Monster Hunter World Large Monsters List: Weaknesses, How To Kill, and Location

Monster Hunter World Large Monsters List
The new monster field guide as presented in Monster Hunter World.

Great Jagras

Strategy and Tips

The Great Jagras can enlarge its belly by swallowing small monsters to increase its attack radius and damage.  Focus your attacks on its enlarged belly during this phase to make it spit the small monster out and weaken it.  The Great Jagras can be tempted to eat meat traps, these are poisoned meat, tinged meat, and drugged meat. (See this guide on how to use meat traps)
 

Monster Information

in-game information: " The pack leader of the Jagras. When hungry, Great Jagras are known to attack monsters even stronger than themselves. It balloons to unbelievable proportions after swallowing prey."

species: fanged wyvern

weak spots, severable parts, and breakable parts:

  • head (weak spot) (breakable)
  • chest (weak spot) (breakable)
  • front claws (weak spot) (breakable)

elemental weaknesses:

  • fire (★★★)
  • thunder (★★)
  • ice (★★)
  • dragon (★)

elemental strengths:

  • water (element has no effect on monster)

applicable status ailments:

  • poison (★★★)
  • sleep (★★★)
  • paralysis (★★★)
  • blast (★★★)
  • stun / K.O. (★★★)

applicable traps:

  • shock
  • pitfall
  • ancient forest vines

other applicable status:

  • blind (flash pod)
  • dung effect (dung pod)
  • mounting

tempered version:

  • none

Map Locations

  • Ancient Forest

Quest Appearances, Carves, Weapons, and Armor

  • mhworld.kiranico.com/monster/great-jagras

Current Event Quest Appearances

  • [6★] Triple Threat Throwdown (current availability: June 1-7, 2018)

Anjanath  

Strategy and Tips

Anjanath's head, its weak spot, can be difficult to reach with some melee weapons. Use melee weapons with long reach like the great sword, long sword, lance, gunlance, or switchaxe. Focus on its legs to make it fall. Bowgun piercing ammo can be useful when aiming at the head. Use spread bow attacks when aiming at from the side. Be careful when it is enraged and pay attention to its fire breath attack.

Monster Information

in-game information: "The Anjanath patrols the Ancient Forest looking for its favorite meal, Aptonoth.

This belligerent monster will attack anything without the slightest provocation."

species: brute wyvern

weak spots, severable parts, and breakable parts:

  • head (weak spot)(breakable)
  • tail (weak spot) (severable)
  • legs (breakable)

elemental weaknesses:

  • water (★★★)
  • thunder (★★)
  • ice (★★)
  • dragon (★)

elemental strengths:

  • fire (element has no effect on monster)

applicable status ailments:

  • poison (★★)
  • sleep (★★)
  • paralysis (★★)
  • blast (★)
  • stun / K.O. (★★)

applicable traps:

  • shock
  • pitfall
  • ancient forest vines

other applicable status:

  • blind (flash pod)
  • dung effect (dung pod)
  • tripping (attack the legs)
  • mounting

tempered version:

  • yes

Map Locations

  • Ancient Forest
  • Wildspire Waste

Quest Appearances, Carves, Rewards, Weapons, and Armor

  • mhworld.kiranico.com/monster/anjanath

Current Event Quest Appearances

  • none available as of June 5, 2018

Kulu-Ya-Ku

Strategy and Tips

Kulu-Ya-Ku can pick up a rock and use it to defend its front area. Most weapons will bounce and bowgun ammo can be ineffective. Attack it at the back during this phase.    

Monster Information

in-game information: " An odd bird wyvern that has developed limbs capable of carrying weapons.

It's been spotted stealing eggs from nests found in the Ancient Forest and Wildspire Waste."

species: bird wyvern

weak spots, severable parts, and breakable parts:

  • head (weak spot) (breakable)

elemental weaknesses:

  • fire (★★)
  • water (★★★)
  • thunder (★★)
  • ice (★★)
  • dragon (★★)

elemental strengths:

  • none

applicable status ailments:

  • poison (★★)
  • sleep (★★)
  • paralysis (★★)
  • blast (★★)
  • stun / K.O. (★★)

applicable traps:

  • shock
  • pitfall
  • ancient forest vines

other applicable status:

  • blind (flash pod)
  • dung effect (dung pod)
  • mounting

tempered version:

  • none

Map Locations

  • Ancient Forest
  • Wildspire Waste

Quest Appearances, Carves, Rewards, Weapons, and Armor

  • mhworld.kiranico.com/monster/kulu-ya-ku

Current Event Quest Appearances

  • none available as of June 5, 2018

 

Pukei-Pukei

Strategy and Tips

Be careful when Pukei-Pukei goes to the Ancient Forest area with poisoned plants. You can easily get poisoned again and again in this area if you accidentally attack the poisoned plants. Always bring herbal medicine (better than antidote due to its faster consume time). You can use spore puffs at the Ancient Forest to conceal yourself.  
 

Monster Information

in-game information: " A bird wyvern known to possess poisonous toxins in its body. It's been spotted storing scatternuts in its mouth or tail, coating them with poison and spitting them out at threats."

species: bird wyvern

weak spots, severable parts, and breakable parts:

  • head (weak spot) (breakable)
  • wings (weak spot) (breakable)
  • tail (weak spot) (severable)
  • back (breakable)

elemental weaknesses:

  • fire (★★)
  • thunder (★★★)
  • ice (★★)
  • dragon (★)

elemental strengths:

  • water (element has no effect on monster)

applicable status ailments:

  • poison (★★)
  • sleep (★★★)
  • paralysis (★★★)
  • blast (★★)
  • stun / K.O. (★★)

applicable traps:

  • shock
  • pitfall
  • ancient forest vines

other applicable status:

  • blind (flash pod)
  • dung effect (dung pod)
  • tripping (attack the legs)
  • mounting

tempered version:

  • yes

Map Locations

  • Ancient Forest
  • Wildspire Waste (tempered)

Quest Appearances, Carves, Rewards, Weapons, and Armor

  • mhworld.kiranico.com/monster/pukei-pukei

Current Event Quest Appearances

  • none available as of June 5, 2018

 

Tobi-Kadachi

Strategy and Tips

When enraged, watch out every time it attaches itself to a tree. It can unleash a powerful attack. Its thunder attacks can inflict the thunder / thunderblight status which can cause stun. Bring Nulberries to instantly remove this status ailment. Thunderproof mantle reduces thunder damage and immunity mantle instantly removes and prevents thunder / thunderblight status ailment.

