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This is a comprehensive guide on the Kamura Village found within Monster Hunter Rise (MHRise). Read on to learn more about the different aspects of Kamura VIllage and the different things you can do!
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Kamura Village is a peaceful village known for producing Tatara Steel. Kamura Village serves as the base for Hunters, where you gain access to multiple facilities that can assist you with hunting.
The entirety of Kamura Village is filled with useful NPCs that help you out in various ways. Each NPC has a specific use as well as full lines done by talented Voice Actors.
A disastrous event where a large group of monsters stampede through Kamura Village for various reasons. The Rampage has been happening to Kamura Village since ancient times which may be related to the Wyverian twins that reside in it. 50 years ago, the Rampage almost wiped out the entire village.
With the infamous tradition of the Rampage, the people of Kamura Village have built defenses to fight off the tide of monsters that will eventually crash through. This Defense system is also known as the Stronghold, the location where you do Rampage Quests.
Hinoa is the mediator for Village Quests in Kimura Village. Hinoa is very close with the main character and she treats them like family. Along with her twin, their singing often calms the villagers and her smile radiates through the entirety of Kamura Village.
Minoto is the more serious sister of the twins and is the mediator for Hub Quests in Kamura Village. Similar to her sister, Minoto is close to the main character and expresses concern whenever they go out on dangerous Urgent Quests.
Aside from helping you with unlocking Switch Skills, Master Utsushi also offers High Rank quests for mastering weapons and offers Arena Quests for Hunters looking for a challenge!
Yomogi is the resident chef of the Tea Shop in Kamura Village. Her Bunny Dango offer nutritious benefits to hunters as her Bunny Dango is regarded as a village specialty. So special that it has garnered popularity throughout the land.
Buddy expert Shirubei specializes in levelling up the Buddies that you don't bring with you on hunts. So that even if they are idle, they still accumulate EXP and level up on their own!
Meowcenaries are a different way of farming materials as you choose to send off your buddies to different Locales! In both Low Rank and High Rank, there are nodes for gathering that sometimes host rare goods that only the meowcenaries can find!
Rondine the Trader is the captain of the Argosy, a shipping vessel from a faraway land that specializes in trading goods and exchanging items. With the help of your Palicoes, she can help you in farming materials, some of which can only be obtained through trading.
With the help of the Courier, you can access multiplayer lobbies! Up to 4 hunters can hang out in a lobby within Kamura Village simultaneously. A generous addition compared to the restricted nature of the earlier Monster Hunter games when it came to hub zones. Learn more about the multiplayer side of things by reading our linked article below!
Hamon is the resident blacksmith. Though often cranky, his craftsmanship is pristine. A retired hunter who used to hunt with Fugen the Elder, Hamon offers his services for the battle in defense of Kamura Village. He is in charge of forging and upgrading weapons and armor. Hamon is also in charge of Decorations, which gives you extra buffs in your armor!
The Buddy Smithy right next to Hamon is run by an enthusiastic Felyne named Kisaki. Kisaki is in charge of crafting Buddy equipment.
Kagero offers discounts and gifts from time to time, as well as a lottery system. He also in charge of helping you set up sub-camps and create talismans using the Melding Pot!
The lottery prizes vary depending on how lucky you are that day. You are offered a chance of winning the lottery only once per sale. A maximum of three times if you use Amiibo, though you can only use the lottery once per day per amiibo.
Cohoot is not only a new companion in quests that helps in tracking monsters but also a pet! You can dress up your Cohoot in fancy clothes and give it attention while you stay in Kamura Village.
It seems you can fast travel to each facility in Kamura Village - not just to a certain area, but individual facilities like the Smithy, Canteen, Quest Hubs, etc.!
It is confirmed that you can use Wirebugs inside Kamura Village! You can freely practice here and scale buildings!
|Locales and Other Locations|
|Forlorn Arena||The Citadel|
|Elgado Outpost||The Jungle|
|Shrine Ruins||Frost Islands|
|Sandy Plains||Flooded Forest|
|Kamura Village||Infernal Springs|
Kamura Village | Monster Hunter Rise
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