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Melding Pot Kagero Merchant
This is a guide to using and unlocking the Melding Pot, a facility in Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise) for the Nintendo Switch. Read on to know how to use the Melding Pot, where the Melding Pot is located, how to unlock it, items you can obtain from the Melding Pot, and the success rates of each item.

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What is the Melding Pot?

Used to Craft Talismans

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The Melding Pot is the primary method to obtain Talismans in Monster Hunter Rise. Talismans are akin to Charms in Monster Hunter World, and are an extra piece of equipment used to provide additional Skills for the hunter.

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How to Unlock the Melding Pot

Reach Village Quest 5 Star or Hub 3 Star then complete 1 more quest

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The Melding Pot can be unlocked after reaching 5 star on the Village quests or 3 stars on the Hub quests. Once done, you have to complete 1 more quest then the Melding Pot will be unlocked.

How to Use the Melding Pot

Talk to Kagero the Merchant

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Your friendly merchant is also the one handling the Melding. Compared to the MHW's various melding options, you are limited to getting Talismans only from the Melder.

At the Melding Pot, you will be able to create new Talismans but they have a percentage rate for success. Refer to our melding pot list below to see all craftable talismans and their success rates!

Talismans will be completed after a quest

Amulet Completed
The Talismans you have crafted will be melded after a single non-expedition quest. Only 1 Amulet will be completed per quest!

Talismans will be melded even if you fail a quest, so it's possible to farm Talismans quickly by purposefully failing hunts.

Requires 10 points of material value when crafting

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Lower ranked materials like Arzuros pelts will have lesser quality than materials obtained from enemies like Magnamalo. Take into consideration your materials and decide which talisman you want to craft, and if you have enough materials to spare for crafting.

Melding Pot Success Rates Per Talisman

Melding Method Directory
Reflecting Pool Haze Moonbow

Reflecting Pool

Ability Success Rate Ability Success Rate
Constitution 70% Stamina Thief 70%
Affinity Sliding 70% Horn Maestro 70%
Recovery Up 70% Recovery Speed 70%
Fire Resistance 100% Water Resistance 100%
Ice Resistance 100% Thunder Resistance 100%
Dragon Resistance 100% Poison Resistance 100%
Paralysis Resistance 100% Sleep Resistance 100%
Muck Resistance 100% Blast Resistance 100%
Botanist 100% Geologist 100%
Bormbardier 70% Item Prolonger 70%
Free Meal 80% Fortify 80%
Carving Pro 70% Hunger Resistance 80%
Leap of Faith 80% Diversion 80%
Master Mounter 80% Wirebug Whisperer 70%
Wall Runner 70% - -

Haze

Ability Success Rate Ability Success Rate
Fire Attack 40% Water Attack 40%
Ice Attack 40% Thunder Attack 40%
Dragon Attack 40% Poison Attack 30%
Constitution 50% Quick Sheath 30%
Slugger 30% Stamina Thief 50%
Affinity Sliding 50% Horn Maestro 50%
Reload Speed 30% Recoil Down 30%
Steadiness 30% Defense Boost 40%
Divine Blessing 40% Recovery Up 50%
Recovery Speed 50% Speed Eating 30%
Wind Proof 30% Bubbly Dance 30%
Blight Resistance 30% Partbreaker 30%
Speed Sharpening 30% Bombardier 50%
Item Prolonger 50% Wide Range 30%
Free Meal 50% Fortify 50%
Flinch Free 30% Hunger Resistance 50%
Master Mounter 50% Wirebug Whisperer 50%
Wallrunner 50% Counter Strike 30%
Rapid Morph 30% - -

Moonbow

Ability Success Rate Ability Success Rate
Critical Eye 10% Weakness Exploit 10%
Fire Attack 40% Water Attack 40%
Ice Attack 40% Thunder Attack 40%
Dragon Attack 40% Poison Attack 30%
Razor Sharp 10% Spare Shot 10%
Bludgeoner 25% Punishing Draw 25%
Quick Sheath 30% Slugger 25%
Reload Speed 25% Defense Boost 40%
Divine Blessing 40% Speed Eating 30%
Earplugs 25% Tremor Resistance 25%
Evade Window 25% Evade Extender 25%
Stun Resistance 25% Speed Sharpening 30%
Rapid Morph 25% - -

How to Upgrade the Melding Pot

The Melding Pot can't exactly be upgraded but new melding methods can be obtained. They have different sets of Talismans and different success rates and rank. Below are all the list of Melding Methods and when you can unlock them.

Reflecting Pool Reach 5 star on the Village Quests or 3 Stars on Hub Quests then complete 1 quest.
Haze Reach HR 5
Moonbow Reach HR 7
Wisp of Mystery Defeat the final boss
Rebirth Defeat the final boss

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