Monster Hunter World Iceborne is the latest expansion for Capcom’s action-RPG and it introduces a new locale, the almighty Clutch Claw, new/returning monsters, and the very challenging Master Rank quests. There are also new materials that only be obtained through Master Rank quests such as a Prized Pelt. If you’re trying to get one of these to help you craft a certain piece of armor, here’s what you need to know about how to get Prized Pelt in Monster Hunter World Iceborne.
What Does Prized Pelt Do?
Prized Pelt is a pretty rare type of Master Rank material that can be used to craft specific types of armor and charms and can also be sold for a pretty good price at the shop.
Some of the armors that require Prized Pelts are as follows:
- Gastodon Horn
- Banbaro Mail
- Nargacuga Braces
- Felyne Duffel Hood
- Felyne Duffel Coat
- Leather Layered Helmet
How to Get Prized Pelt in Monster Hunter World Iceborne
While the Prized Pelt is pretty rare to obtain, the method of actually getting it isn’t too difficult at all if you’re looking in the right places. You can get the Prized Pelt by carving any of these three small monsters: Kelbi, Popo, and Anteka.
Kelbi are those small monsters that look like deer and can be found in the Wildspire Waste and the Coral Highlands. You should be able to use your map to locate which section of the map they hang around in.
Popo can be found in the first few areas of the new Hoarfrost Reach region and resemble big wooly mammoths. And as for the Anteka, they can also be found in the Hoarfrost Reach and they look like Kelbi, but a bit bigger and more moose-like.
Simply kill any of these small monsters and then carve them to get yourself a Prized Pelt. But remember that these items are a bit rare so you might need to carve several times before actually obtaining one.
Time needed: 1 hour.
To sum up how to get Prized Pelt in Monster Hunter World Iceborne
- Locate these small monsters, kill them, and then carve them: Kelbi, Anteka, and Popo.
- Kelbi can be found in the Wildspire Waste and the Coral Highlands. You can find Popo and Anteka in the Hoarfrost Reach.
- Rinse and repeat until you obtain the Pelt.
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