World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Bows – Part 5

This is the fifth (5th) part of the articles concentrating on the Bows weapon category in World of Warcraft. Here, you will know some basic specifications of the remaining bows that are yet to be discussed and where and how to get them. This article includes a weapon that is no longer available in World of Warcraft but has once played a significant part in the game. Let us start.

Feeble Shortbow

As the name of the bow says, it is a feeble weapon. This ranged World of Warcraft weapon requires players in the level 8 to use it. It has a speed rating of 1.80 and could only do a very feeble 5.4 health damage per second or from 6 to 13 total damage to its target. The Feeble Shortbow sells for only 1 Gold or 47 Silvers. However, you could also pick this up from several locations as it is also dropped by over 200 characters. These characters and locations include:

  • Mountainfoot Grunt at Azshara
  • Councilman Wihelm at Silverpine Forest
  • Dark Iron Raider at Loch Modan
  • Moonrage Watcher at Silverpine Forest
  • Raging Moonkin at Darkshore
  • Forsaken Infantry at Gilneas City
  • Hogger at Elwynn Forest
  • Riverpaw Miner at Westfall
  • Southsea Mutineer at Northern Barrens
  • Worgen Rusher at Ruins of Gilneas
  • Captain Vachon at Tirisfal Glades
  • Sentinel Leader at Ghostlands
  • Ragefire Shaman at Ragefire Chasm
  • Wrathscale Screamer at Bloodmyst Isle
  • Defias Pathstalker at Westfall
  • Stonesplinter Worker at Loch Modan
  • Greymist Costrunner at Darkshore
  • Retridge Thrasher at Retridge Mountains
  • Hillsbrad Worgen at Silverpine Forest
  • Undead Excavator at The Deadmines
  • Horde Enforcer at Darkshore
  • Kolkar Bloodcharger at Northern Barrens
  • Zapper Gnome at Azshara
  • Tunner Rat Forager at Loch Modan
  • Scarlet Vanguard at Tirisfal Glades
  • Wrathscale Marauder at Bloodmyst Isle
  • Riverpaw Bandit at Westfall
  • Mining Monkey at The Deadmines

 

Fine Longbow

Fine Longbow is quite a nice and subtle bow to use in World of Warcraft. It requires players to be in the 14th level first for it to be used or to even binds. This ranged weapon in WoW has a mediocre speed rating of 2.70 and can only inflict 12.5 health damage per second or from 23 to 44 total damage to its target. You can buy the Fine Longbow for 9 Golds or 72 Silvers from 9 sellers in World of Warcraft. The sellers and their respective locations are:

  • Avette Fellwood at Duskwood
  • Borand at Stonetalon Mountains
  • Cliff Hadin at Loch Modan
  • Nadia Vernon at Silverpine Forest
  • Naela Trance at Wetlands
  • Starn at Thousand Needles
  • Uthrok at Northern Barrens
  • Wallace the Blind at Silverpine Forest
  • William MacGregor at Westfall

 

Fine Shortbow

Like its longbow counterpart, this ranged weapon in WoW does not differ much and is still quite a puny bow. Unlike the longbow though, the Fine Shortbow can be bought for only 6 Golds or 37 Silvers and is available when you are in the 11th level. It has a speed rating of 1.70 and can only inflict 10.8 damage per second or from 12 to 24 total health damage. If you want to try using the Fine Shortbow then you can buy it from these sellers:

  • Abigail Sawyer at Undercity
  • Frederick Stover at Stormwind City
  • Kaja at Orgrimmar
  • Kuna Thunderhorn at Thunder Buff
  • Landria at Darnassus
  • Rallic Finn at Elwynn Forest

 

Golden Bow of Quel’Thalas

The Golden Bow of Quel’Thalas  is a ranged weapon in World of Warcraft that binds to the character when it is picked up. Once it does bind, this weapon will increase the agility of the character by 18 and its stamina by 26. When it is equipped, the Golden Bow of Quel’Thalas will increase the character’s critical strike rating by 25. This weapon is also one of the strongest bows in World of Warcraft in terms of its attack power or damage infliction prowess. The Golden Bow of Quel’Thalas  has a speed rating of 3.00 and can inflict an amazing 140.4 damage per second to its target or a total damage from 294 to 548 health points. You should be in the 70th level to use this bow and have 10 Golds, 98 Silvers, and 51 Bronzes to buy this. Or if you are lucky enough you might find one that has been dropped by either the Grand Warlock Alythess or Lady Sacrolash.

