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The Sleeptoad is one of the many useful Endemic Life in Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise). Keep reading to learn all we know about the Sleeptoad and how you can utilize it in your hunts!
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|A large toad with a distinct blue body. It stores a soporific gas that, when emitted, is powerful enough to knock out even large monsters. Using it in conjunction with a Bomb Barrel on a sleeping monster makes for a powerful all-out attack, provided you get the timing right.|
This toad acts as a usable item that you place down and it detonates after a second, causing anything in its mist. Once they're put to sleep, they won't wake up unless attacked.
Because monsters won't get up once attacked, this is the ideal chance to get in a charged attack or a bomb attack, anything that causes massive amount of damage in one blow, ideally requiring setup as this is the only chance you get to setup uninterrupted.
|Flooded Forest||Area 10|
|Frost Islands||Area 8|
|Sandy Plains||Area 2|
|Giganha||Golden Spiribug||Great Wirebug|
|Poisontoad||Prism Spiribird||Puppet Spider|
|Red Lampsquid||Rock Lizard||Scale Lizard|
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Is April 20 confirmed?? Where’d u get the date
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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