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Qurupeco (from Monster Hunter Wiki)

English Name: Qurupeco
Nicknames: Pekko
Titles: Bird Wyvern Kind
Japanese Name: クルペッコ
Romaji: Kurupekko
Japanese Title: 彩鳥
Type of Monster: Bird Wyvern
Size: Image:Gold_Crown_Large.png 1024.6 cm
Image:Gold_Crown_Small.png 772.8 cm
Signature Moves: {{{moves}}}
Monster Icon: File:Pekkoicon.png
Description: Bird Wyverns with unique plumage. Well known for using their thoracic vocal organs to imitate others monsters calls, first summoning them, then using the distraction to flee. Spits a dangerous combustible body fluid.
Other information
Element: Fire
Secondary Status’
Defense Decrement
Weakest to: Ice
Weakness sign: Limping
Habitats: Island, Flooded Forest, Sandy Plains
Other monster in relation: Currently Unknown
First U.S. Appearance: Monster Hunter 3
First Japanese Appearance: {{{firstJP}}}
Generation: 3

Qurupeco is the first “real” wyvern that you’ll have to take down in the game.  He isn’t really all that strong, but he can do some pretty nasty things that’ll make it difficult to kill it. First of all Qurupeco will often imitate roars of other monsters in order to get them to help him. So if you don’t stop that from happening, you’ll end up fighting Qurupeco along with Royal Ludroth, Great Jaggi, Rathian, Rathalos or even Deviljho. The best idea is to attack from either the front or diagonal front as both, his tail as well as his wings don’t really take much damage. Your primary focus should be to attack quru during his imitations as to prevent him from receiving help as well as dealing enough damage to break his beak. Also the red buddy will sometimes do the jump attack in which he creates small explosions with the claws on his wings. When he does the preparations for the attack (his weird giggling sound) just make sure you don’t stand in front of him and you should be save. Should you accidently get hit by an explosion anyway, make sure to do a roll in some wet place as your status will be cured immediately.

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