He once was her love, but the unforgiving winds could never understand the softness of mortal flesh. He once was her foe, but her hunt was for more than simple vengeance.
"I dreamt of ocean waves and sand, of lush forests and land." "I dreamt of boars playing in berry bushes, of a towering spire." These words she spoke to the God King in a soft tone, but they were left unheard.
Awoken from blind love, she realized she was the only one who spoke with sincerity. For he spoke of love, but was only accompanied by razor winds. He looked down at the bent backs of his subjects in the howling wind, believing it to be a sign of their adoration and unwavering obedience.
It was the era when the Tyrant of the North Wind warred with the Lord of the Tower. The huntress thought herself loved by the slavemaster. At the end of the war, and when the wind of resistance first blew, in the company of a nameless young man, elf, and knight, she scaled the towering spire and challenged the eccentric lord.
"Finally, I shall hold his gaze."
But it was not until the moment when her arrow flew toward him, and when the piercing wind was about to rip her asunder, that she finally realized their distance apart.
18 Chaos Device
14 Chaos Core
27 Chaos Core
Amos' Bow was promoted or featured with a drop-rate boost in 2 Event Wishes:
Lv. 1 Aquila Favonia
Lv. 1 The Stringless
Lv. 1 The Widsith
Lv. 1 Favonius Lance
Lv. 1 The Bell
Lv. 1 The Flute
Lv. 1 Skyward Pride
Lv. 1 Favonius Warbow
Lv. 1 Eye of Perception
Lv. 1 Dragon's Bane
Lv. 1 The Bell
Lv. 1 Sacrificial Sword
- It is currently unclear who the knight mentioned in the description is. It was originally assumed to be the Red-Haired Warrior, who was one of the four members of the group depicted in The Boy and the Whirlwind trailer. However, after the release of Freedom-Sworn, the Red-Haired Warrior was separated into a fifth member of the group, leaving the knight's identity a mystery; it is theorized to be Gunnhildr, whose participation in the rebellion was attested to in Biography of Gunnhildr but was not depicted in The Boy and the Whirlwind.
- Various characters are seen wielding this weapon in their official Character Demos or Collected Miscellany videos: