Almudron

オロミドロ (Oromidoro)

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Enemy Type Large Monster
Class Leviathan
Threat Level 7⭐
Element waterblight icon mhr wiki guideWater
Ailment(s) waterblight icon mhr wiki guideWaterblight
Weakness(es) fireblight icon mhr wiki guideFire
iceblightg icon mhr wiki guideIce
Resistance(s) waterblight icon mhr wiki guideWater
Location(s) Shrine Ruins
Sandy Plains
Flooded Forest
Rampage Role rampage stalker icon monster hunter wiki guideStalker

Almudron is a Large Monster that appears in Monster Hunter Rise (MHR or MHRise). Large Monsters like Almudron are hostile and are usually the primary objective of Hunts. They provide valuable Materials when defeated.

Almudron Monster Guide: Characteristics, Weaknesses, Drops, Locations, Weapons & Armor, Strategies, Tips & Tricks and more to help you defeat Almudron in MH Rise.

 

Playing in the dirt
After a hard day's work
A grumpy old beast
Rises from the murk
Begone!
Begone!
A booming voice resounds
None shall ever enter
This creature's holy grounds

 

MH Rise Almudron Characteristics & Ecology

As its name implies, Almudron spends a great deal of time lurking in mud—at least until it emerges to smother approaching prey. From its tail oozes a strange golden fluid, which Almudron uses to dissolve the ground beneath its prey, arresting them in a mire so that it can drag them under. When enraged, it produces more fluid, turning the mud golden. When you see gold, watch out!

  • Size: ♕ 2425.04  ~ ♕ 3314.23
  • Hostile at close range
  • Attacks other monsters: Yes

 

MH Rise Almudron Combat Info

The mud-covered tail is what makes this species strong; attacking this outer layer will chip away at it, so removing this muddy shroud should be your priority. The gold-glimmering mud is harmful to the touch, so mind the color of your surroundings while hunting these beasts.

  • Threat Level: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
  • Elemental waterblight icon mhr wiki guideWater Damage monster
  • Weak to
    fireblight icon mhr wiki guideFire (⭐⭐⭐)
    iceblightg icon mhr wiki guideIce (⭐⭐)
  • Resistant to
    waterblight icon mhr wiki guideWater (Immune)
  • Enraged Mode: Indicated by golden, glimmering mud and higher frequency of mud use.
  • Rampage: Almudron fills the rampage stalker icon monster hunter wiki guideStalker Role during Rampage missions. Stalkers tend to focus on attacking hunters, moving very quickly and stalking them across the Stronghold. They can also destroy Hunting Installations if a hunter is manning them.

 

Quick Combat Tips:

  • Almudron's weakspots are its head and tail. Aim for these to maximize damage and knock the monster down frequently. Its tail can be severed but requires it to be broken beforehand.
  • When partially submerged, the gap between its tail and upper body is relatively safe while allowing you to attack its head or tail.
  • Avoid mud pockets, especially when it is enraged as they deal strong damage-over-time.
  • Focus on breaking the Giant Mud Ball when Almudron creates it for a guaranteed extended knockdown. Alternatively, use a Flash Bomb to make it drop the ball, preventing its damage increase on tail attacks.
  • Bring Nulberries or perform 2 Wiredashes to remove Waterblight.
  • Use mud constructs and platforms to your advantage. Set up jump attacks and avoid certain moves by traversing these hardened mud structures.

 

Almudron Attacks & Moveset

Almudron is a ferocious Monster with a very complex moveset. Its basic attacks consist of claw swipes and quick bites but it is most threatening when using its massive tail combined with a plethora of mud attacks. All of its mud attacks will inflict the Waterblight status effect on direct hits, significantly reducing a hunter's stamina recovery rate. 

Claw Swipes - Almudron raises one of its forelegs high up and sends its claws slashing down at hunters in a diagonal pattern. It will often follow this up with a second claw swipe from its other claw. Dodge towards and underneath the raised arm or backwards in the opposite diagonal direction to avoid the attack. Another follow-up attack it uses is the Tail Sweep, telegraphed by winding its tail on one side and flinging it in a large arc in the other direction.

Lunge - Almudron pulls its head back briefly and then lunges forward for a quick bite. It often follows up with a second, much quicker bite.

Tail Sweep - Almudron takes up a wind-up stance, turning its back to hunters and pulling its tail to one side and then flings it in a large arc in the other direction, hurling away any hunters that get caught in its path. The long wind-up should give you enough time to dodge away.

