Gendrome is a Raptorial Bird Wyvern and the pack leader of the Genprey. Their dual-crest and two protruding fangs signalize their leadership. Although they are physically the second strongest of all prey dromes, they are typically the most feared because of their ability to paralyze hunters. They are a good source of Paralysis Sacs for hunters.
With a pack to protect them and paralyzing fangs, they are a force to be reckoned with. Considerably harder than a Velocidrome, Gendrome pose a challenge to novice hunters. Quick attacks and high speed allow it to attack with surprising power. Contrary to popular belief, dromes aren't always male. Female dromes do exist in the same way that males do, except they do all of the reproducing and rear all of the younger pack members or future pack leaders.
MH4: Aruserutasu, Great Jaggi, Velocidrome, Gendrome, Iodrome, Lagombi Battle Music
Although its poison is delivered through its fangs, Gendrome inflicts Paralysis through its pounce attack.
In Monster Hunter Frontier G3 G rank Gendrome gains 3 new attacks including the ability to spit Paralysis causing spit, the ability to release paralysis causing gas from its claws and leave it in patches on the ground and a combo where it jumps > spits mid air > then lands finishing with a uppercut that launches hunters.
On Monster Hunter Frontier Online Gendrome can be a pet.
Gendrome returns in MH4.
Gendrome's crest and fangs can be broken.
When it's crest is broken, it looks like a bigger Genprey with a undeveloped crest.
Gendrome will now limp when weakened, can be carved 3 times and enter rage mode.
Gendrome can now inflict the Paralysis ailment through its bite instead of its pounce.
It can now call on Genprey during battle, whereas in previous games it could not.
It can also be infected by Goa Magara's Feral Wyvern Virus.