Furious Rajang

furious-rajang-mhw-wiki-guide
Enemy Type Large Monsters
Species Fanged Beasts
Elements mhw-thunder-damage_sThunder
Ailments thunderblight-status-effect-mhw_sThunderblight
Weakness mhw-ice-damageIce ⭐⭐⭐
Resistances mhw-fire-damage_sFire (immune)
mhw-water-elemental-damage_sWater ⭐
mhw-thunder-damage_sThunder (immune)
mhw-dragon-damage_sDragon (immune)
Location(s) Hoarfrost Reach
Tempered Lv. None (see Rajang
for tempered version)

Furious Rajang is a Large Monster in Monster Hunter World (MHW). 激昂したラージャン in Japanese. It is a variant of Rajang.

 

A Rajang variant covered in golden fur. Utilizes severe ranged and wall-based attacks. It enters a glowing golden state when enraged.

Furious Rajang Details & Locations

 

Furious Rajang Combat Info

  • Resistant to Shock Trap, can be captured using Pitfall Trap
  • Kinsect Extracts:
    • Red: Head.
    • Orange: Arms/Body.
    • White: Hindlegs.
  • Enraged mode: Glows Yellow. Lightning constantly runs through its fur.
  • Furious Rajang will constantly be in its powered up mode, making it more aggressive and its attacks quicker. It will never revert back to its black fur form until it is slain.
  • Since it's always in its powered up mode, Furious Rajang can enrage at any time, entering its even more powerful Rampage Mode shortly after. Without wounding it, you won't be able to attacks its arms at all in this mode!

Furious Rajang Tips

  • Furious Rajang does not have a tail (which is why it is Furious) and thus its only weakpoint is its arms/head, which can be hard to hit, tenderizing it's hindlegs can be extremely useful but difficult to manage considering how aggressive this monster is in shaking you off.
  • Attacking its head while it is in its Rampage mode (arms glow red and attacks bounce off) will make it end faster.
  • Furious Rajang has multiple attacks that can hit behind him - be careful of his 'goat-kicker' (his back leg just kicking) and of course always be ready to roll. Still, attacking from behind is your safest strategy.
  • Furious Ragang enrages rather easily and triggers its Rampage mode very fast. Weaken its Arms with a Clutch Claw attack to avoid deflection, be advised that since Furious Rajang is extremely fast, pulling of the Clutch Claw attack might be tough.
  • Since Furious Rajang has no tail, you stop its rampage mode by dealing damage to its head. Be very careful though, as Furious Rajang's attacks are most devastating if you are in front of it.
  • Furious Rajang will destroy Shock Traps and can still attack out of a Pitfall Trap.
  • It is definitely recommended to avoid getting pinned, since Furious Rajang's pin attack will easily deal more than 50% of your health (with Health Boost 3) and knock you down, inflict Thunderblight, and most likely Stun, it, however, can't kill you (like Safi'jiiva's pin, it will leave you at 1hp).
  • Using a Flash Pod on Furious Rajang while someone is pinned will free the pinned hunter.
  • The final attack of Furious Rajang's pin deals heavy damage around him, not just the hunter that has been pinned so be wary.

 

Furious Rajang Weaknesses

Each ⭐star shown below represents more weakness to each ailment

Ailment mhw-poison-status-effect sleep-mhw-status-effect paralysis blast stun
Weakness Level ⭐⭐

 

Each ⭐star shown below represents more weakness to each damage type

Weak Point cut-damage-mhw blunt-damage-mhw ammo-damage-mhw
Head (Breakable Twice) ⭐⭐⭐ ⭐⭐⭐ ⭐⭐⭐
Front Leg (Breakable) ⭐⭐⭐ ⭐⭐⭐ ⭐⭐⭐

 

In-game weakness information

furious-rajang-weakness-mhw-wiki-guide

 

Furious Rajang Low and High Rank Carves

Defeating this monster allows the player to carve the following items:

Furious Rajang Carves

Carves Frequency %
rajang-apoplexy-mhw-wiki-guideRajang Apoplexy (Dropped) ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 32% (50%)
rajang-hardclaw-mhw-wiki-guideRajang Hardclaw ⭐⭐⭐⭐ 23%
rajang-hardhorn-mhw-wiki-guideRajang Hardhorn ⭐⭐⭐ 15%
gold-rajang-pelt+-mhw-wiki-guideGold Rajang Pelt + (Dropped) ⭐⭐⭐⭐ 21% (28%)
rajang-heart-mhw-wiki-guideRajang Heart  ⭐  9%

 

Furious Rajang Rewards

Rewards Frequency %
rajang-apoplexy-mhw-wiki-guideRajang Apoplexy ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 32%
rajang-hardclaw-mhw-wiki-guideRajang Hardclaw (Break Arms) ⭐⭐⭐⭐ 23% (70% per broken arm)
gold-rajang-pelt+-mhw-wiki-guideGold Rajang Pelt + ⭐⭐⭐ 21%
rajang-hardhorn-mhw-wiki-guideRajang Hardhorn (Break Horn) ⭐⭐⭐ 15% (70%)
ghoulish-gold-gorer-mhw-wiki-guideGhoulish Gold Gorer (Break Horn/Both Horns) ⭐⭐ 0% (30% / 70%)
rajang-heart-mhw-wiki-guideRajang Heart 9%

Furious Rajang Weapons & Armor

Armor and Weapons related to the Furious Rajang Monster. 

