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Arzuros Guide

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

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Arzuros Hunter Notes

Basic
Information
Weakness &
Resistance
Kinsect
Extracts
Arzuros
Arzuros Returning Monster.png
Type Fanged Beast Previous Games MH3U, MHG, MHGU
Threat Level 1/10 Rampage Type Stalker
Major Weakness Fire Other Weakness(es) Ice
Blight / Elemental Damage None Abnormal Status None
Characteristics
Beasts known to dwell in humid forest and mountain regions. Though known more for fishing and standing upright to collect honey, their thick claws and heavy forearm plating allow them to deliver powerful blows to any aggressor.
Known Habitat
Map Starting Area Visited Areas Rest Area
Shrine Ruins.pngShrine Ruins 2 / 6 / 7 1 / 2 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 3
Flooded Forest.pngFlooded Forest 9 / 10 1 / 2 / 5 / 8 / 9 / 10 2
Damage Type Weaknesses
Part Sever Symbol (MH Rise).png Blunt Symbol (MH Rise).png Ammo Symbol (MH Rise).png
Head 55 55 55
Upper Half 50 50 62
Foreleg 33 35 28
Abdomen/Hind Leg 55 55 38
Rear 66 66 43
Overall 52 52 45
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 5 10 15 0
Upper Half 25 5 10 15 0
Foreleg 30 5 30 20 0
Abdomen/Hind Leg 15 5 10 20 0
Rear 15 5 10 20 0
Overall 21 5 14 18 0

Higher numbers indicate higher potential damage to the monster.

Hunting Tips
・Arzuros love honey so much that they may steal any you might be carrying and start to eat it on the spot, leaving them vulnerable. Carry around a stash of honey to exploit their sweet tooth.

Status Effect Vulnerabilities
Poison Stun Paralysis Sleep Blast
3★ 2★ 3★ 3★ 2★
Exhaust Fireblight Waterblight Thunderblight Iceblight
3★ 2★ 1★ 1★ 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
Upper Half Orange Extract
Foreleg White Extract
Abdomen/Hind Leg Red Extract
Rear Orange Extract

Arzuros Materials and Drops

Low Rank

Materials and Drops
Carves & Drops
Capture Rewards
Broken Part Rewards
Target Rewards
Material Drop Rate
Arzuros Pelt 38%
Arzuros Brace 18%
Jumbo Bone 16%
Arzuros Shell 14%
Honey 14% (x3)
Dropped Materials
Material Drop Rate
Honey 100%
Sushifish 85%
Beast Tear 50%
Arzuros Shell 40%
Arzuros Pelt 40%, 60%
Goldenfish 15%
Arzuros Brace 10%
Material Drop Rate
Arzuros Shell 39%
Arzuros Brace 24%
Jumbo Bone 20% (x2)
Arzuros Pelt 17% (x2)
Material Drop Rate
Arzuros Brace 80% (Foreleg)
Arzuros Pelt 20% (Foreleg)
Material Drop Rate
Arzuros Pelt 38%
Arzuros Brace 18%
Jumbo Bone 16%
Arzuros Shell 14%
Honey 14% (x3)

High Rank

Materials and Drops
Carves & Drops
Capture Rewards
Broken Part Rewards
Target Rewards
Material Drop Rate
Arzuros Pelt+ 52% (Body)
Arzuros Carapace 30% (Body)
Stoutbone 15% (Body)
Beast Gem 3% (Body)
Dropped Materials
Material Drop Rate
Honey 100% (x3)
Sushifish 75%
Arzuros Carapace 40%
Arzuros Pelt+ 39%, 60%
Beast Tear 30%
Goldenfish 25%
Large Beast Tear 20%
Arzuros Brace+ 10%
Beast Gem 1%
Material Drop Rate
Arzuros Carapace 37%
Arzuros Brace+ 22%
Stoutbone 18% (x2)
Arzuros Pelt+ 16% (x2)
Beast Gem 7%
Material Drop Rate
Arzuros Brace+ 80% (Foreleg)
Arzuros Pelt+ 20% (Foreleg)
Material Drop Rate
Arzuros Pelt+ 36%
Arzuros Brace+ 21%
Stoutbone 14%
Arzuros Carapace 14%
Honey 10% (x6)
Beast Gem 5%

