MONSTER HUNTER WORLD: ICEBORNE

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Monsters

Velkhana
An elder dragon with the power to freeze all in its path.
According to ancient legend, it can freely control the cold, and unleash an icy blast of breath.

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Brachydios
This marine-blue brute wyvern uses its saliva to prime the sticky slime coating its massive arms, rendering it highly explosive.

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Barioth
The snow-white flying wyvern with huge tusks found in the frozen tundra. It uses its forelegs and tail to traverse ice with ease.

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Acidic Glavenus
A subspecies of Glavenus found in the Rotten Vale. A corrosive fluid has crystallized on its tail, spraying acid with each swing.

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Glavenus
A brute wyvern that wields its heavy blue tail like a blade. It grows hotter and more keen with each strike until it glows red.

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Fulgur Anjanath
With every attack, this Anjanath subspecies fortifies itself with electricity that it charges within its jaws and dorsal membrane.

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Ebony Odogaron
This Odogaron subspecies is forever on the prowl for its next meal, and is often seen carrying fresh kills in its mouth. Reports indicate it goes into a frenzy upon eating.

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Tigrex
A flying wyvern straight out of prehistory, known for its deafening roar and powerful legs that drive its overwhelming charge.

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Shrieking Legiana
A Legiana variant shrouded in white frost.
It specializes in freezing prey with the powerful chill it emits,
then swooping down to strike at them from overhead.

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Banbaro
A monster with two giant horns, like a running brick wall.
It charges at threats while digging its massive horns in the ground, sometimes picking up entire trees along the way.

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Beotodus
A piscine wyvern that uses the sharp fin on its head to cut through the frozen soil, swimming freely through the snow.
Can often be seen hurling snow at its prey using its leg fins.

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Nargacuga
A flying wyvern covered in pitch black fur.
It is extremely agile, especially on the ground, moving with explosive bursts of speed.

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