Palicoes

mwh palicoes felynes companion gadgets guides 
Race Felynes
Roles Buffs, Debuffs, DPS, Gathering

Palicoes are a cat-like combat companion in Monster Hunter World. As hunters' reliable comrades out in the field, they specialize in a variety of offensive, defensive, and restorative support abilities. The hunter's Palico joins the Fifth Fleet with pride, as much a bona fide member of the Commission as any other hunter.

You only get one Palico. The one you customize during character creation will be the only companion Palico. Others will be in the Town or Players Housing but do not accompany the Hunter.

Palicoes are reliable comrades while out on the hunt. They'll support you in numerous ways during quests, from attacking monsters to utilizing useful gadgets.

Palicoes in MHW

  • Palicoes can be outfitted with Weapons and Armor that you make for them in Crafting
  • They can be leveled up according to traits and roles you wish for them to serve
  • In combat, they can support you with offensive and defensive maneuvers
  • They can serve as harvesting helpers for gathering Items in the wild
  • They can communicate with local wild cats and convince them to help hunters by setting traps
  • Only one Palico can be brought on a quest, but the Palico can temporarily recruit wild cats and small monsters to help. Sometimes another player's Palico can be encountered in the wild, and they will aid you--quite useful since they can also use Palico Gadgets.
  • Palicoes can be equipped with gadgets that give powerful bonuses on command
  • The max level for your Palico is 50 (Patch 6.02)
  • The max level of Tailraider Unity is 10. (Patch 6.02)

Palico Gadgets

All Palico Gadgets have two stages and your Palico will use their gadgets semi-frequently on their own. After levelling a gadget to lv5, an icon will appear in your quickbar to use the first stage at the player's command e.g to place a flashfly cage. After reaching lv10 with a gadget, a second icon will become available allowing you to use the second stage of the gadget on command. This can be useful to place things like vigorwasp stations or shock traps shortly before a fight. Gadget proficiency level cap has raised from 10 to 15 since patch 6.02.

  • Vigorwasp Spray: The Palico pulls out a vigorwasp and rides it towards the hunter. It then explodes, healing the hunter. When leveled up, the Palico can also deploy a stationary vigorwasp, like one found in the wild.
  • Flashfly Cage: The Palico pulls out a cage with a flashfly in it. The hunter can then hit the cage to create a large flash. Very useful for fighting flying wyverns like Rathalos or Legiana. When leveled up, the Palico can deploy an electric shock trap. Beware, overuse of traps and flashes will cause a monster to become resistant.
  • Shieldspire: The Palico pulls out a shield with a face on it. The Palico then taunts the monster into attacking it while using the shield to stay alive. The next ability of the Shieldspire is a shield bash which can stagger and stun a monster if it hits.
  • Coral Orchestra: The Palico pulls out a Coral Instrument. The Palico then plays one of several songs that applies a buff (e.g. Attack Up, Defense Up, Bleeding Resistance, Stamina Drain Down).  Upon levelling up the Palico gains access to a second instrument with some improved buffs, such as the ability to negate environmental damage from lava, giving the player the earplug effect, divine protection or stun resistance/negation.
  • Plunderblade: The Palico pulls out a Plunderblade and snatches items from monsters (e.g. scales, fangs ...). Items snatched this way go directly to the Palico inventory and will be received at the end of the quest or expedition. Upon levelling up, the Palico is able to throw the Plunderblade. If this thrown blade hits a monster, the monster will drop an item, which may be either an appropriate scale or talon, or a slinger ammo e.g Piercing pods.
  • Meowlatov Cocktail: The Palico pulls out a ceramic pot and throws it at monster causing it to explode and deal damage. The upgraded version has your Palico roll around with a small cannon and shield. These attacks can easily stagger large monsters.

    Role in the Main Story/Lore
    A Felyne partner that joins the Fifth Fleet hunter in their travels, coming to the New World along with their A-List hunting partner. Palicoes provide support with various weapons and tools used in hunting and, being lynians, can also use their own physical abilities to contribute to investigations in the New World.

    The Palico met the Hunter, their present partner, in the Old World and carried out several requests for them. Perhaps because of that long association, the Palico wanted to be taken along on the next fleet so the Hunter could see them making good use of Palico Gadgets. That reveals their trust and affection for their partner.