Monster Information

in-game information: " A fanged wyvern that flies among the trees of the Ancient Forest. Its penchant to brush against the ground and the trees as it moves around builds up static electricity within its fur."

species: fanged wyvern

weak spots, severable parts, and breakable parts:

  • head  (weak spot) (breakable)
  • tail (weak spot) (severable)
  • front legs (breakable)
  • back (breakable)

elemental weaknesses:

  • fire (★★)
  • water (★★★)
  • ice (★★)
  • dragon (★)

elemental strengths:

  • thunder (element has no effect on monster)

applicable status ailments:

  • poison (★★★)
  • sleep (★★)
  • paralysis (★★)
  • blast (★★)
  • stun / K.O. (★★)

applicable traps:

  • shock
  • pitfall
  • ancient forest vines

other applicable status:

  • blind (flash pod)
  • dung effect (dung pod)
  • mounting

tempered version:

  • yes

Map Locations

  • Ancient Forest

Quest Appearances, Carves, Rewards, Weapons, and Armor

  • mhworld.kiranico.com/monster/tobi-kadachi

Current Event Quest Appearances

  • none available as of June 5, 2018

Rathalos

Strategy and Tips

As much as possible, don't let Rathalos fly. Use flash pods every time it's in the air. Focus on the legs to make it fall. Before being enraged, it lets out a roar to stun hunters, then spits out a fireball before flying. Always be aware of this phase.

Monster Information

in-game information: " The apex monster of the Ancient Forest, also known as the 'King of the Skies'. A fierce wyvern that descends upon invaders, attacking with poisonous claws and fiery breath."

species: flying wyvern

weak spots, severable parts, and breakable parts:

  • head (weak spot) (breakable)
  • wings (weak spot) (breakable)
  • tail (weak spot) (severable)
  • back (breakable)

elemental weaknesses:

  • water (★)
  • thunder (★★)
  • ice (★)
  • dragon (★★★)

elemental strengths:

  • fire (element has no effect on monster)
  • applicable status ailments:
  • poison (★)
  • sleep (★★)
  • paralysis (★★)
  • blast (★)
  • stun / K.O. (★★)

applicable traps:

  • shock
  • pitfall
  • ancient forest vines

other applicable status:

  • blind (flash pod)
  • dung effect (dung pod)
  • tripping (attack the legs)
  • ancient forest vines
  • mounting

tempered version:

  • yes

Map Locations

  • Ancient Forest
  • Elder's Recess

Quest Appearances, Carves, Rewards, Weapons, and Armor

  • mhworld.kiranico.com/monster/rathalos

Current Event Quest Appearances

  • none as of June 5, 2018

Barroth

Strategy and Tips

Barroth covers itself in mud and changes its elemental resistances. Instead of elemental weapons, bring weapons with high raw damage. Focus attacks on its legs to make it fall.

Monster Information

in-game information: " Barroths seek out ants, their favorite snack, and mark their territory with mud. They attack potential rivals with their devastating charging attack."

species: brute wyvern

weak spots, severable parts, and breakable parts:

  • front legs (weak spot) (breakable)
  • tail (weak spot) (severable)
  • head (breakable)
  • hind legs (breakable)

elemental weaknesses:

  • fire (★★★), when covered in mud = no effect
  • water (no effect), (★★★ when covered in mud)
  • ice (★★)
  • dragon (★)

elemental strengths:

  • fire (has no effect on monster when covered in mud)
  • thunder (has no effect on monster when covered in mud)

applicable status ailments:

  • poison (★★★)
  • sleep (★★)
  • paralysis (★★★)
  • blast (★★★)
  • stun / K.O. (★)

applicable traps:

  • shock
  • pitfall

other applicable status:

  • blind (flash pod)
  • dung effect (dung pod)
  • tripping (attack the legs)
  • mounting

tempered version:

  • yes

Map Locations

  • Wildspire Waste

Quest Appearances, Carves, Rewards, Weapons, and Armor

  • mhworld.kiranico.com/monster/barroth

Current Event Quest Appearances

  • none as of June 5, 2018

Jyuratodus

Strategy and Tips

Like Barroth, it also covers itself in mud and changes its elemental resistances. Instead of elemental weapons, bring weapons with high raw damage. Avoid the puddles of mud it leaves on the ground. Use moves with a wide area of effect when hitting it from the side for maximum effect. Jyuratodus can also swim underwater and launch a surprise attack. Use a screamer pod right after it dives underwater to expose it and stun it.

Monster Information

in-game information: " A large piscine wyvern that inhabits the swamps of the Wildspire Waste.

It uses mud to capture prey, and it's known to battle other monsters over territory."

species: piscine wyvern

weak spots, severable parts, and breakable parts:

  • head (weak spot) (breakable)
  • tail (weak spot) (breakable)
  • fins (breakable)
  • back (breakable)

elemental weaknesses:

  • fire (★), when covered in mud = no effect
  • water (no effect), (★★★ when covered in mud)
  • thunder (★★★),when covered in mud = no effect
  • ice (★)
  • dragon (★)

elemental strengths:

  • fire (has no effect on monster when covered in mud)
  • thunder (has no effect on monster when covered in mud)

applicable status ailments:

  • poison (★★)
  • sleep (★)
  • paralysis (★★)
  • blast (★)
  • stun / K.O. (★★★)

applicable traps:

  • shock
  • pitfall

other applicable status:

  • blind (flash pod)
  • dung effect (dung pod)
  • sound effect (screamer pod)
  • tripping (attack the legs)
  • mounting

tempered version:

  • yes

Map Locations

  • Wildspire Waste

Quest Appearances, Carves, Rewards, Weapons, and Armor

  • mhworld.kiranico.com/monster/jyuratodus

Current Event Quest Appearances

  • none as of June 5, 2018

 

Diablos

Strategy and Tips

Aside from being able to quickly charge at hunters from a long distance, Diablos can also dig and move underground. Use a screamer pod right after it goes underground to briefly expose and stun it. Try to constantly move around when it is moving underground to avoid its surprise attack . You can also dodge or block the underground surprise attack.  Focus on its legs to make it fall.

