Fulgur Anjanath retains many of the characteristics the ordinary species is known for, having the general appearance of a predatory dinosaur. However, unlike its counterpart, Fulgur Anjanath sports a bright white fur on portions of its body, as well as a much brighter, light grey colored hide. Its head is a vibrant orange color. Dark grey stripes cover large portions of Fulgur Anjanath's body, extending from the head all the way to its tail.
The usually hidden 'wings' are of the same light grey color as the rest of the body on the outside, while having a purplish-blue coloration on the inside, which is adorned by blue crackles of electricity once the Fulgur Anjanath is charged up. Once in this charged-up state, the nasal crest and inside of Fulgur Anjanath's mouth are illuminated from the inside by a bright blue light.
Behavior and Abilities
Much like the ordinary species, Fulgur Anjanath uses its powerful jaws and legs to strike down and overpower foes. Its main difference, however, is a unique affinity for the Thunder Element. It generates electric energy with a special organ in its body, utilizing it in combination with its already great physical strength. When charged up, its mucus will also be electrified, allowing Fulgur Anjanath to hurl it at opponents.
With this sheer strength and elemental prowess, Fulgur Anjanath is well capable of holding its own against many top-tier predators like Barioth or Tigrex, while overpowering monsters like Viper Tobi-Kadachi.
|Hitzone Damage Data|
|Hitzone||Cutting Damage||Impact Damage||Shot Damage|
|Head||60 (55)||60 (55)||45 (45)|
|Neck||30 (23)||30 (23)||10 (10)|
|Wings||65 (55)||45 (40)||55 (50)|
|Torso||30 (23)||30 (23)||45 (40)|
(45 when wounded)
(45 when wounded)
(50 when wounded)
|Tail||60 (55)||60 (55)||75 (70)|
|Breakable Parts:||Head, Legs(independently), Tail(sever)|
|Notes: Value numbers in () is when charged, unless stated otherwise|
|Abnormal Status Data|
|Poison||-5 / 10 seconds||320 damage / 20 seconds||-|
|Paralysis||-5 / 10 seconds||0 damage / 10 seconds||-|
|Sleep||-5 / 10 seconds||0 damage / 40 seconds||-|
|Blastblight||-||100 damage / 0 seconds||-|
|-5 / 10 seconds||150 drain / 0 seconds||-|
|Stun||-5 / 10 seconds||0 damage / 7 seconds||-|
|-||-||0 damage / 20→16→12→8 seconds||-|
|Dung||-||-||0 damage / 30 seconds||-|
|Pitfall Trap||-||-||10→8→6→4→2 seconds||-|
|Shock Trap||-||-||8→6→4→2 seconds||-|
|Ivy Trap||-||-||0 damage / 8 seconds||-|
|150 + 200||-5 / 5 seconds||-||-|
- Monster Hunter World: Iceborne (Introduced)
This section is about monster materials obtained from hunting Fulgur Anjanath in Monster Hunter World: Iceborne. For detailed lists, see Fulgur Anjanath Carves.
|Very rare Fulgur Anjanath material. Mostly obtained by carving. Broadly used for many purposes.|
|Very rare Fulgur Anjanath material. Mostly obtained as a reward. Used to craft gear.|
|Very rare Fulgur Anjanath material. Obtained by breaking its head. Used in many weapons.|
|Very rare Fulgur Anjanath material. Obtained by breaking its head. Has a unique composition.|
|Very rare Fulgur Anjanath material. Obtained by carving its severed tail. Used to craft gear.|
|Very rare Fulgur Anjanath material. Used to craft weapons powerful enough to take over the world.|
|Guiding Lands Only|
|Very rare Fulgur Anjanath material. The Guiding Lands' energy fortifies the monsters living there.|
|Very rare Tempered Fulgur Anjanath material. A product of the brutal power struggle in the Guiding Lands.|
This section is about Equipments made from Fulgur Anjanath materials in Monster Hunter World: Iceborne. For more information, see Fulgur Anjanath Equipment.
The following is a complete weapon list for Fulgur Anjanath weapons:
|Great Sword||Long Sword||Sword and Shield|
|Dual Blades||Hammer||Hunting Horn|
|Gunlance||Switch Axe||Insect Glaive|
|Light Bowgun||Heavy Bowgun||Bow|
- Fulgur Anjanath is the first Brute Wyvern in the entire Monster Hunter franchise (counting Spin-offs, the Frontier Series, Online and Collaboration projects) to ever utilize the Thunder Element.
- Fulgur Anjanath is actually M4 star tier, like Acidic Glavenus and Azure Rathalos, making it 2 tiers higher than the regular Anjanath, unlike most subspecies which are only 1 tier higher than their normal counterpart.
- To get rid of Fulgur Anjanath's electrical charge, hunters must attack its face. Like its cousin, Fulgur Anjanath will fall over and be open to attacks once it has lost its charge.
- If Fulgur Anjanath is not knocked out of its charged state after some time has passed, it will perform a powerful lunging attack that will release all of its charge at once.
|▷ Monsters appearing in Monster Hunter World: Iceborne (edit)|
|Herbivore||Anteka Apceros Aptonoth Gastodon Kelbi Kestodon Mosswine Popo|
|Lynian||Boaboa Felyne Gajalaka Grimalkyne|
|Fanged Beast||Rajang Furious Rajang|
|Bird Wyvern||Kulu-Ya-Ku Pukei-Pukei Coral Pukei-Pukei Tzitzi-Ya-Ku Yian Garuga Scarred Yian Garuga|
|Brute Wyvern||Anjanath Fulgur Anjanath Banbaro Barroth Brachydios Raging Brachydios Deviljho Savage Deviljho Glavenus Acidic Glavenus Radobaan Uragaan|
|Fanged Wyvern|| Girros Jagras Shamos Wulg|
Dodogama Great Girros Great Jagras Odogaron Ebony Odogaron Tobi-Kadachi Viper Tobi-Kadachi Zinogre Stygian Zinogre
|Piscine Wyvern||Beotodus Jyuratodus Lavasioth|
|Wingdrake||Barnos Cortos Mernos Noios Raphinos|
|Flying Wyvern||Barioth Frostfang Barioth Bazelgeuse Seething Bazelgeuse Diablos Black Diablos Legiana Shrieking Legiana Nargacuga Paolumu Nightshade Paolumu Rathalos Azure Rathalos Silver Rathalos Rathian Pink Rathian Gold Rathian Tigrex Brute Tigrex|
|Elder Dragon||Alatreon Behemoth Fatalis Kirin Kulve Taroth Kushala Daora Lunastra Namielle Nergigante Ruiner Nergigante Safi'jiiva Shara Ishvalda Teostra Vaal Hazak Blackveil Vaal Hazak Velkhana Xeno'jiiva Zorah Magdaros|
|Relict||Leshen Ancient Leshen|