Weapons Tier-A Monster Hunter (MH): Rise “A Complete Guide 2022”

Weapons Tier-A MH: Rise
Weapons Tier-A Monster Hunter (MH) Rise

Weapons Tier-A Monster Hunter (MH) Rise “A Complete Guide 2022”: Monster Hunter: Rise is an action-packed monster-slaying experience. The extensive crafting and weapon system. Which rewards players who take the time to learn them, allows all of this to happen. This time, we’re focusing on Monster Hunter: Rise’s weapons, ranking them from best to worst in terms of ease of use. Read this article to know more about the Weapons Tier-A MH Rise 2022.

Also Read: A-Tier Weapons MH: Rise “A Complete Guide 2022” (moroesports.com)

Weapons Tier-A MH: Rise
Hunting Horn MH: Rise
  • Hunting Horn

The hunting horn got a major upgrade in rising, and it’s one of the best weapons in the game — if you’re willing to learn how it works. You don’t have combos with the hunting horn. Instead, you play notes while dealing damage.

Each note correlates to a song, which you can play to buff yourself and your allies. The biggest mistake you can make with the hunting horn is assuming that it’s a weapon only for support. A good horn player is more than capable of tackling a hunt on their own, and they do even better in groups.

The hunting horn isn’t terribly complex, but newer players may have a hard time keeping track of their songs and the monster simultaneously. Start with the hammer and check out the hunting horn if you like the slow, hard-hitting style.

“A blunt weapon that allows you to buff your hunting party by performing melodies. Gather notes of a single color for a steady boost or combine 3 to gain all effects”.

  1. Wide variety of team buffs.
  2. A blunt weapon that allows for repeated stunning.
  3. Attacks make notes which can be weaved into melodies.
  4. Best Hunting Horn of MH Rise

    Raw Damage

    • Rampage Agitato S


    • Rampage Agitato S
    • Rathalos Feroce


    • Rampage Agitato S
    • Sublime Bell


    • Rampage Agitato S
    • Abyssal Storm Horn


    • Rampage Agitato S


    • Rampage Agitato S
    • Reddnaught Ritmico



    • Rampage Agitato S
    • Cursed Ocarina


    • Rampage Agitato S


    • Rampage Agitato S


    • Teostra’s Orphèe


A-Tier Weapons MH: Rise
Charge Blade MH: Rise
  • Charge Blade

The Charge Blade is identical to the Switch Axe in Monster Hunter Rise. This weapon has two forms, with the basic sword/shield mode building a meter that can eventually change the weapon into a massive fighting axe.

The Charge Blade is a little more difficult to learn than the Switch Axe, but it can still inflict consistent damage in both forms. It’s a great feeling to connect the Super Elemental Discharge move on a monster, especially when you see the tremendous damage that may be done.

“A weapon that is both sword and axe. Charge it up in sword mode, then combine sword and shield into an axe and unleash the energy as a devastating attack.”

  1. Elemental Discharge has a lot of power.
  2. Mind’s Eye is obtained by charging the weapon.
  3. Guard Points can still be found.
  4. When done correctly, Counter Peak Performance fills the gauge!
  5. It’s still a difficult weapon to master.
  • Insect Glaive

Monster Hunter Rise‘s Insect Glaive is a bit more streamlined than in previous entries, especially when it comes to the Kinsect mechanic that the weapon relies on. The Insect Glaive has some of the best mobility of out all the weapons, both vertically and generally in the air.

The Kinsect harvests buffs from monsters that can help power up a player’s attacks, but this has to be a constant thought in players’ minds during each fight. Even though this weapon doesn’t match the damage output of others, it can be immensely satisfying to time attacks well enough to fully connect a Jumping Advance Slash, just to reset with a Vaulting Dance into the air.

Command insects called Kinsects to absorb essence from your prey and buff yourself. Vault into the air, kick your foes, and attack from all angles while airborne.

  1. Top tier aerial combat
  2. Possible to get two extracts in one go
  3. Silkbind Vault gives you plenty of attack opportunities
  4. Diving Wyvern deals an insane amount of damage
  • Heavy Bowgun

Much like its companion, the Heavy Bowgun is great for ranged combat but will require a steady supply of ammo. The Heavy Bowgun has great damage output, especially when using a type of ammo a monster is weak to.

This weapon requires players to be a bit more informed about what they are getting into since players won’t be able to hack and slash their way out of a fight. At the very least, the Silkbind attacks will allow players to counter some monster attacks.

“A powerful ranged weapon as heavy on firepower as it is in the hand. Can be loaded with Wyvernheart or Wyvernsnipe ammo depending on the situation”.

  1. High Versatility because of Piercing Shots
  2. Can use elemental bullets depending on the monster’s weakness
  3. Better mobility because of Free Silkbind Glide
  4. Introduces a new counter-attack opportunity with Counter Shot
  5. Light Bowgun is a more agile choice
  • Gunlance

The Gunlance is proof that, sometimes, slow and steady wins the race. It may deal with low mobility issues, but can often release a large amount of damage, especially with its Shelling. The Gunlance has powerful combos, and its Wyvern’s Fire is definitely one of the most powerful moves in the game.

Even though the Gunlance is great at breaking through a monster’s defenses, the skill curve is too large to make the weapon useful right off the bat. Along with the rest of the weapons is B-tier, these are great picks and definitely have their usefulness. However, the weapons are best suited for players who can have fun with them.

“A sturdy lance affixed with a cannon. Pressure your prey with a bevy of bombardments, then land a super-powerful hit at just the right time”.

  1. Can cause damage regardless of monster armor
  2. Now easier to maintain sharpness
  3. Makes it easier to execute a Full Burst with Hail Cutter
  4. Can sharpen weapon with Guard Edge when used properly
  5. Blast Dash is a great mobility tool
  6. Best Gunlance of MH Rise

    Normal Shelling

    • Ortlinde

    Long Shelling

    • Howlitzer

    Wide Shelling

    • Admiral’s Arbalance


    Raw Damage

    • Rampage Gunlance S
    • Admiral’s Arbalance


    • Crimson Rook
    • Rampage Gunlance S


    • Rampage Gunlance S
    • Doombringer Gunlance


    • Abyssal Storm Gunlance
    • Rampage Gunlance S


    • Rampage Gunlance S
    • Ambermarch


    • Reddnaught Gunlance
    • Rampage Gunlance S



    • Venomous Attar
    • Datura Gunlance


    • Rampage Gunlance S
    • Shatter God

Switch Axe

The Switch Axe is another weapon that players will have to train with to reach its full potential. Even though there is a learning curve for the Switch Axe, any player that sets their mind to it can get the hang of it pretty quickly. Being a weapon with dual forms, players will switch between a giant axe and sword throughout its combos.

The sword mode is temporary and will end up needing to recharge after some time, but both forms are reliable damage dealers. Plus, the Switch Axe’s Zero Sum Discharge is probably the strongest attack in the game. The Switch Axe is a very reliable damaging weapon, and players will no doubt have some fun wildly swinging this weapon around.

“Switches between Axe Mode, for fluid mobility and hefty single hits, and Sword Mode, for quicker strikes. Phial effects activated by the sword persist in axe form”.

  1. Powerful elemental discharges
  2. Morphing is possible from different combos
  3. Sturdy while using Invincible Gambit
  4. Charge the gauge and disallow decrease with Switch Charger
  5. No guards or counters.

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