Wild Hearts Kemono are the main monsters you will find as you are exploring the open maps in the game. Each one offers a unique set of attacks that will challenge you and also dazzle you with how they draw upon the environment. With the world gone wild, it is your job to reign in the Kemono and bring them down one by one.
To do this, you will need to use one of the Wild Hearts weapons to be able to properly slaw the Kemono. Each one will be a challenge, so it’s best to be prepared, have enough Thread to craft Karakuri and build a Bulwark in Wild Hearts.
Wild Hearts Kemono
Wild Hearts has 21 Kemono for you to fight:
We aren’t quite able to share the rest of the Kemono just yet as we are still working our way through the game. But once we do have them all, we will update this guide.
The Ragetail is the first Kemono you will fight after the introduction of the game. This beast attacks smaller humans and Kemono indiscriminately. Its tail will swell in size and the Ragetail will use it to attack its foes.
Secreating pollen and sap from its skin, the Sapscourge covers its pretty in sticky sap when it sneezes. It will slow you down using it as it prepares to land a blow.
With multiple eyes that it opens and uses in a fight, the Kigtusk charges at its prey and uses its teeth and tusks to rip through people and the environment. Its core weaknesses are the Bulwark and being clambered upon as it prepares to attack and unleash havoc.
This cunning and mighty enemy sends flying rocks at its enemies mixing up ranged attacks and up-close melee. The Lavaback also has the ability to set the ground on fire and cause it to erupt, forcing you to always keep an ane eye on the environment around you.
Embodying the wind, the Golden Tempest is a large lightning-fast tiger that excels with ranged wind attacks. It will hunt you down, attack from afar and also keep you pinned to a location if you don’t use Karukri right.
Conjuring large lumps of ice that mark its territory, the Deathstalker is a large beast with terrifying speed. Its icy armour can fight off attacks and protect itself from even the sharpest of blades.
Flying through the air, absorbing celestial thread, the Amaterasu is filled with rage and can keep hunters guessing with its aerial attacks. Its ability to switch between in-air and on-the-ground attacks also makes it one of the more unpredictable Kemono in the game.
Covered with hard, protective spikes it ejects them into its target to incapacitate it and leave it vulnerable. These spikes are incredibly deadly and can kill hunters in the blink of an eye.
Flying and soaring across the skies, the Spineglider generates rock from a liquid it produces. Fiercely protective of its territory, the animal can swoop down and surprise you with footholds it creates in the air.
One of the largest Kemono, the Earthbreaker is said to rip the Earth asunder and swallow entire whole mountains. Attacks have no impact on this creature due to its thick outer layer of rock, but a number of weak points leave it vulnerable in key areas.
Whist cockerels are known for their crowing at dawn, the Dreadclaw has a squeal that will shake the leaves from the trees and make your ears bleed. Able to destroy buildings and stun prey, it will be a tough fight no matter where you come across it.
The Gritdog might look friendly at first, but its attacks are still deadly thanks to its sharp claws. Furnished with naturally magnetic lodestones, it can control magnetic fields to manipulate Ironsand into curious shapes as it attacks.
Crows may signal oncoming death, but the Fumebeak signals a more corrosive form of death that it deals out itself. With a toxic miasma shrouding it, the creature lets out the fumes to slowly peel away at its prey’s strength.
The Emberplume is the most majestic of Kemono, complete with feathers and colours that resemble a peacock. But, its flaming feathers are not quite as pretty as they look, turning fields to flames and people to dust.
Wild Hearts Kemono Mighty variants
Might variants of Kemono are tougher more challenging variants of regular Kemono? We don’t yet have any more details on these variants beyond this, but we will be sure to update this article once the game has been released.
That covers all the Wild Hearts Kemono. For even more on the game as you are looking to take down these hulking great beasts, read up on Wild Hearts multiplayer and Wild Hearts crossplay to see how you can call for help to assist you in a fight.