Sunbreak Lottery Prizes | Monster Hunter Rise

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This article contains the list of prizes and trinkets you can obtain through the Market's Lottery in Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak. Read on to know more about the Lottery, the prizes you can get, and how to get them!

List of All Lottery Prizes

Items

Lottery Results

The following items are the possible prizes you can get from entering the Lottery.

Item Lottery Prizes
Max Potion.pngMax Potion Bloodrun Jewel.pngBloodrun Jewel Aquaglow Jewel.pngAquaglow Jewel
Shock Trap.pngShock Trap Lifepowder.pngLifepowder Immunizer.pngImmunizer
Herbal Powder.pngHerbal Powder Energy Drink.pngEnergy Drink Pitfall Trap.pngPitfall Trap
Flash Bomb.pngFlash Bomb Sonic Bomb.pngSonic Bomb Dash Juice.pngDash Juice
Dango Ticket.pngDango Ticket Demondrug.pngDemondrug Armorskin.pngArmorskin
Lagniapple.pngLagniapple Hard Armor Sphere.pngHard Armor Sphere Outfit Voucher.pngOutfit Voucher
Mega Demondrug.pngMega Demondrug Large Barrel Bomb.pngLarge Barrel Bomb Drugged Meat.pngDrugged Meat
Poisoned Meat.pngPoisoned Meat Tinged Meat.pngTinged Meat Mega Barrel Bomb.pngMega Barrel Bomb

Lucky Prizes

Lucky Prizes are additional items you can get once you get enough points. This mechanic is added in the Sunbreak expansion.

Item Lottery Prizes
MP Accelerant.pngMP Accelerant Melding Nectar.pngMelding Nectar Silver Egg.pngSilver Egg
Dash Juice.pngDash Juice Catalyst.pngCatalyst Platinum Egg.pngPlatinum Egg

Trinkets

Trinkets are decorative items that you can display in your in-game house. These can be obtained from jackpots at the Lottery and may also appear as Lucky Prizes.

Trinket Lottery Prizes

Lucky Felyne

Wheeled Canyne Toy

Bombadgy Pot

Kamura Twins

Golden Hojo Cast

Cohoot Lottery

Mini Toadversary

Mini Submarine

Felyne Daruma

Moofy Doll

Pure Machalite

Crystal Cluster

Kingdom Longship

Cohootrioshka

Toy Spelunker

Regalfin Pouch

Gowngoat Bobbler

Massive Copal

Gargolda Statue

Espinas Statue

Malzeno Statue

Archfiend Statue

Collect Trinkets to Get Awards

Collecting all trinkets is necessary to obtain the Sturdy Padlock and Solid Padlock awards. To get these awards, you need to collect all available trinkets in the Lottery and scrolls which can be purchased at the Argosy.

Awards and Achievements

Lottery Types

Regular Lottery

MH Rise - Regular Lottery

You can try your luck at the Lottery every time there is an on-going sale at the Market!

Talk to Kagero at the Steelworks or Maido at the Gathering Hub in Kamura, or to Oboro the Merchant in Elgado to access the Lottery menu.

Entering the regular Lottery costs 500 Zenny. This is available in both the Nintendo Switch and PC versions of the game.

New Lucky Prize System in Sunbreak

A new mechanic for Lotteries is added after the Sunbreak update in the form of Lucky Prizes.

Lucky Prizes are additional items that you can get once you obtain enough points when drawing Lottery pulls. You can obtain points if you draw Lucky Balls when getting jackpots in the Lottery, and can be further improved if you're lucky enough to get Boosting Balls which multiply the points obtained during the draw by two, four, or eight.

You can obtain new trinkets and other useful items as Lucky Prizes, and you can always check the current prize and how many points are needed to get the item by looking at the Lucky Prize window in the Lottery menu. Additionally, using Lottery Tickets can increase your chance of getting Lucky Balls!

Sunbreak Guide

Amiibo Lottery

Base Game Amiibo
Sunbreak Amiibo

The Market also offers an in-game lottery for players that can be accessed once a day per Amiibo, and six times in total when using all Amiibo for Monster Hunter Rise

To maximize the rewards, you need to scan different Amiibo every day. You can use both Amiibo sets from the base game and Sunbreak.

The Read amiibo option in the Market, however, is not available in the PC version of Monster Hunter Rise as it is a Nintendo Switch exclusive feature.

All Amiibos and What They Unlock

Jackpot Prize per Amiibo

Each Amiibo has its own unique jackpot prize when you scan them and after testing for four (4) straight days, our team found out that these do not change, even when using Sunbreak Amiibo.

The jackpot prize changed after updating to Version 2.0. Here are the new jackpot items:

Amiibo Jackpot
After Update 2.0
Jackpot
Before Update 2.0
Palico Amiibo Outfit Voucher.pngOutfit Voucher Lagniapple.pngLagniapple
Palamute Amiibo Mega Demondrug.pngMega Demondrug Mega Demondrug.pngMega Demondrug
Magnamalo Amiibo Heavy Armor Sphere.pngHeavy Armor Sphere Hard Armor Sphere.pngHard Armor Sphere

Non-Jackpot Prizes per Amiibo

Amiibo Prizes
Palico Amiibo
Palamute Amiibo
Magnamalo Amiibo

What is the Lottery?

Appears During Sales at the Market

MH Rise Sunbreak - Market Sale Lottery

The Lottery option at the Market appears every time there is an ongoing sale. You can try your luck and roll for a prize for 500 Zenny.

Every time you return from a quest there is a small chance for a sale to be active at the Market, so check back often!

Chance to Win Items and Trinkets

MH Rise Sunbreak - Trinket Display

Entering the Lottery will give you the chance to win sweet prizes, ranging from items you can use during hunts to trinkets which you can use to decorate your in-game house.

Can Be Accessed with Amiibo

MH Rise - Scan Amiibo

The Lottery can also be accessed by scanning an Amiibo on Nintendo Switch consoles. Nintendo Switch players can enter the Lottery using an Amiibo by up to six times per day.

This feature is exclusive to Nintendo Switch players, as Amiibo support is not available for the PC version of the game.

All Amiibo and Amiibo Unlocks

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