Monster Information

in-game information: " The apex monster of the Wildspire Waste. A menacing, territorial beast that lurks underground. Loud noises will cause it to lunge out of the sand in search of prey."

species: flying wyvern

weak spots, severable parts, and breakable parts:

  • head (weak spot) (breakable)
  • wings (weak spot) (breakable)
  • chest (weak spot)
  • tail (severable)
  • back (breakable)

elemental weaknesses:

  • water ( ★★)
  • thunder (★)
  • ice (★★★)
  • dragon (★★)

elemental strengths:

  • fire (element has no effect on monster )

applicable status ailments:

  • poison (★★)
  • sleep (★★)
  • paralysis (★★★)
  • blast (★★)
  • stun / K.O. (★)

applicable traps:

  • shock
  • pitfall

other applicable status:

  • blind (flash pod)
  • dung effect (dung pod)
  • sound effect (screamer pod)
  • tripping (attack the legs)
  • mounting

tempered version:

  • yes

Map Locations

  • Wildspire Waste

Quest Appearances, Carves, Rewards, Weapons, and Armor

  • mhworld.kiranico.com/monster/diablos

Current Event Quest Appearances

  •  none as of June 5, 2018

 

Black Diablos

Strategy and Tips

A Black Diablos is almost similar to a Diablos. However, it is more aggressive, goes underground more often and charges more often. It is also resistant to the dragon element.  The same strategy for Diablos can be applied.

Monster Information

in-game information: " These black-shelled Diablos are actually Diablos in heat. The color signals their aggressiveness and heightened hostility to other creatures in their habitat."

species: flying wyvern

weak spots, severable parts, and breakable parts:

  • head (weak spot) (breakable)
  • wings (weak spot) (breakable)
  • chest (weak spot)
  • tail (severable)
  • back (breakable)

elemental weaknesses:

  • water ( ★★)
  • thunder (★)
  • ice (★★★)

elemental strengths:

  • fire (element has no effect on monster )
  • dragon (element has no effect on monster )

applicable status ailments:

  • poison (★★)
  • sleep (★★)
  • paralysis (★★★)
  • blast (★★)
  • stun / K.O. (★)

applicable traps:

  • shock
  • pitfall

other applicable status:

  • blind (flash pod)
  • sound effect (screamer pod)
  • tripping (attack the legs)
  • mounting

tempered version:

  • yes

Map Locations

  • Wildspire Waste

Quest Appearances, Carves, Rewards, Weapons, and Armor

  • mhworld.kiranico.com/monster/black-diablos

Current Event Quest Appearances

  •  none as of June 5, 2018

Rathian

Strategy and Tips

A Rathian is similar to a Rathalos, but it uses more charging attacks and uses its poisoned tail  before flying. Use flash pods whenever it is flying to knock it down.  Focus attacks on its legs to make it fall.

Monster Information

in-game information: " A wyvern known as the 'Queen of the Land'. Terrestrial predator, it overpowers its prey with a venomous tail and powerful legs."

species: flying wyvern

weak spots, severable parts, and breakable parts:

  • head (weak spot) (breakable)
  • wings (weak spot) (breakable)
  • tail (weak spot) (severable)
  • back (breakable)

elemental weaknesses:

  • water ( ★)
  • thunder (★★)
  • ice (★)
  • dragon (★★★)

elemental strengths:

  • fire (element has no effect on monster )

applicable status ailments:

  • poison (★)
  • sleep (★★)
  • paralysis (★★)
  • blast (★)
  • stun / K.O. (★★★)

applicable traps:

  • shock
  • pitfall

other applicable status:

  • blind (flash pod)
  • dung effect (dung pod)
  • tripping (attack the legs)
  • ancient forest vines
  • mounting

tempered version:

  • yes

Map Locations

  • Ancient Forest
  • Wildspire Waste

Quest Appearances, Carves, Rewards, Weapons, and Armor

  • mhworld.kiranico.com/monster/rathian

Current Event Quest Appearances

  •  none as of June 5, 2018

Tzitzi-Ya-Ku

Strategy and Tips

This monster uses the unique organ in its head to blind enemies. The blinding flash has a wide area of effect but it can be dodged. However, it can't be blocked. Breaking its head prevents the blinding flash attack.

Monster Information

in-game information: " This odd monster blinds both prey and enemies with a special pulsing organ near its head. It then uses its strong legs to deliver finishing blows."

species: bird wyvern

weak spots, severable parts, and breakable parts:

  • head (weak spot) (breakable)

elemental weaknesses:

  • fire (★★)
  • water ( ★★)
  • thunder (★★★)
  • ice (★★★)
  • dragon (★★)

elemental strengths:

  • none

applicable status ailments:

  • poison (★★)
  • sleep (★★)
  • paralysis (★★)
  • blast (★★)
  • stun / K.O. (★★)

applicable traps:

  • shock
  • pitfall

other applicable status:

  • blind (flash pod)
  • dung effect (dung pod)
  • mounting

tempered version:

  • no

Map Locations

  • Coral Highlands

Quest Appearances, Carves, Rewards, Weapons, and Armor

  • mhworld.kiranico.com/monster/tzitzi-ya-ku

Current Event Quest Appearances

  •  none as of June 5, 2018

Odogaron

Strategy and Tips

Odogaron is a very agile monster. It can also apply a unique "bleeding" status effect. When bleeding, crouch for a while or consume an Astera Jerky to remove the effect.

Monster Information

in-game information: " A terrifying monster that scours the Rotten Vale for carrion. Its highly aggressive nature means that anything, be it monster or man, is a potential meal."

species: fanged wyvern

weak spots, severable parts, and breakable parts:

  • head (weak spot) (breakable)
  • front legs (weak spot) (breakable)
  • tail (weak spot) (severable)
  • hind legs (breakable)

elemental weaknesses:

  • fire (★)
  • water ( ★)
  • thunder (★★)
  • ice (★★★)

elemental strengths:

  • dragon (element has no effect on monster)

applicable status ailments:

  • poison (★)
  • sleep (★★)
  • paralysis (★★★)
  • blast (★★)
  • stun / K.O. (★★)

applicable traps:

  • shock
  • pitfall

other applicable status:

  • blind (flash pod)
  • dung effect (dung pod)
  • mounting

tempered version:

  • yes

Map Locations

  • Coral Highlands
  • Rotten Vale

Quest Appearances, Carves, Rewards, Weapons, and Armor

  • mhworld.kiranico.com/monster/odogaron

Current Event Quest Appearances

  •  [5★] Flesh Cleaved To Bone (current availability: June 1-7, 2018)

Paolumu

Strategy and Tips

Paolumu can suck in air to fill its head and fly. Use flash pods whenever it flies. Focus attacks on legs to make it fall.

