Great Izuchi Guide: Weakness, Armor, Drops, and Weapons | Monster Hunter Rise | MHR (MH Rise)

Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise) - Great Izuchi Guide

This is a hunting guide for Great Izuchi, a Large Monster in Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise). Read on to learn Great Izuchi's weaknesses, forgeable weapons, forgeable armor, drops, and more!

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Great Izuchi Hunter Notes

Great Izuchi
Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise) - Great Izuchi New Monster
Type Bird Wyvern
Threat Level 1/10 Rampage Type MH Rise - Stalker Rampage TypeStalker
Major Weakness Other Weakness
Blight / Elemental Damage Abnormal Status
The alpha Izuchi of its pack, identified by its larger build, upended white fur and scythe-like tail. A Great Izuchi forms a herd of many smaller Izuchi and selects two from the group to accompany it on territory patrols. Once it spots prey or senses danger, the Great Izuchi issues commands to their fellow Izuchi, and coordinates their movements. Take care that you don't get overwhelmed.

Great Izuchi Weakness and Resistance

MH Rise - Slash Damage MH Rise - Blunt Damage MH Rise - Bullet Damage MH Rise - Fire Damage
61 61 56 11
MH Rise - Water Damage MH Rise - Thunder Damage MH Rise - Ice Damage MH Rise - Dragon Damage
13 20 11 5

Bold are the recommended Weapon Type and Elemental Damage.

Great Izuchi Weapon Damage Breakdown

Part Sever Symbol (MH Rise).png Blunt Symbol (MH Rise).png Ammo Symbol (MH Rise).png
Head 80 80 75
Torso 45 45 40
Foreleg 50 50 55
Tail 55 50 35
Tail Tip 75 80 75
Overall 61 61 56

Great Izuchi Elemental Weakness Breakdown

Part Fire Symbol (MH Rise).png Water Symbol (MH Rise).png Thunder Element (MH Rise).png Ice Element (MH Rise).png Dragon Element (MH Rise).png
Head 10 20 25 10 5
Torso 10 10 15 10 5
Foreleg 10 10 15 10 0
Tail 10 10 20 10 5
Tail Tip 15 15 25 15 10
Overall 11 13 20 11 5

Higher numbers indicate higher potential damage to the monster.

Great Izuchi Hunting Tips

MH Rise - Great Izuchi

Their razor-sharp tail attacks in combination with their synchronicity make them a force to be reckoned with. Take out their leader to send the herd into disarray and pick them off easily.

Status Effect Vulnerabilities

Poison Stun Paralysis Sleep
★★★ ★★ ★★★ ★★★
Blast Exhaust Fireblight Waterblight
★★ ★★★
Thunderblight Iceblight

If an ailment has more stars it means that it has better effectiveness.

Item Vulnerabilities

Pitfall Trap Shock Trap Flash Bomb
Sonic Bomb Meat Effects Dung Bomb

◯ = Vulnerable; ✕ = Fully Resistant; ▲ = Situational

Kinsect Extracts

Monster Part Extract
Head Orange Extract
Torso White Extract
Foreleg White Extract
Tail Red Extract
Tail Tip Red Extract

Red = Attack Increase, White = Movement Boost, Orange = Anti-knockback When Attacking

Kinsect Extract Guide

Great Izuchi Locations

Great Izuchi Known Habitat

Map Starting Area Visited Areas Rest Area
Shrine Ruins.pngShrine Ruins 7 / 8 / 9 3 / 4 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 3
Frost Islands.pngFrost Islands 2 / 4 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 9 5

Great Izuchi Quest Appearances

Low Rank
High Rank
Quest Type Lvl Quest Name
Event Quest ★1 Bird Wyverns of Ruin?
Hub Quest ★1 Jumped in the Frost Islands
(Key Quest)
Urgent Village Quest ★2 Great Izuchi, Great Pain
Village Quest ★5 Special License Quest 2
Quest Type Lvl Quest Name
Hub Quest ★4 The Swirling Gale
(Key Quest)
Hub Quest ★4 Honing your Hunting Horn

How to Beat Great Izuchi

Check IconKill the Smaller Izuchis First
Check IconOpen to Attacks After The Tail Slam
Check IconWill Topple Over with Enough Damage

Kill the Smaller Izuchis First

MH Rise - Slay small Izuchi first to defeat Great Izuchi faster

We suggest killing off the two smaller Izuchis before focusing on Great Izuchi. These two will always mimic Great Izuchi so removing them from the equation can make your hunt easier. Gunners can make quick work of these small monsters while Blademasters can fill up their gauges before fighting the bigger Great Izuchi.

