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Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise) - Garangolm Guide

This is an article about the monster Garangolm, a new monster in Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak (MH Rise: Sunbreak). Read on to see what Garangolm armor will look like in Sunbreak and for more information about this new ape monster!

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Garangolm.pngGarangolm Guide Armor Icon.pngGarangolm Armor

Garangolm Weaknesses and Hunter Notes

Garangolm
ガランゴルム
Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise) - Garangolm New Monster
Type Fanged Beast
Threat Level 6/10 Rampage Type
Major Weakness Other Weakness
Blight / Elemental Damage Abnormal Status
Characteristics
A monster characterized by its massive and rigid body. Garangolm are generally placid, living in regions with fertile soil. Thier sap-like fluids can promote plant growth, forging a symbiotic relationshipo with flora that grows on their bodies. They can also use that sap to harden plants or the surrounding soil, outfitting their bodies and enhancing their attacks.

Garangolm Weakness and Resistance

Garangolm Weapon Damage Breakdown

Part Sever Symbol (MH Rise).png Blunt Symbol (MH Rise).png Ammo Symbol (MH Rise).png
Head 50 45 35
Torso 35 35 15
Left Arm 45 50 45
Right Arm 45 50 45
Hind Leg 25 25 20
Tail 40 40 30

Garangolm 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 8 0 10 5 0
Torso 8 0 10 5 0
Left Arm 8 0 10 5 0
Right Arm 8 0 10 5 0
Hind Leg 8 0 10 5 0
Tail 8 0 10 5 0

Higher numbers indicate higher potential damage to the monster.

Garangolm Hunting Tips

MH Rise Sunbreak - Garangolm Hunting Tips

Garangolm will reinforce their arms by covering them in elements. When their arms are in this state, continuously attacking the elemental covering will eventually break it off, toppling the beast. Focus your assault on their arms as soon as they're covered!

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 White Extract
Torso Orange Extract
Left Arm Red Extract
Right Arm Red Extract
Hind Leg Orange Extract
Tail White Extract

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

Kinsect Extract Guide

Garangolm Locations

Garangolm Habitat

Map Starting Area Visited Areas Rest Area
Flooded Forest.pngFlooded Forest - - -
Citadel.pngCitadel - - -

How to Beat Garangolm

Stay Near Garangolm

MH Rise Sunbreak (Garangolm) - Triple Rock Hurl

Garangolm has a plethora of ranged attacks that can easily reach far away Hunters. We suggest keeping near Garangolm to avoid those moves. Gotta be careful though cause Garangolm is so huge, it sometimes block the camera!

Aim for The Arms When It Has Elemental Rocks!

MH Rise Sunbreak (Garangolm) - Break Lava and Moss Arms

As the battle rages on and Garangolm enrages, it will punch the ground with extreme force to cover its fist with rocks. These rocks give Garangolm blast attacks and water attacks - one for each fist.

During this time, try attacking the fist until it breaks down - like how we do it for Goss Harag's blades. This will topple down Garangolm and gives you a big attack window.

Breaking Body Parts Gives It Access to Death Combos

MH Rise Sunbreak (Garangolm) - Rocky Head Slam

Garangolm is probably one of the unique monster that gets stronger as you wear them down. At the later stages of the battle, when you have most likely broken Garangolm's head or arms, it will not only imbue rocks on its fists but on its head as well.

This gives Garangolm access to death combos that can easily cart any unsuspecting Hunter. Always keep a wirebug ready so you can Wirefall out of these combos when necessary.

Bring Nulberries

Use Nulberry

Garangolm mostly deal Blast and Waterblight, both can be mitigated quite easily. Just roll thrice to get rid of Blast and eat a Nulberry to cure Waterblight.

Nulberry Location: How to Get and Effects

Garangolm Attacks and Moves

Name Description
Brute Swing A quick arm attack that can deal damage and throw a Hunter away.
Tail Sweep A quick tail sweep attack usually done when the Hunter is behind Garangolm.
Body Slam Garangolm uses its powerful legs to throw itself up and slam its body with extreme force.
Triple Rock Hurl Garangolm throws three boulders towards the Hunter that travels in a fan.
Boulder Toss Garangolm grabs a huge chunk of the Earth and throws it towards the Hunter.
Gorilla Chin Charge Garangolm uses its rigid chin to mow anything that is unfortunate enough to be on its way.
Elemental Slam Garangolm uses both of its elementally-infused arms to deal both Blastblight and Waterblight.
Rocket Jump Garangolm uses its magma-infused arm to propel itself into a projectile, landing on unsuspecting victims. It usually follows the move with a one-arm elemental slam.
Rocky Head Death Combos Strong, cart-inducing combos that Garangolm can access after the Hunter breaks its head or arms.

Brute Swing

Brute Swing Attack Information
MH Rise Sunbreak - Garangolm Brute Swing
Brute Swing: Garangolm swings its hands, attempting to smash any hunter in its way.

