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Griffon Blazooka

Rarity 8
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 Attack Power 330
 Sharpness --
 Affinity -20%
 Element Damage None
Deviation High
Custom Mods 3
Special Ammo Wyvernsnipe

Griffon Blazooka is a Heavy Bowgun Weapon in Monster Hunter World (MHW). All weapons have unique properties relating to their Attack Power, Elemental Damage and various different looks. Please see Weapon Mechanics to fully understand the depth of your Hunter Arsenal.

 

 

Griffon Blazooka Information

 

 

 

 

 

 

Griffon Blazooka Crafting and Upgrades

Griffon Blazooka has 3 different upgrade levels. It follows the Bone path, detailed below.

  Rare Attack Power Sharpness Affinity Element Damage Decorations Defense
Dual Threat 6 300 -- -20% None 15
Craft with: Majestic Horn x3, Diablos Carapace x6, Diablos Ridege + x5, Blos Medulla x1, 16000 x zenny-currency-mhworld-wiki
Nero's Blazzoka 7 315 -- -20% None 15
Craft with: Black Spiral Horn + x1, Black Diablos Ridge + x2, Black Diablos Carapace x4, Wyvern Gem x1 32000 x zenny-currency-mhworld-wiki
Griffon Blazooka 8 330 -- -20% None 15
Craft with: Xeno'jiiva Tail x2, Black Spiral Horn + x3, Black Diablos Carapace x6, Dragonbone Relic x2, 56000 x zenny-currency-mhworld-wiki

 

 

Griffon Blazooka Upgrade Tree

Griffon Blazooka is part of an upgrade path for the Heavy Bowgun Weapon Tree. Below is an excerpt of the relevant Diablos tree.

Heavy Bowgun Bone Tree

 

   

Heavy Bowguns
Aqua Assault I  ♦  Aqua Assault II  ♦  Aqua Assault III  ♦  Arma Destroyer I  ♦  Baan Roar I  ♦  Blacksteel Cannon I  ♦  Blazing Assault I  ♦  Blazing Assault II  ♦  Blazing Assault III  ♦  Blooming Shooter I  ♦  Blooming Shooter II  ♦  Blooming Shooter III  ♦  Bone Shooter I  ♦  Bone Shooter II  ♦  Bone Shooter III  ♦  Chrome Assault I  ♦  Crusher Gold Cannon  ♦  Dark Devourer  ♦  Datura Blaster I  ♦  Diablos Shooter I  ♦  Dragonbone Cannon I  ♦  Dual Threat  ♦  Empress Cannon  ♦  Empress Cannon Blaze  ♦  Empress Cannon Ruin  ♦  Empress Cannon Styx  ♦  Flash Gold Cannon  ♦  Gama Cannon I  ♦  Gigacles  ♦  Glutton Gold Cannon  ♦  Gluttonous Cannon  ♦  Gluttonous Fangcannon  ♦  Gold Blast Cannon  ♦  Gold Icewater Cannon  ♦  Gold Support Cannon  ♦  Horn Gold Cannon  ♦  Iron Assault I  ♦  Iron Assault II  ♦  Iron Assault III  ♦  Jagras Assault I  ♦  Jagras Assault II  ♦  Jagras Assault III  ♦  Jagras Cannon I  ♦  Kadachi Lion I  ♦  Luminous Assault I  ♦  Luminous Assault II  ♦  Luminous Assault III  ♦  Magda Gemitus I  ♦  Magma Gold Cannon  ♦  Nergal Roar  ♦  Power Shooter I  ♦  Pulsar Shooter I  ♦  Pulsar Shooter II  ♦  Pulsar Shooter III  ♦  Quickcaster  ♦  Rage Gold Cannon  ♦  Spark Gold Cannon  ♦  Spew Gold Cannon  ♦  Spiked Shooter I  ♦  Steel Assault  ♦  Steel Assault I  ♦  Tar Gold Cannon  ♦  Taroth Assault Blast  ♦  Taroth Assault Crusher  ♦  Taroth Assault Flash  ♦  Taroth Assault Glutton  ♦  Taroth Assault Horn  ♦  Taroth Assault Icewater  ♦  Taroth Assault Magma  ♦  Taroth Assault Rage  ♦  Taroth Assault Spark  ♦  Taroth Assault Spew  ♦  Taroth Assault Support  ♦  Taroth Assault Tar  ♦  Teostra's Artillery  ♦  Water Cannon I  ♦  Xeno Jiiqa

 




    • Anonymous

      10 Sep 2018 21:10  

      I have a question regarding in this weapon. So I couldn’t help but notice certain monsters getting KOed a considerable amount with this weapon. Using the single shot. So does this happen with the other heavy bowguns Also if it does is it worth at all taking slugger gems. Finally does shooting the enemy in the head cause exhaustion and if so is it worth taking drain gems?

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