Uragaan

Uragaan large monster hunter world mhw

Enemy Type Large Monsters
Elements mhw fire damage sFire
Ailments SleepSleep
mhw fire damage sFireblight
Weakness mhw water elemental damage sWater (⭐⭐⭐)
mhw ice damage sIce (⭐⭐)
mhw dragon damage sDragon (⭐⭐)
Resistances mhw fire damage sFire
Locations Elder's Recess
Tempered Lv. 2

Uragaan is a Large Monster in Monster Hunter World (MHW). ウラガンキン (爆鎚竜) in Japanese. Uragaan loves munching on rocks, using its strong jaws to turn solid stone into dust. To take Uragaan down, aim for its head and underbelly, using water, ice, or dragon attacks. Break its back, cut off its tail, and you'll have a better shot at success. Just watch out for its explosive drops that can create shockwaves, and be mindful of its vulnerability to poison and stun effects

 

 Large Brute Wyverns that feed on ore, using their mighty jaws to crush solid rock to powder. They've been known to confront Lavasioths over territory disputes

Uragaan Details & Locations

  • Found in: Elder's Recess
  • Target of Quests: Ore-eating Occupier, A Fiery Convergence, Special Arena: HR Uragaan
  • Is immediately hostile at ?? range
  • Attacks other monsters: Yes
  • Sizes:  1811.59 ~ 2511.53
  • Species: Brute Wyverns
  • HP:
    • High Rank: ~8,686(Solo), ~12,900(Duo), ~19,264(3 or 4 players)
    • Master Rank:~27,520(Solo), ~44,246(Duo), ~66,048(3 or 4 players)

 

Uragaan Combat Info

  • Elemental damages:mhw fire damage sFire. Causes mhw fire damage s Fireblight
  • Weak to mhw water elemental damage sWater and secondarily to mhw ice damage sIce and mhw dragon damage sDragon
  • Hunters should aim for its weak spots: head and underbelly
  • Hunters can also break and mine its back, as well as cut off the monster's tail.
  • This monster is susceptible to mhw poison status effect sPoison and stun iconStun
  • Uragaan drops small explosives that detonate over time. Hitting them detonates them and Uragaan can create shockwaves to detonate them as well.
  • Uragaan shakes and emits small jets of vapor underneath its body preemptively, and then releases a plume around itself that afflicts the player. Can emit either fireblight or sleep vapor.
  • After roaring, Uragaan can immediately slam it's jaw down, highly advised against frontal assault.
  • A crushing slam from the Uragaan's jaw can send shockwaves across the ground, detonating any explosive rocks in the area.
    • Jaw slams can stagger you if you're near it but didn't get hit by it, leaving you vulnerable to other attacks. Tremor Resistance can mitigate or negate this.
  • In addition, when Uragaan is toppled, its body can be mined for ore. This can be done any time it is toppled.
  • Master Rank Changes
    • Even for a Master Rank Monster, Uragaan has an enormous healthpool
    • While Rolling, Uragaan may crush one of its Balls beneath it to coat itself in flames
    • This will also cause nearby Balls to explode if Uragaan comes near them
    • Uragaan seems to roll longer with a tighter turn radius.

 

Uragaan Combat Guide

To take down the Uragaan in Monster Hunter World, start by gearing up with armor that has high thunder resistance to withstand its electric attacks. Equip a water or ice element weapon for better effectiveness against its tough hide. Ensure you have a well-stocked inventory with Mega Potions, Max Potions, Ancient Potions, Antidotes, Mega Barrel Bombs, and a Shock Trap. These items will help you stay healthy, counter status effects, and deal powerful blows. Use Mantles and Boosters strategically; the Health Booster keeps you healthy, and Temporal/Rocksteady Mantles enhance your mobility and defense.

Head to the Elder's Recess for the hunt. Approach cautiously, watching out for explosive rocks on Uragaan's back. Aim for its sides to trigger explosions, but be cautious of its body slams. Stay alert for Uragaan's earthquake move; keep a safe distance and roll away if caught in the tremors. Target Uragaan's tail, a vulnerable spot that weakens the monster when severed. Watch out for Uragaan's explosive bombs and roll to put out flames if caught. Drop Health Boosters strategically for continuous health advantage and lead Uragaan near its explosives for extra damage.

Take advantage of moments when Uragaan is down or distracted. Deploy Barrel Bombs or unleash powerful attacks for maximum damage. If Basil Geese shows up, let them clash with Uragaan for extra damage. Be ready for Uragaan's sleep gas attacks with Herbal Medicine or antidotes. When Uragaan limps, decide whether to capture using Shock Traps and Tranq Bombs or finish it off for a memorable victory.

Focus on Uragaan's weaknesses to Water, Ice, and Dragon damage, targeting its head and underbelly. Break and mine its back, and cut off the tail for additional rewards. Be aware of Master Rank changes, like Uragaan's increased health and ability to coat itself in flames while rolling. Adjust your strategy to emerge victorious over this mighty monster.