This move is very quick but does not deal much damage. Just try to avoid this one at all cost by rolling backwards.

Tail Sweep

Tail Sweep Attack Information
MH Rise Sunbreak (Garangolm) - Tail Sweep
Tail Sweep: Garangolm will quickly spin around and use its mighty tail to sweep away Hunters staying behind it.

Try staying in front of Garangolm to avoid this move. Besides, Garangolm's weak spots are mostly around its arms and head so it's counterproductive to stay on its behind.

Body Slam

Body Slam Attack Information
MH Rise Sunbreak (Garangolm) - Body Slam
Body Slam: Garangolm leaps and slams its massive weight onto the ground.

This move usually happens when you've overstayed your welcome near Garangolm's underbelly. It does not deal damage during the initial jump, only when it lands so either counterattack or roll away.

Triple Rock Hurl

Triple Rock Hurl Attack Information
MH Rise Sunbreak (Garangolm) - Triple Rock Hurl
Triple Rock Throws: Garangolm digs up three huge rocks with its arms and hurls all of them towards the Hunter. The rocks travel in a fan, similar to Tigrex's rock throws.

It is extremely hard to avoid this move because the rocks' hitboxes are pretty huge. You can either counterattack or use emergency evade to avoid the rocks.

Boulder Toss

Boulder Toss Attack Information
MH Rise Sunbreak (Garangolm) - Boulder Toss
Boulder Toss: Garangolm lifts a massive boulder from the ground and throws it at its foe.

The boulder targets your last position as Garangolm was about to throw the boulder. Simple wiredash away or towards Garangolm for free hits.

Gorilla Chin Charge

Gorilla Chin Charge Attack Information
MH Rise Sunbreak - Garangolm Gorilla Chin Charge
Gorilla Chin Charge: Garangolm plants its chin on the ground and charges forward, shoving away anyone in its path.

Pretty easy to avoid as this move travels at a straight line. Just roll sideways!

Elemental Slam

Elemental Slam Attack Information
MH Rise Sunbreak - Garangolm Elemental Slam
Elemental Slam: When enraged, Garangolm can use both of its magma and moss-infused hands to slam at the ground and deal elemental damage.

Only happens when both of its arms are infused so you know what to expect it. Evade to the side if you're able as usually Garangolm moves forward to land another slam.

Rocket Jump

Rocket Jump Attack Information
MH Rise Sunbreak (Garangolm) - Rocket Jump
Rocket Jump: Garangolm uses its magma-infused hand to propel itself in the air. It is then followed up by a quick arm slam from wither its magma or moss-filled hands.

This is a really quick maneuver that only happens when you're far away from Garangolm. Try to be wary of this to not get surprised.

Rocky Head Death Combos

Garangolm will gain access to death combos as soon as it has the ability to cover its broken head with rocks. Be careful to not get hit of them as they can send you back to camp!

Rocky Head Death Combos
MH Rise Sunbreak (Garangolm) - Rocky Head Slam
Rocky Head Slam: Garangolm will go near the Hunter then slam its head with full force. The first slam will incapacitate the Hunter, with the second one instantly carting them.

The first hit will not cart the Hunter if they have enough defense so try wirefalling away afterwards. Failing to do so will cart you immediately.
MH Rise Sunbreak (Garangolm) - Gorilla Clap
Gorilla Clap: Garangolm will use its head to throw the Hunter upwards. As the Hunter is falling down, Garangolm will time a mighty clap to finish off the Hunter.

Avoid this attack at all costs but if you're caught by the initial throw attack, wirefall away to save you from the final clap attack.

Tacky Photo Request

Take Picture of Garangolm's Elemental Arms

MH Rise Sunbreak - Garangolm Take a Photo of Elemental Arms

A request to take a picture of Garangolm's elemental arms will be given to the Hunter by Fran the Stalwart. The request is called Tacky Photo.

To finish the request, you have to take a picture of the arms right after it has been imbued by lava or moss rocks. If Garangolm is in the strong arm state for a while, the request would not finish.

Garangolm Materials and Drops

Master Rank Garangolm Materials

Carves
Capture
Broken Parts
Target
Material Drop Rate
Garangolm Cortex 37% (Body)
Garangolm Shard 26% (Body)
Garangolm Hardfang 20% (Body)
Golm Thick Juice 14% (Body)
Large Beast Gem 3% (Body)
Material Drop Rate
Golm Ploughtail 80% (Tail)
Garangolm Fist 80% (Arm)
Garangolm Hardfang 60% (Head x2)
Garangolm Shard 25% (Head)
Golm Thick Juice 20% (Arm x2), 10% (Head x1)
Garangolm Cortex 15% (Tail)
Large Beast Gem 5% (Head), 5% (Tail)

Garangolm Dropped Materials

Master Rank

Material Drop Rate
Garangolm Cortex 50%
Large Beast Tear 40%
Garangolm Hardfang 35%
Golm Thick Juice 30% x2
Beast Tear 10%
Large Beast Gem 3%

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