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Guanzorumu are Elder Dragons introduced in Monster Hunter Frontier G10.

FrontierGen-Guanzorumu Render 001

Other Non-Subspecies Forms

Ruler Guanzorumu

FrontierGen-Ruler Guanzorumu Screenshot 001

Ruler Guanzorumu (Japanese: 極み統べるグァンゾルム) is an Extreme Individual version of Guanzorumu first appearing in Monster Hunter Frontier G10.

Game Appearances

Chronological Appearances
First US / EU Appearance: First JP Appearance: Latest Appearance:
None Logo-MHF-G10 (2016) Logo-MHF-Z (2016)

In-Game Description

Monster Hunter Frontier G
FrontierGen-Guanzorumu Icon (?)

Music Themes

MHFG10 帝征龍 グァンゾルム 第1段階のBGM

MHFG10 帝征龍 グァンゾルム 第1段階のBGM

MHF-G: Guanzorumu Theme (Phase 1)
MHFG10 帝征龍 グァンゾルム 第2段階のBGM

MHFG10 帝征龍 グァンゾルム 第2段階のBGM

MHF-G: Guanzorumu Theme (Phase 2)


  • Guanzorumu can be hunted at HR5 and G Rank.
    • Hunters are not allowed to try to defeat Guanzorumu at HR5, only force Guanzorumu to flee.
  • Guanzorumu's head, wings, front and back legs can be wounded and its tail severed.
    • These parts will only break during Guanzorumu's 2nd phase.
  • Guanzorumu will be sleeping when the Hunters arrive, once it wakes it'll summon a pack of Egyurasu before confronting the Hunters.
  • When entering phase 2, Guanzorumu will sacrifice a Egyurasu, causing a large surge of Dragon element.
    • No Egyurasu will appear during phase 2.
  • Guanzorumu will focus on using fire based attacks during phase 1, and dragon based attacks during phase 2.
  • G Rank Guanzorumu starts off with the highest level of roar, wind and quake strengths, and upon entering its 2nd phase will start to use an even higher level of each effect.
    • No current skill can protect a Hunter from these effects.

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