|A mysterious quiver formed of pure evil and dark matter. Its ethereal existence creates a small implosion of nearby atmosphere when drawn.|
|On Equip||+6 DEF, -2 SPD|
|Effect(s)|| Shots hit multiple targets
Ignores defense of target
Shots pass through obstacles
|Shots||6 (arc gap: 4°)|
|Damage||400–500 (average: 450)|
|Total Damage||2400–3000 (average: 2700)|
|Projectile Speed||16 tile(s)/second|
|Range||10 tiles (true range: 2.84 tile(s))|
|Forging Cost||60 / 160 / 180 / 1560 / 2 / 2 // UT(s)|
|Dismantling Value||15 / 40 / 45|
A powerful quiver that fires 6 shots, all of which ignore the target’s DEF, but with no status effect. If all 6 shots hit, this quiver is one of the best damage abilities in the game. For damage per mana, it’s on-par with the Tablet, better than the Recurring Terror Spell, and better than all other quivers. Even when you don’t hit every shot, it is a powerful ability. The downside is the short true range, lack of status effect, and no DEX boost. It also comes at a minor speed penalty.
You may want to carry around another quiver when a status effect is desired. For example, you can use a tiered quiver to inflict Paralyzed, which can make it easier to hit this quiver’s shots.
As with other Void Entity drops, it can be difficult to get back if lost.
Very dark purple particles trail from the quiver’s arrows.
Before Exalt Version 188.8.131.52 (May 2021), this item gave +2 DEF and -2 SPD, had an arc gap of 8 degrees, an XP bonus of 7%, and did not pass through obstacles.
Before Exalt Version 184.108.40.206 (Mar 2023), this item used to shoot 5 shots and an arc gap of 5 degrees.
|Limited Edition Quivers|