Tail Slam - Almudron turns its back towards a hunter and then quickly pushes its entire lower body off the ground, sending its tail slamming down in a straight line towards its target. This attack deals heavy damage on a direct hit and has a very long, but narrow range of impact.

Submerge - Periodically, Almudron will dive into water, mud or soft ground following up with a weaker tail slam and transitioning into is partially submerged stance. In this stance, only Almudron's head, forelegs and tail are exposed and it has significantly less reach. Its upper back is also easier to reach in this stance if you are looking to break it. Dealing enough damage to its head or tail during this stance will force it out into a knockdown state.

  • Tail Slap - Almudron can use a combination of very quick tail attacks while partially submerged. This move varies between 1 to 3 very quick slaps with relatively short range. Staying in the gap between its tail and upper body will prevent damage from this attack entirely.
  • Whirlpool - If Almudron is not forced out of his submerged stance via knockdown, it will eventually transition back to normal stance by creating a whirlpool with a moderate pull effect which drags hunters into the center. Almudron will then burst out of the whirlpool, dealing significant damage to any hunters caught in the attack.

Mud Attacks - Many of Almudron's attacks revolve around using Mud either directly or as an added effect, flinging patches of mud that persist for a while all over the battlefield whilst it performs its other attacks.

  • Mud Fling - Almudron will sometimes fling mud directly by winding its tail on either side and tossing them towards hunters. A direct hit will deal damage and inflict the Waterblight effect. Mud patches will also entrap hunters, significantly reducing their movement speed until they leave the area of effect. When enraged, Almudron's mud have a golden glimmer to them and deal strong damage-over-time while in contact. Damage stops immediately upon leaving the mud pocket.
  • Mud Pillars - Rarely, Almudron will summon up to four constructs made of hardened mud. These constructs jut upwards violently and direct hits will deal heavy damage and knock players away. The constructs persist for a while and can be climbed. You can use this to your advantage to set up jumping attacks or avoid some of Almudron's moves.
  • Mud Tsunami - Almudron will often reposition and sweep its tail across water, unleashing a tidal wave of mud that gushes towards distant players. This mud wave has a very wide hitbox and will knock players away on hit. Quickly sheathe your weapon and evade with a Wirebug dash or utilize the terrain and mud constructs created by Almudron to avoid the attack.
  • Giant Mud Ball - As the fight drags on, Almudron will assume a special coiled stance and then swirl around in place, forming a giant ball made of hardened mud which it affixes to its tail. While Almudron is in possession of this mud ball, all of its tail attacks are amplified and deal significantly higher damage. If left unchecked, it will eventually use its ultimate attack. This is telegraphed by a special coiled stance as the camera pans out. Almudron then leaps into the air and slams the ball down hard, dealing massive damage and destroying the ball in the process. It will often perform this move before it transitions to a new area. You can cause Almudron to drop the ball by using a Flash Bomb, removing this mechanic temporarily. However, aiming for the mud ball and dealing enough damage will break it, causing a guaranteed knockdown where the Monster is vulnerable for an extended period.

 

Almudron Weaknesses

The table below indicates the various parts of Almudron, including the damage values for each weapon type. This information is specific to MHRise.

Almudron Parts cut damage icon monster hunter rise wiki guide small blunt damage icon monster hunter rise wiki guide small ammo damage icon monster hunter rise wiki guide small
Head 55 64 55
Foreleg 23 24 20
Abdomen 40 55 35
Back 25 30 20
Hind Leg 25 25 20
Tail 55 30 35
Tail Tip 65 55 40

 

The table below indicates the various parts of Almudron, including the damage values for each element. This information is specific to MHRise.

Almudron Parts fireblight icon mhr wiki guide waterblight icon mhr wiki guide thunderblight icon mhr wiki guide iceblightg icon mhr wiki guide dragonblight icon mhr wiki guide
Head 20 0 10 20 5
Foreleg 30 0 5 25 5
Abdomen 20 0 5 15 5
Back 15 0 5 10 5
Hind Leg 10 0 5 10 5
Tail 25 0 10 20 5
Tail Tip 25 0 15 20 15

 

Almudron Ailment Effectiveness

The higher the bars on the graphs and the more stars, the more advantageous it will be for the player. This information is specific to MHRise.

