Zinogre

ジンオウガ (Jin’ouga)

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Enemy Type Large Monster
Species Fanged Wyverns
Elements thunderblight icon mhr wiki guideThunder
Ailments thunderblight icon mhr wiki guideThunderblight
Weakness iceblightg icon mhr wiki guideIce
waterblight icon mhr wiki guideWater
Threat Level 6⭐
Resistances thunderblight icon mhr wiki guideThunder (Immune)
dragonblight icon mhr wiki guideDragon
Location(s) Shrine Ruins 
Flooded Forest 
The Citadel 
The Jungle
Rampage Role rampage stalker icon monster hunter wiki guideStalker

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

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

 

Look upon its prowess
Its movement full of spark
Its claws cut through the silence
Its fangs bite through the dark
Gaze upon perfection
Thunder given form
Either knock its lights out
Or die fighting the storm

 

Zinogre Details & Locations

Fanged wyverns whose bodies are streaked with electricity. Sharp claws and strong limbs allow them to thrive in mountainous terrain. During hunts, they gather numerous Thunderbugs to boost their power and enter a supercharged state.

 

 

Zinogre Combat Info

In their supercharged states, Zinogre not only have different attack patterns but also become faster, hit harder, and gain immunity to Shock Traps. Staggering them, however, may knock them out of this state.

  • Threat Level: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
  • Elemental thunderblight icon mhr wiki guideThunder Damage monster
  • Inflicts
    thunderblight icon mhr wiki guideThunderblight
  • Weak to
    iceblightg icon mhr wiki guideIce (⭐⭐) 
    waterblight icon mhr wiki guideWater (⭐)
  • Resistant to
    thunderblight icon mhr wiki guideThunder (Immune)
    dragonblight icon mhr wiki guideDragon
  • Kinsect Extracts:
    • Red: Head, Back
    • Orange: Torso, Hip, Foreleg, Tail, Tail Tip
    • White: Hind Leg
  • Item Effectiveness:
  • Enraged Mode: Zinogre becomes supercharged by the Fulgurbugs in its fur, causing its fur to stand on end and glow with a bright silver. Many of its attacks become infused with lightning, dealing significantly more damage and inflicting Thunderblight.
  • Rampage: Zinogre 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

  • Zinogre's weakest spot is its head. Attacking this spot is the key to knocking it down as well as kicking it out of its enraged state.
  • Zinogre performs many heavy attacks that slam the ground, sending dozens of Fulgurbugs floating up into the air, indicated by tiny, glowing blue particles. When not supercharged, Zinogre absorbs these fulgurbugs into its back, and their energy charges the up the beast. This is most evident during its Stomp attack. Once enough charge is accumulated, Zinogre enters is enraged state.
  • Zinogre's ability to enter enraged mode can be severely hampered by applying constant pressure to its back, scattering the fulgurbugs. Its back is exposed when knocked down so aim for its head frequently. You can also use Silkbind Attacks that propel you upwards such as the Charge Blade's Axe Hopper move. A constant barrage against its head and back is so effective that masterful use of this tactic can result in Zinogre only ever entering enraged state once throughout a hunt or not at all.
  • When enraged, many of Zinogre's attacks become infused with lightning and inflict the Thunderblight effect, increasing a hunter's susceptibility to getting stunned. Consider equipping the Stun Resistance skill at level 3 when fighting Zinogre to completely negate this property of the effect.
  • While enraged, Zinogre will continue charging electricity in its body to fuel its ultimate Thunderbomb move.
  • Do not use Shock Traps against Zinogre! When not enraged, a Shock Trap will supercharge the beast immediately. When it is supercharged, it destroys Shock Traps as it runs through them.

Zinogre Attacks & Moveset

Claw Stomp - Zinogre leans towards one side, raises that side's foreleg and smashes the ground in front of it. When uncharged, it will take a moment to absorb the fulgurbugs sent floating in the air as a result of the stomp. It can also follow-up with another Stomp immediately after the first. When enraged, Zinogre will often unleash a stomp combo, smashing with one foreleg and then the other up to 4 times. Each Stomp is also infused with lightning, increasing their hitbox and inflicting Thunderblight. In both cases, dodge forward and under the stomping leg as it is raised.

