The Master Rank (MR) is the indicator of the player's overall progress and generally how much a player has played through the Sunbreak DLC in Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise): Sunbreak. Read on to learn how to raise your MR quickly from 1 - 999 and the rewards for increasing your MR!
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|MR 1-6||MR 6-100+|
For players who have not yet broken the MR 6 cap, the only way to increase your Master Rank (MR) is to clear specific Master Rank Quests at the Outpost. Completing Key Quests will unlock Urgent Quests that will give you access to more monsters and progress the story. However, unlike High Rank, there are Urgent Quests that will not increase your Master Rank. Keep completing these Urgent Quests, and you'll eventually receive quests to increase your MR.
|1→2★||Scarlet Tengu in the Shrine Ruins||Blood Orange Bishaten|
|2★||Provoking an Anjanath's Wrath||Anjanath|
|2→3★||A Rocky Rampage||Garangolm|
|3★||Keep it Busy||Aurora Somnacanth|
|3→4★||Ice Wolf, Red Moon||Lunagaron|
|4★||In Search of the Doctor||Astalos|
|4★||A Slumbering Jungle Espinas||Espinas|
|4→5★||Witness by Moonlight||Malzeno|
|5★||Dark Citadel, White Wheel||Shagaru Magala|
|5★||Gathering of the Qurio||Lunagaron|
|5→6★||Proof of Courage||Gaismagorm|
Rampages were one of the fastest ways to gain HR in High Rank, but they don't make a return to Master Rank. However, the Event Quest Roar of the Black Eclipse is one of the fastest ways to raise your MR quickly. It generally rewards enough MR points to increase your MR by 1 after every run.
Compared to multi-monster hunts, this quest takes significantly less time as the target is a single Gore Magala. It's also in the Arena, meaning you can get straight into the hunt without worrying about it running away.
Anomaly Investigations, especially those involving multiple monsters, are also a good way of raising MR since you'll be leveling not just your Master Rank but also your Anomaly Research Level. While these will take longer thanks to the much higher HP of afflicted monsters, it should be a more efficient use of your time if you're also planning to grind up to the Lv 200 cap for Anomaly Investigations.
MR 10 Title Update Monsters
(Seething Bazelgeuse, Flaming Espinas, etc.)
Lv 36 Investigation
(Afflicted Pukei-Pukei + Somnacanth)
|Roar of the Black Eclipse||3520|
|Advanced: Edge of Madness||3600*|
|Advanced: True King of the Skies||3600*|
|Advanced: Toxic Trio||4000*|
Lv 45 Investigation
(Afflicted Jyuratodus + Astalos + Zinogre)
Lv 110 Investigation
(Afflicted Diablos + Seething Bazelgeuse)
*This is an estimation, so please take it with a grain of salt!
For your convenience, we've provided a few examples for the number of Master Rank Points gained from each quest. Note that most Hub Quests only require MR 10 to join while Anomaly Investigations have a research level requirement that increases every 20 levels (ex. Lv 21 hunters can join up to Lv 40 investigations, Lv 41 hunters can join up to Lv 61 investigations).
Upon finishing the Gaismagorm Urgent Quest, Proof of Courage, you'll unlock the Master Rank cap, which will allow your Master Rank to begin increasing after every completed quest.
For MR 1-5, your Master Rank only advanced after clearing the required Urgent Quests. However, after unlocking the MR cap, you can now accumulate Master Rank points after clearing quests, even when you hit a higher cap. Your MR will remain at the cap, but your rank can jump up after unlocking the cap again.
The amount of Master Rank you gain depends on the quest. In general, quests with multiple monsters will yield more points.
Upon reaching each Master Rank Cap, players will be given Urgent Quests to unlock them. Completing these quests will unlock the cap and allow the player's Master Rank to keep increasing.
Breaking each new Master Rank Cap unlocks new Quests and features, so keep moving on up!
|MR Cap||How to Unlock||New Features|
|10||Complete Afflicted Arzuros Urgent Quest||・A1★ Anomaly Quests
・Rare 10 Weapons and Qurious Crafting
・New Decorations unlocked
・Master Rank Layered Armor becomes craftable
・Title Update Monsters
|20||Complete Wind Serpent Ibushi Urgent Quest||・A2★ Anomaly Quests|
|30||Complete Narwa the Allmother Urgent Quest||・A3★ Anomaly Quests|
|50||Complete Furious Rajang Urgent Quest||・A4★ Anomaly Quests
・Furious Rajang Follower Quest
・MR Arena 06
|70||Complete Crimson Glow Valstrax Urgent Quest||-|
|100||Complete Scorned Magnamalo Urgent Quest||-|
The Master Rank (MR) is the indicator of the player's overall progress and generally how much a player has played through the Sunbreak DLC in Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise): Sunbreak.
Your Master Rank can be seen by going to your Items and Equipment Menu and selecting Status. On the very first page, you can find your Master Rank. Looking at your Guild Card also shows you what your Master Rank is currently at!
Many difficult quests in the later parts of the game require a certain MR to unlock. For example, Furious Rajang's quest is given at MR 50 and the Scorned Magnamalo quest is all the way at MR 100. Title Updates take it further as Risen Elder Dragons require an even higher MR to unlock. You can spend the time ranking up to prepare for them!
It is confirmed that the maximum Master Rank for Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise): Sunbreak is MR 999!
After breaking the MR 100 cap by completing the Scorned Magnamalo Urgent Outpost Quest, players have no more limits on their MR and can go as high as 999 by continuing to grind Quests and earn more MR Points.
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