Poison ⭐
Stun ⭐
Paralysis ⭐
Sleep ⭐
Blast
Exhaust ⭐
Fireblight ⭐⭐
Waterblight ⭐
Thunderblight ⭐
Iceblight ⭐

 

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THUNDERBLIGHTGRAPH

 

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Almudron Materials

The tables below contain information on the materials that can be obtained from the Low Rank and High Rank variations of Almudron. This information is specific to MHRise.

High Rank Almudron

The table below indicates the various materials obtained from the High Rank variation of Almudron and the drop rates for each.

Material Target Rewards Capture Rewards Break Part Rewards Carves Dropped Materials
almudron scale+ material mhr wiki guideAlmudron Scale+ 17% 15% 70% (Torso), 10% (Foreleg) 36% (Body) 18%, 36%
almudron shell+ material mhr wiki guideAlmudron Shell+ 28% 21% 30% (Torso), 20% (Tail) 26% (Body) 28%
almudron fin+ material mhr wiki guideAlmudron Fin+ 16% -- 12% (Head), 80% (Tail) 22% (Body), 12% (Tail) --
almudron whisker+ material mhr wiki guideAlmudron Whisker+ 10% -- 80% (Head) 12% (Body) --
golden sludge material mhr wiki guideGolden Sludge 23% 13%[x2] -- -- 28%, 25%[x2]
rathalos plate monster hunter rise wiki guideAlmudron Plate 5% 5% 5% (Head) 3% (Body), 5% (Tail) 3%, 1%
thunder serpent orbGolden Almudron Orb 1% 3% 3% (Head) 1% (Body), 3% (Tail) 1%
almudron claw+ material mhr wiki guideAlmudron Claw+ -- 31% 90%[x2] (Foreleg) -- 10%
almudron tail monster hunter rise wiki guideAlmudron Tail -- 12% -- 80% (Tail) --
great izuchi tail monster hunter rise wiki guideWyvern Tear -- -- -- -- 10%
great izuchi tail monster hunter rise wiki guideLarge Wyvern Tear -- -- -- -- 40%

Low Rank Almudron

The table below indicates the various materials obtained from the Low Rank variation of Almudron and the drop rates for each.

Material Target Rewards Capture Rewards Break Part Rewards Carves Dropped Materials
almudron scale monster hunter rise wiki guideAlmudron Scale 16% 18% 70% (Torso), 10% (Foreleg) 10% (Body) 19%, 37%
almudron shell monster hunter rise wiki guideAlmudron Shell 27% 23% 30% (Torso), 20% (Tail) 27% (Body) 28%
almudron fin monster hunter rise wiki guideAlmudron Fin 15% -- 17% (Head), 80% (Tail) 22% (Body), 17% (Tail) --
almudron whisker monster hunter rise wiki guideAlmudron Whisker 10% -- 80% (Head) 12% (Body) --
almudron tail monster hunter rise wiki guideAlmudron Tail 8% 12% -- 80% (Tail) --
golden muck monster hunter rise wiki guideGolden Muck 22% 13%[x2] -- -- 30%, 25%[x2]
rathalos plate monster hunter rise wiki guideAlmudron Plate 2% 3% 3% (Head) 1% (Body), 3% (Tail) 1%
almudron claw monster hunter rise wiki guideAlmudron Claw -- 31% 90%[x2] (Foreleg) -- 10%
great izuchi tail monster hunter rise wiki guideWyvern Tear -- -- -- -- 50%

 

Almudron Weapons & Armor

The following are weapons and armor sets related to Almudron. This information is specific to MHRise.

 

Almudron Buddy Weapons & Armor

The following are Palico and Palamute weapons and armor sets related to Almudron. This information is specific to MHRise.

Palico

Palamute

 

Almudron Notes & Trivia

  • Introduced in Monster Hunter Rise.
  • It is based on the Dorotabo.

 

 

 

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    • Anonymous

      when i fought my first one i was like " this must be at least a silver crown, its huge" and nope that was an average roll on size, its a big boi

      • Anonymous

        Almudron is one of the toughest monsters in Rise to figure out the tells for, especially with his tail slam. Time for gitting gud.

        • Anonymous

          I used rathalos SwAxe 1 nargacuga legs, gloves, and chest, Remobra belt, and royal ludroth helm, he obliterated me until I spammed invincible gambit (zl-a). Be prepared with many mega potions, I forgot them at first.

          • Anonymous

            Farming the orb is a major pain. I've earned nearly 10 plates before one of these. Nice extra money but still )':

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