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  • Deviljho is a Brute Wyvern introduced in Monster Hunter 3. It is characterized by its insatiable hunger due to the extreme amount of energy its body consumes. Deviljho is nomadic in nature, and inhabits a wide variety of environments in its constant search for food. It is known to be cannibalistic and will even devour prey alive so as to waste as little time as possible in replenishing its body's energy. When provoked, Deviljho's back and shoulder muscles swell considerably and areas of its body take on a bright red coloration.
  • Deviljho is a Brute Wyvern introduced in Monster Hunter 3. File:MH4-Deviljho Render 001.png __TOC__
  • Deviljho is a Brute Wyvern first introduced in Monster Hunter 3. It is known to inhabit a wide variety of environments and can be encountered at High and G ranks. PHYSIOLOGY Deviljho is a very large, bipedal Brute Wyvern characterized by its uniform forest green colouration and muscular upper body. Its thick hide is littered with short, jagged spines that reach a maximum height along the back and tail. Deviljho has a narrow snout with a large lower jaw, covered in multiple rows of spines spreading outwards from the teeth. It has massive, powerful hind legs, but tiny, poorly developed forelegs that it rarely utilizes. When provoked, Deviljho's back and shoulder muscles swell considerably. During this period, areas of its skin will take on a bright red colouration.
Generation
Latest
  • MHXX
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First EN
  • MH3
Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate Notes
  • *There is an event quest, in which the hunter must defeat a Deviljho without any piece of armor.
Weakness Sign
  • Limping
Monster Size
  • File:Gold Crown Large.png 4097.8 cm
  • File:Gold Crown Small.png 1803.0 cm
Habitats
MH3U
  • Y
General Notes
  • *Deviljho usually prey on Aptonoth, Popo, Slagtoth, or Gargwa to recover stamina. **It sometimes eats from the corpse of a slain monster, its own tail, or an already captured monster. It sometimes attacks other monsters in the area if it's hungry; thus, dealing damage to them. *Like many other monsters, such as the Nargacuga, Zinogre, and Lagiacrus, the Deviljho enters a rage state. Its main body becomes enlarged with red streaks over the top of its back, near its mouth, and many tiny red marks all over. It begins breathing Dragon lightning around its mouth. This will not hurt you, but it will do its signature Dragon Breath attack at least twice until it calms down. *Deviljho can leap at a hunter and pin them down, before attempting to devour them. Each bite will cause a significant amount of damage, until the player is able to break free or throw a Dung Bomb. Another hunter who is not pinned can throw a dung bomb for the same effect. If the Deviljho is exhausted, it will recover stamina and inflict Defense Down on the pinned Hunter due to its corrosive saliva. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-nGh5MyYcRE *Deviljho performs a Dragon Breath attack at a 180 degree angle sweep from right to left. The only safe spots during this attack are, near its tail or underneath Deviljho. If a player finds itself within the range of the breath, the best options are to block with a shield, or panic dive away. It is possible to evade this attack by rolling but it's unsafe to do so unless the timing is spot-on. The Dragon Breath attack has extended reach from 30 m/129 ft up to 35 m/140 ft. *Many of Deviljho's movements include damaging the players via the swing of its tail. When the tail is severed, it would stumble away from it because of the massive weight loss, causing it to lose balance. *It's rock flinging attack may reach up to 40 m/148 ft maximum range . *Even though Deviljho can cause great damage to the ecosystem, it is not an Elder Dragon. *Deviljho closely resembles the real world Tyrannosaurus rex. *Deviljho's Rock Fling attack will inflict different Blights depending on the area. In Tundra, it inflicts Iceblight, in Volcano it inflicts Fireblight, and in Flooded Forest it inflicts Waterblight. **Deviljho is capable of throwing rocks from land and hitting hunters in the water in the Flooded Forest, including hunters under the surface.
