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This is a list of all Quests for Monster Hunter Rise (MHRise). Check out all the different types of quests, some quest information we know, and the meaning of the blue checkmark as well as the yellow speech bubble!
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|Village Quests||Urgent Quests|
|Gathering Hub Quests||Arena Quests|
|Event Quests||Collaboration Quests|
You may have seen blue check marks when you seem to have completed all quests listed in your Quest Counter.
Blue Check Marks in quests denote that you still have quests that you have not unlocked yet. This could be from quests that are unlocked by certain conditions or quests that are given to you by villagers.
For starters, we suggest checking out the Kamura Village for villagers that want to talk to you denoted by speech bubbles above their heads!
|Village Quests||Hub Quests|
Quests may be unlocked by doing another quest, so we suggest checking out our list of all quests above. This will take you to a list of quests with the corresponding unlock conditions!
Yellow speech bubbles on individual quests indicate a sidequest that was accepted and can be completed through the marked quest.
If you check the Fast Travel map (Hold -), you may see fast travel points that have yellow speech bubbles. These are places where there are villagers who want to talk to you and may give you a reward.
The game will prompt you (found on the right side of the screen) if somebody in Kamura Village wants to talk to you. Check out your map and find that NPC!
In Monster Hunter Rise, Village Quests are types of quest that are solo-only and is story-driven. Progressing through the story is usually done by finishing multiple Key Quests and a final Urgent Quest that unlocks higher level quests!
The Gathering Hub is the only place you can play in multiplayer with other players, online or offline. These quests are generally more difficult than their Village Quest counterpart so be ready with your friends!
A lobby in Monster Hunter Rise can accommodate only up to 4 players at a time. This is to mitigate the relatively weaker hardware of the Switch and to foster a more tight-knit hunting party!
Like the past games, Gathering Hub quests can also be done solo! Veteran Hunters who want a challenge do this all the time so when you are confident enough, maybe you can try your hands on doing this!
An Arena Quest is a special type of quest where the game provides you with a choice of standardized armor and weapon. Up to two people can do Arena Quests with certain rewards like coins dropping here!
Side Quests are optional tasks that you can accomplish while out on quests. They are subdivided into two: Requests and Optional Subquests. You can access the list by going to the Start Menu (Press +) → Quests Tab → Side Quest.
Optional Subquests are optional tasks that Hinoa or Minoto provide in Quest Counters. These are passive and should be completed during quests.
The difficulty for multiplayer hunts scales based on the number of players present. In the past, difficulty scaling is only for 1, 2, and 4 players. This time, the difficulty will automatically adjust based on the number of players even if the number of players changes during a quest.
The Rampage is a special type of quest that requires you to defend a stronghold from waves of monsters! Know where and when to use hunting installations to deal big damage!
Rampages also have objectives that you need to accomplish to finish with a higher score. A higher score means better loot so aim for S-Rank!
Quest progression is also shown at the upper right corner of the screen whenever you are at Kamura Village. This helps you track down the number of quests you need to complete per Hunter Rank!
Join Request is a mechanic similar to MHW's SOS Flare. This allows hunters to let other players participate in their current quest!
The Key Quest system has returned in Monster Hunter Rise. Key Quests are specific types of quests that players have to finish to progress their quest level!
There are a set of quests that are marked as key denoted by a red symbol to the left of the quest title. Finishing a certain number of them will let you take on Urgent Quests!
Abandoning Quests will not let you keep items and materials you have acquired but resets all your used items during a quest. We suggest doing this only when you feel like the quest has no hope already!
Returning from Quest, on the other hand, allows you to return to base with all the current items or materials you have already gathered! This is usually done in expeditions where you gather some materials without actually accomplishing a set quest objective.
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Give us the ability to change our layered armor display. What I mean is, ya know how armor looks different on the male and female models? well, I wish there was the ability to change the appearance from the male models of armor, to the female models, and the reverse without changing the gender of your character itself. This would be really nice, as imo some armor pieces look better as the male model version.
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