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Heavy Bowgun

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A powerful, long range projectile weapon. The heavy weight makes mobility a chore, but firepower makes up for it. Use Crouching Fire to rapidly chain together shots.

Weapon TypeRanged
Damage TypeShot (Ammo) Damage

Heavy Bowgun (ヘビィボウガン hebi bougan, "heavy bowgun",重弩) is a weapon category in Monster Hunter World (MHW). Like all Weapons, it features a unique moveset and an upgrade path that branches out depending on the materials used. Please see Weapon Mechanics for details on the basics of your hunter tools.

The bowgun can be used to attack monsters from long range. There are two types of bowgun: the heavy bowgun, which can use powerful ammo, and the light bowgun, which allows for greater mobility and evasive capabilities, and faster shooting.

 

Heavy Bowgun Weapon Tree

For full details, including rank 9 and above weapons added with Iceborne please see Heavy Bowgun Weapon Tree

You can also see Master Rank Iceborne Heavy Bowguns.

 

 

Heavy Bowgun Traits & Abilities

  • High damage
  • Long Range
  • Specializes in high damage, and explosive ammo

 

Heavy Bowgun Guide

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 The Heavy Bowgun is the artillery of ranged weapons. It specializes in high damage rounds at a range. While it does not have the same special effects of the Light Bowgun, the Heavy Bowgun dishes out damage more reliably, breaks parts faster, and staggers monsters more easily. Like the Light Bowgun, Heavy Bowguns have a modding system available, allowing hunters to customize their weapon slightly, for example by reducing reload times, or providing a limited capacity to guard. Lastly, the Heavy Bowgun has an optimal range for firing. Being too far away from the target will cause shots to do less damage. The optimal range will vary based on ammo, and the crosshairs will glow orange when the monster is in the optimal range.

Using a variety of specialised ammo, the Heavy Bowgun user is also able to act as a proficient support character. Recover, Armor, and Demon rounds can heal and buff allies quickly and at a distance, while status inflicting rounds (especially Sleep and Paralysis rounds) can set a hunting party up for devastating co-ordinated attacks. Because being a dedicated Heavy Bowgun user requires a mastery of inventory management and the crafting system, these hunters are often the ones who bring full arsenals to tough hunts, including barrel bombs and traps.

Movement with the Heavy Bowgun drawn is extremely slow, and the roll, while covering a significant distance, is very unwieldy. This, combined with the frequent need to leave oneself completely vulnerable while reloading, means adept Heavy Bowgun users will need to know when to pick their range as well as their timing, as dodging, countering, and guarding are not nearly as effective as with other weapon classes.

Though primarily a ranged weapon, the Heavy Bowgun's melee attack, while extremely unwieldy, does do reasonable damage and applies stun damage when hitting the monster's head. This will also be used as a mounting attack when used while leaping.

 

 Heavy Bowgun Advantages

  • Typically higher ammo capacity and lower recoil compared with Light Bowgun
  • Veritable artillery with high damage potential
  • Can block if equipped with a shield
  • Access to unique, high-damage ammunition types (Wyvern Ammo and Cluster Bomb)
  • Highest damage in the game with Spread Lv3
  • Unique dodge that covers a lot of distance

Heavy Bowgun Disadvantages

  • Slow movement
  • Very slow dodge
  • Must supply own ammo
  • Slow sheathing speed
  • Guarding ability is mediocre without multiple shield mods and/or the Guard skill

Attachments

Attachments are various mods that can be put onto a bowgun to alter its stats. Attachments are free, can be swapped out at any time at the smithy, and can stack. The number of mods that can be put onto a bowgun depends on its rarity rank: Ranks 1 and 2 have one mod slot; Ranks 3 and 4 have two; Ranks 5 to 8 have three; Rank 9 has four; Ranks 10 to 12 have five.

