Best Ive managed is to use bow and dodge incoming attacks. For more on how to hunt this persistent and explosive pest, check our guide. Couldn't ever really hit the talons or tail when it's in the air due to a its speed and b the camera just spazzes out and becomes disorienting. Also, I only played tri, but unlike in there, there is an arena where you can use your own gear cooolio posted. This is the Azure Rathalos Physiology report.
Take your time, approach with care and abuse those Dragon and Ice elements to eventually wear it down and take it down for some sweet high rank drops. By far the biggest annoyance with Rathalos is his tendency to stay up in the air. These are the Rathalos High Rank Rewards. Useful Information: Counter its airborne onslaught by observing its flight patterns and finding the right moment to knock it out of the sky. My only advice is patience- with no palico you cannot risk trying to do damage while he's in the air. Here are a few tips to help make the fight a bit easier.
I'm stuck using a glacial bow, which isn't something it's weak against, and I have no palico with me. With the start of the has come the release of a new quest that was previously only available in Japan. This fight is about keeping moving, and keeping clear of those talons, fire isnt too bad, but those talons hurt. Expect to see it fight with otehers fairly often. Fight Tips: Azure Rathalos can be a tough fight.
For more on how to use these items, you can either check out our guide or our guide. When firmly on the ground and fairly tired, Rathalos will resort to spinning to hit sweep away with his tail. The gear they give is pretty crappy sometimes against the monster you're facing. If you choose to track down this beast, you can do so by following the trail of Gashes and Scales it leaves throughout the area. The status effect is denoted by two pink dots above the the health bar.
Or if you do pursue, make use of fast travel between camps, compete w his speed by teleport. The Rathalos Set on my Palico. The way it flies around defies the laws of physics. The Uragaan is a bit like a giant, hugely destructive hedgehog because it can roll itself into a ball ane roll around to do damage or to escape. He litters the field with flashbugs, you also have cannons, ballistae, you can drop a boulder, and you have the dragonator. The trick with this is to start running sideways, so that the fireball misses, then dive before the Azure Rathalos swoops too close to avoid the poison damage.
The way to cure poison is to use an Antidote. Instant jumping backwards fireball to the face into another super homing instant poison! Rathian also has a long spoke on her chin that can be used to spear prey and a little fur on the tips of her wings. Asking for donations is not allowed and may result in a ban. He literally doesn't let up sometimes. It can inflict nasty status effects like Poison, Stun and of course Fireblight.
I use the bow, and putting him to sleep you only have enough sleep coating to do so once and bombing him speeds things up a little. Run in and deal some damage then immediately retreat. Azure Rathalos are very aggressive and intelligent, even by Rathalos standards. It's a very fast travel, too, so be sure to roll or dive out of the way just as he sets off. He is more annoying compared to Diablos.
The Barroth has bone-like structures around its body that essentially make for armor plating — meaning it can be harder to damage. It's still around a 30 minute fight though. These are the Azure Rathalos High Rank Rewards. Wearing down Rathalos means a slower attack pattern. Another you will face in Monster Hunter: World, is Rathalos.