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EditApceros

Apceros are gentile herbivores thatare found in desert and volcanicareas.Similar to Ankylosauros, this monster features spikes on either side of its headand a largemace-like tail.They alsofeature a hard outer shell like that of a tortoise. Their body structure is very similar to their evolutionary cousin, Aptonoth.  

EditAptonoth

The bovine of the monster hunter universe, Aptonoth are docile herbavores hunted for their meat by humans and monsters alike. They travel in groups and when one is threatened, the entire herd will try to leave, with the alpha male sometimes attempting to fight back before fleeing.

EditBarnos

A Wingdrake

EditGajau

Resembling catfish in appearance, Gajau have greenish scales and orange dorsal fins. They are vicious preadatory fish that attack anything and will jump out of the water to capture prey.


EditGastodon

Gastodon are small monsters similar to Kestodon that inhabit Elder's Recess. You can make Armor pieces out of Gastodon material.

EditGirros

A small Fanged Wyvern, Girros have the same snake-like head and hood like that of the adult Great Girros. They have black scales with yellow strips running down the back of their neck, with red gill like sections inside of their seperated hoods. They can paralyze victims with the venom in their fangs.

EditGrimalkyne

Grimalkyne look to be similar to the classic Felynes of the Monster Hunter Universe. However not much is currently known about them. 






EditHornetaur

Like the Vespoid, they are highly weak to poison. They are also small and difficult to hit directly, making them highly irratating. They frequently attack a hunter in groups, and like the Vespoid, are difficult to kill intact.

EditJagras

A small and slim Fanged Wyvern in comparison to the adult form, Great Jagras, Jagras have light green scales with blue and red stripes, and a blue underbelly. They will swarm prey or carrion, and will attack injured monsters as well, but will flee if they encounter a fully healthy large monster. 

EditKelbi

A staple in the Monster Hunter Universe, these antelope like herbavores pose little to no threat to hunters. Males are green while females and younglings are blue. Males have larger prominant horns, while larger specimens with curved horns are referred to as Kelbidrome. They often prance around areas in groups of four.  Kelbi are often found in Wildspire Waste and the Coral Highlands. Attack it with blunt damage to force it to drop a Kelbi Horn, an important ingredient for a few items you should bring on quests. They also drop warm pelt in low rank, and high quality pelt in high rank.

EditKestodon

Similar in appearance to the Pachycephalosaurus dinosaur, the Kestodon is a bipedal small monster with a hard dome head. Males are bright orange with a large head crest, used for headbutting; while femals are bronze and lack the crest found in males. You can make Kestodon Vambraces out of their materials.

EditMernos

A Wingdrake

EditMosswine

Mosswine are small, moss-covered pigs. They have a hard spiky crown atop their head. They are known for their ability to identify and find special mushrooms. They are docile, but will attack if provoked. 

EditNoios

A Wingdrake first introduced in Monster Hunter: World. Able to mimic the roar of Diablos, this allows them to call for Diablos when they feel threatened.

EditRaphinos

A Wingdrake 



EditShamos

With a canine shape and large orange eyes, Shamuosu's face is covered in red scales. The rest of its body has white splotches, while its limbs are navy in color. It also has a small fin on its back. Its large eyes gives it the ability to see even in the pitch black, allowing it to habitat the darker areas of the Coral Highlands, while also causing animosity towards the Tzitzi-Ya- Ku and its blinding flash ability. They are agressive and will attack in small groups.

EditVespoid

A wasp-like insect that are known more as a nuisance than an actual threat, they have barbed stingers at the end of their abdomens, and fly using three pairs of wings. Vespoid's stings cause hunters to flinch, while a more direct attack will cause paralysis to hunters. 
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