Available mod types:

  • Recoil Suppressor: Lowers the recoil when firing. Note that lower recoil also means higher rate of fire, essentially improving damage output. Effectiveness varies with what ammo type is being used.
  • Reload Assist: Speeds up reload times. Effectiveness varies with what ammo type is being used.
  • Deviation Suppressor: Lowers deviation. Can only be used if the bowgun has deviation.
  • Close Range Up: Increases damage at close range.
  • Long Range Up: Increases damage at long range. 
  • Shield: Allows the user to guard incoming attacks.
  • Long Barrel: Increases critical range and projectile speed.
  • Power Barrel: Increases tick rate for piercing ammo types and stun/exhaust build-up for Sticky/Exhaust ammo.
  • Wyvernheart Mod: Replaces Wyvernheart with Wyvernheart Type 2.
  • Wyvernsnipe Mod: Replaces Wyvernsnipe with Wyvernsnipe Type 2.
  • Special Scope: Allows to equip the Special Scope, which increases damage by 30% when hitting a target at supercritical range. 

Ammo Types

The Ammo a hunter can use varies with the Bowgun they have equipped. It is also important to note that ammo performance for one model of Bowgun (in terms of shots per magazine, recoil, rate of fire, and reload speed) may perform radically differently on another model of Bowgun. Always check the detailed description of a Bowgun model before investing resources into crafting it!

Each damaging Ammo type has its own Motion Value (MV), which is used when calculating damage. Elemental attacks from Bowguns are subjected to both this and the Weapon type multiplier, and use the Raw Attack value as the starting Elemental value. See Damage Types for more information.

See Bowgun Ammo for a quick list of Ammo Types.

  • Normal: Normal Ammo (fires a standard single shot). MVs:
  • Pierce: Pierce Ammo (fires a straight shot that pierces through monsters to hit them multiple times. Number of hits is dependent on the ammo strength and the frame rate. Damage is reduced after the 9th hit). MVs:
    • Lv1: 7 * number of hits
    • Lv2: 7 * number of hits
    • Lv3: 9 * number of hits
  • Spread: Spread Ammo (fires a short-ranged shotgun blast). MVs:
    • Lv1: 6 * 3
    • Lv2: 7 * 5
    • Lv3: 8 * 7
  • Sticky: Sticky Ammo (attaches a charge to the target that explodes after 5 seconds. Fixed damage, ignores hitzone values and cannot crit. Deals a small amount of Fire damage. Applies Stun if explosion hits the monster's head). MVs:
  • Cluster: Cluster Bomb (lobs bombs that fragments into multiple explosive shells on impact. Fixed damage, ignores hitzone values and cannot crit. Deals a small amount of Fire damage). MVs:
    • Lv1: 17 * 3
    • Lv2: 20 * 4
    • Lv3: 26 * 5
  • Wyvern: Wyvern Ammo (charges a big explosive shot that knocks the hunter back and deals massive damage to the monster. Fixed damage, ignores hitzone values and cannot crit. Deals a small amount of Fire damage). MV: 70 + 19
  • Recover: Recover Ammo (heals teammates and palicos)
    • Lv1: restores 30 HP
    • Lv2: restores 50 HP
  • Poison: Poison Ammo (inflicts Poison on the target)
    • Lv1: 40 Poison build-up
    • Lv2: 80 Poison build-up
  • Paralysis: Paralysis Ammo (inflicts Paralysis on the target)
    • Lv1: 40 Paralysis build-up
    • Lv2: 80 Paralysis build-up
  • Sleep: Sleep Ammo (inflicts Sleep on the target)
    • Lv1: 40 Sleep build-up
    • Lv2: 80 Sleep build-up
  • Exhaust: Exhaust Ammo (inflicts Exhaust on the target, or Stun if it hits the head)
    • Lv1: 50 Exhaust or 20 Stun
    • Lv2: 100 Exhaust or 40 Stun
  • Flaming/Freeze/Thunder/Water: Elemental Ammo (deals elemental damage, scaling off the weapon's raw Attack. Pierces through the monster in a straight line, but can only hit the same part once). MV: [8 (shot) + 22 (element)] * number of hits
  • Dragon: Elemental Ammo (deals elemental damage, scaling off the weapon's raw Attack. Fires a slow, short-range arcing projectile that ticks multiple times). MV: [2 (shot) + 18 (dragon)] * number of hits
  • Slicing: Slicing Ammo (attaches a charge to the target that explodes after 5 seconds. Deals sever damage). MV: 6 * 5
  • Demon: Demon Ammo (increases the Attack of a teammate or palico by 10 for 120 seconds).
  • Armor: Armor Ammo (increases the Defense of a teammate or palico by 30 for 120 seconds).
  • Tranq: Tranq Ammo (used to capture monsters. Works just like Tranq bombs)

Special Ammo

Special Ammo recharges over time. Some can be used before they are fully recharged but to reduced effect. The special ammo a hunter has available is determined by the Bowgun they have equipped. Every Bowgun has only one special ammo.

