Bazelgeuse

バゼルギウス (Bazerugiusu)

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Enemy Type Large Monster
Class Flying Wyvern
Threat Level 8⭐
Element fireblight icon mhr wiki guideFire
Ailment(s) fireblight icon mhr wiki guideFireblight
Weakness(es) None
Resistance(s) fireblight icon mhr wiki guideFire 
waterblight icon mhr wiki guideWater
Location(s) Shrine Ruins 
Frost Islands
Sandy Plains
Flooded Forest
Lava Caverns
Rampage Role N/A

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

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

 

Nature is a battlefield
Steeped in crimson dust
And the smoke of combat
Summons those who lust
For blood and fiery violence
And something to combust
Raining down destruction
Pandemonium galore
Friend or foe, irrelevant
It hungers for hot war

MH Rise Bazelgeuse Characteristics & Ecology

A nefarious flying wyvern that travels the world in search of prey. It scatters its own explosives scales over a wide area to prey on whatever gets caught in the blast. In some places, this has earned it the nickname "Bomber Wyvern".

  • Size: ♕ 1696.97  ~ ♕ 2410.47
  • Hostile when approached
  • Attacks other monsters: Yes

 

MH Rise Bazelgeuse Combat Info

The formidable scales that the Bazelgeuse scatters explode after receiving an impact but the time they take to regenerate can be used as a chance to attack. When its scales turn red hot, they will explode immediately and require caution, however, parts of the body will be soft too - the perfect time to attack.

  • Threat Level: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
  • Elemental fireblight icon mhr wiki guideFire Damage monster
  • Enraged Mode: Indicated by scales glowing a fiery red
  • Rampage: Bazelgeuse currently cannot be fought in the Rampage.

 

Quick Combat Tips

  • Bazelgeuse's weakest parts are its head and tail. This is especially true when it enrages and the scales on its neck and tail tip glow red. However, attacking Bazelgeuse's legs can also prove effective in knocking the monster down, making it easier to focus on its weakspots during the small window.
  • Fighting Bazelgeuse is all about maintaining mobility and avoiding explosions. Bazelgeuse constantly drops its explosive scales all around the battlefield, adding an extra layer of difficulty and keeping hunters on their toes. This is especially true for melee weapon users as the scales can be set off by accidental weapon swings. If you are having trouble, consider using one of the ranged weapons for a more manageable encounter.
  • When Bazelgeuse drops its scales, they are inactive for a time until struck either by the hunter or by Bazel itself. They will also explode on their own after remaining on the ground for a long period. However, when the monster is enraged, dropped scales are primed immediately and will explode after just a few seconds. Striking a red hot scale will cause it to explode immediately so be careful with accidental swings.
  • Attacking Bazelgeuse can also dislodge some of its scales, be careful when executing combos!
  • Bring Flash Bombs to halt Bazelgeuse temporarily when it flies around the combat area. While subsequent uses will have diminishing returns, you will be able to knock Bazelgeuse out of the sky at least once and open it up for a beating.
  • Bazelgeuse is an invading monster and appears in all Locales. It has a tendency to drop in and interrupt hunts. Consider bringing Dung Bombs to drive it away.

 

Bazelgeuse Attacks & Moveset

Bomb Scatter - Bazelgeuse's most common form of attack is to scatter its explosive scales in varying patterns either from its neck or tail. These scales remain on the ground for a period of time unless struck by either the hunter or Bazelgeuse. When struck, they glow a bright red and explode in a couple of seconds. Scales may also become dislodged when attacking Bazelgeuse or when it moves around. Watch out when this happens as you may accidentally set off the scales during a long combo or when recklessly attacking. When the monster is enraged, its scales glow red and are primed immediately when they hit the ground, exploding soon after. Bazelgeuse will at times strike even the red-hot scales to set them off even faster. 

  • Tail Whip - Bazelgeuse turns its backside towards hunters, raises its tail straight up and whips the ground behind it, sending a bunch of scales on a straight linear path outwards. When enraged, it will whip a second time, setting off its scales immediately.
  • Tail Sweep - Bazelgeuse turns its backside towards hunters and sweeps its tail in a 180 degree arc, scattering its scales in the same direction. When enraged, it will often follow up with a tail whip, scattering scales in a linear path outwards as the explosions from the tail sweep obscure hunters' visions. Watch out for this dangerous combo and dodge accordingly.
  • Forward Scatter - Bazelgeuse flicks its head forward, sending scales along a linear path towards hunters.
  • Scatter Lunge Combo - Bazelgeuse tosses out two lines of scales on its left and right. It then immediately drops to a low stance, plants its wings down and drags its neck on the ground as it advances forward between the two rows of scales, setting off explosions along the way.

Strafe Run - Bazelgeuse takes flight and bombards the battlefield with plenty of scales, flying back and forth in a straight line 2-3 times. At the end of the strafing run, it will often follow up with its extremely powerful Divebomb attack. 

