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Fulgur Anjanath - Guide & Tips

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Check out this Monster Hunter World: Iceborne guide on how to beat Fulgur Anjanath! This includes its moves, weaknesses, material drops, recommended loadout, armor, hunting tips, & more!

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Fulgur Anjanath - Tips & Tricks

Uses Lightning To Power Up

Uses Lightning To Power Up

Instead of directly using lightning as attacks, the Fulgur Anjanath will use it to power up it body and physical attacks. This means that its physical attacks will have lightning-based elemental damage.

Has Turf War With Tigrex

Has Turf War With Tigrex

In one of the MHW: Iceborne trailers, you can spot the Fulgur Anjanath having a Turf War with the Tigrex. This shows that it can probably have Turf Wars with other monsters as well.

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Preparing For Fulgur Anjanath

Has A Weakness To Ice In Normal State

The Fulgur Anjanath has a weakness to Ice Element. If you have an Ice weapon, it is recommended to use it for the fight. Use your Ice Weapon in conjunction with the Ice Attack skill to maximize your elemental damage output against the monster!

Will Take More Damage From Water Attacks

Another viable element against the Fulgur Anjanath is water. Take note that Water will only be effective when the Fulgur Anjanath is enraged. If you do not have a thunder weapon, you can opt to use water weapons to deal damage!

Increase Thunder Element Resistance

It is recommended to equip a loadout that will increase your resistance to the thunder element. With a higher resistance to thunder attacks, you will be able to lessen the damage taken from most of the Fulgur Anjanath's attacks!

Fulgur Anjanath - Weakness & Effective Damage Type

Fulgur Anjanath - Weakness & Effective Damage Type
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The Fulgur Anjanath is weak in 2 spots: its head and tail. Both of these areas are breakable, with the addition of its hindleg claws.


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Fulgur Anjanath - Recommended Loadout

Recommended Elemental Weapons

Ice & Water★★★
Depending on its state, Anjanath can be weak to either Ice (normal) or Water (enraged)
Fire is effective on Fulgur Anjanath regardless of its state

Recommended Skills

SkillRecommendation Criteria
Thunder ResistanceReduces the damage of Thunder-based attacks.
EarplugsNegates the stunning effects of Fulgur Anjanath's roars.

Best Specialized Tools

ToolTool Effect
Temporal MantleTemporal MantleRecommended to bring as it allows you to avoid potentially deadly attacks
Thunderproof MantleThunderproof MantleReduces thunder damage and nullifies thunderblight and paralysis.
Evasion mantleEvasion MantleExtends the invulnerability window during evasion
Rocksteady MantleRocksteady Mantle Reduces damage from attacks and negates scream, wind, & tremor effects to an extent

Fulgur Anjanath - Moves & Counters

Spinning AttackFulgur Anjanath spins, dealing heavy damage with its tail. Evade when it readies by raising its tail.
Side SlamFulgur Anjanath shoves with the full weight of its body. Dodge when it starts rearing.
StompElectrified stomp. Dodge once it starts to lift its leg.
Electrified ChargedFulgur Anjanath opens its mouth and charges forward, trampling those caught in its path. Quickly roll towards the sides to evade this attack.
Thunder BreathFulgur Anjanath shoots thunder from its mouth. The balls of thunder are slow and are easy to dodge.

Hits Harder When Enraged

Hits Harder When Enraged

Fulgur Anjanath charges itself when enraged, making itself faster and capable of dealing stronger damage. The frequency of its Thunder Breath also increases in this state, so be extra vigilant when fighting a charged Fulgur Anjanath.

Dodge Away To Evade Spin Attack's Range

Dodge Away To Avoid Spin Attack

The Fulgur Anjanath's spin attack has a wide range due to its tail. When it telegraphs this attack by raising its tail, dodge backwards to avoid getting hit by its tail. Alternatively, you can opt to block the attack if you are able.

Move To The Side To Dodge Side Slam

The Anjanath will often do this move. The attack has a wide range as the tail has a chance to hit you when it rushes toward you. Make sure to dodge away a great distance to avoid getting hit by this attack's large hitbox.

Electrified Charge Is Easily Telegraphed

Electrified Charge Is Easily Telegraphed

The Fulgur Anjanath will telegraph this attack by rearing its head back and opening its mouth wide. You can easily dodge this attack since the telegraph is hard to miss. However, it may do this attack successively so keep an eye on the monster after dodging.

Thunder Breath Is A Small Projectile Attack

Thunder Breath Is A Small Projectile Attack

Despite being a ranged attack, the Thunder Breath is only a small projectile that can be dodged easily. However, make sure to avoid its point of impact as it can become electrified and deal damage to you!

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If you do not have a thunder weapon, you can opt to use water weapons to deal damage!

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