World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Bows –Part 15

So, we have come a long way since the first article but we are not quite done yet. There are just so many bows in World of Warcraft that are worth discussing. Some of these bows are listed and discussed below.

 

Sunfury Bow of the Phoenix

The Sunfury Bow of the Phoenix might as well be the most powerful bow in World of Warcraft if it were not for its lack of random enchantments. It does not mean to say, however, that the Sunfury Bow of the Phoenix will not improve any of the skills or characteristics of the character. It just means that though the Sunfury Bow of the Phoenix is powerful, it is overshadowed by less powerful bows because they bring more to the table than this bow does. The Sunfury Bow of the Phoenix is a humongous looker bow that was added to the game realm in patch 2.0.1. This ranged WoW weapon has an item level of 125 and a required player level of 70. When it is picked up, it binds to the character and increases its agility by 19 points, stamina by 26 points and when it is equipped, it will enhance the character’s attack power by a whopping 34 points. The speed rating of the Sunfury Bow of the Phoenix is 2.90 – a pretty mediocre rate for a bow this powerful. In terms of striking abilities, it can inflict 243 to 453 total damage or 119.9 damage per second to any character unlucky enough to cross its way. You can get the Sunfury Bow of the Phoenix from Prince Malchaezaar at Karazhan.

 

Sunstrider Bow

Now the Sunstrider Bow is the complete opposite of the first mentioned bow in this article. The Sunstrider Bow’s prowess is no match for other bows and would not bring any serious damage to whoever it strikes. This weapon was added in patch 2.0.1 for use of characters in the Horde side. This level 5 item has, in essence, no impact at all to its target (except when the target is so weak). The Sunstrider Bow has a speed rating f 2.30 and could only give as much as 2.7 damage per second or 4 to 9 total health damage to its target. The Sunstrider Bow is a reward from the quest “Felendren the Banished” requiring players to be only in the 1st level. Additional information: the auto-accept quest will give you 560 experience points.

 

Sylvan Shortbow

Sylvan Shotbow was added to the game realm of World of Warcraft in patch 1.11.1. Its Vendor Price is 7 Gold, 88 Silver, and 29 Bronze with a buyout price of 7 Gold , 91 Silver, and 53 Bronze. As usual with shortbows, the Sylvan Shortbow brings no serious threat to its target thought it can still strike a particularly nasty wound to anyone who dares question its prowess. The Sylvan Shortbow has a speed rating of 2.00 and could inflict just 38.1 damage per second or from 53 to 100 total health damage. The item level of the Sylvan Shortbow is 49 and it requires level 44 players. Lastly, the Sylvan Shortbow is sold by 7 characters in the game:

  1. Brain Terrel at Twilight Highlands
  2. Cahill at Balde’s Edge Mountains
  3. Cawind Trueaim at Feralas
  4. Ciana at Felwood
  5. Landria at Darnassus
  6. Narianna at Moonglade
  7. Talu Frosthool at Howling Fjord

 

Talbuk Hunting Bow

Added to the game via patch 2.0.1, the Talbuk Hunting Bow is quite a force to be reckoned with. Not only is this ranged weapon powerful in terms of damaging its target, it also enhances a lot of the skills and characteristics of its host character. The Talbuk Hunting Bow has 105 item level but requires players to be at least at level 65 to use it. It binds when equipped and will then improve the character’s agility by 15, intellect by 15, spirit by 15, stamina by 15, hit rating by 7, and critical strike rating by 7. Moreover, the Talbuk Hunting Bow is written t have 2.70 speed rating which is on average. It can inflict 72.7 damage per second or from 137 to 356 damage to its enemy. One hit from this bow and the target could be in serious trouble. This weapon was dropped by 94 characters including:

  • Dorgok at Blade’s Edge Mountains
  • Bloodmaul Battle Worg at Blade’s Edge Mountians
  • Makazradon at Shadowmoon Valley
  • Auchenai Necromancer at Auchenai Crypts
  • Cohlien Frostweaver at Netherstorm
  • Boulderfist Mage at Nagrand
  • Time-Lost Scryer at Sethekk Halls
  • Bloodmaul Warlock at Blade’s Edge Mountains
  • Durnholde Warden at Old Hillsbrad Foothills
  • Ethereal Spellbinder at Mana-Tombs
  • Raging Skeleton at Auchenai Crypts
  • Arcatraz Warder at The Arcatraz
  • Living Cyclone at Nagrand and Hellfire Ramparts
  • Crystal Flayer at Blade’s Edge Mountains
  • Sunfury Centurion at Netherstorm
  • Avian Ripper at Sethekk Halls
  • Warmaul Brute at Nagrand
  • Agitated Orc Spirit at Nagrand
  • Durnholde Veteran at Old Hillsbrad Foothills
  • Daggermaw Lashtail at Blade’s Edge Mountains
  • Nexus Stalker at Mana-Tombs
  • Auchenai Initiate at Terokkar Forest
  • Cobalt Serpent at Sethekk Halls
  • Darkwater Crocolisk at The Black Morass
  • Disembodied Protector at Netherstorm
  • Wyrmcult Hewer at Blade’s Edge Mountains

