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** Because of the way many fabric-bsed ballistic vests work, sharp-edged projectiles like crossbow bolts or arrows can pierce them.

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** Because of the way many fabric-bsed fabric-based ballistic vests work, sharp-edged projectiles like crossbow bolts or arrows can pierce them.
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** Rodimus Prime as well, though he uses EnergyBow.

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** Rodimus Prime as well, though he uses an EnergyBow.
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* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' has used a crossbow on occasion, though [[JustifiedTrope justified]] in that her vampires are ImmuneToBullets.

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* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' has used a crossbow on occasion, though [[JustifiedTrope justified]] in that her vampires are ImmuneToBullets.ImmuneToBullets, as well as the fact that wooden crossbow bolts qualify as a "stake through the heart".
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** The TrickArrow powerset stacks its powers into the most powerful debuffing set in the game, making it highly desired against GiantMonsters and Arch Villains.
* When placed in a FirstPersonShooter, the bow or crossbow can be counted on to be as powerful as a sniper rifle, such as the scoped crossbow in the ''VideoGame/HalfLife'' series, which uses tranquilizer darts meant for large animals or red-hot lengths of iron rebar for bolts. Both are extremely deadly against mostly anything Gordon Freeman comes to face.

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** The TrickArrow powerset stacks its powers into the most powerful debuffing set in the game, making it highly desired against GiantMonsters Giant Monsters and Arch Villains.
* When placed in a FirstPersonShooter, the bow or crossbow can be counted on to be as powerful as a sniper rifle, such as the scoped crossbow in the ''VideoGame/HalfLife'' series, which uses tranquilizer darts meant for large animals (in the first game) or red-hot lengths of iron rebar (in ''2'' and on) for bolts. Both are extremely deadly against mostly anything Gordon Freeman comes to face.



* The Sniper of ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'' can use a bow and arrow instead of his SniperRifle. The bow has slightly lower maximum damage, but [[ChargedAttack charges to maximum damage]] much faster than the gun in question. It fires in an arc and there's a definite delay between the arrow leaving the bow and landing on the target, so using it successfully is seen as a matter of luck rather than skill. The "arrows from nowhere" bit is averted, as he can only carry about half as many arrows as sniper rifle rounds.
** The Medic can equip a Crossbow (with [[HealingShiv healing bolts]]). There's only one shot per clip but it reloads so quickly, is more accurate, and [[RuleOfCool looks so much cooler]] than the Syringe Gun that it's worth it.

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* The ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2''
** Instead of his SniperRifle, the
Sniper of ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'' can use the Huntsman, a bow and arrow instead of his SniperRifle. arrow. The bow has slightly lower maximum damage, but [[ChargedAttack charges to maximum damage]] much faster than the gun in question.rifle. It fires in an arc and there's a definite delay between the arrow leaving the bow and landing on the target, so using it successfully is seen as a matter of luck rather than skill. The "arrows from nowhere" bit is averted, as he can only carry about half as many arrows as sniper rifle rounds.
** The Medic can equip a the Crusader's Crossbow (with [[HealingShiv healing bolts]]). There's only one shot per clip but it reloads so quickly, its reload is more accurate, quick and [[RuleOfCool looks so much cooler]] than the Syringe Gun that it's worth it.its accuracy.



* In ''VideoGame/ChronoTrigger'', Marle uses a crossbow and Lucca a gun. Somewhat justified in that Lucca's an inventor, but then there's the fact that every shop seems to sell guns for Lucca, the party time travel to the future where guns are common, and it's not particularly likely that archery is a part of Marle's princess training. (Of course, it helps that Marle's a RebelliousPrincess, and ''Japanese'' princesses were often trained in bow archery for both self defense and character building reasons.)

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* In ''VideoGame/ChronoTrigger'', Marle uses a crossbow and Lucca crossbow[[note]]mistranslated as a gun. Somewhat justified "bow"[[/note]] in that Lucca's an inventor, but then there's the fact that every shop seems to sell guns for Lucca, the party time travel to the future where guns are common, and it's not particularly likely that archery is a part of Marle's princess training. (Of course, it helps that Marle's a RebelliousPrincess, and ''Japanese'' combat. It makes sense, as real Japanese princesses were often trained in bow archery for both self defense self-defense and character building reasons.)character-building reasons. She's not afraid of [[PistolWhipping using it as a blunt weapon]] against any enemy that's too close to shoot at.



