Monster Hunter World Gajau Scale are not something you’ll need to worry about in the later stages of Capcom’s smash-hit action RPG, but your first dozen hours or so might require you to grab a couple of these elusive materials for some miscellaneous crafts and quests. Unlike bigger monsters, you’re not formally introduced to these catfish-like creatures, so knowing how to get Monster Hunter World Gajau Scale isn’t always as straight-forward as it may seem for series veterans. Fortunately, we know the exact location of all the Gajau Scale you could ever need!
Monster Hunter World Gajau Scale: Where To Find Gajau Scale in Monster Hunter World
Monster Hunter World Gajau Scale are a potential carve from Gajau. These are large catfish creatures that inhabit the waters of the Wildspire Waste. If you’re certain you’ve bashed around plenty of these aquatic species before without getting a single scale, it’s likely because you’re playing on the wrong mode. Monster Hunter World Gajau Scale can be had from Expeditions, Investigations, or when on just about any hunt in the Wildspire Waste. They’re always there. But Gajau Scales are only dropped by High-Rank Gajau – the kind you’ll only find when playing on High-Rank. Carving a Gajau on Low Rank will reward only Gajau Skin and Gajau Whisker. Fight them in High-Rank and you’ll find Gajau Scales and Grand Gajau Whiskers there instead.
What is Monster Hunter World Gajau Scale Used For?
So what are Monster Hunter World Gajau Scale even for, anyway? Being a High-Rank drop means you’ll only really need them for High-Rank armor and weapons, but their low-rank equivalent (Gajau Skin) is used in the early “A Feast of Fish” delivery mission, so there’s a chance you might need a scale or two for something else later down the line.
Monster Hunter World Gajau Scale are mostly used to make the Gajau gearset, but only parts of the Gajau are used in the Jyuratodos gearset, too. Given a Gajau is more or less a small Jyuratodos and lives most of its life in the company of one, this isn’t too surprising. If you’re looking to use a water weapon – a fine choice against monsters like Tobi-Kadachi, Urugaan, and Teostra, we might add – you’ll want to stock up on these materials as soon as you get the chance. You’ll no doubt need them for an upgrade or two down the line.