It has blue shells with some brown patterns on them. As it lives in muddy water the colors give a good camouflage effect. Partokas has a flat carapace that protects its weakest point. The first left leg is a claw and the right is a lance. The lance is completely brown while the claw is steel blue. Partokas' broad legs hold the body close above the ground.
Average: 531,90 cm
Biggest size measured: 802,75 cm
- The weakness is fire, then ice.
- In Rage Mode the patterns become black.
- When exhausted it falls over when attacking with the side claw slash.
- Partokas feeds of small Neopterons like Ragolon and is known of cleaning other monsters of these parasites.
- The Carapaceon often digs itself into the mud to stay unnoticed by their environment only coming out when it searches for food or when attacked.
- When hidden beneath the mud Partokas often stays that long that algae attach on their carapaces and grow there on. That is especially visible at their adult form Xantikas.
- The pattern is at every individual different and is a way to recognize each other.
- It uses mud and water attacks to defend itself.
- The bubble beam the monster uses can take the sight underwater.
- Partokas eggs get buried in the mud.
- When they hatch they first need to dig themselves out.
- They are the preferred prey of Riogarmus.
- Breakable parts are the carapace, the lance and the claw. The carapace can only be broken with an impact weapon.
- When the carapace is broken, attacks can reach Partokas' weak spot.
- Lance thrust
- Claw attack
- Side claw slash
- Burrowing and attacking from beneath
- Attacking with the lance and claws while swimming
- Bubble beam
- Mud bombs
Partokas Shell, Partokas Armor (when back broken), Partokas Claw (when broken), Partokas Lance (only when broken), Partokas Leg, Partokas Mandibles