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Final Fantasy III Enemy
Gt.Boros
グレートボロス (Gureetoborosu)
FF3NES-GreaterBoros
Statistics
Level HP
56 890
EXP Gil
3,800 2,000
Elemental Affinities
Fire Cold Thunder
- - -
Wind Light Dark Swords
- - -
Location Cave of Bahamut
Steal Potion
Item Dropped None
Abilities None
Other Information
Greater Boros
グレートボロス (Gureetoborosu)
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Statistics
Level HP
37 3,280
Attack Defense
83 26
EXP Gil
7,600 1,700
Elemental Affinities
Fire Ice Lightning Water
- - Weak -
Wind Light Dark Blades
- - -
Location Bahamut's Lair
Steal Gold Needle
Common Drop Gold Needle
Uncommon Drop Gold Needle
Rare Drop Gold Needle
Abilities Thundara
Other Information May inflict Petrify with physical attacks.

The Greater Boros, also known as the Gt.Boros, is an enemy in Final Fantasy III. In the NES version, it is a relatively easy enemy to defeat, but in the DS version, it is a rather dangerous enemy as it can inflict Petrify with its physical attacks as well as having access to the Thundara spell. It is highly recommended to bring lots of Gold Needles as well as the spell Stona to prevent the petrification, or have a character equipped with a Ribbon or Aegis Shield. They are otherwise easily defeated with a single casting of Thundaga.

Other appearances Edit

Final Fantasy Record Keeper Edit

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Etymology Edit

The Ouroboros is Greek for "tail-devourer". It is an ancient symbol depicting a serpent or dragon swallowing its own tail and forming a circle. It most commonly symbolizes cyclicality, unity, or infinity.

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