* The advertising campaign for ''VideoGame/{{Crysis}} 3'', a game set in 2047, puts quite a lot of emphasis on the new bow weapon and its arsenal of {{Trick Arrow}}s.
** Somewhat justified, in this case, as it's the one weapon that Prophet can use while cloaked.

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* The advertising campaign for ''VideoGame/{{Crysis}} 3'', a game set in 2047, puts quite a lot of emphasis on the new bow weapon and its arsenal of {{Trick Arrow}}s.
** Somewhat justified,
Arrow}}s. Justified, in this case, as it's the one weapon that Prophet can use while cloaked.



* In ''Videogame/{{Warframe}}'' the Tenno are avid users of bows, albeit ones often [[EnhancedArchaicWeapon equipped with fancy tech]] to make the arrows deadlier or fly faster than normally possible. Their usage is justified in that the Tenno fought against enemies that could corrupt most high-tech weaponry, which bows and low-tech percussion rifles were immune or highly resistant to. Bows are completely silent, deal monstrous amounts of damage, can use a variety of {{Trick Arrow}}s, and often come with innate [[OneHitPolykill punch-through power]].

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* In ''Videogame/{{Warframe}}'' the ''Videogame/{{Warframe}}''
** The
Tenno are avid users of bows, albeit ones often [[EnhancedArchaicWeapon equipped with fancy tech]] to make the arrows deadlier or fly faster than normally possible. Their usage is justified in that the Tenno fought against enemies that could corrupt most high-tech weaponry, which bows and low-tech percussion rifles were immune or highly resistant to. Bows are completely silent, deal monstrous amounts of damage, can use a variety of {{Trick Arrow}}s, and often come with innate [[OneHitPolykill punch-through power]].



* A large number of enemy {{Mooks}} in ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil4'' and ''[[VideoGame/ResidentEvil5 5]]'' use crossbows with [[ArrowsOnFire flaming arrows]] as primary ranged weapons. In ''4'' this somewhat makes sense as the first two parts of the game take place in an isolated village and a centuries-old castle, but it still carries on in the final third which is on a modern military base and other enemies [[SchizoTech use electrified rods and gatling guns]]. Likewise in ''5,'' the crossbows are used in the opening parts of the game in a dilapidated shanty town, and ultimately gets averted in the final part of the game which takes part in an ElaborateUndergroundBase where the enemies are armed with [[CoolGuns AK-74s and RPG-7s]].
** In the ''Mercenaries'' mode of both games, Krauser and Sheva (in an alternate costume) use longbows as their primary weapons.

