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Final Fantasy 15 Dungeon Guide – Malmalam Thicket

Final Fantasy 15 Dungeon Guide - Malmalam Thicket
Final Fantasy XV is packed with exciting and challenging dungeon content, each more difficult than the last. This Final Fantasy 15 Dungeon Guide – Malmalam Thicket focuses on the Malmalam Thicket dungeon tucked away in the corner of the game world at a somewhat surprising low-level requirement.

Where Is The Malmalam Thicket Dungeon

Where Is The Malmalam Thicket Dungeon

Malmalam Thicket Dungeon Guide – Requirements

Malmalam Thicket is one of the lowest level dungeons in Final Fantasy XV, as such the requirements aren’t that difficult to obtain. The Royal Arm you find inside is worth obtaining for magic users as it offers 150+ to the stat.

Malmalam Thicket Dungeon Guide – Monsters

Malmalam Thicket is home to a number of different types of enemies, most of which have weaknesses, make sure to exploit them. Below is a list of enemies and information relating to their weakness.

Mandrake (Level 32)
Weaknesses: Fire

Soldier Wasp (Level 37)
Weaknesses: Great Sword

Shieldbears (Level 18)
Weaknesses: Thunder

Malmalam Thicket Dungeon Guide – Boss Battles

Bandersnatch (Level 38)
Weaknesses: Thunder

This is a very straight forward fight. It has similar abilities to earlier enemies with a small tail attack and roll attack. Keep your distance and utilize your skillset and you shouldn’t have any real problem taking this guy down.

Malmalam Thicket Dungeon Guide – Loot

Malmalam Thicket isn’t home to a whole lot of loot but the Thunderbolt is an incredibly powerful great sword at this level and a Royal Arm is always a welcomed addition to any explorers arsenal of weaponry.

  • Thunderbolt (Powerful lightning sword. Found on the floor near the start of the dungeon)
  • Pendulum
  • Star Pendent (Near the lightning node)
  • Moon Pendent (Near the waterfall)
  • Scepter Of The Pious Royal Arm (Check behind the Bandersnatch for a room that Noctis can unlock)

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