Azure Rathalos is a subspecies of Rathalos, and thus, it shares almost all of the same characteristics. However, its shell that is usually fiery red is now a turquoise color, hence the Azure title. Its wing webbing is lime green, and its tail has one single red spike on the end. It has higher stamina, and is considerably more aggressive.
Like all true flying wyverns, Azure Rathalos possess the cunning, speed and strength to fell almost any threat or prey they come across in the wild, though they will rarely challenge anything larger than themselves outside of their territory. They have stronger wings than the regular Rathalos, meaning they can stay in the air longer and pull off powerful combos with their fire breath and poisonous claws.
Azure Rathalos are very aggressive and intelligent, even by Rathalos standards.
Azure Rathalos are especially aggressive during mating season, when territorial disputes are more common, and competition for the best hunting grounds is fierce.
Azure Rathalos is most commonly encountered in the Forest and Hills, however it can also be found in the Volcanic Areas.
Other Non-Subspecies Forms
Hard Core (HC) Azure Rathalos
HC Azure Rathalos appears to have more developed spikes on his back and a stronger flame sac as it can spit more than 7 fire balls in a row in wave and spit strong fire balls that leave a trail of damaging fire on the sides.
An azure-colored subspecies of Rathalos. More mobile than their standard cousin, they locate prey from the air and quickly swoop in for the kill. Once these master hunters select a target, there is little hope of escape.
An azure-colored subspecies of Rathalos. More mobile than their standard cousins, they locate prey from the air and quickly swoop in for the kill. Once these master hunters select a target, there is little hope of escape.
Threat Level (危険度): ★★★★★
Monster Hunter Frontier G
MH4U Breakable Parts
Right Wing (x1)
Left Wing (x1)
The Azure Rathalos is a genetic mutation of the Rathalos.
Azure Rathalos has a higher pitched roar than its normal counterpart. This was changed in the later games, but the reason is unknown.