Dragon Ramp-Up Skill Effects | Monster Hunter Rise | MHR (MH Rise)

This is a guide about Dragon Ramp-Up Skill in Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise) for the Nintendo Switch. Read on to learn Dragon's effects, its effect per level, and which weapons can use the Dragon Ramp-Up skill.

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Dragon Effects

Effect by Level

Ramp-Up Skill Effect
Dragon I Sets weapon element to Dragon and adds + 10 to its value.
Dragon II Sets weapon element to Dragon and adds + 15 to its value.
Dragon III Sets weapon element to Dragon and adds + 20 to its value, but reduces attack by 5.

Weapons with Dragon Ramp-Up Skills

Rampage Weapons List

Type Weapon
Great Sword Image Rampage Cleaver II
Long Sword Image Rampage Blade II
Long Sword Image Rampage Blade III
Sword & Shield Image Rampage Sword II
Sword & Shield Image Rampage Sword III
Dual Blades Image Rampage Twinblades II
Dual Blades Image Rampage Twinblades III
Lance Image Rampage Spear II
Lance Image Rampage Spear III
Gunlance Image Rampage Gunlance II
Hammer Image Rampage Hammer II
Hunting Horn Image Rampage Agitato II
Switch Axe Image Rampage Slicer II
Switch Axe Image Rampage Slicer III
Charge Blade Image Rampage C. Blade II
Charge Blade Image Rampage C. Blade III
Insect Glaive Image Rampage Glaive II
Insect Glaive Image Rampage Glaive III
Bow Image Rampage Bow II
Bow Image Rampage Bow III

MH Rise Related Rampage Skills

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Related Ramp-Up Skills
Add: Normal Ammo Affinity Surge Arc Shot: Affinity
Arc Shot: Anti-shock Arc Shot: Recovery Attack Melody
Attack Surge Blast Close-range Coating Boost
Defensive Melody Dragon Effect Dragon
Elemental Boost Elemental Surge Exhaust Effect
Fire Effect Fire Firing: Charge
Firing: Pierce Firing: Rapid Firing: Spread
Healing Melody Ice Effect Ice
Maximum Volume Non-elemental Boost Paralysis
Phial: Dragon Phial: Element Phial: Exhaust
Phial: Paralysis Phial: Poison Poison Effect
Poison Rapid Fire (Normal) Rapid Fire (Piercing)
Rapid Fire (Shrapnel) Rapid Fire (Spread) Rapid Fire (Sticky)
Recoil Down Boost Recoil Down Surge Reload Speed Boost
Reload Speed Surge Resilient Melody Secondary: Dragon
Secondary: Fire Secondary: Ice Secondary: Thunder
Secondary: Water Sharpness Type Shelling: Long
Shelling: Normal Shelling: Wide Sleep Effect
Sleep Special: Wyvernheart Special: Wyvernsnipe
Steadiness Boost Steadiness Surge Sticky/Cluster Effect I
Thunder Effect Thunder Use Blast Coating
Use Exhaust Coating Use Para Coating Use Poison Coating
Use Power Coating Use Sleep Coating Valstrax Soul
Water Effect Water Wyrmstake Boost
Wyvern Exploit

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    • Give us the ability to change our layered armor display. What I mean is, ya know how armor looks different on the male and female models? well, I wish there was the ability to change the appearance from the male models of armor, to the female models, and the reverse without changing the gender of your character itself. This would be really nice, as imo some armor pieces look better as the male model version.

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      Looking good!

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