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Basarios Guide

This is a hunt guide for Basarios, a returning monster in Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise) for the Nintendo Switch. Read on to learn how to beat Basarios, its weaknesses, attack patterns, drops, and more!

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Basarios Hunter Notes

Basarios
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Type Flying Wyvern Previous Games MH, MHF, MHF2, MHFU, MH4U, MHGU
Threat Level 3/10 Rampage Type Gate Crasher
Major Weakness Dragon Other Weakness(es) Water
Blight / Elemental Damage Fire Abnormal Status Poison, Sleep
Characteristics
These juvenile Gravios are famous for their rock-hard carapaces. They often burrow underground, mimicking rocks and savaging oblivious miners. Because their carapaces are tougher than that of a full-grown Gravios, they'll attack a threat by charging at it. They are also known to emit a poisonous gas.

Known Habitat

Map Starting Area Visited Areas Rest Area
Sandy Plains.pngSandy Plains 7 / 8 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 11 2
Lava Caverns.pngLava Caverns 4 / 5 1 / 2 / 4 / 5 / 9 / 10 / 11 / 12 / 13 / 14 6 / 10

Gravios Return Possible

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In a later update, it is quite possible that Capcom will announce the return of Basarios' adult form, Gravios. Keep an eye on our update page for free title update announcements!

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Basarios Weaknesses and Vulnerabilities

Monster Physiology

Damage Type Weaknesses

Part
Sever Symbol (MH Rise).png
Blunt Symbol (MH Rise).png
Ammo Symbol (MH Rise).png
Head 20 20 20
Lower Neck 15 20 20
Abdomen 24 25 30
Back 15 20 20
Wing 20 20 20
Leg 25 26 30
Lower Tail 15 15 15
Tail Tip 28 15 15
Overall 20 20 21

Elemental Weaknesses

Part Fire Symbol (MH Rise).png Water Symbol (MH Rise).png Thunder Element (MH Rise).png Ice Element (MH Rise).png Dragon Element (MH Rise).png
Head 10 15 10 10 18
Lower Neck 10 15 10 10 18
Abdomen 10 10 10 10 15
Back 10 15 10 10 18
Wing 10 15 10 10 18
Leg 10 10 10 10 10
Lower Tail 10 15 10 10 18
Tail Tip 10 10 10 10 15
Overall 10 13 10 10 16

Higher numbers indicate higher potential damage to the monster.

Hunting Tips

・Its thick, hardened shell is impervious to most attacks, making it tricky to approach, but if you can break its abdominal plating, you should be able to rip off its shell and deal some heavy hits. Attacks that produce heat will soften up the hide and make the job easier.

Ailments

Status Effect Vulnerabilities

Poison Stun Paralysis Sleep Blast
1★ 1★ 1★ 3★ 2★
Exhaust Fireblight Waterblight Thunderblight Iceblight
1★ 1★ 2★ 1★ 1★

The more stars, the more advantageous it will be for the player.

Item Vulnerabilities

Pitfall Trap Shock Trap Flash Bomb
Sonic Bomb Meat Effects Dung Bomb

◯ = Vulnerable; ✕ = Fully Resistant; ▲ = Situational

Kinsect Extracts

Monster Part Extract
Head Red Extract
Lower Neck Red Extract
Abdomen Orange Extract
Back Orange Extract
Wing White Extract
Leg White Extract
Lower Tail Red Extract
Tail Tip Red Extract

Basarios Attack Patterns

Burrow Attack

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Like Diablos, Basarios can bury itself underground and come up underneath the hunter. Unlike Diablos, however, Basarios damages you through the trail it creates as well!

Breath Attacks

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Basarios can unleash flames from its breath whenever its head is molten. This particular attack has two variations:

Breath Attack Variations
Flame Breath
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Basarios unleashes a massive beam of flame from its mouth in a straight line. Avoid this attack at all costs!
Flame Volley
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Basarios ejects a series of fireballs towards its target. It is fairly easy to avoid as long as you're not too far away.

Gas Cloud

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Basarios ejects a dangerous gas from its underbelly, damaging anyone caught in the attack and applying specific status effects depending on the gas itself.

Click the button below to see all of the gas types:

Gas Cloud Variations
Fire Gas
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Basarios releases a red mist from its abdomen before igniting it in a fiery stream. This particular gas attack can have two patterns.
The first pattern is a stationary attack that releases all of the gas in one sitting.
The second pattern is a series of short gas bursts while Basarios moves forward three steps.
Poison Gas
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Basarios unleashes a purple mist that inflicts Poison to anyone caught in the attack.
Sleep Gas
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Basarios releases a blue mist that inflicts Sleep to anyone caught in the attack.

Slow Roll

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Basarios postures up before crashing down to the ground in a slow barrel roll. This attack is very easy to avoid due to its slow animation.

Rush Attack

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Basarios flexes its wings before running towards its target. Once again, this attack is easy to avoid due to its very slow animation and large telegraph.

Tail Attacks

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Basarios can use its tail to slap hunters who stay behind it for too long. This attack has two possible patterns:

Tail Attack Patterns
Tail Spin
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Basarios spins its tail around for two times, each one swinging its tail 180 degrees.
Backwards Tail Sweep
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Basarios steps backwards while slapping its tail diagonally two-to-three times.

Hip Check

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Basarios flings its massive body sideways, dealing damage launching anyone who lingers on its sides for too long. This attack is surprisingly quick, so be prepared to dodge or block at all times.

How to Beat Basarios

Green Sharpness is Mandatory

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Unless you're using a Gunlance, we recommend that you use weapons that have Green Sharpness or higher against Basarios — Anything lesser will be ineffective.

Avoid Hitting the Wings

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Basarios' wings are incredibly hard and can deflect the attacks of most weapon types regardless of sharpness.

