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Bad Breath in Final Fantasy IX.

Bad Breath, also known as Breath or Sour Mouth, is an enemy skill used by the recurring Malboro enemies. In most games the attack can be learned as Blue Magic. It inflicts multiple status ailments, occasionally with a small amount of damage.

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Final Fantasy II

The attack itself is used by Chimera Sphinx enemies, which appear in the Jade Passage (second-to-last dungeon). However, the Malboro enemies instead can inflict a myriad of status effects by simply attacking.

Final Fantasy III

Only the final boss The Cloud of Darkness can use this ability, it only affects one party member.

Final Fantasy IV

The Malboro enemies use Breath as their opening attack. It only affects one party member.

Final Fantasy VI

The Malboro and Great Malboro use this attack sometimes when left alone. Strago can learn it as a Lore from them. It only affects one party member.

Final Fantasy VII

Bad Breath is an Enemy Skill learned through the enemy Malboro. It casts a variety of status effects on all enemies, including: Frog, Mini, Poison, Silence, and Sleepel. With all those effects, Bad Breath can render most enemies completely defenseless. However, it rarely works on bosses. The MP cost is 58.

Final Fantasy VIII

Quistis can learn this as a Limit Break from the Malboro Tentacles. It inflicts various statuses to all enemies depending on Quistis' Crisis Level:

Final Fantasy IX

Bad Breath is an enemy ability unique to the Malboro enemy. It inflicts Confusion, Poison, Blind, Slow, and Mini to one target (40% chance of succeeding). Quina Quen can learn Bad Breath from eating a Malboro, Anemone, or Worm Hydra. It costs 16 MP to cast.

Final Fantasy X

Kimahri can learn this Ronso Rage by using Lancet on a Malboro or Great Malboro. The latter enemy always opens battle with this attack. A more powerful version called Putrid Breath is used by the Malboro Menace enemy, which can only be fought in the Monster Arena, and deals minor damage in addition to inflicting statuses.

Final Fantasy X-2

Bad Breath is a Blue Bullet ability learned by the Gun Mage Job class, costing 64 MP to use. Malboros are able to use Bad Breath while the Great Malboro can utilize the more powerful Really Bad Breath, which inflicts more status effects.

Final Fantasy XI

Bad Breath is an ability used by members of the Malboro family, and can be cast by Blue Mages starting at level 61. It is considered a breath attack, inflicting Earth-elemental damage in addition to various status ailments: Slow, Poison, Silence, Paralyze, Weight, Bind, and Blind.

A few Malboro NMs have a deadly variant called Extremely Bad Breath, so toxic that it inflicts Instant K.O. on all in range.

Final Fantasy XII

Used by all forms of Malboro, Bad Breath causes some of the lesser status effects. Malboros can also use other status-breath attacks, including Cloying Breath and Putrid Breath.

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings

Ba'Gamnan learns Bad Breath at level 18, and it inflicts a random debuff on a circle of enemies for 10 seconds.

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

Bad Breath is learned from Malboro and Big Malboro. Deals as many as seven status ailments which include Slow, Confuse, Poison, Blind, Silence, Frog, and Sleep.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift

Learned from Malboro-type enemies. Slightly weakened from the first game, it only deals three status ailments: Poison, Blind, and Silence, however it now affects a T-shaped area.

Final Fantasy Mystic Quest

Though the enemy ability appears in Final Fantasy Mystic Quest, its effect is different, or greatly toned down. Stheno and Plant Man possess the ability which inflicts the Paralyze status.

Dissidia Final Fantasy

Bad Breath is an ability used by the summon Malboro. It constantly saps bravery from the opponent depending on how far they are from the summoner. The closer the two players are, the greater the reduction.

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