  • Wyvernsnipe: Has one charge, takes 80 seconds to recharge. The hunter lays on the ground and fires of a powerful shot at will. This shot pierces the target, hitting it up to 7 times and then exploding for massive damage. Explosions deal increased damage for further ticks with the following structure: S>S>M>M>L>L>L. They also deal a small amount of Fire damage. MVs:
    • Tick: 20
    • Small explosion: 38 (blunt damage, cannot crit)
    • Medium explosion: 49 (blunt damage, cannot crit)
    • Large explosion: 81 (blunt damage, cannot crit)
  • Wyvernsnipe Type 2: Has one charge, takes 80 seconds to recharge. Replaces the piercing effect and the explosions with a strong single explosion that triggers after a short time. The damage varies depending on the distance and the hitzone value of the part you're targeting. Cannot crit. MVs:
    • Incorrect distance, HZV <30: 81
    • Correct distance, HZV >=30: 98
    • Incorrect distance, HZV <30: 147
    • Correct distance, HZV >=30: 243
  • Wyvernheart: Has a charge meter, can be used even if the meter isn't full. Fires bullets continuously until the meter is empty, up to a total of 50 bullets for a full meter. The bullet damage increases the more you hit a target continuously and decreases if you miss the target. MVs:
    • Initial: 9
    • After 3 hits: 11
    • After 5 hits: 12
    • After 8 hits: 14
    • After 10 hits: 16
    • After 12 hits: 19
  • Wyvernheart Type 2: Has a charge meter, can be used even if the meter isn't full. Works the same as normal Wyvernheart, except the damage cap is higher, the bullet count increases twice as fast and you get twice the penalty for missing a target. MVs:
    • Initial: 9
    • After 3 hits: 11
    • After 5 hits: 12
    • After 8 hits: 14
    • After 10 hits: 16
    • After 12 hits: 19
    • After 15 hits: 21
    • After 18 hits: 23

 

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So I've been with my Pierce HBG since base game an ever since Iceborne came out I feel like Pierce travels REALLY slowly now and it's been very aggravating for me. I'm currently using the Power Barrel because it enhances Pierce damage but, I feel like I'm not doing the damage I should be doing because my shots travel so slowly that they often miss the mark 75% of the time it feels(In base game it seemed fine, like how Ice shot is. Very dependable)...

I've been thinking about Long Barrel as that will increase shot speed so I should hit more but I'll lose my damage boost. What should I do?

And I still haven't gotten my Ballistics jewel ú_ù

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I might be wrong, but isn't there a glitch where Pierce shots don't actually do all of their hits with the barrel that speeds up shots, and it's super f***ed up for your damage?
Or is that totally intentional?

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Robust posted...
power. Long makes it hit less

Darn :(. That's what I feared. I had hoped that the hits would simply register faster but I guess that's not the case... Disappointing.

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Unbound-King posted...
I might be wrong, but isn't there a glitch where Pierce shots don't actually do all of their hits with the barrel that speeds up shots, and it's super f***ed up for your damage?
Or is that totally intentional?
Intentional.

The power barrel also mentions being good for piercing shots.

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Power.

Long barrel is only good for normal shots (It's actually insanely good for normal 3) but for pierce you want power barrel.

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Power.

Long barrel is only good for normal shots (It's actually insanely good for normal 3) but for pierce you want power barrel.
Technically you can reach higher damage with close range mods instead of a long range and a long barrel, but that’s also shieldless, and otherwise playing a lot more like spread. I’d definitely recommend long barrel for normal 3. I also use the scope, and managing the zoom is annoying, but getting 280-300 damage per shot is kind of worth it, especially with a regen augment.