Monster Information

in-game information: " Paolumu feast on eggs found in the Coral Highlands. They are able to propel through the air using unique sacs in their bodies, and attack with their extremely hard tails."

species: flying wyvern

weak spots, severable parts, and breakable parts:

  • head (weak spot) (breakable)
  • wings (breakable)
  • back (breakable)
  • tail (breakable)

elemental weaknesses:

  • fire (★★★)
  • thunder (★★)
  • ice (★)
  • dragon (★)

elemental strengths:

  • water (element has no effect on monster)

applicable status ailments:

  • poison (★★)
  • sleep (★★)
  • paralysis (★★)
  • blast (★★★)
  • stun / K.O. (★★★)

applicable traps:

  • shock
  • pitfall

other applicable status:

  • blind (flash pod)
  • dung effect (dung pod)
  • tripping (attack the legs)
  • mounting

tempered version:

  • yes

Map Locations

  • Coral Highlands

Quest Appearances, Carves, Rewards, Weapons, and Armor

  • mhworld.kiranico.com/monster/paolumu

Current Event Quest Appearances

  •  none available as of June 5, 2018

Legiana

Strategy and Tips

Legiana uses ice attacks to quickly drain a hunter's stamina. Immediately use a Nulberry to remove the ice status aliment. Use flash pods whenever it flies to knock it down.   

Monster Information

in-game information: " The apex monster of the Coral Highlands, whose diet primarily consists of Raphinos. It emits a chilling wind from its body, which dulls its prey's ability to escape."

species: flying wyvern

weak spots, severable parts, and breakable parts:

  • head (weak spot) (breakable)
  • wings (weak spot)  (breakable)
  • tail (weak spot) (breakable)
  • back(breakable)

elemental weaknesses:

  • fire (★★)
  • water (★)
  • thunder (★★★)
  • dragon (★)

elemental strengths:

  • ice (element has no effect on monster)

applicable status ailments:

  • poison (★★★)
  • sleep (★★)
  • paralysis (★★)
  • blast (★★)
  • stun / K.O. (★★)

applicable traps:

  • shock
  • pitfall

other applicable status:

  • blind (flash pod)
  • dung effect (dung pod)
  • tripping (attack the legs)
  • mounting

tempered version:

  • yes

Map Locations

  • Coral Highlands

Quest Appearances, Carves, Rewards, Weapons, and Armor

  • mhworld.kiranico.com/monster/legiana

Current Event Quest Appearances

  •  [9★] Snow & Cherry Blossoms  (current availability: June 1-7, 2018)

Pink Rathian

Strategy and Tips

The Pink Rathian is similar to a Rathian, but it uses its poisoned tail attack at a wide angle, which can make it tricky to avoid. It also uses its poisoned tail attack more frequently. Use flash pods whenever it flies to knock it down. Focus attacks on legs to make it fall.    

Monster Information

in-game information: " A subspecies with vibrant pink scales. Pink Rathians wield their toxic tails more deftly than normal Rathians, weakening prey with poison before moving in for the kill."

species: flying wyvern

weak spots, severable parts, and breakable parts:

  • head (weak spot) (breakable)
  • wings (weak spot)  (breakable)
  • tail (weak spot) (severable)
  • back(breakable)

elemental weaknesses:

  • water (★)
  • thunder (★★)
  • ice (★)
  • dragon (★★★)

elemental strengths:

  • fire (element has no effect on monster)

applicable status ailments:

  • poison (★)
  • sleep (★★)
  • paralysis (★★)
  • blast (★)
  • stun / K.O. (★★★)

applicable traps:

  • shock
  • pitfall

other applicable status:

  • blind (flash pod)
  • dung effect (dung pod)
  • tripping (attack the legs)
  • mounting

tempered version:

  • yes

Map Locations

  • Wildspire Waste
  • Coral Highlands

Quest Appearances, Carves, Rewards, Weapons, and Armor

  • mhworld.kiranico.com/monster/pink-rathian

Current Event Quest Appearances

  •  [9★] Snow & Cherry Blossoms  (current availability: June 1-7, 2018)

 

Great Girros

Strategy and Tips

When hunting a Great Girros, it is usually accompanied by the smaller Girros. Eliminate the small Girros because they can potentially harass you and your attacks due to their large groups. The Great Girros can also paralyze, allowing the small Girros to freely attack the paralyzed hunter.        

Monster Information

in-game information: " A monster that scavenges for meals dropped from the Coral Highlands. It acts as the alpha leader of a Girros pack, and sports giant fangs that paralyze its prey."

species: fanged wyvern

weak spots, severable parts, and breakable parts:

  • head (weak spot) (breakable)
  • front legs(weak spot)  (breakable)
  • tail (weak spot) (severable)

elemental weaknesses:

  • fire (★★)
  • water (★★★)
  • ice (★★)
  • dragon (★)

elemental strengths:

  • thunder (element has no effect on monster)

applicable status ailments:

  • poison (★★)
  • sleep (★★★)
  • paralysis (★)
  • blast (★★)
  • stun / K.O. (★★)

applicable traps:

  • shock
  • pitfall

other applicable status:

  • blind (flash pod)
  • dung effect (dung pod)
  • mounting

tempered version:

  • no

Map Locations

  • Rotten Vale

Quest Appearances, Carves, Rewards, Weapons, and Armor

  • mhworld.kiranico.com/monster/great-girros

Current Event Quest Appearances

  •  [6★] Triple Threat Throwdown (current availability: June 1-7, 2018)

Radobaan

Strategy and Tips

Radobaan's size enables it to use wide range attacks, especially when using its tail. It also uses fast rolling attacks.  It can launch the bone spikes from its body at a distance. The bone spikes on its body are breakable. Break its head to expose it as weak spot. Sever its tail to disable its wide range tail attack.  Consume an energy drink to immediately remove the sleep status from its sleeping gas attack. Try to constantly focus on its legs to make it fall.          

