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* It is not to be confused with the [[Spiked Crossbow Bolt]] due to its similarities.
 
* It is not to be confused with the [[Spiked Crossbow Bolt]] due to its similarities.
 
* There is a typo with the Royal Crossbow Bolt where in-game it is called a Spiked Crossbow Bolt instead of a Royal Crossbow bolt.
 
* There is a typo with the Royal Crossbow Bolt where in-game it is called a Spiked Crossbow Bolt instead of a Royal Crossbow bolt.
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Revision as of 02:36, February 1, 2019

Summary

Royal Crossbow Bolts are obtainable items that can be acquired in the Frontier, used as ammunition for the Crossbow. Royal Crossbow Bolts can be purchased from Arbewhy in The Town of Right and Wrong at a price of 150 gold. Other than that, there are no alternative methods of acquiring Royal Crossbow Bolts outside of its main source.

Appearance/Usages

In appearance, the Royal Crossbow Bolt appears to be a collection of three Crossbow Bolts, with its appearance similar to regular Crossbow Bolts except that it has golden spiked tips and more detailed blue feathers on the back.

Royal Crossbow Bolts can stack on top of pre-existing collections of Royal Crossbow Bolts, taking up only one inventory slot. As mentioned previously in the article, the Royal Crossbow Bolt serves as ammunition for the Crossbow.

If the players do not have any usages for it whatsoever, they may sell it to a selling vendor at a price of 100 gold per 'piece'.

Trivia

  • The Royal Crossbow Bolt has other variants that can also be used for the Crossbow as ammunition, such as the Spiked Crossbow Bolt and the Crossbow Bolt.
  • It is not to be confused with the Spiked Crossbow Bolt due to its similarities.
  • There is a typo with the Royal Crossbow Bolt where in-game it is called a Spiked Crossbow Bolt instead of a Royal Crossbow bolt.
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