Horn Uppercut - Zinogre stands on its hind legs, raising its upper body in the air. It then dips its head and scoops its target upwards with its horns, sending them flying. This attack has a very long telegraph as Zinogre takes over a second on its hind legs before executing the attack. Get out of its front side immediately.

Headbutt - Zinogre raises its head, slightly pulled back to one side and then smashes its horn downwards in front of it. It will often follow-up with a Somersault Tail Slam or perform a spinning retreat into a Claw Stomp. The Headbutt itself has a narrow hitbox and is clearly telegraphed.

Shoulder Tackle - Zinogre places one foreleg in front of the other, angling its side toward a hunter. It then throws itself forward, tackling its target with its shoulder. This move has a very large hitbox. Dodge roll around its head to avoid the attack.

Lightning Orbs - Zinogre jumps up and spins laterally very quickly, slamming its tail on the ground and sending a set of 2 lightning orbs flying outwards and to one side. It repeats the move spinning the other way and sending another 2 orbs flying outwards and to the other side. 

Somersault Tail Slam - Zinogre turns its rear towards a hunter and then performs a backflip, sending its massive tail crashing on the ground behind it. This attack has a very long range but a narrow hitbox. It also has good tracking so don't dodge too early. Severing the monster's tail will reduce the range on this attack.

Rising Tail Sweep - Zinogre steps back slightly and then pivots on one foreleg as it swings its body in an upward spiral, whipping its tail in a large arc. Dodge underneath its tail towards its pivoting arm (pivoting on left arm, dodge to its left and vice versa) to evade the attack.

Rising Claw - Used exclusively while enraged. Zinogre stands on its hind legs and feints a Claw Stomp with its left claw. During the fake-out, it charges is right claw with electricity and then performs a Streetfighter-style rising uppercut, emiting beams of lightning that jut upwards in the shape of a claw slash. This attack deals massive damage and sends the hunter flying.

Thunderbomb - When enraged and fully charged with electricity, Zinogre lets out a roar and then performs a lightning-infused mad dash in a straight line, attempting to trample hunters. It then turns around, somersaults into the air and divebombs with its back facing the ground, causing a large lightning explosion on impact that sends several lightning bolts striking outside the impact radius. This attack hits very hard and will likely KO hunters with lower level gear. If you are consistent in applying pressure to Zinogre's head while it is enraged, it may never use this move.

Zinogre Weaknesses

The table below indicates the various parts of the monster, including the types of damages that are weak to it. This information is specific to MH Rise.

Zinogre 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 65 65 70
Torso 25 25 30
Hip 44 44 30
Foreleg 25 30 30
Back 45 40 35
Hind Leg 45 45 35
Tail 30 25 25
Tail Tip 21 19 10

 

The table below indicates the various parts of the monster, including the different elements that are weak to it.

Zinogre 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 10 10 0 15 5
Torso 5 5 0 5 5
Hip 5 5 0 10 5
Foreleg 5 5 0 10 5
Back 10 20 0 25 5
Hind Leg 5 5 0 10 5
Tail 5 5 0 5 5
Tail Tip 10 15 0 20 5

 

Zinogre 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 MH Rise.

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

 

Poison Status Effect Graph

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Stun Status Effect Graph

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Paralysis Status Effect Graph

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Sleep Status Effect Graph

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Blast Status Effect Graph

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Exhaust Status Effect Graph

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Fireblight Status Effect Graph

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Waterblight Status Effect Graph

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Thunderblight Status Effect Graph

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Iceblight Status Effect Graph

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Zinogre Materials

The tables below contains information on the different Items and Materials that can be obtained from the Low Rank and High Rank variations of Zinogre.

Master Rank Zinogre

The table below indicates the various materials or items obtained from the Master Rank variation of Zinogre, it also includes the percentage chance of how it can be acquired.