Monster Information

in-game information: " A gigantic brute wyvern that eats the bones of carcasses found in the Rotten Vale, using some of it as armor. It also rolls into a ball as a form of attack and transportation.

species: brute wyvern

weak spots, severable parts, and breakable parts:

  • head (weak spot) (breakable)
  • hind legs(weak spot)  (breakable)
  • tail (severable)
  • back (breakable)

elemental weaknesses:

  • fire (★)
  • water (★)
  • thunder (★)
  • ice (★★)
  • dragon (★★★)

elemental strengths:

  • none

applicable status ailments:

  • poison (★★)
  • sleep (★)
  • paralysis (★★)
  • blast (★★★)
  • stun / K.O. (★★)

applicable traps:

  • shock
  • pitfall

other applicable status:

  • blind (flash pod)
  • dung effect (dung pod)
  • tripping (attack the legs)
  • mounting

tempered version:

  • yes

Map Locations

  • Rotten Vale

Quest Appearances, Carves, Rewards, Weapons, and Armor

  • mhworld.kiranico.com/monster/radobaan

Current Event Quest Appearances

  •  [5★] Flesh Cleaved To Bone (current availability: June 1-7, 2018)

Bazelgeuse

Strategy and Tips

Like a bomber plane, Bazelgeuse releases deadly small bombs attached underneath its body to deal ridiculous damage. Bomb damage from tempered Bazelgeuse can instantly kill, even on upgraded or augmented armor. It can also deceptively release and drop bombs while retreating. Focus attacks on its legs to make it fall down as much as possible. While it is down, quickly destroy the bombs attached underneath its body. Always use flash pods whenever it is flying to knock it down.

Monster Information

in-game information: " A nefarious flying wyvern that travels the New World in search of prey. It scatters explosive scales over a wide area to prey on whatever gets caught in the blast."

species: flying wyvern

weak spots, severable parts, and breakable parts:

  • head (weak spot) (breakable)
  • wings(weak spot)  (breakable)
  • tail (weak spot) (severable)
  • back (breakable)
  • bombs (detachable when attacked)

elemental weaknesses:

  • water (★)
  • thunder (★★★)
  • ice (★★)
  • dragon (★★)

elemental strengths:

  • fire (element has no effect on monster)

applicable status ailments:

  • poison (★★)
  • sleep (★★)
  • paralysis (★★)
  • blast (★)
  • stun / K.O. (★)

applicable traps:

  • shock
  • pitfall

other applicable status

  • blind (flash pod)
  • dung effect (dung pod)
  • tripping (attack the legs)
  • mounting

tempered version:

  • yes

Map Locations

  • Ancient Forest
  • Wildspire Waste,
  • Coral Highlands
  • Rotten Vale
  • Elder's Recess

Quest Appearances, Carves, Rewards, Weapons, and Armor

  • mhworld.kiranico.com/monster/bazelgeuse

Current Event Quest Appearances

  •  none available as of June 5, 2018

Dodogama

Strategy and Tips

Dodogama eats rocks and then launches it as an explosive projectile. Focus attacks on its mouth to quickly detonate the rocks inside. This will create an attack opening.   

Monster Information

in-game information: " A monster that devours rock as its primary diet. The Crystals it devours mix with its saliva to produce explosive minerals that it can spit at its enemies."

species: fanged wyvern

weak spots, severable parts, and breakable parts:

  • head (weak spot) (breakable)
  • tail (weak spot) (severable)
  • front legs (breakable)

elemental weaknesses:

  • water (★★)
  • thunder (★★★)
  • ice (★★)
  • dragon (★)

elemental strengths:

  • fire (element has no effect on monster)

applicable status ailments:

  • poison (★★★)
  • sleep (★★)
  • paralysis (★★)
  • blast (★)
  • stun / K.O. (★★)

applicable traps:

  • shock
  • pitfall

other applicable status:

  • blind (flash pod)
  • dung effect (dung pod)
  • mounting

tempered version:

  • no

Map Locations

  • Elder's Recess

Quest Appearances, Carves, Rewards, Weapons, and Armor

  • mhworld.kiranico.com/monster/dodogama

Current Event Quest Appearances

  •  [6★] Triple Threat Throwdown (current availability: June 1-7, 2018)

Lavasioth

Strategy and Tips

Lavasioth defends itself using its tough "lava" skin. Whenever it swims in lava, its skin softens for a while, but also hardens over time.  Its elemental resistances also change when its skin hardens. Most weapons will bounce on a hardened Lavasioth skin. Even bowgun piercing ammo will deal less damage.  Immediately attack Lavasioth right after it swims out of lava to take advantage of its softened skin.  Bring cool drinks because Lavasioth lives in a hot area. Focus attack on its legs to make it fall. Its head and belly are always vulnerable.

Monster Information

in-game information: " Lavasioth utilizes molten lava as armor. They are extremely aggressive and will attack without prejudice until the threat has been eliminated."

species: piscine wyvern

weak spots, severable parts, and breakable parts:

  • head (weak spot) (breakable)
  • chest / belly (weak spot)
  • fin (breakable)
  • back (breakable)
  • tail (breakable)

elemental weaknesses:

  • fire (★ during hardened skin)
  • water (★★★), (★★ during hardened skin)
  • thunder (★★), (no effect during hardened skin)
  • ice (★★), (no effect during hardened skin)
  • dragon (★)

elemental strengths:

  • fire (element has no effect on monster when skin is briefly softened)
  • thunder (element has no effect on monster  when skin is hardened)
  • ice (element has no effect on monster  when skin is hardened)

applicable status ailments:

  • poison (★★★)
  • sleep (★)
  • paralysis (★★)
  • blast (★)
  • stun / K.O. (★★)

applicable traps:

  • shock
  • pitfall

other applicable status:

  • blind (flash pod)
  • dung effect (dung pod)
  • sound effect (screamer pod)
  • tripping (attack the legs)
  • mounting

tempered version:

  • yes

Map Locations

  • Elder's Recess

Quest Appearances, Carves, Rewards, Weapons, and Armor

  • mhworld.kiranico.com/monster/lavasioth

Current Event Quest Appearances

  •  none available as of June 5, 2018

Uragaan

Strategy and Tips

Uragaan's size enables it to use wide range attacks. It can also roll to quickly charge at hunters from a distance. It has a tough jaw, which can cause melee weapons to bounce. Be careful when  positioned near its jaw. Uragaan can immediately use its jaw to attack after a stunning roar.  Jaw attacks can also stagger or cause a tremor effect. When enraged, it can drop explosives which don't detonate instantly. However, the explosives can be detonated by Uragaan's attacks or any attacks from hunters. Stay cautious when attacking from close range. Uragaan can release gas which can cause burning or sleep. Due to its thickness and length, pierce bowgun ammo can be most effective when aimed at a good position.