Monster Relations
Monster Type
First JPN
  • MH3
Japanese Title
  • 恐暴竜
MHP
  • Y
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Game
  • Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate
  • Monster Hunter Portable 3rd
  • Monster Hunter 4
  • Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate
  • Monster Hunter Frontier G
  • Monster Hunter 3
  • Monster Hunter Generations
Name
  • Deviljho
English Name
  • Deviljho
MH4U
  • Y
MHF-Z
  • Y
MHF-G
  • Y
MHO
  • Y
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Notes
  • *Deviljho can now climb with its mouth. *In G-Rank, it throws bigger boulders, and is able to perform a new attack where it lifts its upper body and walks around, then blasts its Dragon Breath upwards. *Deviljho can be affected by the Frenzy Virus and the Apex status. **Apex Deviljho's weak spots are its belly, back, legs and tail tip. Attacking any other part without the Drive Wystone will cause the weapon to bounce. **Apex Deviljho uses G Rank Savage Deviljho's moveset. **Apex Deviljho creates an earthquake aimed at the hunter when it stomps.
Threat Level
  • ★★★★★★
Monster Hunter Frontier G Notes
  • *Deviljho is an Exotic Species
MHXX
  • Y
English Title
  • Violent Wyvern
Title
  • MH3: Deviljho and Savage Deviljho Music Theme
Icon
  • 62
mh
  • Y
Description
  • 別名“恐暴竜”。特定のテリトリーを持たず、餌を求めて常にさまよい歩いている。非常に狂暴で、怒りの際には筋肉が大きく隆起し、古傷が浮かび上がる。また、高い体温を保つため常に捕食し続ける必要があり、周辺の生物を絶滅に追い込むこともあるという。
  • 別名”恐暴竜”。 特定のテリトリーを持たず、餌を求めて常にさまよい歩いている。 非常に狂暴で、怒りの際には筋肉が大きく隆起し、古傷が浮かび上がる。 また、高い体温を保つため常に捕食し続ける必要があり、周辺の生物を絶滅に追い込むこともあるという。
  • The dreaded, nomadic Deviljho have no specific territory of their own. Their muscles swell if provoked, revealing old wounds. They need to feed constantly due to high body heat and can hunt nearby animals to extinction.
  • The dreaded, nomadic Deviljho have no specific territory of their own. Their muscles swell if provoked, revealing old wounds. Needing to feed constantly due to high body heat, they can hunt nearby animals to extinction.
Chinese Name
  • 恐暴龙
Video
  • 70
Japanese name
  • イビルジョー
Monster Hunter 3 Notes
  • *When fought in the Tundra, Deviljho will limp away to Area 1 and break into a hidden area to rest. The unlocked area is one of the few places where Dragonbone Relics can be gathered. **If Deviljho is not weakened and is in Area 1, the blockade can still be broken down if Deviljho attacks it. If Deviljho breaks the blockade on its own, without the hunter baiting it into attacking the rubble, it drops a shiny. *If Deviljho uses a 'Stomp' Attack in Area 7 of the Tundra, icicles will fall from the ceiling causing minor damage to anyone they hit. *There was an event quest, where an extremely large Deviljho was in the Deserted Island. Because of its size, weapons can barely reach its underside. *Deviljho can no longer be hunted in Monster Hunter 3 because the online servers have been shut down.
Monster Hunter Portable 3rd Notes
  • *Deviljho has a new attack where it quickly swings its tail first to its right, then around itself to its front while slightly moving forward during the attack. Because of its swift speed compared to the rest of Deviljho's attacks, it can be tricky to avoid if it catches hunters off-guard. The best way to avoid this attack is to quickly get underneath Deviljho. *Its Dragon Breath no longer inflicts Dragonblight because the Dragonblight status ailment has been removed in Monster Hunter Portable 3rd. The Dragonblight effect returns in later games. *Deviljho can now be fought in the very last village quest. It will appear in the Land Arena , and after it has been slain or captured, Tigrex and Nargacuga will be fought simultaneously. Despite being met in a Low Rank Quest, the three monsters are as powerful as their High Rank equivalents much like the final Village Quest Monster Hunter in Monster Hunter Freedom Unite where monsters were G-Rank. *Like Duramboros, it may counter-attack the hunter immediately after it staggers, like when its face has been broken.
