Jyuratodus is a Large Monster in that appears Monster Hunter Rise (MHR or MHRise). Large Monsters like Jyuratodus are hostile and are usually the primary objective of Hunts. They provide valuable Materials when defeated.
Jyuratodus Monster Guide: Characteristics, Weaknesses, Drops, Locations, Weapons & Armor, Strategies, Tips & Tricks and more to help you defeat Jyuratodus in MH Rise.
A cursed marsh
Said to be haunted
Hostile and harsh
A place of deep peril
A true quagmire
For those who get stuck
Face a fate most dire
MH Rise Jyuratodus Characteristics & Ecology
A piscine wyvern that inhabits swamps, utilizing the mud there to hunt and survive. It wallows in the mire to maximize cutaneous respiration and preserve the toughness of its scales. The sludge it spits is highly viscous, so watch where you step, lest you get stuck in it.
- Class: Piscine Wyvern
- Size: ♕ 1342.75 ~ ♕ 1855.71
- Small Monster version: N/A
- Hostile at close range
- Attacks other monsters: Yes
- Found in: Flooded Forest
- Turf War(s):
MH Rise Jyuratodus Combat Info
A Jyuratodus's mud-caked carapace is tough, so use water-elemental weapons to dissolve the mud and get to its squishy core. Stepping in its mud slows you down, so pay attention to your footing.
- Threat Level: ⭐⭐⭐⭐
- Elemental Water Damage monster
- Can inflict Waterblight
- Weak to
- Kinsect Extract:
- Red: Head, Neck
- Orange: Tail
- White: Torso, Back, Fin, Leg
- Item Effectiveness:
- Enraged Mode: Indicated by steaming breath, faster movement and attacks, as well as its fins flaring out.
- Rampage: Jyuratodus currently cannot be fought in the Rampage. However, it can still appear in Rampage Meowcenaries missions.
Quick Combat Tips
- Jyuratodus' weakest spots are its head and tail but you can also deal decent damage attacking its legs and neck.
- Jyuratodus will often switch between regular and swimming stance. It is most dangerous when swimming and has the largest set of moves. But can be forced out of water by dealing enough damage to its head.
- Once its head is broken, it will be much easier to knock Jyuratodus out of the water.
- When its mud coating is removed by repeated attacks, it twirl around in the mud for a moment to recoat. Take this opportunity to dish out as much damage as you can as it cannot damage you during the animation.
- Whenever Jyuratodus submerges, it is about to perform its powerful mud burst attack. You can interrupt it and knock it out of the water by using a Sonic Bomb while it is submerged.
- Jyuratodus will frequently fire mud balls at its target. Direct hits will inflict Waterblight and each ball will leave a mound of mud which persists on the ground for a while. Walking into the mound will severely reduce the hunter's movement speed.
Jyuratodus Attacks & Moveset
Regular Stance - Jyuratodus is in regular stance when it is walking on its legs. It is much slower on its legs than when it is swimming and has access to less attacks. Try to keep it in this stance for an easier hunt.
Swimming Stance - Jyuratodus lowers itself into water and drastically increases its movement speed. It will spend the majority of the time in this stance. Focus on its head to knock it down briefly and return it to regular stance. While swimming, it will frequently swim through hunters, flinching or tripping them but dealing minimal damage. When enraged, it will use dashes more often which deal more damage and can knock players away as well as leave trails of mud along its path.
Double Tail Spin - Jyuratodus spins 180 degrees, whipping its tail in an arc. It repeats the attack to return to its original orientation. This move is only used while on its legs.
Tail Slap - Jyuratodus raises its tail to one side above water and slaps it across to the other side and back. The first hit can trip players while the second can knock them away. This move is only used while swimming and can be avoided by dodging to its side or backwards.
Mud Slide - Jyuratodus dashes forward in the water while shaking erratically. It leaves a trail of mud along its path. When enraged, it will often follow up with a second dash in a different direction. Be careful not to get caught in between two rows of mud as the Jyuratodus will likely follow up with another one of its attacks.
Chomp - At very close range, Jyuratodus raises its head with its mouth open and lunges forward attempting to bite its target. Has a narrow hitbox and is easily dodged.
Lunging Strike - Jyuratodus dives into the water and very quickly pops up, attempting to crush enemies with the underside of its neck. This attack comes out quick and isn't obviously telegraphed, but it has a very narrow hitbox. Anticipate and dodge sideways.
Belly Flop - When on its legs, Jyuratodus will sometimes hop towards hunters, attempting to crush them with its belly. It has a very large but narrow hitbox so try to stay near its side.
Side Tackle - Jyuratodus throws its entire body sideways, bashing away hunters with a very large hitbox. While on its legs, Jyuratodus will first hop to face its side towards hunters but in the water, the attack often comes out very quickly and with little indication. Try to remain near its head or tail to avoid the move in both cases.
Mud Shot - Jyuratodus spits a ball of mud at a hunter, dealing light damage and leaving a pocket of mud on the ground which can slow hunters' movement speed significantly. While in regular stance, this attack comes out much slower as Jyuratodus has to wind up by swinging its head up high. Mud shots will inflict Waterblight on a direct hit.
