I know boots are harder to recommend due to personal fit being so important, but it’d be interesting to see the rationale behind each choice. In efficient quiver: arrows (60); javelins (15), everburning torch, sunrod (2); short bow, quarterstaff, spear, club, sectioned 10 ft. pole (two 5 ft. lengths that screw together; 50 gp masterwork tool). Its stiff platform means that this ski holds a strong and predictable edge on firm snow. It comes with a three-point carry system which makes it lightweight and comfortable to carry from one place to another. The Line Sick Day 104 is always hard to leave off the 1-ski quiver. The Pandora 104 is also more playful and more nimble than the Mindbender, so I think I would still ultimately choose the Pandora 104 as it is overall a bit more well rounded. but, the go-to must be given its due… y’all are awesome ! The SFB is more similar to the Vacation than the SD 104, but the SFB is still a lot lighter and has a very different shape. In the backcountry there is no denying that the CAST system can be slow and tedious to transition, and bulky, and it’s pretty heavy … but it gives me a tech toe on the way up and a legit alpine binding on the way down. ], spell component pouch. The only thing I put in the bottom of my quiver is a piece of scrap carpeting cut to match the bottom shape in order to dampen the thump of thick leather against the arrow when one drops in. Sounds like I’ll go with 6… I’m a big boy, I’ll get the hang of it! of all the magical things in life that fit under the heading, ” one is too many, two is not enough.” : bikes, cars, cats, beers, girlfriends… skiis might top the list ! I think its multi-radius sidecut helps it perform well at slower speeds and mellower terrain, while still being comfortable in bigger turns. After my brief time on it so far, the Deathwish seems like one of the best options for a wider 1-ski quiver that is light enough for touring. I’m a little nervous about the Shift because I’ve never skied it, but it seems like the best bet for a true 1-ski quiver. So that’s another reason I’d opt for CAST over inserts. Powder is an entirely different experience than with the Camox and it feels pretty strong under foot. Recent Changes It has three distinct portions, each with a nondimensional space allowing it to store far more than would normally be possible. On days with lots of mileage and vert and / or firm snow, the Renegade is just less sensible. It’s so hard to be ruthlessly honest with how and where you ski. This year, this feels like a very tough question. This is adjusted by loosening the 2 bolts that attach your quiver mount to your sight. The third and longest portion of the case contains as many as 6 objects of the same general size and shape as a bow (spears, staffs, or the like). The SD is a much more directional ski with a more rearward mount point, much less tail splay, and a less symmetrical flex pattern — all of which makes it better suited to directional skiers who like to drive the front of their skis and who don’t care much about spinning or skiing switch. It has three distinct portions, each with a nondimensional space allowing it to store far more than would normally be possible. | The Modern Path SRD The thing is, quiver autoscales each plot, but I need the vectors in each plot to all represent the same scale. It creates an endless supply of arrows or bolts, depending on which was chosen at item creation. My one ski quiver would also be the Fisher Ranger 102FR with pivots, it does everything well enough that I would be totally happy. Quiver’s NTC TDR now reveals and pinpoints linear distortions. Be interested to hear other views. For my touring ski, there are lots of more directional options that could work, such as the Black Diamond Helio 105. I guess they have been around a few years now and either folks feel newer stuff moves the game on, or they stick to old favourites that have served them well (I’m talking to you Cy!) | Fudge SRD Don’t go with something flashy. 153) only mentions that it can hold 20 arrows. This appears to be a typical arrow container capable of holding about twenty arrows. You will get a lot of answers on magic arrows so I am going to skip those because they will populate the thread and only focus on bows. Vague initiation is the term I suppose, but I like being the one to dictate turn initiation more so than the ski at higher speed. Then I really, really want Rossignol to make a narrower Black Ops 118. guys, will there ever be a review of the big bodacious? It’s really good (see all my other quiver selections for more). The Rossignol Soul 7 HD was hard to leave off my do-everything selection, but it’s just too heavy for how much touring I do. Why so many CAST selections? Roll20 uses cookies to improve your experience on our site. This ski is quick and nimble enough for long bump runs at Taos and narrow chutes, while still being damp and stable for its weight. All that said, I know Paul Forward had a pretty different experience on the Prime 4.0, but this is my take after spending a good chunk of time on it (and messing with the tune). I can’t really imagine the Pandora 104 being ousted by any ski on the market