Izuchi - Basic Information | Monster Hunter Rise | MHR (MHRise)

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Curious about the small monsters in Monster Hunter Rise (MHRise), particularly the Izuchi? Read on to learn everything we know about the Izuchi!

Izuchi Basic Information

Izuchi
small monster Izuchi icon.png
Type Bird Wyvern
Official Description
An omnivorous bird wyvern that has a characteristic scythe-shaped tail. It uses this tail to attack, but also to climb trees and chop down fruit. Most Izuchi fall into herds led by a Great Izuchi; in each herd, the two beset fighters are selected by the two best fighters are selected by the leader to help it hunt prey.

Izuchi Known Habitats

Map/Location
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Bullfango.pngBullfango Felyne.pngFelyne Gajau.pngGajau
Gargwa.pngGargwa Izuchi.pngIzuchi Jagras.pngJagras
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