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Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise) - Blood Orange Bishaten Guide

This is an article about the monster Blood Orange Bishaten, a new monster in Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak (MH Rise: Sunbreak). Read on for more information about this Bishaten variant and see what the Blood Orange Bishaten armor looks like!

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Blood Orange Bishaten Hunter Notes

Blood Orange Bishaten
Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise) - Blood Orange Bishaten New Monster
Type Fanged Beast
Threat Level 6/10 Rampage Type
Major Weakness Other Weakness
Blight / Elemental Damage Abnormal Status
A subspecies named for their auburn fur. Inquisitive by nature, Blood Orange Bishaten can even appear near human habitats. Their belly pouch is stuffed with combustible pinecones, and this subspecies has a distinct and focused fire breath. The breath itself isn't as dangerous as the pinecones it ignites. Reports indicate that it's possible to topple these monsters while they balance on their tails.

Blood Orange Bishaten Weakness and Resistance

Blood Orange Bishaten Weapon Damage Breakdown

Part Sever Symbol (MH Rise).png Blunt Symbol (MH Rise).png Ammo Symbol (MH Rise).png
Head 70 70 60
Torso 25 25 30
Foreleg 25 25 30
Wing 40 30 25
Hind Leg 25 30 25
Tail 60 40 40

Blood Orange Bishaten Elemental Weakness Breakdown

Part Fire Symbol (MH Rise).png Water Symbol (MH Rise).png Thunder Element (MH Rise).png Ice Element (MH Rise).png Dragon Element (MH Rise).png
Head 0 25 20 10 0
Torso 0 15 10 5 0
Foreleg 0 10 5 0 0
Wing 0 10 5 5 0
Hind Leg 0 10 5 5 0
Tail 0 20 10 5 0

Higher numbers indicate higher potential damage to the monster.

Blood Orange Bishaten Hunting Tips

MH Rise Sunbreak - Blood Orange Bishaten Hunting Tips

Ignites pinecones in a variety of ways, then attacks using a variety of arcs. The cones will explode when touched, or after a certain amount of time. When enraged these Bishaten subspecies have a fiery breath attack. Positioning is key as any cones in this breath attack's path will be ignited.

Status Effect Vulnerabilities

Poison Stun Paralysis Sleep
Blast Exhaust Fireblight Waterblight
★★ ★★
Thunderblight Iceblight

If an ailment has more stars it means that it has better effectiveness.

Item Vulnerabilities

Pitfall Trap Shock Trap Flash Bomb
Sonic Bomb Meat Effects Dung Bomb

◯ = Vulnerable; ✕ = Fully Resistant; ▲ = Situational

Kinsect Extracts

Monster Part Extract
Head Red Extract
Torso Orange Extract
Foreleg Orange Extract
Wing Orange Extract
Hind Leg White Extract
Tail White Extract

Red = Attack Increase, White = Movement Boost, Orange = Anti-knockback When Attacking

Kinsect Extract Guide

Blood Orange Bishaten Locations

Blood Orange Bishaten Known Habitat

Map Starting Area Visited Areas Rest Area
Shrine Ruins.pngShrine Ruins - - -
Sandy Plains.pngSandy Plains - - -
Citadel.pngCitadel Coming Soon! 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 10 / 12 / 13 12

How to Beat Blood Orange Bishaten

Go Aggressive After the Parallel Pinecone Explosions

MHRise Sunbreak (Blood Orange Bishaten) - Go Aggressive After the Parallel Pinecone Explosions

Blood Orange Bishaten starts this attack by striking two pinecones together then shooting it in a straight line. This usually creates an opening afterwards for attacks!

Attack the Head After the Fire Breath

MHRise Sunbreak (Blood Orange Bishaten) - Attack the Head After the Fire Breath

Like most straight line fire breath attacks, Blood Orange Bishaten is exposed from the side whenever it does this move. Make use of this opening and let out all your atttacks.

Don't Wirefall After the Tail Slams

MHRise Sunbreak (Blood Orange Bishaten) - Tail Slams

Blood Orange Bishaten Tail Slams usually happen in series - up to three (3) times in succession. Whenever it does this, do not Wirefall away as it can catch you off guard. Use the invulnerability window for when the Hunter is laying down on the ground.

Roll to Get Rid of Fireblight

MHRise Sunbreak (Blood Orange Bishaten) - Cure Fireblight By Rolling

Blood Orange Bishaten deals Fireblight which causes damage over time. Roll thrice (3) or roll once (1) over water to get rid of this pesky blight.

Blood Orange Bishaten Attacks and Moves

Name Description
Bishaten Roll The signature Bishaten move where it rolls forward at a fast pace.
Claw Swipes Slam A melee combo for when the Hunter is near Bishaten. Can catch sleeping Hunters off guard with the final tail slam.
Fiery Breath A quick fire breath attack to show its mastery of fire.
Sliding Skykick A quick melee attack that sends Hunters flying.
Tail Slams Blood Orange Bishaten uses its strong tail to deal massive damage.
Explosive Arm Slams Deals explosion damage by igniting and slamming flaming pinecones on its hands.
Firecone Attacks Uses its mastery of fire to ignite pinecones and throw them in various patterns.

The Bishaten Roll

The Bishaten Roll Attack Information
MHRise Sunbreak (Blood Orange Bishaten) - Bishaten Roll
The Bishaten Roll: Blood Orange Bishaten stands on its tail and somersaults repeatedly while moving forward. It does this move once when not enraged but can do it twice in a row when enraged.

Avoid this move by evading sideways and you'll get an attack opening afterwards!

