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This is a guide to battling flying enemies in Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise) for the Nintendo Switch. Read on to know how to fight against Flying Monsters, countermeasures you can use when playing as a melee, and all the options you can choose from when facing a flying foe.
The Bow, Light Bowgun, and Heavy Bowgun can all deal with flying enemies easily. Just aim your cursor and fire at them to deal damage. However, ranged weapons have lower defenses than melee so opting for a full ranged party may not always be the best choice.
When playing as a melee against flyers, waiting for them to descend is often the most practical approach to fighting them. Enemies won't fly forever and waiting for a chance to attack is a viable strategy.
Flyers' flight duration can be reduced by damaging their wings. Asking your ranged party members to focus the enemy's wings is also highly suggested to increase your melee fighter's DPS throughout the remainder of the fight.
The Partbreaker skill makes a return in Rise and its value in destroying wings is still valuable for a team. Ask party members to slot in some Partbreakers to weaken monsters as well as gain more loots after the fight!
EnlargeFlash Bomb against Aknosom
Some Endemic Lives like the Flashfly can cause the same effects as Flash Bombs. Using Ensaring Lives against the right flying enemy can also cause them to crash down into the ground!
While it's a dangerous option to consider since you only usually have two of them, using the Wirebug to attack a flying enemy is an option. This becomes a better option if you have a strong jump attack like the Great Sword's charge slash but we don't recommend doing this as it may leave you vulnerable to attacks while mid-air.
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|Beginner's Guide||Best Beginner Weapons|
|How to Climb Walls||How to Change Your Name|
|How to Raise Max Stamina||How to Cook Well-Done Steaks|
|All Sub-Camp Locations||All Relic Record Locations|
|Best Mining Spots: Where to Find Ore||How to Unlock Weapon Trees|
|Rampage Guide: How to Get S-Rank||Best Dango Combinations|
|How to Aim with the Bow: Manual Aim Vs. Gyroscrope|
|How to Farm Money||How to Farm Kamura Points|
|Which Items to Sell||Talisman Farming|
|How to Capture Monsters||How to Avoid Attacks: Frame Dodge Guide|
|How to Beat Flying Monsters||How to Beat Fish Monsters|
|How to Make Monsters Sleep||Best Buddies to Bring|
|Best Item Loadouts|
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It is smart to buy a switch for several huge games, MHR being one of them.
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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