it will bind. However, once you reached the required level and picked the Thori’dal, the Star’s Fury, you will feel invincible. When it binds, it will increase the agility of the character by as much as 17 and its stamina by a whopping 26 points. When equipped, the Thori’dal, the Star’s Furybow will improve the critical strike rating of the host character by 16 or 0.72%, haste rating by 17 or 1.08%, and it will also generate several magical arrows once you have drawn the string. It is said that the energy of the Sunwell courses through the body of Thori’dal. It should not come as a shock that this bow has a speed rating of 2.70 because it is the usual speed rating for bows of this kind. However, the mediocre speed is compensated by the very powerful and lethal striking prowess. The Thori’dal can inflict 148.8 damage per second which is equivalent to giving a blow of 281 to 523 total health damage to the target enemy. Aside from those, the Thori’dal is also one of the most durable, if not the most durable, bows in the whole of World of Warcraft. You can get this weapon at Sunwell Plateau as it was dropped there by Kil’jaeden.

 

Thornflinger

This weapon is no longer available to players in the game. But like usual, the Thornflinger is needed to be discussed if not for the purpose of completing the bows that has graced the world’s most popular game. The Thornflinger is a level 57 item that is not very durable but inflicts quite a good amount of damage. Its speed ticks at 2.80 and could inflict 44.3 damage per second or from 86 to 162 total health damage to its target. The Thornflinger is similar, in many ways, to these models:

  1. Bow of Searing Arrows (a level 42 item requiring level 37 players)
  2. Hurricane (a level 53 item requiring level 48 players)
  3. Eaglehorn Long Bow (a level 63 item requiring level 58 players)
  4. Eventide Bow (a level 23 item requiring level 20 players)
  5. Malgen’s Long Bow (a level 56 item requiring level 51 players)
  6. Monolithic Bow (a level 40 item requiring level 35 players)
  7. Nightstalker Bow (a level 35 item requiring level 30 players)
  8. Outrunner’s Bow (a level 33 item requiring level 28 players)
  9. Blasthorn Bow (a level 61 item requiring level 56 players)
  10. Massive Longbow (a level 47 item requiring level 42 players)
  11. Orc Flatbow (a level 114 item requiring level 68 players)
  12. Ranger’s Recurved Bow (a level 108 item requiring level 66 players)
  13. Siege Bow (a level 53 item requiring level 48 players)
  14. Stout Oak Longbow (a level 80 item requiring level 62 players)
  15. Trueshot Bow (a level 41 item requiring level 36 players)

 

Trueshot Bow

The Trueshot Bow was added in patch 1.11.1 as a level 41 item that requires players to be in level 36 or higher for to bind. When equipped, the Trueshot Bow will improve the agility of the character by 5, spirit by 5, stamina by 5, intellect by 4, and ranged attack power by 12. The Trueshot Longbow does not belong to the more powerful bows in the game. Rather, the Trueshot Bow belongs to the below average performers list of bows in World of Warcraft. True, it only has a speed of 1.90 and could only induce as much as 30.2 damage per second or from 40 to 75 total health damage to its target. The Trueshot Bow was dropped by about 200 other characters in the game including these 50 characters:

  1. Risen Warrior at Scholomance
  2. Eldreth Darter at Dire Maul
  3. Grundig Darkcloud at Thousand Needles
  4. Marduk Blackpool at Schomolance
  5. Hatecrest Warrior at Feralas
  6. Mana Remnant at Dire Maul
  7. Warpwood Stomper at Dire Maul
  8. Splintered skeleton at Scholomance
  9. Brilliant Clayscraper at Thousand Needles
  10. Death Lash at Dire Maul
  11. Sul’lithuz Broodling at Zul’Farrak
  12. Shadowforge Sharpshooter at Uldaman
  13. Scholomance Neophyte at Scholomance
  14. Risen Construct at Scholomance
  15. Stonevault Brawler at Uldaman
  16. Ironbark Protector at Dire Maul
  17. Wastewander Thief at Tanaris
  18. Spectral Tutor at Scholomance
  19. Stonevault Flameweaver at Uldaman
  20. Den Whomper at Thousand Needles
  21. Earthen Sculptor at Uldaman
  22. Vale Screecher at Feralas
  23. Arcane Aberration at Dire Maul
  24. Putrid Gargoyle at Eastern Plaguelands
  25. Scarlet Centurion at Scarlet Monastery
  26. Scarlet Monk at Scarlet Monastery
  27. Unliving Mossflayer at Eastern Plaguelands
  28. Aradne at Western Plaguelands
  29. Dread Weaver at Eastern Plaguelands
  30. Rotting Highborne at Dire Maul
  31. Grimtotem Earthbinder at Dustwallow Marsh
  32. Nether Sorceress at Desolace
  33. Scorchscale Drake at Dustwallow Marsh ad Onyxia’s Lair
  34. Grimtotem Geomancer at Thousand Needles
  35. Scarlet Abbot at Scarlet Monastery
  36. Noxious Assassin at Eastern Plaguelands
  37. Scarlet Commander Marjhan at Eastern Plaguelands
  38. Silithid Ravager at Thousand Needles
  39. Hate Shrieker at Eastern Plaguelands
  40. Grimtotem Marauder at Feralas
  41. Galak Stormer at Thousand Needles
  42. Arcane Feedback at Dire Maul
  43. Subterranean Diemetradon at Maraudon
  44. Wildspawn Hellcaller at Dire Maul
  45. Fel Lash at Dire Maul
  46. Scholomance Student at Scholomance
  47. Skullmage at Eastern Plaguelands
  48. Plagued Hatchling at Scholomance
  49. Unholy Corpuscle at Western Plaguelands
  50. Noxious Plaguebat at Eastern Plaguelands at Plaguelands: The Scarlet Enclave

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