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Innes' Bow

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Innes' Bow

Is 3ds innes' bow.png
Icon of Innes' Bow from Awakening.

A heroic weapon. Rarely misses.



First game

Fire Emblem Awakening

Innes' Bow (Japanese: ヒーニアスの的弓 Heanius's Precise Bow) is a unique bow introduced in Fire Emblem Awakening. It is one of a number of weapons named for characters from earlier Fire Emblem series installments, deriving its name from Innes of Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones. It is characterised primarily by its excellent accuracy, having the highest hit of any weapon in Awakening.


Game Icon Rank Might Weight Hit Crit Range Uses Worth Exp Other effects and notes
Awakening Is 3ds innes' bow.png B 13 -- 115 10 2 15 1,710 2 It sells for 1/4 of its worth, instead of the usual 1/2.



Treasure Event tiles or Barracks, obtained at random from a pool of possible items.
Renown bonus 2,600 Renown points; only one copy can be obtained through this means per save file.


  • Unusually, the bow denotes Innes's possession of it using only an apostrophe (as in Innes' Bow) rather than an apostrophe and the letter S (as in Innes's Bow). Although this is considered grammatically acceptable when indicating the possessive for nouns already ending with the letter S, of which "Innes" is one, it is uncommon in official English translations of the Fire Emblem series, including the rest of Awakening. Other cases of possessive nouns in this situation take the opposite approach (see: Ninis's Grace, Metis's Tome, Kris's Confect), so odds favor "Innes's Bow" being the correct name of this weapon.


Etymology and other languages