It is recommended that you focus attacks towards the legs, abdomen, lower tail, and head (when it's molten) instead.

Keep an Eye Out for Molten Parts

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Basario heats up specific body parts to perform various attacks. You can use this to identify which attack Basarios can use through the fight:

Molten Part Possible Attacks
Head & Lower Neck Breath Attacks
Abdomen Fire Gas

Another thing to note is that molten parts are softened, meaning you can dish out maximum damage towards these parts without the fear of bouncing!

Take Advantage of Its Slow Speed

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Similar to most heavily armored monsters, Basarios suffers from having slow attack animations. Take advantage of this by landing heavy attacks of your own as they play out!

Bring Antidotes and Energy Drinks

Item Effects / How to Get
A cure for poison/venom.
Crafted or bought from the Merchant.
Antidote Herb
Boosts stamina and prevents sleep.
Crafted using Materials.
Nitroshroom + Honey

As previously mentioned, Basarios' Gas Clouds can either inflict Poison or Sleep status ailments. Always bring Antidotes or Herbal Medicines to nullify Poison — Energy Drinks, on the other hand, can negate the Sleep ailment!

Alternatively, you can also check your base camp's Supply Box once you start the hunt for any free Antidotes or Energy Drinks.

Barrel Bombs Interrupt Its Burrow Attack!

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Basarios' burrow attack can be lured into Large Barrel Bombs. Not only will this damage the Basarios, it will also unburrow it and stun it for a few seconds!

Basarios Materials and Drops

Mine Basarios' Back for Ores!

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You can mine the back of Basarios to obtain various low and high rank Ores. This is only possible once it's in a capturable state — Let basarios flee and submerge into the ground to rest.

Low Rank

Target Rewards

Material Drop Rate
Basarios Pleura 27%
Basarios Wing 20%
Basarios Shell 16%
Poison Sac 12%
Machalite Ore 10% (x2)
Flame Sac 8%
Basarios Tail 7%

Capture Rewards

Material Drop Rate
Basarios Wing 34%
Basarios Shell 24% (x2)
Poison Sac 16%
Flame Sac 14%
Basarios Tail 12%

Broken Part Rewards

Material Drop Rate
Basarios Shell 80% (Head), 25% (Back)
Basarios Pleura 55% (Chest)
Basarios Wing 40% (Back)
Machalite Ore 35% (Back x2), 25% (Chest)
Poison Sac 20% (Chest)
Flame Sac 20% (Head)

Carves

Material Drop Rate
Basarios Tail 80% (Tail)
Basarios Shell 40% (Body), 13% (Tail)
Basarios Pleura 27% (Body)
Poison Sac 21% (Body)
Machalite Ore 12% (Body), 7% (Tail x2)

Dropped Materials

Material Drop Rate
Wyvern Tear 50%
Machalite Ore 35%, 40%
Basarios Pleura 20%
Basarios Shell 15%, 40%

High Rank

Target Rewards

Material Drop Rate
Basarios Pleura+ 28%
Basarios Carapace 19%
Toxin Sac 17%
Inferno Sac 15%
Carbalite Ore 12% (x2)
Basarios Tears 7%
Wyvern Gem 2%

Capture Rewards

Material Drop Rate
Basarios Carapace 27% (x2)
Basarios Wing 18%
Toxin Sac 18%
Inferno Sac 15%
Basarios Tears 10%
Basarios Tail 9%
Wyvern Gem 3%

Broken Part Rewards

Material Drop Rate
Basarios Carapace 70% (Head), 35% (Back)
Basarios Pleura+ 55% (Chest)
Carbalite Ore 40% (Back x2), 25% (Chest)
Basarios Wing 25% (Back)
Toxin Sac 20% (Chest)
Inferno Sac 20% (Head)
Basarios Tears 10% (Head)

Carves

Material Drop Rate
Basarios Tail 70% (Tail)
Basarios Carapace 37% (Body), 17% (Tail)
Basarios Pleura+ 26% (Body)
Toxin Sac 19% (Body)
Carbalite Ore 10% (Body), 10% (Tail x2)
Basarios Tears 7% (Body)
Wyvern Gem 1% (Body), 3% (Tail)

Dropped Materials

Material Drop Rate
Carbalite Ore 31%, 39%
Large Wyvern Tear 30%
Basarios Pleura+ 20%
Wyvern Tear 20%
Basarios Carapace 15%, 40%
Basarios Tears 3%
Wyvern Gem 1%

Basarios Weapons and Armor

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Venom Lance I
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Basarios Venom Spear
Hunting Horn Image
Basarios Rock I
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Basarios Rock II
Hunting Horn Image
Gigant Rock
Hammer Image
Basarios Bash
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Basarios Blow I
Hammer Image
Basarios Blow II
Charge Blade Image
Giga Grips I
Charge Blade Image
Giga Grips II
Charge Blade Image
Giga Grips III
Charge Blade Image
Titan's Vise

Basarios Ranged Weapons

Light Bowgun Image
Grenade Launcher III
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Grenade Revolver
Light Bowgun Image
Grenade Launcher I
Light Bowgun Image
Grenade Launcher II
Heavy Bowgun Image
Earth Eater
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Meteor Bazooka I

Basarios Armor

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Basarios Buddy Equipment

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Basarios Quest Appearances

Low Rank

Quest Type Lvl Quest Name
Hub Quest ★2 Blasted Basarios! (Key)
Village Quest ★4 Off Your Rocker (Key)

High Rank

Quest Type Lvl Quest Name
Hub Quest ★5 Hone Your Heavy Bowgun
Hub Quest ★5 Miner Problem (Key)
Arena Quest ★7 Arena 06

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