Let's imagine commonly seen in movies and video games "rain of arrows". Archers shoot up to hit enemies behind the obstacles, for example.
As Brittanica states:
“The best longbows were made of yew, might have required a force of as much as $150$ to $180$ pounds ($70$ to $80$ kg) to draw, and shot arrows a cloth yard (about $37$ inches, or $94$ cm) long, with an effective range of some $450$ to $1,000$ feet ($140$ to $300$ meters) depending on the weight of the arrow.”
Is it enough data to determine effectiveness of rain of arrows?