Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak Risen Chameleos Guide – Weaknesses, Drops and More

Risen Chameleos is even stronger than the standard version in Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak, and likely portends more monsters evolving beyond the plague of the Qurio Virus. It’s a unique variant that’s the first of its kind, proving that when a monster defeats the Qurio Virus, it spawns even more dangerous traits and attacks than its normal form. This guide covers all Risen Chameleos weaknesses and material drops in Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak.

How to defeat Risen Chameleos in Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak

All of the Risen Chameleos’ weaknesses

The Risen Chameleos will unleash a powerful poison against you and your monster hunting team, and we strongly recommend taking as many antidotes as you can carry. It can also cause you and your team to experience toxic nightmares if you lose sight of it. After damaging the Risen Chameleons enough times, they will glow and enter their Risen state. In this state you want to stay as aggressive as possible to knock him out of this state. If you don’t, it will fill its tail with toxins and smash it into the ground, performing a massive AOE poison attack.

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We recommend using slashing and blunt weapons against his head and front legs. These areas take the most damage, but you should always focus on his tail to prevent him from using too many poisonous attacks. If you must use a weapon with elements, you should use a fire or dragon based one.

parts of the body slashing bluntly ammunition Fire water thunder Ice dragon
head 55 59 45 25 0 10 0 20
front leg 45 45 20 20 0 10 0 10
abdomen 25 30 22 20 5 10 0 fifteen
The back 25 22 25 25 0 10 0 20
wing 22 22 20 20 0 10 0 fifteen
hind leg 30 25 20 25 0 10 0 20
tail 35 22 45 10 0 10 0 5

All material drops from Risen Chameleos

If you fight the Risen Chameleos, you cannot capture them. It’s an older dragon; You can only kill it in battle. It doesn’t have too many objective-based materials, so the best way to get the dropped items is to hunt them down consistently.

Material Drops target bonuses Conquer rewards Rewards for defective parts carves fallen materials
Chameleo’s fine skin 22% 0 20% 36% from the body and 9% from the tail 50%
Chameleo’s Hardclaw 30% 0 0 27% 30%
Chameleo’s Fellwing 25% 0 80% 10% 0
Chameleo’s whip 12% 0 0 80% 0
??? 7% 0 7% 7% 0
??? 4% 0 4% 4% 1%
Chameleons Harthorn 0 0 89% 24% 0
Pure Dragonblood 0 0 0 0 20%
Ultimas Crystal 0 0 0 0 14%
Old Dragon Treasure 0 0 0 0 40% Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak Risen Chameleos Guide – Weaknesses, Drops and More

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