|Enemy Type||Large Monsters|
|Ailments||Iceblight (in Hoarfrost Reach)
Waterblight (on watery Terrain)
Fireblight (on lava terrain)
Effluvial Buildup (on effluvial terrain)
A flying wyvern straight out of prehistory, known for its deafening roar and powerful legs that drive its overwhelming charge."
Tigrex Details & Locations
- Found in: All Biomes.
- Target of Quests: Absolute Power, The Purr-fect Room: Stone, A Roar that Shook the Vale, Runnin', Rollin', and Weepin'
- Is hostile at long range; will roar as a warning before attacking.
- Has Turf Wars with: Rathalos, Azure Rathalos, Glavenus, Acidic Glavenus, Odogaron, Ebony Odogaron Brachydios, Fulgur Anjanath.
- Size: 1710.02 ~ 2914.80
- Species: Flying Wyverns.
- HP: ~19,200(Solo), ~30,869(Duo), ~46080(3 or 4 players)
Tigrex Combat Info
Returning Flying Wyvern characterized by its powerful attacks, this monster takes the role of a powerful predator, overpowering its prey with absolute power.
- Kinsect Extract:
- Red: Head.
- Orange: Body/Hindlegs.
- White: Wings.
- Green: Tail
- Enraged mode: Eyes and forefeet glow red. Will jump back, and then roar.
- The roar it uses that shows it entering enraged mode deals damage and pushes back, but has less range than a classic roar.
Tigrex has a variety of moves, but the one you will see most often is the charge.
Tigrex simply barrels forward, After it completes a charge, it may turn and charge you again.
While calm, it will charge up to four times, ending in a finisher.
While enraged, it may charge up to four times, ending in a finisher.
As a finisher, Tigrex can perform either a bite or spin attack
To best avoid the charge, run away perpendicular to Tigrex's charge. While Tigrex is turning, try to gain some distance from it and then repeat.
When its slowing down, either run away or get ready to dodge the finisher.
You may also Flash Pod Tigrex out of the charge, but their effectiveness will decrease with each consecutive use.
Baiting Tigrex to charge into the ice pillars in the hoarfrost reach or the rock pillars in the Wildspire waste will result in it getting stuck, providing a short damage opportunity. Watch out though as the pillar will shatter once Tigrex breaks free, potentially flinching you.
- Stamina thief is a good skill for this fight because Tigrex tires easily
Each ⭐star shown below represents more weakness to each ailment
Detailed weakness information(Legend Explanation: here)
Credits to AsteriskAmpersand, Deathcream and MoonBunnie.
Tigrex Master Rank Carves
Defeating this monster allows the player to carve the following items:
|Tigrex Cortex||Master Rank ⭐⭐⭐⭐||26%|
|Tigrex Shard (Dropped)||Master Rank ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐||35% (50%)|
|Tigrex Hardclaw||Master Rank ⭐⭐⭐⭐||21%|
|Tigrex Hardfang (Dropped)||Master Rank ⭐⭐⭐||16% (28%)|
|Tigrex Lash (Only on Tail)||Master Rank⭐⭐⭐||72%|
|Tigrex Mantle (Tail Carve)||Master Rank ⭐||2% (3%)|
|Tigrex Cortex||Master Rank ⭐⭐⭐⭐||26%|
|Tigrex Shard (Break Foreclaws)||Master Rank ⭐⭐⭐⭐||35% (25%)|
|Tigrex Hardclaw (Break Foreclaws)||Master Rank ⭐⭐⭐||21% (75%)|
|Tigrex Lash (Tail Carved)||Master Rank ⭐⭐||9%|
|Tigrex Hardfang (Break Head)||Master Rank ⭐⭐⭐||16% (63%)|
|Monster Slogbone||Master Rank ⭐⭐⭐||18%|
|Heavy Dragonvein Bone||Master Rank ⭐||63%|
|Strongman's Jaw||Master Rank ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐||37%|
|Spiritvein Solidbone||Master Rank ⭐⭐⭐⭐||30%|
|Tempered Jaw||Master Rank ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐||61%|
|Spiritvein Gem||Master Rank ⭐⭐||9%|
Tigrex Weapons & Armor
Armor and Weapons related to the Tigrex Monster.
Notes & Trivia
- It first appeared in Monster Hunter 2.
- It is known as the "Roaring Wyvern".
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