 

Uragaan Weaknesses

Each ⭐star shown below represents more weakness to each ailment

Ailment mhw poison status effect s sleep mhw status effect wiki paralysis icon Blastblight stun icon
Weakness Level ⭐⭐⭐ ⭐⭐ ⭐⭐ ⭐⭐⭐

 

Each ⭐star shown below represents more weakness to each damage type

Weak Point great sword mhw smalls hammer mhw smalls normal ammo mhw wiki
Head (Breakable) ⭐⭐⭐ ⭐⭐⭐ ⭐⭐⭐
Belly (Weakpoint) ⭐⭐ ⭐⭐ ⭐⭐
Tail (Severable)      

 

Detailed weakness information(Legend Explanation: here)

Master Rank:

uragaan hzv1 min

High Rank:

hr uragaan hzv1 min

Credits to AsteriskAmpersand, Deathcream and MoonBunnie.

 

Uragaan High Rank Carves

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

Uragaan Carves

Carves Frequency
uragaan carapace small mhw wiki guideUragaan Carapace High Rank⭐⭐⭐⭐
uragaan scale plus small mhw wiki guideUragaan Scale + (dropped) High Rank⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
uragaan scute small mhw wiki guideUragaan Scute (break back, carve tail) High Rank⭐⭐⭐⭐
uragaan marrow small mhw wiki guideUragaan Marrow High Rank⭐⭐⭐
Uragaan Ruby (break back, cut tail) High Rank⭐
uragaan jaw small mhw wiki guideUragaan Jaw (break head) High Rank⭐⭐
uragaan cortex mhw wiki guideUragaan Cortex Master Rank
Uragaan Shard Master Rank
uragaan scute small mhw wiki guideUragaan Scute+ (Break Back - Tail Carved) Master Rank
uragaan marrow small mhw wiki guideUragaan Marrow Master Rank

 

Uragaan Rewards

Rewards Frequency
uragaan carapace small mhw wiki guideUragaan Carapace High Rank⭐⭐⭐⭐
uragaan scale plus small mhw wiki guideUragaan Scale + High Rank⭐⭐⭐⭐
uragaan scute small mhw wiki guideUragaan Scute High Rank⭐⭐⭐
uragaan marrow small mhw wiki guideUragaan Marrow High Rank⭐⭐
monster hardbone small mhw wiki guideMonster Hardbone High Rank⭐⭐⭐
inferno sac small mhw wiki guideInferno Sac High Rank⭐⭐⭐
firecell stone small mhw wiki guideFirecell Stone High Rank⭐⭐
uragaan cortex mhw wiki guideUragaan Cortex Master Rank
Uragaan Shard Master Rank
uragaan scute small mhw wiki guideUragaan Scute+ (Break Back - Tail Carved) Master Rank
uragaan marrow small mhw wiki guideUragaan Marrow Master Rank
contingent sac mhw wiki guide smallConflagrant Sac Master Rank
heavy dragonvein bone mhw wiki guide smallHeavy Dragonvein Bone Master Rank⭐⭐⭐
heavy dragonvein bone mhw wiki guide smallHeavy Dragonvein Bone Master Rank⭐⭐
metallic scute mhw wiki guideMetallic Scute Master Rank⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Spiritvein Solidbone Master Rank⭐⭐⭐⭐
uragaan scute small mhw wiki guideTempered Scute Master Rank⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
spiritvein gem shard mhw wiki guide smallSpiritvein Gem Master Rank⭐⭐

 

Uragaan Weapons & Armor

Armor and Weapons related to the Uragaan Monster.

Weapons

 

Armor

 

Notes & Trivia

  • Lava Nuggets and Firecell Stones can be harvested from Uragaan's back and belly when toppled
  • These monsters are from the Brute Wyverns species
  • These monsters are ??? big
  • Can be lured with ??
  • Camouflage works until ?? range
  • Uragaan is known as the "Burst Hammer Wyvern"


 

 

 

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    • Anonymous

      Hello!

      The article says: "To take down the Uragaan in Monster Hunter World, start by gearing up with armor that has high thunder resistance to withstand its electric attacks."

      I don't believe this is correct, could someone check please?

      • Anonymous

        I highly recommend using poison damage: even my crappy pukei pukei weapon mid way through MR can kill him in 20 minutes and I didn't play well.

        • Anonymous

          The ugliest monster in the series. And also one of the most unfair. His rolling is pure random garbage, most of the time he will hit you 100% no matter what you do. Its drifts are the envy of Dominic Toretto, we don't even talk about the absurd damage. Not to mention that aesthetically he is a giant rock pe**s with a scrotum as chin. I don't know who is the imb**ile who conceived such an atrocity, but I hope he has now lost his job and is living under a bridge, living by fishing sewer rats.

