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How to Carry Eggs: Delivery Quest Guide

This is a guide to delivering monster eggs and other Transport Items in Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise). Learn the controls to deliver Transport Items quickly, all other tips for carrying eggs, and more.

Controls when Delivering Eggs

While carrying an egg or heavy items, your movement will be severely hindered. Thankfully, you'll still have access to your Wirebugs to make your way back to the base camp. Below are the moves you can do while carrying them.




Sprint/Slide

Monster Hunter Rise - Dash Eggs Delivery

Controls
Switch
NSW - R + Left Analog
R + Left Stick
PC
MH Rise - Shift Button+ MH Rise - W ButtonMH Rise - A ButtonMH Rise - S ButtonMH Rise - D Button
Shift + WASD
PlayStation
PS4 - R1 Button.png+ PS4 -  Left Stick.png
R1 + Left Stick
Xbox
XBOX - Right Bumper.png + XBOX - Left Stick.png
RB + Left Stick

While carrying eggs, you can still dash like normal. This will increase your movement speed while carrying eggs, but it does consume stamina. Running out of stamina will cause you to drop the egg, so make sure to keep an eye on it!

Skills like Marathon Runner, Wall Runner, and Stamina Surge will make sure you'll have enough stamina to keep running. Raise your max stamina as well so you can dash for longer!

How to Raise Max Stamina

Sprint Down a Slope to Slide

MH Rise - Egg Slide

Sliding works by dashing down a slope. Make sure to slide whenever you can as you'll move way faster than just running or using Wirebugs.

Wirebugs

Monster Hunter Rise - Wirebug Egg Delivery

Controls
Switch
NSW - ZL+NSW - A, NSW - X, or NSW - ZR
zL + A (Forward), X (Upward), or zR (Targeted)
PC (Melee)
MH Rise - Middle Click + MH Rise - Right Click, MH Rise - Left Click, or MH Rise - M4 Click
Middle Click + Right Click (Forward), Left Click (Upward), or MB4 (Targeted)
PC (Gunner)
MH Rise - Right Click + MH Rise - M4 Click, MH Rise - M5 Click PC, or MH Rise - Left Click
Right Click + MB4 (Forward), MB5 (Upward), or Left Click (Targeted)
PlayStation
PS4 - L2 Button + PS4 - Circle Button.png, PS4 - Triangle Button.png, or PS4 - R2 Button.png
L2 + Circle (Forward), Triangle (Upward), or R2 (Targeted)
Xbox
XBOX - Left Trigger.png + XBOX - B Button.png, XBOX - Y Button.png, or XBOX - Right Trigger.png
LT + B (Forward), Y (Upward), or RT (Targeted)

The best addition to egg delivery quests is MH Rise's Wirebug. You can use Wirebugs while carrying eggs to either climb walls or propel yourself to a great distance without breaking the egg! Try to keep using the Forward motion to cover ground distance quickly.

Use Wirebugs Before Landing

MH Rise - Wirebug Fall Cushion

Wirebugs can also cushion your fall when jumping from high places while carrying an egg or transport item. Take advantage of this to get to camp quicker!

How to Use Wirebugs

Drop Egg

Monster Hunter Rise - Drop the Egg

Controls
Switch
NSW - Y
Y
PC
Monster Hunter Rise - E Keybind
E
PlayStation
PS4 - Square Button.png
Square
Xbox
XBOX - X Button.png
X

If you want to discontinue the delivery, you can drop the egg or item at any time. This will destroy the egg in the process, so avoid doing this if you only wish to take a break from carrying the egg. When enemy monsters appear, it is better to evade them instead of dropping the egg to avoid starting over.

Roll

Monster Hunter Rise - Rolling with the Egg

Controls
Switch
NSW - B
B
PC
MH Rise - Space Button
Space
PlayStation
PS4 - X Button.png
Cross
Xbox
XBOX - A Button.png
A

Rolling is your evasive option when enemies attack you while you're carrying eggs. Since dodging also consumes stamina, you shouldn't nearly drain your stamina with sprinting. Balance between sprinting, walking, and using Wirebugs when delivering eggs to avoid situations where you run out of stamina and enemies attack!

Where to Find Eggs and Transport Items

Pick up from Nests

Monster Hunter Rise - Egg Locations

The easiest way to get eggs is of course, from nests! You can find nests in the Shrine Ruins, Sandy Plains, and the Jungle. Other Locales have heavy transport items which function just like eggs and reward Kamura Points and Zenny once delivered.

List of All Account Items

Laid by Gargwa

Monster Hunter Rise - Scaring a Gargwa to Drop Eggs

Gargwa lay eggs when surprised by attacks. Make sure to throw a Kunai before they notice you, otherwise they won't drop any!

Gargwa Locations and Material Drops

Other Tips While Carrying Eggs

Drops if Attacked by Monsters

Monster Hunter Rise - Dropping an Egg.gif

Your movement options are extremely limited while carrying eggs. To further increase the risk, you will also drop the egg if you get attacked by monsters. Earplugs can help prevent losing the item in case a monster notices you and roars. Make sure to avoid enemy attacks when monsters approach to protect your item!

Flinch Free Protects Against Weaker Attacks

Equipping Flinch Free lets you take hits from some small monster attacks without dropping the egg. Level 3 is ideal since it negates both knockbacks and trips. Try to have this skill on for extra protection!

Flinch Free Skill Effects

Wirebug Whisperer is a Must-Have!

Monster Hunter Rise - Wirebug Whisperer Skill.png

While carrying eggs or other heavy deliverables, your movement options become severely limited. One level of Wirebug Whisperer lets you hold an extra Wirebug for longer, while maxing it makes them recover faster!

Wirebug Whisperer Skill Effects

Drops if you Fall from High Places

Monster Hunter Rise - Broken Bismuth Chunk.gif

While small hops won't cause the egg to break, jumping from an extremely high altitude will break the egg after the fall. This can be canceled by using Wirebugs to dampen your fall.

Deliver to the Supply Box

Monster Hunter Rise - Complete Herbivore Egg Delivery At The Supply Box.png

The Supply Box is your main destination when carrying eggs. You will get a prompt when you approach the box. Once done, the egg will be successfully delivered and you'll get bonuses after the said quest!

List of Egg Delivery Requests

Request Condition and Rewards
Bunny Dangoーwith Eggs! Deliver Account Item
Rhenoplos Egg x1
Dizzybloom Dango
An Egg-cellent Idea? Deliver 2 Gargwa Eggs
Gargwa Egg x2
Egg Hammer I (Design)
Only the Good Eggs Deliver 2 Quality Wyvern Eggs
Quality Wyvern Egg x2
Berry Safe Dango
Black Hell Hunter's Hint Deliver Account Item
Premium Wyvern Egg x1
Gargwa Hammer+ (Upgrade Unlocked)
King Armor Spheres

List of Eggs and Other Transport Items

Master Rank Transport Items
Premium Wyvern Egg Supreme Wyvern Egg Premium Herbivore Egg
Giant Laffresia Bigger Bismuth Chunk Giant Frost Fossil
Moon Drop
High Rank Transport Items
Gold Gargwa Egg Quality Wyvern Egg Rhenoplos Egg+
Alaffresia Big Bismuth Chunk Big Frost Fossil
Low Rank Transport Items
Gargwa Egg Wyvern Egg Rhenoplos Egg
Laffresia Bismuth Chunk Frost Fossil

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