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This is an article about the Cohoot, a new pet in Monster Hunter Rise (MHRise). If you want to know what it does and how you can interact with it, read on!
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|Cohoots are popular pets in Kamura, beloved for their affectionate and clever nature. Apart from providing some much-needed comfort to hunters, they also help out on quests by showing the positions of monsters.
In-between quests, you can dress them up in fancy outfits, so make sure to give them the daily attention they deserve.
The Cohoot is your Hunter's new pet owl in Monster Hunter Rise (MHRise). You may interact with it while in Kamura Village like Poogie in the past games!
As of writing, there is no news yet for the return of Poogie. In Monster Hunter World, Poogies pick up items, can be dressed and interacted with. With the introduction of Cohoots, it seems that it will completely replace Poogies as the village pet.
At the start of any quest, your Hunter will release a Cohoot to scout the location. It will show all monster positions which hunters can see on their maps. The Cohoots, however, cannot identify the monster completely hence the map does not show their monster icons at the start.
The Cohoot enables Hunters to send Join Requests so other Hunter can join you in your current quest. Think of it like the SOS Flare in Monster Hunter World (MHW)!
The Cohoot's Nest can be found on top of the tall tree bearing the Buddy Plaza Shrine within the Buddy Plaza. In its nest are items, some of which are rare like the Lagniapple and Steel Egg. So, be sure to check the nest as it refreshes after every 5th quest completed.
|Outfit||How to Get|
|Kamura Gorget||The Cohoot's default outfit unlocked from the beginning.|
|Rugged Fullsuit||Obtained after defeating Magnamalo in ★ 5 Village Quest Comeuppence. Gifted by Mihaba the Apprentice.|
|Garb of Glad Tidings||Gifted by Komitsu the Sweettooth after clearing the First Rampage Quest.|
|The Stealth Woof||Given as a reward in the optional quest Flying Billboards, by Canyne Master Inukai|
Calling your Cohoot to you changes your game HUD interface. Every other menu cannot be accessed except for Cohoot Controls which will pop up on the Right-side of your screen. You can still do camera controls while accessing Cohoot Controls.
You can access the Pet Menu by pressing the X Button. Once there, you choose the Change Clothes option by pressing the A Button.
Once the Cohoot Clothing options are open, you will then see the available clothing your Cohoot can wear!
Whenever you decide to take a Selfie in Photo Mode, your Cohoot will hold the camera and take a photo for you! A nice touch, Capcom!
It seems you can interact with Cohoots by feeding them! In the past games, interacting with Poogies increases their affection and in turn, increases the quality of the items they pick up. We expect that some kind of benefit will be implemented in Rise but at this moment, it is yet to be known.
Since thinking up names is one of the most difficult parts of any game in any generations, we'll be having Cohoot name suggestions here! Refer to our name list for Cohoots and be the best Cohoot Master there is!
|Village Facility Guides|
|Room Guide: Things To Do Inside Your Room||Training Area Guide|
|Canteen and Food Skills||Gathering Hub Guide|
|Character Creation Guide||List of Controls|
|Palico Guide||Palamute Guide|
|Cohoot Guide||List of Settings|
|Can I Change My Name?||Can I Change Gender?|
|Hunter and Monster Stats|
|Explanation of Hunter Stats||Monster Stats Explained|
|Attack and Elemental Attack||Defense and Elemental Defense|
|Affinity and Negative Affinity||Monster Size and Effects|
|Wirebug Moves and Controls||Silkbind Attacks|
|Wyvern Riding Guide||Turf Wars|
|Hunter Rank (HR) Guide||Rampage Guide|
|Crafting List||What is the Rampage?|
|How to Lock-On and Target Settings||Switch Skills Guide|
|Abnormal Status and Elemental Blight Guide||How to Use Photo Mode|
|Unchangeable Features||How to Fast Travel|
|Fishing Guide||Quest Completion Rewards|
|How to Carry Eggs||Respawn Timers|
|Melding Pot Guide||How to Upgrade Kinsects|
|How to Change Armor Pigment||How to Hide Armor Pieces|
|Solo and Offline Play Guide||How Does Sharpness Work?|
|How to Rollback Weapons||How to Forge Weapons and Armor|
|Damage Types: Difference Between Sever, Blunt, Projectile Damage||How to Use Weapon and Armor Designs|
|Multiplayer and Co-op Guide||Hunter Connect and Like Function|
|How to use the Chat Feature||How to Use Gestures|
|Join Requests Guide||How Does Difficulty Scaling Work?|
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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.
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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