Aragami Information
Gboro-Gboro is a medium sized crocodile-like Aragami, first introduced in God Eater.

Norn Database

God Eater Burst
Amphibian Aragami bearing huge fins and a head. Looks like an alligator. Shoots multiple water spheres from a turret-shaped protuberance. despite appearing sluggish, it can move quite fast. first appeared on the southeastern Eurasian continent. The water spheres shot can cover a wide range, and its biting power is strong. Avoid head-on combat, and stay alert even when you're behind its back.
God Eater Resurrection & God Eater 2 Rage Burst
An aquatic Aragami with massive fins, head, and chin. It can fire multiple balls of liquid from its cannon-like snout. It is at home on both land and in the water, and is surprisingly fast. Native to southeast Eurasian coastal areas.

The range of its shots is huge and the strength of its jaws make attacking its head-on a fool's errand. Additionally, it can spin quickly and violently to face attackers behind it.

ATK Element: Freeze

Weaknesses: Blaze, Spark

Additional Information
  • It is considered among the easiest Aragami to fight, but that doesn't mean you should neglect it as a minor threat, especially when fought in a group on an enclosed stage (e.g. Gboro-Gboro Panic DLC Mission in God Eater Burst).
  • Though it looks like a fish, it is capable of moving very fast while on land.
  • In God Eater 2, it gains the ability to artillery enemies from a very long distance. Its defense attributes also have noticeably increased.
  • Gboro-Gboro was given one of Kabbala-Kabbala's attack in God Eater Resurrection.

For battle information check the Gboro-Gboro/Advanced Information page


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