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Lagombi Guide

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

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Lagombi Basic Information

Basic
Information
Weakness &
Resistance
Kinsect
Extracts
Lagombi
Lagombi Returning Monster.png
Type Fanged Beast Previous Games MHGU
Threat Level 1/10 Rampage Type
Major Weakness Fire Other Weakness(es) Thunder
Blight / Elemental Damage Ice Abnormal Status None
Characteristics
Fanged, long-eared beasts whose warm pelts and thick layers of fat help them survive in cold climates. Though mainly herbviores, Lagombi occasionally make use of their exceptional hearing and ability to glide on ice to sneak up on prey.
Known Habitat
Map Starting Area Visited Areas Rest Area
Frost Islands.pngFrost Islands 3 / 5 / 9 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 9 6
Damage Type Weaknesses
Part Sever Symbol (MH Rise).png Blunt Symbol (MH Rise).png Ammo Symbol (MH Rise).png
Head 45 63 50
Upper Half 44 44 40
Foreleg 30 30 20
Abdomen/Hind Leg 35 35 20
Rear 63 50 35
Overall 43 44 33
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 30 0 20 0 0
Upper Half 30 0 15 0 0
Foreleg 10 0 5 0 0
Abdomen/Hind Leg 10 0 5 0 0
Rear 20 0 10 0 0
Overall 20 0 11 0 0

Higher numbers indicate higher potential damage to the monster.

Hunting Tips
・A Lagombi has very sensitive hearing, and Sonic Bombs will cause it to flinch in pain. Time a well-aimed throw for when it's sliding around, and you may topple it. When enraged, however, Sonic Bombs have no effect on it.

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

Lagombi Materials and Drops

Low Rank

Materials and Drops
Carves & Drops
Capture Rewards
Broken Part Rewards
Target Rewards
Material Drop Rate
Lagombi Plastron 39%
Lagombi Iceclaw 23%
Lagombi Pelt 22%
Jumbo Bone 16%
Dropped Materials
Material Drop Rate
Beast Tear 50%
Lagombi Pelt 40%, 50%
Lagombi Plastron 35%
Lagombi Iceclaw 10%, 15%
Material Drop Rate
Lagombi Plastron 37%
Lagombi Ear 26%
Lagombi Pelt 16% (x2)
Lagombi Iceclaw 16%
Jumbo Bone 5% (x2)
Material Drop Rate
Lagombi Ear 80% (Head)
Lagombi Pelt 20% (Head x2)
Material Drop Rate
Lagombi Plastron 39%
Lagombi Iceclaw 23%
Lagombi Pelt 22%
Jumbo Bone 16%

High Rank

Materials and Drops
Carves & Drops
Capture Rewards
Broken Part Rewards
Target Rewards
Material Drop Rate
Lagombi Pelt+ 38% (Body)
Lagombi Plastron+ 27% (Body)
Lagombi Frozenclaw 24% (Body)
Stoutbone 8% (Body)
Beast Gem 3% (Body)
Dropped Materials
Material Drop Rate
Lagombi Pelt+ 39%, 50%
Lagombi Plastron+ 35%
Beast Tear 30%
Large Beast Tear 20%
Lagombi Frozenclaw 10%, 15%
Beast Gem 1%
Material Drop Rate
Lagombi Plastron+ 32%
Lagombi Ear+ 26%
Lagombi Frozenclaw 16%
Lagombi Pelt+ 14% (x2)
Beast Gem 7%
Stoutbone 5% (x2)
Material Drop Rate
Lagombi Ear+ 80% (Head)
Lagombi Pelt+ 12% (Head x2)
Beast Gem 8% (Head)
Material Drop Rate
Lagombi Plastron+ 38%
Lagombi Frozenclaw 22%
Lagombi Pelt+ 21%
Stoutbone 14%
Beast Gem 5%

Lagombi Weapons and Armor

Lagombi Close-Range Weapons

Lagombi Ranged Weapons

Lagombi Armor

Lagombi Buddy Equipment

Lagombi Quest Appearances

Low Rank
High Rank
Quest Type Lvl Quest Name
Hub Quest ★1 A Snowball's Chance... (Key)
Hub Quest ★2 Bouncing Brawlers
Village Quest ★2 Rabid Rabbit (Key)
Quest Type Lvl Quest Name
Hub Quest ★4 Study the Switch Axe
Hub Quest ★4 Even Cute Things Have Fangs (Key)

Lagombi Attack Patterns

Name Description
Sliding Attack The Lagombi attacks with its entire body like a projectile, multiple times.
Snowball Attack Large snowballs are hurled at the hunter, inflicting Iceblight.
Jump Attack Lagombi lunges high in the air and lands in a large thud.

Sliding Attack

Monster Hunter Rise (Lagombi) - Slide Attack.png

It is an attack where Lagombi slides on its belly and attacks you, often in multiple succession. Whenever it is sliding around, it will be quick and tough to hit so focus on dodging this move instead.

Snowball Attack

Monster Hunter Rise (Lagombi) - Snowball Attack.png

As mentioned before, Lagombi also throws snowballs. The snowballs have a surprisingly wide range, do a lot of damage, and also deals Iceblight, so watch out!

Jump Attack

Monster Hunter Rise (Lagombi) - Jump Attack.png

Lagombi will launch itself into the air and crush the hunter, which does a ton of damage and leaves you stunned when you land.

How to Beat Lagombi

Check Icon.pngFocus on the Head and Hind Legs
Check Icon.pngAnticipate Lagombi's Sliding Attacks
Check Icon.pngAnticipate Lagombi's Jump Attack
Check Icon.pngUse Nulberries When Hit by Snowball

Focus on the Head and Hind Legs

Monster Hunter Rise (Lagombi) - Head and Hind Legs.gif

Lagombi's belly is surprisingly tough and can deflect attacks. Focus your attacks on its Head and Hind Legs instead!

Anticipate Lagombi's Sliding Attacks

Monster Hunter Rise (Lagombi) - Anticipate Lagombi

Lagombi's Slide Attacks can disorient and may even cart hunters during the fight — Especially when enraged.

Keep an eye out for when Lagombi gets on all four legs. This telegraphs that it is preparing for one or multiple Sliding Attacks. Consider stopping the offensive first and focus on avoiding during this time.

While it can be difficult to time, Sonic Bombs can send Lagombi crashing from its Sliding attack! It is important to note that this particular tactic does not work when Lagombi is enraged.

Anticipate Lagombi's Jump Attack

Monster Hunter Rise (Lagombi) - Anticipate Lagombi

Lagombi's Jump Attack is its strongest attack. In light of this, it is paramount that you keep an eye out for this particular attack at all times during the hunt.

Track Lagombi's shadow while it is airborne. This gives you an indicator as to where it'll land, giving you more than enough time to dodge out of harm's way. Shielded weapons such as the Charge Blade and Lance can take advantage of this slow but powerful attack by parrying it their respective Silkbind Attacks.

Use Nulberries When Hit by Snowball

Monster Hunter Rise (Lagombi) - Nulberry in Item Box.png

Getting hit by the Lagombi with its snowball attack will leave you with Iceblight which slows your wirebug gauge recovery. You still have movement when Iceblighted though limited, which is why you should use Nulberries to rid of status effects.

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      Each upgrade level adds 2 points to defense. Depending on rarity the armor will have different levels to max up to. Take the total levels minus one and multiply by 2 to get the total defense plus what the armor started with.

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