Monster Hunter Rise monster bone plus item
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Monster Hunter Rise: Monster Bone + | How to get Monster Bone +

By Rebecca Jones,
Wednesday, 31 March 2021 17:22 GMT

Monster Bone + is a material in Monster Hunter Rise. As the name suggests, it’s a better-than-average type of Monster Bone, and is correspondingly tricky to get hold of.

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How to get Monster Bone + in Monster Hunter Rise

Monster Bone + can only be obtained by hunting certain High Rank monsters as part of Quests.

Four types of monsters drop Monster Bone +: Great Baggi, Great Izuchi, Great Wroggi, and Kulu-Ya-Ku.

Hunting any of the four gets you Monster Bone + as a Target Reward.

Alternatively, Great Baggi and Great Wroggi also have a chance to drop the item when they’re Captured. The likelihood of the drop containing a Monster Bone + is nigh-on identical in both cases, regardless of whether you target or capture.

Unfortunately, those chances are only 12% or 13%, so be prepared to hunt a lot of monsters for this one.

Quests that include Monster Bone + as a reward

You can pick up Monster Bone + on many different quests in Monster Hunter Rise.

There’s a fairly even split between Village Quests (single-player) and Hub Quests (single- or multiplayer), as well as between Key (main) and Non-Key (side) quests.

Quest NameQuest LevelQuest Type
Beastly ChaosLevel 3Hub Quest (side-quest)
Beckoning SlumberLevel 3Hub Quest (key quest)
Bully of the CavernsLevel 3Hub Quest (key quest)
Champion of the CavernsLevel 3Hub Quest (key quest)
ComeuppanceLevel 5Village Quest (side-quest)
Disastrously BeautifulLevel 3Hub Quest (side-quest)
Down ‘n’ DirtyLevel 3Hub Quest (key quest)
Electrifying EpiphanyLevel 5Village Quest (key quest)
A Few Bumps Along the WayLevel 3Hub Quest (key quest)
A Friend in NeedLevel 3Hub Quest (key quest)
HellfireLevel 3Hub Quest (side-quest)
Hermit of the SwampLevel 6Village Quest (side-quest)
King of the Sky, Bane of the LandLevel 6Village Quest (side-quest)
Like a Flash of LightningLevel 6Village Quest (side-quest)
My Muse the MizutsuneLevel 3Hub Quest (key quest)
Nocturnal TrackerLevel 5Village Quest (key quest)
Nosey NuisancesLevel 5Village Quest (side-quest)
Rathalos Alert!Level 5Village Quest (key quest)
Tail to TailLevel 3Hub Quest (side-quest)
A Test of CourageLevel 6Village Quest (side-quest)
Thundering VoiceLevel 6Village Quest (side-quest)
Twilit Twin StarsLevel 3Hub Quest (key quest)
Twisted DesireLevel 6Village Quest (side-quest)
Waltzing by MoonlightLevel 5Village Quest (key quest)
Wavering Moon and ThunderLevel 3Hub Quest (key quest)
Wind Speed WyvernLevel 5Village Quest (key quest)

What recipes use Monster Bone + in Monster Hunter Rise

Monster Bone + is a key component in a number of weapon forging and armour crafting recipes.

However, its most frequent (and arguably its most desirable) use is in upgrading weapons to higher levels.

Weapons forged with Monster Bone +
(number required)
Weapon upgrades forged with Monster Bone +
(number required)
Armour pieces crafted with Monster Bone +
(number required)
Cornupion I (3)Axeblade II (2)Anjanath Coil (1)
Gelid Mind I (2)Azure Crest II (3)Anjanath Greaves (2)
Growling Wyvern I (3)Bone Barong I (3)Baggi Coil S (1)
Hidden Blade I (2)Bone Blade I (3)Brigade Boots (1)
Hidden Gemini I (2)Bone Bludgeon I (2)Brigade Coil (2)
Mandible Blade I (2)Bone Tabar I (3)Brigade Lobos (1)
Ricebane I (3)Buster Blade (2)Brigade Suit (1)
Carapace Hammer II (3)Brigade Vambraces (2)
Castello Saif II (3)Channeler Obi (1)
Deadly Serpentblade II (2)Channeler Robe (1)
Diablos Bashers I (4)Diablos Coil (2)
Diablos Lance I (4)Izuchi Greaves S (1)
Dirty Baron II (2)Izuchi Mail S (1)
Flammenkaefer I (2)Jelly Boots (1)
Golem Gunlance I (2)Jelly Gloves (1)
Graceful Death II (2)Kulu-Ya-Ku Braces S (2)
Growling Wyvern I (2)Medium’s Obi (1)
Hardened Bone Horn (2)Medium’s Robe (1)
Hidden Axe I (2)Mizutsune Greaves (2)
Hunter’s Bow I (2)Nargacuga Helm (2)
Iron Bayonet I (2)Sinister Garb (2)
Kulu Glaive II (2)Skull Visage (2)
Kulu Katana II (2)Tigrex Coil (2)
Kulu Mosso II (3)Utsushi Chest (H) (1)
Longear Axe II (2)Utsushi Chest (V) (1)
Longtusk Spear (1)Utsushi Tassets (H) (1)
Power Gasher I (3)Utsushi Tassets (V) (1)
Rugged Lance II (2)Wroggi Vambraces S (2)
Sharktooth Spear II (1)Zinogre Helm (2)
Sleepy Shellslice II (2)
Snow Slicers II (2)
Spark Slicer II (2)
Sturdy Glaive I (2)
Tigrex Archer I (3)
Tigrex Howl I (1)
Vicello Nulo White II (2)
Wroggi Sword II (4)
Wyvern Fang I (2)
Yakt Shooter I (3)

To see how this impressive selection of armour stacks up against the others in the game, why not check out our guide to best early- and late-game armours next?

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