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* A large number ''Franchise/ResidentEvil''
** Claire can find and make good use
of enemy {{Mooks}} a crossbow (Bowgun) in both ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil2'' and ''VideoGame/ResidentEvilCodeVeronica''.
*** In ''2'' it behaves kind of like Leon's shotgun, firing three bolts in a lateral spread and loading six shots total, and is silent enough to confuse a Licker (it'll home in on any gunfire it hears).
*** In ''Code: Veronica'' it behaves differently, [[BottomlessMagazines fitting all the ammo in it at once]] and [[AutomaticCrossbows behaving like a semi-automatic handgun]] [[AnnoyingArrows with weak damage per shot]], though it fires them so fast, plus the need for only one inventory slot, make it a worthy weapon to have. You can combine arrows with gunpowder as well for considerably more damage.
**
''VideoGame/ResidentEvil4'' and ''[[VideoGame/ResidentEvil5 5]]'' use crossbows with [[ArrowsOnFire flaming arrows]] as primary has a few. [[NoArcInArchery In none of them do the arrows arc at any distance]].
*** Regular
ranged weapons. In ''4'' this somewhat {{Mooks}} carry two-shot crossbows, loaded with ArrowsOnFire. It sort of makes sense sense, as the first two parts of the game take place in an isolated village and a centuries-old castle, but it still carries on though in the military-like island base comprising the final third which is on a modern military base of the game that also features [[GatlingGood rotary autocannons and other enemies miniguns]] and [[StaticStunGuns electrical stun rods]], [[SchizoTech use electrified rods it gets kind of strange]]. The "on fire" part seems to be only to [[RuleOfPerception make them and gatling guns]]. Likewise in ''5,'' the arrows themselves visible at a distance]].
*** Ada gets access to a bowgun for herself, operated as slowly you'd expect a normal crossbow. The main advantage of it is that [[TrickArrow the bolts are explosive]], with about the same power as a hand grenade.
*** In Mercenaries mode, you can play as Krauser. His only ranged weapon is a compound bow as powerful as a SniperRifle.
** ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil5 5''
*** The
crossbows are used with [[ArrowsOnFire flaming arrows]] make a comeback in the opening parts of the game in a dilapidated shanty town, and ultimately gets averted town.
*** The wetlands tribesmen
in the final second part of the game which takes part in an ElaborateUndergroundBase where the enemies are armed use regular bows fitted with [[CoolGuns AK-74s and RPG-7s]].
** In the ''Mercenaries'' mode of both games, Krauser and
explosive arrowheads.
***
Sheva (in an alternate costume) use longbows as their primary weapons.can herself get into the archery business with the unlockable Longbow bonus weapon, that behaves just like Krauser's bow except the arrows arc at range and there's no aiming reticle of any kind, so drawing a bead is quite difficult. In Mercenaries mode, if she's in the Tribal costume, she plays a lot like Krauser.



* ''VideoGame/{{Contagion}}'' has both a crossbow and a compound bow. Reusable ammo, powerful shots[[note]]zombies take more than 15 bullets to the body to die in higher difficulties; three arrows to the body kill them[[/note]] and almost totally silent operation are ''very'' useful in a ZombieApocalypse, and indeed [[DifficultButAwesome they are excellent weapons once you get past the initial difficulty of aiming compared to guns]]. A skilled user is ''deadly'' against zombie and human opponent alike, and can clear out vast expanses of the map without attracting any attention, and indeed only really has to switch out in the finales of a map when the hordes come, as the slow operation and low ammo capacity of the archery weapons make them impractical and their inherent stealth is worthless because [[TheAllSeeingAI the walkers know exactly where you are at any given moment]].
* ''VideoGame/SevenDaysToDie'' has both a wooden bow and a crossbow. They're not the fastest or strongest weapons out there, but by far they're the most practical, especially early on. Both can be fitted with arrows/bolts of different heads with different effects (stone for bleeding [=DoT=], iron for damage, steel for even more damage and a base for crafting the very powerful [[ArrowsOnFire fiery arrows]] and [[StuffBlowingUp explosive bolts]]), the weapons and their respective ammo are very easy and fast to craft, ''and'' it feeds off (and therefore increases) Weapon Smithing, the same skill that dictates the crafting of melee weapons[[note]]in fact, crafting lots and lots of arrows is a worthwhile way to {{Level Grind|ing}} that doesn't leave you with a lot of junk to discard - they don't depend on a quality level[[/note]]. If that wasn't enough, they're quite silent, being totally inaudible to zombies and difficult for other players to hear at any appreciable distance, which allows for a good streak of stealth kills. A skilled player can do a run through the city biome (the most zombie-riddled one) just fine with a poor crossbow and a good stock of stone bolts.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Contagion}}'' has both a scoped crossbow and a compound bow. Reusable ammo, powerful shots[[note]]zombies take more than 15 bullets to the body to die in higher difficulties; three arrows to the body kill them[[/note]] and almost totally silent operation are ''very'' useful in a ZombieApocalypse, and indeed [[DifficultButAwesome they are excellent weapons once you get past the initial difficulty of aiming compared to guns]]. A skilled user is ''deadly'' against zombie and human opponent alike, and can able to clear out vast expanses of the map without attracting any attention, and indeed only really has to switch out in the finales of a map when the hordes come, as the slow operation and low ammo capacity of the archery weapons make them impractical and their inherent stealth is worthless because [[TheAllSeeingAI the walkers know exactly where you are at any given moment]].
* ''VideoGame/SevenDaysToDie'' has both a three archery weapons: the wooden bow, the crossbow, and the compound bow. All three operate in total silence, not alerting nearby zombies and being hard to hear by players, and do decent-to-devastating damage per shot depending on what ammo you load them with. The wooden bow is the first ranged weapon you're likely to get for yourself (the tutorial missions tell you how to craft it) and a crossbow. They're not the fastest or strongest weapons out there, it's piss-easy to craft, but by far they're the most practical, especially early on. Both can be fitted isn't particularly powerful even with arrows/bolts of high-tier ammunition; the crossbow uses a different heads ammo type (bolts instead of arrows) and requires a schematic to be made, but it's easier to handle, has way more stopping power and can be loaded with different effects (stone for bleeding [=DoT=], iron for damage, steel for even more damage and a base for crafting the very powerful [[ArrowsOnFire fiery arrows]] and [[StuffBlowingUp explosive bolts]]), ammunition; and finally, the weapons and their respective ammo are very easy and fast compound bow, the late-game option, is divided in parts like all firearms, needs the schematic to craft, be put together ''and'' it feeds off (and therefore increases) Weapon Smithing, can only accept steel or flaming arrows, but it's the same skill that dictates the crafting of melee weapons[[note]]in fact, crafting lots and lots of arrows is a worthwhile way to {{Level Grind|ing}} that doesn't leave you with a lot of junk to discard - they don't depend on a quality level[[/note]]. If that wasn't enough, they're quite silent, being totally inaudible to zombies and difficult for other players to hear at any appreciable distance, which allows for a good streak of stealth kills. A skilled player can do a run through the city biome (the most zombie-riddled one) just fine with a poor crossbow potent of the three and a good stock of stone bolts.the easiest to aim, as it has an actual sight.



