Users' questions

How do you fix the arrow glitch in Skyrim?

How do you fix the arrow glitch in Skyrim?

When shooting certain kinds of arrows, the bow string might go ‘limp’ and the arrow will fly its minimum distance and with minimal damage. It happens even if the bowstring is pulled back fully, with lighter bows and arrows and even when staying still. To fix, try using a different bow or arrows until the glitch ceases.

How do you use Bloodcursed arrows?

When a Bloodcursed Elven Arrow is shot at the sun from Auriel’s Bow, it will blot out the sun for a single day. This special effect only occurs when the arrows are fired from Auriel’s Bow. When fired from any other bow, they behave similar to normal Elven arrows.

How does the sunhallowed Elven arrow work in the Elder Scrolls?

During the battle with Lord Harkon, the Sunhallowed Arrows do not have to be fired. Auriel’s Bow has the ability to destroy the barrier he uses to heal himself. Otherwise, he is untouchable while he heals. Unlike other arrows, the Sunhallowed Elven Arrows do not become infinite when given to a follower like Aela the Huntress.

Where do you find elven arrows in Skyrim?

Main article: Arrows (Skyrim) Sunhallowed Elven Arrows are a unique variant of Elven Arrows found in The Elder Scrolls V: Dawnguard. The arrows have glowing white tips with white fletching, and are stored in a silver Elven quiver, used only by the Snow Elves.

What happens when you shoot an arrow at the Sun?

Shooting a Sunhallowed Arrow from Auriel’s Bow at the sun will cause the sun to undergo an explosion, causing beams of harmful sunlight to rain down on all enemies (and allies) similar to the effect of the Storm Call shout. These special effects only occur when the arrows are fired from Auriel’s Bow.

What happens when you shoot an arrow from Auriel’s bow?

These arrows produce a unique effect when fired from Auriel’s Bow. When fired normally at an undead enemy, the arrows cause Sun Damage and a small area-of-effect blast that will cause some damage to surrounding entities.