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- "Bow used for battle."
- —Description, Final Fantasy IV.
The Great Bow is the second weakest bow in the game, being slightly stronger than the Bow. It provides 18 Attack and can be bought for 1200 gil in Canaan in the Nintendo DS version. Otherwise, it must be found at Tokkul or at Cid's house. It can only be used by the Freelancer, Onion Knight, Warrior, Black Mage, Red Mage, and Ranger.
The Great Bow, originally called the DwarfBow, is a low-ranked bow that provides 18 Attack and -10 Accuracy in all non-DS versions, and in the DS version it provides 30 Attack, 75 Accuracy, and +2 Speed. It could be bought for 2000 gil in Troia (non-DS versions only) or found for free in Troia.
The Great Bow is a low to mid-ranked bow that provides 30 Attack, 25% Accuracy, and +3 Strength. It can be bought for 2000 gil at Mist, Kaipo, Agart, Troia, and Mysidia, or found at Tower of Babil as Edge or the Castle Waterway as Palom.
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