Monster Information

in-game information: " Large Brute Wyverns that feed on ore, using their mighty jaws to crush solid rock to powder. They've been known to confront Lavasioths over territory disputes."

species: brute wyvern

weak spots, severable parts, and breakable parts:

  • head (weak spot) (breakable)
  • chest / belly (weak spot)
  • back (breakable)
  • tail (severable)

elemental weaknesses:

  • water (★★★)
  • thunder (★)
  • ice (★★)
  • dragon (★★)

elemental strengths:

  • fire (element has no effect on monster)

applicable status ailments:

  • poison (★★★)
  • sleep (★)
  • paralysis (★★)
  • blast (★★)
  • stun / K.O. (★★★)

applicable traps:

  • shock
  • pitfall

other applicable status:

  • blind (flash pod)
  • dung effect (dung pod)
  • tripping (attack the legs)
  • mounting

tempered version:

  • yes

Map Locations

  • Elder's Recess

Quest Appearances, Carves, Rewards, Weapons, and Armor

  • mhworld.kiranico.com/monster/uragaan

Current Event Quest Appearances

  •  none available as of June 5, 2018

Azure Rathalos

Strategy and Tips

Azure Rathalos is deadliest when it flies.  It can also abuse its roar attacks to stun and then immediately spit fire It can perform quick, consecutive charging attacks from the air which can poison. Always use flash pods to knock it down from the air.  Bring herbal medicines to treat poisoning.

Monster Information

in-game information: " An azure-colored subspecies of Rathalos. More mobile than their standard cousins, they locate prey from the air and quickly swoop in for the kill."

species: flying wyvern

weak spots, severable parts, and breakable parts:

  • head (weak spot) (breakable)
  • wings (weak spot) (breakable)
  • back (breakable)
  • tail (weak spot) (severable)

elemental weaknesses:

  • water (★)
  • thunder (★)
  • ice (★★)
  • dragon (★★★)

elemental strengths:

  • fire (element has no effect on monster)

applicable status ailments:

  • poison (★★)
  • sleep (★★)
  • paralysis (★★)
  • blast (★)
  • stun / K.O. (★★)

applicable traps:

  • shock
  • pitfall

other applicable status:

  • blind (flash pod)
  • dung effect (dung pod)
  • tripping (attack the legs)
  • mounting

tempered version:

  • yes

Map Locations

  • Ancient Forest
  • Elder's Recess

Quest Appearances, Carves, Rewards, Weapons, and Armor

  • mhworld.kiranico.com/monster/azure-rathalos

Current Event Quest Appearances

  •  none available as of June 5, 2018

 

Zorah Magdaros

Strategy and Tips

At first, Zorah Magdaros can't be attacked directly using hunter weapons. Use the cannons and ballistae as much as possible to deal damage to it.  In the last phase of the battle,  hunters can directly attacks its magma cores. These magma cores can explode so staying close at all times is not advisable. It's also important to know the directions to its magma cores to save time. Zorah Magdaros isn't affected by status ailements.

Monster Information

in-game information: " An elder dragon that rises from the earth like a volcano. Where it's headed, and why, the Research Commission has yet to figure out."

species: elder dragon

weak spots, severable parts, and breakable parts:

  • head (weak spot) (breakable)
  • chest / belly(weak spot) (breakable)
  • magma cores (weak spot) (breakable)

elemental weaknesses:

  • water (★★★)
  • thunder (★)
  • ice (★★)
  • dragon (★★★)

elemental strengths:

  • fire (element has no effect on monster)

applicable status ailments:

  • none

applicable traps:

  • none (elder dragons can't be trapped)

other applicable status:

  • none

tempered version:

  • no

Map Locations

  • Zorah Magdaros specific location

Quest Appearances, Carves, Rewards, Weapons, and Armor

  • mhworld.kiranico.com/monster/azure-rathalos

Current Event Quest Appearances

  • none as of June 5, 2018

Nergigante

Strategy and Tips

Nergigante uses the spikes on its body to protect itself. Over time, these spikes toughen and turn black. Blackened spikes can cause melee weapons to bounce. To avoid this, always attack Nergigante's spikes while they are still "fresh" or colored white. An aggressive playstyle is encouraged. Always watch out for Nergigante's roar when enraged. It can perform a deadly aerial dive after a stunning roar, which can leave very little time for evasion. Use the "superman dive" to safely evade Nergigante's aerial dive.  

Monster Information

in-game information: " A terrible elder dragon that appears when other elders are in the vicinity. Its penchant for destruction is well documented."

species: elder dragon

weak spots, severable parts, and breakable parts:

  • head (weak spot) (breakable)
  • front legs (weak spot) (breakable)
  • white spikes (breakable)
  • tail (severable)

elemental weaknesses:

  • fire (★)
  • water (★)
  • thunder (★★★)
  • ice (★)
  • dragon (★★)

elemental strengths:

  • none

applicable status ailments:

  • poison (★★)
  • sleep (★★)
  • paralysis (★★)
  • blast (★★)
  • stun / K.O. (★★)

applicable traps:

  • none (elder dragons can't be trapped)

other applicable status:

  • blind (flash pod)
  • mounting

tempered version:

  • yes

Map Locations

  • Elder's Recess
  • Wildspire Waste (in the Monster Hunter World BETA only)

Quest Appearances, Carves, Rewards, Weapons, and Armor

  • mhworld.kiranico.com/monster/nergigante

Current Event Quest Appearances

  • [9★] The Thronetaker (current availability: June 1-7, 2018)
  • [8★] The Awakened Satsui no Hado I  (current availability: June 1-7, 2018)

  • [8★] The Awakened Satsui no Hado II  (current availability: June 1-7, 2018)

  • [8★] The Awakened Satsui no Hado III  (current availability: June 1-7, 2018)

Kushala Daora

Strategy and Tips

Kushala Daora uses the wind to keep hunters away. It has a unique wind aura that staggers melee attackers and deflects projectiles. Staggering from the wind aura and wind attacks can be prevented by using the Windproof armor skill. Earplugs is also a useful skill against Kushala because it roars frequently. It is guaranteed to land a successful attack after a stunning roar. Poisoning, breaking its head, severing its tail, or using weapons with elderseal can also prevent it from using its wind aura. Kushala Daora's skin is also very tough, especially its wings. Focus attacks on its head to briefly stun it. Use the large crystals suspended above an area in Elder's Recess to deal massive damage and briefly stun Kushala Daora. (see Gaijin Hunter's guide on how to use falling rocks).    

