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Monster Slogbone Farming & Usage Guide
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Monster Slogbone Farming & Usage Guide

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Read this Monster Hunter World: Iceborne guide to learn more about Monster Slogbone! Find out how to get Monster Slogbone and the usage of the material!

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Drops From Large Master Rank Monsters

Drops From Large Master Rank Monsters

Monster Slogbone can be obtained from large master rank monsters. Collect Monster Slogbone by hunting your favorite monsters or by aiming to get other materials from those monsters.

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Monster Slogbone Usage

Used For Forging & Upgrading Equipments

Monster Slogbone as Material
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Monster Slogbone can be used to forge and upgrade certain bone tree weapons or armors.

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