The Fenrir's Jaw is made of silver metal, with two large plates connected by a smaller, darker piece. The connection points appear to be hinged, and small chains are connected to the backs of the side plates via small metal rings. The front edges of the side plates bear two spikes at their outer tips - coupled with the hinged design, the bow is reminiscent of an open bear trap. The arrows of Fenrir's Jaw are silver and metallic, with a somewhat rounded head and a small ring near the tail.
The Fenrir's Jaw with the useful ability to drain HP, but in spite of this is evidently not a defensive weapon. It gives an average boost to Attack and a mediocre boost to Magic Attack, as well as somewhat boosting Evade and Accuracy. In EBF4 it also provides a small Health boost. Despite being the only bow able to drain HP, Fenrir's Jaw lacks any other real defensive capability (Lost Fallen summon notwithstanding), not even boosting Defence or Magic Defence.
In EBF5 it has several features that make it a more viable weapon. The ability to freely apply Tired makes Fenrir's Jaw capable of hampering foes, and despite the rest of the special effects it has this ability is what makes it unique. That said, it does boost the power of non-elemental skills (which basically amounts to the Sawblade tree) and more notably it ignores defensive buffs, allowing Fenrir's Jaw to deal consistent damage as it inflicts Tired. To top it off, the bow will occasionally summon Lost Fallen, dealing additional damage and providing Morale for the party to act as a safety net. In essence, while Fenrir's Jaw does not have significant power offensively or defensively, it has a couple of neat tricks that make it an interesting if highly gimmicky weapon.
| Fashioned after the jaws of a great wolf.
|Spells & Statuses|
|Power||Chance Modifier||Attack Status|
|Drains HP from targets with certain skills. Boosts the power of Holy skills. Counter-attacks with Normal Attack.|