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Fulgur Anjanath is a Subspecies of Anjanath first introduced in Monster Hunter World: Iceborne.


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.

Game Data


Hitzone Damage Data
Hitzone Cutting Damage Impact Damage Shot Damage
Nose 65 60 55
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)
Legs 30 (35)
(45 when wounded)
30 (35)
(45 when wounded)
10 (15)
(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
Element Weakness Damage Data
Hitzone Status Effect-Fireblight MH4 Icon.png Fire Status Effect-Waterblight MH4 Icon.png Water Status Effect-Thunderblight MH4 Icon.png Thunder Status Effect-Iceblight MH4 Icon.png Ice Status Effect-Dragonblight MH4 Icon.png Dragon
Nose 15 (15) 20 (35) 0 (0) 30 (20) 10 (10)
Head 10 (10) 15 (25) 0 (0) 25 (15) 5 (5)
Neck 5 (5) 15 (20) 0 (0) 20 (15) 5 (5)
Wings 15 (15) 20 (35) 0 (0) 30 (20) 10 (10)
Torso 5 (5) 10 (15) 0 (0) 15 (10) 0 (0)
Legs 5 (5) 10 (15) 0 (0) 15 (10) 0 (0)
Tail 10 (10) 15 (20) 0 (0) 20 (15)
(15 when wouned)
5 (5)
Notes: Value numbers in () is when charged, unless stated otherwise
Abnormal Status Data
Status Buildup Decay Damage/Duration Other
Poison 150 + 100 → 550 -5 / 10 seconds 320 damage / 20 seconds -
Paralysis 180 + 130 → 570 -5 / 10 seconds 0 damage / 10 seconds -
Sleep 150 + 100 → 550 -5 / 10 seconds 0 damage / 40 seconds -
Blastblight 120 + 90 → 1920 - 100 damage / 0 seconds -
Exhaustion 225 + 75 → 900 -5 / 10 seconds 150 drain / 0 seconds -
Stun 150 + 120 → 630 -5 / 10 seconds 0 damage / 7 seconds -
Dizziness - - 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 -
Capture 150 + 200 -5 / 5 seconds - -
Mount 50 + 100 → 550 - - -
Elderseal No effect

Game Appearances

Main Series


In-Game Description

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne
MHWI-Fulgur Anjanath Icon.png Feared as the “Thunderjaw Wyvern”, this Anjanath subspecies electrifies its jaws and dorsal membrane with every blow.
Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin
MHST2-Fulgur Anjanath Icon.png An extremely adaptable subspecies of Anjanath that electrifies its jaws and dorsal membrane with every blow rendering them even stronger.


This section is about monster materials obtained from hunting Fulgur Anjanath in Monster Hunter World: Iceborne. For detailed lists, see Fulgur Anjanath Carves.

Master Rank

Name Rarity Price
MHW-Scale Icon White.png
Fulgur Anjanath Shard
Rare-10 2900z
Very rare Fulgur Anjanath material. Mostly obtained by carving. Broadly used for many purposes.
MHW-Hide Icon White.png
Fulgur Anjanath Thickfur
Rare-10 4400z
Very rare Fulgur Anjanath material. Mostly obtained as a reward. Used to craft gear.
MHW-Claw Icon White.png
Fulgur Anjanath Hardfang
Rare-10 5900z
Very rare Fulgur Anjanath material. Obtained by breaking its head. Used in many weapons.
MHW-Bone Icon White.png
Heavy Fulgur Anjanath Nosebone
Rare-10 6100z
Very rare Fulgur Anjanath material. Obtained by breaking its head. Has a unique composition.
MHW-Tail Icon White.png
Fulgur Anjanath Lash
Rare-10 6000z
Very rare Fulgur Anjanath material. Obtained by carving its severed tail. Used to craft gear.
MHW-Mantle Icon White.png
Fulgur Anjanath Mantle
Rare-11 15000z
Very rare Fulgur Anjanath material. Used to craft weapons powerful enough to take over the world.
Guiding Lands Only
MHW-Hide Icon White.png
Crackling Thunderpelt
Rare-10 3500z
Very rare Fulgur Anjanath material. The Guiding Lands' energy fortifies the monsters living there.
MHW-Hide Icon White.png
Tempered Thunderpelt
Rare-10 5500z
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.

Fulgur Anjanath materials can be used to craft two different armor sets: Fulgur α+ Armor and Fulgur β+ Armor.

