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Tetranadon Guide

This is a hunting guide for Tetranadon, a new monster in Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise). Read on to learn Tetranadon's weaknesses, forgeable weapons, forgeable armor, drops, and more!

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Tetranadon Hunter Notes

Basic
Information
Weakness &
Resistance
Kinsect
Extracts
Tetranadon
Tetranadon New Monster.png
Type Amphibian
Threat Level 2/10 Rampage Type Gate Crasher
Major Weakness Thunder Other Weakness(es) Fire
Blight / Elemental Damage Water Abnormal Status None
Characteristics
Amphibious monster resembling a frog. Its appetite is infinite, and if it sees anything moving, it will gobble it up, dirt and all. It's theorized that the dirt it consumes builds up in its stomach and aids in digestion. If it eats something that it cannot digest it will throw it back up. The cranial disc protecting its tender head is said to harden and become a more brilliant blue over time.
Known Habitat
Map Starting Area Visited Areas Rest Area
Shrine Ruins.pngShrine Ruins 6 / 9 1 / 2 / 4 / 6 / 8 / 9 / 10 / 13 6
Frost Islands.pngFrost Islands 7 / 10 3 / 4 / 5 / 7 / 10 / 11 / 12 10
Lava Caverns.pngLava Caverns 3 / 9 2 / 3 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 / 11 3
Damage Type Weaknesses
Part Sever Symbol (MH Rise).png Blunt Symbol (MH Rise).png Ammo Symbol (MH Rise).png
Head 65 70 60
Neck 50 55 40
Torso 40 40 30
Foreleg 50 45 40
Back 25 35 25
Hind Leg 35 30 25
Tail 30 30 25
Overall 42 44 35
Elemental Weaknesses
Part Fire Symbol (MH Rise).png Water Symbol (MH Rise).png Thunder Element (MH Rise).png Ice Element (MH Rise).png Dragon Element (MH Rise).png
Head 20 0 30 15 10
Neck 10 0 20 5 5
Torso 10 0 20 5 0
Foreleg 15 0 25 10 5
Back 5 0 10 5 0
Hind Leg 5 0 15 0 0
Tail 5 0 15 0 0
Overall 10 0 19 6 3

Higher numbers indicate higher potential damage to the monster.

Hunting Tips
・After a large meal, its movements become sluggish, but don't be fooled; its swings become more weighty and destructive as well! Watch for when it moves slowly, strike true, and it'll belch up its dinner and return to normal.

Status Effect Vulnerabilities
Poison Stun Paralysis Sleep Blast
1★ 1★ 3★ 1★ 2★
Exhaust Fireblight Waterblight Thunderblight Iceblight
1★ 1★ 1★ 2★ 1★

The more stars, the more advantageous it will be for the player.

Item Vulnerabilities
Pitfall Trap Shock Trap Flash Bomb
Sonic Bomb Meat Effects Dung Bomb

◯ = Vulnerable; ✕ = Fully Resistant; ▲ = Situational

Monster Part Extract
Head Red Extract
Neck Red Extract
Torso Orange Extract
Foreleg White Extract
Back Orange Extract
Hind Leg Orange Extract
Tail Orange Extract

Tetranadon Materials and Drops

Low Rank

Materials and Drops
Carves & Drops
Capture Rewards
Broken Part Rewards
Target Rewards
Material Drop Rate
Tetra Carapace 32%
Aqua Sac 24%
Tetranadon Hide 24%
Jumbo Bone 12%
Tetranadon Beak 8%
Dropped Materials
Material Drop Rate
Shiny Nacre 50%
Tetra Carapace 30%, 70%
Tetranadon Hide 20%, 30%
Material Drop Rate
Tetra Carapace 100% (Carapace)
Tetranadon Disc 100% (Plate)
Tetranadon Beak 70% (Beak)
Aqua Sac 70% (Torso)
Tetranadon Hide 30% (Beak), 30% (Torso), 100% (Arm)
Material Drop Rate
Tetra Carapace 32%
Aqua Sac 24%
Tetranadon Hide 24%
Jumbo Bone 12%
Tetranadon Beak 8%

High Rank

Materials and Drops
Carves & Drops
Capture Rewards
Broken Part Rewards
Target Rewards
Material Drop Rate
Tetranadon Hide+ 44% (Body)
Tetra Carapace+ 32% (Body)
Torrent Sac 19% (Body)
Tetranadon Beak+ 5% (Body)
Dropped Materials
Material Drop Rate
Tetra Carapace+ 30%, 70%
Glittering Nacre 30%
Tetranadon Hide+ 20%, 30%
Shiny Nacre 20%
Material Drop Rate
Tetra Carapace+ 100% (Carapace)
Tetranadon Disc+ 100% (Plate)
Torrent Sac 70% (Torso)
Tetranadon Beak+ 70% (Beak)
Tetranadon Hide+ 30% (Beak), 30% (Torso), 100% (Arm)

Tetranadon Weapons and Armor

Tetranadon Close-Range Weapons

Tetranadon Ranged Weapons

Tetranadon Armor

Tetranadon Buddy Equipment

Tetranadon Quest Appearances

Low Rank
High Rank
Quest Type Lvl Quest Name
Challenge Quest ★2 Challenge Quest 01
Hub Quest ★2 Bouncing Brawlers
Urgent Hub Quest ★2 Dead Ringer
Village Quest ★3 Can't Stomach the Thought (Key)
Village Quest ★4 Third Wheel
Village Quest ★5 The Hottest Around
Quest Type Lvl Quest Name
Hub Quest ★4 Honing your Hunting Horn
Hub Quest ★4 The Frost Islands Arena (Key)
Hub Quest ★5 Shadows Over the Frost
Event Quest ★6 Out of Sight, Out of Mind's Eye
Hub Quest ★7 A Frosty Stalemate