Monster Information

in-game information: " An elder dragon that shields itself with fierce winds, preventing anyone from approaching it. Its skin consists of hard, metallic scales."

species: elder dragon

weak spots, severable parts, and breakable parts:

  • head (weak spot) (breakable)
  • front legs (weak spot) (breakable)
  • wings (breakable)
  • tail (weak spot) (severable)

elemental weaknesses:

  • fire (★)
  • thunder (★★★)
  • dragon (★★)

elemental strengths:

  • water (element has no effect on monster)
  • ice (element has no effect on monster)

applicable status ailments:

  • poison (★★★)
  • sleep (★)
  • paralysis (★)
  • blast (★★★)
  • stun / K.O. (★★)

applicable traps:

  • none (elder dragons can't be trapped)

other applicable status:

  • blind (flash pod)
  • mounting

tempered version:

  • yes

Map Locations

  • Elder's Recess
  • Ancient Forest

Quest Appearances, Carves, Rewards, Weapons, and Armor

  • mhworld.kiranico.com/monster/kushala-daora

Current Event Quest Appearances

  • none available as of June 5, 2018

Teostra

Strategy and Tips

When enraged, Teostra uses a flame aura to continuously damage anyone nearby. Bringing a health booster can be helpful in this situation, especially when playing in a team. The fireproof mantle also helps. Flame aura can deflect bow and bowgun ammo. Aim for the head to avoid deflection. Teostra can also apply the blast status ailment during rage mode.  Quickly perform a series of dodges to remove blast status. When exiting rage mode, Teostra will unleash a "supernova" attack, which can deal heavy damage or kill instantly. Immediately use a flash pod when it is about to perform a supernova attack. Mounting makes Teostra exit rage mode, therefore preventing a supernova attack.  Breaking its head, severing its tail, or using weapons with elderseal can reduce the frequency of flame aura. Use the large crystals suspended above an area in Elder's Recess to deal massive damage and briefly stun Teostra (see Gaijin Hunter's guide on how to use falling rocks).     

Monster Information

in-game information: " A brutal elder dragon wreathed in flames that spits blazing fire. Teostra are of such a fierce and deadly nature that the Guild closely monitors their movements."

species: elder dragon

weak spots, severable parts, and breakable parts:

  • head (weak spot) (breakable)
  • wings (weak spot) (breakable)
  • tail (weak spot) (severable)

elemental weaknesses:

  • water (★★★)
  • thunder (★)
  • ice (★★★)
  • dragon (★)

elemental strengths:

  • fire(element has no effect on monster)

applicable status ailments:

  • poison (★★)
  • sleep (★)
  • paralysis (★)
  • blast (★)
  • stun / K.O. (★★)

applicable traps:

  • none (elder dragons can't be trapped)

other applicable status:

  • blind (flash pod)
  • mounting

tempered version:

  • yes

Map Locations

  • Elder's Recess
  • Wildspire Waste

Quest Appearances, Carves, Rewards, Weapons, and Armor

  • mhworld.kiranico.com/monster/teostra

Current Event Quest Appearances

  • [9★] The Thronetaker (current availability: June 1-7, 2018)

Vaal Hazak

Strategy and Tips

Vaal Hazak uses uses a miasma aura that deals continuous damage like Teostra's flame aura. The miasma aura can also have the same effect as the effluvial buildup status which lowers maximum health over time. Use the Effluvia Resistance level 3 armor skill to completely prevent this. If you don't have this armor skill or you want to replace it with another armor skill, bring Nulberries to restore maximum health. Alternatively, you can also use the Health Boost armor skill to increase your maximum health further. Tools such as the health booster and immunity mantle also help deal with effluvial buildup. At a distance, Vaal Hazak can perform a miasma beam attack that can reach long distances.  Don't stray too far away. When it transfers to another area, avoid the Rotten Vale's acid pools.  Using weapons with elderseal can reduce the frequency of miasma aura.  Use the sharp teeth suspended above an area in Rotten Vale to deal massive damage and briefly stun Vaal Hazak. (see Gaijin Hunter's guide on how to use falling rocks).    

Monster Information

in-game information: " A grotesque Elder Dragon, that inhabits the deepest part of the Rotten Vale. It uses the fatal vapor of the vale in what appears to be a symbiotic relationship."

species: elder dragon

weak spots, severable parts, and breakable parts:

  • head (weak spot) (breakable)
  • chest / belly (weak spot) (breakable)
  • front legs (breakable)
  • tail (weak spot) (severable)

elemental weaknesses:

  • fire (★★★)
  • thunder (★)
  • ice (★★)
  • dragon (★★★)

elemental strengths:

  • water (element has no effect on monster)

applicable status ailments:

  • poison (★)
  • sleep (★)
  • paralysis (★)
  • blast (★★)
  • stun / K.O. (★★)

applicable traps:

  • none (elder dragons can't be trapped)

other applicable status:

  • blind (flash pod)
  • mounting

tempered version:

  • yes

Map Locations

  • Rotten Vale

Quest Appearances, Carves, Rewards, Weapons, and Armor

  • mhworld.kiranico.com/monster/vaal-hazak

Current Event Quest Appearances

  • none available as of June 5, 2018

  

Kirin

Strategy and Tips

If you want to play safe, you can use ranged weapons against Kirin. It has very tough skin  which can cause melee attacks to bounce. Its only weak spot is its head, which can be difficult to target because it moves around quickly and quite a lot. Its thunder attacks can inflict the thunder / thunderblight status which can cause stun. Use the immunity mantle to instantly remove and prevent thunderblight. An enraged lightning attack from a tempered Kirin can kill in one hit. Bring the thunderproof mantle to reduce damage from its lightning attacks.  The vitality mantle prevents being killed in one hit.       