Triple Mud Shot - While on its legs, Jyuratodus spits a mud ball in a direction then quickly repositions and shoots another one. It performs this attack three times. Very easy to avoid due to the wind up. While in water, Jyuratodus will partially submerge and raise only its head. It then quickly shoots a mud ball to its left and right and then once more directly at a hunter. The attack comes out much faster but is no less difficult to avoid as it will always follow the same pattern.
Mud Burst - Jyuratodus submerges completely and prepares for a powerful attack. Watch the bubbling in the water to keep track of the monster as it will follow up in one of three ways. It can either burst out of the water near the hunter and dive bomb downwards, burst out directly from underneath the hunter or burst out far away from the hunter but leaping towards them and attempting to land on them with its feet. In all cases, both the bursting out of the water and landing can hit for heavy damage.
The table below indicates the various parts of Jyuratodus, including the damage values for each weapon type. This information is specific to MHRise.
The table below indicates the various parts of Jyuratodus, including the damage values for each element. This information is specific to MHRise.
Jyuratodus 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 Status Effect Graph
Stun Status Effect Graph
Paralysis Status Effect Graph
Sleep Status Effect Graph
Blast Status Effect Graph
Exhaust Status Effect Graph
Fireblight Status Effect Graph
Waterblight Status Effect Graph
Thunderblight Status Effect Graph
Iceblight Status Effect Graph
The tables below contain information on the materials that can be obtained from the Low Rank, High Rank and Master Rank variations of Jyuratodus. This information is specific to MHRise.
Master Rank Jyuratodus
The table below indicates the various materials obtained from the Master Rank variation of Jyuratodus and the drop rates for each.
|Material||Target Rewards||Capture Rewards||Break Part Rewards||Carves||Dropped Materials|
|Jyuratodus Cortex||12%||33%||100% (Leg)||27% (Body)||30%|
|Jyuratodus Shard||34%||19%[x2]||100% (Tail)||
|Jyuratodus Hardfang||14%||25%||100% (Head)||15% (Body)||12%, 20%|
|Jyuratodus Grandfin||9%||19%||100% (Back)||20% (Body)||--|
|Large Wyvern Gem||2%||3%||--||1% (Body)||1%|
|Large Wyvern Tear||--||--||-||--||35%|
|Afflicted Shell||--||--||20% (Anomaly Quests)||20% (Anomaly Quests)||--|
High Rank Jyuratodus
The table below indicates the various materials obtained from the High Rank variation of Jyuratodus and the drop rates for each.
|Material||Target Rewards||Capture Rewards||Break Part Rewards||Carves||Dropped Materials|
|Jyuratodus Carapace||12%||33%||100% (Leg)||27% (Body)||30%|
|Jyuratodus Scale+||34%||19%[x2]||100% (Tail)||
|Jyuratodus Fang+||14%||25%||100% (Head)||15% (Body)||12%, 20%|
|Jyuratodus Fin+||9%||19%||100% (Back)||20% (Body)||--|
|Wyvern Gem||3%||4%||--||1% (Body)||1%|
|Large Wyvern Tear||--||--||-||--||25%|
Low Rank Jyuratodus
This monster is only available in High Rank and Master Rank.
Jyuratodus Weapons & Armor
The following are weapons and armor sets related to Jyuratodus. This information is specific to MHRise.
- Jyura Duo I
- Jyura Duo II
- Jyura Pulverizers
- Jyura Pulverizers +
- Valtos Os
- Valtos Os +
- Jyura Mudblade I
- Jyura Mudblade II
- Blade of Tartarus
- Carapace Buster +
- Chrome Hell +
- Great Wyvern Fang +
- Kamura Warrior Cleaver +
- True Tetranadon Cutter
- Aquatic Cataclysm
- Terracutter +
- Tetranadon Cutter +
- Valtos Rapier
- Vendetta Hornsword
- Killer's Scythe
- Nightmare Frilled Blade +
- Oppressor's Forger
- Royal Order's Great Sword +
- Tigrex Supreme Sword +
- Vadel Frostedge
- Valtos Rapier +
- Vendetta Hornsword +
- Xiphias Gladius
- Jyura Saber I
- Jyura Saber II
- Jyura Reaver
- Jyura Reaver +
- Valtos Slough
- Valtos Slough +
- Kamura Warrior Ballista +
- Huge Tigrex Skull +
- Reversal Barrage +
- Grand Reversal Barrage
- Guerrera Herald +
- Kamura Warrior Glaive +
- Comet Bolt +
- Valtos Gill
- Valtos Gill +
- Valtos Bow
- Valtos Bow +
- Clutch of the Deep +
- Limus Os I
- Limus Os II
- Luto Ascia
- Luto Ascia +
- Valtos Claw
- Valtos Claw +
Jyuratodus Buddy Weapons & Armor
Jyuratodus Notes & Trivia
- Introduced in Monster Hunter: World.
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