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FFXIII Malboro Wand

Malboro Wand in Final Fantasy XIII.

A weapon which carries the name of the legendary Malboro, a beast whose breath is capable of inflicting all manner of ailment, and has been responsible for many tragedies. Like its name would suggest, this weapon too is capable of weakening its enemies. Though as powerful as this weapon may be, it is only able to be wielded by those skilled enough to use it.

Malboro Wand (モルボルワンド, Moruboru Wando?) is a recurring weapon in the Final Fantasy series.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy XIIIEdit

XIII

Named after a venomous plant-creature of legend, this weapon is said to harbor the power to cause cataclysms.
—Description

Malboro Wand is a weapon for Vanille. It is a second tier weapon, obtained by using a Uraninite on a mastered Belladonna Wand. Its passive ability is Improved Debuffing II, improving the success rate of Vanille's Saboteur skills (apart from Death). It takes 153,000 EXP to max out.

Strength Magic
Malboro Wand Start 63 127 Named after a venomous plant-creature of legend, this weapon is said to harbor the power to cause cataclysms. FFXIII Malboro Wand
Max 167 335
Improved Debuffing II Transform: Uraninite (@ The Motherlode) Price: 45,000
Equipment Grade: F Synthesis Group: Positive Effect (Buff Duration +30%, 50%, 70%, 90%) Level ★ Dismantle Components: Fractured Horn (x7), Cobaltite, Belladonna Wand

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EtymologyEdit

Malboro is a recurring enemy in the Final Fantasy series. "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.