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== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
 
 
'''Bolt''' has a few of meanings:
 
'''Bolt''' has a few of meanings:
# In [[World of Warcraft]] it almost always means a roll of [[Cloth|cloth]] processed by a [[Tailoring|tailor]].
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# In [[World of Warcraft]] it almost always means a roll of [[cloth]] processed by {{prof|Tailoring}}, but sometimes can refer to a type of {{prof|Engineering}} part.
# Sometimes it can refer to an [[Item|item]] associated with lightning, as in a '''bolt''' of lightning.
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# Sometimes it can refer to an [[item]] associated with lightning, as in a '''bolt''' of lightning.
# In other games, a [[Crossbow|crossbow]] ([[Ranged|ranged]] [[Weapon|weapon]]) might use [[Ammo|ammo]] with this name. In World of Warcraft, crossbows use [[Arrow|arrow]]s.
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# In other games, a [[crossbow]] ([[ranged]] [[weapon]]) might use [[ammo]] with this name. In World of Warcraft, crossbows use [[arrow]]s. However, a {{loot|common|Box of Crossbow Bolts}} and {{loot|epic|Shado-Pan Crossbow Bolt Bundle}} exist in-game.
4. Bolt- Traditionally means a single-target, direct damage, ranged, cast-time (or sorcery) spell, that is not channelled. Also, a physical shot that meets the above criteria also is a bolt. The only exceptions to the rule are that hybrid spells (those with both a DOT and a DD component) and multipile target spells that bounce off of a single target or otherwise do not use an area of effect also count.
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# A damage spell that requires time to travel.{{fact}} In many cases, the spell's name will have the word "bolt" in it, but by no means is this an exclusive criteria.
Examples:
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::Examples:
(this is an exhaustive lsit, or should be, feel free to add stuff if I forgot anything)
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::*Fireball (Mage, Fire)
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::*Wrath (Druid, Balance)
Fire-
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::*Shadowbolt (Warlock, Destruction)
Fireball (Mage, Fire Tree)
 
Pyroblast (Mage, Fire Tree)
 
Scorch (Mage, Fire Tree)
 
Firebolt (Warlock, Imp- pet spell, Demonology Tree)
 
Searing Pain (Warlock, Destruction Tree)
 
Incinerate (Warlock, Destruction Tree)
 
Soul Fire (Warlock, Destruction Tree)
 
Frost-
 
Frostbolt (Mage, Frost Tree)
 
Waterbolt (Mage, Water Elemental-pet spell, Frost Tree)
 
Arcane-
 
Arcane Blast (Mage, Arcane Tree)
 
Starfire (Druid, Balance Tree)
 
Nature-
 
Wrath (Druid, Balance Tree)
 
Lightning Bolt (Shaman, Elemental Combat Tree)
 
Chain Lightnin (Shaman, Elemental Combat Tree, multiple targets)
 
Shadow-
 
Shadowbolt (Warlock, Destruction Tree)
 
Mind Blast (Priest, Shadow Magic Tree)
 
Mana Burn (Priest, Discipline Tree)
 
Holy-
 
Smite (Priest, Holy Tree)
 
Holy Fire (Priest, Holy Tree)
 
Hammer of Wrath (Paladin, Holy Tree, situational)
 
Physical-
 
Aimed Shot (Hunter, Marksmanship Tree, situational)
 
Steady Shot (Hunter, Marksmanship Tree)
 
Multi-Shot (Hunter, Maksmanship Tree, short-cast time, mu;ltiple targets)
 
 
 
=== Bolts of Cloth ===
 
   
A '''Bolt of Cloth''' is used by [[Tailoring|tailors]]. They get various amounts of normal [[Cloth|cloth]] and can convert it into a bolt, used in almost all tailoring [[Recipe|recipes]]. [[Felcloth]] is a special cloth, however - two of them every four days at a [[Moonwell|moonwell]] can be turned into [[Mooncloth]] as opposed to a Bolt of Felcloth (non-existant).
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== Cloth ==
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* {{item|icon=|Bolt of Linen Cloth}}
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* {{item|icon=|Bolt of Woolen Cloth}}
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* {{item|icon=|Bolt of Silk Cloth}}
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* {{item|icon=|Bolt of Mageweave}}
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* {{item|icon=|Bolt of Runecloth}}
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* {{bc-inline}} {{item|icon=|Bolt of Netherweave}}
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* {{bc-inline}} {{item|icon=|Bolt of Imbued Netherweave}}
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* {{bc-inline}} {{item|icon=|Bolt of Soulcloth}}
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* {{wotlk-inline}} {{item|icon=|Bolt of Frostweave}}
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* {{wotlk-inline}} {{item|icon=|Bolt of Imbued Frostweave}}
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* {{cata-inline}} {{item|icon=|Bolt of Embersilk Cloth}}
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* {{mists-inline}} {{item|icon=|Bolt of Windwool Cloth}}
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* {{warlords-inline}} {{item|icon=|Hexweave Cloth}} (uses bolt icon)
   
[[Category:Game Terms]]
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== Engineering ==
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* {{item|icon=|Handful of Copper Bolts}}
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* {{bc-inline}} {{item|icon=|Handful of Fel Iron Bolts}}
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* {{wotlk-inline}} {{item|icon=|Handful of Cobalt Bolts}}
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* {{cata-inline}} {{item|icon=|Handful of Obsidium Bolts}}
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* {{mists-inline}} {{item|icon=|Ghost Iron Bolts}}
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[[Category:Game terms]]

Latest revision as of 16:14, January 20, 2015

Overview Edit

Bolt has a few of meanings:

  1. In World of Warcraft it almost always means a roll of cloth processed by IconSmall Tailoring [Tailoring], but sometimes can refer to a type of IconSmall Engineering [Engineering] part.
  2. Sometimes it can refer to an item associated with lightning, as in a bolt of lightning.
  3. In other games, a crossbow (ranged weapon) might use ammo with this name. In World of Warcraft, crossbows use arrows. However, a [Box of Crossbow Bolts] and [Shado-Pan Crossbow Bolt Bundle] exist in-game.
  4. A damage spell that requires time to travel.[citation needed] In many cases, the spell's name will have the word "bolt" in it, but by no means is this an exclusive criteria.
Examples:
  • Fireball (Mage, Fire)
  • Wrath (Druid, Balance)
  • Shadowbolt (Warlock, Destruction)

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