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Barroth Guide

This page is about Barroth, a monster appearing in Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise) for the Nintendo Switch. Read on to learn how to beat Barroth, its weaknesses and ailments, attack patterns, obtainable materials, and more!

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Barroth Basic Information

Barroth
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Type Brute Wyvern Previous Games MH3, MH3U, MHGU, MHW, MHWI
Threat Level 3/10 Rampage Type
Major Weakness Fire Other Weakness(es) Ice
Blight / Elemental Damage Water Abnormal Status None
Characteristics
Usually remain beneath the mud, perhaps to shield themselves from heat; they are even known to attack by flinging mud. They will charge in a frenzy at anything that disturbs their bogs.

Known Habitat

Sandy Plains.pngSandy Plains

Barroth 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 22 25 15
Torso 36 45 35
Foreleg 50 55 50
Hind Leg 36 30 25
Tail 47 47 50

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 40 0 0 20 10
Torso 25 0 0 10 5
Foreleg 20 0 0 10 5
Hind Leg 20 0 0 15 5
Tail 25 0 0 20 10

Higher numbers indicate higher potential damage to the monster.

Hunting Tips

・If you get hit by the mud a Barroth flings around, you'll get muddy, which means that any pro hunter should prioritize attacking the muddy parts of the monster to clean it off! Once you've got rid of all that mud, fighting will be some good, clean fun.

Ailments

Status Effect Vulnerabilities

Poison Stun Paralysis Sleep Blast
3★ 0 3★ 1★ 3★
Exhaust Fireblight Waterblight Thunderblight Iceblight
1★ 2★ 1★ 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
Torso Orange Extract
Foreleg Orange Extract
Hind Leg White Extract
Tail Red Extract

Barroth Attack Patterns

Head Bash Attacks

Barroth can use its extremely hard head to headbutt anyone or anything in front of it! This particular attack has three possible patterns:

  • Barroth walks a few steps to the front with its head flexed upward. This is followed by a quick frontal slam with its head.
  • Barroth swings its massive head twice from side to side.
  • Barroth does a slow walk — similar to the first pattern. The difference with this particular pattern is that it delays its head slam by around a second before slamming it with extra force, dealing more damage and possibly leaving a mud pile.

Charge Attack

Barroth hisses like a train, preparing to bulldoze anything in its path.

Mud Sling Attack

When heavily caked in mud, Barroth will sometimes shake some off its body to sling mud piles around it. These mud piles persist for a while and can temporarily restrain anyone within them.

Double Tail Whip Attack

Barroth can use its tail to attack anyone behind it. This is telegraphed whenever its tail is suddenly flicked upwards, followed by two dipping tail whips from side to side.

How to Beat Barroth

Avoid Hitting the Head

Unless your using a Hammer, Gunlance, or Charge Blade, it is recommended that you avoid attacking Barroth's head! Barroth's head is extremely tough and will easily deflect most attacks from almost all weapon types.

Focus on its Hind Legs and Tail

Barroth's Hind Legs are relatively vulnerable parts as most of its attacks come from either its head or tail. Focus your attacks here to safely chip away at its mud armor.

Anticipate Barroth's Charge Attack

Barroth's most dangerous attack is its Charge Attack. This can be easily identified by Barroth's iconic hiss that resembles a train before running over anything in a straight path in front of it.

Always keep an ear out for the hissing sound and get ready to dodge out of the way!

Be Wary of Mud Piles

Two of Barroth's attacks produce mud piles that persist for a few seconds. These are potential death traps that temporarily restrain anyone careless enough to get caught in them.

Take note of their locations at all times and position the fight accordingly.

Mudbeetles are Effective Against Barroth

Mudbeetles are probably the best endemic life you can use against Barroth as its effect can completely negate Barroth's mud armor. Use this to your advantage whenever possible!

Bring Nullberries

Barroth's mud piles can inflict Waterblight on anyone caught inside them. Always bring a few Nullberries to negate this deadly effect!

Barroth Materials and Drops

Low Rank

Target Rewards

Material Drop Rate
Barroth Ridge 28%
Barroth Claw 20%
Barroth Shell 14%
Barroth Scalp 10%
Fertile Mud 10% (x2)
Monster Bone M 10%
Barroth Tail 8%

Capture Rewards

Material Drop Rate
Barroth Claw 30%
Barroth Ridge 22%
Barroth Scalp 13%
Barroth Tail 12%
Barroth Shell 12% (x2)
Fertile Mud 11% (x2)

Broken Part Rewards

Material Drop Rate
Barroth Claw 100% (Foreleg)
Barroth Shell 100% (Hind Leg)

Carves

Material Drop Rate
Barroth Tail 70% (Tail)
Barroth Shell 42% (Body), 30% (Tail)
Barroth Ridge 30% (Body), 20% (Scalp)
Barroth Claw 20% (Body x2)
Barroth Scalp 8% (Body), 80% (Scalp)

Dropped Materials

Material Drop Rate
Barroth Shell 50%
Wyvern Tear 50%
Fertile Mud 35%, 30% (x2)
Barroth Ridge 15%, 20%

High Rank

Target Rewards

Material Drop Rate
Barroth Ridge+ 29%
Barroth Claw+ 21%
Barroth Carapace 15%
Rich Mud 11% (x2)
Monster Keenbone 11%
Barroth Tail 6%
Barroth Scalp 6%
Wyvern Gem 1%

Capture Rewards

Material Drop Rate
Barroth Claw+ 32%
Barroth Ridge+ 23%
Barroth Carapace 13% (x2)
Rich Mud 11% (x2)
Barroth Scalp 8%
Barroth Tail 8%
Wyvern Gem 5%

Broken Part Rewards

Material Drop Rate
Barroth Carapace 100% (Hind Leg(
Barroth Claw+ 100% (Foreleg)

Carves

Material Drop Rate
Barroth Tail 60% (Tail)
Barroth Carapace 42% (Body), 37% (Tail)
Barroth Ridge+ 31% (Body), 27% (Scalp)
Barroth Claw+ 21% (Body x2)
Barroth Scalp 6% (Body), 70% (Scalp)
Wyvern Gem 3% (Tail), 3% (Scalp)

Dropped Materials

Material Drop Rate
Barroth Carapace 50%
Rich Mud 35%, 30% (x2)
Large Wyvern Tear 30%
Wyvern Tear 20%
Barroth Ridge+ 14%, 20%
Wyvern Gem 1%

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    • >>[13]
      I mean u do got a point but how are you supposed to learn from the games' mistake, not mine. As I recall, the attack was a good chunk o' screen away from me. The hit box of the attack is either way too large or my characters' hurt box is that chunky.

    • >>[2]
      Player list provides all of their equipment information. But honestly that doesn't really matter mid hunt. Don't add DPS trackers. It gets really annoying hunting with someone thats just shouting out the damage numbers all hunt

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