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Seething Bazelgeuse - How To Unlock & Weakness

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Seething Bazelgeuse is a monster in Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak (MH Rise Sunbreak). See weakness, how to unlock, obtainable Items/materials for Seething Bazelgeuse!

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Seething Bazelgeuse Unlock Condition

Talk To Master Arlow After Achieving MR10

The Seething Bazelgeuse will be released by talking to Master Arlow after achieving MR10. For those who have already reached Master Rank (MR)10 or above, it will be automatically generated in Arlow's text bubble when you interact with him when you update Ver11.

Seething Bazelgeuse Weaknesses & Resistance

Effective Attack Type Per Weak Spot

* Based on actual battles in the game.

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Part Weaknesses

※ Weakness special effects and area where the Weakness Special Effect [Attribute] is activated are highlighted in red

Status Ailments & Blight

Item Resistance

Seething Bazelgeuse Material Drops

Obtained From Seething Bazelgeuse

Hunting RewardFlickering Silvershell (21%)
Bazelgeuse Shard (24%)
Bazelgeuse HardClaw (16%)
Distilled Blast Fluid (17%)
Bazelgeuse Gem (4%)
Bazelgeuse Mantle (3%)

Obtained By Carving

Carve - BodyFlickering Silvershell (37%)
Bazelgeuse Shard (12%)
Bazelgeuse HardClaw (9%)
Distilled Blast Fluid (23%)
Bazelgeuse Gem (3%)
Bazelgeuse Mantle (2%)
Carve - TailFlickering Silvershell (26%)
Bazelgeuse Mantle (4%)
Bazelgeuse Flail (70%)
Capture RewardFlickering Silvershell (21%)
Bazelgeuse Shard (15%)
Bazelgeuse HardClaw (19%)
Bazelgeuse Gem(7%)
Bazelgeuse Mantle (4%)
Bazelgeuse Flail (10%)
HeadBazelgeuse Shard (18%)
Distilled Blast Fluid (70%)
Bazelgeuse Gem (8%)
Bazelgeuse Mantle (4%)
WingBazelgeuse HardClaw (30%)
BackFlickering Silvershell (68%)
Distilled Blast Fluid (30%)
Bazelgeuse Mantle (2%)
Dropped MaterialsFlickering Silvershell (49%)
Bazelgeuse Shard (30%)
Bazelgeuse HardClaw (10%)
Bazelgeuse Mantle (1%)
Large Wyvern Tear (40%)
Wyvern Riding DropsFlickering Silvershell (60%)
Bazelgeuse HardClaw (10%)

Seething Bazelgeuse Guide & Tips

Easy to fight with Evade Extender
Extremely powerful and its explosive scales can instantly detonate
Learn the elements of its enraged state

Easy To Fight With Evade Extender

Seething Bazelgeuse's explosive scales are harsh and have a lot of ranged attacks. If you are not that much skilled at dodging attacks, turn on the "Evade Extender" skill since it helps you to get out of the attack range.

Extremely Powerful And Its Explosive Scales Can Instantly Detonate

Seething Bazelgeuse is often red-hot and when its explosive scales touch the ground, it bursts into flames. It is important to flee the area when it begin to drop its scales to escape the wide range of explosion and avoid dealing damage .

Learn The Elements Of Its Enraged State

▲While in its Enraged State, the explosive scales emit a purple light.

As soon as it becomes furious, the explosion scales emit a purple light and shift to an Enraged State. In this condition, the explosive scales swell up and explode. Intensive attacks on the Seething Bazelgeuse's purple-emitting head and tail while its charges up its attack will cancel it and its Enraged State will be lifted.

Enraged State Features
・Transitions when enraged, and the nature of the explosive scales changes.
・Increased attack patterns
・Enraged State can be lifted by intense attack on the head or tail during purple light emission.
└ Only the attacked area is disarmed.
・If not disabled in time, a powerful attack move is triggered and released.

Seething Bazelgeuse Walkthrough Battle

Focus attacks on its head and tail during its Enraged State
Dodge left and right when it crash attack
Avoid the following two consecutive crash attacks
Leave the area when it does its head slamming attack
Use any quick evasion tools to avoid major attack

Focus Attacks On Its Head And Tail During Its Enraged State

Focus your attacks on its purple-emitting head and tail when it is in its Enraged State. You can deal a lot of damage in this area and be able to lift its Enrage State condition. Head and tail can be used to disarm it down, respectively. You will therefore have two attack opportunities so make use of it.

Dodge Left And Right When It Crash Attack

It is an indication to its crashing attack when the Seething Bazelgeuse glides midair. You will not be struck if you rush to the left or right during the preceding movement. Seething Bazelgeuse will land while dispersing its explosive scales after crashing down, so keep that in mind as well.

Avoid The Following Two Consecutive Crash Attacks

When it is enraged, two consecutive crash attacks are unleashed. The range of the attack is wide, so it takes some practice to avoid it only by rolling forward; after avoiding the first one, run to the left or right in a wide circle.

Leave The Area When It Does Its Head Slamming Attack

Seething Bazelgeuse uses a head slamming attack. It aims at the hunter's position just before it attacks using its head, so move away from the area if you observe any initial preliminary movement before the attack to avoid dealing damage.

Use Any Quick Evasion Tools To Avoid Major Attack

If the Enraged State cannot be canceled and time passes, a major attack move will be launched. The range of its attack is very wide, so to avoid the attack, make to avoid it by dodging it with any available evading tools at your disposal or by simply retracting your weapon to make an urgent evasion at the time of the preliminary movement. The Enraged State will be lifted after this.

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