How to cure Bloodblight in MHR Sunbreak

A new danger for monster hunters.

Monster Hunter's Sunbreak expansion came with new monsters to take down, but it also introduced some new status effects. One of them is Bloodblight, a status effect that drains your health while also giving you lifestealing capability. If that's not what you've bargained for, you'll need to know how to cure Blooblight in MHR Sunbreak.

How to remove Bloodblight in Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak

The only way to cure Bloodblight in MHR Sunbreak is to defeat Malzeno, one of the strongest monsters in the game. There is no way to cure it with any items. Bloodblight gives you a lifesteal ability, which means you can replenish health by inflicting damage. This status effect forces you to take risks and forget about defensive tactics. Fortunately, after the Malzeno is defeated, this health issue will also disappear.

Bloodblight has debuff and buff effects, so you'll have to take what's given to you and attempt to make the best out of it. While you're affected by Bloodblight, you'll lose health constantly. But not all is lost—this condition gives you a fighting chance, if you play your cards right.

Related: Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak Beginners Guide

What does Bloodblight do in MHR Sunbreak?

Bloodblight is a status effect introduced in the Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak expansion. Although it comes from a monster, Malzeno the elder dragon, this status effect isn't just a debuff. Bloodblight reduces your health and decreases the amount of health you can recuperate with items.

On the other hand, it gives you lifesteal ability, so you can mitigate negative effects by constantly attacking the monster. You'll regain health in the amount of damage that you've inflicted. This condition forces you to play it fast and defeat this elder dragon as quickly as possible. To do this, you'll need to know Malzenos's weaknesses and resistances.

For more information on Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak, check out guides like How to cure Frenzy in Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak, How to get Aeonian Coal in Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak, and How to get Striped Finehide in Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak here on Pro Game Guides.

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