Samurai's Bow Tip and Tricks



  • i made a video for you guys to understand how to use the samurai’s bow with max efficiency :)
    i hope you learn something new
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  • Wow, this video has more views than it deserves. Ranged Weapons 101 would be an exaggeration.



  • In a distance fight where an Archer is facing a melee unit, the time between when that melee unit can close the distance is pretty much like a fight with feints. Archer has to already be aware of his projectile drop and try to read the melee unit’s pattern.

    Low skilled players will of course attempt to walk in a straight line, thus making them a very easy target aslong as the Archer knows his drop compensating, whilst medium skilled will try to move in a quite simular zig-zag pattern, and least but not least; high experienced players will move in very random patterns in order to fool the archer.

    A lot of them occasionally walk side-ways to the left, then suddenly turning to the right then immideantly back to left in case the Archer knows that the player will try to evade being shot whilst moving to the left, and shoot him as soon as he moves to the right, also they occasionally torso bobs, bobbing heir heads up and down all the time, though regardless of that it still leaves their stomach and legs vulerable.

    So, to be a good archer, you have to be good at reading your opponents movement pattern if you are to succed once they are aware of you, best all together is to not let them know you are there at all, cause then they would be walking in straight lines without worrying.



  • @wildwulfy:

    In a distance fight where an Archer is facing a melee unit, the time between when that melee unit can close the distance is pretty much like a fight with feints. Archer has to already be aware of his projectile drop and try to read the melee unit’s pattern.

    Low skilled players will of course attempt to walk in a straight line, thus making them a very easy target aslong as the Archer knows his drop compensating, whilst medium skilled will try to move in a quite simular zig-zag pattern, and least but not least; high experienced players will move in very random patterns in order to fool the archer.

    A lot of them occasionally walk side-ways to the left, then suddenly turning to the right then immideantly back to left in case the Archer knows that the player will try to evade being shot whilst moving to the left, and shoot him as soon as he moves to the right, also they occasionally torso bobs, bobbing heir heads up and down all the time, though regardless of that it still leaves their stomach and legs vulerable.

    So, to be a good archer, you have to be good at reading your opponents movement pattern if you are to succed once they are aware of you, best all together is to not let them know you are there at all, cause then they would be walking in straight lines without worrying.

    Well said man,a good archer also doesn’t get angry on missed shots,if you lose your cool you won’t hit because your mind isn’t clear



  • @wildwulfy:

    In a distance fight where an Archer is facing a melee unit, the time between when that melee unit can close the distance is pretty much like a fight with feints. Archer has to already be aware of his projectile drop and try to read the melee unit’s pattern.

    Low skilled players will of course attempt to walk in a straight line, thus making them a very easy target aslong as the Archer knows his drop compensating, whilst medium skilled will try to move in a quite simular zig-zag pattern, and least but not least; high experienced players will move in very random patterns in order to fool the archer.

    A lot of them occasionally walk side-ways to the left, then suddenly turning to the right then immideantly back to left in case the Archer knows that the player will try to evade being shot whilst moving to the left, and shoot him as soon as he moves to the right, also they occasionally torso bobs, bobbing heir heads up and down all the time, though regardless of that it still leaves their stomach and legs vulerable.

    So, to be a good archer, you have to be good at reading your opponents movement pattern if you are to succed once they are aware of you, best all together is to not let them know you are there at all, cause then they would be walking in straight lines without worrying.

    Well said man,a good archer also doesn’t get angry on missed shots,if you lose your cool you won’t hit because your mind isn’t clear



  • I love all this glamor over the samurai.

    Next, you’ll all tell us about how mentally keen and aware we have to be when the samurai switches to his katana and… eloquently, gracefully cuts down all his foes.

    Jesus fucking Christ.


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