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Tailored Quiver  
 


WT: 0.4 Weight Reduction: 22%
Capacity: 6 Size Capacity: MEDIUM
Item Type:Container
Stackable:No
Merchant Value:1 pp 8 gp 0 sp 0 cp
Tribute:2
Submitted By:Chingon Cabron
Lucy Entry By:Kheldar
Updated By:cliffster
Source:Live
Updated:Thu Oct 9th, 2008


Average Price: 5pp Pricing Data...
Rarity: Common
Level to Attain: N/A

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Made through the tailoring skill. Will only hold arrows.
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Uploaded November 27th, 2008
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Cost
# May 22 2004 at 12:48 PM Rating: Decent
5 posts
Does anyone know how much we can sell a Tailored Quiver for? I made a bunch... Wanna sell =-)
Cost
# Oct 05 2007 at 6:37 AM Rating: Decent
30 posts
Since HQ Cat Pelts are so expensive lately (around 100pp!!), you may sell that Quiver from 150pp to 200pp.
#Gundil, Posted: Apr 27 2003 at 5:31 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) looking to buy one of these send a tell on my server
Question
# Dec 19 2002 at 12:57 PM Rating: Decent
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Do you get the hast effect if you have arrows that are not in your quiver? Should I put the quiver in my first or last inventory slot, or will it matter? I ask because I usually attempt 200 arrows at a time and only 140 fit in my quiver and ammo slot, so some arrows end up in my other bags.

-Windream
RE: Question
# Mar 27 2005 at 3:19 AM Rating: Decent
4 posts
I put quiver in first slot simly so when i drop arrows in auto invintory they fill quiver first, saves time moving them latter when you want to loot.
RE: Question
# Jun 13 2004 at 12:43 AM Rating: Decent
15 posts
Quote:
Do you get the hast effect if you have arrows that are not in your quiver?

Your arrows do not have to be in the quiver to get the haste effect. This does not really mean much prior to Endless Quiver, since you will most likely be carrying arrows in the quiver anyway. It also does not matter which inventory position the quiver is in.

Edited, Sun Jun 13 01:43:54 2004
RE: Question
# Apr 01 2003 at 5:44 AM Rating: Good
I think you are on the right track with this. I do the same thing and I did notice that no matter what I carry my extra 100 or so arrows in my weight is the same. I can move the 100 arrows from a BP to a 100% WR bag and no change to my weight! This leads me to believe that the quiver dictates arrow performance (weight, delay, haste, or what ever you want to call it) no matter were they are in your inventory. One other thing I noticed is when I put 20 arrows in my ammo slot, after I use a few, I can go back to my inventory and they have automatically moved from my ammo slot into the first available inventory slot, bag etc, further reinforcing this idea. As for the inventory slot position of the quiver I do not think it makes any difference, though I have not experimented with this.




Edited, Wed Apr 9 00:24:29 2003
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Tadwenai
Half Elf
Pathfinder
Xegony

Master Baker (198), Master Brewer (248 - Trophy), Master Bait'er? (189), Master Begger (174), Master Fletcher (194), Master Smith (162), Master Tailor (142), Master Drunk (200), Master Potter (148)
TAILORED QUIVER
# Jul 16 2001 at 7:03 PM Rating: Decent
3 posts
The recipe for a tailored Quiver is 1 quiver pattern + HQ cat pelt.
Fleeting Quivers
# Jun 04 2001 at 9:34 PM Rating: Default
Ok here is what you need to make one.
Aviak egg oil
HQ Lion pelt
Vial of distilled mana
Griffon feathers
and of course a Fleeting Quiver Pattern

Most likely a mastery of sewing would help.

Daargoh Gee (Lost Souls Of Glaznor)
RE: Fleeting Quivers
# Sep 18 2002 at 5:24 AM Rating: Good
Scholar
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78 posts
A Grand mastery infact... as if I remember rightly it trivials at 222 in tailoring...

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Grabble
Night Elf Hunter
Teranus
RE: Fleeting Quivers
# Jun 06 2001 at 5:06 AM Rating: Default
Where can i get a Aviak Egg Oil?