    Many types of Lynians live in the New World. Each has their own culture and linguistic systems, so direct interaction is difficult, but Palicoes are highly active as go-betweens. They can understand human languages, they can actualize interactions with Lynians as they investigate evidence of them. Sometimes they exchange information, and sometimes they join in on hunts. These things forge friendly relationships. Finally, they can also learn the languages of small monsters and can control those small monsters by feeding them. It wouldn't be an exaggeration to say they are indispensable in the investigation of the New World.

Palicoes and Grymalkines

Palicoes can acquire additional skills, but to unlock them, you'll need assistance from Grimalkynes. These petite feline creatures share similarities with Palicoes but lean a bit more towards the wild side. Grimalkynes possess the ability to teach your Palico how to communicate with other monsters in the local vicinity, a handy skill when dealing with certain larger foes. Additionally, they can offer temporary assistance to those who have befriended them when encountered on the map. Once befriended, and they join your entourage, you'll see a boost in their health and effectiveness during hunts.

Ancient Forest - Bugtrappers

Once the upper area of the Ancient Forest is unlocked (Camp 17) enter the Ancient Forest in Expedition mode and find doodles around the map made by the Bugtrappers. Once enough doodles have been collected open your map and find a tailrider icon with a description of ???. Mark it and follow your scout flies to it where you'll find a lone Bugtrapper that will run. Chase it back to its camp (near Camp 17). Once you arrive at its camp your Palico will talk to it and befriend it asking to join the Bugtrappers.

Rewards
  • Flashfly Cage - A Bugtrapper insect cage used to stop monsters in their tracks. Its effectiveness varies with the type of insect inside, and the duration increases with Proficiency (In-Game Description)
    • Max Proficiency Reward - Boombug Cage
  • Ability to befriend Jagras and make them tailraiders.

Wildspire Waste - Protectors

Start this quest by finding doodles, just like the Forest find enough till you can track them on your map. Follow your scout flies to an area near (Camp 15), there you'll find a  lone Protector worried about his friends after they got separated by a Barroth. He'll ask you to find them and capture them with your capture net. Your Palico will then mark their locations on your map. Go to each and attempt to capture them ( Ghillie Mantle has no effect on them meaning they will still run if you approach with your Ghillie Mantle equipped? [Unverified] ), they will be scanning the area so approach when they aren't looking and capture them. Once all three have been captured, return to the first Protector and he'll befriend you.

Rewards
  • Shieldspire - A massive Protector shield used to defend against attacks. It can also be used to provoke monsters, drawing their attention. Guard effectiveness increase with Proficiency. (In-Game Description)
    • Max Proficiency Reward - Shieldspire Bash ability
  • Ability to befriend Kestodon and make them tailraiders.

Coral Highlands - Troupers

Begin this sub-quest like the other two. Find the Troupers in Area 10, they will be riding Shamos and attack, defeat them and they will run, follow them to their hideout where they will explain they were planning on hunting two Tzitzi-Ya-Ku's that have been causing trouble. Your Palico will offer to help and you'll receive an Optional Quest to complete which involves defeating two Tzitzi-Ya-Ku's. (You do not have to wait for a Lynian Researcher to be present in the area.)

Rewards
  • Coral Orchestra - An instrument of Trouper make, able to yield a variety of effects. Its melodies boost attack, defense, or status resistances. Those effects increase with Proficiency. (In-Game Description)
    • Max Proficiency Reward - Coral cheerbongo.
  • Ability to befriend Shamos and make them tailraiders.
  • Melodies [unverified and not necessarily complete]. Divine blessing, attack, defence, affinity, increased recovery of recoverable (red) damage, ear plugs.

Rotten Vale - Plunderers

To start this quest the sub-area of the Vale must be unlocked, and be on a Solo Expedition. Find a Plunderer in Area 13, it only appears after the Odogaron has dragged over the Legian corpse from Area 9. Then chase it with scout flies to the dead end in Area 15. Put out Raw Meat when told to by your Palico. After a few moments multiple Plunderers will come to eat the meat. You will get the usual cut scene before they join you. (You do not have to wait for a Lynian Researcher to be present in the area.)

Rewards
  • Plunderblade - An invention on the Plunderers that snatches items from monsters when attacking. The quantity of stolen items increases with proficiency. (In-Game Description)
    • Max Proficiency Reward - Palarang
  • Ability to befriend Girros and make them tailraiders.

