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    Pixie in the Playground
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    Default Ammunition Breakage

    So I have spent quite a bit of time reading various posts etc and want to confirm.

    Here is what I think I know about RAW and ammo.

    - Generally speaking ammo is destroyed upon hit and 50% chance of destruction upon miss.
    - Masterwork ammo is destroyed upon USE.
    - Magical ammo is destroyed upon hit and 50% chance of destruction upon miss.
    - In order to receive a magical enhancement a piece of ammo would need to be of masterwork quality.

    So if I had a masterwork arrow and shot it, it would be destroyed. However, that same arrow if I gave it a +2 would then be magical and is destroyed upon hit and 50% chance of destruction upon miss.

    Am I understanding this correctly?

    Thanks

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    Dwarf in the Playground
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    Default Re: Ammunition Breakage

    That is RAW, and it makes no sense whatsoever that masterwork ammo breaks 100% of the time while standard ammo breaks less often.

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    Default Re: Ammunition Breakage

    Obviously, masterwork arrows fly so fast that they disintegrate from friction, and magic arrows have a higher tolerance for disintegration.
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