This malboro tendril was dried in the sun, removing much of its scent. Used as a material in basket weaving and other handcrafts.
Malboro Vine (モルボルの触手, Moruboru no Shokushu?), also called M-Tentacle or Malboro Tentacle, is a recurring item in the Final Fantasy series. It is, as its name implies, typically acquired from the Malboro enemy and has varying uses, mostly associated with Poison.
Uses "Bio3" on all opponents
The M-Tentacles is a battle item, which deals Poison-elemental damage to all enemies with 48% chance of inflicting target with the Poison status, in essence being the item version of the spell Bio3. It can be dropped from the Malboro or Sneaky Step, or by stolen from the Malboro.
The Malboro Tentacle is one of the required items to use the Solomon Ring to get the GF Doomtrain, six in all needed with the other items. It also teaches Quistis the Bad Breath Blue Magic and is used to get her ultimate weapon, Save the Queen. For refining purposes, Malboro Tentacle x100 can be refined into Moon Curtain x1, Malboro Tentacle x1 can be refined into Bio x40, and Malboro Tentacle x1 can be refined into Remedy x2.
Malboro Vines are dropped from members of the Malboro family, and are used by Alchemists to synthesize goods such as Hi-Potions. A variant is the Ameretat Vine, dropped from the eponymous relatives in the Near East; these vines are used in production of special high-level swords exclusive to Blue Mages.
A slender, scissile tentacle. Usually shipped by the Malboro Vine bunch.
Malboro Vine is a high-ranked Braided Twine that can be Scavenged from Inscrutable Bones on Muruc Cahuac Skysea and Tswarra, Isle of the Lost or bought at the Sky Saloon in Chapter 6 for 570 gil (5% discount). It can be used to craft Runeblade, Earthsabre, Elfin Bow, and Pyroblade.
A fibrous vine dripping with poison. It is valued as a monster ward, and could fetch a high price.
Marlboro Cigarettes, since the creatures often spew horrid fumes."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