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* HavingABlast: Molten Tigrex can cause the blast ailment.

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* HavingABlast: Molten Tigrex can cause the blast ailment. In ''Iceborne'' nominate Tigrex has a hidden element as Blast.


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* {{Samurai}}: Both male and Female Armor tends to invoke the imagery of a Japanese feudal warlord.


* StuffBlowingUp: The Molten species in ''4'', when enraged, generates exploding powder with everything it does. Being hit by it gives you Blastblight, an ailment that is a SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute to Slimeblight.
** In ''Iceborne'', its weapons gain a hidden Blastblight attribute.

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The Molten species in ''4'', when enraged, generates exploding powder with everything it does. Being hit by it gives you Blastblight, an ailment that is a SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute to Slimeblight.
** In ''Iceborne'', its Tigrex's weapons gain a hidden Blastblight attribute.


* CanonImmigrant: Not the Rajangs themselves, but the fact that they enjoy the taste of Kirin horns was originally mentioned in ''Frontier'' before it was finally seen onscreen in ''World''.


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* RetCanon: The fact that they enjoy the taste of Kirin horns was originally mentioned in ''Frontier'' before it was finally seen onscreen in ''Iceborne''.

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* CanonImmigrant: Not the Rajangs themselves, but the fact that they enjoy the taste of Kirin horns was originally mentioned in ''Frontier'' before it was finally seen onscreen in ''World''.

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** In ''Iceborne'', its weapons gain a hidden Blastblight attribute.


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* UnskilledButStrong: As with the actual monster itself, Tigrex weapons have a low affinity but have high raw damage to compensate.


* CurbstompCushion: While it takes on Elder Dragons and Savage Deviljho in turf wars and gives them a good beating, it also takes equivalent damage back in all cases[[note]]While it may seem that Rajang deals more damage, turf wars always deal 10% of the monster's maximum HP in damage, and Rajang happens to have less health than its opponents[[/note]]. Except Kirin, who it just straight up defeats outright.



* DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu: This ape will take on ''every'' Elder Dragon in ''World'' ([[MyFriendsAndZoidberg and Deviljho]]) and give them much more than what they give him.
* TheDreaded: Similar to Deviljho, both InUniverse ''and'' by players. It has a six star danger rating, something that's usually reserved for Elder Dragons. ''Frontier'' even reveals that ''[[OurDragonsAreDifferent Kirin horns]]'' are one of its favorite foods.

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* DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu: This ape will take on ''every'' Elder Dragon in ''World'' ([[MyFriendsAndZoidberg and Savage Deviljho]]) and give them much more than what they give him.
all a heavy beating, often sending them running off the vicinity.
* TheDreaded: Similar to Deviljho, both InUniverse ''and'' by players. It has a six star danger rating, something that's usually reserved for Elder Dragons. ''Frontier'' even reveals that ''[[OurDragonsAreDifferent Kirin horns]]'' are one of its favorite foods.foods, which was later canonized in ''Iceborne''.


%%** Furthermore, Dragon-element resistance is one way of determining a monster's intelligence (the weaker they are, the smarter they are), and Rajang is immune to Dragon, suggesting that it has poor brains to go with its immense relative strength.



* EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys: No, everything is much worse when this monkey shows up. Especially when the monkey goes Super Saiyan.
* ForceAndFinesse: It's the force to Zinogre's finesse, being far less controlled than the wolf, but much stronger. As far as weapons go, Zinogre weapons have average raw, but superb elemental and neutral affinity while Rajang's weapons have superb raw, but poor elemental and negative affinity.

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* EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys: No, everything is much worse when this monkey shows up. Especially when the monkey goes Super Saiyan.
* ForceAndFinesse: It's the force to Zinogre's finesse, being far less controlled than the wolf, but wolf and much less inclined to elemental moves, but is physically stronger. As far as weapons go, Zinogre weapons have average raw, but superb elemental and neutral affinity while Rajang's weapons have superb raw, raw damage, but poor elemental damage and negative affinity, while Zinogre weapons have average raw damage, but superb elemental damage and neutral affinity.



* ManiacMonkeys: Everything is much worse when this monkey shows up. Especially when the monkey goes Super Saiyan.



* MixAndMatchCritters: A cross between a gorilla, a mountain goat, and a monkey with hair that resembles a Lion's mane when enraged. It also greatly resembles a [[ALoadOfBull minotaur]].

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* MixAndMatchCritters: A cross between a gorilla, gorilla (body structure and temperament when angry), a mountain goat, goat (horns and posture), and a monkey (facial shape, tail, and hair) with hair that resembles a Lion's mane when enraged. It also greatly resembles a [[ALoadOfBull minotaur]].



* PintsizedPowerhouse: A lot smaller than most monsters of its threat class, but still very powerful in spite of it.

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* PintsizedPowerhouse: A lot smaller than most monsters of its threat class, but still very powerful in spite of it. Becomes more apparent when it swings the far bigger Rathalos like a toy.



