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Gore Magala, Chaotic Gore Magala, and Shagaru Magala are monsters in the Monster Hunter series. While the Monster Hunter games don’t go in-depth with their lore, there are still lots of things we’ve learned about the Magala line of monsters due to in-game descriptions and additional media released throughout the history of the franchise. Since Gore Magala, Chaotic Gore Magala, and Shagaru Magala aren’t seen in every Monster Hunter game, players have questions about the monsters. Here are some of the common questions we’ve seen about these monsters from our database of Google queries, Reddit posts, social media posts, and…

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Valstrax and its variant, Crimson Glow Valstrax, are monsters in the Monster Hunter series. Valstrax was introduced in Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate while Crimson Glow Valstrax was introduced in Monster Hunter Rise. While the Monster Hunter games don’t go in-depth with their lore, there are still lots of things we’ve learned about Valstrax and Crimson Glow Valstrax due to in-game descriptions and additional media released throughout the history of the franchise. Valstrax Overview Valstrax is described as, “An elder dragon that soars at very high altitudes far from human habitation. Its flaming red wings are often the only visible sign…

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In Monster Hunter: Rise, the Rakna-Kadaki Carapace is a monster material dropped from Rakna-Kadaki. Learn where you can find the Rakna-Kadaki Carapace and its usage in weapon, armor, and decoration crafting. Overview DescriptionHard, heavy Rakna-Kadaki carapace sometimes used in weapons and armor.Rarity6Sell Price3240TypeMonster MaterialsHold Limit99 How to Get Rakna-Kadaki Carapace Drops from Rakna-Kadaki or can be collected by Meowcenaries. MonsterDrop RatesRakna-KadakiDropped Material Reward: 60%Broken Part Reward: 50% (Head)Carve Reward: 33% (Head)Capture Reward: 25%Target Reward: 17% For players who want to farm the Rakna-Kadaki Carapace, we recommend focusing on breaking as many parts as possible while fighting with Rakna-Kadaki. Pierce damage…

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Rakna-Kadaki is a monster in Monster Hunter Rise and its expansion, Sunbreak. This Rakna-Kadaki Hunter Guide covers all you need to know about its locations, weaknesses, weapons, armor, material drop rates, and more. Overview A Rakna-Kadaki is usually seen covered in sticky webbing. Clinging to its abdomen are its offspring, known as Rachnoid, which it controls using the flammable gas that builds up there. Rachnoid spit fire, capture prey, and support the Rakna-Kadaki’s massive body. As their numbers dwindle, the beast will hatch more, at which point it is extremely dangerous. Characteristics TypeTemnoceranThreat Level7/10Rampage TypeGate CrasherElemental WeaknessesIce, WaterLocationsSandy Plains, Lava…

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With Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak releasing on June 30, here’s our guide to everything you need to do before starting Sunbreak. The good news is that getting access to Sunbreak is super easy. But for players who want to have an easier time with Sunbreak, it’ll help to do some prep work. How to unlock Sunbreak In order to access Sunbreak, you need to beat the “Serpent Goddess of Thunder” 7★ Hub quest that sees you fighting against Thunder Serpent Narwa. This is the final quest that was available when the game launched. It’s an easy fight – especially if…

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In Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, Primordial gear is currently the highest level of gear available for players who want to max out their builds. Primordial gear has a low chance to drop but is worth getting due to the increased stats they provide. As a reminder, the current Chaos tier gears in Wonderlands are: NormalChaoticVolatilePrimordial Here’s everything you need to know about how Primordial Gear works in Wonderlands. What is Primordial Gear? Primordial Gear is the highest-tier of gear after Volatile Gear in Wonderlands. On average, Primordial Gear increases an item’s stats by 50% of its base value. So a normal…

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In an update today, Gearbox announced Blightcaller is the seventh playable class in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. The Blightcaller is described: “This shamanic Elementalist channels spirits and summons storms to wear down foes with poison and elemental damage.” We’re definitely getting Druid vibes from this class. Source: playwonderlands.2k.com Curiously, one of the Myth Rank trees in Wonderlands is named Druid, which boosts Poison and Lightning damage. With the Blightcaller’s description noting that it summons storms and wears down foes with poison, the hints to the class have been available all along. Touche, Gearbox. The Blightcaller joins as the seventh playable class…

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In Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, once players hit the max level of 40, Myth Rank is unlocked to further improve your character’s stats. Like previous Borderlands games, Myth Rank is similar to Badass Rank in that it offers small increases to stats like Gun Damage, Fire Damage, Reload Speed, and more. Here’s what you need to know about how Myth Rank works and the stat increases available in each Myth Rank tree. How Myth Rank works in Wonderlands After you hit level 40, any additional levels your character gains give 1 point to your Myth Rank. Myth Rank is divided into…

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In Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, players take on the role of a custom-created Fatemaker to defeat the Dragon Lord. Like most Borderlands games, players focus on leveling their character to improve their stats, get new skills, and get better gear. As of now, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands has a max level of 40. After reaching the level cap of 40, players can increase their Myth Rank to further improve their character’s stats. Gearbox has not announced a level cap increase for Wonderlands. We’ll wait to see if level cap increases are planned with the additional DLC updates in the current Season Pass…

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The weekly reset is here for Destiny 2. Here are this week’s Nightfall, bounties, rewards, and more. Nightfall – The Ordeal: The Inverted Spire Modifiers: Nightfall: AdeptScorched Earth: Enemies throw grenades significantly more often.Acute Arc Burn: +25% Arc damage dealt and +50% Arc damage received.Nightfall: HeroAll previous modifiersChampion Foes: You will face [Shield-Piercing] Barrier and [Stagger] Unstoppable Champions. You must equip Anti-Barrier and Anti-Unstoppable mods to your arms armor to defeat them. These mods come from the Seasonal Artifact.Champion Foes: You will face [Shield-Piercing] Barrier and [Stagger] Unstoppable Champions.Hero Modifiers: Extra ShieldsAshes to Ashes: Dealing damage with a Solar weapon now…

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