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Glavenus are Brute Wyverns first introduced in Monster Hunter Generations.


Physiology

Glavenus is a large Brute Wyvern with dark red scales covering its body. Two rows of blue, bony plates run along its back, going from the eyes to the tail. Its underside is more of a cream color. The main feature of Glavenus's physiology is its huge, sword-like tail. The tail has originally the same color as its back plates, although it will turn a rusty color or a fiery red during the battle. Its hind legs are powerful and muscular, while its front legs are much smaller and mostly useless. The face and jaws are covered in sturdy plating, particularly resembling a Carnotaurus' head, though the arms and proportions are modeled after Tyrannosaurus.

Abilities

Glavenus is able to sharpen its blade-like tail in its mouth to give itself the ability to create fiery explosions with its tail. These explosions not only give Glavenus much greater range with some of its attacks, but also make them more powerful. Glavenus is also able to breathe fire projectiles from its mouth.

Behavior

Glavenus are relentless and aggressive predators. Glavenus oftens drags its tail across the ground and roars at the foe, revealing the heat and fire glowing in it's throat. This shows the enemy that it uses fire as a weapon in an attempt to scare them off. Not only are they considered one of the strongest Brute Wyverns, they are even believed to be the smartest ones around.

Habitat

Glavenus has been seen inhabiting deep forested areas like the Jurassic Frontier and Jungle, arid deserts like the Dunes and Desert, and volcanic areas like the Volcano and the Volcanic Hollow. They can also be found wandering the Tower 3.

Etymology

Glavenus's Japanese name (Dinovaldo) is a reference to Dinosaur (恐竜), Nova (ノバ), and Halberd (ハルベルド).


Other Non-Subspecies

Hellblade Glavenus

MHXX-Hellblade Glavenus Render 001

Main Article: Hellblade Glavenus

A Deviant of Glavenus first appearing in Monster Hunter Generations.


Game Appearances

Chronological Appearances
First US / EU Appearance: First JP Appearance: Latest Appearance:
Logo-MHGen (2016) Logo-MHX JP (2015) Logo-MHW (2018)

In-Game Description

Monster Hunter Generations
MHGen-Glavenus Icon A brute wyvern that can bring its mighty tail down on foes like a massive sword, decimating them in an explosion of flames created from the volatile components found in its scales. If its tail dulls from accumulated soot, a Glavenus will use its fangs to resharpen it.
Threat Level (危険度): ★★★★★
Monster Hunter World: Iceborne
MHW-Unknown Monster Icon A brute wyvern that wields its heavy blue tail like a blade. It grows hotter and more keen with each strike until it glows red.

Music Themes

MHGen: Glavenus Theme
MHGen-Glavenus Theme


Notes


  • Glavenus's concept was a Land-Based Rathalos.[1]
  • Glavenus's overall design was to give it the appearance of a glimmering flame.[2]
  • To make Glavenus different from other monsters, the developers chose to give its tail three phases; Sharpened, Heated, and Dull.[3]
  • Glavenus' arms and back can be wounded, head can be wounded twice and its tail can be wounded and severed.
    • Glavenus's tail can only be severed when it is heated.
    • When Glavenus's tail is severed, it actually deals damage to hunters when it lands.
  • When enraged, Glavenus's back spikes will turn red and red veins will glow on its legs. Smoke will also come out of its mouth.
  • When fatigued, it will fail to spit fire projectiles from its mouth. It will also trip after doing some of its tail-based attacks.
    • Rarely, Glavenus will attempt to pin down hunters like Deviljho.
    • It will prey on Larinoth to recover stamina.
  • Glavenus' roar requires Earplugs to block.
  • In-game, the Glavenus encountered are always male.[4]
  • If its throat is attacked while it's glowing red, Glavenus will fall over and drop a shiny, and the throat will turn back to normal.
  • G-Rank Glavenus gains two new attacks: a slow and telegraphed but powerful tail slam, and a quick tail slam that follows from a side bite. It can also use its pin even when not tired.


External Links

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