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  • 24

    Greetings, and many great hellos!

    We all remember the stunning locales that the world of Monster Hunter has to offer us - nature is quite beautiful, after all! But why should we ignore the hard efforts put in by civilization to give us awesome monster-slaying arena fights whenever we want them? That's right, this DotW is all about Arenas!

    The original! Ah yes, all those arena hunts in MHFU were really fun. And then I decided to try that Nekoht dual Rajang quest... I have scars, my friends. Deep ones.

    Oh, the memories of slaying Qurupecoes and Rathians with my friend on MH3! This arena was featured in the entirety of the 3rd generation, and it is by far my favorite arena of all. Why, might you ask?

    THE MUSIC! Listen to it and groove!

    So far, the…

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  • 21
    Lord Loss
    Hello, and welcome to Discussion of the Week: Skills!

    I can't remember if I've already done this one - probably have. But whatever, DotW has been going so long we're bound to recycle sooner or later. For now just roll with it!

    One of the most obvious skills, just plain ol' boosts your attack power. Weirdly in my Unite and Tri days I don't remember it being that common; there's some Kut-Ku armor that has it, Monoblos, maybe a few of the 500 different Rathalos sets... but nothing that you'd use all that often.

    Ah, that firm favourite - generally speaking, it adds the next colour of sharpness onto your weapon. For example, if the current max is blue, it gets boosted to white, if it's white, it gets boosted to purple. This is very powerful for la…

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  • 81

    The following list below is Ecological Info of some Monsters in the Monster Hunter Series. These are official data that are taken from Capcom's "Hunter's Encyclopedia 1", "Hunter's Encyclopedia 2", "Hunter's Encyclopedia G", "Hunter's Encyclopedia 3", "Monster Hunter", "Monster Hunter 2", "Monster Hunter Freedom Unite", "Monster Hunter 3", "Monster Hunter Portable 3rd", "Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate", "Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate", and "Monster Hunter Frontier G".

    Additional Notes:

    • Most of this info comes from both in-game and from official books taken from Capcom.
    • Subspecies and Rare Species are included as well though are usually lesser known than the other species and the info about the Subspecies are included with the Normal Species.
      • Do note ther…
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  • 36

    Hey everyone, hope you all had a great weekend. To start this week off right, I'll be fielding the latest edition of DOTW. This time, I thought it might be interesting for us to take a look at some in-game features that have since been ditched (or at least, not used in a very long while) by Capcom.

    Let's get to it!

    Call me crazy, but I thought this was a really cool idea. Putting together a custom bowgun out of a variety of different parts was a creative and unique direction for the developers to take this weapon. In the end, I understand the transition back to the standard separate classes, as it's less complicated and you don't end up with a weird, jumbled concoction of a weapon. 

    On a similar note, we also barely even got to know the Mediu…

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  • 75

    Hello, and welcome to the Discussion of the Week: Juvenile Monsters! This week we look at some monsters while they're still young!

    Now that's a face only a mother could love! Quite interesting concept to have the juvenile seen first before we meet its big armored parents plus its just nice to see it go from hiding as a juvenile to facing off against threats head on as an adult, even though they're eaten by one particular monster.

    They are so cute and annoying! Despite being annoying, they become one of my favorite Leviathans in the Series!

    The White Knights in Training! They stay hidden away in caves in the Tundra and mom usually isn't to far away from them. So to any who plan on trying to make a pelt out of these cute little Barioths, prepare…

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  • 27

    - XBOX360 = - PS3 = - PSVITA = - WIIU = }} |Release Dates = Japan - November 19, 2014
    North America - N/A
    Europe - N/A
    Australia - N/A |Systems = PC, Xbox 360, PS3, Wii U, PS Vita |Official Websites = |Flagship Monsters = (?) |Generation = Frontier |Monsters = (?) |Weapons = Sword and Shield, Dual Blades, Great Sword, Long Sword, Hammer, Hunting Horn, Lance, Gunlance, Light Bowgun, Heavy Bowgun, Bow, Tonfa }}

    Monster Hunter Frontier G6 is announced.

    A Concept Artwork of an Location that looks like a Tower is shown in the 13th Development Management Report video. It is an entirely new Location in the game.

    Other screenshots include a base camp. It is unknown if the…

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  • 4

    Hey guys, Lately I've ben wondering what could be the chronological order of the games in the Monster Hunter series, so I've invented my theory of the order. I'm unfortunately not using a world map of the series. Im using as reference the monsters appearing in game and the terraformation of the areas.

    As always, This is my theory, Don't blame and come up with other ideas to post them too.

    I used in this timeline the chronological order of 5 Games: MHFU, MHP3rd, MH3, MH3U, and MH4.

    1st MH4 

    At the beginning, a civilization rose in Plains and other places, using the both art of fighting and flying, the warriors of this people hunted monsters. This civilization constructed many towns but was defeated by Giant Beasts, Ukanlos the Avalanche God and…

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  • 28
    Lord Loss
    Hello, and welcome to Discussion of the Week: Towns and Villages!

    This week we examine some of the 'central hubs' of Monster Hunter, the places where you spend time inbetween hunts.

    The offline town from the very first Monster Hunter (and MH Freedom). From what I've seen, it's a little... bare bones, but perfectly functional. There's some interesting story about the Hero's Blade, and the whole place is at least visually consistant (it reminds me a lot of the Forest and Hills).

    The first town I came across in any MH game, and therefore one that invokes considerable nostalgia in me. I like the slight verticality of the place, the farm is nice, everything is quite compact and close, but there's still a really strong underlying aesthetic theme (v…

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  • 87
    Lord Loss
    Hello, and welcome to Discussion of the Week: Returning Monsters!

    This week we look at monster that have returned in games considerably after their first appearance. This isn't a comprehensive list - that would include almost every monster in the series - just some of the stand outs.

    Monster Hunter Freedom Unite -> Monster Hunter 4

    Velocidrome was something of a strange choice to return; some would argue that it was replaced pretty comprehensively by the Jaggi in the third generation, but nonetheless it has found its way into the most recent MH game. And in fairness, it is considerably improved - proper rage mode, pin attack, exhaustion mechanics and breakable parts. You can ride it now as well!

    MH2 -> MHF -> MHFU

    Yama has a bit of an odd histo…

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  • 28

    So who are the monsters you like to face and to challenege, mine is savage deviljho, brute/black tigrex, and Dara Amadyura

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