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This a guide on how to use Wirebugs in Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise). Read on to learn about Wirebug moves, controls, attacks, and more!

What are Wirebugs?

New Tool for New Actions

MH Rise - Using Wirebugs in Kamura

Wirebugs is an exciting new tool introduced in Monster Hunter Rise. The Wirebugs give additional mobility to the player as well as give way to doing more actions such as dashing, dodging, and more!

Wirebug Charges

MH Rise - Wirebuge Gauge

Using Wirebugs consumes a gauge which can be seen on the lower center portion of your screen. The amount consumed gauge varies per action, the same goes for the recovery amount. The Wirebug gauge automatically recovers on its own over time.

You will have two Wirebugs with you at all times. It is possible to temporarily increase the number of usable Wirebugs, up to three, by catching Wirebugs in the field.

Reach New Heights

MH Rise - Great Wirebugs

You can find Jewel Lillies in the wild where you can place Great Wirebugs on! With Great Wirebugs you can shoot yourself upward at a long distance and reach very high places.

How to Get and Use Great Wirebugs

Start Wyvern Riding!

MH Rise - Wyvern Riding

Wirebugs are crucial for Wyvern Riding as it determines how long you ride a wyvern and each attack consumes a Wirebug gauge. Mastering this skill will make hunts easier for you!

How to Mount and Ride Monsters

How to Use Wirebugs

Wiredash Action

MH Rise - Wiredash

With Weapons Sheathed

Switch PC Description
Buttons zL + Buttons X

zL + X
MH Rise - Middle Click + MH Rise - Left Click

Middle Click + Left Click
Sends you upward diagonally, which helps avoid ground attacks
Buttons zL + Buttons A

zL + A
MH Rise - Middle Click + MH Rise - Right Click

Middle Click + Right Click
Sends you forward to where your hunter is facing, which allows for fast repositioning.
Buttons zL + Button zR

zL + zR
MH Rise - Middle Click + MH Rise - M4 Click

Middle Click + MB4
Will fire a wirebug in the direction of your reticle which propells you forward with greater precision than the other moves.

With Weapons Sheathed In Mid-air

Switch PC Description
Buttons zL + Buttons X

zL + X
MH Rise - Middle Click + MH Rise - Left Click

Middle Click + Left Click
Keeps you airborne and allows you to travel the direction your hunter is facing.
Buttons zL + Buttons A

zL + A
MH Rise - Middle Click + MH Rise - Right Click

Middle Click + Right Click
Sends you downward diagonally and can help keep you grounded

Wirefall Action

MH Rise - Wirefall

Switch PC Description
Buttons zL + Buttons B

zL + B
MH Rise - Middle Click + MH Rise - Space Button

Middle Click + Space
Allows you to reposition while you are knocked over.

Wall Run Action

MH Rise - Wall Run

Switch PC Description
Buttons zL +
Buttons X or Buttons A

zL + X or A
MH Rise - Middle Click + MH Rise - Left Click or MH Rise - Right Click

Middle Click + Left Click or Right Click
Wiredash towards a wall and do a Wall Run at the cost of your stamina. You can do other actions while Wallrunning such as attacking.

Silkbind Attack

MH Rise - Sakura Slash

For Melee Weapons

Switch PC Description
Buttons zL +
Buttons X or Buttons A

zL + X or A
MH Rise - Middle Click + MH Rise - Left Click or MH Rise - Right Click

Middle Click + Left Click or Right Click
Depending on your melee weapons move set, this can trigger silkbind attacks.

For Ranged Weapons

Switch PC Description
Button R +
Buttons X or Buttons A

R + X or A
MH Rise - Shift Button + MH Rise - M5 Click or MH Rise - M4 Click

Shift + MB5 or MB4
This can trigger silkbind attacks for ranged weapons as long as it is drawn.

List of Silkbind Attacks and How to Use

Hang Mid-air

MH Rise - Hang Midair with Wirebug

Switch PC Description
Buttons A then
Left Analog + Buttons B

A then Left Stick + B
MH Rise - Right Click then
MH Rise - W ButtonMH Rise - A ButtonMH Rise - S ButtonMH Rise - D Button
+ MH Rise - Space Button

Right Click then
Directional Button + Space
Pressing A or Right-click while airborne will make you hang in the air which then you can choose a direction to go using the Left Analog and then B or the Space bar.

Though you can only hang mid-air for about 6 or 7 seconds so plan out your move within this time frame! You can also throw bombs and kunai while hanging in mid-air.

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