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Needling Shot

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Skill details
Needling Shot
Needling Shot.jpg
Campaign Factions Ranger
Profession Ranger
Attribute Marksmanship
Type Bow Attack
    5 Energy.png ¾ Activation.png 4 Recharge.png

Full: Needling Shot strikes for only 10...26...30 damage and moves faster than normal. If Needling Shot strikes a foe below 50% Health, Needling Shot recharges instantly. Your other attack skills are disabled for 2 seconds.

Concise: Fast-moving arrow. Deals 10...26...30 damage. Recharges instantly if target foe is below 50% Health. Your other attack skills are disabled (2 seconds).

Marksmanship 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21
Damage 10 11 13 14 15 17 18 19 21 22 23 25 26 27 29 30 31 33 34 35 37 38

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Notes[edit | edit source]

  • This skill allows arrows to be fired at a much higher rate than normal, especially on targets under 50% health. Consider using it with skills that trigger on hit such as Choking Gas or stacked damage bonuses.
  • The damage from this skill ignores armor.
  • Although critical hits from this attack deal no extra damage, they act as normal for any other purpose (i.e. Critical Strikes, Disrupting Accuracy, etc).
  • Despite it saying it recharges when it strikes a foe below 50% health, it will recharge if the shot fails to hit as well.
  • The instant recharge applies the moment the arrow is released, not when it hits the target. Thus, if the target heals himself above 50% health while the arrow is in the air, the skill will recharge instantly, and if the target has more than 50% health when the arrow is fired but takes damage that would drop his health below 50% while the arrow is in the air, the skill will take four seconds to recharge.
  • The instant recharge works through the effects of Diversion and other skill-disabling effects.

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