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Daimyo Hermitaur


Daimyo Hermitaur (from Monster Hunter Wiki)

Names
English Name: Daimyo Hermitaur
Nicknames: One Horned Daimyo, King Crab
Titles: Giant Enemy Crab

The Lurking Desert Giant

The Jungle Crab

The Ultimate Shield

Japanese Name: ダイミョウザザミ
Romaji: Daimyou Zazami
Japanese Title: Shield Crab
Description
Type of Monster: Carapaceon
Size: Image:Gold_Crown_Small.png 887.4 ~ Image:Gold_Crown_Large.png 1346.8
Signature Moves: Water Blast/Skull Jump
Monster Icon: File:MonRef37.jpg
Description: A large carapacean with a giant monster’s skull on its back. Fond of the sand, it is mainly seen in the desert or jungle zones. Living underground, it surfaces when hungering for a snack.
Other information
Element: Water
Secondary Status’
Inflicted:
None
Weakest to: Thunder
Weakness sign: Froths purple bubbles around it’s mouth.
Habitats: Deserts and Jungles
Other monster in relation: Hermitaur, Plum Daimyo Hermitaur, Shogun Ceanataur, Shen Gaoren
First U.S. Appearance: Monster Hunter Freedom 2
First Japanese Appearance: Monster Hunter 2
Generation: 2

I like to call this one the Kutku of Carapaceons. He might look pretty nasty with the Monoblos-skull on the back, but in fact he’s pretty easy to kill. My prefered weapon here would be the hammer. Depending on the strength or level of the Daimyo, you can either directly go for his face (NOT the skull) and try to knock him out or, if you’re not able to deal enough damage in time, attack from the side.

Daimyos attacks aren’t really dangerous as long as you’re not behind him. If you are, he will charge at you and to pierce you with the monoblos-horn. In case you’re standing in front of him, he’ll spit a blast of water. So attacking from the side is safe. The only attack he has here is to pinch you with his claws, which only deals little damage.

– Video Tutorials –

Hammer

Tachi

Lance

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