Monster Information

in-game information: " Kirin are so rarely sighted that little is known of their ecology. It's been said they envelop themselves in pure electricity when they are provoked. The lightning a Kirin cloaks itself with has been confirmed to toughen its skin. The key to hunting a Kirin lies in staggering it, using Elderseal weapons, and protecting yourself from and avoiding its lightning attacks."

species: elder dragon

weak spots, severable parts, and breakable parts:

head (weak spot) (breakable)

elemental weaknesses:

  • fire (★★★)
  • water (★★)
  • ice (★★)
  • dragon (★)

elemental strengths:

  • thunder (element has no effect on monster)

applicable status ailments:

  • poison (★)
  • sleep (★★)
  • paralysis (X) (no effect)
  • blast (★★)
  • stun / K.O. (★)

applicable traps:

  • none (elder dragons can't be trapped)

other applicable status:

  • blind (flash pod)
  • mounting

tempered version:

  • yes

Map Locations

  • Coral Highlands

Quest Appearances, Carves, Rewards, Weapons, and Armor

  • mhworld.kiranico.com/monster/kirin

Current Event Quest Appearances

  • none available as of June 5, 2018

Xeno'jiiva

Strategy and Tips

Xeno'jiiva is vulnerable to all elements. Bring elemental weapons to stack damage. It is very large and thick. Pierce bowgun ammo and spread bow attacks are very effective.  It moves slowly, but can perform wide range attacks due to its size. It can fly but it's  immune to flash pods. You have to use the slinger ammo that is scattered around the area to bring it down. Use poison weapons to quickly reduce its massive health.    

Monster Information

in-game information: " RESEARCHING. Threat level unknown."

species: elder dragon

weak spots, severable parts, and breakable parts:

  • head (weak spot) (breakable)
  • front legs (weak spot) (breakable)
  • wings (breakable)
  • tail (weak spot) (severable)

elemental weaknesses:

  • fire (★★)
  • water (★★)
  • thunder (★★)
  • ice (★★)
  • dragon (★★)

elemental strengths:

  • none

applicable status ailments:

  • poison (★★★)
  • sleep (X) (no effect)
  • paralysis (★)
  • blast (★★)
  • stun / K.O. (★)

applicable traps:

  • none (elder dragons can't be trapped)

other applicable status:

  • none

tempered version:

  • no

Map Locations

  • special area in Elder's Recess

Quest Appearances, Carves, Rewards, Weapons, and Armor

  • mhworld.kiranico.com/monster/xenojiiva

Current Event Quest Appearances

  • none available as of June 5, 2018

Deviljho

Strategy and Tips

Deviljho and is very aggressive and constantly moves around, making it difficult to target weak spots. It uses its great length to perform wide range attacks. It stomps on the ground, causing a tremor effect which staggers hunters. A weapon with counter moves like the long sword and lance can be ideal for hunting Deviljho because it is very aggressive. Weapons with long vertical reach such as the switchaxe and long sword can reach its chest belly area weak spot when positioned underneath it. Deviljho unleashes a wide range "dragon breath" attack which can cause the dragonblight status ailment, increasing damage received. To counter this, you can use a Nulberry, immunity mantle, vitality mantle, and dragonproof mantle.  Be careful when using a pitfall trap against Deviljho. It can still attack at the front while in a pitfall trap. Deviljho can put another smaller monster in its mouth and use it as a weapon and a projectile. This attack can deal massive damage. Use a flash pod to release the smaller monster from Deviljho's mouth. Focus attacks on its legs to make it fall down. Compared to the majority of other monsters, Deviljho has a lot of health. Use poison weapons to quickly reduce its health. Mounting also helps reduce its aggressive behavior and open up attack opportunities.  Unlike in previous games, Deviljho doesn't easily consume meat traps. (See this guide on how to use meat traps: https://twinfinite.net/2018/01/monster-hunter-world-bait-how-use/ )

Monster Information

in-game information: " A monster that must feed constantly and will devour anything in its path, even feeding on the largest of monsters with its massive jowls."

species: brute wyvern

weak spots, severable parts, and breakable parts:

  • head (weak spot) (breakable)
  • chest / belly (weak spot) (breakable)
  • tail  (severable)

elemental weaknesses:

  • fire (★★)
  • water (★★)
  • thunder (★★★)
  • ice (★)
  • dragon (★★★)

elemental strengths:

  • none

applicable status ailments:

  • poison (★★)
  • sleep (★★)
  • paralysis (★★)
  • blast (★★)
  • stun / K.O. (★★)

applicable traps:

  • shock trap
  • pitfall trap

other applicable status:

  • blind effect (flash pod)
  • dung effect (dung pod)
  • tripping (attack the legs)
  • mounting

tempered version:

  • yes

Map Locations

  • Ancient Forest
  • Wildspire Waste
  • Coral Highlands
  • Rotten Vale
  • Elder's Recess

Quest Appearances, Carves, Rewards, Weapons, and Armor

  • mhworld.kiranico.com/monster/deviljho

Current Event Quest Appearances

  • none available as of June 5, 2018

Kulve Taroth

Strategy and Tips

Kulve Taroth is a unique elder dragon introduced in Monster Hunter World. To defeat it and get the best rewards, a group of parties must continuously investigate, gather tracks,  and successfully accomplish hunts to break its horn and increase investigation level. The higher the investigation level, the better the rewards.  Gather as many hunters as possible for quick, successful hunts and increase the investigation level.  Use falling rocks and elevated areas (for mounting) against Kulve Taroth. For faster investigation, use the scholar and scenthound armor skills. Part breaker is also useful, since you will need to break its horns. Kulve Taroth uses its gold covering to change its elemental resistances, but water and dragon element will always be effective. Since the Kulve Taroth hunt is intended for multiplayer, it is best to bring support items and tools such as lifepowder, health booster, and affinity booster.

Monster Information

in-game information: " An Elder Dragon that protects itself with a glittering coat of metal. Its ecology and coat differ with each appearance, thus the need for a thorough investigation."

species: elder dragon

weak spots, severable parts, and breakable parts:

  • head / horns (weak spot) (breakable)
  • front legs (weak spot)
  • tail  (severable)

elemental weaknesses:

  • fire (★ when covered in gold)
  • water (★★)
  • thunder (★★★ when covered in gold)
  • ice (★★★), (no effect when covered in gold)
  • dragon (★★), (★ when covered in gold)

elemental strengths:

  • fire (except when KulveTaroth is covered in gold)
  • thunder (except when KulveTaroth is covered in gold)
  • ice (element has no effect when covered KulveTaroth is covered in gold)

applicable status ailments:

  • poison (★)
  • sleep (★)
  • paralysis (★)
  • blast (★)
  • stun / K.O. (★)

applicable traps:

  • none (elder dragon's can't be trapped)

other applicable status:

  • mounting

tempered version:

  • no

Map Locations

  • Caverns of El Dorado (special area for KulveTaroth)

Quest Appearances, Carves, Rewards, Weapons, and Armor

  • mhworld.kiranico.com/monster/kulve-taroth

Current Event Quest Appearances

  • none as of June 5, 2018

 

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