Magic Sleepy Arrow

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Magic Sleepy Arrow
Magic Sleepy Arrow.png
Causes target to fall asleep. The better your weapon, the stronger the sleep effect.
Only effective against magic creatures. Does not affect normal creatures or bosses.
Weapon
Type Ammo
Ammo for Bow.png Bow
Crossbow.png Crossbow
For information on how damage is calculated with these numbers, see Damage calculation
Item
Weight 0.1
Stack size 50
Item ID 537
Spawn Command
cheat giveitemnum 537 1 0 0
or
cheat giveitem "Blueprint'/Game/Mods/CubeWorld/Blueprints/Projectiles/ProjectilesBPS/CW_ProjMagicArrowBP_Tranq.CW_ProjMagicArrowBP_Tranq'" 1 0 0
Crafting
Required level Level 30
Engram Points 8 EP
Skill Magic
Crafting XP 0.1896 XP
Crafting Time 0s
Prerequisites Stone Arrow.png Stone Arrow
Crafted in Inventory.png Inventory
Ingredients
Resources breakdown [Expand]
1 × Stone Arrow.png Stone Arrow
1 × Wood.png Wood
1 × Flint.png Flint
Total Base Ingredients

The Magic Sleepy Arrow is an item in Pixark.

Overview[edit | edit source]

The Magic Sleepy Arrow can be used to effectively inflict torpor to magical creatures.

The Sleepy Arrow is unlockable upon reaching level 30 and costs 8 engram points.

Crafting[edit | edit source]

Each arrow requires stone arrow, magic berry (x3), mageweave bark (x2), and wind magic stone.

Craftable in your inventory.

Usage[edit | edit source]

Equip a bow in your hot bar by dragging it from your inventory to a slot on your hot bar, then drag the magic sleepy arrows from your inventory onto the bow located in your hot bar. Hold left click to draw the bow and arrow back, release left click to loose the arrow into an aggressive magical creature. After repeating this process a few times (depending on creature's level, etc.), the creature will become "unconscious" and tamable.

To cancel drawing the bow and arrow back, switch weapons with scroll wheel, numbers, or any other customized option.

Additional notes[edit | edit source]

  • Can be used to keep a knocked out creature asleep, but it is not recommended for creatures with low health, as it does damage to the knocked out creature.
  • Unlike the standard Sleepy Arrow, does not deal torpor to non-magical creatures.