Capcom has added a new event quest to Monster Hunter Rise, rewarding players with ten new ninja themed guild card titles upon completion. Appropriately titled “Heart of a Ninja,” the high-rank quest throws players into an arena to battle a Tobi-Kadachi, Barioth, and Nargacuga back-to-back (and if you’re unlucky, simultaneously). It is immediately available to download via Senri the Mailman
“Heart of a Ninja” is a 7-Star event quest, but only requires Hunter Rank 4 or above to participate. Hunters will have 50 minutes to hunt or capture the game’s three ninja-styled monsters. Like the previous arena event quest featuring the Goss Harag and Magnamalo, the monsters are also capable of attacking each other once in the ring. Hunters should take advantage of this along with wyvern riding to quickly dispatch the quest targets.
Additionally, you can also use traps to capture the monsters to finish the fight quicker. Be warned, however: each monster is fairly agile, and you also run the risk of trapping the wrong monster. Consider using the fence to split them up. If you don’t feel like you’re making a dent, all three monsters are also fairly weak to fire elemental damage.
As with previous event quests, “Heart of a Ninja” is downloadable via Senri the Mailman in the Steelworks area of Kamura village. The quest will be available to download through the “Add-on Content” menu. From there, players can take the quest by going to Minoto in the Gathering Hub and checking the High-Rank Event Quests. Upon completion, hunters will receive 10 new ninja-themed titles to use in their guild cards. The titles can be used in the “Title 1” and “Title 3” title slots.
You can check out all ten of the new guild titles below, listed from “Ninja” to “Onwards!”
Last week’s event quest added four new Cohoot stickers after hunting an Aknosom. Before that, Capcom also added a new “blowing a kiss” gesture to the game after defeating a Somnacanth. Both quests, along with the new ninja titles quest, are immediately available for download in Monster Hunter Rise.
Monster Hunter Rise is currently available for the Nintendo Switch. A PC port of the game is also set to release sometime in 2022.