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 MHWI-Anteka Icon.png Anteka MHW-Apceros Icon.png Apceros MHW-Aptonoth Icon.png Aptonoth MHW-Gastodon Icon.png Gastodon MHW-Kelbi Icon.png Kelbi MHW-Kestodon Icon.png Kestodon MHW-Mosswine Icon.png Mosswine MHWI-Popo Icon.png Popo
Fish MHW-Gajau Icon.png Gajau
Lynian MHWI-Boaboa Icon.png Boaboa MHW-Felyne Icon.png Felyne MHW-Gajalaka Icon.png Gajalaka MHW-Grimalkyne Icon.png Grimalkyne
Fanged Beast MHWI-Rajang Icon.png Rajang MHWI-Furious Rajang Icon.png Furious Rajang
Neopteron MHW-Hornetaur Icon.png Hornetaur MHW-Vespoid Icon.png Vespoid
Bird Wyvern MHW-Kulu-Ya-Ku Icon.png Kulu-Ya-Ku MHW-Pukei-Pukei Icon.png Pukei-Pukei MHWI-Coral Pukei-Pukei Icon.png Coral Pukei-Pukei MHW-Tzitzi-Ya-Ku Icon.png Tzitzi-Ya-Ku MHWI-Yian Garuga Icon.png Yian Garuga MHWI-Scarred Yian Garuga Icon.png Scarred Yian Garuga
Brute Wyvern MHW-Anjanath Icon.png Anjanath MHWI-Fulgur Anjanath Icon.png Fulgur Anjanath MHWI-Banbaro Icon.png Banbaro MHW-Barroth Icon.png Barroth MHWI-Brachydios Icon.png Brachydios MHWI-Raging Brachydios Icon.png Raging Brachydios MHW-Deviljho Icon.png Deviljho MHWI-Savage Deviljho Icon.png Savage Deviljho MHWI-Glavenus Icon.png Glavenus MHWI-Acidic Glavenus Icon.png Acidic Glavenus MHW-Radobaan Icon.png Radobaan MHW-Uragaan Icon.png Uragaan
Fanged Wyvern MHW-Girros Icon.png Girros MHW-Jagras Icon.png Jagras MHW-Shamos Icon.png Shamos MHWI-Wulg Icon.png Wulg
MHW-Dodogama Icon.png Dodogama MHW-Great Girros Icon.png Great Girros MHW-Great Jagras Icon.png Great Jagras MHW-Odogaron Icon.png Odogaron MHWI-Ebony Odogaron Icon.png Ebony Odogaron MHW-Tobi-Kadachi Icon.png Tobi-Kadachi MHWI-Viper Tobi-Kadachi Icon.png Viper Tobi-Kadachi MHWI-Zinogre Icon.png Zinogre MHWI-Stygian Zinogre Icon.png Stygian Zinogre
Piscine Wyvern MHWI-Beotodus Icon.png Beotodus MHW-Jyuratodus Icon.png Jyuratodus MHW-Lavasioth Icon.png Lavasioth
Wingdrake MHW-Barnos Icon.png Barnos MHWI-Cortos Icon.png Cortos MHW-Mernos Icon.png Mernos MHW-Noios Icon.png Noios MHW-Raphinos Icon.png Raphinos
Flying Wyvern MHWI-Barioth Icon.png Barioth MHWI-Frostfang Barioth Icon.png Frostfang Barioth MHW-Bazelgeuse Icon.png Bazelgeuse MHWI-Seething Bazelgeuse Icon.png Seething Bazelgeuse MHW-Diablos Icon.png Diablos MHW-Black Diablos Icon.png Black Diablos MHW-Legiana Icon.png Legiana MHWI-Shrieking Legiana Icon.png Shrieking Legiana MHWI-Nargacuga Icon.png Nargacuga MHW-Paolumu Icon.png Paolumu MHWI-Nightshade Paolumu Icon.png Nightshade Paolumu MHW-Rathalos Icon.png Rathalos MHW-Azure Rathalos Icon.png Azure Rathalos MHWI-Silver Rathalos Icon.png Silver Rathalos MHW-Rathian Icon.png Rathian MHW-Pink Rathian Icon.png Pink Rathian MHWI-Gold Rathian Icon.png Gold Rathian MHWI-Tigrex Icon.png Tigrex MHWI-Brute Tigrex Icon.png Brute Tigrex
Elder Dragon MHWI-Alatreon Icon.png Alatreon MHW-Behemoth Icon.png Behemoth MHWI-Fatalis Icon.png Fatalis MHW-Kirin Icon.png Kirin MHW-Kulve Taroth Icon.png Kulve Taroth MHW-Kushala Daora Icon.png Kushala Daora MHW-Lunastra Icon.png Lunastra MHWI-Namielle Icon.png Namielle MHW-Nergigante Icon.png Nergigante MHWI-Ruiner Nergigante Icon.png Ruiner Nergigante MHWI-Safi'jiiva Icon.png Safi'jiiva MHWI-Shara Ishvalda Icon.png Shara Ishvalda MHW-Teostra Icon.png Teostra MHW-Vaal Hazak Icon.png Vaal Hazak MHWI-Blackveil Vaal Hazak Icon.png Blackveil Vaal Hazak MHWI-Velkhana Icon.png Velkhana MHW-Xeno'jiiva Icon.png Xeno'jiiva MHW-Zorah Magdaros Icon.png Zorah Magdaros
Relict MHW-Leshen Icon.png Leshen MHW-Ancient Leshen Icon.png Ancient Leshen