Great Wroggi 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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 Bird wyverns that spit a poisonous mist. Wroggi travel in packs that are led by the largest and most toxic member. The poison is made in a sac-like organ around its throat; if this is destroyed, the creature's ability to spit is impaired.


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

The Great Wroggi is a Bird Wyvern, closely related to the Jaggi and the Baggi. They are also distantly related to the Iodrome, which have many similar characteristics.

Habitat Range

The Great Wroggi are seen in the Volcano and the Flooded Forest. Although Great Wroggi and their packs have been seen inhabiting the Deserted Island to expand their territory and hunting grounds.

Ecological Niche

Great Wroggi are deadly pack hunters that prey on Aptonoth, Bullfango, Bulldrome, Rhenoplos, and Slagtoth. However these creatures can be preyed upon themselves by larger predators consisting of Lagiacrus, Brachydios, Brute Tigrex, Plesioth, Rathalos, Rathian, Gobul, Stygian Zinogre, Royal Ludroth, and Deviljho. But if in large numbers these raptors can harass larger predators out of their territories by utilizing strength in numbers and by spitting their deadly toxic fumes.

Biological Adaptations

Great Wroggi are not strong by themselves, so they form packs much like Great Jaggi and Great Baggi. This survival strategy proves useful when facing larger monsters and hunting prey. On their neck is poison sac used to produce toxins that they use to kill prey. This toxin is sprayed at prey in a mist form, poisoning prey from a distance. Venom is also contained in their fangs. To warn predators that they are poisonous, Great Wroggi have an orange colored-hide as a warning to potential predators. To indicate their leadership, Great Wroggi use their beaks.


Great Wroggi are territorial by nature, and will defend their territory and nests with aggression. They will send their packs to attack foes and hunters alike. When reaching a certain age, male Wroggi will leave their packs in order to search for and lead a pack of their own.

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