When used, the bow would fire a single broadhead arrow. Approximately a half-second later, an infinite cascade of arrows, each half as small as the previous, would bury themselves in the target at higher and higher velocities.
Some of the problems inherent with the use of the bow include the fact that the user must clearly understand the principles behind recursion. Ignorance of aforementioned principles could result in the following:
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