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Sorry it's so delayed, I was away at the weekend and it totally didn't occur to me that I wouldn't be able to do the DotW like normal.
1st and 2nd Gen Monsters
The big fish Wyvern is about as watery as you can get. Lives in water, though it does only really have one wet attack, the beam. And that's hilariously easy to avoid anyway.
3rd Gen Monsters
Whoever had the notion of trying to combine an amphibian and a lion was very brave, but somehow it almost works in Royal Ludroth's design. It's a fairly run-of-the-mill fight, sure, but it's supposed to be, it's an early game monster. Water element fits it very well.
Sort of an Ice/Water combo, but it's so damn cool I thought I'd include it anyway. Love Agna, love the sub. Probably said that on about 5 different blogs by now.
The stormy, watery God. Such an awesome monster, it's a shame we've not seen him since Monster Hunter Portable 3rd.
4th Gen Monsters
Seltas Queen is a very large female Neopteron often accompanied by Seltas. She makes use of the Water element to hit the hunter, frequently shooting large water globs in a rapid-fire fashion.
Frontier Gen Monsters
The Barbarian Wyvern of Frontier. Its large spiked horn is a deadly weapon; however, it can also attack with a water beam, water balls, hip check, a turning bite, a slam attack, and a charge.
Moderately powerful, but it looks very cool.
Daimyo Warbow IV
Not sure how powerful it is, but it looks awesome.
- Is Water one of your favourite MH elements?
- Why/why not?
- Was Waterblight a good addition in 3rd gen?
- Favorite Water monster/weapon?
- What would you add to improve the element in future games?