One of the new-for-2012 rigs from Quest is the Torrent. This is a good looking bow that's certainly capable of taking down anything you can chase with a bow and arrow. Here's a photo of the Torrent and the news release from Quest:
What good is an expensive new bow without great arrows to go with it? New to the Carbon Express lineup for 2023 is the Maxima Photon SD, the latest and greatest micro-diameter model from the popular arrow makers. FeraDyne's Chris James shows Editor Christian Berg the lightest hunting arrow Carbon Express has ever produced during the 2023 ATA Show in Indianapolis.
Most bowhunters are familiar with the popular Pierce arrow lineup from Gold Tip. Now, one of the most recognizable arrow makers in the sport has continued that line with the Pierce LRT shafts. Equipped with the Dyna-Tek Slick Shield coating to aid in penetration and removal from range targets, the LRT's are also offered with a one-piece insert component system. This just might be Gold Tip's most advanced long-range hunting arrow yet.
Below, we'll cover everything you need to know about Torrent, including how to summon your horse in Elden Ring, how to heal Torrent, and how to unlock Torrent for those new to the game. It's a torrent of Torrent information, if you will.
To summon Torrent, you need to use the Spectral Steed Whistle. We suggest equipping this whistle to your pouch, which you'll find by bringing up the menu and scrolling right. Then, you can bring up your pouch items in-game by holding Y on your controller or E on keyboard and mouse. When you have the pouch up, use the D-Pad or arrow keys to select the Spectral Steed Whistle.
When you have finished downloading a file, BitComet automatically switches to only uploading (called seeding) that torrent. Seeding continues until the conditions you have set in the program configuration, are met, or until you stop the task manually. You should let seeding tasks run until your ratio for that task reaches 1.0 or more.
(This is an ordinary HTTP or FTP download, just as you've probably done many times before. This part doesn't require a BitTorrent client, it's done with an ordinary web browser. You save the torrent file to your hard disk.)
A .torrent file is a very small text-type file which has a rigid and invariable format. It is used by a client to transfer data via the BitTorrent protocol. You must have a .torrent file in order to use BitTorrent.
It's customary, but not required, for the filename of the torrent file to reflect the content it references. The filename may also contain information about how the content is encoded or archived, and who created it. This information can be very important, but is beyond the scope of this Wiki to explain. (For example, the filename above indicates that the torrent is version 9.04 of the Ubuntu Linux distribution for the 64-bit AMD processor, and the download will be in .ISO format suitable for burning to an optical disk.)
BitComet uses a built-in web browser, based on Microsoft's Internet Explorer v.5, and also provides a list of some popular index sites that you may visit with its browser. Clicking on the site name will open it in the browser for you. BitComet also has a built-in torrent search bar for you to search for your needed .torrent file.
It is possible to open the file directly into BitComet without saving the file to disk first, but that is discouraged because you may need the torrent file again at some point, which means you will have to find it and re-download it from wherever you got it the first time. It must be the same torrent file, with the same hash index. Another file with the same material, will not work. The file you need may have been deleted from that site, or you may not remember correctly where you downloaded the file, in which case there is nothing you can do. This has happened to many people, who can only regret the practice.
Torrent files are small and don't take up much disk space, no matter how big the downloads they reference may be. It's a good idea to keep them until you are utterly certain that you will never need them again. Deleting old torrents may become a part of your regular monthly computer maintenance and hygiene.
I'm also having the same red arrow problem. First, the arrow is blue, but then turns to red shortly after and nothing is downloading. In the status bar, it says my torrents are inactive. How can I fix this problem?
To remove a torrent from the list of torrent files right click on it or Delete and click remove. To delete the files and remove the torrent from the list right click Delete files and Remove or press Shift +Delete.
To filter which torrents are shown on your list use the Show drop down menu. To only show active torrents from the Show drop down select Active. To only show torrents that are downloading from the Show menu select Downloading. To only show seeding torrents from the Show drop down select Seeding. To only show Paused torrents from the Show drop down select Paused. To show only Finished torrents from the Show menu select Finished. To only show torrents that are verifying from the Show drop down select Verifying. To only show torrents that are in an error state from the Show menu select Error. To go back to showing all torrents from the Show menu select All.
The Peers tab shows you what other peers that also have the torrent open. To see how much data you are getting from a particular peer see the Up column. To add your column showing how much data you are downloading from a peer read the Down column. To see the address of your peers and read the Address column. To see what client other peers are using the Client column. The Tracker tab shows information of where the torrent is being tracked.
The Files tab shows what files this torrent has downloaded. To see the name of the file is in the File column. To see the size of the file look in the Size column. To toggle downloading a file check/uncheck the checkbox for that file in the Download column. To see how much of your file is downloaded as a percentage in the Progress column. To see the priority of the torrent see the Priority column.
To change options for a torrent file use the Options tab. To have the torrent not effected by global torrent speed uncheck the Honor global limits checkbox. To limit how much of your internet a torrent will use of your download on the internet check the Limit Download speed checkbox and set the cop for how much it downloads. To limit how much upload your torrent uses check the Limit upload speed and set the limit. To change how much of a priority the torrent is change the Torrent priority menu. To set limits on how much the torrent seeds use Ratio and Idle menus. To change the maximum number of other people this torrent will peer with change the Maximum peers field.
To have the settings for uploading torrents or seeding them use the Seeding tab. To stop seeding after you have uploaded a certain size of the file check the Stop seeding at ratio: checkbox and then select the ratio to stop seeding. To stop seeding if the torrent has not been seeded recently check the Stop seeding if idle for: checkbox and then choose how long to select if the torrent is idle.
To change your settings on how Transmission interacts with the network use the Network tab. To choose the port for incoming connections to Transmission use the Port for incoming connections:. To see if that port is open press the Test Port button. To open a random port each time you open Transmission check the Pick a random port every time Transmission is started checkbox. To change the greatest number of peers you can have for each individual torrent change the Maximum peers per torrent field. To change the greatest number of peers you can have across all of you different torrents in the Maximum peers overall field.
To change things about your desktop interface use the Desktop tab of Transmission. To show an icon for Transmission in the system tray check the Show Transmission icon in the notification area checkbox. To start Transmission started in the notification area Start minimized in notification area checkbox. To toggle showing a notification when new torrents are added check/uncheck the Show a notification when torrents are added checkbox. To toggle showing a notification when torrents finish check/uncheck the Show a notification when torrents finish checkbox. To toggle playing a sound when a torrent finishes check/uncheck the Play a sound when torrents finish checkbox.
Appo has the standard Phase 2 markings for the 501st Legion and the 501st Torrent Co., only he originally had a distinct white arrow painted on his helmet, and eventually had the standard Phase 2 501st helmet, only with a pauldron.
You need a few things, mostly a program to handle the torrents and a tracker site to give you the file data and let you enter swarms to start downloading. Windows users can use Utorrent and *nix users can use whatever they are comfy with. If you are using Linux, I expect you know what a torrent is already and have a favorite. 2b1af7f3a8