at this time. Invocations. As always, we’re interested to hear what you’d pick for your own 1-ski quiver, so let us know in the Comments section at the bottom. Possessions: ring of protection +1, efficient quiver [=quiver of Ehlonna], handy haversack [=Heward's h.h. In efficient quiver: arrows (60); javelins (15), everburning torch, sunrod (2); short bow, quarterstaff, spear, club, sectioned 10 ft. pole (two 5 ft. lengths that screw together; 50 gp masterwork tool). I think I’d be happy with it just about anywhere. While the logical part of me wants to pick the 186 cm Line Sick Day 104 (one of the best 50/50 skis I’ve ever used), I’m going to go for the much more playful 184 cm Line Sir Francis Bacon. Most one-piece quivers are attached at only one point on the bow, creating a sort of “tuning fork” thing that creates vibration that causes noise. The shortest compartment can hold up to 60 arrows, bolts, or similar objects. I think the Moment Deathwish has a really good chance of taking the place of the SFB (or maybe even the Ranger 102 FR?). Legal Information/Open Game License, Fan Labs The efficient quiver weighs the same no matter what’s placed inside it. I wouldn’t change a thing. The midsize compartment holds up to … The 169 cm Nordica Santa Ana 100 seems like a great option for a inbounds-only ski. It’s quick enough for the tightest terrain and it can hold an edge pretty well for its width. Moment Blister Pro (OG heavy version), 190 cm + Salomon STH2 16 or Marker Jester. Next highest is 1H crossbow + quiver and the lowest dps is dual weld 1H crossbows. Each of the quiver's three compartments connects to an extradimensional space that allow the quiver to hold numerous items while never weighing more than 2 pounds. Cause I think mounting back at -8 or -10 would make the ski feel pretty weird. That said, it was a close call with the K2 Mindbender 98Ti Alliance for my inbounds-only ski. The closest thing to what your player wants is a Quiver of Ehlonna. And if you’d like to get our recommendations for assembling your own ski quiver, then become a Blister Member, send us an email, and we’ll remove the guesswork. While I’m not confident that any ski will knock off my selections here, the ski that I think has the best chance at doing it is the 185 cm WNDR Alpine Intention 110. Other than that I wish the Origins (1875g/ea) were the same weight as the Camox (2000g/ea). And after having said all that, I’m not really going to follow my own advice. So with that said, and based on the relatively small number of ~100mm-wide skis I’ve recently been on, I’m going to stick with the Trace 98 for my inbounds-only ski. While the Look Pivot isn’t my first choice for resort bindings, it’s still an excellent binding. Assuming you want to give out magic items of course. Like the haversack the Quiver of Ehlonna allows you to simply pull out what you need without rooting around for it. Up until Sunday I would have said my one ski quiver would be the Nordica Enforcer 100, but then spent 3 days in Soelden this weekend and amongst others skied the Fischer Ranger 102 FR and just loved it, so think that would be my one and only now. And as a smaller gal, I have no problem keeping this ski afloat in powder up to around 10”. Well Luke was pretty close to choosing them – not read all yet so maybe others too? out of all these articles. We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. Plus, you can get them in orange…. For the touring 1-ski quiver, the 179 cm K2 Wayback 106 is a great ski that I think a lot of people will get along with. As long as I have the Pandora 104 in my quiver, I feel like I am prepared for all conditions. Each of the quiver's three compartments connects to an extradimensional space that allows the quiver to hold numerous items while never weighing more than 2 pounds. The first and smallest one can contain up to 60 objects of … I have no problems committing to this ski for the next three years (I’ve already been using it for the past two years with no issue). — its predictability and extremely playful nature make that skiing style a lot of fun. To Matt’s original question, even on a course like Cruel Jewel where poles would probably be in my hands 90% of the time, I would consider the quiver. IMO it is a more natural and fluid motion to reach over your shoulder to grab the arrow, nock the arrow, and place it on arrow rest. The Wildcat Tour 108, on paper, seems like everything I want in a touring ski. It’s just so darn intuitive, versatile, and functional. There are a lot of good potential skis for the 1-ski quiver these days, and now I am also thinking back to the many phenomenal days I’ve spent on the Blizzard Sheeva 10, which is another versatile contender. | Here Be Monsters Glorious. I went with the Origin 96 (original version) and so far I’m impressed. | d20PFSRD Despite feeling the need to stay very neutral it’s a blast on firm snow. John. Interesting question, I know where you’re coming from as I am not skiing at this level, but I think as Jonathan says it’s one thing to be able to ski well it’s another to be able to write professionally about skis. The Superlite 2.0 is a great binding that has served me