Monster Hunter Rise: How to Get Massive Bone

Wondering how to get Massive Bone in Monster Hunter Rise? Wonder no longer.

The Massive Bone is one Monster Hunter Rise material that gives plenty of hunters trouble even before High-Rank begins, particularly because the game is so stingy with the crafting material. To say the list of materials to farm for in MH Rise is long would be an understatement, especially once you move into High Rank. 

This Monster Hunter Rise guide will tell you how to get Massive Bone and whether or not farming it is worth all of the trouble. 

How to Get Massive Bone in Monster Hunter Rise

The Massive Bone is used for a slew of Low-Rank weapons, making it sought after by hunters not quite at High-Rank just yet. Let's go into how to get this particularly rare material.

Massive Bone only comes from one monster: Goss Harag. Goss Harag can be particularly annoying to fight, making the meager 8% chance for the Massive Bone to come up in quest rewards a real kick in the gut. What's more, one cannot be carved from the monster. Bummer.

It is easier to farm Goss Harag through the Village Quest than it is to take it on in the two Low-Rank Hub Quests, but if you can get a party together, it's probably easiest to farm the Hub Quests for Massive Bone.

Honestly, is it worth it trying to farm for Massive Bone so close to moving onto High-Rank? If you're dead set on getting one of the weapons you can craft or upgrade with Massive Bone, sure; but if it takes too long to get your hands on one, you might be better off just skipping it and continuing into High-Rank to work on equipment that will be relevant for longer. High-Rank equipment is a whole different ballpark from Low-Rank equipment.

Related guides

That's it on how to get Massive Bone in Monster Hunter Rise, a material exclusive to Goss Harag. If you found this guide useful, take a look at our other Monster Hunter Rise guides here on GameSkinny, or click the links above. 

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Published Jan. 17th 2022

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