Cephadrome is the almighty king of the Cephalos. It likes to burrow in the sand and not get back out, so a well-placed Sonic Bomb will pop it back out if it's being a finicky coward. Cephadrome is a Piscine Wyvern and due to its unusual height, some of its hitboxes are rather...strange.
Cephadrome is weakest to ice and thunder.
Cephadrome will do a pitiful little side chomp. Knocks you on your butt.
Double 180 Tail Swing
Cephadrome will swing its tail around twice, each time doing a half-circle revolution. The hitbox is very strange and can hit you even if the tail doesn't actually touch you.
Cephadrome will turn slightly and then lunge its body weight to the side. Has an EXTREMELY disparate hitbox, capable of hitting you even if you're on the opposite side near the head, for one of the sillier examples. Be very careful.
Cephadrome will dive in and out of the sand
Cephadrome will spit water at you. Most commonly does this by half-popping out of the sand, spitting at you, then diving back in. Sometimes Cephadrome spits sand at you instead.
Cephadrome will charge at you by belly flopping and wriggling towards you
Platforms 3DS, Switch
Genre Action Role-playing
Guide Release 1 September 2016
Last Updated 12 June 2020
Guide Author Cassie Sun
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You assume the role of a hunter who sets out on a journey to hunt the most dangerous creatures in the land. Spread across four villages, three from past games and a brand new village, players will have a plethora of quests and items to collect. All 14 weapon types from Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate return and new "Hunting Styles" and "Hunting Arts" have been added. With a wealth of content and options to suit almost every playstyle, Monster Hunter Generations cries out for a comprehensive guide.
Basic information about quests and all the mechanics that beginners need to know to be successful
Daamage calculation, motion values, and how you can apply this in a practical manner to improve your hunts!