The challenge starts to rise with these three monsters.
The real heavy-hitters haven’t shown up in Monster Hunter Rise yet, but that doesn’t mean this next group of monsters is a pie run. First up is Great Wroggi, another bird wyvern who can summon minions (normal Wroggi in this case). The most important calling card is the poison, which it spits out as a poisonous cloud. It is recommended to attack from a different angle to avoid this.
Water is its main elemental weakness and you should focus attacks on its head to break its poison sac. This results in the poison cloud attacks becoming smaller and at the same time being eliminated more quickly. Great Wroggi will check you out if you are poisoned. So take a moment to take an antidote if necessary. Watch out for its tail lashes, which it can use continuously, and for charges that sometimes follow its poison attacks.
How to beat Arzuros
Next up is Arzuros, a fanged beast who looks like a honey badger mixed in with a bear and is just as vicious. Its elementary weaknesses include fire, ice and thunder, with the front leg being the most important fragile part. His head is prone to all kinds of damage. If you’re attacking the back or back leg, cut and impact damage are best. Gunshot damage is especially good when the top half is damaged. Exhaust, sleep, paralysis and poison act as strong complaints against it.
Arzuros usually strokes the player, which is easy to avoid, and crashes with both front paws at the same time. The only attack to watch out for is the pen, which can stun and throw the player. It can also trigger a fee with a reasonable travel time. The key is to focus on breaking the plates on your hind legs (ice is the best element and cut damage is most effective in this regard). As a result, Arzuros stumbles more often and opens up opportunities. It can easily stern attack when switching from a standing to a sitting position – be careful once it is ready to sit down.
How to beat Volvidon
Volvidon is another fanged beast that spits fluid that can cause paralysis. It also rolls around non-stop – on one of its rolling attacks, it jumps in the air and then falls down with damage in the area of the effect (which can also cause you to trip). It stays on its back for a few seconds, allowing time to attack. Volvidon can also roll backwards for quick distance.
If all of these weren’t enough, it could also shoot its tongue out from a distance and cause damage. Be careful if you also attack it from behind as it can give off gas – you will see it seep out of the monster before the attack starts. This causes the stench / soiled debuff which prevents items from being used. So keep some deodorants ready.
Bring weapons with water or ice elements and focus on attacking your head and back. Weapons like a hammer, charging blade, and switch ax can do very well against Volvidon, especially when they roll around. If you catch it before it rolls, there is a chance it could be disrupted and left vulnerable for a short period of time. Break the armor on your back and pile the damage to emerge victorious.