Arrows were a type of projectile, fired by bows. A normal arrow consisted of a shaft with an arrowhead attached to the front end, with fletchings and a nock at the other.
Some arrows were enchanted in some way so they could deal larger damage, dispel, blind or silence their target.
- Ekaa: a type of arrow that was used by the Iulutiuns to hunt for caribou and other herd animals. Their heads were carved from the antlers of a caribou or deer, while their shafts were carved from bones, and both were covered in numerous hooked barbs.
- Trukaa: a type of arrow that was used by the Iulutiuns to hunt for smaller game. Like the ekaa they were carved from bone, but had a blunt arrowhead in order to minimize damage to the fur of a shot creature.
- Acid arrow
- Arrows of biting
- Arrows of detonation
- Arrows of dire flatulence
- Arrows of dispelling
- Arrows of petrification
- Arrows of second death
- Arrows of slaying
- Arrows of the vampire
- Fire arrows
- Holdfast arrows
- Ice arrows
- Lightning arrows
- Translocation arrows
- Unbreakable arrows
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