They have blue scales with black stripes, and a dull red crest on their heads. These carnivorous monsters travel in packs and inhabit many different environments.
An experienced hunter should have no problems dealing with a pack of Velociprey, though a hunter unfamiliar with them will have some trouble with their swift movements and quick attacks. Velociprey are capable of leaping great distances, making them difficult to flee from, especially when delivering eggs and large ores.
Monster Hunter Freedom 2 / Monster Hunter Freedom Unite
Aggressive, carnivorous monsters that often travel in packs. Even a master hunter should take care not to become surrounded! Wide ranging, they are found in many different areas, such as the Jungle or Forest and Hills.
Aggressive, carnivorous monsters that often travel and hunt in packs -- even master hunters are careful to not let themselves get surrounded by these predators. In this region, they're known to inhabit the Everwood.
Threat Level (危険度): ★★
Monster Hunter Frontier G
Frontier Analysis Velociprey Normal State
Velociprey are closely related to three other species of Bird Wyvern: Giaprey, Genprey and Ioprey. These minions first appeared in the original Monster Hunter, except for Giaprey, which appeared in Monster Hunter 2.
Although Velociprey don't appear in Monster Hunter 3, they are mentioned in the description for Bird Wyvern Fang; allegedly a Velociprey Fang is very similar to that item.
It has been observed that Velociprey will actively attack a Rathian when in close proximity.
In Freedom-2 and Unite, it is possible to "erase" these monsters (and the other 'prey monsters) if you score a killblow with a cutting weapon while they are in mid-air during their high leaping attacks. This will cause them to become sliced clean in half and their remains will instantly fade away, leaving no corpse behind.
The "erasing" secret from Freedom-2/Unite was not carried over.