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Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate
Strategy Guide

Author(s): James Bowden
First Published: 11-04-2013 / 00:00 GMT
Last Updated: 16-05-2019 / 19:15 GMT
Version: 1.1 (????) 26-06-2019 / 00:51 GMT

Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate Guide

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Fanged Wyvern

Stygian Zinogre

Family : Fanged Wyvern

Size : Large

Element : Dragon

Properties

The Stygian Zinogre is a sub-species of Zinogre encountered from G-Rank. This crimson beast inflicts Dragon-element damage and Dragonblight with its thunder-based moves.

Habitat

  • Tundra: 1, 2 (Spawn), 3, 4, 8, 9 (Rest)
  • Volcano: 5, 6 (Spawn), 7, 8 (Rest)

Damage Chart

**Weak Spots** **Susceptible**
Head, Back Fatigue, Poison
**Strong Against** **Weak Against**
Dragon Thunder, Water

Part Durability

**Body Part** **Durability** **Effect on Decrease**
Head High Large Lurch
Body Very High Lurch
Back Low Lurch
Front Legs Medium Lurch and Knockdown
Back Legs High Lurch and Knockdown
Tail Medium Lurch

Breakable Parts

**Body Part** **How to Break** **Effect of Break**
Right Horn Decrease Head Durability -
Left Horn Decrease Head Durability Again Extra Rewards
Claws (x2) Decrease Durability Extra Rewards (Only Once)
Tail Damage with Cut Weapons -
Back Decrease Durability -

Rage Effects

**Attack** **Defence** **Speed**
130% No Change 130%

Key Attacks

Claw Stomp : The Stygian Zinogre turns to face the hunter and then stomps forward two paces.

Shoulder Barge : The Stygian Zinogre turns on its side, looking towards the hunter, before slammings its entire body towards them.

Dragon Balls: The Stygian Zinogre uses its tail to 'throw' four red and black orbs around itself. These float, stationary for a while, before launching themselves directly at the hunter’s position.

Thunder : When at full charge the Stygian Zinogre will howl to the sky, summoning thunder strikes in a wide radius around its body.

Stygian Thunder : While the Stygian Zinogre is walking around thunder will randomly strike its circumference.

Recommended Strategy

The Stygian Zinogre’s projectiles and Stygian Thunder naturally dissuade the hugging tactic that works so well against its blue brethren, and if any monster has been best fought through ranged means, it’s the Stygian Zinogre.

Careful hit and run tactics are about all you can do against the Stygian, making sure you’re always ready to run in case he brings out the projectiles.

Sleep and bomb tactics would go amiss either (put to sleep and place a large bomb and small bomb by his face). Don’t forget Shock Traps either, now that they’re effective again.

Notes:

  • Being hit by the Stygian Zinogre's projectiles will cause Dragonblight.
  • The Stygian Zinogre only needs one level of charge to become enraged.
  • Shock Traps do not power up the Stygian Zinogre.

Guide Information

  • Publisher
    Capcom
  • Platforms
    Nintendo 3DS
  • Genre
    Action Role-playing
  • Guide Release
    11 April 2013
  • Last Updated
    16 May 2019
  • Guide Author
    James Bowden

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