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The Endemic Life List for Monster Hunter Rise (Switch). This guide includes type, locations, effect, uses of endemic life in MH Rise, and rare endemic life!

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All Endemic Life List

List Of Endemic Life

※ Click or tap the icon to jump to a list below.

※ All information here is taken from pre-release info and the Demo of the game.

Buffer Endemic Life List

Endemic LifeLocation / Effects
Red SpiribirdRed SpiribirdShrine Ruins / Flooded Forest
Gain an attack boost.
Orange SpiribirdOrange SpiribirdShrine Ruins / Flooded Forest
Gain a defense boost.
Green SpiribirdGreen SpiribirdShrine Ruins / Flooded Forest
Gain a health boost.
Yellow SpiribirdYellow SpiribirdShrine Ruins / Flooded Forest
Gain a stamina boost.
WirebugWirebugShrine Ruins
Increases your Wirebug gauge by 1 temporarily.
VigorwaspVigorwaspShrine Ruins
Releases a healing mist.
ClothflyClothflyShrine Ruins / Flooded Forest
Makes skin more resistant to injury.
ButterflameButterflameShrine Ruins
Temporarily boosts attack strength.
PeepersectsPeepersectsShrine Ruins
Temporarily boosts stamina.
CutterflyCutterflyShrine Ruins
Grants increased concentration for a higher chance at critical hits.

Hunting Helper List

Endemic LifeLocation / Effects
PoisontoadPoisontoadShrine Ruins
Poisons enemies.
BlastoadBlastoadShrine Ruins
Causes an explosion that can topple large monsters.
FirebeetleFirebeetleShrine Ruins
Inflicts fireblight when thrown at enemies.
MudbeetleMudbeetleShrine Ruins
Inflicts waterblight when thrown at enemies.
ThunderbeetleThunderbeetleShrine Ruins
Inflicts thunderblight when thrown at enemies.
SnowbeetleSnowbeetleShrine Ruins
Inflicts iceblight when thrown at enemies.
StinkminkStinkminkShrine Ruins
Attracts monsters to it.
EscuregotEscuregotShrine Ruins / Flooded Forest
Emits healing from shell.
Puppet SpiderPuppet SpiderShrine Ruins
Immobilizes its target (allowing them to be mounted).
WailnardWailnardShrine Ruins
Lure large monsters to their vicinity.
TrapbugsTrapbugsShrine Ruins
Foes that step on them flinch.
AntidobraAntidobraShrine Ruins
Heals ailments and heightens resistance temporarily.
BrewhareBrewhareShrine Ruins
Ferments food for added nutritional value.
HiougigawazuHiougigawazuFlooded Forest
Use as bait to attract the attention of a monster.

Ensnaring Life List

Endemic LifeLocation / Effects
FlashflyFlashflyShrine Ruins
Emit a bright light, causing monsters to flinch.
GiganhaGiganhaFlooded Forest
If given raw meat, it will deal damage to hunters and monsters.

Crafty Creatures List

Endemic LifeLocation / Effects
Rock LizardRock LizardShrine Ruins
Drops materials used in crafting.
Boulder LizardBoulder LizardShrine Ruins
Drops materials used in crafting.
Scale LizardScale LizardShrine Ruins
Drops materials used in crafting.

Other Life List

Endemic LifeLocation / Effects
Great WirebugGreat WirebugShrine Ruins
Used for long distance movement.
Golden SpiribugGolden SpiribugShrine Ruins
Turn in to the village guild.

What Is Endemic Life?

Creatures That Live In The Wild

Endemic Life

Endemic Life, as the name suggests, refers to the creatures native to a particular area in the world. They will spawn in the wild and are not aggressive towards the player. They are, suffice to say, mostly harmless! Some of these creatures will be able to provide valuable benefits to you, usable as buffs or offensive battle items.

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Appear From Sending Sprigs

Sending Sprig

Endemic Life is only static in the field. Sometimes creatures will pop out when you attack batches of grass called Sending Sprigs. When you find this type of grass on the map, make sure to get closer to it and see if it has anything inside.

Permabuffer & Ensnaring Life Newly Added

Buffers

In Monster Hunter Rise, new varieties of Endemic Life were added to the game, including Ensnaring, Buffer, and Hunting Helper variants. These will provide a wide range of benefits to you, including buffing you up or dealing direct damage to enemies.

Use Hunting Helpers As Items

Hunting Helper

Hunting Helper creatures can be used as items whenever you wish once caught. They provide many effects, including restoring your HP, attracting monsters, and more!

Ensnaring Life Helps You Catch Monsters

Ensnaring Life

Ensnaring Life is often a trap that, once activated, can apply myriad effects on the player or monsters. For example, you can use it to efficiently deal damage to a lot of enemies, stun them, and more!

Caught In Nets Previously

Nets

In previous Monster Hunter Games (like Iceborne), it was posisble to catch endemic life in nets. It was also common to equip certain gear to make yourself less detectable when catching, to prevent creatures from running away.

Rare Endemic Life Also Existed

Rare Endemic Life

In addition to regular Endemic Life, rare variants also existed. They had a low chance of appearing whenever you met certain conditions, and were the requirement for getting certain trophies.

Possible To Keep Them As Pets

Home

In previous games, if you caught Endemic Life it was possible to leave them in your own personal home as decorative elements. This was a fun way of customizing your home!

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