* Bows and arrows are regularly seen alongside guns and grenades in ''[[NexusWar Nexus Clash]]'' owing to the UrbanFantasy of the setting and the fact that some of the [[AnotherDimension Planes of Existence]] visited in the series aren't part of the modern world. The [[AscendedDemon Redeemed]] in particular has supernaturally good skill with a bow that allow them to match all but the most capable users of firearms.
* ''VideoGame/{{Metro 2033}}'' and ''VideoGame/MetroLastLight'' feature the [[Film/VanHelsing Helsing]], a pneumatically-driven revolver arrowgun. It is quiet to HollywoodSilencer levels, powerful in the proper pressure level (one-shots an armored human on a bodyshot) and absurdly so when overpressurized (on harder difficulties it can kill a [[BossInMooksClothing Black Librarian]] in little more than a full reload), and the arrows can be retrieved for later use. The downsides are that its pressure gauge is hard to read at a glance, it's very slow to fire, and unlike most of the trope's examples, it's pretty inaccurate at longer ranges, so much so that a scope is next-to-useless on it.

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* Bows and arrows are regularly seen alongside guns and grenades in ''[[NexusWar ''[[VideoGame/NexusWar Nexus Clash]]'' owing to the UrbanFantasy of the setting and the fact that some of the [[AnotherDimension Planes of Existence]] visited in the series aren't part of the modern world. The [[AscendedDemon Redeemed]] in particular has supernaturally good skill with a bow that allow them to match all but the most capable users of firearms.
* ''VideoGame/{{Metro 2033}}'' and ''VideoGame/MetroLastLight'' feature the [[Film/VanHelsing Helsing]], a pneumatically-driven revolver arrowgun. It is quiet to HollywoodSilencer levels, powerful in the proper pressure level (one-shots an armored human on a bodyshot) and absurdly so when overpressurized (on harder difficulties it can kill a [[BossInMooksClothing Black Librarian]] in little more than a full reload), reload if it's overpressurized at the start), and the arrows can be retrieved for later use. The downsides are that its pressure gauge is hard to read at a glance, it's very slow to fire, and unlike most of the trope's examples, it's pretty inaccurate at longer ranges, so much so that a scope is next-to-useless on it.
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* "[[http://www.wwiihistorymagazine.com/2005/july/col-profiles.html Fighting Jack]]" [[JackChurchill Churchill]] fought with [[BowAndSwordInAccord a bow and a claymore]] in World War 2. He's thus the only person to have made a confirmed kill with a bow in said war.
* Modern crossbows are gaining some currency among police and special forces for a number of reasons: because of the way many ballistic vests work, subsonic weaponry like crossbow bolts or arrows can pierce them; they're not nearly as loud and can make for a silent kill if need be; they have more nonlethal ammo options; and they can be fired at a target with a bomb strapped to them without risk of detonation, a real concern with suicide bombers today.

