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Garuba Daora is a Burst Species Elder Dragon introduced in Monster Hunter Frontier G5.

FrontierGen-Garuba Daora Render 001


Garuba Daora's body is golden, with some ice crystal protrusions on its head, feet, tail and wings. Its overall body shape resembles its cousin, the Kushala Daora, but compared to it, its horns are larger, and has a different-shaped tail. It is also sightly bigger than Kushala Daora.


Just like Kushala Daora, Garuba Daora is able to manipulate winds and use them as a weapon. Garuba Daora is also covered by a gold dust found in the air around it, the uses of which are unknown. It is able to manipulate crystals at will, allowing it to both use them as a weapon and as a shield.


Garuba Daora's natural habitats are unknown, as it has only ever been sighted high in the sky, beyond the reach of most. Despite this, some hunters are able to encounter Garuba Daora on the Large Exploration Ship.

Game Appearances

Chronological Appearances
First US / EU Appearance: First JP Appearance: Latest Appearance:
None Logo-MHF-G5 (2014) Logo-MHF-Z (2016)

In-Game Description

Monster Hunter Frontier G9
FrontierGen-Garuba Daora Icon (?)

Music Theme

MHFG ガルバダオラ BGM

MHFG ガルバダオラ BGM

MHFG7: Garuba Daora Music Theme


  • Garuba Daora is a Burst Species (烈種) of Kushala Daora.
  • Garuba Daora's head and wings can be broken, and its tail can be severed and carved.
  • Garuba Daora's roar requires Earplugs to block.
  • Upon entering rage mode, Garuba will jump back and begin charging its crystals to then blast the entire area with light, crushing anything outside Garubas protective shield.

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