Seething Bazelgeuse

 seething_bazelgeuse_intro
Enemy Type Large Monsters
Species Flying Wyverns
Elements mhw-fire-damage_sFire
Ailments fireblight-status-effect-mhw_sFireblight
BlastblightBlastblight
Weakness mhw-ice-damageIce⭐⭐⭐
mhw-thunder-damageThunder ⭐⭐
Resistances mhw-water-elemental-damageWater ⭐
mhw-dragon-damageDragon ⭐
mhw-fire-damageFire (immune)
Location(s) Elder's Recess
Tempered Lv. 3

Seething Bazelgeuse is a Large Monster in Monster Hunter World (MHW). 紅蓮滾るバゼルギウス (guren tagiru bazerugiusu) in Japanese. It is a variant of Bazelgeuse.

 

The scales of this Bazelgeuse variant burn hotter than normal increasing in number and explosion radius as time passes.

Seething Bazelgeuse Details & Locations

 

Seething Bazelgeuse Combat Info

  • Kinsect Extracts:
    • Red: Head,Tail
    • Orange: Back, Belly
    • White: Wings, Legs
  • Unlike regular Bazelgeuse, Seething Bazelgeuse is not an invading monster, meaning it cannot appear in hunts randomly. An example of a Master Rank invading monster is Savage Deviljho.
  • Enraged mode: attacks faster and starts dropping blue bombs more often.
  • You can obtain shiny drops by attacking the head or the tail.
  • Tail and chest drop blast bombs that do physical and fire damage at the same time.
  • Seething Bazelgeuse's bombs will always explode on their own, even if Seething Bazelgeuse is not enraged. A weapon or Seething Bazelgeuse's attacks will trigger the explosion early.
  • Seehting Bazelgeuse's body will gradually switch from an orange/red glow to a purple glow. Once the purple is at its maximum intensity, the scales will behave differently.
    • They will mutate to leave a purple lump on the floor.
    • They explode faster, deal more damage and have a larger blast radius.
  • Seething Bazelgeuse's only new attack, the "Ultimate Divebomb" sees Bazelgeuse rising into the air with a spin, scattering scales in a circle all around him. He then comes crashing down in the center of the circle, creating a massive explosion. He finishes with a unique roar that resets his color back to orange and ends his enraged mode. Seething Bazelgeuse only does this when he is completely purple and enraged.

 

Seething Bazelgeuse 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) ⭐⭐ ⭐⭐ ⭐⭐
Back (Breakable) ⭐⭐ ⭐⭐ ⭐⭐
Tail (Severable) ⭐⭐⭐ ⭐⭐⭐ ⭐⭐⭐

 

In-game weakness information

seething-bazelgeuse-weakness-mhw-wiki-guide

 

Seething Bazelgeuse Master Rank Carves

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

Seething Bazelgeuse Carves

Carves Frequency %
bazelgeuse_shard-mhw-wiki-guide-smallBazelgeuse Shard (Dropped) Master Rank 30% (50%)
flickering_silvershell-mhw-wiki-guide-smallFlickering Silvershell (Tail Carved) Master Rank 22% (27%)
bazelgeuse_hardclaw-mhw-wiki-guide-smallBazelgeuse Hardclaw (Dropped) Master Rank 17% (28%)
distilled_blast_fluid-mhw-wiki-guide-smallDistilled Blast Fluid Master Rank 13%
scorching_silverwing-mhw-wiki-guide-smallScorching Silverwing Master Rank 11%
bazelguese_flail-mhw-wiki-guide-smallBazelgeuse Flail (Tail Carved only) Master Rank 0% (70%)
vaal_hazak_gem-mhw-wiki-guideBazelgeuse Gem Master Rank 5%
bazelgeuse-mantle-mhw-wiki-guide-smallBazelgeuse Mantle (Tail Carved) Master Rank 2% (3%)

 

