- Oct 27, 2017
99% sure its Glavenus.
To further reinforce it, Glavenus ecology video in Generations shows him fighting Rathian.
It’s the “main” flagship of the four flagship of Generations.
99% sure its Glavenus.
It’s the “main” flagship of the four flagship of Generations.
Answering/Using SOS is pretty much the primary method of playing with randoms. You can also set several filter (including Monster).So I'm catching up with the game, finished Zorah's storyline a couple of days ago and finally did my first online hunts ever.
I'm curious, the way you engage in online is throught joining posted quests? most of the time there are only a few and they're mostly too underleveled or overleveled (can't join them), but it's fun and I join in between my own quests.
I guess this is why people complained about the online aspect of the game, I was expecting something more "modern" in which you select what you wanna do and the game looks it for you but so far it seems you're locked on a 16 people server or something.
I tried twice on different times the SOS mechanic but I got no results inmediately both times. So far joining quests and some people joining mines from time to time seems to work a bit.
There is little reason for any high level player to do anything except purple or orange missions. The only reason would be if they are trying to quickly grind out multiplayer missions for the achievement/trophy. I've been hopping into entry level player's missions destroying their stuff just for that reasons b/c I don't enjoy multiplayer otherwise.
Blue means that you're still have undiscovered quest to do in this level. Most of them are Arena Quests. I recommend you to try to capture every monster at least once to unlock them. Red means that you did every quest in that level.
Oh thx, I'll look into it, I wonder what I've missed? 1, 2, 3, and 5 are good.
Affinity only affects crit.
Oh, I see. Yeah then that was just my imagination, I didn't have any special skills either, just attack and "evading"...
In my experience people won't usually join until you're either real close to your target monster, it discovered you or you attack it - that's not always 100% like that but 80%...
I'm a low level lol, just got my first HG quests a while ago and have been doing sidequests and selected hunts to upgrade my gear, also I've tried multiplayer for the first time through posted quests is just that there aren't many in each session, if I post a quest sometime people come.In my experience people won't usually join until you're either real close to your target monster, it discovered you or you attack it - that's not always 100% like that but 80%...
Knowing this, I immediately fire my SOS as soon I'm in the camp and then go gathering stuffs I may or may not need, the more the merrier!
Then it really doesn't take longer than 30 seconds until people join when I arrived at the monster, I can also go right to the monster though, people will join right away.
You can try this with Nirgigante, as long he doesn't see you normally no one joins, and I like to sneak around him to steal his splintered things, lol.
I'm not sure that joining mechanic is intended or not but it work wonderfully imo.
Oh and tip: if there's a lot of low levels joining or otherwise kamikaze players, save your items for next run!
Lol, yep! First I didn't want to play online but then it dawned to me hunting these monsters alone would be a lot of work and take forever! And most people who joined were great and I learned lot of stuff (as in combat tactics)
No, lol, I just meant when you see others dragging you down, don't waste your stuff on them, if they're too stingy to use helper items, why should you. Doesn't necessarily have to be low levels but usually it *is* low levels lol.I'm a low level lol, just got my first HG quests a while ago and have been doing sidequests and selected hunts to upgrade my gear, also I've tried multiplayer for the first time through posted quests is just that there aren't many in each session, if I post a quest sometime people come.
I tried SOS through the board (I mean finding SOS by other people), set things on default, set for low and high rank, nothing but I just tried tree or four times at most.
Last night I played just about an hour and had to do some stuff that I preferred do it alone but in one specific hunt I shot and SOS as soon as the quest started and nobody came at any point.
Maybe is because I'm barely an HG player? I think I'm level 12.
I'll try in depth again because I'm sure it works, I just had bad luck or something.
Thx for info!Lol, yep! First I didn't want to play online but then it dawned to me hunting these monsters alone would be a lot of work and take forever! And most people who joined were great and I learned lot of stuff (as in combat tactics)
No, lol, I just meant when you see others dragging you down, don't waste your stuff on them, if they're too stingy to use helper items, why should you. Doesn't necessarily have to be low levels but usually it *is* low levels lol.
I had lvl 200+ guys joining me right away and send guild cards and stuff, it's not that they don't want to help noobs, just give it some time, do what I said and fire sos immediately - also make an open room no pw or anything, and then just approach the monster *slowly* would really surprised me if that doesn't work, it does for me! Don't wait at the camp, lol!
