How to get Beast Gem

The Beast Gem is one of the rarer materials in Monster Hunter Riseand can only be found in high-ranking hunts. Fortunately, they’re not tied to a single monster like Teller, making them easier to manage (even if their drop chance is really worse). The best thing about Beast Gems? You can start farming them once you reach a high rank.

Farm the Beast Gem by killing high level beasts in Monster Hunter Rise.

The Beast Gem in Monster Hunter Rise is one of the first rare materials to farm upon reaching high-level hunts. You’ll need to gain access to 4-star hub quests to take on these tougher monsters. So be ready for a fight.

The beast gem falls off beasts. It’s in the name. There are a few of these, and the majority are among the monsters that are easier to deal with in Monster Hunter Rise (although they are more challenging than some of the bird wyvers). Despite the low drop rate, the Beast Gem isn’t all that hard to come by if you take the time to massacre every single animal on the map during a hunt.

By and large, you want to catch beasts as often as possible for this gem. Breaking Beast Parts is a mixed bag: some monsters have a better drop rate for breaking parts, while others have a zero percent chance of dropping a Beast gem this way. Yes, you may be lucky at the carving, but capturing is the best method.

The beasts in Monster Hunter Rise and the drop rate for the Beast Gem for each are:

  • Arzuros
    • Target rewards: 5%
    • Capture Rewards: 7%
    • Broken parts: -%
    • Carvings: 3%
    • Materials dropped: 1%
  • Lagombi
    • Target rewards: 5%
    • Capture Rewards: 7%
    • Defective parts: 8%
    • Carvings: 3%
    • Materials dropped: 1%
  • Volvidon
    • Target rewards: 7%
    • Capture Rewards: 9%
    • Broken parts: -%
    • Carvings: 5%
    • Materials dropped: 1%
  • Up to now
    • Target rewards: 6%
    • Capture Rewards: 8%
    • Defective parts: 5%
    • Carvings: 4%
    • Materials dropped: 1%
  • Goss Harag
    • Target rewards: 8%
    • Capture Rewards: 10%
    • Defective parts: 10%
    • Carvings: 6%
    • Materials dropped: 2%

This is what you have to break and capture to breed Beast Gems in Monster Hunter Rise. Don’t let the drop rates put you off: this little rock falls off a lot. Now go out, hunter!

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