Like regular Saurians their defense sharply decreases once the tail is cut off, and also disables their cloaking ability. Unlike common Saurians they are also susceptible to fire, whilst being relatively resistant to ice; also unlike their lesser cousins they are immune to Torpor, and vulnerable to Poison.
|Spear Slash||Phys||Slashes its spear at a target in front of it.|
|Tail Whip||Phys||Whacks targets attacking its tail. Causes knock back.|
|Spit||Mag/Status||Spits a glob of sticky goo at a target. May cause Torpor.|
|Jumping Attack||Phys||Jumps at a target out of the water and lands on them.|
|Jumping Spear||Phys||Leaps at a target and stabs them with the spear. Knocks the target away and down.|
|Hit and Run Bite||Phys||When its tail is removed, it will slither up to a target and bite them in the legs, and then run away.|
|Cloak||Spec||Sulfer Saurians are always cloaked, whether for ambush attacks or regular attacks. Cutting the tail disables this ability.|
|Guard||Spec||Holds up its spear in a defensive stance and blocks all frontal and side attacks. The Tail is not protected, and the guard may be broken by strong attacks.|
|Counter Attack||Phys||If guard is not broken when attacking, it will retaliate with a spear attack that knocks its target down.|
|Health||Attack||Defense||Magick Attack||Magick Defense||Weight|
- Dragons' Dogma
A large population is found along the side of the riverbank leading to Cursewood. There are also medium sized basks at ford of the river between Wilted Forest and Cursewood, and at the Miasmic Haunt during daytime.
- Dark Arisen
- Swamp Things (slay 10 Sulfur Saurians)
- Get hit by the spit attack
In addition to witnessing these techniques, it is necessary for Pawns to participate in killing 150 Sulfur Saurians either with their own Arisen or while travelling with others.
- While Blinded, their camouflage is much easier to counter.