Furious Rajang looks like an enraged Rajang. Its Rage mode shows that its fur stands up and it is visibly electrified by an electric aura.
Behavior and Abilities
Furious Rajang has the same abilities as its normal counterpart, only more powerful. It is also much more aggressive than a regular Rajang.
- Monster Hunter Freedom Unite (Introduced)
- Monster Hunter 4
- Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate
- Monster Hunter Generations
- Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate
- Monster Hunter World: Iceborne
MHWI Damage Effectiveness
For carves and materials from other games, see Furious Rajang Carves
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate
For more information, see Rajang and Furious Rajang Equipment
Other Non-Subspecies Forms
Main Article: Rajang
For more images, see Furious Rajang Photo Gallery
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- In order to get Rajang's horn in the reward box after battle, players must break off both of its horns during battle.
- Before the 4th Generation, Pitfall traps only work when Furious Rajang is not enraged, similar to Yian Garuga, but unlike the normal Rajang.
- Furious Rajang's roar requires Earplugs to block.
- Furious Rajang's tail cannot be broken, since its already broken, unlike the normal Rajang.
Monster Hunter Freedom Unite
- There is a special downloadable quest in which hunters must fight two of these Furious Rajangs at the same time in the Great Arena.
- It is also featured in the last G-Lvl Training School quest in MHFU.
- When Furious Rajang is in rage mode it cannot be put in a Pitfall Trap, but when it is in its normal state it can can be Pitfalled. This is the opposite to the normal Rajang.
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate
- Furious Rajang has its own Quest Icon, yet it does not have a separate name from an ordinary Rajang in-game.
- Furious Rajang can activate Rajang's new armor mode at will, while Rajang has to be in rage to activate this mode.
- High Rank Furious Rajang is unlocked at HR 30.
- G-Rank Furious Rajang is unlocked in 10* Caravan by following the Funky Felyne questline, and in the Elder Hall by hunting a total of 80 or more Fanged Beasts (not including Conga).
- Even though its roar can be blocked by normal Earplugs, while mounting it, one is still affected by the roar, so you have to hang onto the monster until the roar is over.
- Pitfall traps now only work when it is enraged like the normal Rajang.
Monster Hunter World: Iceborne
- Furious Rajang was added in the third Iceborne title update on March 23, 2020 (UTC) for console and April 9, 2020 (UTC) for PC.
- Unlike normal Rajang, Furious Rajang has to be in Rampage Mode in order for hunters to knock it out of rage mode.
- Furious Rajang's Rampage Mode is cancelled by hitting its head.
- Furious Rajang has two pins. In the first, the hunter is caught, slammed on the ground repeatedly, and carried into the air and is then body slammed. The second is similar, but with Furious Rajang using its thunder beam while the hunter is brought near his face. This pin can only happen while Furious Rajang is in Rampage Mode.
- Furious Rajang has a different flinch counter compared to Rajang. Instead of launching off the wall and slamming the ground, it instead uses a sweeping thunder beam attack.
- Furious Rajang shoots multiple thunder balls as opposed to one. These explode shortly after hitting the ground.
- Furious Rajang gains a new ranged attack in Rampage Mode where it will slam the ground and create electrical fault lines that explode.
Monster Hunter Explore
- It has a new attack that creates a tornado and inflicts bleeding.