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This is a comprehensive guide on Challenge Quest 01 found in Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise). Read on for a guide on how to beat Tetranadon in the Arena, how to get S Rank, armor and weapon loadouts, and more!
List of Contents
|Slay a Tetranadon|
|Time Limit||50 min.|
|S Rank||3 min 30 sec|
|A Rank||7 min|
|B Rank||50 min|
|Twin Chainsaws I||
|Demon Flurry Rush||Demon Mode||Piercing Bind|
|Red Tail I||
・EZ Shock Trap x1
・Sleep Kunai x3
・Large Barrel Bomb x3
|Anchor Rage||Shield Charge||Guard|
|War Hammer I||
|Water Strike||Silkbind Spinning Bludgeon||Charge Switch: Strength|
|Kadachi Glaive I||
・EZ Pitfall Trap
|Leaping Slash||Tetraseal Slash||Recall Kinsect|
|Arzuros Gun I||
・Normal Ammo 1
|Heavy Bowgun Ammo|
|Normal Ammo 2 x99||Spread Ammo 1 x60||Spread Ammo 2 x60|
|Cluster Bomb 1 x3||Poison Ammo 1 x12||Sticky Ammo 1 x12|
|Sleep Ammo 1 x12||Exhaust Ammo 1 x12||Recover Ammo 1 x12|
|Flaming Ammo x60||Wyvern Ammo x2|
|Dual Blades Tips|
Binding Pierce is vital for S Rank clears with Dual Blades. Make sure you land the kunai on the head for maximum damage!
Tetranadon's head has the best hit zone value for our Dual Blades and must always be prioritized for quick and easy S Rank clears. The arms and the bloated belly can also be targetted for solid damage if the head is unreachable.
Dual Blades, regardless of the hunt, must always have their Demon Gauge filled to improve non-demon mode attacks and increase overall damage.
Utilize your Sleep Kunai and Large Barrel Bombs to deal solid damage at the start of the fight. You can even use the bombs to your advantage by striking it with the lance and immediately activating Anchor Rage just before it explodes.
Refer to the table below a breakdown of our recommended start to this fight:
|How to Maximize Sleep Kunai & Large Barrel Bombs|
|1||Throw all of your sleep kunais at Tetranadon to force it to sleep. It doesn't matter where the kunais land, as long as they connect. Also make sure you are close enough to perform the next step|
|2||Plant a Large Barrel Bomb in front of Tetranadon as it falls down and quickly blow it up with a Running Lance Thrust + Anchor Rage combo.
IMPORTANT: You need to be quick and pull this off before Tetranadon goes to sleep.
|3||Plant the remaining two Large Barrel Bombs beside Tetranadon's head while it is asleep.|
|4||Ignite the Large Barrel Bombs with a Throwing Kunai. The damage should be high enough to instantly break Tetranadon's head, giving you a nice start into the fight.|
As with any other weapon in this Challenge Quest, Tetranadon's head is a priority target and must always be aimed at for maximum damage. Forearms and a bloated Belly are good alternatives in cases where the head is unreachable.
Anchor Rage grants you a damage buffs throughout the fight and must be used as much as possible to achieve S Rank clears. This particular switch skill lets you block all of Tetranadon's moves with ease except its double palm lunge.
Strength Charge must be used to achieve S Rank clears with a Hammer. This particular mode allows us to dish out high damage efficiently.
Do what the Hammer does best and strike at Tetranadon's head whenever possible. Not only does this ensure maximum damage, but accumulating enough damage results in knockouts as well!
Impact Craters' descending attacks must land on the head as much as possible. The attack animation is fairly long so we recommend that you perform this move whenever Tetranadon is knocked out or when you're absolutely sure that the descending attacks will connect.
Silkbind Spinning Bludgeon is great for closing the distance between you and Tetranadon whenever he charges or hops away. This move is especially effective at striking the head whenever Tetranadon is bloated as well. Make sure you charge to at least level two first for solid damage.
Insect Glaives, regardless of the hunt, must always maintain their Triple Up Buff. This grants you better attack combinations and immunity to roars.
Challenge Quest 01's Insect Glaive Loadout comes with Rigiprayne, a powder-type Kinsect that produces Paralysis Clouds. This synergizes perfectly with our Tetraseal Slash and allows us to Paralyze Tetranadon throughout the fight. Make sure you combust the clouds near Tetranadon for Paralysis buildup!
As with any weapon in this Challenge Quest, the head lets us deal the most damage against Tetranadon as must always be prioritized throughout the fight — with forelegs being the best alternative.
Always aim for Tetranadon's head for maximum damage. This is extremely important for Heavy Bowgun S Rank clear as hitting other parts too much will lead to failure.
|Village Quests||Urgent Quests|
|Gathering Hub Quests
Base Game | Sunbreak
|Challenge Quests||Anomaly Quests|
|Follower Quests||Support Surveys|
Challenge Quest 01 - Tetranadon: How to Get S Rank | Monster Hunter Rise
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