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Best Kulve Taroth Weapons To Keep

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Read this Monster Hunter World: Iceborne guide to learn more about the best Kulve Taroth weapons to keep! Find out which appraisal weapons from the Kulve Taroth are best used in the game.

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Best Kulve Taroth Weapons List

Best KjarrBest Taroth
Sword & Shield・Stream
・Myth
・Water
・Fire
・Water
・Mud
Great Sword・Thunder・Thunder
Dual Blades・Rage
・Water
・Ice
・Spark
・Dragon
・Water
・Ice
・Rage
Long Sword・Decay・Fire
Hammer・N/A・Sleep
Hunting Horn・N/A・Sleep
・Paralysis
Lance・King
・Stream
・Decay
・Claw
・Water
・Thunder
Gunlance・Water
・Bomber
・Water
・Poison
・Bomber
Switch Axe・Paralysis・Paralysis
・Horn
Charge Blade・Ice・Water
・Horn
Insect Glaive・Paralysis・Paralysis
・Water
Light Bowgun・Thunder
・Ice
・Decay
・Support
・Shot
Heavy Bowgun・N/A・Glutton
・Support
Bow・Water
・Stream
・Spark
・Water
・Spark

Best Kulve Taroth Weapons Per Type

Sword & Shield

WeaponReasons For Keeping
Taroth Slicer Fire- Higher stats and attributes when compared to normally produced weapons
- Simple and long gauge
Taroth Slicer Mud- Strongest attack in the weapon type
- Weapon that does not deal elemental damage

Greatswords

WeaponReasons For Keeping
Taroth Fellsword "Thunder"- One of the highest attack damage in the Greatsword weapon types
Taroth Blaze "Thunder"- One of the highest attack damage in the Greatsword weapon types

Dual Blades

WeaponReasons For Keeping
Kjarr Daggers "Water"- Overwhelmingly high attributes when compared to normally produced weapons
Kjarr Daggers "Ice"- Overwhelmingly high attributes when compared to normally produced weapons
Taroth Daggers "Ice"- Ability to do ice damage along with decent amount of non-elemental damage

Longsword

WeaponReasons For Keeping
Taroth Sword Rage- One of the highest attack damage in the Longsword weapon types
- Ability to add decorations in order to fit multiple situations

Hammer

WeaponReasons For Keeping
Taroth Hammer Sleep- High attack power among other Hammer weapon types
- Sharpness gauge can go up to white sharpness
- Ability to add decorations to fit multiple situations

Hunting Horn

WeaponReasons For Keeping
Taroth Pipe Sleep- High attack power when compared to other Hunting Horn weapons
- Melody effects include attack power up
Taroth Pipe Paralysis- High attack power when compared to other Hunting Horn weapons
- Melody effects include increased stamina, and negates wind pressure

Lance

WeaponReasons For Keeping
Claw Gold Defender- Strong attack damage when compared to other Lance weapons
- High affinity at 30%
Kjarr Crest Water- Can deal huge amount of water damage due to its Critical Element skill

Gunlance

WeaponReasons For Keeping
Kjarr Buster "Bomber"- Decent attack power and long blue sharpness
- Ability to deal blast damage
Taroth Buster Water- Water damage is one of the highest in Gunlance weapons
Taroth Buster Mire- Higher water damage than other normally produced weapons
Taroth Buster Poison- High attack power
Bomber Gold Exploder- Rarity 6 weapon that is able to use Shelling Wide Level 4 ammos

Switch Axe

WeaponReasons For Keeping
Kjarr Axe "Paralysis"- Strong attack power
- Higher chance to apply paralysis due to Critical Status skill

Charge Blade

WeaponReasons For Keeping
Kjarr Strongarm "Ice"- Deals a high amount of Ice Damage which can be paired with its Critical Element skill
Taroth Strongarm "Water"- Can reach up to white sharpness
Taroth Strongarm "Horn"- Great bonus to defense

Insect Glaive

WeaponReasons For Keeping
Kjarr Glaive "Paralysis"- High attack power
- Can be used to deal raw damage or paralyze the monster

Light Bowgun

WeaponReasons For Keeping
Tarroth Blitz Shot- Strongest Lv 2 ammo fast-fire weapon
- Can reload Lv 2 ammo quickly
- Can be loaded up up to 6 ammos at a time and can be expanded to 8
Kjarr Blitz "Thunder"- High attack damage with a 15% affinity

Heavy Bowgun

WeaponReasons For Keeping
Taroth Assault Glutton- One of the strongest weapons you can use ammo Lv 3 with
- Ammo capacity can be expanded up to 8
- Non-elemental attacks are effective
Taroth Assault Support- One of the strongest weapons when using Wyvernheart ammos

Bow

WeaponReasons For Keeping
Tarroth Arrow Stream- Ability to deal 390 ice damage
Kjarr Bow "Water"- Ability to deal 300 water damage
Kjarr "Spark"- Ability to deal 240 thunder damage
- Has 15% affinity
Tarroth Arrow Thunder- Higher elemental attack damage compared to normally produced weapons
Tarroth Arrow Water- Higher elemental attack damage compared to normally produced weapons

When You Should Keep Appraisal Weapons

When Stats Are Higher Than Normal Weapons

When choosing whether to keep or sell your appraisal weapons, always compare them to weapons that are normally produced by the Smithy. If their stats and performance are far better than normal weapons, you should consider keeping those appraisal weapons.

How to Get Kulve Taroth Weapons

Complete The Kulve Taroth Quest

Complete the Kulve Taroth Quest

In order for you to obtain the Kulve Taroth weapons, you will need to complete the Event Quest "The Fury of El Dorado" Event Quest. Take note that since this is an event quest, it will only be available at certain times.

Check Out How to Get Kulve Taroth Weapons Here!

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