Elder's Recess - Gajalaka

To start this quest you must have befriended all the other Grymalkynes. Speak to the Lynian Researcher in Astera by the Ecological Research area. This will give you a new Critical Bounty called Gajalaka Exchange: Gajalaka Linguistics in which you must find 10 Gajalaka Tracks. These appear as Gajalaka Doodles and only in high rank zones. Each locale (Not necessarily each zone) has at least 2 doodles, some may have more. Doodles appear relatively close to where Gajalaka spawn (filter your map by "small monsters" to locate them). Doodles do not respawn, not even if you go back to Astera and return.

  • Ancient Forest - Areas 5, 15
  • Wildspire Wastes - Areas 3, 5, 7
  • Coral Highlands - Area 12, 6 (found at the Bottom of area 6)
  • Rotten Vale - Area 3 (2 doodles), 15 (you can find 3 doodles here without Gajalaka)
  • Elder's Recess - Area 8

After you turn in the Bounty you must speak with the Lynian Researcher again to get Gajalaka Exchange: Gajalaka Linguistics II. Equip your Ghillie Mantle to make this one easier then return to the Elder's Recess AT NIGHT. You can wait for night, or simply go into your tent within one of your camps (where you can change Palico and your own gear and heal up, your character literally drinks tea there) to trigger the change. When you arrive the Lynian Researcher will be at the entrance of the Gajalaka Camp. From there sneak into the camp without being seen. The Ghillie Mantle will make you invisible. When you get close enough to the fire without being noticed the camera will zoom in on a hole in the wall, interact with the hole without being seen to complete the quest. (Note: "Wild" Gajalaka will remain hostile in all zones, ally Gajalaka will be marked with green indicators like other tailraiders.)

Rewards
  • Meowlotov Cocktail - Throws a Gajalaka-style bomb that deals damage. Combines with the Palico slinger to allow for sustained fire. Blast Strength increases with proficiency. (In-Game Description)
    • Max Proficiency Reward - [Unknown]
  • Ability to befriend Gastodon and make them tailraiders.
  • 5 shortcut tunnels throughout Elder's Recess.
  • Access to area 16.

Hoarfrost Reach - Boaboa

After the completing the third Iceborne quest, Ready to Strike, the Linean Researcher will appear in Hoarfrost Reach near campsite 1. Speak to him and he'll tell you that in order to gain the Boaboa's favor, you must impress them. To do so, you must successfully hunt a large monster in front of the Boaboa scouts, to which they will aid you.  Next, your Palico will tell you that the Boaboa wish to speak with you.  Travel down the path away from campsite 1, just until you crawl under the large branch.  A group of Boaboa will ask you to meet them at their lair.  Head to area 2 and take the wingdrake.  Climb up the waterfall rocks and through the corridor at the northeast corner to their lair.  Speak to the Boaboa within the lair, they will offer you the quest By Our Powers Combined.  Accept the quest and hunt the tempered Beotodus.

Rewards
  • Tailraider Signal - A signal to call a Grimalkyne to your aid.
  • Max Proficiency Reward - [Unknown]
  • Purple Boaboa's will no longer attack you
  • A shortcut to area 17 (upon reaching level six Unity)

Role in the Main Story/Lore

A Felyne partner that joins the Fifth Fleet hunter in their travels, coming to the New World along with their A-List hunting partner. Palicoes provide support with various weapons and tools used in hunting and, being lynians, can also use their own physical abilities to contribute to investigations in the New World.

The Palico met the Hunter, their present partner, in the Old World and carried out several requests for them. Perhaps because of that long association, the Palico wanted to be taken along on the next fleet so the Hunter could see them making good use of Palico Gadgets. That reveals their trust and affection for their partner.

Many types of Lynians live in the New World. Each has their own culture and linguistic systems, so direct interaction is difficult, but Palicoes are highly active as go-betweens. They can understand human languages, they can actualize interactions with Lynians as they investigate evidence of them. Sometimes they exchange information, and sometimes they join in on hunts. These things forge friendly relationships. Finally, they can also learn the languages of small monsters and can control those small monsters by feeding them. It wouldn't be an exaggeration to say they are indispensable in the investigation of the New World.

Palico Gallery

Palico gear
Iceborne Palico Gear

 Palico Weapons in Monster Hunter World (MHW) are used by Palicoes to attack and deal damage to Monsters. Palico Weapons are handled a bit different than player Weapons and there are much fewer to choose from. Below is a list of Palico Weapons in Monster Hunter World.

