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Check out this Monster Hunter Rise (Switch) guide on Maps. Find out all locales, Shrine Ruins, Flooded Forest, Frost Islands, camp site locations, fast travel, and more!

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Kamura Village

Kamura Village

カムラの里

Kamura Village is set to be your home base in Monster Hunter Rise. It's the place where you'll find weapon and item shops, facilities for your buddies, and all sorts of other useful places to help you out on your adventure!

Check Out Everything You Can Do In Kamura Village Here

Shrine Ruins

Shrine Ruins

Shrine Ruins
Camp LocationArea 10

The Shrine Ruins are one of the currently known locales in Monster Hunter Rise. This region is also playable in the Demo, though it's only available until February 1st! This locale has one currently active camp location.

Permanent Endemic Life

Permanent Endemic Life
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Other Endemic Life

Other Endemic Life
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Shrine Ruins Gatherable Materials

Materials
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Check Out A List Of All Materials Here

Campsite Location - Area 10

You'll be able to find a campsite location in area 10 of the Shrine Ruins. It's on a somewhat elevated area, so make sure to use either the Wirebug or a vine in order to get up there.

Flooded Forest

Returns In Monster Hunter Rise!

水没林

▲Spot the Slagtoth camouflaged away in this image!

The Flooded Forest appeared in Monster Hunter 3 & Portable 3rd, and will be making a comeback for Monster hunter Rise! Large parts of this area are completely submerged in water. It's also apparently possible to climb to the top of the ruins seen in the picture above by making use of the Wirebug!

Get Ore Unique To The Flooded Forest

In previous versions of the game it was possible to obtain two special types of ore in the Flooded Forest. These were unique to this zone, and we think it's likely that they'll be coming back for MHR as well!

Huge Pyramid Ruin

The massive ruin that acts as a centerpiece for this zone was not present in previous iterations. In videos, it seems that the character is able to scale this pyramid by using the Wirebug!

Climb To The Top Of The Waterfall

It seems to be possible to make your way all the way to the top of the waterfall in this zone by using the Wirebug! This might come in handy as a shortcut.

Water Combat?

Underwater

The Flooded Forest is a great fit for water-based (underwater) combat, though we have not been able to confirm that it will be available in Monster Hunter Rise. In promotional videos, the player has always been running and never swimming, so it's likely that you won't be fighting monsters while swimming this time around either.

Somnacanth Lurking In The Waters

Somnacanth was spotted swimming in the waters of this region! Since we're not sure if there will be underwater combat in this game, we don't know if you'll necessarily be fighting Somnacanth here exactly. This looks to be area 8 of the old Flooded Forest map, though the ceiling is somewhat lower so it's possible that it's another location.

Monsters Which Appear

※ Only confirmed monsters are listed here.

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Home To Tons Of Giganha

Giganha

The Flooded Forest is naturally filled with tons of water. You'll be able to find plenty of dangerous Giganha in said water - and you can use them to your advantage! Feeding raw meat to Giganha will cause them to frenzy and attack monsters that might be nearby. This is particularly effective against larger monsters!

Frost Islands

Frost Islands

かんれいぐんとう

It's said that a massive dragon once used to nest in the Frost Islands! This chilly locale will feature tons of ferocious monsters. There are plenty of interesting landmarks here to explore, including a Dragonship, the bones of a giant dragon, and more!

Zorah Magdaros Head Visible?

Frost Islands

Parts of a Zorah Magdaros's head, as well as the Dragonator, were visible in parts of the images shown of the Frost Islands! We think that it's likely that the "massive dragon" which used to live here was none other than Zorah Magdaros himself.

Popo & Anteka Spotted Too

Popo

We were also able to confirm the presence of Popo and Anteke in the Frost Islands. We know that Tigrex is also confirmed, so we're likely to see Popo and Anteka being attacked by the ruthless predator at some point!

The Frozen Ship

Ship

A frozen, stranded ship can be seen in this zone as well. Here's to hoping that there are some monsters near or inside it for us to hunt!

Somnacanth Cave?

Cave

In a previous video we were able to spot the Somnacanth swimming in an underground cave. We're not exactly sure what locale this particular cave is, so we can't rule out the possibility that it's in the Frost Islands zone as well.

Monsters Which Appear

※ Only confirmed monsters are listed here.

Check Out A List Of All Monsters Here

Puppet Spider

Spider

We were able to spot Puppet Spiders, a new form of Endemic Life which will make it easier for you to mount monsters! This will likely be very useful, so it's a good idea to keep in mind where they spawn.

Check Out Our Wyvern Riding Guide Here

Fish Endemic Life

Fish

In the water found in this region, we were able to see several varieties of fish. This endemic life will give you different types of buffs if you interact with it!

Moving Around Maps

Ride Your Palamute

Palamute
ARide your Palamute
XMounted Attack
RDash
ZRJump
R + ZLDrift
R + B or ZR + BJump back
Read More On The Palamute Here

Move Around With The Wirebug

疾翔け(上方)
Button InputZL (Hold) + ZR

It's possible to maneuver around the world by using your Wirebug! This nifty tool will allow you to scale cliffs as well, so if you see somewhere that you think you might be able to reach, try to make use of the Wirebug to do so!

Check Out The Wirebug Guide Here

Use Wyvern Riding

Wyvern Riding

Wyvern Riding is a new feature in Monster Hunter Rise that allows you to ride on some monsters after subduing them! Since some monsters tend to be quite fast, you can use them as a means of transportation in the world as well! Read up on the finer points of Wyvern Riding below.

See Our Wyvern Riding Guide Here

Use Fast Travel

Fast Travel

Monster Hunter Rise also features a campsite system, where you'll be able to warp immediately to any camp location on the map by pressing Y while accessing the menu! Note that this doesn't work if you're in the middle of a hunt.

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