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Vespoid
Vespoids
Names
English: Vespoid
Japanese: ランゴスタ
(Rangosuta)
Nicknames: N/A
Titles
English: N/A
Japanese: N/A
General Information
Species: Neopteron
Element/s: N/A
Ailment/s: StatusEffect-Para Paralysis
Weakest to: StatusEffect-Poison Poison
Weakness Sign: N/A
Signature Move: Paralysis sting
Habitats: Almost all areas
Monster Size: Small
Monsters in Relation: Vespoid Queen, Hornetaur
Generation: First

Vespoids are insect-like monsters that inhabit the land.

Vespoids


Abilities

They are known to be a nuisance for hunters, due to their stings that cause hunters to flinch, resulting in them being exposed to any further attacks. Their stingers are loaded with a neuro-toxin that can paralyze foes.

Habitat

They are normally placed near rocky-walls and caves and found almost everywhere.


Game Appearances

Chronological Appearances
First US / EU Appearance: First JP Appearance: Latest Appearance:
Logo-MH1 (2004) Logo-MH1 (2004) Logo-MHF-G5 (2014)

In-Game Description

Monster Hunter Freedom 2 / Monster Hunter Freedom Unite
MHFU-Vespoid Icon An enormous, wasp-like insectoid with a poisonous stinger that paralyzes prey. Easily damaged, there are rarely any usable parts left to harvest from them once they are killed.

Notes


  • Having a low resilience to most forms of damage, Vespoids will generally disintegrate when struck with a blow from a relatively powerful weapon.
  • They can be poisoned to prevent their body from shattering when killed.
    • When poison is applied the smaller and regular-sized Vespoids will die instantly.
    • Even if poison is not applied, there still exists a slim chance for successful carve, if the body doesn't shatter.
  • They appear to be related to the Bnahabra, also an insect-like monster found in Monster Hunter 3.




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