The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Guide: Best Bows

With 24 bows available in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, it’s important that you equip yourself with the best bows available to you in Link’s open-air adventure to defend against marauding enemies.

In helping you to discover those with the most powerful base attack power, we have run through the top five strongest bows in the Nintendo Switch and Wii U exclusive.

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1. Royal Guard’s Bow

Attack Power: 50
Durability: 20
Range: 30

This prototype Sheikah-made bow was designed to fight the Great Calamity. Made with ancient technology, it boasts a high rate of fire and firepower but has low durability.

Common Locations:
Hyrule Castle

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2. Ancient Bow

Attack Power: 44
Durability: 120
Range: 40

This bow is the result of Robbie’s research. Ancient Sheikah technology affords it heightened functionality. Arrows fired from it travel in a perfectly straight line.

Common Locations:
Akkala Ancient Tech Lab

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3. Royal Bow

Attack Power: 38
Durability: 60
Range: 20

In the past, the king of Hyrule presented this bow to only the most talented archers in the land. Its combat capabilities are as impressive as its extravagant design.

Common Locations:
Tabantha Frontier and Hebra Mountains

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4. Steel Lizal Bow

Attack Power: 36
Durability: 50
Range: 20

This bow is wielded by Lizalfos who are expert marksmen. The metal that reinforces much of the weapon adds some additional weight but offers heightened durability.

Common Locations:
Hebra Mountains and Akkala Highlands

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5. Savage Lynel Bow

Attack Power: 32
Durability: 45
Range: 20
Multiple Arrows: 3

This Lynel bow is made from a special steel found at the peak of Death Mountain. It has tremendous stopping power and can pierce thick armour as easily as thin paper.

Common Locations:
Dropped by white-maned Lynels and silver Lynels in Hebra Mountains and Hyrule Field

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Alex's early adoration for Nintendo began with a Yellow Game Boy and a copy of Donkey Kong Land. This developed over the years, later peaking when he hid in his room to play The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time one Christmas. Nowadays, his enthusiasm is shared through Nintendo Insider, a place in which he can document his thoughts regarding the big N.

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