Weapons

 

Armor

 

 

Notes & Trivia

  • Furious Rajangs Fury comes from losing its Tail to a hunter in its early years.

 

 

 

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    • Anonymous

      23 Feb 2021 22:15  

      I have about 14 monsters I haven't killed yet, but so far Furious Rajang is the hardest so far. You get the quest pretty quick after Iceborne's story, so it's not like I was using end-game gear. He carted me twice and I was really scared on my last life (even running to Ruiner Nergigante for free damage). Even though I've only done it once, I believe the trick to this thing is to go Kirin-mode, you come in for 1 attack, smack his face, get out... repeat until stunned or a good opening appears. Also, Evader Extender is amazing for this (if not literally every monster).

      • Anonymous

        07 Dec 2020 14:21  

        Even though "Mew are number one!" is a pain to do I need them astal tickets. I really want attack jewel 4 and some other crazy powerful decorations.

        • Anonymous

          10 Nov 2020 21:49  

          Barely managed to beat him once by sheer luck with less than 5 minutes left. Never again seriously fk this fight its zero fun and when you do win it just dosnt feel good, it feels cheap

          • Anonymous

            10 Nov 2020 19:27  

            Wouldn't this funny monke be considered a deviant, because it had a run in with a hunter, and lost its tail, then became trapped in enraged status?

            • Anonymous

              10 Nov 2020 18:10  

              capcom: HEY ive got a great idea! how about we combine a monkey with lots of fur with electricity and make it 10 times the size and then add godlike strength to him also take away his tail and for a finishing touch make him pretty much impossible to beat!
              gamers who play mhw: wow.... this monster is the worst idea in the history of monster hunter world

              • Anonymous

                07 Oct 2020 21:19  

                so the other day i was in the guiding lands and when i spawn at a camp i jump out into the first zone and i see this guy having a turf war with kirin and just as im leaving a vespoid stuns me then furious rajang is right there in front of my face and the first thing that goes through my head is: WELP IM DEAD

                • Anonymous

                  15 Sep 2020 03:35  

                  The weapon I made from him is stupid good. I main sns and it’s so strong. With max handicraft I have purple for days

                  • Anonymous

                    07 Sep 2020 02:41  

                    "Mew are number one!" sounds like a cute kind of quest but soon realize it's the exact opposite. seriously a temper furious Rajang? The only reason I did the quest is because I want to experience something new and OH BOY did I get something new! He doesn't have any particularly new moves but he hits very hard. More so or maybe the same like AT Namielle. Took me like 2 tries to defeat him since I had a pretty good team though the first one didn't do that well. But we managed to do 2 parts broken before I DISCONNECTED BECAUSE OF WIFI! But I thought to myself " okay.. he already has 2 part breaks and you have zero faints so you might win" and I did, and completed the quest in under 40 minutes :) Well that's my experience how's yours?

                    • Anonymous

                      06 Sep 2020 03:03  

                      Is it me, or is Furious Rajang an "easier" fight than vanilla Rajang? Yeah, it has more HP, hits harder, has fewer weak points and has bigger and flashier moves, but those big and flashy moves also have bigger, punishable openings, and you have more time to recover after getting smacked. Vanilla Rajang feels faster, more relentless, and tends to unleash more attacks with no tells (like when you try to attack from behind and it instantly 180s to punch you into space). Vanilla Rajang also has no qualms about sitting on your fallen body and smashing you on wakeup for kill combos, whereas I've almost never had Furious do that to me. Finally, Vanilla's big lightning slam seems WAAAAAY harder to avoid than Furious', as it tracks tighter and seems to have a wider AOE (forcing you to rely on panic dives the instant you see the startup), whereas you can easily outrun or roll away from Furious' version, giving you room for a quick punish.

                      • Anonymous

                        23 Aug 2020 02:30  

                        This thing's basically a perma-hitbox that darts all over the map before you can hit it where it hurts, and I've hated every iteration of Rajang in every game it's ever been in. That said, one skill has remained consistently good against all monkey monsters in MonHun, and that's Tremor Resist. Even Furious Rajang takes a LONG time to recover from its big ground-pounds, giving you precious seconds to smack its face until its battery goes out. Considering how frequently it hits those quakes, this can be an excellent source of safe damage. Just don't get greedy.

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