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- Ranger (skill list)
- Short bow
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Daze your foe with an arrow. Stun them if you hit from behind or from the side.
- Damage: 147 (0.4)?
- Damage: 4 (0.01)?
- Daze: 2 seconds
- Stun: 2 seconds
- Combo Finisher: Physical Projectile
- Defiance Break: 400[sic]
- Range: 900
— In-game description
- Farsighted — Ranger weapon skills deal increased strike damage. Damage is further increased for foes above the range threshold.
- Moment of Clarity — Gain an attack of opportunity for you and your pet on interrupting a foe. Daze and stun durations that you inflict last longer. This trait can only grant an attack of opportunity against enemies with defiance bars once per interval.
- Predator's Onslaught — You and your pet deal increased strike damage to disabled, defiant, or movement-impaired foes. Affected conditions are stun, taunt, daze, cripple, fear, immobilize, and chilled.
- Light on your Feet — Damage and condition duration are increased after dodging or using Quick Shot. Short bow skills pierce and gain recharge reduction, and their attacks from behind or while flanking are improved.
- Two-Handed Training — Greatsword and spear skills deal more damage and recharge faster. Gain fury when you disable a foe.
- Ancient Seeds — Striking a stunned, dazed, knocked down, launched, or defiant foe summons roots to entangle them.
- Twice as Vicious — Disabling a foe increases your damage and condition damage for a short duration.
- Debilitating Blows — Disabling a foe applies conditions to that foe based on your current state. Disables include stun, daze, knockback, pull, knockdown, sink, float, launch, taunt, and fear.
- Enhancing Impact — Disabling a foe grants you boons based on your current state. Disables include stun, daze, knockback, pull, knockdown, sink, float, launch, taunt, and fear.
- Fervent Force — Disabling a foe reduces the cooldowns of all your equipped skills. Disables include stun, daze, knockback, pull, knockdown, sink, float, launch, taunt, and fear.
For a detailed skill history, see here.
|February 28, 2022||End of Dragons release:
|July 07, 2020||
|February 25, 2020||Competitive content update:
|April 19, 2016||
|June 25, 2013||
|December 14, 2012||
|August 28, 2012||Game release:
- A Guild Wars skill bears the same name as this skill.