dragonblight severe mhw status efect

Weapon Elemental and Status Damage nullified

Caused by

mhw dragon damage s Dragon Element


Severe Dragonblight (not in MHW)

Cured by


Dragonblight is a Status Effect from an Elemental Damage type in Monster Hunter World (MHW). Monsters with Dragon Element will produce suppressing  attacks that can result in this status. Elemental Blights can only be inflicted on Hunters by Monster attacks.


Dragonblight Effect

Effect on Hunters

While under the effects of Dragonblight, a Hunter will deal no Elemental Damage or Status Effect buildup with their Weapons. This effect lasts one minute.


Curing Dragonblight

Dragonblight can be cured by consuming a Nulberry or using a Cleanser Booster, or it can be prevented entirely by having 20 Dragon Resistance, the Blight Resistance Skill, the Blight Res Up or Blight Negated effects from the Hunting Horn, or by wearing the Dragonproof Mantle.

Dodge-rolling will take about one second off the remaining effect duration.


Monsters that Inflict Dragonblight


Status Effects
Abnormal Status Attack Increased  ♦  Affinity Up  ♦  All Ailments Negated  ♦  Attack Up  ♦  Blastblight  ♦  Blastscourge  ♦  Bleeding  ♦  Blight Negated  ♦  Defense Down  ♦  Defense Up  ♦  Divine Protection  ♦  Dragon Element Resistance Up  ♦  Dragon Res Boost  ♦  Effluvial Buildup  ♦  Elemental Attack Boost  ♦  Evasion Enhanced  ♦  Fire Element Resistance Up  ♦  Fire Res Boost  ♦  Fireblight  ♦  Health Increase  ♦  Ice Element Resistance Up  ♦  Ice Res Boost  ♦  Iceblight  ♦  Knockbacks Negated  ♦  Muck Res  ♦  Natural Recovery Up  ♦  Noxious Poison  ♦  Paralysis  ♦  Paralysis Negated  ♦  Poison  ♦  Recovery Up  ♦  Resistant to Heat  ♦  Self-Improvement  ♦  Sleep  ♦  Stamina Use Reduced  ♦  Stun  ♦  Stun Negated  ♦  Thunder Element Resistance Up  ♦  Thunder Res Boost  ♦  Thunderblight  ♦  Tremor Negation  ♦  Water Element Resistance Up  ♦  Water Res Boost  ♦  Waterblight  ♦  Wind Pressure Negated  ♦  Wind Pressure Nullified  ♦  Zombified Status




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    • Anonymous

      Does this also negate stun damage? since it's listed as an ailment in the field guide but not really treated the same way as other ailments in terms of how they apply to weapons.

      • Anonymous

        It stops them from using their special abilities potentially, for example val hassak will not use his effluvial attack as much

        • Anonymous

          Does a weapon with Dragon Damage have a chance to apply dragonblight to monsters? and if so what effect does it have on them?

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