El Viejo (Ranger 30)
RE: Fleeting Quivers
# Jun 10 2001 at 3:52 PM Rating: Default
well I have seen in brewing there is an item called Acorn Oil... this is by taking an Acorn and a flask of water and combining them in a brewer. I am thinking that the Foraged Aviak Egg and a Flask of Water in a brewer is maybe the way to get this... Can anyone also confirm that the HQ Lion Pelt is actually HQ Lion Skin? I have been killing Lions like mad and the only two HQ Skins I have gotten are HQ Cat Pelt and HQ Lion Skin but no HQ Lion Pelt... Anyway if anyone knows anymore info it would be much appreciated :)
RE: Fleeting Quivers
# Jul 14 2002 at 4:00 AM Rating: Decent
The skin/pelt you get from a highland lion in Northern Karana is the pelt/skin you need for the Fleeting Quiver. The significant term to remember is cat vs lion. You desire the lion for the fleeting quiver and cat for a tailored quiver. I have made quite a few of both, and still have everything but the distilled mana for a couple of more attempts of fleeting quiver.
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Fleeting paterns
# Jun 04 2001 at 9:16 PM Rating: Default
I found the recipe for fleeting quivers in the book how to tailor quivers. I bought the book in FV along with five paterns. The list of stuff is quite long and strange. I will log on and write it down and post agian.
Re: Bows and Pulling
# May 15 2001 at 3:53 PM Rating: Default
Well hun, Bow are not just for pulling. They can be a great asset to a battle especialy if you are soloing. As a Ranger of the 25th season I solo quite efficiently by doing what is called "Arrow Kiteing" I root the mob and make a pin-cushion out of him by plucking him with many arrows. And hitting a mob with 20 arrows at 25 damage a hit with an occasional 50 damage criticle hit can seriously hurt any mob (And remember arrows do not break root like spells do =) Then when the root fades you just clean up with you wurmslayer and Short sword of Morin combo. Of course it does not hurt to be a Daredevil Super Ranger as I try to be <Grins Evily>

---Winterfoxx Snowkitten---
Master Fletcher and Daredevil
Of Eci Server.
amo slot?
# May 15 2001 at 2:23 PM Rating: Default
i've heard that tailor made quivers can fit into your amo slot anyone know if this is true?
RE: amo slot?
# Jun 13 2001 at 1:57 PM Rating: Decent
Not true. :(
Absor replied that it would not be possible to do with the current programming and engine they have available.

Wish it would, that would be awesome.
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72 Ranger
Ancient Fellowship
Xev(ok, Druzzil Ro then)
#Anonymous, Posted: May 15 2001 at 2:23 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) i've heard that tailor made quivers can fit into your amo slot anyone know if this is true?
Well worth it for certain situations
# May 14 2001 at 5:16 AM Rating: Decent
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312 posts
Quivers now add a boost to your attack with a bow. It seems to equal their weight reduction, which means merchant bought quivers add 20% haste, and tailored made quivers add 22%.

If you hunt with a high delay bow, or even a very fast bow, a quiver will speed you up quite a bit.

RE: Well worth it for certain situations
# Oct 21 2002 at 10:20 AM Rating: Default
Actually a few people from Rangers Glade did extensive testing and determined that the bow haste from quivers is equal to weight reduction divided by 3.

This puts the Tailored Quiver (22% WR) at just over 7% bow haste and the Fleeting Quiver (60% WR) at 20% bow haste.

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Tauren Hunter
Uldaman

Kharlkuhlinayn
Warlord of Marr
Luvbunny of Iceblossom
Morell Thule
not worth it ...
# May 08 2001 at 6:38 PM Rating: Decent
5 posts
I personally use a deluxe tool box for my arrows. There is no weight reduction but it is a 10 slot container and sells for about a plat at the gnome igloos in Ice Clad. Plus if need be it can hold giant sized items.
RE: not worth it ...
# Apr 06 2002 at 11:43 AM Rating: Good
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The number of arrows any given container can hold isn't the point of obtaining this quiver, the Thunderhoof quiver or even the Fleeting Quiver. The point is the amount of the reduction in your bow's attack delay that really matters.

Even this regular quiver grants a 22% reduction in your range attack delay which means if it takes you 100 shots and 10 minutes to drop a particular mob using your 'deluxe tool box', I would use those same arrows but be done in about 7. Doesn't seem like much until you sit down to med back up from your snares/roots and i'm already getting up with full mana to take on another one.

