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Summary

Lagiacrus are a variety of Leviathan introduced in Monster Hunter 3. They are feared by sailors as the "Lords of the Seas" and are the apex predators of their aquatic environment.

In-Game Description: Leviathans that exist at the top of the aquatic food chain. Feared by sailors as the "Lords of the Seas", Lagiacrus store enough electricity in their spinal organs to make the oceans surge. Occasionally they can be found resting on land as well.

Powers and Stats

Tier: At least 7-C, likely higher | At least 7-C, likely higher | At least 6-C, possibly higher

Name: Lagiacrus, Lord of the Seas | Ivory Lagiacrus | Abyssal Lagiacrus

Origin: Monster Hunter

Gender: Varies

Age: Varies

Classification: Leviathan

Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Statistics Amplification (Capable of becoming stronger, faster and more durable when enraged), Electricity Manipulation (Capable of generating electricity in the spikes on its back, can shoot electricity in several different manners towards foes, capable of bending the electricity it creates around it), Large Size (Type 0 in terms of height; Type 1 in terms of length), Water Manipulation (Can cause Waterblight when underwater), Resistance to Water and Thunder | Same as before | Same as before

Attack Potency: At least Town level (Comparable to Agnaktor and other large monsters), likely higher | At least Town level (Should be at least comparable to the regular species, if not slightly stronger due to being a Subspecies), likely higher | At least Island level (Comparable to Minor Elder Dragons and other Elder Dragon-level monsters like Hellblade Glavenus who can vaporize mountains with ease), possibly higher

Speed: At least Hypersonic+, and At most High Hypersonic (Comparable to Agnaktor and other large monsters) | At least Hypersonic+, and At most High Hypersonic | At least Massively Hypersonic+ (Comparable to Minor Elder Dragons and other Elder Dragon-level monsters)

Lifting Strength: Unknown

Striking Strength: At least Town Class (Comparable to Agnaktor and other large monsters), likely higher | At least Town Class, likely higher | At least Island Class, possibly higher

Durability: At least Town level (Comparable to Agnaktor and other large monsters), likely higher | At least Town level, likely higher | At least Island level(Comparable to other Elder Dragon-level monsters like Rajang who can take hits from Kirin), possibly higher

Stamina: High (Can fight several opponents for tens of minutes and still be able to fight)

Range: Extended melee range to Tens of meters with physical attacks due to size, at least Tens of meters, possibly higher with electrical attacks

Standard Equipment: None notable

Intelligence: Above Average (Has a higher weakness to the Dragon Element, which directly attacks the mind, than the average hunter: Lagiacrus has -10% resistance, while an average hunter has 0% resistance) | High (Abyssal Lagiacrus has a higher weakness to the Dragon element, which directly attacks the mind, than the average hunter: Abyssal Lagiacrus has -35% resistance, while the average hunter has 0% resistance)

Weaknesses: Electricity becomes weaker when spikes are damaged, weak to Fire | Weak to Fire | Weak to Dragon (See Intelligence) and Fire

Notable Attacks/Techniques:

Underwater:

  • Spin Attack: Lagiacrus curls over itself while biting then, while straightening itself out, its tail lashes out, causing damage.
  • Electric Barrier: Lagiacrus arches its back and produces an electric shield around itself. The electric field stops just short of its tailtip and nose. Beware as this attack prepares the monster for discharge or spin dash. It causes the opponent to be thrown backward through the water, leaving him/her open.
  • Discharge: Curls up and arches its back. Produces a discharge field as with the small shock, followed by sporadic explosions of lightning further away from its body.
  • Charge: Lagiacrus moves away from its target, looks at it sideways, then charges straight at the hunter with an open mouth. Also produces a water current that can knock back.
  • Body Slam: The Lagiacrus turns sideways then slams its body against the opponent. This attack has deceptive range. May perform this attack twice in quick succession. May also perform the single or double body slam whilst surrounded by a shield of electricity. The attack does considerably more damage if it charges the slam with electricity.
  • 90 Degree Bite: Lagiacrus turns 90 degrees and bites whilst turning at an opponent in its vicinity causing a small-medium amount of damage.
  • Spin Dash: Moves to a far side of the area, curls up, then dashes across the map while spinning, causing a vortex of water along its path. It is powered up if electricity is gathered around the monster.
  • Thunder Ball: Fires a projectile of water infused with electricity from its mouth. May perform this twice in quick succession.

On land:

  • Thunder Ball: Fires a projectile of water infused with electricity from its mouth. May perform this twice in quick succession.
  • Sliding Charge: The Lagiacrus will dash backward, lower his head and slide towards the opponent while assuming an Alligator-like pose and finish the attack by diagonally curving his body to slow down again. Can sometimes be powered up by electricity.
  • Neck Lunge: Lagiacrus stretches its neck in a snaking motion while biting, damaging anything in front of the monster.
  • Body Slam: Lagiacrus rears up before crashing back down, hitting any hunter under or slightly forward of it. Causes the opponent to roll away quite severely and inflicts medium-high damage.
  • Trample: Tackles the opponent.

Key: Lagiacrus | Ivory Lagiacrus | Abyssal Lagiacrus

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  • Lagiacrus vs Pikachu

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    • I know this is dead, but don't know how well this is gonna work now with Lagiacrus getting a big upgrade
    • Lasatar wrote: dude 4 move limit is pure game mecahnics.