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Zinogre - Guide & Tips

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

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Zinogre - Tips & Tricks

Preparing For Zinogre

Watch Out For Super Charged Zinogre

Will Have Turf War With Other Monsters

Zinogre collect electric power from Thunderbugs and turn itself into Super Charged Zinogre. During this status, the range and power of its attack increases.

Bring Thunder Resistance

Zinogre's attack are thunder-based so bringing in armor and skills that can increase your protection against such attacks increases your chances of surviving. Don't forget to equip a Thunderproof Mantle whenever Zinogre charges itself.

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Has A Weakness To Ice

The Zinogre is weak to the ice element. Make sure to equip ice-type weapons and pair it with the Ice Attack skill in order to maximize the monster's weakness!

Zinogre- Weakness & Effective Damage Type

Zinogre- Weakness & Effective Damage Type
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The Zinogre has 3 weak points: its head, forelimbs, and tail. All of these parts are breakable along with the monster's back.

PartSeverBluntAmmo
Head★★★★★★★★★
Forelimbs★★・★★・★★・
Tail★★・★★・★★・

Elemental Affinity Reference Chart

FireWaterIce
★・・★★・★★★
ThunderDragon
×★・・

Status Effect Resistance Chart

PoisonSleepParalysisBlast
★★・★★・★・・★★・
StunExhaustMount-
★★・TBCTBC-

Zinogre - Recommended Loadout

Recommended Elemental Weapons

ElementsDescription
Ice★★★
Bring Ice-based weapons when fighting against Zinogre
Water★★・
Water is also effective against Zinogre

Recommended Skills

SkillRecommendation Criteria
Thunder ResistanceReduces the damage of Thunder-based attacks.
Stun ResistanceReduces the durationa or completely negates the effects of stuns.
EarplugsNegates the stunning effects of Zinogre'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

Zinogre - Moves & Counters

MovesDescription
Spinning AttackZinogre aggresively spins forward after charging
Tail SwipeZinogre swipes its tail, damaging those behind it
Rush AttackWill rush forward, hitting and damaging anything in front of it. Can turn around charge a second time
Frontal StrikeZinogre rears its forelegs, preparing to lunge at those in front
Body SlamZinogre slams itself into the ground while charged. Area of effect is small but deadly
Thunder Orb AttackZinogre hurls orbs of thunder to attack those around it. Zinogre only does this move when charged

More Aggressive When Charged

More Aggressive When Charged

Zinogre becomes more aggresive when it is in its charged state. As it has an increased range and area of effect damage, be more careful and mindful of your positioning when battling a charged Zinogre.

Hit Its Head To Stop Charge

Hit Its Head To Stop Charge

In order to stop the Zinogre from transitioning into its charged state, you can aim to hit its head. You can use your Clutch Claw to get into striking distance of the monster's head.

Tail Swipe Is Telegraphed

Tail Swipe Is Telegraphed

Once the Zinogre raises its tail, dodge away immediately. This is the telegraph of the monster's tail swipe attack. Despite it being a slow telegraph, the hit box is huge, meaning you should try to dodge as far as you can.

Keep An Eye On Zinogre After Rush

Keep An Eye On Zinogre After Rush

The Zinogre's charge attack can easily be dodged since it only attacks in a straight line. However, keep an eye on the monster as it can turn around and charge at you a second time!

Stay To The Side During Frontal Strike

Stay to the Side During Frontal Strike

When the Zinogre raises its front legs, its time for you to get out of the way. Best places to dodge to are to the monster's sides or rears. Be careful as this attack can cause shockwaves on certain terrain.

Body Slam Can Be Used To Counter

Body Slam Can Be Used To Counter

Due to the small area of effect, this attack can be dodged while staying close to the monster. Since the Zinogre will land on its back, you can use this as an opportunity to get a few hits in before it stands back up.

Orb Attack Has A Curved Trajectory

Orb Attack Has A Curved Trajectory

The Zinogre's Orb attack has a curved trajectory, making it more difficult to dodge. Once it slams its tail on the ground, dodge toward the monster to increase your chances of dodging the attack.

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