Check out this Monster Hunter World: Iceborne guide on how to beat Brute Tigrex! This includes its moves, weaknesses, material drops, recommended loadout, armor, hunting tips, & more!!!Check Out The All Monster List Here!
Brute Tigrex - Tips & Tricks
Brute Tigrex Overview
The Brute Tigrex is a Tigrex subspecies that has a different coloring from its normal variant. It's known for roars that have a wider range that can do more than normal damage.
Found In Guiding Lands
The Brute Tigrex can only be found in the Guiding Lands. Hunters need to reach Master Rank 70 and get to Rotten Region Level 6 to have the Brute Tigrex show up in the Guiding Lands.Check Out How To Access Guiding Lands!
Preparing For Brute Tigrex
Equip Earplugs Or Use Rocksteady Mantle
As with the normal version, the Brute Tigrex will continuously roar its way through the fight. Having Earplugs or using the Rocksteady Mantle will keep you mobile during the monster's shouts, helping you avoid any instant attacks from the monster.
Weak To Water Weapons
When facing the Brute Tigrex, make sure to bring your most powerful Water weapon. This monster has a high weakness to the Water element.
Break Head To Lower Roar Damage
If you break the Brute Tigrex's head, you'll lessen the damage caused by its roars. You can use your Slinger Burst & Clutch Claw attacks to effectively damage & wound this monster part.Check Out How To Use The Clutch Claw!
Bait Monster's Charges To Exhaust Itself
The Brute Tigrex will naturally exhaust itself when it does its continuous charges. Bait this move out so you can run and attack it when it stops to catch its breath.
Wear Temporal Mantle when Attempting to Flinch Shot
Since most of the Brute Tigrex's attacks are frontal, it's hard to stay attached to its head when attempting a Flinch Shot. This can be circumvented by wearing the Temporal Mantle before using the Clutch Claw.
Brute Tigrex - Weakness & Effective Damage Type
The Brute Tigrex has weak spots in 3 areas - its head, arms, and tail. The head and forelimbs are breakable while the tail can be cut off.
Effective Damage Type Per Weak Spot
Elemental Affinity Reference Chart
Status Effect Resistance Chart
Brute Tigrex - Recommended Loadout
Recommended Elemental Weapons
Water is the element that the Brute Tigrex is most weak to
You can also use Ice weapons to fight against the Brute Tigrex
|Use the monster's roar as an opportunity to attack. You will still get damaged if you are in front of the Tigrex when it roars and is enraged
|Increases defense & resistances at higher levels
Best Specialized Tools
|Recommended to bring this mantle as it can allow you avoid potentially deadly attacks
|Eliminates damage reactions, prevents wind effects, protects your hearing, and grants tremor resistance. You also receive less damage from attacks
|Increases the invulnerability window while evading and grants a temporary attack boost for evading a monster attack at the very last moment
Brute Tigrex - Moves & Counters
|Turns and charges at you multiple times. Keep running & move away to avoid getting hit.
|Roars loud & long. Can do damage when too near so stay away from its face when it roars
|Spins its body around, dealing area-of-effect damage. Roll away to avoid getting hit
|Monster drags its forelimbs to the front, tossing rocks towards Hunters. Watch for rocks' trajectory to dodge
Loud Roar Has Bigger Damage
The Brute Tigrex has a louder and more powerful roar than the Tigrex. Make sure to stay away from its facial area to avoid taking heavy damage.
Gets Tired After Charge Attacks
When the Brute Tigrex overexerts itself and keeps doing its charge attacks, it will get exhausted and may topple over. Bait this move to keep tiring the monster out, increasing the frequency of its topples.