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The '''Malboro''' is a plant/malboro-type enemy from ''[[Final Fantasy XII]]''. It can be found in the The Needlebrake and Paths of Chained Light areas of [[Golmore Jungle]]. Malboro returns in ''[[Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings]]'' as an [[Malboro (Revenant Wings)|enemy]]. As in most other "Final Fantasy" games where it appears, [[Bad Breath]] is its main attack.
 
The '''Malboro''' is a plant/malboro-type enemy from ''[[Final Fantasy XII]]''. It can be found in the The Needlebrake and Paths of Chained Light areas of [[Golmore Jungle]]. Malboro returns in ''[[Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings]]'' as an [[Malboro (Revenant Wings)|enemy]]. As in most other "Final Fantasy" games where it appears, [[Bad Breath]] is its main attack.
   
==Bestiary Entry==
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===Page 1: Observations===
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{{Q|Being a hideous creature with brownish-green mottled skin, and writhing tentacles. It eats only of flesh, drawing no sustenance from photosynthesis as common plants do. Favoring stealth, it approaches its prey in silence, then strikes without warning, swallowing its victim whole. Its maw is filled with powerfully acidic saliva, and breathing the miasma that is its foul breath causes poisoning and madness.}}
 
{{Q|Being a hideous creature with brownish-green mottled skin, and writhing tentacles. It eats only of flesh, drawing no sustenance from photosynthesis as common plants do. Favoring stealth, it approaches its prey in silence, then strikes without warning, swallowing its victim whole. Its maw is filled with powerfully acidic saliva, and breathing the miasma that is its foul breath causes poisoning and madness.}}
   
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==Gallery==
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|File:Malboro.jpg|Concept art of Malboro.
 
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==Etymology==
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{{Etym|Malboro}}
 
{{Etym|Malboro}}
   
==Related Enemies==
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== Related Enemies ==
*[[Malboro Overking]]
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* [[Malboro Overking]]
*[[Cassie (Final Fantasy XII)|Cassie]]
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* [[Cassie (Final Fantasy XII)|Cassie]]
*[[Great Malboro (Final Fantasy XII)|Great Malboro]]
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* [[Great Malboro (Final Fantasy XII)|Great Malboro]]
*[[Malboro King (Final Fantasy XII)|Malboro King]]
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* [[Malboro King (Final Fantasy XII)|Malboro King]]
*[[Vivian (Final Fantasy XII)|Vivian]]
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* [[Vivian (Final Fantasy XII)|Vivian]]
*[[Kris (Final Fantasy XII)|Kris]] (Rare)
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* [[Kris (Final Fantasy XII)|Kris]] (Rare)
*[[Carrot (Final Fantasy XII)|Carrot]] (Elite Mark)
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* [[Carrot (Final Fantasy XII)|Carrot]] (Elite Mark)
*[[Wild Malboro]] (Mark)
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* [[Wild Malboro]] (Mark)
   
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Revision as of 01:06, September 16, 2015

FFXII wiki icon Template:FFXII Enemy The Malboro is a plant/malboro-type enemy from Final Fantasy XII. It can be found in the The Needlebrake and Paths of Chained Light areas of Golmore Jungle. Malboro returns in Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings as an enemy. As in most other "Final Fantasy" games where it appears, Bad Breath is its main attack.

Bestiary Entry

Page 1: Observations

Being a hideous creature with brownish-green mottled skin, and writhing tentacles. It eats only of flesh, drawing no sustenance from photosynthesis as common plants do. Favoring stealth, it approaches its prey in silence, then strikes without warning, swallowing its victim whole. Its maw is filled with powerfully acidic saliva, and breathing the miasma that is its foul breath causes poisoning and madness.

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Gallery

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Etymology

"Malboro" may derive from the Japanese onomatopoeia boro, the sound of an upset stomach. The word mal, means something bad or illness. The name could also be a reference to Marlboro Cigarettes, since the creatures often spew horrid fumes.

Related Enemies

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