Not bashing...just making a point. And to think, the Fleeting Quiver grants 66%! I'd be done in LESS THAN HALF the time you would. :) nice thought, eh?

Edited, Sat Apr 6 11:40:12 2002
RE: not worth it ...
# Sep 21 2002 at 9:32 PM Rating: Decent
Fleeting Quiver is 60% WR.

I am bashing. >=)
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62 Tunarean Warder
Ayonae Ro
Skill
# May 08 2001 at 2:55 PM Rating: Default
Anyone know what how much skill is required to make these?
RE: Skill
# May 11 2001 at 9:34 PM Rating: Default
I just made one after 4 tries at about 28 tailoring.. i know the trivial is high though.. but never the less.. Just go to the karanas and hunt lions and tigeress.. They drop the most HQ that ive come across yet. Good luck.. and you can bet that i will be making more.. Still lookin for the Fleeting Quiver ingredients..
I carry a few patterns for them and tried a bunch of skins.. If anybody would like to make suggestions.. I thinjk we all would be curious what the heck the pattern is for.. I have decided to make a hot button for asking about every npc i come across "What are fleeting quivers" .. never know.. the info is out there somewhere.. or they wouldnt still have the patterns for sale.. I have searched alot, and have found no reference to what goes into it.. Hmmmm what would fleeting have to do with a quiver.. hmmm
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About fleeting quivers...
# May 14 2001 at 5:43 AM Rating: Good
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About a month ago at a fan faire Yakatizma finally confirmed that fleeting quivers are NOT in the game, though adding different kinds of quivers and making them more useful were high on his list. I think fleeting quiver patterns may have since been removed from vendors, though I haven't checked yet myself.

This came after two years with hundreds of people experimenting, trying probably thousands of potential recipes (though I suppose there was a lot of overlap due to lack of communication--still some very thorough experimentation was done).

(Edit: At the time this was true; since I wrote this post fleeting quivers were added. Someone else posted the recipe above.)
Trivials at 115 Tailoring [NT]
# May 09 2001 at 1:44 AM Rating: Default
Bow Speed Increase
# May 08 2001 at 1:51 PM Rating: Default
As of the 5/8/01 patch, the tailored quiver now reduce the delay time on any bow you use.

:)

Shaedoe Danser, Tarew Marr
Preservers of Utopia
Fleeting Quiver
# Apr 21 2001 at 6:55 PM Rating: Decent
1 post
Has anyone managed to tailor one of these yet? I've been attempting for the last 2 months and cannot find the correct recipe. If you've had any luck, or suggestions, your assistance would be greatly appreciated.
ARROWS ONLY!
# Apr 20 2001 at 1:49 PM Rating: Default
My apologies...can hold ONLY arrows, no good for ore or anything else :(

Mistwalk Shadowrunner
Bane of Spiderlings across Norrath
Tailored
# Apr 20 2001 at 1:14 AM Rating: Default
I make these from scratch, and it is a 6 slot, 22% weight reduction. Can only hold med/small items, but is great for those ore runs :)


Mistwalk Shadowrunner
Bane of Spiderlings on Bertoxxolus server
Bought vs tailored
# Apr 19 2001 at 12:55 PM Rating: Default
I haven't actually tailored one of these, but I had a merchant bought regular quiver it had 4 slots and 20% weight reduction. Then I saw and bought a tailored quiver from a vendor. It had 6 slots and 22% weight reduction.
what weight?
# Apr 15 2001 at 3:20 AM Rating: Decent
29 posts
how come the bought version has weight reducton ok it only has 4 slots but ill lose 2 stacks for the 10% weight reduction neday how many arrows can u use pullin neway?
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patience of a mountain
cunning of a river
RE: what weight?
# Nov 28 2001 at 5:25 AM Rating: Decent
How many arrow can you pull with how bout 280+ to take down a Sand Giant in Oasis took him to about 20%life then hand to hand till he died and I crawled to the zone almost dead. At that time lvl 35Ranger.
RE: what weight?
# Jun 09 2001 at 9:27 PM Rating: Default
Depending on the bow and arrow combo, my SK can shoot 3 or even 4 on one mob while backing up. This is without slowing the mob any

Shaitana
13 Shadowknight
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