          • Anonymous

            Oh one more thing!
            It tends to get messier when he has a turf war against brachy try to stand far away from them until they ll do their thang for those coming fresh to iceborne Uragaan has nothing to do with his HR counterpart ive tryed the poison tactics his rolls become less dangerous and less repetetive but itll be harder to soften his parts guess there is a price for every advantage!
            Just prepare yourself for a long fight againt this bomberchin !

            • Anonymous

              yet again master rank ruins a perfectly good monster by adding one new move that it literally spams non-stop. I would be so happy with this monster if he didn't constantly do his flame roll, sometimes more than 6 times. It does monstrous damage and by the time you recover from being hit the first time you get hit by his next pass. His flameballs also do WAY more damage

              • Anonymous

                Since when Uragaan is hostile at any range other than the very first instance we meet it? I have never been attacked by one in expeditions unless I start the fight with it.

                • Anonymous

                  Might be just a coincindence, but "Uragaan" sounds close to Russian "Ураган" which means "hurricane".

                  • Anonymous

                    Why do they have to introduce this monster like we have to hunt it. I put it to its final phase and then it disappeared from the map. Cost me 10 potions and 6 mega potions.

                    • Anonymous

                      Yo for real, f**k this fight, he goes from doing these slow but powerful chin slams and then all the sudden he's rolling around the area and spewing out lava balls, and it only gets worse in MR. Thankfully the crystalburst help slightly to deal with his BS.

                      • Anonymous

                        if Tigrex can kill a radobaan easily than how about this guy? probably harder since has hard skin and bombs

                        • Anonymous

                          What ailment its "spray" is depends on whether or not it's enraged. If it's enraged, it will spray fire, but if not, it sprays sleep gas. Pretty easy to not get caught in either way, though.

                          • My previous comment on fighting this boi was back when I was a cheap fukk who didn't have iceborne, that info does NOT apply to MR I'm afraid, I'll update it when I hunt this lad a couple times.

                            • Tbh, he's not much harder than his bone zone cousin. his head slam attacks are annoying, but are manageable. His explosives, while damaging, are easy to avoid with decent awareness. Stay by his tail, cut it off and break the face.

                              • Anonymous

                                Has anyone had any luck getting the Pallium from master rank? I see it's not listed and I've done 15+ runs. Wish I had one more celestial ticket...

                                • Anonymous

                                  I'm not 100% on this, but I think the uragaan's equilibrium can be thrown out of whack if it's poisoned. Sometimes it would do its roll attack but couldn't get all the way around.

                                  • Anonymous

                                    When I got caught in its sleep gas, it gave me a weird ailment that caused a Deviljho that I was fleeing from chase me ALL around the F****ING map

                                    • Anonymous

                                      This set lack a Lance, Gunlance and Sword & Shield matching weapons. Its truly a shame those weapons arent included in the game.

                                      • Anonymous

                                        I say that knocking him down is a high priority. Because once you do you can mine ore off either his back or belly. Quite convenient and gives special items only he can drop.

                                        • Anonymous

                                          When they say "head" they basically mean "eyes". His chin isn't weak obviously, nor are his "horns". That leaves pretty much just his eyes vulnerable.

                                          • Anonymous

                                            Just curious, why does Uragaan have a gem? What makes him so special. If anything, Lavasioth is harder/more threatening, and 2 important monsters don't have a gem. Diablos, and kirin. Both the only apex predators/ elder dragons that don't have gems. So why exactly does Uragaan get one, when he's just a normal monster?

                                            • Anonymous

                                              If you make him hit his chin on an explosive it becomes less hardened so you can hit it with normal attacks.

                                              • Anonymous

                                                So I found out when you knock him down and he's flailing around, the backside becomes a mining node. You just get random ores from that zone, no monster material. Kinda neat.

                                                • Anonymous

                                                  It gets hella scary when he starts rolling around at the speed of sound. I set up a trap when he starts doing that hoping he hits the trap. It works at stopping him

                                                  • Anonymous

                                                    You know Arena kinda hates you when they put this guy and a Radobaan in the same field and tell you to have fun.

                                                    • Anonymous

                                                      I don't think Uragaan is too bad in World, because in World they introduced the Radobaan, who more or less trains you for how to deal with the Uragaan, if you are really struggling with the Uragaan, go kill Radobaan a bunch of times, then come back and adapt what you learned there.

                                                      • Anonymous

                                                        My favorite part was when it rolled around for 20 minutes then stopped dead and instantly accelerated to the speed of light and turning me into paste with no telegraph or warning it was great

                                                        • Anonymous

                                                          The only thing I don't like about the fight is it's ridiculous hit boxs when guarding against it's rolls, still somehow damages ya from behind, such bull*****and it doesn't help whem it spams rolls when it's at it's nest like a dumbass. Just... why?!?!

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