 

Palico Weapons (MHW)

 

 

Name Rarity mhw-attack mhw-attack-type mhw-element-damage mhw-affinity mhw-elderseal mhw-defense_s

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Acorn Spade

1 2 2 Severing None 0%   -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Bone Hammer

1 4 2 Blunt None 0%   -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Jag Gunhammer

1 5 3 Blunt None 0%   -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Kulu Lute

1 3 5 Blunt None 10%   -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Pukei Bow

2 4 6 Blunt mhw-poison-status-effect-sPoison 80 0%   -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Iron Sword

2 2 4 Severing None 0%   -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Barroth Mace

2 12 8 Blunt None -20%   +5

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Jyura Sword

2 7 6 Severing mhw-water-elemental-damage_sWater 100 0%   -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Kadachi Fork

2 6 5 Severing mhw-thunder-damage_sThunder 140 10%   -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Anja Bonehammer

3 14  12  Blunt mhw-fire-damage_s Fire 160  -30%   

Felyne_Azure_Star_Baton
Felyne Azure Star Baton

3 10 6 Blunt mhw-water-elemental-damage_sWater 140 20%   -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Rathian Rapier

3 10 8 Severing mhw-poison-status-effect-sPoison 90 0%   -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Lumu Pawpads

3 10 12 Blunt None 0%   -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Baan Ball

3 10 8 Blunt Sleep 55 0%   +5

name-palico-weapon

Kitty-of-the-Valley Rod

3 10 8 Blunt mhw-paralysis-status-effectParalysis 55 0%   -

Felyne_Watcher_Grinder
Felyne Watcher Grinder

3 14 8 Severing mhw-thunder-damage_sThunder 160 -20%   -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Legiana Sword

4 8 8 Severing mhw-ice-damage_s Ice 180 0%   -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Garon Chainblade

4 11 11 Severing None 30%   -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Rathalos Blade

4 16 14 Severing mhw-fire-damage_sFire 120 10%   -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Diablos Hammer

4 18 10 Blunt None 20%   +10

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Deathgear Scythe

4 16 14 Severing mhw-dragon-damage_sDragon 130 0%  Low -

High Rank

  Rarity mhw-attack  mhw-attack-type mhw-element-damage mhw-affinity mhw-elderseal mhw-defense_s

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Acorn Spade Alpha

5 25 14  Severing None 0%   -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Bone Hammer Alpha

5 30 10 Blunt None 0%   -

felyne_jag_gunhammer_alpha
Felyne Bone Hammer

5 32 12 Blunt None 0%   -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Kulu Lute Alpha

5 26 12 Blunt None 20%   -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Pukei Bow Alpha

5 30 22 Blunt mhw-poison-status-effect-sPoison 90 0%   -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Iron Sword Alpha

5 20 18 Severing None 0%   -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Barroth Mace Alpha

5 36 20 Blunt None -20%   +10

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Jyura Sword Alpha

5 32 18 Severing mhw-water-elemental-damage_sWater 140 0%   -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Kadachi Fork Alpha

5 30 14 Severing mhw-thunder-damage_sThunder 180 10%   -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Anja Bonehammer Alpha

5 40 28 Blunt mhw-fire-damage_sFire 300 -30%   -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Rathian Rapier Alpha

5 46 21 Severing mhw-poison-status-effect-sPoison105 0%   -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Baan Ball Alpha

5 48 19 Blunt Sleep 75 0%   +16

name-palico-weapon

Kitty-of-the-Valley Rod Alpha

5 44 23 Blunt mhw-paralysis-status-effectParalysis 75 0%   -

felyne_aloha_ukulele_alpha
Felyne Aloha Ukulele Alpha

5 38 32 Blunt mhw-water-elemental-damage_sWater 210 0% -- --

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Zorah Puppet Alpha

6 25 12 Severing Blast 30 0%   +5

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Garon Chainblade Alpha

6 46 27 Severing None 30%   -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Diablos Hammer Alpha

6 60 20 Blunt None -20%   -

name-palico-weapon
Felyne Jack-o’-Lantern

3 14 12 Blunt mhw-fire-damage_sFire 120 0%   --

name-palico-weapon
Felyne Jack-o’-Lantern α

6 44 36 Blunt mhw-fire-damage_sFire 240 0% -- --

name-palico-weapon
Felyne Snowcat Bell Alpha

6 50 40 Blunt mhw-ice-damage_sIce 200 0% -- --

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Uragaan Ironslab Alpha

7 55 25 Blunt mhw-fire-damage_sFire 150 0%   +25

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Bazel Mace Alpha

7 52 30 Blunt Blast 40 0%   -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Deathgear Scythe Alpha

7 45 26 Severing mhw-dragon-damage_sDragon 60 0% Low -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Gajalaka Sword Alpha

