Afflicted Monsters are a new type of monster introduced in Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise): Sunbreak. This guide lists all the currently known afflicted monsters, their unlock conditions, as well as tips for hunting them.
|Anomaly Quest Guides|
|Anomaly Quests||Afflicted Monsters List|
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|A9★ Risen Elder Dragons|
|Risen Crimson Glow Valstrax||Risen Shagaru Magala|
A9★ afflicted monsters were added in Sunbreak Title Update 5 including a new set of afflicted materials.
|A8★ Afflicted Monsters|
|Chaotic Gore Magala||Risen Chameleos|
|Risen Kushala Daora|
A8★ afflicted monsters were added in Sunbreak Title Update 4 and introduces Risen Elder Dragons in Anomaly Investigations.
|A7★ Afflicted Monsters|
|Gold Rathian||Flaming Espinas||Furious Rajang|
|Silver Rathalos||Seething Bazelgeuse||Scorned Magnamalo|
A7★ afflicted monsters were added in Sunbreak Title Update 3 with more afflicted materials.
|A6★ Afflicted Monsters|
|Gore Magala||Pyre Rakna-Kadaki|
A6★ afflicted monsters were added in Title Update 2 of Sunbreak alongside new afflicted materials.
|A5★ Afflicted Monsters|
A5★ afflicted monsters were added in Title Update 1 of Sunbreak alongside new afflicted materials.
|A4★ Afflicted Monsters|
|A3★ Afflicted Monsters|
|Blood Orange Bishaten||Anjanath|
|A2★ Afflicted Monsters|
|A1★ Afflicted Monsters|
Elder Dragons can also be afflicted by the Qurio, but these monsters are able to overcome it and enter a Risen state. In the Risen state, they gain an orange coloration and gain new moves and stronger attacks.
Version 12 of Sunbreak introduces Risen Chameleos as the first of these powered-up monsters and Version 13 adds Risen Kushala Daora and Risen Teostra. Risen Crimson Glow Valstrax was added in Version 14, and Risen Shagaru Magala was added in Version 15. All Risen Elder Dragons can be encountered in A8★ or A9★ Anomaly Research Quests and Investigations.
|A★ Level||Anomaly Investigations||Anomaly Quests|
|A1★||Lv 1+||Reach MR 10|
|A2★||Lv 11+||Reach MR 20|
|A3★||Lv 21+||Reach MR 30|
|A4★||Lv 31+||Reach MR 50|
|A5★||Lv 51+||Reach Anomaly Research Lv 81|
|A6★||Lv 71+||Reach Anomaly Research Lv 111|
|A7★||Lv 91+||Reach Anomaly Research Lv 181|
|A8★||Lv 111+||Reach Anomaly Research Lv 211|
|A9★||Lv 131+||Reach Anomaly Research Lv 241|
Afflicted monsters can only appear in Anomaly Investigations or Anomaly Quests. In general, investigations are the best way to encounter these monsters as soon as possible.
You can get more investigations by harvesting afflicted gathering points, breaking monster parts, and hunting large monsters during Anomaly Investigations.
Afflicted monsters are a new type of monster with extremely high HP and stronger attacks. While they are afflicted, their attacks can deal Bloodblight. This status condition allows you to steal health every time you attack, but it gradually drains and reduces your health, natural health recovery, and health recovery from items. In addition, while they can be caught in Traps, they cannot be captured.
Afflicted monsters have two states - the Delirious State and the Pacified State. While Delirious, afflicted monsters appear red and gather Qurio energy in Anomaly Cores. When Pacified and knocked out of their rage, these monsters leave a large opening, allowing hunters to wail on it before it becomes Delirious again.
Afflicted monsters can be put in the Pacified State by dealing enough damage to them in a given time. This can be easily done by targeting the Anomaly Cores, which damages about 1% of the monster's max health when destroyed. Failing to pacify the monster on time will cause it to unleash an Anomaly Burst, a powerful area-of-effect attack that can knock out nearby hunters.
|Sunbreak Monsters List||Monster Subspecies List|
|Monster Variant List||Afflicted Monsters List|
|Risen Elder Dragons List||Sunbreak Small Monsters List|
|New Monsters List||Returning Monsters List|
|Small Monsters List||Apex Monsters List|
|Elder Dragons List||Monster Weakness Chart|
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