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Monster Hunter Rise: Sticky HBG sets for players of all skill levels - Technobubble Gaming

An Anjanath gets hit by a Wyvernfire shot from a mixed Sticky Ammo 3 heavy bowgun or HBG set for Monster Hunter Rise.

Get ready to lower the boom as I share three different sticky HBG or heavy bowgun sets for beginner, intermediate and advanced players in Monster Hunter Rise.

Want a tanky build that’s extra comfy with more shots per clip? Check. Don’t care for a shield and want one with more attack but still has some comfy skills and ammo up? This guide has that, too. Do you prefer a YOLO build that sacrifices defensive abilities and ammo up but maxes out Attack Boost and Slugger for extra damage and topples? Well, put your bib on and rub those hands because you’re in for a treat.

Before you build this mixed set

Note that these builds use a Spare Shot talisman to max out the skill and the charm I’m using also happens to have a Level 2 slot. So you’ll need some luck via the merchant Kagero, who provides a 10% chance to get a Spare Shot charm via Moonbow Melding or total blind luck via the Wisp of Mystery. Then again, 10% really isn’t bad when you think about the RNG for stuff like an Anjanath Gem. One last note is that this will be using the Meteor Cannon HBG, which provides nice balance in terms of attack, deco slots and clip size for Sticky 3 ammo. This also means that your main follow-up attack on a downed monster would likely be either Wyvernfire or Wyvernsnipe.

(Here is video of the three Sticky HBG sets in action)

You can swap in the Tigrex HBG for extra attack and the ability to fire clusters but you’ll have a smaller clip size for Sticky 3 and lose some skills, which really isn’t too bad. The main drawback with using the Tigrex HBG, however, is that these sets don’t have any reload mods as we’re going all in with Sticky 3’s, which the Meteor Cannon can reload while moving without any mods so I went with Ammo Up instead instead of Reload Speed. 

Now let’s get started. 

Beginner set: The Horned Turtle Mixed Build

So basically, a Sticky Heavy Bowgun Set relies on using Sticky 3 ammo, usually on a monster’s head to repeatedly take them down to the ground via toppling or KO’s. As someone who uses both melee and ranged weapons, using explosive ammo to knock out monsters has been one of my favorite strategies for Monster Hunter over the years.

Up first, we’ve got my tanky and extra comfy Sticky build, the Horned Turtle mixed set. I mean check out the horns on those Diablos Mail S shoulders. Talk about taking your daily dose of calcium. 

For this set, you will need:

  • Channeler Hair Tie S for female hunters or Utsushi Mask Hidden S for male hunters
  • Diablos Mail S
  • Rhenoplos Braces S
  • Wroggi Coil S
  • Vaik Greaves S

For decorations, you will need:

  • Capacity Jewel x1
  • Absorber Jewel x3
  • Artillery Jewel x1
  • Ironwall Jewel x1
  • Satiated Jewel x3
  • Fortitude x1
  • Steadfast Jewel x1

This combination will give you the following skills:

  • Artillery Level 3 (Max)
  • Spare Shot Level 3 (Max)
  • Ammo Up Level 3 (Max)
  • Recoil Down Level 3 (Max)
  • Guard Level 3
  • Free Meal Level 3 (Max)
  • Fortify Level 1 (Max)
  • Stun Resistance Level 1
  • Poison Attack Level 2
  • Wirebug Whisperer Level 1
  • Offensive Guard Level 1
  • Razor Sharp Level 2

Pay no attention to Razor Sharp by the way as that’s a melee skill that just happened to come with the Channeler Hair Tie. Also, you’ll need to pick the Shield Mod as your Heavy Bowgun customization option. For your Switch Skills, I recommend Tackle for your first slot as an extra defensive option, Counter Charger for your second slot as a defensive option and for speeding up charging times for stickies, and Healing Mech-Wyvernsnipe for your third slot to further build on the defensive theme and give yourself an extra option to heal your character’s health.

A defensive Sticky Ammo HBG or heavy bowgun set with Guard skills is great for beginners in Monster Hunter Rise.