Material Target Rewards Capture Rewards Break Part Rewards Carves Dropped Materials
rathian shell monster hunter rise wiki guideZinogre Cortex 21% 15%[x2] -- 33% (Body), 10% (Tail) 31%, 49%
zinogre shockfur monster hunter rise wiki guideZinogre Electrofur+ 33% 29% 30% (Back) 24% (Body) 40%
rathian shell monster hunter rise wiki guideZinogre Deathly Shocker 23% 25% 70% (Back), 10% (Foreleg) 17% (Body) --
zinogre tail monster hunter rise wiki guideZinogre Lash 8% 7% -- 80% (Tail) --
fulgurbug hunter rise wiki guideFulgurbug 8%[x3] -- -- -- 15%[x2]
zinogre jasper hunter rise wiki guideZinogre Jasper 5% 5% 5% (Both Horns) 1% (Body), 3% (Tail) 3%
zinogre skymeraldZinogre Skymerald 2% 3% 3% (Bathhorns) 1% (Body), 3% (Tail) 1%
zinogre horn monster hunter rise wiki guideZinogre Hardhorn -- 16% 92% (Both Horns) -- --
zinogre claw monster hunter rise wiki guideZinogre Hardclaw -- -- 70% (Foreleg), 20%[x2] (Both Forelegs) 22% (Body) 10%
great izuchi tail monster hunter rise wiki guideWyvern Tear -- -- -- -- 10%
great izuchi tail monster hunter rise wiki guideLarge Wyvern Tear -- -- -- -- 40%

High Rank Zinogre

The table below indicates the various materials or items obtained from the High Rank variation of Zinogre, it also includes the percentage chance of how it can be acquired.

Material Target Rewards Capture Rewards Break Part Rewards Carves Dropped Materials
tetra carapace monster hunter rise wiki guideZinogre Carapace 21% 15%(x2) -- 33% (Body), 10% (Tail) 31%(x1), 49%(x1)
zinogre shockfur monster hunter rise wiki guideZinogre Electrofur 33% 29% 30% (Back) 24% (Body) 40%
rathian shell monster hunter rise wiki guideZinogre Shocker + 23% 25% 70% (Back), 10% (Foreleg) 17% (Body) --
zinogre tail monster hunter rise wiki guideZinogre Tail 4% 7% -- 80% (Tail) --
fulgurbug hunter rise wiki guideFulgurbug 12%(x3) -- -- -- 15%(x2)
rathian plate monster hunter rise wiki guideZinogre Plate 5% 5% 7% (Both Horns) 3% (Body), 7% (Tail) 3%(x1), 1%(x1)
zinogre jasper hunter rise wiki guideZinogre Jasper 2% 3% 3% (Both Horns) 1% (Body), 3% (Tail) 1%
zinogre horn monster hunter rise wiki guideZinogre Horn + -- 16% 90% (Both Horns) -- --
zinogre claw monster hunter rise wiki guideZinogre Claw + -- -- 70%(x1) (Foreleg), 20%(x2) (Both Forelegs) 22% (Body) 10%
great izuchi tail monster hunter rise wiki guideWyvern Tear -- -- -- -- 15%
great izuchi tail monster hunter rise wiki guideLarge Wyvern Tear -- -- -- -- 35%

 

Low Rank Zinogre

The table below indicates the various materials or items obtained from the Low Rank variation of Zinogre, it also includes the percentage chance of how it can be acquired.

Material Target Rewards Capture Rewards Break Part Rewards Carves Dropped Materials
rathian shell monster hunter rise wiki guideZinogre Shell 21% 15%(x2) -- 34% (Body), 17% (Tail) 29%(x1), 50%(x1)
zinogre shockfur monster hunter rise wiki guideZinogre Shockfur 31% 29% 30% (Back) 25% (Body) 40%
rathian shell monster hunter rise wiki guideZinogre Shocker 21% 25% 70% (Back), 10% (Foreleg) 18% (Body) --
zinogre tail monster hunter rise wiki guideZinogre Tail 8% 12% -- 80% (Tail) --
fulgurbug hunter rise wiki guideFulgurbug 17%(x2) -- -- -- 20%
rathian plate monster hunter rise wiki guideZinogre Plate 2% 3% 3% (Both Horns) 1% (Body), 3% (Tail) 1%
zinogre horn monster hunter rise wiki guideZinogre Horn -- 16% 97% (Both Horns) -- --
zinogre claw monster hunter rise wiki guideZinogre Claw -- -- 70%(x1) (Foreleg), 20%(x2) (Both Forelegs) 22% (Body) 10%
great izuchi tail monster hunter rise wiki guideWyvern Tear -- -- -- -- 50%

 

 

Zinogre Weapons & Armor

Armor and Weapons related to the Zinogre Monster.

 

Zinogre Buddies Weapons & Armor

Palico and Palamute Armor and Weapons related to the Zinogre Monster.

 

Notes & Trivia

  • Can be lured with ??
  • Camouflage works until ?? range

 

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