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How to Kill Odogaron - Monster Hunter World Odogaron Tracking Guide - Odogaron Weakness, Best Weapons and Elements to Kill an Odogaron

This Monster Hunter World guide will teach you how to track and kill any monster in the game, including beasts like the Great Jagras, Anjanath, Rathalos, and Diablos.

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The Odogaron of Monster Hunter World is one of the fiercest monsters you can face, and it doesn’t help that it’s found right in the middle of the perilous Rotting Vale. In this Monster Hunter World Odogaron guide, we’ll be walking you through how to kill an Odogaron, as well as the best weapons and elements you can take into the fight with you.

If you instead need anything else on Monster Hunter World, including how to carefully capture a monster, as well as how to use the Scout Flies to quickly track down a monster, head over to our Monster Hunter World guides walkthrough hub.

Monster Hunter World Odogaron Guide

You’ll first come across the Odogaron when undertaking one of the main quests to descend into the rotting vale of Monster Hunter World. As we mentioned at the top, it’s one of, if not the, most ferocious beast found in the game, with vice-like jaws that can sweep across the battlefield and claws that can leave your character rapidly bleeding out.

Since the Rotting Vale is a relatively small map, it won’t take you long to track down the Odogaron, and you’re always guaranteed to find one lurking about the Rotting Vale from the Central Camp. The Odogaron will also fight anything else it sees in the Rotting Vale map, including in particular the lesser and Great Girros, which we’d recommend leaving to take on the Odogaron, since it has a useful stun ability that can stop the powerful beast in its tracks.

How to Kill an Odogaron in Monster Hunter World

You want to take a quick, agile weapon with you into the fight against the Odogaron. Although big weapons pack more punch in a single hit, and are more likely to stun the Odogaron should you land a clean hit on its head, the monster moves around the battlefield so quickly that a slow weapon leaves you open to a counterattack should you miss.

The Dual Blades can make short work of the Odogaron, as can the Bow, or Light Bowgun, since both allow you to continuously move around while letting off arrows. The timings of your dodges are key to beating the Odogaron, and it’s well worth hanging back and getting a feel for its attacks patterns. Generally speaking, you want to try and dodge with the attacks of the Odogaron, meaning that if you see the beast pull back its claw ready for a swiping attack, you’ll want to be ready to dodge under the attack as soon as it commences.

As we previously touched on, the Odogaron also has the nasty ability to make your character bleed, rendering you useless until you can stop the bleeding. To stop the bleeding, you need to stow your weapons by pressing the right bumper, and then crouch down by pressing Cross/A, standing still until your health bar returns to the normal green color. The Odogaron being such a mobile adversary doesn’t help matters here, and you’ll want to make sure you’re a safe distance from the monster before you try and stop the bleeding.

As for elemental attacks against Odogaron, we’d recommend taking Electricity above all else. Ice attacks can also be fairly useful, but Electric attacks can temporarily stun the Odogaron, allowing you to land a few more hits in while it’s temporarily immobilized. This stun attack is why you should leave the Odogaron and the Great Girros to fight, should the two ever encounter one another around the Rotting Vale.

Now that we’ve got you to speed on how to take down an Odogaron, why not continue ahead to any of our additional Monster Hunter World guides, including how to kill a Legiana, as well as a list of the best weapons in the game.

Alternatively, you could head over to our monsters guide hub, where we'll walk you through how to take down every single beast in Monster Hunter World.

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