Claw Swipes Slam

Claw Swipes Slam Attack Information
MHRise Sunbreak (Blood Orange Bishaten) - Claw Swipes Slam
Claw Swipes Slam: Blood Orange Bishaten swipes the Hunter infront of it twice then finishes with a tail slam.

Hunters usually get caught in this attack because they forget about the tail slam so be careful! Fully avoid this move by moving around BOB and you'll get a window of attack!

Fiery Breath

Fiery Breath Attack Information
MHRise Sunbreak (Blood Orange Bishaten) - gFiery Breath
Fiery Breath Attack: A very simply straight-line fire breath attack.

Avoid this move by evading sideways then you can freely attack Blood Orange Bishaten's head from the side.

Sliding Skykick

Sliding Skykick Attack Information
MHRise Sunbreak (Blood Orange Bishaten) - Sliding Skykick
Sliding Skykick: One of the rare moves that doesn't use pinecones, Blood Orange Bishaten will slide forward then kicks you upward for huge damage.

Avoid this move by rolling or evading sideways!

Tail Slam Attacks

Blood Orange Bishaten loves attacking with its really strong tail. With its mastery of fire, it even incorporates it to deal explosive damage!

Tail Slam Attack Variations
MHRise Sunbreak (Blood Orange Bishaten) - Tail Slams
Successive Tail Slams: Blood Orange Bishaten front flips and uses its tail to slam on enemies in front of it. It usually does this move consecutive times.

Try to avoid this by rolling sideways but if you're caught, do not wirefall away as you can get caught by the succeeding tail slams.
MHRise Sunbreak (Blood Orange Bishaten) - Explosive Tail Slam
Explosive Tail Slam: Blood Orange Bishaten slams its tail filled with pinecones, causing an explosion upon landing.

You can either use your wirebugs to evade or just roll sideways. If successful, BOB will not move for a while giving you a big opening for attacks.

Explosive Arm Slams

Blood Orange Bishaten ignites two Pinecones on its hands then slams it on the ground, creating explosions in the process. Know how each explosion look like to better avoid the moves!

Explosive Arm Slams Attack Variations
MHRise Sunbreak (Blood Orange Bishaten) - Parallel Line Explosion
Parallel Line Explosion: Blood Orange Bishaten ignites two pinecones then slam it on the ground, creating an two lines of explosion that travels in a straight line parallel to each other.

Avoid this move by evading sideways!
MHRise Sunbreak (Blood Orange Bishaten) - Concentrated Double Explosion
Concentrated Double Explosion: Blood Orange Bishaten usually does this move after another move to surprise the Hunter. This only usually happens when it is enraged though so keep an eye out when its mout this foaming!

Take care of this move by rolling backwards or counterattacking using Switch Skills!

Firecone Attacks

Blood Orange Bishaten replaces the usualy fruits with fiery pinecones that it uses to deal explosive damage against enemies. Know how each pinecone moves and you'll be able to avoid them every time!

Pinecone Throw Attack Variations
MHRise Sunbreak (Blood Orange Bishaten) - Circular Pinecone Slide
Circular Pinecone Slide: Blood Orange Bishaten throws two Pinecones that forms a half-circle each, eventually hitting each other to create an explosion.

Roll forward whenever you see this move to avoid the point where the pinecones meet!
MHRise Sunbreak (Blood Orange Bishaten) - Pinecone Swirl
Pinecone Swirl: Blood Orange Bishaten surrounds itself with two pinecones which circles around it until it explodes.

Roll or move towards Blood Orange Bishaten using the gap between the two pinecones to make use of the opening.
MHRise Sunbreak (Blood Orange Bishaten) - Pinecone Fling
Pinecone Fling: Blood Orange Bishaten flings three pinecones in front of it. These three bounce forward until they explode.

The pinecones increases the gap between each other as they move forward. Move backwards when you see this move then use the gap between them to effectively avoid this attack..
MHRise Sunbreak (Blood Orange Bishaten) - Pinecone Barrage
Pinecone Barrage: Blood Orange Bishaten throws numerous pinecones which bounce all around a wide area and can reach all hunters at the field.

This is a fairly hard attack to avoid as the pinecone movements are hard to predict. So, try to execute an emergency evade when you see this. Countering is not encouraged because the move hits multiple times.
MHRise Sunbreak (Blood Orange Bishaten) - Pinecone Mines
Pinecone Mines: Blood Orange Bishaten throws multiple pinecones that will burrow on the ground then explode after a while. BOB will then execute a spinning dash attack to confuse the Hunter into evading towards the mines.

Avoid this attack by watching BOB and the mines then evading away from the mines as Bishaten spins toward you.

Blood Orange Bishaten Materials and Drops

Master Rank Blood Orange Bishaten Materials

Broken Parts
Material Drop Rate
Orangaten Fur+ 49% (Body)
Orangaten Feather+ 32% (Body)
Orangaten Horn+ 6% (Body)
Large Beast Gem 3% (Body)
Material Drop Rate
Orangaten Tailcase+ 100% (Tail)
Orangaten Horn+ 80% (Body)
Orangaten Feather+ 70% (Wing)
Orangaten Talon 30% (Wing x2)
Orangaten Fur+ 15% (Head)
Large Beast Gem 5% (Head)

Blood Orange Bishaten Dropped Materials

Master Rank

Material Drop Rate
Orangaten Fur+ 50%
Orangaten Feather+ 35%
Large Beast Tear 35%
Orangaten Tailcase+ 15%
Beast Tear 15%
Large Beast Gem 1%

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