|A bow fashioned from living coral found only in the deepest ocean trenches. It is the favored weapon of those that inhabit the realms beneath the waves.|
|Shots||2 (arc gap: 9°)|
|Damage||60–80 (average: 70 / total: 140)|
|Projectile Speed||18.5 tiles/second|
|Range||7.77 tiles (true range: 6.35 tiles)|
|Effect(s)||Shots hit multiple targets|
|Rate of Fire||125%|
|Forging Cost||45 / 90 / 400 / 1|
|Dismantling Value||15 / 30|
|Drops From||Thessal the Mermaid Goddess
Mighty Quest Chest
|Obtained Through||Current offers on RealmEye’s trading pages|
|Obtained Through||Grand Bazaar ( 5175 / 575)|
The Coral Bow is the among the most widely-used bows, often considered a direct upgrade from the Bow of Covert Havens. This is due to its longer true range than tiered bows (5.71 tiles compared to 3.56 for tiered bows) as well as only slightly less DPS than the Covert when all shots hit. Its higher projectile speed also makes it easier to hit moving targets.
Coral Bow is often carried in partnership with the Doom Bow - the Doom Bow being used for tackling bosses and high DEF enemies, and the Coral Bow for everything else.
The Thousand Shot is an alternative middle-ground bow with slightly higher DPS than the Coral Bow. It has a single stream of fire, meaning with good aim your true range is a generous 7.59 tiles. The Thousand Shot is, however, harder to obtain.
If one desires more clearing potential and DPS at the same time, the Bow of Deep Enchantment can provide better DPS than even the Bow of the Void until 33 DEF, assuming you can reliably hit all 3 shots. However, due to the difficulty of acquiring such an item, (dropping from Oryx’s Sanctuary, the hardest dungeon in the game) almost all players will have to resort to more mediocre options.
Before Patch X.33.1.0 (May 2020), this item had a Feed Power of 1,200.
Before Exalt Version 188.8.131.52 (Aug 2021), this item was soulbound.
Before Exalt Version 184.108.40.206 (Aug 2021), this item had a 10° arc gap and a true range of 5.71.
|Limited Edition Bows|