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Lizal Bow
ModelSprite
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Main appearance(s)
Other appearance(s)
Location(s)
Use(s)
Shooting Enemies
Strength
14
Durability
25

Lizal Bows are recurring Items and Objects in The Legend of Zelda series.[1]

Location and Uses

Breath of the Wild

Hyrule Compendium Entry

337 (342) Lizal Bow
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Description
A wooden bow created by Lizalfos. It's reinforced by the bones of a large fish— a marked improvement over any standard wooden bow.
Common Locations
Lanayru Great Spring
Lanayru Wetlands
Properties
Bow 14

Lizal Bows are Bows wielded by regular Lizalfos in the Lanayru Great Spring and Lanayru Wetlands. Fire-Breath Lizalfos, Ice-Breath Lizalfos, and Electric Lizalfos also use them if they're encountered before enemies tier up for the first time. They were created by Lizalfos and reinforced with the bones of a large fish.[1] This makes them superior to the standard Wooden Bow.[1]

Being made of wood, Lizal Bows will burn and eventually disintegrate if they're exposed to Fire or a Scorching Climate. They don't attract Lightning like metal weapons do, and they'll float if they're dropped in water.

Other Appearances

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity

Lizal Bows reappear in Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, being wielded by Lizalfos during the early stages of the game. Unlike Breath of the Wild, they cannot be picked up nor wielded by players.

Nomenclature

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LanguageName
ItalyItalianArco lizal
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See Also

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "Lizal Bow
    A wooden bow created by Lizalfos. It's reinforced by the bones of a large fish - a marked improvement over any standard wooden bow.
    " — Inventory (Breath of the Wild)
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