7 50 40 Severing None 20%   -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Nergigante Hammer Alpha

8 70 16 Blunt mhw-dragon-damage_sDragon 260 0% High -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Daora's Wand Alpha

8 56 32 Severing mhw-ice-damage_sIce 200 10%   -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Kaiser Mace Alpha

8 58 26 Blunt Blast 45 0%   -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Hazak Sword Alpha

8 60 26 Severing Dragon 220 0% Average -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Godsblade Zapurr Alpha

8 42 25 Severing Thunder 350 0%   -

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Xeno Bouquet Alpha

8 55 40 Severing Dragon 180 10% Low -

gold_chocobo_rod_alpha
Gold Chocobo Rod Alpha

8 40 55 Blunt mhw-dragon-damage_sDragon 360 0% Average +20

felyne_samurai_sword_alpha
Felyne Samurai Sword Alpha

8 70 20 Severing -- 10% -- --

felyne_kulve_fan_alpha
Felyne Kulve Fan Alpha

8 60 50 Blunt None 0%   30

felyne_eliza_parasol_alpha
Felyne Eliza Parasol Alpha

8 65 16 Severing Blast 35 0% -- --

Mega_buster_alpha
Mega Buster Alpha

6 40 40 Blunt None 0%   -

felyne_vangis_mace_alpha
Felyne Vangis Mace Alpha

7 65 22 Blunt mhw-dragon-damage_sDragon 180 -20%  High

name-palico-weapon
Felyne Star Mic Stand

7 56 44 Blunt Thunder 270 0% -- --

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Butterfly Wand

?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ??

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Snowcat Bell

3 16 10 Blunt Ice 140  0% -- --

felyne_aloha_ukulele_alpha

Felyne Aloha Ukulele

3 12 10 Blunt Water (120)  0% -- --

name-palico-weapon
Felyne Star Mic Stand Alpha

 7 56 44 Blunt 270 Thunder   0% - -

name-palico-weapon
Felyne Lava Mace Alpha

?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ??

name-palico-weapon
Felyne Butterfly Wand Alpha

5 48 18 Blunt 70 Paralysis 0% -- +10

name-palico-weapon
Felyne Legiana Sword Alpha

?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ??

name-palico-weapon
Felyne Lumu Pewpads Alpha

?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ??

name-palico-weapon
Felyne Jag Gunhammer Alpha

?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ??

name-palico-weapon

Felyne Rathalos Blade

?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ??

f-expedition-wedge-mhw-wiki-guide
F Expedition Wedge +
 mhw-iceborne-icon-16px

9 30 50 Severing None 0% -- --


felyne-beo-board-mhw-wiki-guide
Felyne Beo Board+
 mhw-iceborne-icon-16px

9 30 40 Blunt Ice 200 0% -- --

f-tigrex-whammer-mhw-wiki-guide
F Tigrex Whammer+
 mhw-iceborne-icon-16px

9 60 30 Blunt None -20% -- --

f-golden-gadget-alpha-plus-mhw-wiki-guide
F Golden Gadget +
mhw-iceborne-icon-16px

 11 110 40 Blunt  150 Thunder -15% - -

 

Iceborne Palico Equipment in Monster Hunter World (MHW) is Palico gear added with the paid mhw-iceborne-icon-16pxIceborne Expansion. This DLC-exclusive gear can be changed much the way players can change their own. Palicoes can equip 4 different equipment: Weapons, Helms, Chest Armor and Gadgets. Palico Equipment works much the same way that player Equipment does, and is made from Materials that drop from Monsters.

 

Iceborne Palico Weapons

 

 

