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==Requirements==
 
==Requirements==
* 5 [[Tumbleweed]]s
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* 3 [[Lizard Tail]]s
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* [[File:IronBow-SS-Icon.png|30px]] [[Iron Bow]]
* 2 [[Evil Crystal]]s
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* [[File:Rupees.png|30px]] 100 Rupees
* 1 [[Goddess Plume]]
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* [[File:Tumbleweed_(Skyward_Sword).png|30px]] 5x [[Tumbleweed]]
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* [[File:Lizard Tail (Skyward Sword).png|30px]] 3x [[Lizard Tail]]
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* [[File:Evil_Crystal_(Skyward_Sword).png|30px]] 2x [[Evil Crystal]]
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* [[File:Goddess Plume (Skyward Sword).png|30px]] 1x [[Goddess Plume]]
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<gallery>
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File:SacredBow-SS-Icon.png
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</gallery>
  
 
{{References}}
 
{{References}}

Latest revision as of 05:01, January 18, 2020

Sacred Bow
SS Sacred Bow.png

Games

Location

Upgrade from Iron Bow

Uses

Long-range weapon

Related

"You have upgraded to the Sacred Bow! It uses a sacred power of the goddess to rain a terrible force upon your enemies."

— In-game Description[1]

The Sacred Bow is an item featured within Skyward Sword, and is the final upgrade of the Bow. It lives up to its name by being enhanced by the power of the Goddess.[2] It can be obtained by using the upgrade system at the Scrap Shop; once Link obtains it, he can attack with great force from even greater distances.

Requirements

References

  1. "You have upgraded to the Sacred Bow! It uses a sacred power of the goddess to rain a terrible force upon your enemies." — In-game Description, Skyward Sword.
  2. "A mighty bow, enhanced by the power of the goddess, that delivers devastating damage." — In-game Description, Skyward Sword.