Guided Arrow is very effective in Player vs Player battles.
Guided Arrow is handy when it is difficult to hit a moving enemy (Sand Leapers) or you want to hit an enemy around a corner. Keep in mind that Strafe and Multishot can also get the job done.
Players focused in Strafe or Multishot may wish to use this for single monsters or bosses.
Guided Arrow does not work with Pierce.
Hunting and fighting during the night and in the deepest darkness is a necessary skill to any daughter of the Amazon islands. Devoted disciples of Athulua can, with great difficulty and strict discipline, train themselves to fire their arrows at targets blindly, as if the hand of Athulua herself guided the arrows. As might be imagined, this is an art that the Sisters of the Sightless Eye have long envied and yet have never replicated.
↑Diablo II Manual, page 56. Blizzard Entertainment, 2000.
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