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This is a guide to Rampage Weapons in Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise). Read on to know about Rampage Weapons, how to craft and upgrade them, how to unlock, as well as know if Rampage Weapons are good.
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Rampage Weapons are special weapons that you can inject with a plethora of Rampage Skills. This makes Rampage Weapons highly customizable and flexible in builds. However, they require special materials like Defender Tickets and Apex Monster Materials found only in Rampages and Apex Monster quests!
The Rampage is a game mode introduced in Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise) that pits you against hoards of monsters attempting to trample Kamura Village. When you have successfully defended the village from this rampant beasts, you will be rewarded with Defender Tickets.
These Defender Tickets increase in rarity depending on the difficulty of Rampage Quest taken and are used to craft and upgrade Rampage Weapons in the Smithy.
In addition to Defender Tickets, Rampage Weapons also require parts from tough Apex Monsters in Rampages and Quests. They are significantly stronger than their normal Large Monster counterpart. Once you beat them, you will be rewarded with special materials that you can use to craft and upgrade Rampage Weapons.
Defender Tickets and Apex Monster Materials are needed to craft and upgrade Rampage Weapons. It can be upgraded up to six times, with each upgrade requiring more difficult crafting materials!
Defender Tickets have nine (9) rarities in total, from Defender Ticket 1 to Defender Ticket 9:
|Defender Ticket 1||Defender Ticket 2||Defender Ticket 5||Defender Ticket 6|
|Defender Ticket 7||Defender Ticket 3||Defender Ticket 4||Defender Ticket 8|
|Defender Ticket 9|
Apex Monster Materials are dropped by the six (6) Apex Monsters as of Update 3.0:
|Apex Monster||Apex Material|
|・Apex Venom Spike|
|・Apex Blaze Sac|
Unlike regular weapons, Rampage Weapons have more than one Rampage Skill slot depending on the weapon:
|Great Sword||3||Long Sword||3|
|Sword and Shield||3||Dual Blades||3|
|Switch Axe||3||Charge Blade||3|
|Insect Glaive||3||Light Bowgun||5|
We suggest checking out our Rampage Skills Guide by clicking the link below:
Rampage Skills Guide: Best Rampage Skills (Ramp-Up Skills)
When you have reached the final stage of any Rampage Weapon (Rampage Weapon S), you will now be eligible to set layered weapons on your Rampage weapon. You can equip weapon appearance from all other weapons in other trees so if you don't like the look of the Rampage Weapon, you should consider doing this!
Just talk to the Smithy and choose Ramp-Up Weapons → Layered Rampage Weapons → Choose the Rampage Weapon you want to customize → Choose the layered weapon you want! Take note though that this require Defender Tickets and certain Monster Material Types!
You will unlock your first Rampage Weapon as soon as you reach High Rank. Coincidentally, this is also after fighting your first Apex Monster in the Urgent Rampage Quest, The Blue Apex!
Rampage Weapons is a great mechanic introduced in Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise). This gives players the incentive to finish Rampage and Apex Monster Quests for their unique rewards. Add the customization aspect and you got yourself a very versatile weapon worthy of consideration for high rank builds!
The Sunbreak DLC introduced Master Rank, allowing you to fight even stronger monsters that will reward you with higher level materials. These materials unlock Master Rank Weapons, which outclass Rampage Weapons greatly. With the introduction of Layered Weapons in Free Title Update 2, there's no reason to consider Rampage Weapons anymore in Master Rank builds.
|Tips & Tricks|
|Beginner's Guide||Best Beginner Weapons|
|Base Game Sub-Camp Locations||Sunbreak Sub-Camp Locations|
|Base Game Awards and How to Unlock||Sunbreak Awards and How to Unlock|
|Buddy Recon Locations||Sunbreak Cohoot Locations|
|MR Armor Unlock Conditions||MR Weapon Unlock Conditions|
|Things to Do Before Sunbreak||How to Get Started in Sunbreak|
|Rampage Weapons Guide||How to Unlock Weapon Trees|
|How to Raise Max Stamina||How to Cook Well-Done Steaks|
|How to Climb Walls||Best Dango Combinations|
|Rampage Guide: How to Get S-Rank||How to Aim with the Bow: Manual Aim Vs. Gyroscrope|
|Anomaly Investigations Guide||Anomaly Research Lab Guide|
|Badges of Heroes and How to Unlock||Elemental Damage and Resistances Guide|
|Best Weapons to Use in Solo or Offline Hunts|
|Base Game Relic Record Locations||Sunbreak Relic Records|
|Jungle Relic Records||Citadel Relic Records|
|Shrine Ruins Relic Records||Frost Islands Relic Records|
|Sandy Plains Relic Records||Flooded Forest Relic Records|
|Lava Caverns Relic Records||Rampage Message Relic Records|
|How to Farm Money||How to Farm Kamura Points|
|Which Items to Sell||Talisman Farming|
|Best Mining Spots: Where to Find Ore||How to Farm Dango Tickets|
|How to Farm Kamura Tickets||How to Farm Buddy Tickets|
|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||How to Break Monster Parts|
|List of Unblockable Attacks|
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