Seething Bazelgeuse Rewards

Rewards Frequency %
bazelgeuse_shard-mhw-wiki-guide-smallBazelgeuse Shard (Break Head) Master Rank 30% (32%)
flickering_silvershell-mhw-wiki-guide-smallFlickering Silvershell (Break Back) Master Rank 22%
bazelgeuse_hardclaw-mhw-wiki-guide-smallBazelgeuse Hardclaw (Break Wings) Master Rank 17% (35%)
distilled_blast_fluid-mhw-wiki-guide-smallDistilled Blast Fluid (Break Head/Back) Master Rank 13% (61% / 30%)
scorching_silverwing-mhw-wiki-guide-smallScorching Silverwing (Break Wings) Master Rank 11% (65%)
bazelguese_flail-mhw-wiki-guide-smallBazelgeuse Flail Master Rank 9%
vaal_hazak_gem-mhw-wiki-guideBazelgeuse Gem (Break Head) Master Rank 5% (5%)
bazelgeuse-mantle-mhw-wiki-guide-smallBazelgeuse Mantle (Break Head/Back) Master Rank 2% (2% / 1%)
dragonvein_solidbone-mhw-wiki-guide-smallDragonvein Solidbone Master Rank 37%
scorching-scale-mhw-wiki-guide-smallCrimson Blastscale Master Rank 63%
spiritvein-slogbone-mhw-wiki-guide-smallSpiritvein Solidbone Master Rank 36%
scorching-scale-mhw-wiki-guide-smallTempered Blastscale Master Rank 64%
great-spiritvein-gem-mhw-wiki-guideGreat Spiritvein Gem Master Rank 3%

Seething Bazelgeuse Weapons & Armor

Armor and Weapons related to the Seething Bazelgeuse Monster. These are unconfirmed and pre-release information for now!

Weapons

 

 

Armor

 

Notes & Trivia

  • It is known as "Explosive Scale Wyvern".
  • Seething Bazelgeuse replaces normal Bazelgeuse in Master Rank.
  • Seething Bazelgeuse sometimes emits a noise that is very reminiscent of an old Bomber Plane.

 

 

 

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    • Anonymous

      06 Aug 2020 08:18  

      Expect the Savage Devilhjo to stop by pick a fight. Bring plenty of dung pods if you don’t want him to stay.

      • Anonymous

        28 Jul 2020 03:13  

        I fought him many times and total failed attempts: 2, failed attempt 1: I fainted and everybody else did to, failed attempt 2: someone was still using Drachen amor and got one shot!

        • Anonymous

          28 Jul 2020 03:07  

          He is very beautiful and deadly but he ain't an invader so toned down the deadliness there. first time fighting him and seeing admiral behind me, me: WTF?! when i fought him he wasn't to hard but he still is more deadly than regular Bazelguese for me. But a very beautiful and and fun fight. Also one of the best armor sets againste Raging brachydios

          • Anonymous

            10 Jun 2020 10:17  

            Spent 70 minutes fighting it solo for the story quest using longsword; I reccomened using a bow since its flying around all the time; flashbugs; traps; it can runaway in expediation mode if you wake it from sleep, unlike other monsters this one will wake up and fly away, so you're better off trapping it/capturing it;

            • Anonymous

              01 May 2020 19:23  

              They took an already pretty fun fight and just double downed on the memes. He’s not very hard, but his divebomb super is probably the flashiest monster attack in the game. Total spectacle fight.

              • Anonymous

                23 Mar 2020 21:10  

                Actually kind of a laughable encounter. I play Chargeblade, nowhere near any decent set yet (just finished story), with Chrome Fortress III, elementless and a focus on crit. But no matter how you build, I think Seething is a joke. It was my 1st fight with it and went very well. Simple advice: 1. stay near its legs / under its belly where neither tail nor neck bombs can hurt you. Occassionally it will drop on its belly but with a huge telegraph so you cannot miss it. This is especially important during enrage. 2. Take max blastblight resistance and decent fire resist (at least 20 to become immune to blight) and you are fine. I have encountered far less 'dangerous' burst damage than with, to take an example at random, Brachydios. 3. Deviljho is nice to have but not necessary. Watch them massacre each other, collect the drops, if Bazel leaves all you gotta do is drop a smoke bomb and call your tail rider. No need to deal with Deviljho in any way. If you are lucky he will actually follow you (by chance) and f*cking do it again. 4. Chargeblade, Lance or anything with a shield is helpful in the rare situations when you cannot stay underneath Bazel and it does tailswipe or charges at you. I was very scared of this fight but it's kinda easy.

                • Anonymous

                  17 Feb 2020 15:31  

                  I don't know why but I've always loved Bazel because I keep thinking of a WWII bomber and the thought of fighting an airplane is hilarious, and now it's even more over the top. I love it

                  • Anonymous

                    12 Feb 2020 10:25  

                    Players: Bazel is one of the most annoying monster in MHW and even more annoying to farm. Capcom making IB: =DDD

                    • Anonymous

                      16 Jan 2020 02:48  

                      Just went in with a Velkh LS set and absolutely clapped this fool's cheeks like no tomorrow. 0 faints, all parts broken lol

                      • Anonymous

                        09 Nov 2019 05:54  

                        When searching the elders recess and before the fight with the monster, that guy says: I’ll leave this one to you! I’m like hell no I'm out of here!

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