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Final Fantasy III Enemy
DorgaCln.
ドーガクローン (Doogakuroon)
FFIII NES Doga's Clone
Statistics
Level HP
46 1,500
EXP Gil
4,000 2,800
Elemental Affinities
Fire Cold Thunder
- - -
Wind Light Dark Swords
- - -
Location Sylx Tower
Steal Potion
Item Dropped Nothing
Abilities Brak2, Drain, Quake
Other Information
Doga's Clone
ドーガクローン (Doogakuroon)
Doga's Clone ds
#176#177 #178
Statistics
Level HP
45 18,500
Attack Defense
96 29
EXP Gil
16,000 5,000
Elemental Affinities
Fire Ice Lightning Water
- - - -
Wind Light Dark Blades
- - -
Location Crystal Tower
Steal None
Common Drop None
Uncommon Drop None
Rare Drop None
Abilities Breakga, Drain, Quake
Other Information None

Doga's Clone, also known as DorgaCln., is an enemy in Final Fantasy III. It can be found in the Crystal Tower and is a palette swap of Doga, but much easier to defeat and less powerful than the original. It follows the same pattern as Doga, but can be defeated at a much faster pace due to its lower HP. Physical attacks are more than enough to defeat it. In the NES version, it is randomly summoned by Blucks.

Other appearances Edit

Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade Edit

FFAB

Doga's Clone Brigade
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Final Fantasy Record Keeper Edit

FFRK

FFRK Doga's Clone FFIII
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Etymology Edit

In biology, cloning refers to the natural or artificial process of producing similar populations of genetically identical individuals. The term is derived from the Ancient Greek word κλών klōn, "twig", referring to the process whereby a new plant can be created from a twig.

More generally, the word "clone" means a duplicate or copy of something.

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