Tetranadon Attack Patterns

Name Description
Waterball Barrage/Bomb (Regular) Three waterballs are shot at the hunter.
(Expanded) A large waterball drops on the hunter.
Tetrana-splash With a large jump, the Tetranadon will belly flop at its target.
Ground Pound (Regular) A quick stomp that knocks the hunter off its feet.
(Expanded) Beware of this stomp as it deals serious damage and knocks anything off their feet.
Rock Throw A sluggish attempt of the Tetranadon at attacking with a solid projectile.
Pebble Wave A wave of air, pebbles, and water that deals damage and knocks anything off its feet.
Kappa Charge (Regular)A snout-first paw swipe rush attack that has a chance of bing done twice
(Expanded) The Tetranadon recklessly charges, gut-frst for maximum efficacy.

Waterball Barrage/Bomb

Monster Hunter Rise (Tetranodon) - Waterball Barrage/Bomb.gif

The Tetranadon is capable of unleashing water balls from its giant gut. It will spit three water balls during its normal form, but when expanded, it will shoot one giant water ball instead. If you are hit by this, you immediately contact waterblight.

Tetrana-splash

Monster Hunter Rise (Tetranodon) - Jump Attack.gif

The Tetranadon, in both regular form and expanded form, will jump high up in the air and attempt to jump on the hunter it targets. It's an attack with a huge hitbox and high damage so make sure to dodge it!

Ground Pound

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Similar to a Sumo Wrestler, the Tetranadon will raise one of its feet and slam it to the ground. When in expanded form, it will also cause tremors so bringing some tremor resist skill will help. You can easily get out of the range of this attack as the Tetranadon winds up before slamming its foot on the ground.

Rock Throw

Monster Hunter Rise (Tetranodon) - Rock Throw.gif

When in expanded form, the Tetranadon can pick up rocks and throw them at the player. As soon as the rock is picked up, it's a good idea to watch its movements to easily dodge the attack.

Pebble Wave

Monster Hunter Rise (Tetranodon) - Pebble Wave.gif

The Tetranadon uses its mighty paw to send a hail of pebbles with water towards the hunter. This particular splash can be easily dodged as it only goes in one direction. It has the acceleration to rip the sound barrier, so avoid getting hit by this as it can knock you off your feet.

Kappa Charge

Monster Hunter Rise (Tetranodon) - Gut Slam.gif

The Tetranadon will charge at you gut-first with reckless abandon, attempting to knock you out of commission. This move can be blocked with a weapon that can guard. If the Tetranadon is badly injured, it will deflate after charging.

How to Beat Tetranodon

Check Icon.pngBe Wary of Tetranodon's Front
Check Icon.pngStrike Tetranodon's Expanded Belly
Check Icon.png Rush Attack Can Be Dodged Sideways
Check Icon.pngDodge the Clap
Check Icon.pngRead the Shadows
Check Icon.pngUse the Wirefall After Being Restrained
Check Icon.pngBring Nullberries

Be Wary of Tetranodon's Front

Monster Hunter Rise (Tetranodon) - Dodging a Tetranadon.png

Most of Tetranodon's attacks are performed in front of it. Always be ready to dodge to one of its sides to avoid unnecessary damage.

Strike Tetranodon's Expanded Belly

Monster Hunter Rise (Tetranodon) - Belly Striker.gif

Tetranodon's belly expands when it eats. During this phase, it is incredibly slow and susceptible to long attack combinations.

Take advantage of this temporary weakness by dealing as much damage as possible towards the belly. Tetranodon's belly will contract and eject its contents after receiving enough damage, causing it to get knocked down.

Rush Attack Can Be Dodged Sideways

Monster Hunter Rise (Tetranodon) - Rush Attack Can Be Dodged Sideways.gif

Tetranadon's Rush Attack is a straightforward move. Move sideways to avoid this attack. Take note that this attack will be harder to dodge if Tetranadon's size is expanded. Beware as the Tetranadon can do a double rush!

Dodge the Clap

Monster Hunter Rise (Tetranodon) - Dodge the Clap.gif

The Tetranadon will attempt to stun the hunter by clapping its massive paws, attempting to trap them between its hands. If hit by this, the hunter will be left stunned. Avoid this move by dodge rolling backward or wirebugging away.

Read the Shadows

The Shadows of the Tatranadon acts as a tell when it attempts a Tetrana-splash or any lunging move. Watch for its shadow as it is about to land, this will give you the idea of which direction you can dodge in.

Use the Wirefall After Being Restrained

Monster Hunter Rise (Tetranodon) - Tetranodon Grab Wirefall.gif

When Tetranadon restrains your character, you are unable to escape and will be slammed on the ground. You can Wirebug away once on the ground since a follow-up attack is guaranteed to follow. Learn how to use the Wirebugs more comprehensively by reading our article linked below

Wirebug Moves and Controls

Bring Nullberries

Monster Hunter Rise (Tetranodon) - Eating a Nulberry.gif

Tetranodon's Water Breath Attack inflicts Waterblight on impact. Always have a few Nulberries with you during the hunt to negate this potential deadly effect!

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