 

Taut Compound Bow

The Taut Compound Bow is a very simple and very basic bow. Its item level is 31 and requires a player level 26. Its speed rating ticks at 2.50 and could only induce 12.7 damage per second or from 22 to 42 total damage to its target. However, as simple and as basic as it is, the Taut Compound Bow is still one of the more durable bows in the whole game. Taut Compound Bow was dropped by over 200 characters (including NPCs) in the game; the list includes:

  • Swampwalker at the Swamp of Sorrows
  • Kotonga at The Hinterlands
  • Stonevault Basher at Badlands and Uldaman
  • Scarlet Adept at Scarlet Monastery
  • Opengut Behemoth at Western Plaguelands
  • Deeprot Tangler at Maraudon
  • The Ravenian at Western Plaguelands
  • Kolkar Windchaser at Desolace
  • Primal Torntusk at The Hinterlands
  • Coast Crawl Snapclaw at Feralas
  • Scarlet Chaplain at Scarlet Monastery
  • Deeprot Stomper at Maraudon
  • Roogug at Razorfen Kraul
  • Murk Thresher at Dustwallow Marsh
  • Stonevault Brawler at Uldaman
  • Vilebranch Aman’zasi Guard at The Hinterlands
  • Rattlegore at Western Plaguelands
  • Shadowforge Archaeologist at Uldaman
  • Long John Copper at The Cape of Stranglethorn
  • Sentry Point Guard at Dustwallow Marsh
  • Scarlet Champion at Scarlet Monastery
  • Scarlet Wizard at Scarlet Monastery
  • Scarlet Defender at Scarlet Monastery
  • Scarlet Guardsman at Scarlet Monastery
  • Stonevault Oracle at Uldaman
  • Stonevault Cave Lurker at Uldaman
  • Earthen Sculptor at Uldaman
  • Death’s Head Priest at Razrofen Kraul
  • Shadowforge Relic Hunter at Uldaman
  • Lord Maldazzar at Western Plaguelands
  • Doomwarder Captain at Desolace
  • Scarlet Sorcerer at Scarlet Monastery
  • Razorfen Earthbreaker at Razorfen Kraul
  • Celebrian Dryad at Maraudon
  • Sister of Celebras at Maraudon
  • Saltscale Forager at Northern Stranglethorn
  • Death’s Head Sage at Razorfen Kraul
  • Deathstalker Invader at The Hinterlands
  • Alliance Fox Hunter at Western Plaguelands
  • Mok’rash the Cleaver at The Cape of Stranglethorn
  • Sweet Gary Guns at The Cape of Stranglethorn
  • Bloodsail Corsair at The Cape of Stranglethorn
  • Brashtide Raider at The Cape of Stranglethorn
  • Razorfen Groundshaker at Razorfen Kraul

 

Telaari Longbow

This bow might look very fluid and cool but it is actually feisty. Telaari Longbow was added to the game realm via patch 2.0.1 as a level 87 item requiring players to be in level 59 or higher for it to be used. When it is equipped, Telaari Longbow brings many random enchantments to the character including the increase in its agility by 12, intellect by 12, spirit by 12, stamina by 18, strength by 12, attack power by 24, hit rating by 6, and critical strike rating by 6. Telaari Longbow also has a speed rating of 2.70 (similar to other bows with its kind of power). It can inflict as much as 60.9 damage per second or from 115 to 214 total health damage to its target enemy. However, Telaari Longbow is not the most durable of all weapons so you should be careful when using it. This weapon was dropped by 91 characters including:

  • Felguard Brute at The Blood Furnace
  • Bonechewer Beastmaster at Hellfire Ramparts
  • Arch Mage Xintor at Hellfire Peninsula
  • Bleeding Hollow Archer at Hellfire Ramparts
  • Bleeding Hollow Scryer at Hellfire Ramparts
  • Shadowmoon Warlock at The Blood Furnace
  • Bogstrok at The Slave Pens
  • Ango’rosh Shaman at Zangarmarsh
  • Coilfang Observer at The Slave Pens
  • Laughing Skull Rogue at The Blood Furnace
  • Rogue Voidwalker at Hellfire Peninsula
  • Bogstrok Crusher at Zangarmarsh
  • Umbrafen Oracle at Zangarmarsh
  • Nascent Fel Orc at The Blood Furnace
  • Shienor Talonite at Terokkar Forest
  • Underbog Lurker at The Underbog
  • Dampscale Basilick at Terokkar Forest
  • Laughing Skull Warden at The Blood Furnace
  • Vazruden the Herald at Hellfire Ramparts
  • Wrekt Slave at Zangarmarsh

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
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