My current understanding of parrying for friends is that if my buddy is hit by a parry-able attack within the reach of my weapon I can indicate it is within range of my weapon and then parry the blow. Conveniently two handed weapons have a rather large range in this way. From the ARC: "You may only Parry a blow you could logically parry at the point where the strike is given." However if an archer is throwing arrows above my head - and within my weapon range - but hits an ally outside of my range, can I still parry the arrow since it passed through the zone in which I could have parried it? The RAW here seem to indicate no but here... From the ARC: "Your weapon must be able to reach the attacker’s weapon, otherwise the strike is too far away to parry" The weapon in this case being the arrow which I can certainly reach. There have been times I've knocked arrows out of the air that certainly would have hit someone 10+ ft behind me which is definitely out of my parry range. So can I call parry on the arrow? Maybe this is a dumb question that doesn't really matter but its been bugging me for a while so I thought I'd ask.