Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak is a massive expansion for MH Rise, adding many new and old monsters into the fray. One monster you may remember is Seregios, who adds a devastating status ailment called Bleed, so it's good to know the monster before you fight. Here are Seregios weaknesses, resistances, and drops in MHR Sunbreak.
Seregios weakness in MHR Sunbreak
|Type||Flying Wyvern||Threat Level||7/10|
|Main Status Weakness|
|Monster Resistant to||
Large Flying Wyverns with sharp scales called "Bladescales" all over their body. Seregios are well-known as extremely territorial and belligerent creatures, often engaging in intense combat against other large monsters.
Be especially careful when they launch their scales from their body. Some of their attacks cause the Bleeding status, draining the hunter's health.They have a wide variety of attacks.
Seregios Elemental weakness in Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak
Seregios is incredibly weak to the Thunder element, so that should be your priority when using Dual Blades, Insect Glaive, and Sword and Shield. Ice is the other element you should be using, if not Thunder. The Flying Wyvern is also weak to Water and Dragon, but the damage output isn't as much as Thunder/Ice. Seregios is immune to all Fire damage.
Seregios Weapon location weakness in Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak
All damage types are great against Seregios, especially if you focus on different body locations. Cutting should swing at the legs and tail. Blunt should strike with head and neck. And Ammo users should aim true at the head and legs,
Seregios Status resistances and ailments in MHR Sunbreak
Zero stars mean it is immune to that ailment, while three stars mean it's highly effective against that monster. Ideally, you should focus on the status effect, Exhaust, which reduces the monster's stamina. This is caused by using Blunt-type weapons and Bowguns using Exhaust Ammo.
Blast is great, but overall it's not worth trying anything else. Everything will work apart from Paralysis, but it'll take too long to take effect.
Seregios Drop Rates - Carves, capturing, breaking, & more in MHR Sunbreak
There are multiple ways to get monster parts, but it all heavily revolves around a percentage system, which is ultimately RNG. You may get a rare item or none at all.
- There are multiple ways to gain items:
- You can normally carve three times once the monster is dead, but this can change with skills and the type of monster
- All chopped appendages of said monster can commonly be carved once
- Capturing the monster instead of killing it can alter the percentage of rewards
- Breaking monster parts, claws, and wings increases the odds of getting more parts
- From obtaining the white drops that fall from the monster
- Gaining rewards for completing your quest
|Materials||Target Rewards||Capture Rewards||Broken Part Rewards||Carves|
|Seregios Slavescale+||21%||23%||17% (Head)||32% (Body)
|Seregios Airblade+||35%||33%||10% (Wing)||24% (Body)
|Seregios Carver+||18%||10%||70% (Leg)|
|Seregios Scraper+||15%||21%||70% (Wing)|
|Seregios Impaler+||8%||10%||--%||75% (Tail)|
|Seregios Mantle||3%||3%||3% (Wing)||3% (Body)|
|Seregios Breacher+||--%||--%||80% (Head)||12% (Body)|
Looting the white drops that come from monsters, you have the potential to get one of several items: Seregios Slavescale+ 30%, Seregios Airblade+ 55%, Seregios Carver+ 15%, Seregios Mantle 1%, and Large Wyvern Tear 50%.
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