|Damage vs. small||1d2|
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|Base price||60 zm|
A yumi is a type of bow used by samurai. When unidentified, it is a long bow. You should not bash monsters with it, or throw it—instead, wield it in your hands, then throw arrows (or fire them from your quiver).
For non-samurai, a yumi is basically the same as a regular bow. Samurai, however, get the following bonuses:
- +1 to-hit bonus when using a yumi (in addition to their normal bow bonus)
- +1 multishot bonus when firing ya from a yumi
- +1 damage bonus when firing ya from a yumi
Huge japanese bow. Is asymmetric and over two meters tall.
The samurai is highly trained with a special type of bow,
the yumi. Like the ya, the yumi is made of bamboo. With
the yumi-ya, the bow and arrow, the samurai is an extremely
accurate and deadly warrior.