well and really keeps the weight down, but I’d be tempted to swap to something with a bit more elastic travel in the heel if I was using it all season in all conditions. The taper makes this ski much more forgiving than its flex pattern might have you believe. Anyone? Field Quiver If you enjoy field courses or 3-D ranges that snake through woods, consider using a field quiver, which is basically a target quiver that leans the fletching backward and the points down. 18/19 Faction Prime 4.0, 185 cm + CAST Freetour System. Same goes for Atomic if they ever get around to making a Bent Chetler 110. You guys are killing my work productivity. Great to read these as always. Aura moderate conjuration; CL 9th; Slot —; Price 1,800 gp; Weight 2 lbs. Only wax in the spring when its REALLY warm. If they were really good they could give the Deathwish a run for its money. I also currently spend more time in the resort than in the backcountry (roughly 70/30 or 80/20 split), and if I spent more time in the backcountry I think I might do inserts (to have a lighter backcountry binding for longer days) or just go with something like the Shift or Tecton. But I know I’m going to end up building some jumps and hucking my carcass off them, which means I want a more playful ski with a more forward mount point and more rocker. While I don’t have any reason to doubt the durability of the Shift (I haven’t had any issues with the pairs I’ve been using), I just have a bit more faith in the all-metal construction of the Cast system for a binding that I’d be bashing around in the resort for 100+ days a year (especially for my “1-ski quiver for the next 3 years”). So I think the Vacation will be more stable than the Bacon, but not quite as easy to flick around and probably won’t carve quite as well (though it might be better on really roughed-up groomers). Given my experience on those skis, I think that the Genesis 106 could be a good candidate to replace the Pandora 104. The third and longest portion of the case contains as many as six objects of the same general size and shape as a bow (spears, staffs, or the like). The first and smallest one can contain up to 60 objects of the same general size and shape as an arrow. The QST 106 will be best in deep pow. It’s the choice a realist would probably make for their quiver of one. I think the Ripstick will be ok. The first and smallest one can contain up to sixty objects of the same general size and shape as an arrow. At 106 mm underfoot, this is a very good option for most of Taos’s powder days, yet it still holds an edge well on groomers and firmer / chalkier snow. What’s your 1-ski quiver for the next 3 years, regardless of location? But same as the SD 104, I’m opting to go with something a bit more playful. Man, I’m really tempted to go with the Rossignol Black Ops 118, but unfortunately, the logical part of my brain is telling me no. Ehlonna watches over all good people who live in the forest, love the woodlands, or make their livelihood there. Choosing the SFB over the SD 104 would limit the ways I can ski (i.e., I could ski faster and with a more directional style on the SD 104), but as of right now, I think I’d rather have a more playful and less stable ski if I only get one. Is there something I’m missing about the Shift’s release/elasticity/safety on the wya down? By that, I mean not the lightest, not the widest, not the “coolest” — middle-of-the-road is often your friend, at least for your first skis. Thanks for the A2A. But I’m pretty happy with this setup: Elan Ripstick 106, 181 cm + inserts for Salomon Shift MNC & ATK Raider 2.0 12. K2 Mindbender 106c Alliance, 175 cm + Salomon Shift MNC. The ski does have a big sweet spot, but I’d be worried about how a very rearward mount would interact with the rocker profile, since the locations of the “micro camber” sections are based around that recommended mount point. i’d love to know your thoughts about it. Just like in the mountain bike world, it seems more and more folks are willing to grind a huck wagon up the hill for the thrill going down. Given that I am currently spending most of my 100+ days a year skiing inbounds, I’m going with a heavier setup that will work well in the resort. I gave it a few days and determined it just doesn’t work for me. Shop the Open Gaming Store! The shortest compartment can hold up to sixty arrows, bolts, or similar objects. The SFB is just so much more playful, and as of right now, I’m willing to give up some stability and versatility in exchange for more playfulness. For my resort-only ski, the Shaggy’s Ahmeek 105, ON3P Woodsman 108 (or 96? But the Enforcer 104 feels a little bit like the love child of the Ranger 102 and the QST 106 … so I’m going with it. I think the Black Diamond Helio 105 could be a very good option for a 1-touring-ski quiver. As I noted in my 2-ski-quiver selections, this ski isn’t the most playful or the most stable, but it’s really good at combining both of those aspects. There’s a reason why that’s the absolute smallest my bike quiver can go. Treat the quiver like a stabilizer. All three skis operate within the same category, they just excel at slightly different things. The shortest