Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak is home to some incredibly dangerous wyverns, and we’ve got everything you need to know about every Sunbreak monster.
The Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak expansion is in full swing, which means Hunters have been busy embarking upon a new monolithic adventure. From additional locales to new Wirebug moves, there are plenty of fresh experiences for players to enjoy.
However, just like previous Monster Hunter expansions, Sunbreak features a roster of new and returning creatures for players to hunt. In order to give you an edge over the game’s beastly foes, we’ve got a list of every monster featured in Sunbreak.
All Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak monsters
Malzeno is the main flagship of Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak. Not much is known about this mysterious Elder Dragon, but it does look incredibly strong. In fact, during the Sunbreak reveal trailer, Malzeno can be seen taking down a Rathalos.
Red energy appears to also glow from its wings and red mane, which could indicate that Malzeno is a Dragon element monster. This fearsome Elder Dragon also has a pair of gigantic horns, talons, and a spiked tail that it will likely stab enemies with.
Lunagaron is a new Fanged Wyvern that shares a striking resemblance to Tobi-Kadachi and Odogaron. Due to the close resemblance to Odogaron in both its look and name, it’s currently speculated to be a new variant of the Monster Hunter: World beast.
The wolf-like creature seems to grow empowered whenever the moon is at its fullest, letting out a terrifying howl that strikes fear into anything that happens to hear it.
Last year’s Game Awards Sunbreak trailer showed Lunagron growing ice upon its back, which it will likely use to tear through its opponent’s flesh – inflicting them with Ice Blight that slows stamina regen. Lunagaron is shown to be an excellent climber and appears to be incredibly agile.
Aside from the two new monsters that were showcased, Shogun Ceanataur will also be making its highly-anticipated return in Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak. This oversized crab was first introduced in Monster Hunter 2 and has been featured in numerous titles since.
However, its release in Sunbreak will mark the first time the Carapaceon has received a high-fidelity makeover. While his moveset has yet to be revealed, we can expect to see the usual erratic movements, high-pressure water jets, and bone-crunching pincer moves.
Garangolm is a hulking beast that uses its size to stomp its foes into the ground. If that wasn’t scary enough, Garangolm utilizes both water and fire moves to overwhelm those that dare to cross its path.
Astalos is returning to Monster Hunter with the Sunbreak expansion. This Flying Wyvern first appeared in Monster Hunter Generations, where it famously used its thunder moves to shock the life out of its enemies.
Hunters will need to dodge everything from AoE electrical explosions, deadly claw swipes, and tail slams to try and stay alive.
Blood Orange Bishaten
Blood Orange Bishaten is a new variant that throws exploding pinecones that deal huge amounts of damage. With its erratic movements and fast attacks, dodging these explosive attacks could be rather tricky.
Seregios is returning to the Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak. This Flying Wyvern is known for its razor-sharp claws, which it uses to rip and tear its opponents to ribbons. If that wasn’t terrifying enough, Seregios can fire needle-like barbs from its tail, which can cause the Bleeding Status to any Hunters hit.
Aurora Somnacanth is a new variant coming to Sunbreak. This monster unleashes ice-based attacks in order to freeze any enemies that dare to get too close. Its ice breath is one move Hunters will need to take note of, especially if they wish to avoid a quick death.
Unlike its regular counterpart, Magma Almudron uses fire-based attacks to burn its enemies to a crisp. Magma Almudron lives in the Lava Caverns and is known to dig into the molten ground, which gives it a special heated state.
The lava-dwelling monster uses its colossal tail to both crush and unleash flaming-hot magma toward its targets.
Espinas is a thorny monster from the Monster Hunter Frontier series, and while it’s docile in its environment it can be extremely dangerous when angered.
Previously seen in Monster Hunter 4, Gore Magala is sightless, but uses its wing membranes to sense its prey. It can move into a frenzy state that causes the ground to crack beneath its feet.
Daimyo Hermitaur/Pyre Rakna-Kadaki
The Daimyo Hermitaur and its subspecies, the Pyre Rakna-Kadaki, make their debut in Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak. These crab-like creatures have different attacks from one another, with the latter offering fire-based attacks.
Shagaru Magala is an elder dragon who was first introduced in Monster Hunter 4. It’s attacks include a series of grabs that can crush hunters and hurl them around. When enranged, the dragon flies high into the air and covers itself in a purple aura before unleashing a powerful ariel assault.
First introduced in Monster Hunter Freedom Unite, Furious Rajang is a variety of Rajang. The fanged-beast monster is extremely aggressive and can perform thunder attacks. One of its signature moves during battle is to throw a series of electric balls that slam into the ground, causing electric shockwaves to affect the surrounding area.
Gaismagorm is one of the new monster additions to the Sunbreak expansion and is featured in the game’s final boss battle at the end of the main story. Gaismagorm uses explosions created by its mouth to deal big damage and shakes the ground throwing rubble to indicate the oncoming attack.
After defeating Gaismagorm, the endgame of Sunbreak will be available and one of the core aspects is taking on Afflicted Monsters. These are previously defeated monsters that have been infected with Qurio and have become stronger as a result. All Afflicted Monsters will be faster and much more aggressive than the first time you fought them, which can turn even the most basic monsters into formidable foes. You’ll be rewarded with the highest rarity weapons in the game after defeating them, however, so it’s more than worth the challenge.
Lucent Nargacuga was first introduced in Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, where it famously obliterated Hunters with its invisibility and swift attacks. Keeping track of this high-speed monster can be rather tricky, so make sure you keep on your toes to avoid any quick carts.
This Wyvern is a variant of the Bazelgeuse that was originally introduced in the Monster Hunter World: Iceborne expansion. In battle, it relies on explosive scales to inflict devasting damage on enemies. Seething Bazelgeuse was released alongside Lucent Nargacuga as part of the game’s first post-launch update in August.
Violet Mizutsune is known to wrap itself in flames and unleash deadly bubbles that cause fiery explosions, causing nearby hunters to take serious amounts of damage.
Flaming Espinas makes its proud return in update 2, giving hunters the chance to take down this more aggressive variant. Expect plenty of hard-hitting attacks and even more dangerous ranged fireballs.
Risen Chameleos is the latest monster who has managed to overcome the Quirio affliction, and now has new attacks and abilities that players will need to learn to avoid triple carting. If the ordinary version of this classic Elder Dragon wasn’t frightening enough, then its new Risen form can send even the best hunters back to base camp.
Chaotic Gore Magala
Gore Magala repeatedly shed their skin until they eventually mature into Shagaru Magala, but they can get stuck between their adolescent and mature state, creating the Chaotic Gore Magala variant. As a result, Chaotic Gore Magla can use attacks of both Gore and Shagaru Magala.
Risen Kushala Daora
Risen Kushala Daora is known to create even more destruction with its wind-based attacks, forming devastating tornados that tear through the environment. The AoE of its tornados are much larger than its regular counterpart, so Hunters will need to take extra care when facing this deadly Elder Dragon.
Risen Teostra bombards Hunters with fire-based attacks that can quickly send even the most skilled Hunters back to base camp. If its supernova wasn’t terrifying enough, this deadly variant has the ability to spit out additional fire attacks after the initial blast.
So, there you have it, that’s every monster in Sunbreak so far. Make sure you check our Monster Hunter page for all the latest news and content updates.
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