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This is a Monster Parts and Weaknesses Guide in Monster Hunter World and Iceborne. Read on to learn more about Monster Parts, Weaknesses, and more!
All Large Monsters have certain weakpoints you can exploit. The weak points of each monster vary from monster to monsters. You need to be able to break those specific monster parts to expose a weak point which deals more damage. Remember that there are also specific weapon types that are required to break certain monster parts.
You can find the information you need for a specific monster's weak points by going through your Hunter Notes and opening up the monster field guides. Keep in mind that you need to farm research points to know more about monsters, as not every information about them is displayed at the start of the game.
Every weak point is breakable but not every breakable Monster Part is a weak point. There are some monsters that have breakable Monster Parts but don't turn into a weak point, like the Rathalos. You can see from the image above that the Rathalos's body monster part can be broken but it does not form a weak point.
The Clutch Claw is a Slinger supplement that allows you to grab onto a monster part, grapple it, and attack it. The clutch attack will wound the target the first it's done if you're wielding a heavy weapon. You'll need to do this twice for light weapons.
The Elements chart for monsters found in the Hunter Notes shows the Elemental Weaknesses of each monster. Every element weakness is categorized in stars, with the one-star dealing the least damage. The higher it goes up, the weaker the monster is against the specific type of elemental damage. If an element has a red X beside it, this means that the monster has no weakness towards that specific element.
Similar to Elemental Weaknesses, Status Ailment Weaknesses are gaguged in stars. The fewer the stars, the lesser the success rate of the status ailment taking effect there is.
|Base Game Guides|
|Story Walkthrough and How to Unlock Iceborne||Money Farming Guide|
|Food Guide and All Canteen Ingredients||Best Timing for Well-Done Steak|
|Best Weapons for Beginners||How to Pause Quests|
|How Do Quest Rewards Work?||How to Track Monsters|
|What is Critical Distance?||How to Use Wedge Beetles|
|How to Use the Chat Functions||Character Creation Guide|
|How to Use the Training Area||List of Crafting Recipes|
|List of Poogie Costumes||How to Break Rank Caps|
|Monster Threat Levels||How to Raise Hunter Rank Fast|
|Post-Game Content||How to Find ??? Rathian Tracks|
|Weapon and Armor Augments||Explanation of Each Status Effect|
|How To Capture Monsters||How To Hunt Monsters|
|How To Mount Monsters||Monster Parts and Weaknesses Guide|
|How to Join a Friend's Expedition||Monster Crown Size Guides|
|How to Get the Dragoon Jump Emote||Tailraider Safari Guide and Best Items to Get|
|Argosy Guide and Best Choices||How to Aim Cannons|
|Alpha or Beta Armor||Lucky Voucher Effects|
|Bowgun Special Ammo Guides||How to Equip Skills|
|Difference of Cut and Blunt Damage Type||Hunting Horn Notes and Effects|
|Unchangeable Features||Turf Wars and List of Matchups|
|List of Trophies and How to Unlock (MHW)|
|What Does Attack Do?||What Does Defense Do?||What Does Elemental Resistance Do?|
|What Does Affinity Do?||What Does Elemental Attack Do?|
|All Grimalkyne Tribes and Rewards|
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