While normally I would agree with this. However, it’s not a solid thing, and most pro monsters agree that sunny is one of things that trouble them. “They don’t have any problems with…” is a lie off the bat. If a monster never has trouble with a particular hunter, then that means they never face a player good enough to bring out the potential.
After watching streamers from different parts of the world, it appears that you tend to get grouped within your region unless its a custom game. So I usually see the same people on, which are a lot of pre-mades and good hunters. I know since I hunted with most of them. Their strategies are pretty solid and they don’t make the mistakes that I see a lot of hunters make in the streams and videos. In fact, more recently they’ve adopted counter strategies that a lot of the monsters use.
Define “pro behemoth” though lol I watch someone I would consider a pro and the tips do work. But as with all advice, its mostly general gameplay advice. If you tongue grab, throw a rock wall and then Sunny jets upward and gets the person from over the wall then strategy was just eliminated instantly. I mention this since I’ve seen it happen more often. Strategies and counter strategies are a trend. So once word gets around, everyone knows what you are going to do. A pro monster can make a snap judgement to remedy the situation, but you can’t mention every situation in a video since different factors go into on-the-spot calls.
Comes down to experience on your part, stupid mistakes on hunter’s part and luck. OP is by no means a nub player, but if he/she is learning at later levels to be a monster than his experience is limited, the hunter’s experience is likely quite high, and if he has bad luck like me then all odds are stacked against him lol