This is a guide to Trap Spamming, a Guiding Land Region Level Grinding method in Monster Hunter World (MHW) Iceborne. Read on to learn all things about the Trap Spam technique, how to do it, and its effects.
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Trap Spamming is a strategy for leveling specific regions in the Guiding lands. As the name suggests, Trap spamming is a technique where you repeatedly use traps so make sure to bring a lot of crafting materials to create those shock traps and pitfall traps!
Trapspamming works better if there are multiple players doing the same trick. As the Guiding Lands Exp gain is given to all players, having 4 players doing the same strategy ensures a faster Guiding Land level grind.
Trap Spamming is a boring but extremely rewarding process. This method allows you to quickly make region level reach the max (lvl 7). The downside is finding 3 other players that is willing to commit to the same strategy.
Trap spamming is as the name suggests, to spam traps. This includes both shock traps and pitfall traps. You will need to do this repeatedly, a single trap spam trip consists of 4 trap usage (1 shock trap, 1 pitfall trap, and 2 traps crafted from your trap tool).
To avoid wasting time navigating the menu while trap spammin, set your items into autocraft on the Crafting List. This will cause your items to automatically be made to traps allowing for a faster trap spamming session.
After exhausting your supply, quickly use a farcaster or hide from enemy aggro then reload your trap spam loadout to repeat the process.
After your Trap Spamming Session, return from the current Expedition to see your Guiding Lands level soar to high levels. This can pretty much ensure that Tempered Monsters will appear in the region you leveled up.
After some changes to the guiding lands, the experience accumulation has become faster which makes trapspamming more of a niche technique than a necessary thing anymore. While trapspamming is still a completely viable technique, it's not a must use strategy anymore. It consumes a lot of resources and isn't a fun grinding method.
The Barroth carwash is a method of cleaning the Barroth's mud from it's body. It works because each part that's broken will contribute to the experience earned in the Guiding Lands. As Barroth's mud is considered a part of it's body, removing the mud will count as a Partbreak and will contribute to the final EXP earned for that region when returning from the current expedition.
As mentioned in the first method, breaking monster parts contributes to the Guiding Lands level, using Partbreaker ensures more monster parts gets broken and thus, increasing your Guiding Lands level.
|The Guiding Lands|
|Unique Materials||Weapon and Armor Augment Materials|
|How To Level Up Regions||Map and Material Locations|
|Monsters and their Materials||Second Guiding Land Camp Location|
|Trap Spam Guide|
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