This is a hunting guide for Tigrex, a Large Monster in Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise). Read on to learn Tigrex's weaknesses, forgeable weapons, forgeable armor, drops, and more!
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|Tigrex Guide||Tigrex Weapons||Tigrex Armor|
List of Contents
|Type||Flying Wyvern||Previous Games||MHF2, MHFU, MH4U, MHG, MHGU, MHWI|
|Threat Level||7/10||Rampage Type||Stalker|
|Major Weakness||Other Weakness|
|Blight / Elemental Damage||Abnormal Status||ー|
|Flying wyverns whose primitive origins are obvious. Prone to violence, they display incredible ferocity with their claws, jaws, and developed limbs. They inhabit a wide area searching for prey, and have even been spotted in regions of harsh cold.|
Bold are the recommended Weapon Type and Elemental Damage.
Higher numbers indicate higher potential damage to the monster.
The Tigrex's charge is swift, vicious, and far-reaching. During the hunt, keep to its side to stay outside its range; let it keep charging and eventually it will tire and slow down, opening itself up to your counterattack.
Status Effect Vulnerabilities
The more stars, the more advantageous it will be for the player.
|Pitfall Trap||Shock Trap||Flash Bomb|
|Sonic Bomb||Meat Effects||Dung Bomb|
◯ = Vulnerable; ✕ = Fully Resistant; ▲ = Situational
Red = Attack Increase, White = Movement Boost, Orange = Anti-knockback When Attacking
Break Tigrex's Forelegs
Stay Close to Tigrex's Underarm
Use the Quicksand in Sandy Plains
Lead Tigrex into Walls or Pillars
Anticipate Tigrex's Roars
Tigrex is highly mobile for its size, however, breaking Tigrex's forelegs will knock it over, giving hunters ample time to deal heavy damage. Broken forelegs also reduce the speed of Tigrex Rush and can even cause Tigrex to trip during the attack!
As with most Flying Wyverns, cutting Tigrex's tail reduces the effective range of its tail attacks, making the hunt easier overall.
Despite Tigrex's wild attacks, hunters that stay close to its underarms will find it rather easier to dodge most of its attacks compared to staying at mid range.
Baiting Tigrex into Quicksand in Sandy Plains gives you precious time to dish out your heaviest attacks. This is especially useful in situations in which you want to break the Forelegs or Head as fast as possible!
Hunters can take advantage of Tigrex Rush by leading Tigrex into walls or pillars where its maw will get stuck. This creates a great opening to unleash your strongest combos and attacks.
As previously mentioned, most of Tigrex's roars can inflict damage to anyone within range. We recommend that you try to dodge roars as much as possible! Tigrex is vulnerable during its roar animation — Dodging or blocking through it grants you another opportunity to deal damage for free.
|Tigrex Rush||Tigrex continuously dashes towards its target two to three times before stopping.|
|Leap Attack||Leaps high into the air before slamming down towards its target.|
|Tail Attacks||Use its long tail to deal damage and knock hunters down.|
|Bite Attacks||Tigrex uses its massive jaw to bite anyone directly in front of it.|
|Boulder Hurl||Tigrex pushes the ground in front of it with one of its massive forelegs.|
|Tigrex's Roar||Holds its head high with both forelegs upfront then roars. Can deal damage when close by.|
Tigrex tenses up before springing forward, continuously dashing towards its target two to three times before stopping. It is important to note that Tigrex may prematurely end this attack if the first charge connects to its target. Tigrex can also follow-up with either a Tail Spin or Double Chomp immediately after the final charge.
It is best to sheathe your weapon when attempting to dodge as Tigrex can easily change direction and is especially fast when enraged.
Tigrex leaps high into the air before slamming down towards its target. This attack usually happens whenever there is a considerable amount of distance between Tigrex and its possible targets.
Tigrex can use its long tail to deal damage and knock unsuspecting hunters down.
Tigrex spins in place, flinging its tail in the immediate area and launching anyone caught in the attack. It is important to note that Tigrex's head and arms also deal damage during the spin.
Tigrex can also swing its tail twice from side to side, dealing damage to anyone caught behind it.
Tigrex uses its massive jaw to bite anyone directly in front of it. These attacks deal high damage and can knock you off your feet — Always be mindful of your positioning!
Tigrex performs a simple and quick chomp with its massive jaw towards the target.
Tigrex performs two quick bites in a narrow cone in front of it. Dealing damage to anyone in its way.
Tigrex pushes the ground in front of it with one of its massive forelegs. This flings three large boulders in a wide cone towards the target. Always be ready to dodge or block this attack!
Tigrex's roar deals damage to anyone that is too close. Earplugs also do not work so keep away or guard when it is about to roar. Tigrex usually holds its head high with both forelegs supporting its body when it is about to roar so be mindful of this!
|Map||Starting Area||Visited Areas||Rest Area|
|Frost Islands||8 / 9||3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10||5|
|Sandy Plains||6 / 7 / 10||5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 / 11 / 12||12|
|Lava Caverns||10||3 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 10 / 11 / 12 / 14||10|
|Quest Type||Lvl||Quest Name|
|Hub Quest||★3||Beastly Chaos|
A Friend in Need |
|Village Quest||★6||King of the Sky, Bane of the Land|
|Village Quest||★6||Thundering Voice|
|Tigrex Tail||80% (Tail)|
|Tigrex Scale+||42% (Body), 15% (Tail)|
|Tigrex Claw+||30% (Body)|
|Tigrex Carapace||18% (Body)|
|Tigrex Scalp||7% (Body)|
|Wyvern Gem||5% (Tail)|
|Tigrex Maw||3% (Body)|
|Tigrex Scale+||16% (x2)|
|Tigrex Claw+||80% (Claw x2)|
|Tigrex Fang+||60% (Head x2)|
|Tigrex Scale+||20% (Claw)|
|Tigrex Carapace||17% (Head)|
|Tigrex Scalp||15% (Head)|
|Tigrex Maw||8% (Head)|
|Tigrex Claw||80% (Claw x2)|
|Tigrex Fang||60% (Head x2)|
|Tigrex Shell||28% (Head)|
|Tigrex Scale||20% (Claw)|
|Tigrex Scalp||12% (Head)|
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