MHR Sunbreak is down due to Blood Orange Bishaten's weaknesses, resistances, and drops

MHR Sunbreak is down due to Blood Orange Bishaten's weaknesses, resistances, and drops ...

Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak is a massive expansion for the hit game MH Rise. Many returning monsters have returned, and some first appearing monsters have been upgraded to become deadlier. Blood Orange Bishaten''s weaknesses, resistances, and drops for MHR Sunbreak are among the items listed below.

Below is a brief explanation of what the symbols mean.


MHR Sunbreak contains all blood orange Bishaten information and shortcomings.

TypeFanged BeastThreat Level6/10
Main WeaknessMinor Weakness
Main Status Weakness Monster Resistant to

These Bishaten subspecies use pinecones to pelt hunters with and then use their breath attacks to ignite them.

Bishaten, a blood orange, has an elemental weakness in Monster Hunter''s Sunbreak.

Blood Orange Bishaten is the best element to use, followed by Thunder. Ice is the best option, but it isn''t as powerful as Water/Thunder. Don''t use Fire or Dragon, as Blood Orange Bishaten is immune.

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Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak is responsible for the location of the Blood Orange Bishaten Weapon.

For Blood Orange Bishaten, it''s best to use cutting weapons and focus on the Wings and Tail. Sure, more damage is dealt by aiming at the Head, but if you are in a party with a Blunt/Ammo user, the Head is where they should strike.

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MHR Sunbreak Resistencies and ailment effectiveness in Blood Orange Bishaten Status

If you haven''t got a second elemental weapon, your Blast is fantastic against Bishaten. Blood Orange Bishaten is usually slow to heal, however all ailments will be limited to take effect. Waterblight from an Endemic Life helper should be the first thing you do, as this increases all damage to the animal.


Bishaten''s Blood Orange drop rates - carves, capturing, breaking, and more in the MHR Sunbreak

There are a lot of options to get monster parts, but everything revolves around a percentage system, which eventually RNG. There may be a rare item or none.

  • There are multiple ways of gaining items.
  • You can normally carve three times once the monster is dead, but this can change with skills and the type of monster.
  • All chopping appendages of said monster can usually be carved once.
  • Capturing the monster instead of killing it can alter the percentage of rewards.
  • Breaking monster parts, claws, and wings increases the odds of getting more parts.
  • From obtaining the white drops that fall from the monster.
  • Gaining rewards for completing your quest.
MaterialsTarget RewardsCapture RewardsBroken Part RewardsCarves
Orangaten Fur+19%21%15% (Head)49% (Body)
Orangaten Feather+28%34%70% (Wing)32% (Body)
Orangaten Talon20%16% [x2]30% [x2] (Wing)--%
Orangaten Horn+9%--%80% (Head)6% (Body)
Massive Bone12%--%--%--%
Beast Gem7%--%--%--%
Large Beast Gem5%6%5% (Head)3% (Body)
Orangaten Tailcase+--%23%100% (Tail)--%
Solid Bone--%--%--%10% (Body)

Picking up the white monsters drops can include Orangaten Fur+ 50%, Orangaten Feather+ 35%, Large Beast Gem 1%, Orangaten Tailcase+ 15%, Beast Tear 15%, and Large Beast Tear 35%.

More Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak guides have been found on Pro Game Games!