Check out this Tetsucabra guide for Monster Hunter Rise (Switch). Find out how to beat Tetsucabra, weakness, attack patterns, weak points, & status effects in MH Rise.All Monsters List
Tetsucabra Basic Information
Juvenile Form Spotted
|First Appearance||Monster Hunter 4|
We were able to spot a monster in the Jan 7th digital event which resembled a juvenile form of Tetsucabra! We think it's likely that its fully grown form will also show up in Monster Hunter Rise.See Tetsucabra Armor & Weapons Here
Characteristic Huge Fangs
The Tetsucabra has two characteristically large fangs which it uses to dig out massive stones from the ground to defend itself with. Of course, it also uses those fangs to bite at you as well.
Tail Is Weak When It Turns White
The Tetsucabra's tail will sometimes turn white, for example when it picks up a rock. At this point, its tail as its most fragile and should be targeted!
Watch Out For Iceblight & Fatigue
On a snowy map, the Tetsucabra's rock will actually turn into a snowball and you might get afflicted with Iceblight, which causes your stamina to decrease faster. Also, the liquid it spits out can cause fatigue as well
※ The following information is from past games in the series.
|Fangs (2), Back, Rear legs|
Breaking both fangs causes the boulders it picks up to become smaller
Water & Its Head Are Weak Points
Tetsucabra is particularly weak to the water element, although its head is also its weak point. Its legs are somewhat frail as well, and when it swells up its tail is also a vulnerable point. All in all, this monster has a lot of weak points and is fairly easy to deal damage to.