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CDDefenders

Crystal Defenders Enemy
Great Malboro
CD Great Malboro
Gametypes W1
W2
W3
Wave Number Wave 29 (W1)
Wave 17 (W2)
Wave 23 (W3)
HP 6,000 (Bisga Greenlands)
4,500 (Bisga Greenlands Adv)
3,300 (Orchise Snowfields)
2,700 (Orchise Snowfields Adv)
2,700 (Kthili Sands)
2,430 (Melby Point)
9,590 (Ruins of Delgantua)
12,330 (Ruins Of Delgantua Adv)
Abilities None (W1)
Steals Multiple Crystals (W2, W3)

The Great Malboro is an enemy from Crystal Defenders.

It has a fearsome HP count, and W2 adds the ability of stealing two Crystals instead of one. Deploy and upgrade Soldiers if one does not have many of them, or they will not able to destroy all of these.

In W1, it is the final wave before the Esper bosses, so prepare on this wave.

Non-Final Fantasy appearances Edit

Puzzle & Dragons Edit

PAD Malboro Menace

Great Malboro.

Great Malboro appeared in Puzzle & Dragons as part of the Crystal Defenders collaboration.

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Etymology Edit

"Malboro" may derive from the Japanese onomatopoeia boro, the sound of an upset stomach. Their name is most likely derived from the Latin and Greek words mal (meaning bad) and boros (meaning breath), a reference to their infamous attack. The name could also be a reference to Marlboro Cigarettes, since the creatures often spew horrid fumes.

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