Divebomb - Bazelgeuse dives down violently from its strafing run, aiming to crush hunters as it lands on them. This move sets off any remaining scales in the area and deals devastating damage to all hunters hit directly. Keep constant watch of Bazelgeuse as it strafes the area and prepare to move out of the way using our Wirebug or perform an Emergency Evade.

Fireball - Bazelgeuse raises its head up high as flames spew from its mouth and then lets loose a fiery ball that travels forward in a straight line. A direct hit deals moderate damage but the projectile is easily dodged by moving sideways.

Quick Bite - Bazelgeuse winds its head back sideways and lunges forward for a quick bite. Deals very light damage but can flinch and interrupt item use and other actions.

Aerial Stomp - Bazelgeuse takes flight, hovering just above its target and then forcefully lands on top of it. Deals moderate damage and knocks players away.

Bazelgeuse Weaknesses

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

Bazelgeuse 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 60 65 24
Abdomen 45 45 25
Back 30 30 10
Wing 25 25 45
Leg 30 30 20
Tail 60 55 35

 

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

Bazelgeuse 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 0 5 15 10 10
Abdomen 0 5 10 10 10
Back 0 0 5 5 5
Wing 0 5 10 10 10
Leg 0 5 15 10 10
Tail 0 5 15 10 10

 

Bazelgeuse 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 ⭐

 

poison icon monster hunter rise wiki guide 25pxPoison Status Effect Graph

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stun icon mhr wiki guideStun Status Effect Graph

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paralysis icon mhr wiki guideParalysis Status Effect Graph

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sleep monster hunter rise wiki guideSleep Status Effect Graph

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blast monster hunter rise wiki guideBlast Status Effect Graph

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exhaust monster hunter rise wiki guideExhaust Status Effect Graph

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fireblight icon mhr wiki guideFireblight Status Effect Graph

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waterblight icon mhr wiki guideWaterblight Status Effect Graph

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thunderblight icon mhr wiki guideThunderblight Status Effect Graph

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iceblightg icon mhr wiki guideIceblight Status Effect Graph

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Bazelgeuse Materials

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

Master Rank Bazelgeuse

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

Material Target Rewards Capture Rewards Break Part Rewards Carves Dropped Materials
mizutsune scale+ material mhr wiki guideBazelgeuse Shard 17% 13%[x2] 22%[x2] (Head) 37% (Body) 39%, 55%
barioth carapace material mhr wiki guideBazelgeuse Cortex 29% 17% 69% (Back) 25% (Body), 27% (Tail) 35%
lagombi frozenclaw material mhr wiki guideBazelgeuse Hardclaw 22% 23% 35% (Wing) 19% (Body) 10%, 10%
bazelgeuse fuse mhr wiki guideBazelgeuse Glandflux 14% - 70% (Head), 30% (Back) 15% (Body) -
bazelgeuse wing mhr wiki guideBazelgeuse Fellwing 12% 27% 65% (Wing) - -
bazlegeuse gemBazelgeuse Gem 4% 5% 5% (Head) 3% (Body) -
s magala mantle mhr wiki guideBazelgeuse Mantle 2% 3% 3% (Head), 1% (Back) 1% (Body), 3% (Tail) 1%
barioth tail monster hunter rise wiki guideBazelgeuse Flail - 12% - 70% (Tail) -
large wyvern tear hunter rise wiki guideLarge Wyvern Tear - - - - 50%

High Rank Bazelgeuse

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

Material Target Rewards Capture Rewards Break Part Rewards Carves Dropped Materials
mizutsune scale+ material mhr wiki guideBazelgeuse Scale+ 18% 14%[x2] 27%[x2] (Head) 39% (Body) 39%, 55%
barioth carapace material mhr wiki guideBazelgeuse Carapace 31% 18% 69% (Back) 26% (Body), 27% (Tail) 35%
lagombi frozenclaw material mhr wiki guideBazelgeuse Talon 23% 24% 35% (Wing) 19% (Body) 10%, 10%
bazelgeuse fuse mhr wiki guideBazelgeuse Fuse 14% - 70% (Head), 30% (Back) 15% (Body) -
bazelgeuse wing mhr wiki guideBazelgeuse Wing 12% 29% 65% (Wing) - -
daora gem mhr wiki guideBazelgeuse Gem 2% 3% 3% (Head), 1% (Back) 1% (Body), 3% (Tail) 1%
daora tail mhr wiki guideBazelgeuse Tail - 12% - 70% (Tail) -
large wyvern tear hunter rise wiki guideLarge Wyvern Tear - - - - 50%

 

Low Rank Bazelgeuse

This monster is not available in Low Rank content.

 

 

Bazelgeuse Weapons & Armor

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

 

Bazelgeuse Buddy Weapons & Armor

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

Palico

Bazelgeuse Buddy Weapons

Palamute

Bazelgeuse Buddy Weapons

 

Bazelgeuse Notes & Trivia

  • Introduced in Monster Hunter: World.
  • Name written as 爆鱗竜 in Chinese.

 

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