Lunagaron's weaknesses, weaknesses, and drops the MHR Sunbreak

Lunagaron's weaknesses, weaknesses, and drops the MHR Sunbreak ...

The MHR Sunbreak, a massive expansion with many new monsters, like Lunagaron, you meet early on. This Fanged Wyvern is no joke, and you''re for a surprise when it gets frustrated. So here''s Lunagaron''s weaknesses, resistances, and drops.

Below is a sample of what the symbols mean.

FireWaterThunderIceDragon
PoisonBlastSleepParalysisStun

MHR Sunbreak contains all Lunagaron info and weaknesses.

TypeFanged WyvernThreat Level7/10
Main WeaknessMinor Weakness
Main Status WeaknessMonster Resistant to

Azure-colored Wyvern is adorned with an organ that chills the air it inhales, which then circulates throughout its body in a unique form of thermoregulation. It can travel long distances and endure significant environmental changes, thus permitting them to occupy a wide range of areas.

Lunagaron''s Irrational Defizit in Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak

Lunagaron is weak to Fire. Thunder is a close second, with Dragon being the third. Most location is the same, with few exceptions, such as the Abdomen when using Fire. Lunagaron is immune to both water and snow.

Parts
Head10010010
Torso100505
Abdomen2001005
Back1501005
Foreleg1501005
Hind Leg100505
Tail1001005

Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak is due to the location limitations of the Lunagaron Weapon.

Blunt weapons are excellent against smashing the living ice out of Lunagaron and should primarily focus only on the Head. Cutting users'' focus on anything else, as it''s all pretty much the same. Although Ammo does fantastic damage aiming for the Head, they should do nothing more than attack the Head.

PartsCutBluntAmmo
Head455045
Torso303010
Abdomen353515
Back253015
Foreleg353515
Hind Leg303020
Tail303025

MHR Sunbreak demonstrates state resistance and ailment effectiveness in Lunagaron Status.

ailments aren''t the best thing to do against Lunagaron. They all will work but slowly. It''s beneficial to use anything with Blast and find an Endemic Life helper to inflict Fireblight, which will constantly cause damage for a time.

PoisonExhaust
StunFireblight
ParalysisWaterblight
SleepThunderblight
BlastIceblight

Lunagaron Drop Rates - MHR Sunbreak carves, captures, breaking, and more

There are a variety of ways to get monster parts, but everything revolves around a percentage system, which is ultimately RNG. You may get a rare item or none at any time.

  • There are numerous ways to gain items:
    • You can generally 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 normally 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.
  • You can generally 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 normally 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.
  • You can generally 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 normally 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
Lunagaron Cortex14%16%[x2]20% (Foreleg)26% (Body)
Lunagaron Shard34%33%27% (Head)17% (Tail)37% (Body)
Luna Vermilion Hardclaw23%27%50%[x1] (Foreleg)30%[x2] (Foreleg)--%
Frostborn Hardfang18%--%70% (Head)23% (Body)
Lunagaron Bluecore8%9%--%12% (Body)
Lunagaron Mantle3%3%3% (Head)3% (Tail)2% (Part)
Lunagaron Lash Shell--%12%80% (Tail)--%

The white drops that fall from monsters should definitely pick up, given that they may be one of the following: Lunagaron Cortex 35%, Lunagaron Shard 50%, Frostborn Hardfang 15%, Lunagaron Bluecore 20%, Lunagaron Mantle 1%, and Large Wyvern Tear 50%.

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