Name Rarity mhw-attack mhw-attack-type mhw-element-damage mhw-affinity mhw-elderseal mhw-defense_s
felyne_trekker_peckaxe_alpha-mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Trekker Peckaxe Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 9 50 20 Severing None 0% -- --
felyne_bone_hammer_alpha-mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Bone Hammer Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 9 55 15 Blunt None 0% -- --
felyne_iron_sword_alpha-mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Iron Sword Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 9 45 25 Severing None 0% -- --
felyne_jag_gunhammer_alpha-mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Jag Gunhammer Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 9 60 20 Blunt None 0% -- --
felyne_kulu_lute_alpha-mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Kulu Lute Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 9 50 20 Blunt None 25% -- --
felyne_pukei_bow_alpha-mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Pukei Bow Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 9 45 30 Blunt poisonPoison 100 0% -- --
felyne_barroth_mace_alpha-mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Barroth Mace Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 9 60 25 Blunt None -20% -- 15
felyne_jyura_sword_alpha-mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Jyura Sword Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 9 45 35 Severing waterWater 160 0% -- --
felyne_beo_board_alpha-mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Beo Board Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 9 55 30 Blunt iceblight-monster-hunter-worldIce 180 0% -- --
felyne_kadachi_fork_alpha-mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Kadachi Fork Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 9 40 30 Severing mhw-thunder-damage Thunder 300 15% -- --
kitty-of-the-valley-rod_alpha-mhw-wiki-guideKitty-of-the-Valley Rod Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 9 45 25 Blunt   Paralysis 90 0% -- --
felyne_grimalkyne_doll_alpha-mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Grimalkyne Doll Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 9 80 30 Blunt None 0% -- --
f_boaboa_bonehammer_alpha_alpha-mhw-wiki-guideF Anja Bonehammer Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 9 70 35 Blunt fireFire 320 -30% -- --
f_rathian_rapier_alpha-mhw-wiki-guideF Rathian Rapier Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 9 55 40 Severing poisonPoison 120 0% -- --
felyne_lumu_pawpads_alpha-mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Lumu Pawpads Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 9 60 40 Blunt None 0% -- --
felyne_baan_ball_alpha-mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Baan Ball Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 9 85 20 Blunt Sleep Sleep 100 0% -- 20
f_deathgear_scythe_alpha-mhw-wiki-guideF Deathgear Scythe Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 9 60 35 Severing mhw-dragon-damage Dragon 280 0% -- --
f_boaboa_bonehammer_alpha_alpha-mhw-wiki-guideF Boaboa Bonehammer Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 9 75 30 Blunt None 0% -- 25
felyne_artian_disc_alpha-mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Artian Disc Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 10 50 50 Severing mhw-dragon-damage Dragon 220 0% Average --
felyne_barioth_knife_alpha-mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Barioth Knife Alpha+ mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 10 70 35 Severing iceblight-severe-mhw-status-efect_s Ice 200 20% -- --
felyne-specter-scepter-alpha-plus-mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Specter Scepter Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 12 80 35 Blunt mhw-dragon-damage Dragon 260 0% Average --
felyne-nami-rod-alpha-plus-mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Nami Rods Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 12 40 70 Blunt waterWater 200 15% -- --
felyne-ishvalda-orb-alpha-plus-mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Ishvalda Orb Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 12 65 55 Blunt mhw-dragon-damage Dragon 300 0% High 30
felyne-godsblade-zapurr-alpha-plus-mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Godsblade Zapurr Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 12 60 45 Severing mhw-thunder-damage Thunder 390 0% -- --
felyne-daoras-wand-alpha-plus-mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Daora's Wand Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 12 70 50 Severing iceblight-monster-hunter-worldIce 220 10% -- --
felyne-kaiser-mace-alpha-plus-mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Kaiser Mace Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 12 85 35 Blunt waterblight Blast 50 0% -- --
felyne-zorah-puppet-alpha-plus-mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Zorah Puppet Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 12 66 44 Severing waterblight Blast 40 0% -- 45
