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This is a hunting guide for Mizutsune, a new monster in Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise). Read on to learn Mizutsune's weaknesses, forgeable weapons, forgeable armor, drops, and more!
|All Mizutsune Related Articles|
|Mizutsune Guide||Mizutsune Weapons||Mizutsune Armor|
List of Contents
|Type||Leviathan||Previous Games||MHG, MHGU|
|Threat Level||6/10||Rampage Type||Stalker|
|Major Weakness||Dragon, Thunder||Other Weakness(es)||ー|
|Blight / Elemental Damage||Water||Abnormal Status||Bubble|
|A specially evolved Leviathan with a sleek, lithe body, Mizutsune can secrete a peculiar foam that covers its foes in immobilizing bubbles. Once its prey's movement is imapired, it closes in with spry, dance-like movements.|
|Map||Starting Area||Visited Areas||Rest Area|
|Shrine Ruins||6 / 10 / 13||1 / 2 / 6 / 8 / 9 / 10 / 13||6|
|Frost Islands||12||1 / 2 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 14||14|
|Flooded Forest||6||1 / 2 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 14||14|
Higher numbers indicate higher potential damage to the monster.Hunting Tips
|・A Mizutsune slicks itself up to do a sliding attack, but its sliding also makes it susceptible to falling over, providing an opening for attack. If you're hit by its bubbles, you can scrub them off by running around and dodging furiously, or using a Cleanser.|
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
|Bubblefoam||30%, 25% (x2)|
|Mizutsune Scale||19%, 45%|
|Mizutsune Claw||80% (Right Claw), 80% (Left Claw)|
|Mizutsune Fin||65% (Head), 60% (Dorsal Fin), 10% (Dorsal Fin x2)|
|Bubblefoam||32% (Head), 30% (Tail)|
|Mizutsune Purplefur||30% (Dorsal Fin), 20% (Right Claw), 20% (Left Claw), 68% (Tail)|
|Mizutsune Plate||3% (Head), 2% (Tail)|
|Mizutsune Tail||75% (Tail)|
|Mizutsune Scale+||38% (Body)|
|Mizutsune Purplefur+||25% (Body), 15% (Tail)|
|Mizutsune Claw+||12% (Body)|
|Mizutsune Plate||3% (Body), 7% (Tail)|
|Mizutsune Water Orb||3% (Tail), 1% (Body)|
|Large Wyvern Tear||35|
|Mizutsune Water Orb||1|
|Mizutsune Water Orb||3%|
|Mizutsune Claw+||80% (Right Claw), 80% (Left Claw)|
|Mizutsune Fin+||60% (Head), 60% (Dorsal Fin), 10% (Dorsal Fin x2)|
|Mizutsune Purplefur+||30% (Dorsal Fin), 20% (Right Claw), 20% (Left Claw), 65% (Tail)|
|Bubblefoam+||30% (Head), 28% (Tail)|
|Mizutsune Plate||7% (Head), 5% (Tail)|
|Mizutsune Water Orb||3% (Head), 2% (Tail)|
|Hana no Nagoriwo I||Hana no Nagoriwo II|
|Kurenawi Ougi||Fond Farewell I|
|Fond Farewell II||Parting Slice|
|Tamonowo||Kakaru Kumo Naki II|
|Kakaru Kumo Naki I||Hana Mo Hana Nare II|
|Kimi Ga Kiru||Hana Mo Hana Nare I|
|Fox Halberd I||Curved Naganagi|
|Fox Halberd II||Poetic Bell I|
|Poetic Bell II||Summoning Bell|
|Purity Hammer I||Purity Hammer II|
|Sinter Hammer||Ukiyo no Yamiwo I|
|Ukiyo no Yamiwo II||Akanesasu|
|Hanayako Yohino II||Hanayako Yohino I|
|Morning Dawn II||Morning Dawn I|
|Evening Dusk||Mizuniya Drill I|
|Final Fieldblade||Mizuniya Drill II|
|Quest Type||Lvl||Quest Name|
|Hub Quest||★3||My Muse the Mizutsune (Key)|
|Village Quest||★5||Waltzing by Moonlight (Key)|
|Village Quest||★6||Like a Flash of Lightning|
|Straight Water Breath Attack||Water-breath attack in a straight line|
Sliding Water Breath Attack
|Moving water-breath attack by sliding using bubbles|
|Sweeping Water Breath Attack||Water-breath attack that sweeps from side-to-side|
Rotating Water Breath Attack
|A water-breath attack in a circle, sweeps 360°|
|Bubble Attack||Spits multiple bubbles|
Big Bubble Attack
|Spits one, huge bubble|
|Tail Slam||Attack that slams the tail forward|
|Jumping Slam||Charge attack that jumps and lands while rotating|
|Full Body Slam||Body slam attack using its belly. Mizutsune will usually stand up with front legs before it executes the move.|
Mizutsune will execute a water beam attack that can deal a lot of damage! Take note that there are four ways Mizutsune will execute this:
Mizutsune is constantly wreathed in bubbles of various colors each of which have unique effects when popped by hunters.
