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This is a comprehensive guide on the Throwing Kunai in Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise). Read on to learn how much damage the throwing kunai has and its multiple uses!
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|Description||A standard throwing kunai. Flies straight and true. Allows for precise aiming.|
|Sell Price||0||Hold Limit||∞|
|Provided in your inventory.|
The Throwing Kunai is an indispensable tool that can be used effortlessly and continuously. Much like the BBQ Spit and the Whetstone, the Throwing Kunai will forever remain in your item pouch. It fits into a specific item slot so that it doesn't take up precious inventory space!
A temporary Kunai can be collected and used during rampage quests called Exploding Kunai. Exploding Kunai explode like Barrel Bombs on contact with any surface.
You can set a Throwing Kunai in your shortcuts which you can access by pressing the L button! By default, Shortcut 1 should have the Throwing Kunai already set.
Cycling through your consumables should eventually lead you to your Throwing Kunai! You can then press the ZR Button to aim then press the A Button to throw.
The Throwing Kunai has many uses as it is a versatile tool that can find purpose in many situations. It deals a small amount of damage, often only in the single digits, but what it lacks in damage it makes up for in usability.
If a Monster has not spotted you yet, you can get its attention by using a Throwing Kunai. This tactic is ideal if you set up a Pitfall Trap or Shock Trap in the path of the monster or if you placed Trapbugs on the ground to make it flinch.
You can use your Throwing Kunai while riding your Palamute to deal quick damage as the Large Monster you are fighting runs away!
|Item and Material Types|
|Plants||Food and Medicine||Fish|
|Insects||Traps and Bombs||Ammo and Phials|
|Bones||Monster Materials||Account Items|
|Tickets and Coins||Scraps|
|Other Items||Other Materials||Upgrade Material Types|
|Bauble Cactus||Bismuth Prism||Boatshell||Coal|
|Divine Rhino||Fabled Spice||Firelantern||Gargwa Egg|
|King Rhino||Legendary Herb||Monster Guts||Popo Tongue|
|Pricey Shoot||Quality Wyvern Egg||Raftshell||Rhenoplos Egg||Rock Rose||Simple Prism||Unique Mushroom||Wisplantern|
|Dragonite Ore||Iron Ore||Machalite Ore||Well-done Steak|
|Monster Bone S||Monster Bone M||Monster Bone L||Monster Bone+|
|Fertile Mud||Jumbo Bone||Monster Broth||Sharp Fang|
|Warm Pelt||Outfit Voucher||Lazurite Jewel|
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