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{{Infobox|item
|name = Hero's Bow
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| image  = [[File:Hero's Bow MM.png]]
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| caption = Hero's Bow from Majora's Mask
|game = ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask|Majora's Mask]]''<br>''[[The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker|The Wind Waker]]''<br>''[[The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess|Twilight Princess]]''
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| game   = ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask|Majora's Mask]]''<br/>''[[The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker|The Wind Waker]]''<br/>''[[The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess|Twilight Princess]]''
|location = '''''Majora's Mask'''''<br>[[Woodfall Temple]]
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|location = <u>'''''Majora's Mask'''''</u><br/>[[Woodfall Temple]]<br/><u>'''''The Wind Waker'''''</u><br/>[[Tower of the Gods]]<br/><u>'''''Twilight Princess'''''</u><br/>[[Goron Mines]]
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| use    = Defeating far-off enemies<br/>Activating [[Eye Switch]]es
'''''The Wind Waker'''''<br>[[Tower of the Gods]]
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| related = [[Bow]]
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'''''Twilight Princess'''''<br>[[Goron Mines]]
 
|uses = Killing far-off enemies<br>Activating Switches
 
|sim = [[Bow]]
 
 
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The '''Hero's Bow''' is a recurring item in the [[The Legend of Zelda (Series)|Legend of Zelda Series]]. It is basically a classic [[Bow|Bow & Arrow]], that has appeared in three games to date, with the most recent one being ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess|Twilight Princess]]''.
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The '''Hero's Bow''' is a recurring [[Bow]] in [[The Legend of Zelda (Series)|''The Legend of Zelda'' series]]. It is basically a classic Bow & [[Arrow]], with the added title of ''Hero's''. It has appeared in three canonical and one non-canonical game to date, with the most recent one being ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Battle Quest|Battle Quest]]''.
  
== Appearances ==
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==Appearances==
=== Majora's Mask ===
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===Majora's Mask===
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The Hero's Bow in ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask|Majora's Mask]]'' is found in the [[Woodfall Temple]]. It is the reward for defeating the [[Mini-Boss]] of the [[Dungeon]], a [[Dinolfos]]. It comes with the [[Quiver]], an Arrow-holding item that stores up to 30 arrows at a time.
  
The Hero's Bow in ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask|Majora's Mask]]'' is recieves in the [[Woodfall Temple]].
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Each Dungeon will reward Link with a special type of arrow that he can use with his Hero's Bow. These arrows include [[Fire Arrow]]s, [[Ice Arrow]]s, and [[Light Arrow]]s.
  
=== Wind Waker ===
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===The Wind Waker===
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[[Link]] gets the Hero's Bow in the [[Tower of the Gods]], where it is guarded by a [[Darknut]]. Defeating the Darknut gives Link access to the [[Treasure Chest]] that contains the Hero's Bow.
  
[[Link]] gets the Hero's Bow in the [[Tower of the Gods]], and he can get three special arrows to fire with it: [[Fire Arrow]]s, [[Ice Arrow]]s, and [[Light Arrow]]s.
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Throughout the game, Link can collect three special arrows to fire with the Hero's Bow: Fire Arrows, Ice Arrows, and Light Arrows.
  
=== Twilight Princess ===
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===Twilight Princess===
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In ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess|Twilight Princess]]'', Link collects the Hero's Bow in the [[Goron Mines]] after defeating the Mini-Boss, [[Dangoro]]. The bow comes with the [[Small Quiver]], which can only hold up to 30 arrows. This Bow is basically an upgrade to the [[Slingshot]], as it shoots farther and deals more damage than Link's other projectile weapon.
  
Link gets the Hero's Bow in the [[Goron Mines]] after defeating the [[Mini-Boss]], [[Dangoro]]. The bow comes with the [[Small Quiver]], which can only hold up to thirty [[Arrow|arrows]].
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====Bomb Arrow====
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{{Main|Bomb Arrow}}
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A special feature of the Hero's Bow in this game is that it can now be combined with [[Bomb]]s to shoot [[Bomb Arrow]]s. These deadly, explosive projectiles blow up the first object it hits; making getting high up [[Piece of Heart|Pieces of Heart]] that are guarded by large rocks a piece of cake.
  
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==Non-Canon Appearances==
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{{Non-Canon}}
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===Battle Quest===
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{{Monita|This bow can be used to take down enemies from a great distance. It shines brightly when charged. You'll feel like the hero of Hyrule with this in your hands. Trust me, I know.}}
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The Hero's Bow is the item used by the Archer in ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Battle Quest|Battle Quest]]''.
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==Gallery==
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<gallery>
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File:Hero Bow TWW.png|''The Hero's Bow in The Wind Waker''
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File:Herosbow tp.png|''The Hero's Bow in Twilight Princess''
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</gallery>
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{{Cat|Bows}}
 
{{Cat|Majora's Mask Items}}
 
{{Cat|Majora's Mask Items}}
 
{{Cat|The Wind Waker Items}}
 
{{Cat|The Wind Waker Items}}
 
{{Cat|Twilight Princess Items}}
 
{{Cat|Twilight Princess Items}}
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{{Cat|Battle Quest Items}}

Latest revision as of 22:27, August 3, 2019

Hero's Bow
Hero's Bow MM.png
Hero's Bow from Majora's Mask

Games

Location

Majora's Mask
Woodfall Temple
The Wind Waker
Tower of the Gods
Twilight Princess
Goron Mines

Uses

Defeating far-off enemies
Activating Eye Switches

Related

Bow

The Hero's Bow is a recurring Bow in The Legend of Zelda series. It is basically a classic Bow & Arrow, with the added title of Hero's. It has appeared in three canonical and one non-canonical game to date, with the most recent one being Battle Quest.

Appearances

Majora's Mask

The Hero's Bow in Majora's Mask is found in the Woodfall Temple. It is the reward for defeating the Mini-Boss of the Dungeon, a Dinolfos. It comes with the Quiver, an Arrow-holding item that stores up to 30 arrows at a time.

Each Dungeon will reward Link with a special type of arrow that he can use with his Hero's Bow. These arrows include Fire Arrows, Ice Arrows, and Light Arrows.

The Wind Waker

Link gets the Hero's Bow in the Tower of the Gods, where it is guarded by a Darknut. Defeating the Darknut gives Link access to the Treasure Chest that contains the Hero's Bow.

Throughout the game, Link can collect three special arrows to fire with the Hero's Bow: Fire Arrows, Ice Arrows, and Light Arrows.

Twilight Princess

In Twilight Princess, Link collects the Hero's Bow in the Goron Mines after defeating the Mini-Boss, Dangoro. The bow comes with the Small Quiver, which can only hold up to 30 arrows. This Bow is basically an upgrade to the Slingshot, as it shoots farther and deals more damage than Link's other projectile weapon.

Bomb Arrow

Main article: Bomb Arrow

A special feature of the Hero's Bow in this game is that it can now be combined with Bombs to shoot Bomb Arrows. These deadly, explosive projectiles blow up the first object it hits; making getting high up Pieces of Heart that are guarded by large rocks a piece of cake.

Non-Canon Appearances

This article describes a subject that is or may be outside the core Zelda canon.

Battle Quest

Monita-Nintendo-Land.png

This bow can be used to take down enemies from a great distance. It shines brightly when charged. You'll feel like the hero of Hyrule with this in your hands. Trust me, I know.

The Hero's Bow is the item used by the Archer in Battle Quest.

Gallery