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Burol, Bomberman Quest

Buroru, also known as Maron, Maround, Toran the ghost, and Burol, is an enemy in the Bomberman series.


In Bomberman, Maron moves at a normal pace, randomly turning or reversing directions upon colliding with walls or bombs.

Bomberman II

Maron moves at a normal pace, randomly turning or reversing directions upon colliding with a wall or bomb. After moving four tile spaces (or rather, after having landed in an intersection twice), it will pause for a moment before resuming its movement pattern. When Maron is paused, will start at speed-up towards Bomberman if it is in line of sight. It first appears in Area 5-1.[1]


In Bomberman '93, Maron's movement pattern is identical to its first appearance, but it moves slowly.[2] It was renamed "Maround" in the U.S. version.[3] It is the first enemy encountered in the game.

Strategy (Panic Bomber)

In Bomberman: Panic Bomber, Buroru moves at an average speed, and it likes to make stacks in the corners of its field. It may be a hard or easy enemy depending on the player's skills; acting faster generally means victory is assured.

In Super Bomberman - Panic Bomber W, Buroru is not a very strong opponent.[4] It moves its pieces into position and waits until they are two blocks from the top of the field before quickly moving them down into position.

In the Virtual Boy version, Buroru was renamed to "Toran the ghost" in the U.S. version. It is described as a tenacious opponent.[5]

Bomberman Quest

Burol appears as an opponent in the Field Zone. It moves slowly, wandering aimlessly. It has 3 HP and yields the Yo-yo upon defeat.[6]



  1. Bomberman II Japanese manual, pg. 8
  2. Bomberman '93 Japanese manual, pg. 9
  3. Bomberman '93 American manual, pg. 9
  4. Super Bomberman Complete Encyclopedia, pg. 78
  5. Panic Bomber (Virtual Boy) U.S. manual, pg. 21
  6. Bomberman Quest Official Guidebook, pg. 31
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