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Funny: Monster Hunter

  • MHF2 and Unite has skills, which one of them involves adding the power of thrown things like paintballs and stones, but the name of the skill? "Throwing Up"
  • A player manages to take down a Gold Rathian in one hit.
    • The creator of the video admitted to it being edited but it's still hilarious.
  • Tri gives us the Qurupeco's ecology. A Qurupeco tries to peacefully munch on some fish in a river, only for a Jaggi to snatch the fish away. The Qurupeco tries again, only to be intercepted by another Jaggi. Upon seeing a third Jaggi, the Qurupeco finally loses its temper and unleashes a roar, scaring the Jaggi away.
  • The Phantom Uragaan. It's even funnier with the music
  • Tri G gives us a size comparison of the monsters in Tri. Poor Cha-Cha...
    • At the end, when Cha-Cha reunites with the hunter, Felyne, and Melynx, the signature Scare Chord plays and they get chased off the screen by Deviljho.
  • The Truth Unmasked, a rather entertaining Call Back to the original Tri's opening.
  • The Jaggi fall under the category of being a living CMoF or Too Dumb To Live. Come on, they're dumb enough to piss off a Qurupeco, a Barroth and the Lagiacrus, had you not come along to go after the damn thing.
  • How are we introduced to Kayamba? He pokes the weighted tail of a Duramboros, which is easily many times his size. The Duramboros turns around to see what disturbed its slumber, Kayamba turns to face it, and the red "!" pops up over their heads at the same time. Kayamba then runs for his life as the Duramboros charges straight at the camera.
  • Cha-Cha's False Felyne Mask in general. The premise of Cha-Cha throwing bombs around sounds funny, but it's a lot funnier in action. (Provided he doesn't hit you too much to anger you, that is.)
  • The Nibelsnarf's name is this, due to it sounding non-threatening to some. Its cry has also brought a chuckle to some.
  • Some of the weapons you can make:
    • The weapons that can be made with Nibelsnarf carves. For example: the Soldier's Snarfonica.
    • The Nibelsnarf Dual Swords, aka the DEATHSNARFS.
    • You can run around carrying a Plesioth's head on a stick for a weapon.
    • The Sharq Attack lance. The lance itself is a whole Sharq, while the shield is a "No Swimming" sign.
  • RIP Great Jaggi. The Volvidon doesn't last too long either.
  • A bit of Black Comedy, but: When you hit a wild Felyne or Melynx, they go flying and fluttering as if they were on the moon!
  • Hit a Felyne or Melynx with a Felvine Bomb, and watch them act completely drunk.
  • Qurupecos calling in Felynes for backup is hilarious on two fronts: sheer vocal dissonance of a giant bird roaring like a kitten, and the bird completely wasting its chance to kill a hunter through trickery.
  • After a quest is completed, but during the wait time until exiting the map, all participating players are granted damage immunity...but not knockback immunity. Result: Players celebrate by beating the snot out of each other.
  • Hunters for Hire are known for occasionally failing quests that, given the number of hunters you assign and their Hunter Ranks, your hired hunters have virtually no chance of failing. For example, there are Hunters for Hire that have failed a quest to hunt a Great Jaggi, as well as a quest to deliver honey. You're only shown whether the hunting team cleared or failed the quest and their spoils, so let your imagination run wild.
  • Successfully cooking a Well-Done Steak results in a "SO TASTY!" sound clip.
  • At the end of the Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate trailer a mysterious never before seen monster was glimpsed. When a fan asked one of the people who developed the game what the monster's name is, the response: Steve.
    • Even better, Steve has become the Fan Nickname for the monster. Ask any fan what they think about "Steve" and they'll know exactly what you're talking about.
  • Carving more of a drop than the slain monster should logically have. For example, carving two heads from a single-headed monster.
  • The Twitter account Monster Hunter Probs.
  • Consuming one of the tonic drinks alongside another drink for your meal results in the "Tipsy" status, in which your character stumbles around and falls over drunkenly.
  • One of 4U's new Felyne Combo Weapons is called the Flying F-Bomb.
  • 4 Ultimate's North American and PAL release date is February 13, 2015, i.e. the day before Valentine's Day. Cue people agonizing over whether to spend time and money on Monster Hunter or a date, as well as singles relieved that they can spend the day playing Monster Hunter instead.