 

Gorewood Bow

The Gorewood Bow is once quite a novelty in World of Warcraft but not anymore. Why? That is because this ranged weapon is no longer available in any server of the world’s most popular and most subscribed game.  But when it was still a part of the game, it is quite a popular bow. It bind when it is equipped and increases the agility of the character by 3 and its stamina by 9 once it binds. It also has a speed rating of 2.50 and can inflict 53.1 damage per second or from 92 to 173 total health damage to its victim. Furthermore, the Gorewood Bow is one of the most durable bows in World of Warcraft. It is related to the Large Brilliant Shard (required level is 55) and is sold for 3 Golds, 86 Silvers, and 48 Bronzes.

 

Grand Marshal’s Bullseye

Grand Marshal’s Bullseye is a ranged weapon that requires players to be in the 60th level for it to bind. Once it binds, the effect will be the increase of the character’s stamina by 7 and the improvement in the ranged attack power by as much as 36 points. The Grand Marshal’s Bullseye has a speed rating of 1.80 and can inflict 77.5 damage per second to its target which is equivalent to 111 to 168 total health damage. It is sold by Lieutenant Jackspring at Stormwind City for 6 Golds. 2 Silvers, and 6 Bronzes. You should know that the Grand Marshal’s Bullseye will be converted to the High Warlord’s Recurve once you have made your shift to being a Horde.

 

Gryphonwing Long Bow

This ranged World of Warcraft weapon ranks above average in the list. It binds to a character once it is equipped. In this event, the Gryphonwing Long Bow will increase the character’s stamina by 4 and its agility by 8. The bow has a speed rating of 2.70 and is one of the most durable bows in the game. Plus, it can do as much as 47.4 damage per second (equivalent to 89 to 167 total health damage) which is not that bad. You should take note that you have to be in the 50th level for you to be able to use this. The Gryphonwin Long Bow sells for 2 Golds, 79 Silvers, and 90 Bronzes. Or, you could just pick this up from more than 114 characters that dropped it. They are:

  • Cyclone Warrior at Silithus
  • Devouring Ooze at Western Plaguelands
  • Chief Prospector Hondo at Blasted Lands
  • Scarshield Lagionnaire at Blackrock Spire
  • Displaced Warp Stalker at Winterspring
  • Scarlet Captain at Plaguelands: The Scarlet Enclave
  • Devilsaur Queen at Un’Goro Crater
  • Shadowforge Senator at Blackrock Depth
  • Drowned Gilnean Sailor at Blasted Lands
  • Gilblin Slasher at Swamp of Sorrows
  • Cursed Atal’ai at Suken Temple
  • Deathclasp at Silithus
  • Ice Avatar at Winterspring
  • Nightmare Whelp at Sunken Temple
  • Scarlet Crusader at Plaguelands: The Scarlet Enclave
  • Shifting Mireglob at Swamp of Sorrows
  • Misty Grell at Swamp of Sorrows
  • Blackrock Necromancer at Burning Steppes
  • Deadwood Avenger at Felwood
  • Elder Diemetradon at Un’Goro Crater
  • Scarshield Acolyte at Blackrock Spire
  • Sawtooth Crocolisk at Swamp of Sorrows

 

Harpyclaw Short Bow

This ranged weapon binds to a character when equipped and requires quite a low level – 27. It has a speed rating of 1.80 and can do a mediocre 26.8 damage per second to its target or from 33 to 63 total damage. The Harpyclaw Short Bow can be bought for 47 Golds and 65 Silvers. It could also be picked up from 100 characters that dropped the weapon in various places. The list includes:

  • Witherheart the Stalker at The Hinterlands
  • Scorpashi Lasher at Desolace
  • Brother Ravenoak at the Stonetalon Mountains
  • Bloodsail Swabby at The Cape of Stranglethorn
  • Putridus Satyr at Maraudon
  • Drysnap Pincer at Desolace
  • Zanzil Witch Doctor at The Cape of Stranglethorn
  • Deviate Terrortooth and the Southern Barrens
  • Taurajo Looter at the Southern Barrens
  • Desiccated Magus at the Western Plaguelands
  • Bristleback Bladewarden at the Southern Barrens
  • Lime Thies at The Cape of Stranglethorn
  • Deeprot Stomper at Maraudon
  • King Bangalash at Northern Stranglethorn
  • Revantusk Hexxer at The Hinterlands
  • Scarlet Trainee at the Scarlet Monastery
  • Hecklefang Scavenger at the Southern Barrens
  • Opengut Behemoth at Wetern Plaguelands
  • Deathstalker Invder at The Hinterlands
  • Dying Kodo at Desolace
  • Hatefury Hellcaller at Desolace
  • Venture Co. Geologist at Northern Stranglethorn
  • Spawn of Shadra at The Hinterlands

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 6
World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Bows Part 7
World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Bows Part 10
World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Bows Part 11