Arzuros Weapons and Armor

Arzuros Close-Range Weapons

Arzuros Ranged Weapons

Arzuros Armor

Arzuros Buddy Equipment

Arzuros Quest Appearances

Low Rank
High Rank
Quest Type Lvl Quest Name
Hub Quest ★1 A Grizzly Encounter
Village Quest ★2 Grizzly Glutton (Key)
Village Quest ★4 Third Wheel
Quest Type Lvl Quest Name
Hub Quest ★4 Divine Comedy (Key)
Hub Quest ★4 Blue, Round, and Cute

Arzuros Attack Patterns

Name Description
Triple Claw Swipes Consecutive claw swipe attacks
Cross Claws Strike A claw swipe attack that crosses together
Charging Bear A reckless charging tackle attack on all fours
Hug and Toss A lethal bear hug and toss
Full-Body Slam A brutal body slam with no remorse

Triple Claw Swipes

Monster Hunter Rise (Arzuros) - Consecutive Claw Attacks.gif

Arzuros will stand up on its hind legs and assume a bipedal position. It will then proceed to swipe the ground directly in front of it in a brutish swinging motion. Dodging this attack is easy as it is very deliberate and slow, added that it is very obvious to spot as well.

Cross Claws Strike

Monster Hunter Rise (Arzuros) - Swipe Attack.gif

The Arzuros stands up on its hind legs and dives downward in the direction of the hunter. It will then unleash a swipe attack using both of its claws, meeting in the middle. If you are quick enough, you can dodge roll backward since there is only a certain range when this attack is effective.

Charging Bear

Charging Bear.gif

Arzuros will charge at the hunter and run over the hunter with reckless abandon. Easy enough to dodge as Arzuros goes in a singular direction but changes its course to follow the hunter. Even if it hits the hunter, it will continue charging until it tires itself out. You can also stop this charge by throwing a Flash Bomb, stunning the Arzuros mid-charge.

Hug and Toss

Monster Hunter Rise (Arzuros) - Arzuros GrabGrab Attack.gif

The Arzuros uses its body to pin the hunter down and then grab them in a lethal bear hug. After shaking the hunter like a rattle, Arzuros will then toss the hunter up in the air. Use the wirebug to escape and if a fellow hunter is grabbed, you can aid him by stunning the monster via various means (flash bombs, traps, etc.)

Full-Body Slam

Monster Hunter Rise (Arzuros) - Tackle Attack.gif

A slightly hard-to-dodge move from the Arzuros. It doesn't have an obvious indicator if it will be used and can be used to attack sideways. Stay vigilant to avoid getting hit as it not only send you flying up but leaves you stunned as you land on the ground.

How to Beat Arzuros

Check Icon.pngIts Tackle Can Cart You Easily
Check Icon.pngRear Weakpoint
Check Icon.pngKeep a Honey Handy

Its Tackle Can Cart You Easily

Monster Hunter Rise (Arzuros) - Arzuros Tackle

Arzuros' tackle has a deceptively large hitbox so try avoiding it by using wirebugs! A very powerful attack in its own right that lacks finesse but makes up for in brute force.

Rear Weakpoint

Monster Hunter Rise (Arzuros) - Behind Weakpoint.gif

Arzuros takes a great amount of damage when attacked from the rear! Be careful though because its full-body slam has no tells and can catch you off guard!

Very Easy to Put Into a Mountable State

Monster Hunter Rise (Arzuros) - Easy to Ride.png

Arzuros is observed to be more susceptible to mounting compared to other monsters. It likes interrupting the hunter if it is fighting another large monster, oftentimes instigating Turf Wars against other Large Monsters in the Shrine Ruins. Take advantage of this to practice Wyvern Riding and deal massive damage on the monster you are hunting.

Keep a Honey Handy

Monster Hunter Rise (Arzuros) - Arzuros Loves Honey

Arzuros loves honey! During its grab attack, the hunter can use Honey to escape - similar to how Dung Bombs are used to escape Deviljho's Feast attack!

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