Great Baggi Discussion SYMBOL Talk

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This is merely a plausible explanation for the monster(s) in this article, and may or may not be considered canon to the series.

In-Game Information

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Carnivorous bird wyverns like the Jaggi. Noted for their projecting cranial crests and bluish-white skin that's adapted to snow. Great Baggi craftily command other Baggi to surround their prey and stun them with a tranquilizing fluid.


  • Order: Saurischia
  • Suborder: Bird Feet
  • Infraorder: Runner Wyvern
  • Superfamily: Dog Wyvern
  • Family: Baggi

Great Baggi is the dominant form of male Baggi, they acquire the title 'Great Baggi' when they are fully grown and mature. It is very similar to the Great Jaggi and Great Wroggi.

Habitat Range

Great Baggi have been seen in the Tundra and Deserted Island.

Ecological Niche

The raptor and its pack often compete with Gigginox for caves to nest in. Sometimes, Great Baggi prey on the Gigginox's offspring, Giggi, depending on the availability of other food. Popos make up their main prey alongside insects. When migrating to the Deserted Island these Bird Wyverns must compete with other large predators consisting of Lagiacrus, Zinogre, Rathalos, Rathian, Nargacuga, along with Deviljho.

Biological Adaptations

The average size of an adult Great Baggi is roughly 1048.9cm. Unlike the Great Jaggi's spiky tail, Great Baggi have a fan-like tail, which is weaker and shorter, but is made to stun prey with a blow to the head. They make up for this with their unique ailment: Sleep. Much like the foreign Hypnocatrice, they have an organ that produces sleep-inducing materials which, when mixed with the Baggi's saliva, can tranquilize almost anything. They shoot these blobs at their prey, and wait until it falls to sleep. One can say that Baggi literally eat their prey alive. They are also slightly bigger than their relatives, and also living in the Tundra has in hardened their skin making it also harder than their relatives as well.


Great Baggi are extremely territorial, defending their nests from anything except the stronger monsters of the Tundra.

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