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Aneira

I was so pumped starting this game as I was a big fan of Tri Ultimate and didn't particularly like World.
But where's my favorite monster? Where is Jhen Mohran?

I was led to believe this one's a lot of people's favorite Elder Dragon. Mostly because the fight was super fun. How it's not in this game is beyond belief. Disappointing.

Aneira

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glaemay

There are still people not bored by Jhen Moran? I fought this thing so much I know the fight by heart. I miss the Dalamadur though.
Anyway in Generations Ultimate his equivalents are probably the Lao Shan and Nakarkos. I like the Nakarkos fight it feels like crushing a big piñata. A cool fight to cool down the tension between two hard fights.

glaemay

Drussa

Anyone still playing this game? I just started this game after working through some of my back log. Am now only hunter rank 3 and want to know if there are people i can join up with to level up my HR.

Drussa

AndyD

Well, I want to get into this game, but the missions take too long for me to really enjoy. I feel like I make very little if any progress especially in the story side. I may give it a second run in a bit though after I beat a couple games in my backlog.

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AndyD

Tsurii wrote:

@scubydo the best advice for these games is usually upgrade your weapon as much as you can at any given time and don't play too defensively. Don't be afraid to get hit, just don't be too willy nilly about dodging either.

Usually the reasons for people timing out isn't a lack of skill but lack of proper preparation or going into fights with the wrong mindset. You want to make the monsters your b****, not kite them and wait until you get big openings. Monster Hunter is all about making your own openings.

Thanks for the pointers. I never thought of that. I always do a very defensive technique which always took up so much time. I think my other fault is I never really utilized the drinks (plus I never did a lot of combining prior) during battles and meals prior to battles. I might take another go at it from a more offensive perspective.

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JaxonH

@scubydo
Ya, knowledge of the game mechanics and proper strategy really makes all the difference.

Be sure to download all the DLC from the main menu but you have to claim it from your housekeeper. I give you so many items from so many item packs that it really makes the early game gathering grind trivial.

On top of that you really do have to focus on dealing damage consistently, and maximizing that damage output. The game is about not getting hit but at the same time you have to hit the monster too, and you have to hit them consistently with solid damage if you want to actually complete the quest in a reasonable time period (or at all for that matter).

Always, always always eat a meal before a hunt. At first you’ll only be able to increase your health by +20 via meals. But later in the game you’ll be getting the full +50. Same for stamina +50.

And you always need to have hot drinks in cold environments and cold drinks and hot environments. Otherwise your health will just constantly drain or your stamina will constantly shrink. And you definitely want to keep 10 mega potions on you at all times, 10 well done steaks for stamina, with 20 whetstones, 2 traps and 8 tranqs, as well as 2 max potions, antidotes (or better yet, herbal medicines) for getting poisoned, paintballs, and you should know your weapon like the back of your hand and what the endless combo is. Also, optional items in addition to these are encouraged, but those are the must-haves.

And if you don’t know your weapon that well, just google the Gaijin Hunter tutorial for that weapon on YouTube. It’s OK if it’s for the 3DS version of the game or Generations. The move sets still apply.

And then you just go out on the arena training quest for your weapon type and practice practice practice until you have all the combos down to muscle memory. Practice your diving when in combat with a monster, since that is your emergency i-frames, and practice your hit-and-run patterns.

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AndyD

Okay so I am rebooting this one...and giving it another go...fully from scratch. As for ALL the DLC items...are there any that help up front with the game progress? I know the eggs can be sold, but I can't remember if all of them can or just some? Also, for weapons and armor, should I save the materials for later game, or go ahead an upgrade early so I can have an advantage? Thanks!

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urrutiap

Ive been playing alot of catching up in Generations Ultimate a couple of days ago for Village 8 star quest stuff.

just yesterday i found out on my own while playing the game that a food skill which is helpful to me when playing as human hunter that the food skill makes larger monsters weaker so you can go through the quests quicker. Dunno if its just me that sort of noticed. Even when I was playing as my palicos fighting a bulldrome and a Velociraptor or Iodrome that they died faster or whatever

urrutiap

urrutiap

Ive been playing the game's main village quests to try to get to the Valstrax but the game keeps throwing more quests one after another at me.

lagriacis quests 2 of them, then a khezu, one or two more Nargacugas, a Duramborus capture quest, a wyvern egg fetch quest, two hunting Zinogre quests, a capture a zinogre quest and two Rath quests.

Will the game ever let me fight the first Valstrax at all or what?

urrutiap

urrutiap

That's cool.

Im still slowly grinding away at those 9* village quests. i just want to fight the normal Village valstrax instead of having to go online for the Hunters pub just to fight a valstrax.

For the past couple of days ive been using the Akantor X armor and the Khezu X armor to play through the main Village quests and ive been doing pretty good even though the game keeps popping up with more quests lol

urrutiap

urrutiap

I already know that about the 'key" quests for 9*.

urrutiap

urrutiap

I heard otherwise though where youre supposed to do ALL of the village 9* quests including the capturing the agnaktor, capture the zinogre and the palico quests.

But Generations Utimate keeps popping up with more quests after another which is taking a long damn time.

I have to go online for the Hunter's Pub just to fight a frikkin valstrax

urrutiap

Drussa

@urrutiap , there are so many quests in this game it is borderline absurd. Just do the key quests first (there are references of some pre-quests you need to do to get them but those are mentioned in the link as well). Once all key quests are done you always get the urgent ones and that is the one you want as it is Valstrax.

Drussa

glaemay

@Northwind They can focus on raw defense until they get all the part needed to get the full armor they want. There's no really point to get a full armor before G-rank.

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urrutiap

well, i always tag along in a few early G rank online quests to get materials to make G rank armor to get through some low rank and high rank Village stuff.

Village quests in my opinion i swear theyre tougher than G1 quests.

I can manage to do G1 stuff on my own if its a Volvidon or Azurus but if its something like a regular G rank Hermitaur or Hyper something then I have to join up with other people online.

Hopefully Capcom tones the toughness down a bit for Monster Hunter Rise

urrutiap

urrutiap

well, people manage anyway when wearing armor whether its G rank armor for the mid high rank stuff for regular Village and the plain Hub.

some of those skills like Crit whatever, I managed just fine without relying on those skills since they never help out at the right moment when youre dealing with something like an annoying tough high rank Gammoth or an Agnaktor when a water great sword bounces off for no reason.

urrutiap

urrutiap

When Monster Hunter Rise, I hope Capcom has toned it down with some of the stuff from Generations and World.

World, in my opinion was more of an online multiplayer game that screwed up offline single player by making certain monsters too damn tough like Nergigante and Bezelguise

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urrutiap

I finally unlocked the main games Village Valstrax urgent. Took a long time to get to it.

urrutiap

JaxonH

@urrutiap
Ha! You think Nergigante and B52 are too tough? Oh man do I have some news for you lol...

Just wait til you get to end game of Iceborn and fight Alatreon and Fatalis. I think Fatalis in Iceborn is genuinely the most difficult fight of any MH game to date, by a comfortable margin. Some of the most skilled players out there streamed the Fatalis quest for 5-7 hours and still didn’t beat him by the end of it.

And that makes no mention of all the other monsters before that which are significantly more difficult than Nergigante or B52. Even HR Kirin is a pain, and there’s an entire expansion of monsters in Master Rank after that. Deviljho and Black Diablos, Rajang...

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