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|Final Fantasy XIII-2 Enemy|
|ハングリージョウ (Hangurii Jyou)|
|Location||Bresha Ruins -005 AF- (Echoes of the Past)|
|Common Drop||Phoenix Down (10%)|
|Rare Drop||Vitality Sliver (5%)|
|Abilities||Virulent Breath, Envenomate|
|Notes|| - Capable of inflicting Poison.|
- Delivers devastating physical attacks.
The Albino Lobo is an enemy in Final Fantasy XIII-2. Attacking in pairs, Albino Lobos can poison opponents with their attacks. The party should be able to handle them with little trouble, though.
The Albino Lobo is a versatile Ravager that learns abilities of all four elements and its Strength, Magic and HP all reach high levels without excelling in any one stat. One drawback is that it lacks the third tier magic spells or Blitz attacks, and only learns one auto ability. It does learn three passive abilities that bestows positive status effects when low on HP, two of which can be passed on to another monster via infusion.
Albino Lobo can be used as an alternative for Blue Chocobo even though its HP is lower than Blue Chocobo's (that assuming the player uses only Potent materials), as Albino Lobo offers to element Strikes as opposed to Blue Chocobo, although in this matter it's worse than Apotamkin, but Apotamkin has rather low maximum HP with Potent materials in use. Also, his ability speed is slightly slower than Blue Chocobo's and higher than Apotamkin's, but it hardly changes anything.
|Traits||Late Bloomer - Rare - Craven|
|Feral Link||Shred (Inflicts physical damage to a single target. Input Type: Multiple)|
|Crystarium Development Graph|
Albinism (from Latin albus, "white") is a congenital disorder characterized by the complete or partial absence of pigment in the skin, hair and eyes. Albinism results from inheritance of recessive gene alleles and is known to affect all vertebrates, including humans. An organism with complete absence of melanin is called an albino and an organism with only a diminished amount of melanin is described as albinoid.
Lobo means "wolf" in Portuguese, Galician, and Spanish.