compartment can hold up to sixty arrows, bolts, or similar objects. And my goal for this season is to jump on more skis with 100 mm waists to see if and how this quiver would change. Am not touring so resort only. Now it’s time for the most difficult decision of them all: picking a single ski to use for absolutely everything. III. Mounted +2, curious how they’d be on the line but whatever. A couple of us are trying to figure out how to scale arrows in a quiver plot so that we can exactly specify what the output arrows look like. I think it’s a great tool for high speeds, high-consequence lines, and any time I only own one pair of skis. K2 should be revamping their freestyle skis, and if they come out with more freestyle-friendly versions of the Mindbenders, well, they’d be high on my list of potential 1-ski resort quivers. Ehlonna was first detailed for the Dungeons & Dragons game in "The Deities and Demigods of the World of Greyhawk" by Gary Gygax in Dragon #68 (1982). I was thinking of 8-10 cm … a mistake? If they could make a ski that offered a very similar blend of stability and playfulness to that ski, but in a more sensible width for everyday use, I could probably just stop testing skis (just kidding). Each of the quiver's three compartments connects to an extradimensional space that allows the quiver to hold numerous items while never weighing more than 2 pounds. Sold the enforcers on craigslist, 40+ days last season on Rangers and couldn’t be happier. The Ripstick 106 is a very versatile ski. Easy decision. Thanks in advance. Wondrous item, uncommon . Efficient Quiver. Side/Hip Quiver vs. Back Quiver. Line Pandora 104, 165 cm + Salomon Shift MNC. The SD 104 is the more versatile ski, in that it performs quite well in most conditions and you can ski it pretty traditionally or a bit more centered / neutral with the bindings moved forward a few cm. VI. Each of the quiver's three compartments connects to an extradimensional space that allows the quiver to hold numerous items while never weighing more than 2 pounds. It’s a very heavy, stiff, and demanding ski, but that’s part of what makes it so much fun for me. At 182 it’s a bit quicker/more playful than the reviews of the 187 sound, and I might be mounting it back another cm, we’ll see. I haven’t skied the Vacation so I can’t make a super accurate comparison, but some things jump out based on those skis’ specs and what Cy has said about the Vacation. And honestly, while I still hate the idea of having to ski 100+ days and all terrain — inbounds and out — on a single setup … given the many inherent compromises here … I think I could be quite happy on either of these setups. What ski was the most difficult to leave off your list?VI. What’s your 1-ski quiver for the next 3 years, regardless of location? Same as my first quiver: 184 cm Moment Deathwish with inserts for the Fritschi Vipec Evo and Look Pivot 14. To be clear, there is no single perfect quiver for everyone. Same answer — Trace 98, 172 cm. On that note, a narrower Volkl Revolt 121 could be really, really cool. I suspect that the SFB’s much fatter tips will help it initiate carved turns much better, but it’s much lower weight will likely make it get knocked around much more than the Vacation. I’d be bummed to face an Alaskan winter or pow chasing and heli guiding with nothing over 120 mm underfoot. Except for the binding (Look Pivot 14). If that’s the case, then I at least want something that’s really fun, even when I’m not using it in that particular ski’s ideal conditions. The quiver is made from high-quality canvas material that is very durable and resistant to water. My advice for your first backcountry setup? No speed limit, heavy, damp, and fast. For people that have everyday access, this is obviously a hard choice. Are you going to try out any other Romp models (maybe not a full custom, but at least their stocks – 94, 106, 115? The quiver of Anariel was a magical arrow quiver that automatically replenished its ammunition.12note 1 1 Description 2 Powers 3 History 4 Notable Owners 5 Appendix 5.1 Notes 5.2 References The quiver of Anariel looked like any other ordinary arrow quiver, holding twenty arrows. Instead, its lack of stability and extremely playful design encourage me to slow down, find more side hits, transitions, etc. I should finally be getting on it this year, and I think it would be a heavy favorite for this question. 1 year ago. It does well on piste for what it is — the Bodacious doesn’t feel like a ski that’s 118 mm underfoot, meaning I don’t feel penalized by its wide waist when things aren’t especially soft or deep, or on the way back to the chairlift. Since I also split my time between the backcountry and the resort, the ski I chose would have to handle both. So first, I have always disliked the warlocks limited spell slots. Check out our other SRD sites! It has an aura of alteration if magic is detected for, and examination shows that it has three distinct portions. Each of the quiver's three compartments connects to an extradimensional space that allows the quiver to hold numerous items while never weighing more than 2 pounds. 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