Well it does get tougher, at some point I had to start using those items basically for myself mostly but I noticed it help others too . And others doing that is definitely what helped me beat the tougher monsters. I just started playing too, 3 weeks ago, level 38, so that's just my experience so far, some people don't help you and don't help themselves, they just drag you down, thankfully that's really not many though.Thx for info!
I'm still not sure how to help others, I barely help myself with healing and medicines lol
I mostly brute force and dodge attacks, I like to lure monsters into enviromental traps and use sling shots on them (I don't worry much which ammunition I have tho). It's easy enough for me to not worry more than that and so far the sessions I've played so far nobody had much trouble.
I save my own traps to capture.
Maybe I should use cloud items that boost stats to help? I don't use those myself.
I trust that the game will get harder the further in I get, but I'm having fun just the way it is right now.
Probably. The games been out long enough that a lot of the people still playing are the people well into the endgame grind. And even if they aren't in there they're probably still focusing on Investigations or their own Assigned quests.
It sounds exciting, I can't wait to get there but at the same time I'm having fun slowly leaving regular monster behind, crafting new gear and discovering multiplayer.Well it does get tougher, at some point I had to start using those items basically for myself mostly but I noticed it help others too . And others doing that is definitely what helped me beat the tougher monsters. I just started playing too, 3 weeks ago, level 38, so that's just my experience so far, some people don't help you and don't help themselves, they just drag you down, thankfully that's really not many though.
I definitely learned how to not die in these high rank missions, it really something I like to avoid for obvious reasons lol.
Man, I get it now with the helm slasher combo or whatever it's called, I'm doing it actually right most of the time but I'm not hitting anything usually, sometimes team mates... lol. BUT, it's so awesome when it actually works -- these elder dragons are hard to hit, I mean they're so big, you can basically just go for the feet. Anyways just did it on Xeno, point is, it's really pretty hard, I've seen people pull it off consistently, certainly nice.
The rule of thumb is, if you get the skill points, you have the skill at the equivalent level. It doesn't matter whether those points come from equipment, charms or jewels - everything contributes individually.
She looks so friendly. I trust her with my life.
I don't think it's any harder than the other elder dragons but as usual it's just about learning the mechanics. I remember thinking it was really tough but then the fight clicks and it's trivial to solo.If only my hunter wouldn't be notoriously broke... She spends too much on clothes!
Also wtf is the point of those tights, they could just as well not be there lol
Also that Lunastra (?) fight is something else... I only tried it once yet, but not sure how I'm supposed to kill it, I got the fire mantle now, but yeah not sure that'll be enough, ugh.
SOS mechanic is only good due to how bad and limited the matchmaking is to start a quest together.
What? Its 16 players total and it used to be 4
There's at most 15 other people in your session.What? Its 16 players total and it used to be 4
And I only used session searches to hunt Kulve Taroth but if I wanted a specific monster you would essentially do the exact same thing you did in previous games though you had to be mindful of the room population
Though SOS works just as well
Not if you join me, I always wait 10 - 15 minutes before I start a fight, or sometimes even before I'm even finding the monster... Especially funny when there's a 15 minutes time limit lol.There's at most 15 other people in your session.
You should be able to host a hunt like you currently can except anybody from any session can find it via search. Or you search them. Then you launch the hunt. SOS does this but only for Hunts already started so you're always missing starts of fights.
That's not the real armor. It is probably modded on PC. I rock Vaal Hazak often because I like its passive healing and while it's definitely edgelordy, its torso doesn't show that much skin.
Yeah, well, that is in fact the original armor just some parts (layers) removed, so Morrigan has a point, although you really don't see this in an unmodded game, well I didn't really except those Vaal tights, those are really apparently skimpy.
You won't get banned for stuff like that. The only things they cracked down on are PC mods that allowed you to access event quests at any time instead of following their dumb schedule. Even then, they only DMCA'd the mod so it can't be listed on Nexus Mods. People still circulate the mods on discord servers and such. They haven't banned any accounts for using them either.
Technically augmentation itself doesn't unlock when you hit HR50. It unlocks when you get the first augmentation materials, which can only be gotten from HR50+ quests.