One of the most difficult challenges in Monster Hunter Rise is collecting materials. In the course of the game, players get better materials only from the most powerful monsters. This is especially true for strong opponents like Loss Hara, as this particular monster has a particularly rare material. Hunters have to have luck, if they want it loss Hara Gale , one of the rarest items in the game.
Where do you get Loss Hara Gale?
This item can only be obtained in high rank. Loss Hara Bile resembles the gemstones of other monsters and acts as the rarest material that lets Loss Hara drops. Hunters can check the drop rates for this material in check hunter notes . A Loss Hara Gale can be obtained from these sources:
- Target bonuses – 3%
- Conquest rewards – 5%
- Broken part (back) – 8%
- Carving – 2%
- Fallen materials – 1%
Based on these drop rates, the following strategy gives the highest opportunity to get Loss Hara Gale:
- Go to a high-ranking quest with Loss Hara as a goal.
- You can see what Quest’s Loss Hara is the destination the online database Iranian.
- Brecht loss Hara the back during the fight.
- Graduated Hara at the end of the quest.
You may need to repeat this strategy several times because the Drop rats for Loss Hara Bile are still very low. It is quite possible that you do not have a single one by many quests. Just stay it, and you will get this bile in your hands sometime!
What is Loss Hara Gale used?
Goss-Harag Gale, as the name implies, is used to produce weapons and armor from other Loss Hara materials. In particular, this material is relevant to these types of weapons:
- Big sword
- Sword & Shield
- Charge blade
- Easy bow rifle
In addition, the Loss Hara Mail S armor and the championship jewel 2 decoration both require Loss Hara Bile. Fortunately, each object can be made with only one bile (except the lance for which two are required). Hunters who are looking for better equipment should also look at where they will get any temporary tickets, while new players could benefit if they know how to get Great Such Tails.
Monster Hunter Rise is available on the Nintendo Switch and on the PC. The PC version can be found exclusively on Steam, for a current price of 59.99 USD.