Anyway, for a quick rundown, Artillery raises the damage of your sticky explosions. Spare Shot gives you a 20% chance at max level not to expend ammo after firing, which basically gives you additional ammo for free — something that’s especially useful for shots with very limited numbers like Sticky Ammo. Ammo Up increases your clip size, so you can fire four Sticky 3 shots per clip instead of three. Recoil Down lets you fire your Sticky 3’s without being rooted to the spot for an extended amount of time.

Fortify raises your attack by 10% and defense by 15% every time you cart, which makes you come back even stronger. Free Meal is like a kicked-up Spare Shot for items, giving you a 45% chance at Level 3 of using an item that you eat or drink for free. This can greatly increase the number of items you have on hand during the course of a hunt.

What really separates this set from the other two in this video is Guard Level 3. This decreases the impact when blocking attacks with your Heavy Bowgun’s shield as well as stamina depletion by 15%. It’s not the maximum level but Level 3 is usually the sweet spot for the Guard Skill if you can’t max it out to Level 5.

This set is especially great for folks who are learning how to use the Heavy Bowgun thanks to its ability to comfortably tank almost every monster attack in the game with the exception of the few unblockable ones ones that need the Guard Up skill (which is different from the Guard Skill, by the way). Just face the monster and stay still and you will auto-block their attacks. Honestly, I’ve used this against every monster in the game both solo and online while helping folks in my hunting team and it’s basically easy mode.

The downside to this build is that you lose a good amount of attack compared to the other two sets. You get a base attack of 210 or 225 with a Powercharm and Powertalon, and 245 with a Demon Petalace III and five red Spiribirds gathered from the field. That’s actually not bad but it’s significantly lower than the second and third sets in this video.

In addition to hunts going longer compared to the other two sets, you might also need to refill your Sticky Ammo and mixing materials mid-hunt, especially if you’re not charging your Sticky 3 shots. If your focus is on survival and super-comfy hunts with a Heavy Bowgun, however, this is a great set to use.

This Monster Hunter Rise intermediate Sticky Ammo HBG or heavy bowgun set with Attack Boost Level 4 can be customized with either a shield or power barrel  based on your preferences.

Intermediate set: The Extra Boom-Boom Mixed Build

Up next is build No. 2, which I like to call the Extra Boom-Boom Sticky HBG mixed set. Here’s the setup for this build:

  • Channeler Hair Tie S for female hunters or Utsushi Mask Hidden S for male hunters
  • Rhenoplos Mail S
  • Rathalos Braces S
  • Wroggi Coil S
  • Vaik Greaves S

For decorations, you will need:

  • Attack Jewel x2
  • Capacity Jewel x1
  • Absorber Jewel x3
  • Artillery Jewel x2
  • Satiated Jewel x3

This combination will give you the following skills:

  • Attack Boost Level 4
  • Artillery Level 3 (Max)
  • Spare Shot Level 3 (Max)
  • Ammo Up Level 3 (Max)
  • Recoil Down Level 3 (Max)
  • Free Meal Level 3 (Max)
  • Stun Resistance Level 2
  • Poison Attack Level 2
  • Wirebug Whisperer Level 1
  • Razor Sharp Level 2

This set is good for folks who have gotten more comfortable with using the Heavy Bowgun and no longer need the Shield mod’s training wheels, so to speak. So we’re swapping out the Diablos piece and Guard Skills of the first set and adding more attack instead. Attack Level 4 is a nice sweet spot for the skill if you can’t max it out since this is when it also starts to give a percentage boost to your attack on top of the fixed point damage.

Since you shouldn’t be carting as much, this set also takes out the Fortitude Jewel for a second Attack Jewel. It’s also up to you whether you want to keep the healing Wyvernsipe or go back to the regular Wyvernsnipe for higher special ammo damage. For the finishing touch, we’re customizing the HBG by attaching a Power Barrel instead of a Shield, though you can certainly keep using the latter if you need a bit more breathing room in exchange for losing some attack power.

