How to get Toxic Kumori equipment material in Monster Hunter Rise.

Monster Hunter Rise: How to Get Toxic Kumori

How to get Toxic Kumori equipment material in Monster Hunter Rise.

There are a handful of equipment materials in Monster Hunter Rise that you can’t get out in the field, one of which is the Toxic Kumori. You’ll have to rely on your Buddies if you want to get your hands on this crafting material.

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This Monster Hunter Rise guide will tell you everything you need to know about getting Toxic Kumori, which is made easier considering you don’t have to do a ton of grinding or work yourself!

How to Get Toxic Kumori in Monster Hunter Rise

Toxic Kumori isn’t used in many equipment recipes, but it is used for the Cornupion Hunting Horns, as well as the Skalda/Spio set in the Low-Rank armor pool. Much of the equipment made with Toxic Kumori either improves Poison damage or increases the amount of Poison damage you deal.

You’ll need to rely on your Buddies to get this crafting material. Rather than going out and smashing monsters or gathering Toxic Kumori, you must use the Argosy and hope to get some of the item from your Buddies’ trade efforts.

At the Argosy, you’ll want to request plants or fish for a chance to acquire Toxic Kumori. When you go to choose the item you want your Buddy to barter for, you can see any potential rare items your Buddy might bring back on the right side of the screen under the market details.

You can also see this chance at a glance in the listing itself, as icons for the sort of rare items the Buddy might bring back are shown under the ‘Market’ column.

As you progress, you’ll find you’ll also need to get some rare materials by sending your Buddies out on Meowceneries expeditions. Be sure to always have your Buddies working at the Argosy, as well as doing Meowcenary work to ensure you don’t miss out on some special materials, such as Toxic Kumori.

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That’s all you need to know about getting Toxic Kumori in Monster Hunter Rise. If you found this guide useful, consider checking out our other MHR guides.


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