Deathjaw Deviljho (死地イビルジョー, Shichi Ibirujo) is a Deviant of Deviljho.
Deathjaw Deviljho has a dark green, almost black hide. It sports longer serrated spines on its back, tail, and lower jaw. Its hind legs are thick with muscles and have larger claws on the toes. The claws on its forelegs are enlarged as well, but the limbs are still useless.
Deathjaw Deviljho showcases advanced usage of its Dragon element, being able to spin 360° while breathing its infamous dragon breath. The spines on its body are sharp and can cut up prey that touch them. Its legs are further developed and help overcome its stamina issue.
Like normal Deviljho, Deathjaw Deviljho can be encountered in virtually any habitat.
Other Non-Subspecies Forms
Main Article: Deviljho
- Order: Saurischia
- Suborder: Theropod
- Infraorder: Unknown
- Superfamily: Violent Wyvern
- Family: Devil
Deathjaw Deviljho is the Deviant of Deviljho.
Deathjaw Deviljho has been sighted in the Deserted Island, Flooded Forest, Tundra, Sandy Plains, Volcano, Misty Peaks, Ancestral Steppe, Sunken Hollow, Volcanic Hollow, Frozen Seaway, Heaven's Mount, Primal Forest, Everwood, and Dunes.
The Deviljho easily assert themselves as Super predators that rival Elder Dragons in any conceivable habitat they find themselves and are challenged by little. The only things that challenge them are other Deviljho, some other powerful monsters on par with Elder Dragons such as Rajang, and Elder Dragons. The long-ago healed gashes visible in their sides suggest that they constantly engage in titanic battles against creatures both as vicious, powerful, and sizable as themselves, such as Uragaan, Agnaktor, Rathalos, Lagiacrus, etc. These battles, of course, are simply due to the local monsters' defense of their turf, as the Deviljho prefer to feast on the more abundant and defenseless population of herbivores. Even so, they remain both large and powerful enough to dominate a large percentage of its encounters, minor or major. Deviljho can most commonly be seen feeding on herbivores such as Aptonoth, Rhenoplos, Slagtoth, and Popo. They are also known to feed on Bird Wyverns like Great Jaggi and large predatory monsters.
Deathjaw Deviljho have many of the same adaptations as Deviljho, however, there is a few differences between them. The elongated spikes on its powerful jaws, which can crush bones and boulders, is what gives it its additional name Jaws of Death. Deathjaw Deviljho showcases advanced usage of its Dragon element, being able to spin 360° while breathing its infamous dragon breath. The spines on its body are sharp and can cut up prey that touch them. Its legs are further developed and help overcome its stamina issue. Its acidic saliva is even more corrosive and can break down armor. Its tail is used to smash or break the bones of its prey and enemies. The tail can be swung to create distance between it and its foes before Deathjaw Deviljho charges.
Deathjaw Deviljho are truly dangerous monsters. The Guild only allows hunters with special permits to hunt them down.
- Deathjaw Deviljho's dragon breath has increased range like Savage Deviljho.
- It has advanced versions of standard Deviljho's attacks.
- It can stomp twice in a row, the second time with the opposite leg. Both stomps creates an earthquake aimed at the hunter.
- It can throw rocks with its jaws in rapid succession. In rage mode it will only do this once but will launch three rocks when it does so.
- Its bites cause Defense Down, Dragonblight when in rage mode.
- Deathjaw Deviljho does not became as tired as quickly.
- Deathjaw Deviljho's roar requires HG Earplugs to block.
- Chaoarren: For the render and icon.