felyne-mewsurper's-peal-alpha-plus-mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Mewsurper's Peal Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 11 85 45 Severing mhw-thunder-damage Thunder 250 0% -- --
felyne-garuga-fan-alpha-plus-mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Garuga Fan Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 11 80 40 Severing poisonPoison 80 15% -- --
f-golden-gadget-alpha-plus-mhw-wiki-guideF Golden Gadget alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 11 110 40 Blunt mhw-thunder-damage Thunder 150 -15% -- --
f-wyvern-blade-green-alpha+mhw-wiki-guideF Wyvern Blade Green Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 12 75 40 Severing fireFire 200 0% -- 25
wiggler-coral-alpha+mhw-wiki-guideWiggler Coral Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 10 70 30 Blunt waterWater 180 0% -- --
felyne-nergigante-hammer-alpha-mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Nergigante Hammer Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 12 95 35 Blunt mhw-dragon-damage Dragon 70 0% High --
felyne-hazak-sword-alpha-mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Hazak Sword Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 12 70 40 Severing mhw-dragon-damage Dragon 240 0% Average --
felyne-vangis-mace-alpha-mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Vangis Mace Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 11 80 30 Blunt mhw-dragon-damage Dragon 250 -20% High --
felyne-bazel-mace-alpha-mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Bazel Mace Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 11 70 40 Blunt waterblight Blast 50 0% -- --
felyne-samurai-sword-alpha-mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Samurai Sword Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 11 80 30 Severing None 10% -- --
felyne-acorn-spade-alpha-mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Acorn Spade Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 10 60 40 Severing None 0% -- --
felyne-xeno-bouquet-alpha+mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Xeno Bouquet Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 12 60 60 Severing mhw-dragon-damage Dragon 220 10% Low --
felyne-safi-spear-alpha+mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Safi Spear Alpha + mhw-iceborne-icon-16px 12 65 65 Severing mhw-dragon-damage Dragon 200 20% Average --
felyne-shishi-mai-lamp-alpha+mhw-wiki-guide
Felyne Shishi-mai Lamp Alpha +
9 65 35 Blunt waterblight Blast 40 0% -- 25
forgefire-alpha-mhw-wiki-guide
Forgefire α+
12  40 60 Blunt fireFire 150 0% -- --
gold-chocobo-rod-alpha+mhw-wiki-guide
Gold Chocobo Rod Alpha +
12 50 60 Blunt mhw-dragon-damage Dragon 380 0% Average 20
cursed-staff-alpha+mhw-wiki-guide
Cursed Staff Alpha +
12 85 40 Blunt -- -15% -- --
felyne-star-mic-stand-alpha-+mhw-wiki-guide
Felyne Star Mic Stand Alpha +
10 60 50 Blunt mhw-thunder-damage Thunder 300 0% -- --
space-machine-alpha-+mhw-wiki-guide
Space Machine Alpha +
10 45 65 Severing Sleep Sleep 80 0% -- --
Mega_buster_alpha
Mega Buster Alpha +
12 65 65 Blunt -- 0% -- --
felyne-maestros-baton-alpha+mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Maestro's Baton Alpha + 11 50 40 Blunt   Paralysis 80 0% -- --
felyne-rural-pickaxe-alpha+mhw-wiki-guideFelyne Rural Pickaxe Alpha + 11 50 50 Severing -- 10% -- --
felyne-crusher-punch-a+
Felyne Crusher Punch Alpha +
12 80 30 Blunt waterblight Blast 70 0% -- 10
f-grand-gods-peer-staff-a+
F Grand God's Peer Staff Alpha +
12 100 30 Blunt mhw-thunder-damage Thunder 180 5% -- 20
felyne-butterfly-wand-a-mhw-wiki-guide
Felyne Butterfly Wand Alpha +
11 70 40 Blunt   Paralysis 75 0% -- 10
felyne-rose-basket-a-mhw-wiki-guide
Felyne Rose Basket Alpha +
11 70 45 Blunt mhw-dragon-damage Dragon 130 10% High 10
felyne-kulve-fan-a-mhw-wiki-guide
Felyne Kulve Fan Alpha +
12 70 60 Blunt None 0% -- 30
felyne_escador_scythe_alpha_+mhw-wiki-guide
Felyne Escador Scythe alpha +
12 60 60 Severing mhw-dragon-damage Dragon 360 0% Low 30
felyne-pukei-head-alpha+mhw-wiki-guide
Felyne Pukei Horn Alpha +
11 50 60 Blunt poisonPoison 110 0% -- -
felyne_aloha_ukulele_alpha
Felyne Aloha Ukulele Alpha +
10 55 45 Blunt waterWater 280 0% - -
felyne_frostfang_sabre_alpha_+mhw-wiki-guide
Felyne Frostfang Sabre Alpha +
11 85 40 Severing iceblight-monster-hunter-worldIce 280 0% - 10
felyne_fatalis_weapon_alpha-mhw-wiki-guide
Felyne Fatalis Weapon Alpha +
12 75 75 Severing mhw-dragon-damage Dragon 150 20% High 40
f_azure_era_fan-mhw-wiki-guide
F Azure Era Fan Alpha +
12 65 60 Severing waterWater 210 0% - 20
Felyne_Azure_Star_Baton
Felyne Azure Star Baton +
12 60 45 Blunt waterWater 160 20% - -
felyne_frankie_steel_ball-mhw-wiki-guide
Felyne Frankie Steel Ball Alpha +
11 70 60 Blunt   Paralysis 60 0% -- 15
felyne_jack-o-lantern-mhw-wiki-guide
Felyne Jack-o'-Lantern Alpha +
11 60 40 Blunt fireFire 280 0% -- --