* UniquenessDecay: Inverted in ''World'', as it is currently the only Fanged Beast in a game mostly full of wyverns.

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* UniquenessDecay: Inverted in ''World'', ''World: Iceborne'', as it is currently the only Fanged Beast in a game mostly full of wyverns.


* EnhancedPunch: Pulls one on Savage Deviljho in ''Iceborne'': Savage Jho will grab unto Rajang and lift it in the air, only for Rajang to [[GoldenSuperMode go Super Saiyan]] and punch Jho downward so hard that it instantly drops it on the ground. Afterwards, Jho will often go "Screw this!" and run away, with Rajang being the one to stand its ground.

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* EnhancedPunch: Pulls one on Savage Deviljho in ''Iceborne'': Savage Jho will grab unto Rajang and lift it in the air, only for Rajang to [[GoldenSuperMode go Super Saiyan]] and punch Jho downward so hard that it instantly drops it on the ground. Afterwards, Jho will often go "Screw this!" and run away, with Rajang being the one to stand its ground.



** And as of ''Iceborne'', If it's arms are powered up, it will straight-up rip Shock Traps out of the ground and destroy them.

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** And as of ''Iceborne'', If it's if its arms are powered up, it will straight-up rip Shock Traps out of the ground and destroy them.



** 4th gen Rajang can use a move that toughens its arms up in a similar fashion to [[Manga/OnePiece Bushoshoku Haki]].

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** In the 4th gen generation and ''Iceborne'', Rajang can use a move that toughens its arms up in a similar fashion to [[Manga/OnePiece Bushoshoku Haki]].



* StatusBuff: In the fourth generation, when it's enraged, it can use a move that toughens its arms up, causing every weapon below purple sharpness to bounce off its arms. Since the Furious Rajang is always enraged, it can do this whenever it wants.

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* StatusBuff: In the fourth generation, generation and in ''Iceborne'', when it's enraged, it can use a move that toughens its arms up, causing every weapon below purple sharpness to bounce off its arms. Since the Furious Rajang is always enraged, it can do this whenever it wants.


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* GroundPunch: They can occasionally rear up and slam their fists to the ground, creating a small quake. In ''Frontier'', it can send out damaging rupture lines in multiple directions.

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* GroundPunch: They It can occasionally rear up and slam their its fists to the ground, creating a small quake. In ''Frontier'', it can send out damaging rupture lines in multiple directions. In ''Iceborne'', it will follow up it's grab by throwing the grabbed hunter to the ground and following it with an unblockable ground punch on the helpless hunter. Unless the helpless hunter or a fellow shoots Rajang with slinger ammo that can flinch it (Like Flash Pods or Scatternuts), this attack is a practically guaranteed cart.


* BloodKnight: It has the most amount of turf wars, indicating this, even against weaker monsters.

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* BloodKnight: It has the most amount of turf wars, indicating this, even against weaker monsters. It also gives ''zero'' warning if it sees you. No warning roar, no threat display, it will just jump in fists blazing to pound you into the dirt.


* WrestlerInAllOfUs: In ''Iceborne'', many oh its turf wars involve it doing power slams on other monsters. Wrestling/ArnAnderson would be proud.

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* WrestlerInAllOfUs: In ''Iceborne'', many oh of its turf wars involve it doing power slams on other monsters. Wrestling/ArnAnderson would be proud.


* EnhancedPunch: Pulls one on Savage Deviljho in ''Iceborne'': Savage Jho will grab unto Rajang and lift it in the air, only for Rakang to go [[GoldenSuperMode Super Saiyan]] and punch Jho so hard that he instantly drops him on the ground. Afterwards, Jho will often go "Screw this!" and run away, with Rajang being the one to stand its ground.

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* EnhancedPunch: Pulls one on Savage Deviljho in ''Iceborne'': Savage Jho will grab unto Rajang and lift it in the air, only for Rakang Rajang to go [[GoldenSuperMode go Super Saiyan]] and punch Jho downward so hard that he it instantly drops him it on the ground. Afterwards, Jho will often go "Screw this!" and run away, with Rajang being the one to stand its ground.

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* EnhancedPunch: Pulls one on Savage Deviljho in ''Iceborne'': Savage Jho will grab unto Rajang and lift it in the air, only for Rakang to go [[GoldenSuperMode Super Saiyan]] and punch Jho so hard that he instantly drops him on the ground. Afterwards, Jho will often go "Screw this!" and run away, with Rajang being the one to stand its ground.


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* {{Shoryuken}}: Will often hit Ruiner Nergigante with one. Considering Creator/{{Capcom}} made the game, it is an obvious [[ShoutOut shout out]].


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* WrestlerInAllOfUs: In ''Iceborne'', many oh its turf wars involve it doing power slams on other monsters. Wrestling/ArnAnderson would be proud.


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