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Epic Bows in Titan Quest - Dexterity Bows

by: Finn Orfano ; edited by: Michael Hartman ; updated: 4/17/2012 • Leave a comment

The epic bows in Titan Quest that are discussed in this part of the series will go over some with the best dexterity that you can find in the game, as well as the requirements and other buffs that go along with it.

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    Part three of this series shows you even more of the epic bows that you can find in the games of Titan Quest and Titan Quest Immortal Throne.

    Hyksos Compound Bow – This is in Titan Quest and it has a very slow speed, 50% piercing, and a damage of 72-80. There are the requirements of a character level of 29, a strength of 119, and a dexterity of 283. It has stat buffs of +30% pierce damage, +39 offensive ability, +10% attack speed, +2 to monster lure, and +28% increase in projectile speed.

    Iaculus – Found in Titan Quest core, this has an average speed, 25% piercing, and 61-67 damage. There are requirements of a strength of 119, a character level of 29, and a dexterity of 283. The stat bonuses are 120-186 poison damage over six seconds, +2 to wood lore, 30% slower movement for three seconds, and +15% poison damage.

    Jade Bow – This is in the Titan Quest core edition and is part of the Pride of the Jade Palace set. It has a very slow speed, 35% piercing, and 48-58 damage. There are requirements of a character level of 24, strength of 77, and a dexterity of 226. There are the stat bonuses of +11% offensive ability, +19 to dexterity, 27% poison resistance, and 96-120 poison damage over six seconds.

    Jeweled Bow – The jeweled bow has requirements of a dexterity of 313, strength of 125, and a character level of 30. There is a very slow speed, 25% piercing, and 88-106 damage. There are stat buffs of 13-23 vitality damage and 15% chance of 1-2 seconds of stun.

    Medjay Bow – This bow is found in Titan Quest and it has requirements of a character level of 32, a strength of 125, and a dexterity of 313. It has a very slow speed, 86-96 damage, and 25% piercing. There are stat bonuses of 19-26 piercing damage, 28% pierce resistance, 22% fire resistance, +22 to dexterity, +47 offensive ability, +25% damage to beasts, and +25% damage to beastmen.

    Meriones’ Bow – Another bow in the core edition of Titan Quest, this has very slow speed, 25% piercing, and a damage of 100-108. There are requirements of a character level of 35, a strength of 129, and a dexterity of 333. It has stat buffs of 31% pierce resistance, +36 to dexterity, +272 to health, +15% attack speed, +2 to marksmanship, and +1 to hunting mastery skills.

    Metal Punch – This bow is in the regular Titan Quest and it has a very slow speed with 25% piercing and 20-30 damage. There are requirements of a character level of 7, a strength of 57, and a dexterity of 96. It has stat bonuses of +26% damage, +32% pierce damage, 20 reduced armor for three seconds, +60 to health, and +2 to puncture shot arrows.

    Nomad’s Hunting Bow – This is in the core Titan Quest game and it has a very slow speed, 25% piercing, and 39-48 damage. The requirements are a character level of 18, a strength of 69, and a dexterity of 174. There are stat buffs of 15% chance of 18-26 vitality damage, +65 to health, +73 to energy, 8% of attack damage converts to health, +8% total speed, and +29% increase in projectile speed.

    Keep in mind that this series is a great way to print out a list of the epic bows and use it to mark off the ones that you have and the ones that you would like to have.

Epic Bows in Titan Quest and Titan Quest Immortal Throne

A five part series showing all the epic bows descriptions for the games of Titan Quest and Titan Quest Immortal Throne.
  1. Epic Bows in Titan Quest - Slow Speed Bows
  2. Epic Bows in Titan Quest - Great Piercing Bows
  3. Epic Bows in Titan Quest - Dexterity Bows
  4. Epic Bows in Titan Quest - Special Ability Bows
  5. Epic Bows in Titan Quest - Elemental and Damage Bows


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