|Pink||Causes Bubbleblight after being hit twice|
|Red||Grants an attack booth|
Aside from the usual bubble attacks, Mizutsune will also charge and blow a huge bubble that is very difficult to evade! Use Wirebugs to execute a faster evade especially if you are near Mizutsune!
This is the Mizutsune's bread-and-butter move. This is a very fast move especially when Mizutsune is enraged so be careful!
This attack is the most dangerous of all! Mizutsune usually does this when enraged and it can catch hunters off guard. Mizutsune will jump up and land while rotating, creating bubbles in the process. This can cart most hunters unaware of the tells so be mindful!
This is an attack that is frequently executed by Mizutsune and can be telegraphed properly. Whenever Mizutsune raises its head and stands up half-way with its rear legs, prepare for a body slam attack! This has a huge hitbox so try evading very far whenever you see the tells.
Keep a Cleanser Handy
Throwing Kunai Can Pop Bubbles
Prioritize Head Attacks
Attack Opportunity After Roars!
Side and Hind Legs Are the Safest Parts
Wirebug to Dodge the Water-Breath Attack
Use Thunder Element Weapons
When you really cannot handle the Bubble, keep a Cleanser handy! Whenever you see that bubbles are accumulating on your hunter and you find it hard to maneuver, use it!
Though we do not recommend it, you can use Throwing Kunai to pop the bubbles Mizutsune creates. The throwing kunai are infinite too so do not worry about running out!
However, we recommend dodging and walking away from them though as popping them manually can distract you from Mizutsune's attacks.
Mizutsune is weakest on its head so try targeting it as much as possible. The head can be broken twice as well so more monster material drops after the hunt!
Mizutsune will be open for attacks after every roar. Most silkbind attacks have counterattack capabilities so use this to get free hits! Be warned though, most of these counterattack silkbind moves cost 2 wirebugs so make it count!
For Mizutsune in general, you'd want to hit the head but should you need to play safe for the time being (eg. when Mizutsune is angry), stay near its side and hind legs. The damage to Mizutsune will not be as great as when hit in the head but it will be safer.
When Mizutsune is about to unleash a straight-line water-breath attack, it is easy to evade to the side. The problem lies when it does a side-to-side water-breath attack so use a wirebug when it does. Time it properly so you can safely cross to the safe zone when it sweeps!
If you are out of wirebug charges then an emergency evade will also suffice. To execute an Emergency Evade, sprint away from the monster and dodge by pressing B!
If you are hit by the water-breath attack, you will be afflicted by Waterblight. This will greatly increase your stamina consumption so be wary of this status effect. You may use a Nulberry to nullify this or use a Wiredash to dry yourself off.
Mizutsune is weak against the Thunder element so use a weapon that has the same element. Moreover, monsters affected by Thunderblight will be more susceptible to stun even without using blunt weapons!
|All Mizutsune Related Articles|
|Mizutsune Guide||Mizutsune Weapons||Mizutsune Armor|
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Hello I was wondering I was looking at the updates for the future and I have been looking for anything on the topic but to no avail I was wondering if there will be any new monsters in the possible future it would be cool to see more monsters from other monster hunter games like from freedom unite or world or even iceborn I'm just curious I mean I almost have done everything so far and I love this game so much I haven't stopped playing it on my switch if it's possible I would love to know.
Thunder God's Armor
Pigment 2 for all is 160, 50, 15
Head and chest 1: 35, 65, 20
Arm1: 35, 70, 50
Waist1: 35, 65, 40
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