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Glass Bow

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Glass Bow

FEA Glass Bow.png
Concept artwork of the glass bow from Awakening.

Powerful, but quick to break.

Type

Bow

First game

Fire Emblem: New Mystery of the Emblem

The Glass Bow (Japanese: ガラスの弓 Glass Bow) is an uncommon bow-type weapon in the Fire Emblem series. This bow is characterized by having a low weapon level and the same might as the Silver Bow, helping novice bow users to deal more damage. Its only drawback is its extremely low durability.

The glass bow is present in two games: New Mystery of the Emblem and Awakening.

Stats

Game Icon Level Might Weight Hit Crit Range Uses Worth Exp Other effects and notes
New Mystery of the Emblem Is ds glass bow.png FE12RankBow.png E 12 -- 90 0 2 3 600 2 Deals bonus damage to Is ds pegasus.png flying units.
Sells for 0 gold.
Awakening Is 3ds01 glass bow.png Bows E 13 -- 75 0 2 3 600 ? Deals bonus damage to Is 3ds01 pegasus.png flying units.
Sells for 1/4 of its worth.

Locations

New Mystery of the Emblem

Treasure Everyone's Conditions, obtained at random from a pool of possible items (1.74% chance).

Awakening

Treasure Event tiles or Barracks, obtained at random from a pool of possible items.

Flavor text


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Game Text
(English)
Text
(Japanese)
New Mystery of the Emblem ?? ??
Awakening Powerful, but quick to break. ??

Trivia

  • According to concept artwork notes in The Art of Fire Emblem Awakening, glass weapons, including the Glass Bow, were fashioned long before the events of the game and the means of their creation have been lost to time.[1]

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English

Glass Bow

Literal translation of the Japanese name.

Japanese

ガラスの弓

Glass Bow

Spanish

Arco cristal

Crystal Bow

French

Arc verre

Glass Bow

German

Glasbogen

Glass Bow

Italian

Arco vetro

Glass Bow

Gallery

References

  1. "They're all ancient artifacts-no one in this age can make them." (The Art of Fire Emblem Awakening (Darkhorse), pg. 136)

See also

Bows and Crossbows
Basic bows BowBowgunBow of ZoltanBroken BowBronze BowClarisse's BowEmblem BowGlass BowGordin's BowGreat BowInnes' BowIron BowKiller BowLong BowRienflecheRubber BowRusted BowRyan's BowShort BowSilencerSilver BowSlack BowSteel BowToy BowTraining Bow
Bows with secondary effects Anna's BowAstraBeacon BowBlessed BowBrave BowCleave BowCrescent BowCupid BowHunter's BowLaguz BowLunaMeisterbogenMila's BowNiles's BowQuick BowPython's BowSuperior BowUnderdog BowVenin BowViolin BowWolt's Bow
Magic-based bows Magic BowRadiant BowShining Bow
Ranged bows Double BowIron LongbowLongbowSilver LongbowSteel LongbowTowering Bow
Close-range bows Double BowIron ShortbowMini BowSilver ShortbowSteel Shortbow
Crossbows AqqarArbalestBowgunCrossbowTaksh
Regalia and personal bows FailnaughtLughnasadhMulagirNidhoggParthiaRolf's BowTathlum BowThe InexhaustibleYewfelle