Tigrex

tigrex-large-monster-icerborne-mhw-wiki-guide
Enemy Type Large Monsters
Species Flying Wyverns
Elements None
Ailments iceblight-status-effect-mhw_sIceblight
 (on icy terrain)
waterblight-status-effect-mhw_sWaterblight (on water terrain)
Weakness mhw-thunder-damageThunder (⭐⭐⭐)
mhw-dragon-damageDragon  (⭐⭐)
Resistances

mhw-water-elemental-damage Water (⭐)

mhw-ice-damage_sIce (⭐)

mhw-fire-damageFire (X)

Location(s) Rotten Vale 
Hoarfrost Reach 
Ancient Forest 
Wildspire Wastes 
Coral Highlands 
Elder's Recess
Tempered Lv. ??

Tigrex is a Large Monster in Monster Hunter World (MHW). ティガレックス (Tigarekkusu) in Japanese. It was added with the Iceborne Expansion on Sept 6th 2019. 

 

A flying wyvern straight out of prehistory, known for its deafening roar and powerful legs that drive its overwhelming charge." 

Tigrex Details & Locations

 

Tigrex Combat Info

Returning Flying Wyvern characterized by its powerful attacks. Since this is a prominent monster, we expect to see it after some initial introductions to the area, and likely as a predator hunting other monsters.

  • Deals physical damage.
  • Weak to mhw-thunder-damageThunder andmhw-dragon-damageDragon 
  • Resistant to mhw-water-elemental-damage_sWater andmhw-ice-damage_sIce 
  • Immune to mhw-fire-damageFire
  • Inflicts different status ailments with chunks of debris it flings, depending on the terrain the debris came from:
  • Kinsect Extract:
    • Red: Head, Neck
    • Orange: Legs, Body
    • White: Wings
    • Green: Tail
  • Enraged mode: Eyes and forefeet glow red
    • The roar at the start of this mode can inflict damage to players, but only if they are within a close range in front of the monster.
  • You can obtain a Shiny Drops by attacking ??
  • Tips and notes go here

 

Tigrex 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 Damage Needed
Head (Breakable) ⭐⭐⭐ ⭐⭐⭐ ⭐⭐⭐ ??
Forelegs (Breakable) ⭐⭐⭐ ⭐⭐⭐ ⭐⭐ ??
Tail (Severable) ⭐⭐⭐ ⭐⭐ ⭐⭐ ??

 

In-game weakness information

tigrex-weakness-mhw-wiki-guide

 

Tigrex Low and High Rank Carves

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

Tigrex Carves

Carves Frequency %
tigrex_cortex-mhw-wiki-guideTigrex Cortex Master Rank ⭐⭐⭐⭐  
tigrex_shard-mhw-wiki-guideTigrex Shard (Dropped) Master Rank ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐  
tigrex_hardfang-mhw-wiki-guideTigrex Hardclaw (Break Forelegs) Master Rank ⭐⭐⭐⭐  
tigrex_hardfang-mhw-wiki-guideTigrex Hardfang (Break Head) Master Rank ⭐⭐⭐  
Tigrex Mantle (Break Head - Tail Carved) Master Rank ⭐  

 

Tigrex Rewards

Rewards Frequency %
tigrex_cortex-mhw-wiki-guideTigrex Cortex Master Rank ⭐⭐⭐⭐  
tigrex_shard-mhw-wiki-guideTigrex Shard (Dropped) Master Rank ⭐⭐⭐⭐  
tigrex_hardfang-mhw-wiki-guideTigrex Hardclaw (Break Forelegs) Master Rank ⭐⭐⭐  
tigrex_lash-mhw-wiki-guideTigrex Lash (Tail Carved) Master Rank ⭐⭐  
tigrex_hardfang-mhw-wiki-guideTigrex Hardfang (Break Head) Master Rank ⭐⭐⭐  
monster-slogbone-mhw-wiki-guide-smallMonster Slogbone Master Rank ⭐⭐⭐  
heavy_dragonvein_bone-mhw-wiki-guide-smallHeavy Dragonvein Bone Master Rank ⭐  
strongmans_jaw-mhw-wiki-guide-smallStrongman's Jaw Master Rank ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐  
Spiritvein Solidbone Master Rank ⭐⭐⭐⭐  
tempered-jaw-mhw-wiki-guide-smallTempered Jaw Master Rank ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐  
spiritvein-gem-shard-mhw-wiki-guide-smallSpiritvein Gem Master Rank ⭐⭐  

Tigrex Weapons & Armor

Armor and Weapons related to the Tigrex Monster.

Weapons

Armor

 

Notes & Trivia

  • Can be lured with ??
  • Camouflage works until ?? range
  • It first appeared in Monster Hunter 2.
  • It is known as the "Roaring Wyvern".

 

 

 

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    • Anonymous

      31 Oct 2019 14:00  

      I'm trying to fight tigrex with a switch axe and a friend of mine is using a longsword. How should we tackle this beast?

      • Anonymous

        18 Oct 2019 02:22  

        Why is Tigex autistic in world? I mean, think about it, mouth breathing, random screaming, ramming himself into things like an idiot,. Tigrex has autism

        • Anonymous

          09 Oct 2019 04:54  

          Man, I want to love this monster, I really do. It has such a great design, and that damaging roar is incredibly unique, yet it never seems to use this trademark skill. Instead I’m just left playing a glorified game of tag, chasing after the thing as it runs around. There’s an agile, lithe monster, and then there’s this. Potential to be a great on your toes fight, instead feels like a chore. Poor Tigrex. Least he’s got a great, well, everything else! Theme, physical design, I love everything about Tigrex except the run spam. Rather be curb-stomped by a new feature than annoyed by one we’ve already seen.

          • Anonymous

            06 Oct 2019 08:31  

            Is he supposed to have unlimited stamina, i never got more than 1 hit with any weapon in the gaps of his attacks and he never got exhausted, this guy is bs

            • Anonymous

              24 Sep 2019 04:38  

              *****ing SOMEHOW, while farming for the last required mats for Tigrine Need, i got MORE MANTLES than Cortex. I dont need Mantles, I need Cortex

              • Anonymous

                15 Sep 2019 05:39  

                The Monster Hunter Stamina Test is a multi-zone stamina capacity test that gets progressively more difficult as it continues. The full canteen benefit test begins in 20 seconds. Line up at area 6. The stamina decrease starts at Wiggly Litchi but will slowly progress to Waterblight each minute after you hear this signal. *Deafening roar.* Stamina should be recharged by the time you hear this signal. *Wild screech.* Remember to dodge in the correct direction as Tigrex may block a direction entirely. The test ends once you get stunlocked into hell three times. The test will commence at “Quest Start.” Ready, set, Quest Start! SCREEEEEEEE-

                • Anonymous

                  27 Jun 2019 19:36  

                  Reminder that the canon pronunciation of Tigrex is "TEE-grex," not "TYE-grex." The developers and Handler say so. This reveals that the first half of Tigrex's name is Spanish in origin, not English. "Tigre" (TEE-gray) is Spanish for tiger. I believe that if the first half of the name WAS English in origin, the name of this monster would be "Tigerex." A single "e" can make a huge difference.

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