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This is an article about all Apex Monsters in Monster Hunter Rise (MHRise). If you want to know about what Apex Monsters are as well as the special mechanic that surrounds them, read on!
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Apex monsters are a special type of monster that are stronger than their normal monster counterparts. They have a predominantly darker coloration with red eyes and streaks all over their bodies. This reminds us of the Apex monsters in MH4U that served as the endgame monsters!
As soon as they arrive on the battlefield, Apex Monsters wreck havoc to anyone or anything in their way! They are so powerful that they can break installation platforms and walls completely! They also hurt a lot so use Wirebugs to evade effectively!
Apex Monsters appear in specific Rampage Quests in which they are the Major Threat. This means that you have to defend the stronghold against two waves of regular monsters before their arrival.
Read more about the Rampage and its mechanics below:
What is the Rampage?
Rampage weapons are special weapons that require specific Apex Materials. Each Apex Monster drops one specific Apex Material.
Refer to the table below:
|Apex Monster||Apex Material|
|・Apex Venom Spike|
|・Apex Blaze Sac|
These particular weapons have six rampage skill slots, making them some of the most versatile weapons in the game.
Apex Arzuros is the first Apex Monster hunters will encounter in the Rampage. Sporting red eyes and black fur, Apex Arzuros is more ferocious than its regular counterpart.
Most of its slam attacks produce a shockwaves that travel a considerable amount of distance, damaging anything they come into contact with.
Read more about this Apex Monster by checking our guide below:
How to Beat Apex Arzuros
Apex Rathian is the second confirmed Apex Monster for Monster Hunter Rise. This particular Apex Monster boasts new attacks and the ability to inflict Noxious Poison, making it a deadly foe for anyone who is unprepared!
Learn more about Apex Rathian by checking our guide below:
How to Beat Apex Rathian
Apex Mizutsune is arguably one of the most aggressive Apex Monster currently in Monster Hunter Rise due to its deadly ranged attacks and ability to close the distance between it and hunters.
Aside from producing regular bubbles like any Mizutsune, Apex Mizutsune has the ability to produce Apex Bubbles which explode on contact and inflict Hellfireblight.
Learn how to defeat this fiercesome Apex Monster by checking our guide below:
How to Beat Apex Mizutsune
With the release of Update 2.0, Apex Rathalos joins the roster of Apex Monsters appearing in Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise).
Apex Rathalos brings fiery vengeance on all Hunters who have wronged it. It boasts stronger and hotter fire breath attacks that can incinerate foes and structures alike.
Learn more about Apex Rathalos by checking our guide below:
How to Beat Apex Rathalos
Together with Apex Rathalos, Apex Diablos also joins the roster of Apex Monsters in Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise) Update 2.0!
Apex Diablos brings sheer brutality and will never stop for anything in its path while charging. It boasts a stronger physique and more refined horn.
Learn more about Apex Diablos by checking our guide below:
How to Beat Apex Diablos
Apex Zinogre is the lone Apex Monster that arrived in Update 3.0 of Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise)!
Apex Zinogre stomps its strong legs that brings down the lightning to anything in its path! Apex Zinogre has a yellow shine that can shows how much control it has over electricity!
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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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