 




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    • Anonymous

      Why is he not able to Hit me out of confusion sleep etc. When i need to, doesnt use vigorwasps when i use the command while the monster is absent AND why does he simp for the f-ing handler.

      • Anonymous

        what are the different palicos? And I don't mean the Healer, Assist, Fight, Bombardier, and Gathering classes, the palicos you get to select to be your partner

        • Anonymous

          In solo runs with a max level cat and max level mewcano, I sometimes feel like they do most of the damage for me

          • Anonymous

            Yes they’re cute. Yes they’re cool. Yes they’re helpful. Actually, scratch that last part. The further I go into endgame the more I notice my palico coming to heal me and then healing itself in front of me. I love them but sometimes they are really mean to me.

            • Anonymous

              The health pool of these little friends is surprisingly large, if yours faints in a fight, you were probably rining arround the monster while he was taking all the hits.

              • Anonymous

                my palico's set is the full felyne Safi'jiiva armor set, the felyne safi'jiiva spear, and the meowlatov cocktail as the palico item.

                • Anonymous

                  The question remains: what and how much does the Ranged attack contribute to a Palico? Does it increase the damage done by the boomerang throw - and if so, does that throw also deal element/status damage, and does a higher Ranged attack also increase ranged attack likelihood as some have claimed?

                  • Anonymous

                    Coral Orchestra and Meowlatov are the most useful gadgets. Ideally, have one of each in duo hunts. Orchestra, more reliably at higher levels it seems, tends to outfit you with buffs depending on the monster you're fighting (poison resistance against Pukei Pukei, paralysis resistance against Great Girros, etc), negate environment hazards while in Rotten Vale's lower floors, and commonly Divine Blessing, Earplugs, and Adrenaline. The new Iceborne upgrade gives a gong that also acts as a screamer pod. Meowlatov is pure damage, plain and simple. It can break parts, stun monsters, and even adds an extra bomb when you place your barrels. Middle tier are Plunderblade and Shieldspire. Plunderblade is great when you're farming for materials, and Iceborne upgrades it to allow you to get trade items as well, making it useful for money farming. Shieldspire draws monsters attention away, which is only good for a hit or two, because the Palico can't tank monsters for squat, especially at higher levels. It gives you a moment to breathe, which may save you a carting. Bottom of the barrel, definitely beginner material, is Vigorwasp and Flashfly cage. For Vigorwasp, you have Spray and Delivery. Spray plants a stationary vigorwasp that you can heal from, while Delivery makes the Palico bring a vigorwasp to you. Problem with those is that the stationary nature of the Spray typically plants it in an unfortunate location, usually under a monster's feet (where the Palico has been fighting) or on the other side of an area. And Delivery is too slow to rely on, both in travel time (the Palico brings it to you from wherever the Palico is when it decides to use it) and in its activation (the Palico only uses it when you're at less than half health, if at all), and when you need healing NOW, a potion is going to save you far more than this ever will. It CAN save you a mega potion, if any of it works, but is far, far from reliable. Even less useful, is the Flashfly Cage. The cage is stationary, and if the monster isn't facing it, it is entirely useless. The trap is also inconvenient as the Palico will place them wherever it feels like it, so if you're luring a monster under a trap, it's likely to get caught somewhere else and ruin your plan. The trap is also entirely useless against elder dragons, but your Palico will still waste time placing them. It's also important to note that the more you use both the cage and the trap, the less effective they will be, including your own Flash Pods and traps.

                    • Anonymous

                      kinda useful early to midgame, and late game this f'cker spends most of the hunts napping after a KO or healing themselves

                      • Anonymous

                        Is there a way to check your palicoe's items he picks up before you head to camp so when you're gathering items you know that you have the amount you need

                        • Anonymous

                          Woah, I really want this game now! I saw my younger friend play it and now I'm really interested. Do you think "Lucinda" (for a girl) or "Mosi" (for a boy) would be good Palico names?

                          • Anonymous

                            anyone know a detailed guide of all/any the palico menus? I'm newish to the game and I have no idea about them but I'm guessing it's fairly importaint...

                            • Anonymous

                              I once saw my Palico (who i named after my long dead cat) carry a cannonball and load it with me in a cannon during the Zorah event.
                              And then man up a turrent and shooting the everloving crap out of said dragon afterwards.

                              Give or take, that was so badass that i always give my Palico the best gear i can craft.

                              • Anonymous

                                is there a way so get your palico to accompany you and two of your friends. while me and my friends were playing together, our palicos were not with us. it kind of defeats the purpose of playing with other people since your palico can be extremely useful

                                • Anonymous

                                  Is it really you can only have one Palico? I've seen videos with people have 2 or 3 of them while fighting and they are not playing with other players.

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