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Monster Hunter Rise Event Quest Adds 10 Guild Card Titles

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Monster Hunter Rise Event Quest Titles

Capcom added yet another Monster Hunter Rise event quest for players to partake in, which will rewarding hunters with ten new titles upon completion. The quest pits players against two of the most ferocious monsters in the game: Goss Harag and Magnamalo. It is immediately available to unlock via Senri the Mailman.

Titled “Heart of a Warrior,” players will face off against a Goss Harag and Magnamalo simultaneously in an arena. The quest is unlockable at HR3 and is a Low-Rank quest. Additionally, both the Goss Harag and Magnamalo are capable of damaging and stunning each other. Hunters will have an easier fight by taking advantage of this, as well as by dealing damage through Wyvern riding.

Players can unlock the quest through Senri the Mailman in the Steelworks area of Kamura Village. The quest will be available to download through the “Add-on Content” menu. Downloading does not have a rank requirement. From there, players can take the quest by going to Minoto in the Gathering Hub and checking the Low-Rank Event Quests.

After completion, players will receive ten new titles that can be used in the “Title 1” and “Title 3” slots of their guild cards. Some choice examples are “Haggard Warrior” and “World Gone Mad.” You can check out all of the unlockable titles below:

The “Heart of a Warrior” event quest is currently available alongside the recently added Nargacuga and Tetranadon event quests. Both event quests also have their own respective rewards such as an unlockable Ninjutsu gesture and four new in-game stickers. Capcom has also stated that it will continue to add new emotes, stickers, and titles to Monster Hunter Rise, which will be unlockable via event quests.

Monster Hunter Rise is available on the Nintendo Switch. A PC port of the game is also planned to release sometime in 2022.

Andrew Kiya
Andrew Kiya is a mixed Japanese writer, streamer, and activist. Born in Japan, and raised in both Japan and the United States, he is a self-proclaimed Monster Hunter veteran and battle royale addict.