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This is an article about your Room in Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak. If you want to know more about what you can do inside your Room, the customizations you can do, as well as a list of trinkets and hanging scrolls you can display, read on!
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This is also where you can watch all of the story cutscenes and monster and locale intros that you have seen via the Gallery!
Additionally, if you're just up for a chat, you can talk with your Housekeeper with Chitchat.
You can access your Item Box inside your room like the old games. Here you may navigate through your Item Pouch and Item Box to transfer and refill items in your item loadout, change weapons and equipment, and change your appearance, Layered Armor, or armor pigments.
You can also set your Switch Skills between your Red and Blue Swap Scrolls here, which is used in Switch Skill Swaps!
Your room also has a Buddy Board to customize anything Palico or Palamute related! Change a wide range of settings here like choosing which Buddies to take on hunts as well as set up their gears, skills, and behavior.
Fukashigi the Informant is a Felyne hiding behind a secret compartment located behind the hanging scroll found inside your room in both Kamura and Elgado.
Upon talking to Fukashigi, it will share secrets about some of the characters that you have met in the game.
|The secrets listed are incomplete. Please let us know if you hear a new one from Fukushigi in the comments!|
|First Half||Rice Ball Artist Seihaku likes Komitsu the Sweettooth because of the hunter (you).|
|Second Half||Yomogi the Chef have no idea of the secret truth of her origin.|
|First Half||Doctor Tadori is having packed lunches made for him by Bahari.|
|Second Half||The Quest Damsel and princess Chichae had a beautiful, long mane of hair once.|
Your room, both in Kamura and in Elgado, is not upgradable but has quite a number of customization features that you can personalize.
From hanging scrolls that you've bought from the Argosy, displaying trinkets you've collected from Relic Records or from the Lottery, exhibiting photos that you have taken from the game's Photo Mode, to changing the background music while in Kamura or Elgado - your room has a wide range of features you can try when you want to take a break from hunting!
You can change various items displayed inside your room via the Housekeeper. Just talk to it then choose Room Customization → Change Room Interior.
|Steps in Changing the Room Interior|
|1||Talk to your Housekeeper and choose Room Customization → Change Room Interior.|
|2||Choose the type of display you want to edit.
Hanging Scroll, Trinkets, Alcove/Desktop, and Photos
|3||Choose which item you want to display!|
The decorations you set in your room in Kamura is not linked in the one in Elgado and vice versa. This means that you can decorate your two rooms with different scrolls and trinkets!
You can display any hanging scroll that you have collected inside your room. Scrolls can be bought at the Argosy with Kamura Points, which are unlocked by either progressing through the game, finishing specific quests, or hunting the same monsters ten times!
Kamura Display Shelf
Elgado Display Shelf
Small wooden carvings and statues of monsters and other things can be displayed on the display shelves or at the alcove or desktop in your room.
|Photo Frames in Your Room|
Photos taken while you're out adventuring can be displayed in your room as well. Capture those precious memories and display them proudly for everyone to see!
Hanging scrolls are bought from the Argosy using Kamura Points. Hanging scrolls are unlocked at the Argosy by either progressing through the game and finishing certain quests, or by hunting each monster ten times.