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  • Deviljho is a Brute Wyvern first introduced in Monster Hunter 3. It is known to inhabit a wide variety of environments and can be encountered at High and G ranks. PHYSIOLOGY Deviljho is a very large, bipedal Brute Wyvern characterized by its uniform forest green colouration and muscular upper body. Its thick hide is littered with short, jagged spines that reach a maximum height along the back and tail. Deviljho has a narrow snout with a large lower jaw, covered in multiple rows of spines spreading outwards from the teeth. It has massive, powerful hind legs, but tiny, poorly developed forelegs that it rarely utilizes. When provoked, Deviljho's back and shoulder muscles swell considerably. During this period, areas of its skin will take on a bright red colouration. ↑ hide ABILITIES Deviljho is armed with a powerful set of jaws that it can use to deliver bone-crunching bites to prey and foe alike. In addition, its powerful hind legs allow it to run at relatively high speed and leap considerable distances towards prey. When enraged, Deviljho is capable of producing a mysterious clouded emission which can be shot out of the mouth in a stream at prey. This substance contains the Dragon Element and can be very deadly to hunters as well as other monsters. ↑ hide BEHAVIOR Deviljho is a nomadic monster, prone to wandering vast distances in search of prey. Its status as a super-predator allows it to overtake the territory of any monster that stands in its path. Because of the extreme amount of energy its body consumes, Deviljho is always in search of food sources. It is known to be cannibalistic, and is also prone to eating prey alive in order to waste as little time as possible in replenishing its energy. ↑ hide HABITAT Because of its nomadic nature, Deviljho is known to inhabit a wide variety of environments, such as Tundra, Deserted Island, and Volcano. Its presence is often disruptive to the natural ecosystem. ↑ hide OTHER NON-SUBSPECIES FORMS Savage Deviljho Main Article: Savage Deviljho Deviljho makes a return in Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate along with its variant known as Savage Deviljho (怒り喰らうイビルジョー). Savage Deviljho appears slightly different comparing to Deviljho when it is in its enraged state. ↑ hide GAME APPEARANCES Chronological Appearances First US / EU Appearance: First JP Appearance: Latest Appearance: (2010) (2009) (2015) Main Series Monster Hunter 3 Monster Hunter Portable 3rd Monster Hunter 3 G / Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate Monster Hunter 4 Monster Hunter 4 G / Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Frontier Series None Spin-Offs None ↑ hide IN-GAME DESCRIPTION Monster Hunter 3 The dreaded, nomadic Deviljho have no specific territory of their own. Their muscles swell if provoked, revealing old wounds. Needing to feed constantly due to high body heat, they can hunt nearby animals to extinction. Monster Hunter Portable 3rd 別名“恐暴竜”。特定のテリトリーを持たず、餌を求めて常にさまよい歩いている。非常に狂暴で、怒りの際には筋肉が大きく隆起し、古傷が浮かび上がる。また、高い体温を保つため常に捕食し続ける必要があり、周辺の生物を絶滅に追い込むこともあるという。 Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate The dreaded, nomadic Deviljho have no specific territory of their own. Their muscles swell if provoked, revealing old wounds. Needing to feed constantly due to high body heat, they can hunt nearby animals to extinction. Monster Hunter 4 別名”恐暴竜”。 特定のテリトリーを持たず、餌を求めて常にさまよい歩いている。 非常に狂暴で、怒りの際には筋肉が大きく隆起し、古傷が浮かび上がる。 また、高い体温を保つため常に捕食し続ける必要があり、周辺の生物を絶滅に追い込むこともあるという。 Threat Level (危険度): ★★★★★★ Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate The dreaded, nomadic Deviljho have no specific territory of their own. Their muscles swell if provoked, revealing old wounds. They need to feed constantly due to high body heat and can hunt nearby animals to extinction. Threat Level (危険度): ★★★★★★
  • Deviljho is a Brute Wyvern introduced in Monster Hunter 3. It is characterized by its insatiable hunger due to the extreme amount of energy its body consumes. Deviljho is nomadic in nature, and inhabits a wide variety of environments in its constant search for food. It is known to be cannibalistic and will even devour prey alive so as to waste as little time as possible in replenishing its body's energy. When provoked, Deviljho's back and shoulder muscles swell considerably and areas of its body take on a bright red coloration.
  • Deviljho is a Brute Wyvern introduced in Monster Hunter 3. File:MH4-Deviljho Render 001.png __TOC__
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