Stonebighter Arrows - This arrow has a specially designed head that allows it to drive into stone or other hard materials and then open allowing if to hold a large amount of weight. It can be released though mental command.
Barbed Arrows - Commonly used for fishing, these arrowheads feature 2-6 backwards-facing barbs, ensuring they lodge in the target when they hit. They cause an extra 1d6 damage if removed carelessly, and take twice as long to remove as normal arrows.
Blunt Arrow - These are common arrows simply made without arrowheads, and are used to hunt small birds and animals, without ruining their pelt.
Flaming Arrows - These arrows typically feature a hollow wooden or cloth head, filled with fabric that has been soaked in oil or pitch, making it extremely flammable, easy to light, and difficult to extinguish. They are used to ignite flammable targets, but also make useful signal flares in dark conditions. Needless to say, flaming arrows are one-use items, as they tend to burn themselves.
Pronged Arrows - This unusual arrow has a V-shaped arrowhead, the two prongs of which form the points of the arrow. The inside edge of the V is sharpened, making this arrowhead well-suited to severing rope or cord.
Grappling Arrows - The grappling arrow features a scaled-down grappling hook as a head, and trails a strong but light, 100' length of cord. The grappling arrow fired in order to reach locations the user would not otherwise be able to throw a normal grappling hook.
Hummingbulb Arrows - The bulbous tips of this arrow is carved and hollow, producing a loud, high-pitched whistle when fired that can be heard up to a mile away in good weather conditions, making it a useful signalling device. Hummingbulb arrows break with any firm impact, making them one-use items.
Message Arrows - The screw-apart shaft of a message arrow has a narrow, hollow compartment into which a small, rolled piece of parchment may be slipped. In all other ways, it behaves as a normal arrow.