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This is a guide and map for the Shrine Ruins locale in Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise). Learn what materials can be found here at each mining and gathering location, and the locations of all sub-camps and relic records!
List of Contents
|Sub-Camp 1||Area 10|
|Area 10 Sub-Camp|
|How to Unlock||Clear the Request Shrine Ruins Sub-Camp Security after discovering the sub-camp location|
|Quest Conditions||Slay 8 Izuchi in the Shrine Ruins|
|Shrine Ruins Relic Records Locations|
Locations are numbered by the Notebook entries.
The Snow-faced Fox is a rare endemic life that can be found in the Shrine Ruins. To document its existence within your hunting notes, you will have to take a picture of it. Making the mistake of attacking the Snow-faced Fox scares it away.
Though usually, it depends on the position of the monster you are Hunting, you can choose to take either route to your liking. Areas 1, 3, and 4 are the closest to each other, making the permabuffs there easier to collect. The Permabuffers in areas 9 to 13 are harder to reach so getting them is not all that necessary.
This Secret Route is easier to find as it is really close to the base camp. Just head left after entering the area until you are in a small clump of bamboo trees. Go past the bamboo trees and the secret route is there.
This Secret Route is harder to find. You can find it close to the abandoned buildings, near the lowest part of the central mountain near Area 8. You can also reach area 8 by entering through here in Area 3.
You need three wirebugs to do this. You can find Great Wirebugs in Jewel Lillies indicated on the map. Both of these will let you fly high up and reach another wirebug which you can combine for greater altitudes. Getting high up eventually lands you on either a cliff face or on top of an abandoned house. If you land on the house, jump to the other side and you will find vines. If you are on a pathway, just walk to your left. There, you can find the same vines. Proceed to climb the vines until you reach a clear area.
This part is a bit tedious but once you are in the clearing, you can see a house sitting on top of 2 large rocks. Get on top of the house, be careful of slipping. Once on top, you can see a house on top of the mountain. You can reach this by carefully scaling the wall beside it, testing your Wirebug abilities.
Once you successfully scaled the wall, you can now revel in the fact that you conquered a hard task and marvel at the beauty of the locale. There is not much explains why there is a house here, but it may be integral to the story later on.
|Earth Crystal||Iron Ore|
Iron Ore is abundant when you mine Mining Outcrops in the lower level areas of the Shrine Ruins. Make a habit of farming Iron Ore early on since they are very important when forging or upgrading early-game items.
|Machalite Ore||Dragonite Ore|
|Carbalite Ore||Earth Crystal|
|Choice Shoot||Super Shoot|
|Choice Mushroom||Unique Mushroom|
The Wisplanterns are one-half of the needed items to complete the Cultural Exchange sidequest requested by Rondine the Trader!
|Adamant Seed||Antidote Herb||Bitterbug||Blastnut|
|Blue Mushroom||Bomberry||Dragonstrike Nut||Dung|
|Flashfly||Golden Spiribug||Great Wirebug|
|Green Spiribird||Mudbeetle||Orange Spiribird|
|Red Spiribird||Rock Lizard||Scale Lizard|
|Gajau||Great Izuchi||Great Wroggi|
The Shrine Ruins is filled with large mountains and structures that you can climb on top of, especially the mountains in Area 5. As well as tight spaces which have various narrow entrypoints. When hunting, it’s more ideal to initiate fights and lead monsters in open spaces.
Apart from Kamura Village, the Shrine Ruins is the first place you can visit once you boot up the game. Added to this, the layout of the Shrine Ruins is made to feel like a practice zone for using Wirebugs due to its high places.
Littered about the Shrine Ruins are dilapidated buildings which look like they have been abandoned for a long time. These moss-covered remnants of the past seem to be linked to the Rampage, an infamous reoccurring event that has devastated Kamura Village since ancient times.
|Maps and Locations|
|Kamura Village||Shrine Ruins|
|Flooded Forest||Frost Islands|
|Lava Caverns||Sandy Plains|
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