Astalos Weaknesses, Resistances and Drops – MHR Sunbreak

Astalos Weaknesses, Resistances and Drops

Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak is a terrific expansion that features plenty of returning monsters to slay. You might recognize some beasts, like Astalos, like who can forget the flying green thunder monster! So here is everything you need to know about Astalos weaknesses, resistances and drops in MHR Sunbreak.

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All information and weaknesses of Astalos in MHR Sunbreak

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Large flying wyverns with crest-like organs that can vibrate to generate and store large amounts of electricity. Violent to the bitter end, they are known for chasing intruders out of their territory without mercy.

Astalos Elemental Weakness in Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak

No elemental damage is significant against Astalos. All but Thunder inflict chords against the Wyvern, but it’s not that effective. But if you have no other choice, use Ice. Equip an ice weapon and focus on the tail and tip of the tail.

Astalos Weapon Location Weakness in Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak

It doesn’t matter much what type of weapon to choose to fight Astalos. Slashing and blunt weapons are equal in location damage, so focus on the crest, neck, and tail.

rooms To cut Blunt Ammunition
Crete 55 55 30
Abdomen 24 24 15
Neck 55 55 30
Return 25 25 20
Wing 25 25 20
Leg 25 25 15
Tail 35 35 20
tail tip 35 35 20

Astalos Status resistances and ailments in MHR Sunbreak

If you have a Blast weapon, it’s pretty effective against the Flying Wyvern, but that’s about it. If you find an Epidemic Life discovery aid to inflict Iceblight, do so, as it will slow down the thunderous creature.

Poison Exhaust
Stun fire blight
Paralysis The water burn
Sleep Lightning
Blast ★★ ice burn ★★

Astalos drop rate – size, capture, breakage and more in MHR Sunbreak

There are multiple ways to get Monster Coins, but it all revolves heavily around a percentage system, which is ultimately RNG. You can get a rare material or not at all.

  • There are several ways to get items
    • You can normally carve three times once the monster is dead, but this can change with skills and monster type.
    • All of said monster’s sharp appendages can usually be carved once.
    • Capturing the monster instead of killing it can change the reward percentage.
    • Breaking monster parts, claws, wings, etc., increases the chances of getting monster parts.
    • To carve the white drops that fall from the monster. This normally happens when monsters clash.
    • Earn rewards for completing your quest.
Materials Target rewards Catch Rewards Broken Parts Rewards Carves
Shard of Astalos 21% –% 27% (Return) 32% (Body)
Astalos Heavy Shell 28% 30% 70% (Return) 25% (Body)
Astalos Wingmenbrane 19% 27% 30% (wing) 15% (Body)
Boltscale 12% 12% 17% (Peak) 18% (body)
17% (tail)
Heavy Astalos Crest+ ten% –% 80% (peak) 8% (Body)
Astalos Scissor Blade seven% ten% –% 80% (Body)
Mantle of Astalos 3% 3% 3% (peak)
3% (return)
2% (body)
3% (tail)
Wingcutter of Astalos –% 18%[x2] 50%[x1] (Wing)
20[x2] (Wing)

You can frequently acquire white drops from monsters and fighting monsters. Here’s what you can get: Astalos Shard 55%, Heavy Astalos Shell 30%, Astalos Mantle 1%, Astalos Wingripper 15%, and Large Wyvern Tear 50%.

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