Rangers make excellent archers, dealing out death from a distance with bow or crossbow. Some have focused their efforts on impeding and trapping their enemies. The high precision these rangers bring to the battlefield allows them to control the flow of battle without stepping foot near an adversary. This article offers 19 new ranger exploits to make your bow ranger even deadlier.
When you ready your bow, your opponents know you intend to strike them down if they move through the area you cover or near the ally you protect. Your allies benefit from your skill with the bow as well, since you use every trick shot in the book to give them an advantage.
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