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The Fujin Yumi (風神弓 Fūjinkyū, lit. Wind God Bow) is a Yumi that is introduced in Fire Emblem Fates. The personal Yumi of Takumi, the Fujin Yumi takes on two distinct forms: A bronze form and a normal form. Both forms lessen the effects of terrain penalties on its wielder; like most Yumi, both forms also raise its wielder's Resistance by 2.

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The Fujin Yumi was one of five weapons crafted by the Rainbow Sage to be used by humans in order to end the war between the First Dragons. It, alongside Siegfried, Raijinto and Brynhildr, is necessary in order to unlock the full power of the Yato. After the war, the Yumi was passed down through the Hoshidan royal family. Its latest known wielder is Takumi, the second prince of Hoshido.

Weapon Stats

Fire Emblem Fates

Bronze Form

Name Type

FE14Yumi Fujin Yumi

FE14 Bow Bow

Rank Uses Mt Hit Crt Avo Rng WEx Worth
E 7 80% 0% 0% 2  ? 0
Effect

Critical Evade by +10.
Cannot critical or trigger offensive skills.
Lowers the movement cost of all traversable terrain to 1.

Normal Form

Name Type

FE14YumiFujin Yumi

FE14 Bow Bow

Rank Uses Mt Hit Crt Avo Rng WEx Worth
E 14 70% 5% 10% 2  ? 0
Effect

Takumi only.
Lowers the movement cost of all traversable terrain to 1.

Item Locations

Fire Emblem Fates

Method Location
Inventory Takumi

Etymology

Fuujin, or Fūjin (風神), is the Japanese god of wind and one of the eldest Shinto gods. Like Ryoma's legendary katana, the Raijinto, it is named after the major Shinto deity associated with storms, Raijin. Yumi (弓) is the Japanese word for "bow".

Trivia

  • It is suggested in Takumi and Kiragi's supports that using the Fujin Yumi requires the user to have a high level of concentration and a strong will, as the arrows and bowstring only appear when the user has a clear mind, vanishing with the slightest drop in the wielder's concentration. This thus makes the Yumi a particularly difficult weapon to master.
  • The Fujin Yumi may have been based off the Ame-no-Makakoyumi, a bow that appears in Japanese mythology. Its arrows are very likely based off the Ame-no-Habaya arrows.
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