|Hanging Scroll||Price||How to Unlock|
|Izuchi Scroll||1000 pts||10 Great Izuchi |
|Baggi Scroll||1000 pts||10 Great Baggi |
|Kulu Scroll||1200 pts||10 Kulu-Ya-Ku |
|Arzuros Scroll||1000 pts||10 Arzuros |
|Lagombi Scroll||1000 pts||10 Lagombi |
|Volvidon Scroll||1500 pts||10 Volvidon |
|Aknosom Scroll||1200 pts||10 Aknosom |
|Ludroth Scroll||1200 pts||10 Royal Ludroth |
|Barroth Scroll||1200 pts||10 Barroth |
|Khezu Scroll||1200 pts||10 Khezu |
|Tetranadon Scroll||1200 pts||10 Tetranadon |
|Bishaten Scroll||1500 pts||10 Bishaten |
|Basarios Scroll||1500 pts||10 Basarios |
|Pukei Scroll||1500 pts||10 Pukei-Pukei |
|Jyura Scroll||1500 pts||10 Jyratodus |
|Somna Scroll||1500 pts||10 Somnacanth |
|Rathian Scroll||1500 pts||10 Rathian |
|Barioth Scroll||1500 pts||10 Barioth |
|Kadachi Scroll||1500 pts||10 Tobi-Kadachi |
|Magnamalo Scroll||2000 pts||10 Magnamalo |
|Anjanath Scroll||1800 pts||10 Anjanath |
|Nargacuga Scroll||1800 pts||10 Nargacuga |
|Mizutsune Scroll||1800 pts||10 Mizutsune |
|Goss Scroll||2000 pts||10 Goss Harag |
|Rathalos Scroll||1800 pts||10 Rathalos |
|Almudron Scroll||2000 pts||10 Almudron |
|Zinogre Scroll||1800 pts||10 Zinogre |
|Tigrex Scroll||2000 pts||10 Tigrex |
|Diablos Scroll||2000 pts||10 Diablos |
|Rakna-Kadaki Scroll||2000 pts||10 Rakna-Kadaki |
|Daora Scroll||2500 pts||10 Kushala Daora |
|Chameleos Scroll||2500 pts||10 Chameleos |
|Teostra Scroll||2500 pts||10 Teostra |
|Rajang Scroll||2500 pts||10 Rajang |
|Bazel Scroll||2500 pts||10 Bazelgeuse |
|Ibushi Scroll||3000 pts||10 Wind Serpent Ibushi |
|Narwa Scroll||3000 pts||10 Thunder Serpent Narwa |
|Valstrax Scroll||3000 pts||10 Crimson Glow Valstrax |
|Apex Arzuros Scroll||3000 pts||10 Apex Arzuros |
|Apex Rathian Scroll||3000 pts||10 Apex Rathian |
|Apex Mizutsune Scroll||3000 pts||10 Apex Mizutsune |
|Apex Diablos Scroll||3000 pts||10 Apex Diablos |
|Apex Rathalos Scroll||3000 pts||10 Apex Rathalos |
|Apex Zinogre Scroll||3000 pts||10 Apex Zinogre |
|Fast Friends||1000 pts||Reach ★3 Village Quest or |
★2 Hub Quest
|Slayer of Malice||2500 pts||Clear ★5 Urgent Village Quest: Comeuppance|
|Moonlit Night||3000 pts||Clear ★7 Urgent Hub Quest: The All Mother|
|The Showdown||1500 pts||Default|
|Daimyo Hermitaur Scroll||2000 pts||10 Daimyo Hermitaur Hunted|
|Blood Orange Bishaten Scroll||2000 pts||10 Blood Orange Bishaten Hunted|
|Aurora Somnacanth Scroll||2800 pts||10 Aurora Somnacanth Hunted|
|Scorned Magnamalo Scroll||4000 pts||10 Scorned Magnamalo Hunted|
|Garangolm Scroll||3300 pts||10 Garangolm Hunted|
|Shogun Ceanataur Scroll||2800 pts||10 Shogun Ceanataur Hunted|
|Magma Almudron Scroll||3200 pts||10 Magma Almudron Hunted|
|Lunagaron Scroll||3700 pts||10 Lunagaron Hunted|
|Astalos Scroll||3200 pts||10 Astalos Hunted|
|Espinas Scroll||3200 pts||10 Espinas Hunted|
|Gore Magala Scroll||3200 pts||10 Gore Magala Hunted|
|Seregios Scroll||3200 pts||10 Seregios Hunted|
|Pyre Rakna-Kadaki Scroll||3200 pts||10 Pyre Rakna-Kadaki Hunted|
|Malzeno Scroll||4400 pts||10 Malzeno Hunted|
|Shagaru Magala Scroll||3600 pts||10 Shagaru Magala Hunted|
|Furious Rajang Scroll||4000 pts||10 Furious Rajang Hunted|
|Gaismagorm Scroll||5000 pts||10 Gaismagorm Hunted|
|Sun Princess||3500 pts||Clear M★2 Urgent Quest: Scarlet Tengu in the Shrine Ruins|
|Valiant Knight||4000 pts||Clear M★3 Urgent Quest: A Rocky Rampage|
|Dappled Daytime||4500 pts||Clear M★3 Urgent Quest: A Rocky Rampage|
|Deadly Tracker||4500 pts||Clear M★4: Urgent Quest: Ice Wolf, Red Moon|
|The Oppression||5000 pts||Clear M★5 Urgent Quest: Witness by Moonlight|
|The Abyss||6000 pts||Clear M★6 Urgent Quest: Proof of Courage|
Trinkets can be won as prizes at the Lottery every time there is an ongoing sale at the Market.
