Beginner’s Guide to Monster Hunter Rise
The main focus is the Monster Hunter Rise gameplay loop – it looks pretty straightforward, but it’s incredibly deep and satisfying if you invest the time to master your weapon and forge a unique weapon. armor sets. Get ready, hunt a monster, do better things, and repeat!
Here are the steps, along with everything you need to know about each one. Click to go to this part of this page.
First of all, get ready for a quest! Check the Key Village and Multiplayer Hub Quests Walkthrough for more details on how to choose a quest and progress through the story.
2. Hunt a monster
3. make better equipment (and more!)
Check out the map now less and talk to everyone with a chat bubble to get new optional quests, free items, and more.
That’s all! Continue to prepare your equipment to get the best advantage against the monster you will face next.
Prepare for a hunt
Everything you need to do when preparing for a hunt, especially the first one. Be careful, there are also tutorials that you can accept from the center of the village.
Choose a weapon
You start Monster Hunter Rise with base models of all 14 types of weapons – you can see this equipment and change it by selecting any item box in the village. Each weapon is very different! To see the Weapons page for details on each, commands and tutorials for each, and tips on weapons are best for beginners.
Try them out in the training area – you will be able to travel quickly inside Kamura Village by showing your card by holding down the less button and choosing it. However, you will need to physically get to the training area by taking the dinghy from Buddy Plaza before you can travel fast.
Manage your inventory
Between hunts, you will need to manage your item pouch. Fortunately, this is incredibly easy by saving an item load in the item box. Then emptying and restocking your pouch is as easy as choosing a loadout from the item box.
Equip the right equipment
At first you won’t have a lot of options, but look at the monster you are about to face and the equipment you have. I probably don’t wanna face a fire eater Rathalos with negative fire resistance, or use a water element weapon on a bubble Mizutsune. And don’t forget your Palicoe and Palamute gear!
You will have armor spheres that just enhance armor defense, but don’t care about Kamura’s base outfit. Hold them until you make a piece of armor you know you will want to keep. PS Armor Skills will become more important later, but for now, be sure to choose pieces of armor that aren’t entirely out of place for you. For example, if you are not using a hunting horn, then do not choose a chest piece with Horn Maestro that only affects hunting horns.
Eat a meal
Finally, always eat before a quest! Dango always increases your maximum health and stamina, and grants individual skills – like elemental resistances. If you forget, you can eat (and change gear and items) inside the tent during a quest.
Hunt a monster
Everything you need to know to hunt down a monster in a quest.
Recover Endemic life (And objects)
Always go to the blue box! The items included will give you an idea of what to use to heal a monster’s status inflictions, or what to use to exploit them – like the Screamer Pods against Lagombi’s sensitive ears – at least in low rank and village quests.
You can’t keep most of the Supply Box items given to you by the Guild, so use them before your own.
Collect * everything * as you travel – mining spots, plants, mushrooms, bugs, etc. Believe me, you will probably need these things eventually.
Endemic life it’s super useful! If you’re having trouble, make a concerted effort to collect buffs before engaging with a monster. Some of them can also be used as items!
At the end of a quest, don’t sell reward items, take them all. You can always sell excess later for a quick buck.
Enjoy the Wirebug and Wyvern Riding
The Wirebug and Wyvern Riding are new to everyone and are fantastic tools to take down monsters even faster and smoother. See Wyvern Riding Guide – How to Ride and Tips and Wirebug Guide, Tips, Orders to find out exactly how to use these cool game mechanics.
How to know the health and condition of a monster
Monsters not having any health bars in Monster Hunter Rise – instead you can tell how he feels by his actions and behavior. If it drools, it’s exhausted; if he limped, he is close to defeat (and catchable – also indicated by the blue icon); if he acts erratically or changes his appearance, he is usually enraged and will be more difficult to fight, and will emerge from traps faster.
Kill or capture?
Catching a monster always shaves a few minutes of hunting rather than killing it, but some materials are easier to get one way or the other. Check the Monster page in this wiki for this information if you haven’t unlocked this information in your own hunter notes yet, and How to capture monsters to learn how.
Create better gear (and more!)
After hunting a monster, check the forge for new gear to craft! Check out the map now less and talk to everyone with a chat bubble to get new optional quests, free items, and more – and occasionally do the following!
Argosy and the Meowcenaries – Free farming
After your first urgent quest to the center of the village, the Argosy will arrive in Buddy Plaza. Send your friends to find the items you need or miss – like Honey (for mega potions!) So you don’t run out. Better to go out and collect them yourself, as I had to do in my day …
Send friends with the Meowcenaries to collect terrain items and monsters materials.
Check out Cohoot’s nest in this tree in Buddy Plaza for free stuff, like steel eggs, which you can sell!
You don’t have to check out the Argosy and Meowcenaries after every quest, but watch every now and then and change if needed (which you can do with your housekeeper). Trading with the Argosy and the Meowcenaries is also how to become unique materials to unlock cool new gear!
Friends: Palicoes and Palamutes
Make sure to always form friends that you don’t bring with you to Buddy Dojo – and recruit new ones if necessary from Imori. Palicos have different types and different attacks, so try a variety. In addition, the higher your friends are, the more they can do when negotiating with The Argosy or when sent on missions with the Meowcenaries.
Even more tips!
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