Awegite Ore Sunbreak – The new Sunbreak Expansion in Monster Hunter Rise features a new hub area called the Elgado Outpost. The expansion brings new enemies, monsters, and a better set of missions and quests. The game also updated its camera features and introduced the all-new Switch skill swap techniques. We all know that Monster Hunter Rise has different types of materials. Some are easy to get while getting some could be a nightmare.
Since crafting is the main element in Monster Hunter Rise, gathering resources is the key to making new gear that will help you battle against those mighty monsters. The new Sunbreak DLC features many resources and materials to help you craft the best armor and weapons and upgrade them. And one of those essential materials in the game is the Awegite Ore.
The Awegite ore is mysteriously attractive, and it shifts its pattern depending on the mood of the observer. Here is a brief description of the Awegite Ore
- Type – Ore
- Rarity – 8
- Hold Limit – 99
- Sell Price – 1200
This material can be used to craft different armor sets and upgrade weapons in MHR. So this article will guide you on how to get and use Awegite Ore in MHR Sunbreak.
How to get Awegite Ore in MHR Sunbreak
You will be able to get Awegite Ore in the Shrine Ruins but before that, you need to achieve the Master Rank. You will come across both the white and the blue outcrops. So make sure you mine all the nodes that you come across along the route. Also, make sure that you search for these mining outcrops at different elevations of the Shrine Ruins map. All the locations have been properly marked on the map.
To get more out of your ore farming expeditions, try to find an upsurge in the mining outcrops. You can find these upsurge in the mining outcrops when you will be doing the Master Rank Missions inside Shrine Ruins. You should get your Geologist skill up to Level 3 to gather more Awegite Ores. Try bringing in the Gathering Palico and you will have more chances to get this ore.
You can also get it as a Quest Reward. You can try the Uninvited Guest mission under the Urgent Hub Quests. The drop rate for the ore once you complete this mission is 50%. You can also try out the Reap what you saw mission which comes under the Hub Quests and here also you will have a 50% chance of getting the Awegite Ore once you complete it.
Uses of Awegite Ore in MHR Sunbreak
The Awegite Ore is primarily used as a forging Material in Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak. The ore is primarily used to craft early Master Rank weapons and armor.
Here are the decorations that you can upgrade with the Awegite.
|Decorations||Awegite Ore Required|
Here are the weapons that you can craft with the Awegite.
|Weapons||Awegite Ore Required|
|Royal Order’s Sword||3|
|Elder Babel Spear||2|
|Kamura Warrior Blades||1|
|Kamura Warrior C. Blade||1|
|Kamura Warrior Flute||1|
|Kamuea Warrior Gunlance||1|
|Kamura Warrior Spear||1|
|Kamura Warrior Sword||1|
Here are the weapons that you can upgrade with the Awegite.
|Elder Babel Spear||1|
|Vicello Du Black||2|
Here are the Armor and Buddy Equipment you can craft with the Awegite.
|Armor and Buddy Equipment||Awegite Required|
|Ingot Vambrances X||1|
|Gargwa Mask X||1|
|Guild Bard Boleor or Scholar’s Blouse||1|
|Guild Bard Boots or Scholar’s Socks||1|
|Ingot Mail X||1|
|Five Element Mask||3|
|Kamura Legacy Head Scarf||1|
|Kamura Legacy Leggings||1|
|Kamura LEgacy Braces||1|
So this was all about how to get and use Awegite in Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak.
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Last Updated on July 15, 2022
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