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* "[[http://www.wwiihistorymagazine.com/2005/july/col-profiles.html Fighting Jack]]" [[JackChurchill Churchill]] Churchill fought with [[BowAndSwordInAccord a bow and a claymore]] in World War 2. He's thus the only person to have made a confirmed kill with a bow in said war.
* Modern crossbows are gaining some currency among police and special forces for a number of reasons: because reasons.
** Because
of the way many fabric-bsed ballistic vests work, subsonic weaponry sharp-edged projectiles like crossbow bolts or arrows can pierce them; they're them.
** They're
not nearly as loud as most service weapons, and can make for a more-or-less silent kill if need be; they be.
** They
have more nonlethal [[TrickArrow ammo options; and they options]].
** They
can be fired at a target with a bomb strapped to them without with much less risk of detonation, a real concern with suicide bombers today.today.
** When assaulting places with flammable or explosive materials like oil terminals, chemical factories, ammo dumps, etc., there's no muzzle flash to ignite fumes or vapors, and the risk of a [[BulletSparks projectile spark]] that can do the same is zero instead of very small.
** The high weight and low velocity of the arrows make them less likely to ricochet than bullets.
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* ''VideoGame/{{Contagion}}'' has both a crossbow and a compound bow. Reusable ammo, powerful shots and almost totally silent operation are ''very'' useful in a ZombieApocalypse, and indeed [[DifficultButAwesome they are excellent weapons once you get past the initial difficulty of aiming compared to guns]]. A skilled user is ''deadly'' against zombie and human opponent alike, and can clear out vast expanses of the map without attracting any attention.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Contagion}}'' has both a crossbow and a compound bow. Reusable ammo, powerful shots shots[[note]]zombies take more than 15 bullets to the body to die in higher difficulties; three arrows to the body kill them[[/note]] and almost totally silent operation are ''very'' useful in a ZombieApocalypse, and indeed [[DifficultButAwesome they are excellent weapons once you get past the initial difficulty of aiming compared to guns]]. A skilled user is ''deadly'' against zombie and human opponent alike, and can clear out vast expanses of the map without attracting any attention.attention, and indeed only really has to switch out in the finales of a map when the hordes come, as the slow operation and low ammo capacity of the archery weapons make them impractical and their inherent stealth is worthless because [[TheAllSeeingAI the walkers know exactly where you are at any given moment]].
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* Justified in ''Film/TheAvengers2012''. Clint Barton, aka Hawkeye, uses a bow because his variety of [[TrickArrow arrow heads]] come with secondary functions that a bullet could never have, such as explosive, second stage projectile, and grappling. Barton is also an impeccable shot with his bow, as shown by him casually hitting a moving target [[OffhandBackhand while looking the other way.]] He does use a sidearm in the beginning of the film however, and eventually runs out of arrows during the assault on New York.

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* Justified in ''Film/TheAvengers2012''. Clint Barton, aka Hawkeye, uses a bow because his variety of [[TrickArrow arrow heads]] come with secondary functions that a bullet could never have, such as explosive, second stage projectile, and grappling. Barton is also an impeccable shot with his bow, as shown by him casually hitting a moving target [[OffhandBackhand while looking the other way.]] way]]. He does use a sidearm in the beginning of the film however, and eventually runs out of arrows during the assault on New York.



* In ''Literature/TheGirlFromTheMiraclesDistrict'', Robin uses a crossbow despite guns being readily available, likely because it's quieter [[spoiler:and as an immortal creature, he likely has more proficiency with it than he would with a gun.]]

