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Monster TypeFlying Wyvern
HabitatsDeserted Island
Flooded Forest
First AppearanceMonster Hunter Tri

Giggi is an aggressive Flying Wyvern that first made it's appearance in Monster Hunter 3 for the Wii. It is the smaller whelp version of the larger monster, the Gigginox.

Giggi live in small caved areas and can withstand varying differences in temperature, from extreme heat to extreme cold.


[edit] General Information

Official Guild Entry: "Currently None"

Appearance: Giggi are small and similar in shape and characteristics as that of a Gigginox, however their size is much smaller and they do not possess the same developed appendages. They do to have any eyes, but do however possess a large mouth full of jagged teeth and a hidden nose, which is used to smell out threats.

Nature: Giggi are within the vicinity of Gigginox eggs, which are contained in a cluster covered in Gigginox saliva. Giggi can also live within the tops of caves and fall down. They are quite afraid of fire and will cower in fear in the presence of a torch.

[edit] Combat

Giggi have a very limit set method of attacking. They will attempt to hurl their body in en effort to cut their enemy with their jagged teeth. They will also attempt to latch themselves to an enemy and leech off of them, sapping them of blood.

[edit] Hunter's Tips

  • A lit Torch will cause Giggi to keep their distance.
  • Most weapons can dispach them almost instantly.

[edit] Carves

Giggi can only be carved a maximum of 1 time.

[edit] Low-Rank


[edit] High-Rank


[edit] Notes

Laid in cluster eggs, Giggi quickly grow out of their shells and move right for the nearest living heat source to feed. An adult Giggignox will lay eggs in the middle of combating a threat to let their unborn children quickly feed on whatever is in the area. When well-fed, a Giggi can produce a poison ball. This drains health slower than Gigginox or Rathian/Rathalos or Furogi/Dosufurogi poison, however. Giggi are more of a nuisance than a real threat. Don't let that fool you however, with enough whelps attached, even the most heavily armored hunter will fall from the drain.

To shake them off, execute a roll and send them flying.

First Generation Monsters
Subordinate Apceros | Aptonoth | Bullfango | Cephalos | Felyne | Genprey | Hornetaur | Ioprey | Kelbi | Melynx | Mosswine | Shakalaka | Velociprey | Vespoid
Boss Basarios | Cephadrome | Crimson Fatalis | Diablos | Fatalis | Gendrome | Gravios | Gypceros | Iodrome | Khezu | Kirin | Lao-Shan Lung | Monoblos | Plesioth | Rathalos | Rathian | Velocidrome | Yian Garuga | Yian Kut-Ku
Second Generation Monsters
Subordinate Anteka | Blango | Ceanataur | Conga | Giaprey | Great Thunderbug | Hermitaur | Popo | Remobra
Boss Akura Vashimu | Akantor | Berukyurosu | Blangonga | Bulldrome | Chameleos | Congalala | Daimyo Hermitaur | Espinas | Giadrome | Hypnocatrice | King Shakalaka | Kushala Daora | Lavasioth | Lunastra | Nargacuga | Queen Vespoid | Rajang | Shen Gaoren | Shogun Ceanataur | Teostra | Tigrex | Ukanlos | Yama Tsukami
Third Generation Monsters
Subordinate Altaroth | Baggi | Cha-Cha (Companion) | Bnahabra | Delex | Epioth | Fish | Giggi | Jaggi | Jaggia | Ludroth | Rhenoplos | Uroktor
Boss Arzuros | Agnaktor | Glacial Agnaktor | Alatreon | Barioth | Sand Barioth | Barroth | Jade Barroth | Brachydios | Ceadeus | Goldbeard Ceadeus | Deviljho | Savage Deviljho | Diablos | Black Diablos | Dire Miralis | Duramboros | Rust Duramboros | Gigginox | Baleful Gigginox | Gobul | Great Jaggi | Great Baggi | Great Wroggi | Jhen Mohran | Hallowed Jhen Mohran | Lagiacrus | Ivory Lagiacrus | Abyssal Lagiacrus | Lagombi | Nargacuga | Green Nargacuga | Lucent Nargacuga | Nibelsnarf | Plesioth | Green Plesioth | Qurupeco | Crimson Qurupeco | Rathalos | Azure Rathalos | Silver Rathalos | Rathian | Pink Rathian | Gold Rathian | Royal Ludroth | Purple Royal Ludroth | Uragaan | Steel Uragaan | Volvidon | Zinogre | Stygian Zinogre
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