Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak

Character Edit Voucher: How to Get and Use

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The Character Edit Voucher is an item used for changing the entire appearance of your character. Learn about how to use the character edit voucher, how to get them for free, the price, and where you can buy more.

What Are Character Edit Vouchers?

Completely Changes Appearance

MH Rise Sunbreak Character Edit Voucher

The Character Edit Voucher is an item that allows you to change the full appearance of your hunter. This means you will be able to change things that are not changeable from the Equipment Box's Appearance Settings such as your hunter's eye color and gender!

Character Creation Guide

Does Not Change Hunter Name

MH Rise Sunbreak Choose Your Name.jpg

You cannot change your hunter name with this voucher. If you wish to change your hunter's name, you will have to create another character!

So before using a Character Edit Voucher, make sure changing your character's full appearance is your only intent. Otherwise, you will need to create a new game and start over from scratch if you want change your name too.

How to Change Your Name: Character, Palico and Palamute Names

Does Not Affect Game Data Progress

Using a Character Edit Voucher will not affect your progress, so it is safe to use any time you feel like getting a new look!

Just be prepared to keep your character a long while after applying a voucher, since you will not be able to reverse some features like your character's body type unless you can afford another voucher!

Character Edit Voucher vs. Change Appearance

Feature Character Edit Voucher Change Appearance
Type (Body)
Face Type
Face Shape
Age
Skin
Nose
Mouth
Hairstyle
Eyebrows
Facial Hair
Makeup 1-3
Clothing
Voice

The Change Appearance is a free option accessible through the Appearance Settings any time at any equipment box. This allows you to change your hair, makeup, and clothing, and voice.

The Character Edit Voucher, on the other hand, allows you to overhaul your character completely, and is only available at the character selection screen.

The vouchers can only be used once and on one character at time. Most changes are irreversible once the changes have been applied. If you want to change your character again, you will have to get another Character Edit Voucher.

Unchangeable Features

Armor Designs Depend on Body Type

Male Appearance Female Appearance

When making the change in body type during your appearance edit, consider that armor designs will change!

Armor stats such as defense and skills remain unaffected regardless of body type or gender.

Make sure to check up on how an armor will look like before you switch body types.

List of Layered Armor and How to Unlock

How to Use Character Vouchers

Use Vouchers Through Character Select

MH Rise Sunbreak Character Edit Voucher in Character Select.PNG

To use your Character Edit Vouchers, simply access the Character Select screen. If you are in-game, exit first to the title menu and load up your game.

You can find the amount of vouchers you have at the bottom left of the screen, just above the tool tip text.

Vouchers Are Spent if Applied

MH Rise Sunbreak Spend Voucher

Once you press the button for using the voucher, a prompt will appear for your confirmation.

Do not worry if you start making appearance changes to your character. As long as you do not confirm during editing, Character Edit Vouchers will remain unused.

Make All Edits and Confirm Changes

MH Rise Sunbreak Edit Hunter Appearance

You will first be asked to pick a body type and character type (also known as a preset) before arriving at the full menu of Edit Your Hunter's Appearance.

Apply all the changes you want to your character and hit Confirm when done. Make sure all changes you will make are final!

Cancelling your character edit will simply reset your character to its previous appearance and have you returned to Character Select with no voucher spent.

How to Get Character Edit Vouchers

Get Free Vouchers at the Courier

MH Rise Sunbreak Senri the Mailman

You can get Character Edit Vouchers from the Courier (Senri the Mailman in Kamura or the Courier in Elgado Outpost).

For Nintendo Switch users, look for the eShop from the Courier menu and find One Character Edit Voucher (Free). For PC players on Steam, you can get it from the game's DLC store.

Once the voucher has been obtained from a store, it should appear in the character select screen. You'll be able to find the vouchers also listed under the Add-on Content in the Courier.

You should be able to get up to two (2) free vouchers. One free and another from the Sunbreak Launch Celebration.

Buy Vouchers at an Online Store

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Store Price
Nintendo eShop 1 Voucher $2.99
2 Vouchers $4.99
3 Vouchers $6.99
Steam 1 Voucher $2.99
2 Vouchers $4.99
3 Vouchers $6.99
PlayStation 1 Voucher $2.99
2 Vouchers $4.99
3 Vouchers $6.99
Xbox 1 Voucher $2.99
Save $0.30 with Game Pass
2 Vouchers $4.99
Save $0.50 with Game Pass
3 Vouchers $6.99
Save $0.70 with Game Pass

DLC prices may vary per region.

If you wish to get more of these vouchers, you'll have to pay for them from the game's DLC store. Simply visit the Nintendo eShop (Switch) or Steam (PC) again and look for Character Edit Voucher. Make sure that you have enough money to make the transaction.

Once the transaction is complete, you should be able to a see an extra character voucher in the character select screen!

List of DLC and Prices

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New Silkbind Attacks and Switch Skills How to Switch Skill Swap
How to Get from MR 6 to MR 100 Fast Anomaly Research Level: How to Get Max Level Fast
How to Bring Followers - List of Followers Special Investigations: How to Unlock
Village Facility Guides
Room Guide: Things To Do Inside Your Room Training Area Guide
Canteen and Food Skills Gathering Hub Guide
Getting Started
Character Creation Guide List of Controls
Palico Guide Palamute Guide
Cohoot Guide List of Settings
Can I Change My Name? Can I Change Gender?
Hunter and Monster Stats
Explanation of Hunter Stats Monster Stats Explained
Attack and Elemental Attack Defense and Elemental Defense
Affinity and Negative Affinity Monster Size and Effects
Abnormal Status and Elemental Blight Guide Buff Duration: How Long Do Buffs Last?
Weapon and Armor-Related Guides
How to Rollback Weapons How to Forge Weapons and Armor
Damage Types: Difference Between Sever, Blunt, Projectile Damage How to Use Weapon and Armor Designs
How to Change Armor Pigment How to Hide Armor Pieces
How to Upgrade Kinsects How Does Sharpness Work?
Qurious Crafting:
Armor Augments
Chaotic Gore Magala Weapons Explained
Gameplay Features
Wirebug Moves and Controls Silkbind Attacks
How to Lock-On and Target Settings Switch Skills Guide
Wyvern Riding Guide Turf Wars
What is the Rampage? Hunter Rank (HR) Guide
Unchangeable Appearance Features How to Fast Travel
Fishing Guide Quest Completion Rewards
How to Carry Eggs Respawn Timers
Melding Pot Guide Solo and Multiplayer Guide
Crafting List How to Use Photo Mode
List of Lottery Prizes How to Save the Game
Character Edit Vouchers
Online Play
Multiplayer and Co-op Guide Hunter Connect and Like Function
How to use the Chat Feature How to Use Gestures
Join Requests Guide How Does Difficulty Scaling Work?

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