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Paolumu are Flying Wyverns first introduced in Monster Hunter: World.

MHW-Paolumu Render 001



Physiology

Paolumu is a bat-like wyvern that slightly resembles the Honduran white bat. Like said bat species, Paolumu is covered in white fur and has a pink face. Though it is covered in fur, Paolumu also has some brown scales covering its back, underbelly, and tail. The Paolumu has rodent-like buck teeth this is because its diet consists of the eggs that comes off the coral which it sucks in using its incredible breathing power.

Abilities

Inside of Paolumu's neck is a special air sac that inflates once it has sucked in enough air. Once its air sac has inflated, Paolumu is able to float in the air like a balloon and able to attack foes from above. While floating, Paolumu will use its hardtail to batter foes at close range. Paolumu is also able to breathe wind at foes, it can also use its inhaling powers to draw in hunters closer or to make them stagger.

Habitat

Paolumu have been seen inhabiting the Coral Highlands.

Behavior

Paolumu are fairly calm unless provoked by a threat. Once provoked, they will become aggressive.

Element/Status Effectiveness

Paolumu Damage Effectiveness
Element Effectiveness Status Effectiveness
Fire ★★★ Poison ★★
Water Sleep ★★
Thunder ★★ Paralysis ★★
Ice Blast ★★★
Dragon Stun ★★

Game Appearances

Chronological Appearances
First US / EU Appearance: First JP Appearance: Latest Appearance:
Logo-MHW (2018) Logo-MHW (2018) Logo-MHW (2018)

In-Game Description

Monster Hunter: World
MHW-Paolumu Icon Paolumu feast on eggs found in the Coral Highlands. They are abe to float through the air using unique sacs in their bodies, and attack with their extremely hard tails.

Notes


  • Paolumu's head, wings and tail can be wounded.
  • Paolumu won't attack a hunter unless they attack it first.
  • Hunters can deflate Paolumu's neck by mounting it as well as attacking its neck.[1]
  • Paolumu is outclassed by Legiana[2] and Odogaron[3] in the Coral Highlands.


References

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