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This is a farming guide for Sharp Fang, an item in Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise). Check here for all Sharp Fang locations and drop sources, as well as Sharp Fang uses in equipment and decoration crafting.

Sharp Fang - Basic Information

Name Sharp Fang ImageSharp Fang
Name (JP) とがった牙
Description Fangs come in many shapes and sizes—the right fang for the right job.
Rarity 4 Type Monster Materials
Sell Price 50 Hold Limit 99

Sharp Fang - How to Farm

Location Summary
Gathered from a Wroggi.

Meowcenaries: Low Rank

Map Node Type
Sandy Plains Delex

Low Rank Monster Rewards

Carves

Bullfango ImageBullfango (20%) Delex ImageDelex (15%) Wroggi ImageWroggi (15%)
Baggi ImageBaggi (15%) Zamite ImageZamite (12%) Gajau ImageGajau (10%)
Jaggi ImageJaggi (10%) Jaggia ImageJaggia (10%)

As a Quest Reward

Type HR Quest Name Drop Rate (#)
Village Quest ★2 Rabid Rabbit ★½
Village Quest ★2 Grizzly Glutton ★½
Urgent Village Quest ★3 Feathered Frenzy
Village Quest ★3 The Cactus Diet
Village Quest ★3 Faceless Foe
Village Quest ★3 Spongy Oasis
Village Quest ★3 Fightin' Dirty
Village Quest ★3 Can't Stomach the Thought ★½
Urgent Hub Quest ★2 Dead Ringer ★½
Hub Quest ★1 A Grizzly Encounter ★½
Hub Quest ★1 A Snowball's Chance... ★½
Hub Quest ★1 Shady Monster
Hub Quest ★2 Fried and Baptized
Hub Quest ★2 Bouncing Brawlers ★½
Hub Quest ★2 The Path to Royalty
Hub Quest ★2 Blasted Basarios!
Hub Quest ★2 Reinventing the Wheel
Hub Quest ★2 A Pale Shadow
Hub Quest ★2 So Muddy Hardheaded!
Hub Quest ★2 The Flooding Flooded Forest
Hub Quest ★2 Way of the Pukei
Hub Quest ★2 I Want Off This Ride
Village Quest ★4 Third Wheel ★½
Village Quest ★4 A Poisonous Project
Urgent Village Quest ★4 Monkey Wrench in Your Plans
Village Quest ★4 Off Your Rocker
Village Quest ★4 A Song of Red and Fire
Village Quest ★4 Streaking Shadow
Village Quest ★4 The Queen's Procession
Village Quest ★4 Raging White-out
Village Quest ★4 Infernal Lacrimosa
Village Quest ★5 Nosey Nuisances
Village Quest ★5 The Hottest Around
Village Quest ★5 BZZZZZ or ZZZZzzzz
Village Quest ★5 The Secret Ingredient
Urgent Village Quest ★5 Comeuppance
Village Quest ★5 Rathalos Alert!
Village Quest ★5 Waltzing by Moonlight
Village Quest ★5 Nocturnal Tracker
Village Quest ★5 Electrifying Ephiphany
Village Quest ★5 Wind Speed Wyvern
Village Quest ★6 King of the Sky, Bane of the Land
Village Quest ★6 Like a Flash of Lightning
Village Quest ★6 A Test of Courage
Village Quest ★6 Twisted Desire
Village Quest ★6 Thundering Voice
Village Quest ★6 Abominable Snow-beast
Urgent Village Quest ★6 Hermit of the Swamp
Hub Quest ★3 Disastrously Beautiful
Hub Quest ★3 Beastly Chaos ½ (x2)
Hub Quest ★3 Tail to Tail ½ (x2)
Hub Quest ★3 Hellfire
Hub Quest ★3 A Few Bumps Along the Way
Hub Quest ★3 A Friend in Need
Hub Quest ★3 White Knight vs. Hunter
Hub Quest ★3 Wavering Moon and Thunder
Hub Quest ★3 Champion of the Caverns
Hub Quest ★3 My Muse the Mizutsune
Hub Quest ★3 Twilit Twin Stars
Hub Quest ★3 Bully of the Caverns
Hub Quest ★3 Down 'n' Dirty
Hub Quest ★3 Zigzagging Zapper
Hub Quest ★3 The Blizzard Blender
Hub Quest ★3 Beckoning Slumber
Village Quest ★3 Special License Quest 1

Item drop rate is ranked from 1 to 5 ★, with five stars being the most common. A half star is indicated with ½.

Sharp Fang - How to Use

Effect Summary
Used to forge Wroggi equipment.

Used to Upgrade Weapons

Baggi Bow I (×3) Brash Buddies I (×2)
Cross Bowgun II (×2) Delex Harpoon I (×2)
Delex Sail I (×2) Hack Blade I (×3)
Hard Bone Lance (×1) Iron Assault II (×2)
Jawblade I (×4) Khezu Syringe I (×2)
Marino Burst I (×1) Serrated Jaw II (×2)
Rex Slicers I (×3) Striped Dragonga I (×3)

Used to Craft Armor and Buddy Equipment

Baggi Coil (×1) Bone Coil (×1)
Bone Greaves (×1) Bone Mail (×1)
Jaggi Mask (×1) Kulu-Ya-Ku Greaves (×2)
Nargacuga Mail (×2) Rhenoplos Braces (×1)
Skalda Vertex / Spio Vertex (×2) Skull Visage (×3)
Uroktor Coil (×1)

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      It is smart to buy a switch for several huge games, MHR being one of them.

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      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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