The Green Plesioth is a sub-species of Plesioth encountered during G-Rank quests. It can propel its water jet in a sweeping motion, which can easily catch a hunter off guard.
- Deserted Island: 10 (Spawn), 11 (Rest)
- Flooded Forest: 1, 3, 4, 5 (Spawn and Rest). 8
|Belly, Head, Tail (Cut)||Poison, Fatigue|
|**Strong Against**||**Weak Against**|
|Water, Dragon, Ice||Thunder, Fire|
|**Body Part**||**Durability**||**Effect on Decrease**|
|**Body Part**||**How to Break**||**Effect of Break**|
|Head, Fin||Decrease Durability Twice||Extra Rewards|
|Wings (x2)||Decrease Durability Twice||Extra Rewards (Only Once)|
Body Slam - If the Plesioth turns side on then rams its whole body towards the Hunter. This attack has a massive danger zone.
Slither - The Plesioth lays itself on the ground and then slides forward. This is also used to return to the water, so make sure you’ve rolled away in advance.
Water Stream - The Plesioth opens its fin and lowers its head launching a massive burst of water at the hunter (this is also used from the water if a hunter remains on the shore). when underwater this stream can be fired in a sweeping motion.
Backflip - A favourite of the Plesioth when it is underwater, it flicks its tail upwards at the Hunter while doing a backflip. You can see this attack early as the Plesioth moves its tail into position, so try and move early.
As with other Wyverns it’s a good idea to get under the Green Plesioth and attack its legs, but always move away because the Green Plesioth has a number of attacks that can easily wipe you away from such a position. Simply move close, hit him a few times and then roll away.
As long as you stay in close proximity to the Green Plesioth then his projectile attacks won’t be a problem, so try and give chase if he moves away and especially if he dives into the water.
When submerged the Green Plesioth shows its most significant difference; its water beam can be fired in a sweeping motion. As such you’ll want to stay both abreast and elevated of the Plesioth, approaching from an elevated side-on angle so that his Water Beams don’t catch you completely off guard.
As with all water monsters the Green Plesioth becomes fast underwater, so movement and cautious attacks become paramount.