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Vaal Hazak is an Elder Dragon first introduced in Monster Hunter: World. This grotesque elder dragon inhabits the deepest part of the Rotten Vale. It uses the fatal vapor of the vale in what appears to be some kind of symbiotic relationship. Their materials can be used to craft the Vaal Hazak Armor Set.


Physiology

Vaal Hazak is a long, slender Elder Dragon with several unique physical features. Its body is covered in silver scales, which are obscured by the fleshy red veil that covers most of its body. It possesses a striking double lower jaw, each with a row of extremely long, sharp fangs similar to those of a deep sea fish. It has two bright yellow spots at the sides of its head and two small red eyes. Its toes and wingtips are adorned with sickle-shaped claws. It is similar in size to other Elder Dragons such as Teostra and Kushala Daora. Vaal Hazak's head, body and arms can be wounded. Its Tail can also be severed.

Behavior and Abilities

This dragon lives a solitary lifestyle, and does not allow other monsters to encroach upon its territory. While it may not always react to the presence of a hunter, it will immediately become aggressive with any large monster it encounters. They are known to bury themselves in the piles of bones which litter the environment. Vaal Hazak can collapse, and if left alone while it does so, it will charge up Effluvium for a powerful attack. This will always leave behind some Tainted Flesh. Vaal Hazak outclasses Odogaron in Turf Wars. Interestingly enough despite having wings Vaal Hazak will not fly unless it is mounted in which it shown to have just as much aerial mobility as the Kushala Daora.

Vaal Hazak is capable of covering its body in a mysterious, life-sapping miasma, known as the Effluvium. As the substance builds up in the body of its victim, it can cause severe weakening of physical strength and resilience. The monster is able to release this miasma more violently by spewing a concentrated stream from its mouth or spreading it around a large area as a noxious cloud. Vaal Hazak also possesses the ability to gather the Effluvium from affected creatures back into its body, healing itself and killing the victim in the process. Despite its size, its lithe nature allows it to move around at high speeds and even leap considerable distances at prey.

Element/Status Effectiveness

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

Monster Materials

Item Name Rarity Value Description
MH4G-Scale Icon White Deceased Scale
死屍の龍鱗
7 2250z Rare Vaal Hazak material. Mostly obtained by carving. Broadly used for many purposes.
FourthGen-Carapace Icon White Vaal Hazak Carapace
屍套龍の堅殻
7 3350z Rare Vaal Hazak material. Mostly obtained as a reward. Solid, used to craft gear.
FourthGen-Monster Parts Icon Dark Red Vaal Hazak Membrane
屍套龍の被膜
7 3500z Rare Vaal Hazak material. Obtained by collecting rare drops. Grants dragon element properties.
MH4G-Monster Parts Icon White Vaal Hazak Tail
屍套龍の尻尾
7 4900z Rare Vaal Hazak material. Obtained by carving its severed tail. Stiff, used to craft gear.
MH4G-Claw Icon White Vaal Hazak Fang+
屍套龍の鋭牙
7 4600z Rare Vaal Hazak material. Obtained by breaking its head. Sharp, used in many weapons.
MH4G-Claw Icon White Vaal Hazak Talon
屍套龍の尖爪
7 4750z Rare Vaal Hazak material. Obtained by breaking its forelegs. Sharp, used in many weapons.
MH4G-Monster Parts Icon White Vaal Hazak Wing
屍套龍の翼
7 4450z Rare Vaal Hazak material. Obtained by carving its torso. Light yet firm, used to craft gear.
MH4G-Ball Icon White Vaal Hazak Gem
屍套龍の宝玉
8 12000z A rare gem said to have formed within Vaal Hazak Tissue. Holds untold potential.

Equipment

For more information, see Vaal Hazak Equipment

Vaal Hazak materials can be used to craft two different armor sets: Vaal Hazak α Armor and Vaal Hazak β Armor.

The following is a complete weapon list for Vaal Hazak weapons:

Great Sword: Long Sword: Hammer:
Lance: Gunlance: Switch Axe:
Charge Blade: Insect Glaive:
Light Bowgun: Bow:

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