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* In ''Literature/TheGirlFromTheMiraclesDistrict'', Robin uses a crossbow despite guns being readily available, likely because it's quieter [[spoiler:and as an immortal creature, he likely has more proficiency with it than he would with a gun.]]gun]].



* A large number of enemy {{Mooks}} in ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil4'' and ''[[VideoGame/ResidentEvil5 5]]'' use crossbows with [[ArrowsOnFire flaming arrows]] as primary ranged weapons. In ''4'' this somewhat makes sense as the first two parts of the game take place in an isolated village and a centuries-old castle, but it still carries on in the final third which is on a modern military base and other enemies [[SchizoTech use electrified rods and gatling guns.]] Likewise in ''5,'' the crossbows are used in the opening parts of the game in a dilapidated shanty town, and ultimately gets averted in the final part of the game which takes part in an ElaborateUndergroundBase where the enemies are armed with [[CoolGuns AK-74s and RPG-7s.]]

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* A large number of enemy {{Mooks}} in ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil4'' and ''[[VideoGame/ResidentEvil5 5]]'' use crossbows with [[ArrowsOnFire flaming arrows]] as primary ranged weapons. In ''4'' this somewhat makes sense as the first two parts of the game take place in an isolated village and a centuries-old castle, but it still carries on in the final third which is on a modern military base and other enemies [[SchizoTech use electrified rods and gatling guns.]] guns]]. Likewise in ''5,'' the crossbows are used in the opening parts of the game in a dilapidated shanty town, and ultimately gets averted in the final part of the game which takes part in an ElaborateUndergroundBase where the enemies are armed with [[CoolGuns AK-74s and RPG-7s.]]RPG-7s]].



* ''WebComic/MagickChicks'': {{Justified}} in the case of Callista Archer, who's the captain of Artemis Academy's Archery Club. As such, she has the distinction of being [[http://www.magickchicks.com/strips-mc/deadeye the best shot at the school]] and she [[http://www.magickchicks.com/strips-mc/confusing_my_hormones has the trophies to prove it.]]

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* ''WebComic/MagickChicks'': {{Justified}} in the case of Callista Archer, who's the captain of Artemis Academy's Archery Club. As such, she has the distinction of being [[http://www.magickchicks.com/strips-mc/deadeye the best shot at the school]] and she [[http://www.magickchicks.com/strips-mc/confusing_my_hormones has the trophies to prove it.]]it]].



* Riley from ''AudioPlay/WereAlive'' was trained as a pro archer and prefers to use a bow since it's quiet and doesn't alert the [[ZombieApocalypse zombies.]]

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* Riley from ''AudioPlay/WereAlive'' was trained as a pro archer and prefers to use a bow since it's quiet and doesn't alert the [[ZombieApocalypse zombies.]]zombies]].
25th Jun '17 10:51:11 PM Windrays
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* ''Series/{{Firefly}}'' gives us [[HighClassCallGirl Inara Serra]], who, in keeping with her graceful pedigree, prefers using a bow and arrow over the combustible firearms that the rest of the crew uses, although she's not bad with guns or unarmed combat when she needs to be.
25th Jun '17 4:41:46 PM Gamermaster
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* Signum of ''Franchise/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha''. In a world where others use blasters, guns, rifles, and {{Wave Motion Gun}}s, she, as an [[ReallySevenHundredYearsOld old knight]], prefers to use a bow and arrow that packs enough explosive whallop to destroy a HumongousMecha's DeflectorShields when going long-range. Although, it is merely a (rarely used) form of her CoolSword.

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* Signum of ''Franchise/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha''.''Franchise/LyricalNanoha''. In a world where others use blasters, guns, rifles, and {{Wave Motion Gun}}s, she, as an [[ReallySevenHundredYearsOld old knight]], prefers to use a bow and arrow that packs enough explosive whallop to destroy a HumongousMecha's DeflectorShields when going long-range. Although, it is merely a (rarely used) form of her CoolSword.
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* ''{{The Dukes of Hazzard}}'' Justified in that Bo & Luke were on probation and couldn't have guns.

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* ''{{The Dukes of Hazzard}}'' ''Series/TheDukesOfHazzard'': Justified in that Bo & Luke were on probation and couldn't have guns.
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