Great Eagle Bow

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Great Eagle Bow

"A bow without equal wielded by the Rito Champion, Revali. It's said that Revali could loose arrows with the speed of a gale, making him supreme in aerial combat."

Breath of the Wild In-Game Description

The Great Eagle Bow is a bow found in Breath of the Wild, Age of Calamity, and Tears of the Kingdom

Breath of the Wild

The Great Eagle Bow has a base power of 28, and can be obtained after completing the Divine Beast Vah Medoh, as a gift from Kaneli for saving the troubled Rito Village. It once belonged to the Rito Champion Revali.

Note: The Great Eagle Bow cannot receive any modifiers upon obtaining, such as Attack Up or Durability Up +. It will always remain with its base stats, even if repaired by Harth.

If the bow breaks, it can be replaced by speaking with Harth, who will craft a new one for 5 bundles of Wood, a Diamond, and a Swallow Bow.

Age of Calamity

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The Great Eagle Bow is Revali's initial and highest-level weapon. When he becomes a Champion, he ties a blue ribbon to it.

Tears of the Kingdom

The Great Eagle becomes obtainable once Link has finished the Tulin of Rito Village portion of the Main Quest, ending with the defeat of Colgera. Link can then go to Teba's hut in Rito Village and talk to him to initiate the Legacy of the Rito sidequest, where he will need to bring Teba a Swallow Bow, three Diamonds, and five bundles of Wood to build the Great Eagle Bow. These will be the required materials every time Link returns to Teba for further Great Eagle Bows, which he can only re-obtain after the previous Great Eagle Bow has been broken or lost. The Great Eagle Bow retains its base power of 28. Tulin is also given this bow from his father Teba, and fights with it whenever his avatar is summoned and when alongside Link.

The Great Eagle Bow's damage output is excellent; it flattens a standard Savage Lynel Bow with it's fire rate of 1.8x and 40 range, but its inability to get the coveted Five-Shot Burst modifier off of a Rock Octorok inhibits its late-game damage potential, especially due to its high fire rate resulting in more shots fired, and as a result, more ammunition consumed.


  • The Great Eagle Bow is the only Champion-related weapon that is not given to Link at the DLC-exclusive Illusory Realm in order to battle Windblight Ganon. All other Blight fights feature their respective Champion-related weapons.