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Khezu Guide - Weakness & How To Fight Guide

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Khezu is a wyvern monster in Monster Hunter Rise (Switch). Read this guide to know Khezu's weakness, attack patterns, element, low & high rank drops, & how to fight in MH Rise!!

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Khezu - Overview

Khezu Overview

Map Location - Where Does It Spawn?

MapSpawnNest
Frost Islands5,1212

Blind Wyvern Monster

Don't let its blindness fool you. Khezu has very sharp hearing capabilities, making it more than capable to take down multiple hunters. It also has various counterattacks to deter melee users from attacking it.

Can Stun & Paralyze

Khezu can inflict 2 damaging status effects: stun and paralysis. Watch out for these 2 moves when fighting it as getting inflicted by either of them leaves you open to more damaging attacks.

Khezu - Weakness & Breakable Parts

Effective Attack Type Per Weak Spot

* Based on actual battles in the game!!

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Weakness Details

Weakness Details

PartBreaking ConditionsEssence
HeadAttack to flinch Khezu twice to breakRed
Neck-Red
Torso-Orange
Wings-White
LegsAttack to flinch Khezu twice to breakWhite
Tail-Orange

Status Ailments & Blight

Item Effectiveness

Khezu - Drops & Materials

Items From High Rank Khezu

Target RewardThunder Sac (21%)
Suspicious Fang+ (20%)
Pearl Hide (14%)
Pale Extract (14%)
Monster Keenbone (12%)
Pale Bone (10%)
Wyvern Gem (1%)

Get By Carving

Carve - BodyPearl Hide (37%)
Suspicious Fang+ (24%)
Thunder Sac (20%)
Pale Extract (19%)
Capture RewardPearl Hide (37%)
Suspicious Fang+ (24%)
Thunder Sac (20%)
Pale Extract (19%)
HeadSuspicious Fang+ (52%[2x])
Pale Extract (20%[2x])
Pale Bone (16%)
Pale Khezu Steak (12%)
LegsPearl Hide (100%)
Normal DropsWyvern Tear (20%)
Large Wyvern Tear (30%)
Pale Extract (22%[2x])
Suspicious Fang+ (27%)
Wyvern Gem (1%)
Wyvern Ride DropsPale Extract (30%[2x])
Suspicious Fang+ (20%)
Pearl Hide (50%)
Random DropsPale Extract (70%)
Wyvern Tear (10%)
Large Wyvern Tear (20%)

Items From Low Rank Khezu

Target RewardSuspicious Fang (29%[2x])
Pale Extract (20%)
Flabby Hide (1x / 2x for 15%)
Electro Sac (18%)
Monster Bone M (10%)
Pale Bone (8%)

Get By Carving

Carve - BodyFlabby Hide (36%)
Pale Extract (28%)
Suspicious Fang (21%)
Electro Sac (15%)
Capture RewardSuspicious Fang (33%)
Pale Extract (23%[2x])
Electro Sac (18%[2x])
Flabby Hide (16%)
Pale Bone (10%)
HeadSuspicious Fang (60%[2x])
Pale Extract (28%)
Pale Bone (12%)
LegsFlabby Hide (100%)
Normal DropsWyvern Tear (50%)
Pale Extract (30%)
Suspicious Fang (20%)
Wyvern Ride DropsPale Extract (40%)
Flabby Hide (40%)
Suspicious Fang (20%)
Random DropsPale Extract (80%)
Wyvern Tear (20%)

Khezu - How To Fight Tips & Tricks

1Prepare for stun and paralyze status effects
2Beware of enraged Khezu
3Hit Khezu when it hangs to force it to drop
4Attack when tired

Prepare For Stun & Paralyze

Paralyze and stun

Khezu's electric attacks can inflict Thunderblight, making it easier to stun the player. Also, getting caught by Khezu's breath attack can inflict paralyze. If increasing your Thunder Resistance is difficult, bring and use Nulberrys to cure Thunderblight.

Beware Of Enraged Khezu

 enraged Khezu

Khezu normally moves slowly but it completely becomes nimble once it becomes enraged. Be wary when attacking as Khezu can easily do counterattacks when enraged, so mix up your movements with rolls to keep away from its deadly attacks!

Hit Khezu To Cause It To Drop

khezu drop

In areas such as caves, Khezu can use the ceiling to get away and attack from above. Although not dangerous, it can still make your quest longer as it can be difficult to hit Khezu during this form. Use Wirebugs and continue to damage Khezu to make it fall to the ground.

Attack When Tired

attack when tired

When completely exhausted, Khezu becomes incredibly slow. It can also be seen trying to fire dud breath attacks and releasing shorter electric shocks. Take advantage of this weakness and pummel it with your attacks.

Khezu - Attack & Hunting Guide

1Attack the head during breath attacks
└ Watch out for the breath combo
2Guard against the electric shock
└ Be careful of the 2-hit combo
3Maintain distance to dodge the bite
4Dodge the electrified bite
5Watch out for the dive attack

Attack The Head During Breath Attacks

Khezu has an attack where it jumps a short distance backwards to do a breath attack. Roll with Khezu to the side of its head and attack it while it does its breath attack.

For The 2-Breath Combo, Attack After The 2nd One

Aside from the single-shot breath attack, Khezu can also use 2 breath attacks in quick succession. When doing this 2-breath move, Khezu's first breath attack is shorter so attack only once the 2nd one begins.

Guard Against The Electric Shock

Khezu's electric shock, once guarded against, does not deal any additional damage during the rest of its duration. Similarly, if you do get hit, you can do a Wirefall to get back beside Khezu to hit it.

Maintain Distance To Dodge The Bite

Snapping back at its targets, Khezu elongates its neck then moves it to either side to hit its attackers. This move is very similar to most snap/bite attacks from other Wyvern monsters. If you find yourself near Khezu, run away and maintain distance until the attack ends. Otherwise, get in and hit its torso if you find yourself directly beside it.

Dodge The Electrified Bite

Khezu bites forward, unleashing electric shocks once it bites into a target. It can be easily mistaken for a different move, making it dangerous. However, once you get used to Khezu's posturing before the attack, quickly dodge away and wait for the attack to end before going in to strike.

Watch Out For The Dive Attack

When it clings to the ceiling, Khezu's most dangerous attack is its dive attack. It specifically targets players and covers a lot of ground, not to mention that it is also fast. While not incredibly damaging, getting dived on can leave you open to further attacks. Reduce your chances of getting hit by running around whenever Khezu clings to the ceiling.

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