"A bow used by the princess who fought the beasts of twilight alongside the hero. It's said to contain the spirits of light's power. It fires arrows straight and true, as if beams of light."
— In-game description

The Twilight Bow is an item from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. It is a bow that refers to the Bow of Light used by Princess Zelda in Twilight Princess. It can be obtained randomly from Treasure Chests summoned by using the amiibo Rune and the Zelda amiibo of the Super Smash Bros. series. The Twilight Bow only appears after Link has completed and freed one of the Divine Beasts, thus will not randomly spawn until Link has completed at least one of the Divine Beast dungeons. It is said to contain the power of the Light Spirits. It uses the same Light Arrows as those used by Princess Zelda in Twilight Princess. Like the Bow of Light, its Light Arrows are effective against Dark Beast Ganon though they are also effective against Calamity Ganon and the Scourges of the Divine Beasts.

The Twilight Bow has an attack power of 30 and a durability of 100. Although its arrows do have a ballistic trajectory, the arrows fired by the Twilight Bow travel hundreds of times farther than the Ancient Bow. According to the Complete Official Guide, it has a range of 8000. In comparison, the Bow of Light has a range of 500, and the highest range below that is 40. The bow does not consume any normally obtainable arrows as it fires Light Arrows, of which there are an unlimited supply. However, the bow itself will eventually break, after which the Light Arrows will no longer be usable however it has the same level of base durability as the Bow of Light as 100 is the maximum durability of any bow. However Link can reacquired it using the Amiibo Rune (saving before using the Amiibo rune is highly recommended, as reloading the save from before the rune was used allows the player to roll a new set of Amiibo chests without the normal lockout period).

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