Monsters trinkets can also be obtained by obtaining all Relic Records from all locales in the game and receiving them as rewards from either Kagero or Oboro at the Market.
|Trinkets Obtained from Relic Records|
|5 Records||10 Records|
|Shrine Ruins||Arzuros Carving||Magnamalo Carving|
|Frost Islands||Tetranadon Carving||Goss Harag Carving|
|Sandy Plains||Great Izuchi Carving||Almudron Carving|
|Flooded Forest||Bishaten Carving||Somnacanth Carving|
|Lava Caverns||Aknosom Carving||Rakna-Kadaki Carving|
|Jungle||Daimyo Hermitaur Statue||Astalos Statue|
|Citadel||Garangolm Statue||Lunagaron Statue|
|Find ALL Relic Records and |
Defeat Narwa the Allmother
|Trinket Lottery Prizes|
Wheeled Canyne Toy
Golden Hojo Cast
You can also change the background music (BGM) via the Housekeeper! You can access this by going to Room Customization → Change BGM.
You can change the songs for the Village, Buddy Plaza, Gathering Hub, and Training Area! More BGMs are also unlocked as you progress the game, and some are available as DLC at the Nintendo eShop or at the Steam store.
Your room is situated beside the Smithy. You can access it seamlessly!
Your room in Elgado is located inside the ship near the market area in Elgado. You need to embark the ship to get access to your room.
Your room is also accessible via fast travel in the Village Map. Just choose Your Room in Kamura or Elgado!
Your Room is a personal place to rest and unwind between hunts. Here you can change the BGM of the whole Kamura Village, display photos you took using Photo Mode, and display trinkets and scrolls you obtained while adventuring!
After going inside your room, you will see the Housekeeper.
You can also spot the display shelf and alcove/desktop for your trinkets, and the Buddy Board and the Item Box inside!
If you want to speak to Fukashigi, approach the hanging scroll in your room and interact with it.
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|How to Get from MR 6 to MR 100 Fast||Anomaly Research Level: How to Get Max Level Fast|
|How to Bring Followers - List of Followers||Special Investigations: How to Unlock|
|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|
|Abnormal Status and Elemental Blight Guide||Buff Duration: How Long Do Buffs Last?|
|Weapon and Armor-Related Guides|
|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|
|How to Change Armor Pigment||How to Hide Armor Pieces|
|How to Upgrade Kinsects||How Does Sharpness Work?|
|Chaotic Gore Magala Weapons Explained|
|Wirebug Moves and Controls||Silkbind Attacks|
|How to Lock-On and Target Settings||Switch Skills Guide|
|Wyvern Riding Guide||Turf Wars|
|What is the Rampage?||Hunter Rank (HR) Guide|
|Unchangeable Appearance Features||How to Fast Travel|
|Fishing Guide||Quest Completion Rewards|
|How to Carry Eggs||Respawn Timers|
|Melding Pot Guide||Solo and Multiplayer Guide|
|Crafting List||How to Use Photo Mode|
|List of Lottery Prizes||How to Save the Game|
|Character Edit Vouchers|
|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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