Seregios is a Large Monster in Monster Hunter Rise (MHR). It is a returning monster from Monster Hunter 4: Ultimate introduced in the Sunbreak Expansion. Large Monsters like Seregios are hostile and are usually the primary objective of Hunts. They provide valuable Materials when defeated. This page covers information on Seregios including weaknesses, drops, size information, strategies, tips and tricks to help you defeat this monster.
- Seregios will be available with the release of the Sunbreak Expansion coming Summer 2022.
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MH Rise Seregios Characteristics & Locations
Large Flying Wyverns with sharp, blade-like scales covering their body. Seregios are well-known as extremely territorial and belligerent creatures, wielding their aerial mobility and powerful hind leg attacks in intense combat against other large monsters. Reports have confirmed that Seregios have the ability to launch the scales from their body, inflicting their victims with the Bleeding status.
- Found in:
- Is hostile when ??
- Attacks other monsters: Yes/No
- Small Monsters version: N/A
- Size: ♕ TBC ~ ♕ TBC
- Species: TBC
- Target of Quests: TBC
- HP (Tempered): ~??
MH Rise Seregios Combat Info
When battling Seregios, watch out for flanking aerial movements, and vicious hind leg attacks. The razor-like scales they launch from all over their body can inflict Bleeding if too many connect, increasing future damage as you attack or evade. Make sure you go in knowing how to deal with this status.
- Elemental ?? Damage monster.
- Weak to
- Resistant to
- Kinsect Extract:
- Red: ??
- Orange: ??
- White: ??
- Enraged mode: ??
- Tips and notes go here
Quick Combat Tips
- Seregios is a bit shy to use its head or mouth during combat, but it's not shy at all to fly and use its legs.
- Its legs and tail are the most accesible parts for hunters to hit but those are also its main weapons.
- Be prepared to pursuit a monster that flies and slides from one point to another, you are going to need agile and dynamic movement skills to make this combat shorter.
MH Rise Seregios Attacks & Moveset
Bite Strike - Seregios bites are quick and uses them to push enemies away.
Assault from above - Seregios flies up high and quickly fall back on a target.
Stomps - Stomps targets below with one leg and then the other.
Sliding Tackle - Slides forward with both legs to the front towards targets. It may do this attack multiple times consecutively. Sometimes this attack is triggered after making a small leap backwards or after making a quick spinning movement.
Front Spin - It gains momentum and spins forward and moving slightly up in the air, and it lands looking back and whipping its tail while landing.
Whip Tail - Slaps a nearby target with its tail while landing.
Tail Sweep - Turns around using the momentum to sweep enemies with its tail.
MHR Seregios Weaknesses
The table below indicates the various parts of the monster, including the types of damages that are weak to it.
The table below indicates the various parts of the monster, including the different elements that are weak to it.
MHR Seregios Ailment Effectiveness
The higher the bars on the graphs and the more stars, the more advantageous it will be for the player.
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
Monster Hunter Rise Seregios Materials
The tables below contains information on the different Items and Materials that can be obtained from the Low Rank, High Rank and Master Rank variations of Seregios
The table below indicates the various materials or items obtained from the Master Rank variation of Seregios, it also includes the percentage chance of how it can be acquired.
|Material||Target Rewards||Capture Rewards||Break Part Rewards||Carves||Dropped Materials|
|Seregios Slavescale+||21%||23%||17% (Head)||32% (Body), 12% (Tail)||16%, 30%|
|Seregios Airblade+||35%||33%||10% (Wing)||24% (Body), 10% (Tail)||33%, 55%|
|Seregios Carver+||18%||10%||70% (Leg), 30%[x2] (Leg)||21% (Body)||15%|
|Seregios Scraper+||15%||21%||70% (Wing), 20%[x2] (Wing)||10% (Body)||--|
|Seregios Impaler+||8%||10%||--||75% (Tail)||--|
|Seregios Lens||3%||3%||3% (Head)||3% (Tail)||1%|
|Seregios Breacher+||--||--||80% (Head)||12% (Body)||--|
|Large Wyvern Tear||--||--||--||--||50%|
Low Rank & High Rank
This Monster is only available in Master Rank content.
MHR Seregios Weapons & Armor
Armor and Weapons related to the Seregios Monster.
MHR Seregios Buddies Weapons & Armor
MHRise Seregios Notes & Trivia
- Revealed in a Monster Hunter Digital Event on 10 May 2022
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