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This is a guide for the Gathering Hub in Monster Hunter Rise (MHRise). If you want to know more about what to do and how to use the Gathering Hub, read on!
*The information here is based on past games, the demo, and the official Monster Hunter social media accounts. We will update this article as soon as new information comes to light!
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This is a place where friends gather in online/local multiplayer to take quests and socialize in Monster Hunter Rise. You can bring your Buddies as well to interact with them!
Like in past Monster Hunter games, we expect the Gathering Hub to be available offline as well. Though the hub-specific quests are tough, some players challenge themselves and take these on!
This is the place where you would take Hub Quests. Beware though because these types of quests are made for multiplayer so they are inherently tougher! Veterans take these on solo as a challenge so maybe you can do that as well!
Hub Quests are managed by Minoto, the twin sister of Hinoa that handles the Village Quests. Talk with her to check the available quests in the Gathering Hub.
The Arena Quests Counter is basically where you take Arena Quests. These can be taken by a maximum of two hunters and will test your mettle using specified equipment and items!
Arena Quests are managed by Master Utsushi, the teacher of the village that mentors young hunters. If you have played the demo, you may have encountered him in the Basic Training Quest teaching you the ropes!
Like most hubs, the canteen and market are both present in the area for easy access. Use these to eat before a quest or buy things that will help you in hunts!
A special area called Hub Prep Area is connected to the Gathering Hub to specifically cater to hunt-related needs. This could be the area where hunters will prepare all their loadouts and equipment before deploying on quests!
Inside the Prep Area is a Smithy that forges and upgrades equipment on the fly and a Housekeeper that grants access to the Meowcenaries and Argosy. The main facilities for these services are usually found in the village but they built these satellite facilities in the Prep Area for convenience! Sweet!
There is no news yet if the Gathering Hub will be limited to 4 players only (pre-World games) or can go up 16 players (World). But looking at pre-release photos, we can see that the canteen only has 4 seats so we think this is the Hub's maximum capacity.
This also makes sense because compared to World, Monster Hunter Rise is released in portable hardware so we do not think the Switch can handle a lot of players moving around at the same time.
Like most services, the Gathering Hub might be accessible via Kamura Village. We will update this article for a detailed explanation on how to access this area as soon as more news are announced!
|Village Quests||Gathering Hub Quests|
|Arena Quests||Side Quests|
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You guys think we’re gonna get some kind of palico trading system like in Gen?
Prolly a typo official naming from sites is Magnamalo
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