Read this Monster Hunter World: Iceborne guide on how to defeat Jyuratodus. Learn Jyuratodus's weaknesses, recommended loadout, hunting tips, its moves and how to counter them!
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Jyuratodus - Tips and Tricks
Positioning - Avoid its Front
Jyuratodus's damaging attacks mainly comes from its front, and has surprisingly little moves against hunters that's not directly facing it. Avoid its front and you'll be fine.
Prepare for the Environment
When fighting Jyuratodus, water will slow you down(even your dodge) without proper gear, while Jyuratodus will utilize the mud to ambush you. Items with Aquatic Expert Skills will mitigate this.
Hit the Head and Tail
Jyuratodus's head and tail are its weak spots. Stun is also effective versus Jyuratodus, so bashing its head with a stunning weapon can down it in no time.
Don't touch the Mud Pile
Jyuratodus will spit out mounds of mud which will stay for a while. If you walk in/get hit with it, the mud will give you Water Blight, causing you to be locked in place and take increased Water damage, so stay away from them.
Break off Its Mud Layer for Easier Fight
Jyuratodus' mud layer can be broken off to expose its body. Attacking the exposed parts will deal more damage. Mud Layer can be broken faster by using Puddle Pods, obtained by gathering Watermoss in the field.Check out Jyuratodus Monster Info Here!
Jyuratodus - Weakness Charts
Effective Damage Type Per Weak Spot
Elemental Affinity Reference Chart
Based off of Jyuratodus's elemental resistance without dirt. () = When in Dirt
Elemental Resistance Differed With Dirt
The Jyuratodus's elemental resistance may change depending on whether or not it has dirt on its body. Its weakness may dip towards the water element if it is covered in dirt.
Status Effect Resistance Chart
Item Weakness & Resistance Chart
|Screamer Pod||✓ (Only when submerged)|
Jyuratodus - Recommended Loadout
Recommended Elemental Weapons
Thunder is the most effective element against Jyuratodus. However, Jyuratodus becomes immune to it when coated in mud.
While not particularly effective, Ice & Dragon is doable for those hunters that don't want to juggle elements when facing Jyuratodus's mud mechanics
Jyuratodus is resistant to Water. Do not bring Water-based weapons.
|Thunder Attack||This skill boosts your weapon's Thunder attacks, exploiting the Jyuratodus's weakness to Thunder.|
|Weakness Exploit||You'll deal more damage to the Jyuratodus's weak areas with this skill.|
|Aquatic Expert||Prevents from being slowed down by the water, making the fight easier|
|Shock Trap||Shocks monster to stay still for a few seconds|
|Pitfall Trap||Drops monster into pitfall for a few seconds|
|Mega Barrel Bomb||Deals explosive damage to monster when triggered|
|Flash Pod||Stuns monster for a few seconds with flash of light|
|Forces burrowing creatures to emerge.|
|Nulberry||Instant recovery from Water Blight|
Bring Items to Counter the Environment
Jyuratodus's muddy habitat is a challenge on its own to hunters, as it would sap hunter's stamina and cause debuffs. Aside from Traps and Barrel Bombs, hunters should bring items that would address the environmental hazards.
Best Specialized Tools
|Waterproof Mantle||Reduces water damage, nullifies waterblight, reduces mobility restrictions in muck and negates them entirely for deep water.|
|Rocksteady Mantle||Reduces damage from attacks. Negates scream, wind, & tremor effects to an extent.|
|Evasion Mantle||Increases the invulnerability window while evading. Allows more efficient dodges, so you can keep attacking more.|
Jyuratodus - Moves & Counters
|Crawl Charge||Crawls quickly in a charge. Dodge to its right/left to evade.|
|Bite||Comes at the hunter with a biting attack. Dodge to its right/left to evade.|
|Mud Spit||Spits out mud piles. Avoid getting hit and walking into the piles.|
|Subterranean Burst||Dives into the mud for a few seconds and come bursting out where the hunter was last standing. Keep running left or right when its submerged.|
Pop a Nulberry when You're Muddied
Jyuratodus's Mud will cause the Water Blight debuff. Use a Nulberry to cancel out its effects.
Nerver Stay in One Place When its Submerged
Submerged in mud, Jyuratodus would come bursting out of the ground at where the hunter was standing. Run left or right and never stop when Jyuratodus is submerged. Or, force it out with a Screamer Pod.Check out Jyuratodus's Rewards & Crafting Item lists here!