With the Power Barrel, however, the result is a set that gives you a base attack of 253, which goes up to 268 with a Powercharm and Powertalon in your inventory and 288 with a Demon Petalace III and five red Spiribirds gathered from the field. That’s about 18% to 20% more attack than the first set. Because you can no longer block, you will have to rely on moves like the Charge Counter and Tackle Switch Skills to fend off enemy attacks. Otherwise, you can use the Heavy Bowgun roll, which comes with a natural evade extender or do a quick side dash after firing, which can be chained into multiple dashes. You can use the Free Silkbind Glide as well by pressing the right bumper shoulder button and A, which can be followed up by pressing Y for a quick sheathe or X+A to tackle. Evading is especially important for multi-hit moves as the Charge Counter and Tackle can only counter one hit. This set also gives you Stun Resistance Level 2 as a precaution since you no longer have a shield. Feel free to swap in one of the Satiated Jewels with a Steadfast Jewel if you want to max out Stun Resistance so you no longer get dizzy.

This advanced Sticky Ammo HBG or heavy bowgun set for Monster Hunter Rise hits hard thanks to max Attack Boost and Slugger plus a power barrel attachment.

Advanced set: The YOLO Mixed Build

Last but not least if my favorite set out of the three, the YOLO mixed build. This one maxes out Attack Boost to Level 7 and also throws in max Slugger for good measure. 

Here’s the setup for the YOLO Sticky HBG mixed build.

  • Channeler Hair Tie S for female hunters or Utsushi Mask Hidden S for male hunters
  • Rhenoplos Mail S
  • Rathalos Braces S
  • Anjanath Coil S
  • Hunter Greaves S

For decorations, you will need:

  • Attack Jewel x1
  • KO Jewel x3
  • Absorber Jewel x3
  • Artillery Jewel x2
  • Satiated Jewel x3

This combination will give you the following skills:

  • Attack Boost Level 7 (Max)
  • Slugger Level 3 (Max)
  • Artillery Level 3 (Max)
  • Spare Shot Level 3 (Max)
  • Recoil Down Level 3 (Max)
  • Free Meal Level 3 (Max)
  • Stun Resistance Level 3 (Max)
  • Wirebug Whisperer Level 1
  • Razor Sharp Level 2

So you lose out on Ammo Up but Meteor Cannon has three shots per clip for Sticky 3 ammo, which is still good enough when combined with the maxed out Spare Shot skill. You also get 40% more KO power from Slugger 3, which, honestly might be overkill since the skill can have diminishing returns at higher levels but, hey, you only live once, right? You’ll notice that I also maxed out Stun Resistance so you no longer get dizzy, just in case you get wombo-comboed by the monster. The strategy for survival is pretty much the same as the second set, so take advantage of your various counters and dodges. For good measure, just swap in the regular Wyvernsnipe for extra damage.

Anyway, this set starts with a base attack of 268, which goes up to 283 with a Powercharm and Powertalon in your item pouch. Throw in the damage buff from the Demon Petalace III and five red Spiribirds and you’re now at 303 damage. Munch on a Might Seed, chug on a Mega Demondrug and sprinkle some Demon Powder and your attack gets boosted to 330.

While you can’t tank like the first set with this build, it does hit like a tank in exchange and that’s without any godly talismans. I mean, when I’m on my game and have a clean run, I can actually kill monsters faster than the time it takes me to collect 5 red and 10 green Spiribirds across the map. You should also be able to carry and craft enough Sticky 3 ammo to last the whole hunt, especially if you’re charging your shots.

For canteen skills for all three sets, I recommend Dango Slugger, Dango Temper and Dango Bombardier. Dango Slugger is great for racking up more stuns against monsters. Dango Temper doesn’t really help with Sticky Ammo since it only boosts the attack for the moment that the sticky attaches to the monster but not the explosion, so you get like 1 extra point of tick damage. However, it boosts the damage for almost everything else like Normal and Pierce, elemental shots and even Wyvernfire. Dango Bombardier typically should boost sticky damage like Felyne Bombardier before it but it’s a bit bugged in that regard during the game’s initial launch. However, I still eat for it because it also happens to give a nice boost to Wyvernfire, which I use a lot with these sets.

Also, if you get a Spare Shot talisman that does not have a Level 2 or 3 slot, just take out the Fortitude Jewel for set one and one of the Slugger Jewels for set three. You can also skip the second set and go straight for the third one if that’s the case.

Anyway, there you go, three fun sticky HBG mixed sets for Monster Hunter Rise. As always, make sure to check all our other guides for Monster Hunter on this site.

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