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|Icon of the Double Bow in Radiant Dawn.|
Archer classes only. Str +5.
The Double Bow (Japanese: バルフレチェ Valfleche) is a regalia bow which was introduced in Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance. Said to be the work of an unidentified master craftsman, it possesses different and unique ranges between its appearances: Path of Radiance and Awakening have it act as a statistically vastly improved Longbow, whereas in Radiant Dawn it instead is capable of attacking both at close range and at a distance, as per crossbows.
Path of Radiance
||Infinite Regalia, chosen at random from a pool of other items.
||Available for download from September 13th, 2012JP/June 27th, 2013US/August 22nd, 2013EU onward.
- The Double Bow and Nidhogg are the only regalia weapons which give a higher equipping stat bonus in Awakening (+5 strength in the Double Bow's case) than they did in their original games (+3 strength).
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions
||Definition, etymology and notes
||Romanized as Longlongbow in the internal data of Path of Radiance, and as Valfleche in the internal data of Radiant Dawn. The latter romanization and the katakana may be derived from the French words val, an antiquated term for "valley", and flèche, "arrow".
• Arco doble
|• Transliteration of the Japanese name, which interprets it instead as the French balflèche, "ball arrow". This name is used only in Path of Radiance.|
• Double Bow; this name is used only in Radiant Dawn.