To offset the power a little bit, the second projectile has a slight cone spread and deals a little less damage than the first one.
Scorpions and Ballista Elephants with Double Crossbow are effective in large groups, as they can devastate large areas (comparatively, this puts the Khmer Scorpions at the same level as Ethiopian, Celtic, and Chinese Scorpions).
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Double crossbow is a set of crossbows with double bows, enabling the user to fire two arrows almost simultaneously. According to reliefs from 12th and early 13th centuries, Khmer people were known to employ double crossbows as their weapons. This practice was borrowed from China, who installed those weapons at the siege and defense of fortresses. The Khmer however, put these arms on the back of war elephants.
- ↑ Schliesinger, Joachim. 2011. "Ethnic Groups of Cambodia Vol 1: Introduction and Overview" (p. 169). White Lotus, Bangkok.
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