The Quality items can be tricky to find in Monster Hunter Rise. In addition to only being obtainable during high rank missions, they’re typically dropped by monsters which you wouldn’t typically think to hunt for them. As such, you’ve probably been left wondering how to get Quality Stomachs in Monster Hunter Rise without making any progress in getting one.
Fortunately for you, we’ve found the answer after some trial and error. Below you’ll find a detailed walkthrough on how to get this crafting item en-masse.
How to Get a Quality Stomach in Monster Hunter Rise
There’s only one way to get your hands on a Quality Stomach in Monster Hunter Rise, and that’s by hunting down the insectoid Altaroth during a High Rank mission.
Luckily, this isn’t difficult to pull off at all. Altaroth appear in several zones throughout most of the areas in the game. Likewise, they have a 55 percent chance to drop a Quality Stomach when their remains are carved, so you shouldn’t have too much trouble getting one or two after a single expedition into the field.
We’ve listed out all of their locations down below, which you can reference at your leisure.
|Flooded Forest||13, 14|
|Lava Caverns||1, 4|
What Quality Stomachs Are Used for
As for what you can craft using a Quality Stomach in Monster Hunter Rise, the answer is about what you’d expect.
By using it along with some other high level crafting items, you can create some fairly strong armor. This armor will help you to take on the game’s later missions, and allow you to work your way toward the story’s final missions and endgame content.
Hopefully this cleared up how to get Quality Stomachs in Monster Hunter Rise. For more on the game, check out our guide wiki. It has plenty of other guides on hot topics like how to get a Big Fin and what the Magnamalo’s weakness is.
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