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The crossbow is made of sturdier stuff than your average short bow. It consists of a bow mounted along a stick (called a tiller or stock) and can be maintained in a "fire-ready" position with very little effort. Crossbows have a shorter draw length than most bows, and the heavier ones must be drawn mechanically; however, the resulting weapons force makes this small inconvenience a worthwhile one.

Instead of arrows, crossbows fire bolts (also known as quarrels).

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