The Izuchis will respawn after some time when Great Izuchi releases summoning howl when it needs help.

Open to Attacks After The Tail Slam

MH Rise - Great Izuchi stuck after a Tail Slam attack

The tail of this monster will get stuck to the ground after a tail slam so it will be open for attacks! Use this opportunity to dish out powerful moves - just make sure you avoid that tail slam first!

Dodge left or right to avoid tail slams

Dodging left or right to avoid tail slams is the more ideal strategy as this gives you ample time to reposition for a counterattack.

Will Topple Over with Enough Damage

MH Rise - After taking substantial damage Great Izuchi will topple over

The Great Izuchi will go down after receiving a certain amount of damage much like its old-world counterpart, the Great Jaggi. It will ragdoll away from the hunter so use wirebugs to dash towards it and save time then dish out your most powerful moves!

Great Izuchi Attack Patterns

Name Description
Tri-Rush Attack Rush to the hunter while doing scratch attacks together with its smaller companions.
Scratch Attack A normal scratch attack. Could be stationary or done while rushing towards target.
Tail Slam Swings tail vertically and slams it to the ground.
Tail Sweep A 180° tail sweep attack.
Consecutive Tail Spin
A three consecutive spinning tail attack.
Spit Attack A long range attack where Great Izuchi regurgitates saliva with rocks in it.

Tri-Rush Attack

MH Rise - Great Izuchi Tri Rush Attack

The Great Izuchi can launch a rush attack forward together with its Izuchi companions. Because their bodies are lined up side-by-side, it could be quite difficult to avoid. Try using Wire Dash to quickly evade!

Scratch Attack

MH Rise Great Izuchi Scratch Attack

Great Izuchi bares its claws forward usually rushing towards its target or in a stationary position. Roll sideways to dodge!

Tail Slam Attack

MH Rise - Great Izuchi Tail Slam attack

Great Izuchi attacks by slamming its tail vertically in a straight line. Take note that smaller Izuchis will also similarly swing their tail! Evade to the side (left or right) or counterattack with wirebug moves!

Tail Sweep Attack

MH Rise - Great Izuchi Tail Sweep attack

This move is pretty quick so it can catch hunters sleeping. This is a staple move from this monster so try avoiding camping at his tail!

Consecutive Tail Spin

MH Rise - Great Izuchi Consecutive Tail Spin

Great Izuchi can execute a tailspin attack three times! Most hunters usually let their guard down after the first or second spin which leads to them receiving big damage. Whenever you see a spin attack, do not risk it - hold and wait if Great Izuchi will execute two more spin attacks. Sheathe your weapon or use wirebugs to evade quickly!

Long Sword stops this attack

MH Rise - Do the Serene Pose to stop Great Izuchi

Using a Long Sword and doing the Silkbind Attack Serene Pose can stop the Great Izuchi from swinging!

Spit Attack

MH Rise - Great Izuchi Spit Attack

Great Izuchi spits saliva with rocks to its target. It is slow moving but it can be hard to tell when Great Izuchi is going to use it. Keep an eye out when Great Izuchi is in a distance that is when he usually does the Spit Attack.

Great Izuchi Materials and Drops

High Rank Great Izuchi Materials

Broken Parts
Material Drop Rate
Great Izuchi Hide+ 44% (Body)
Great Izuchi Pelt+ 35% (Body)
Screamer Sac 20% (Body x2)
Bird Wyvern Gem 1% (Body)
Material Drop Rate
Great Izuchi Tail+ 80% (Tail)
Screamer Sac 65% (Body x2)
Great Izuchi Pelt+ 32% (Head)
Great Izuchi Hide+ 20% (Tail)
Bird Wyvern Gem 3% (Head)

Low Rank Great Izuchi Materials

Broken Parts
Material Drop Rate
Great Izuchi Pelt 39%
Great Izuchi Hide 26%
Screamer Sac 20% (x2)
Great Izuchi Tail 15%
Material Drop Rate
Great Izuchi Tail 80% (Tail)
Screamer Sac 70% (Head)
Great Izuchi Pelt 30% (Head)
Great Izuchi Hide 20% (Tail)

Great Izuchi Dropped Materials

High Rank
Low Rank
Material Drop Rate
Wyvern Tear 30%
Great Izuchi Hide+ 29%, 60%
Large Wyvern Tear 20%
Great Izuchi Pelt+ 20%, 40%
Bird Wyvern Gem 1%
Material Drop Rate
Wyvern Tear 50%
Great Izuchi Hide 30%, 60%
Great Izuchi Pelt 20%, 40%

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