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The Malboro Menace is a boss in the Advance, Android and iOS versions of Final Fantasy VI.

Stats Edit

Battle Edit

At first it appears alone, but when killed it spawns two identical Malboro Menaces, and when they are killed, four more spawn. All the Malboro Menaces randomly use Blaster to counter attacks and spells used on them. They regularly use their signature Bad Breath and Diabolic Whistle abilities to inflict many status ailments on the party, making them very dangerous. The Ribbon relic is extremely useful during this battle. Offensively, Firaga and Ultima are the best attacks to use. Using Cyan's Bushido, Oblivion may dispatch to all the four Malboro Menaces at one turn.

Formations Edit

Number Enemies Encounter flags Introduction flag Musical theme Magic AP
Norm.Normal Back Surr.Surrounded Side
622 Malboro Menace, Malboro Menace x3 Y N N N Sides, individual The Decisive Battle

AI script Edit

Attack Turns:
1st Turn: Bad Breath (100%)
2nd Turn: Attack (66%) or Tentacle (33%)
3rd Turn: Attack (66%) or Diabolic Whistle (33%)

Everytime a Malboro Menace is killed: Increase Var3 by 1
If single Malboro Menace is killed (the original one):

Display message: Malboro Menace multiplies!
Bring in Malboro Menace x2

If double Malboro Menace are killed (the two brought in from the above block):

Display message: Malboro Menace multiplies!
Bring in Malboro Menace x4

If Var3 >= 1:

1st Turn: Bad Breath (33%) or Nothing (66%)
2nd Turn: Attack (66%) or Tentacle (33%)
3rd Turn: Attack (66%) or Diabolic Whistle (33%)

If killed:

If Var3 >= 3:
If only 1 monster is alive:
Target: Random Player
Blaster (33%) or Tentacle (33%) or Nothing (33%)

If attacked by anything:

Target: Random Player
Blaster (33%)

Other appearancesEdit

Pictlogica Final FantasyEdit

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PFF Malboro menace
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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.

Related enemies Edit