Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak players haven’t wasted a second trying to come up with the best strategies to take down some of the beasts in the game. The title was released only after Nintendo’s Mini Direct, and gamers have already sunk their teeth into the gameplay.
Some of the new monsters in Sunbreak are a little hard to beat. Blood Orange Bishten is a perfect example because if gamers don’t have their dodging skills, they are going to have a really hard time with this fight.
How to beat an enemy with fire abilities in Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak
Blood Orange Bishten is based on a giant mythical Japanese creature. It’s basically a monkey mixed with a bird, but this version in Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak has some other deadly features, notably sharp teeth and the ability to breathe fire.
Defeating the Blood Orange Bishaten won’t be easy by any means, but here are some basic tips that gamers want to keep in mind when engaging the monster:
- Dodge the Blood Orange Bishaten’s fire attacks.
- Aim for the head as often as possible.
- If head is not available then go for tail.
- If possible bring a water elemental weapon.
The big thing gamers will have to pay attention to is Blood Orange Bishaten’s breath of fire. This monster also throws fiery projectiles, which can easily inflame the firefighters.
To be extra safe, it would be wise to take some Nullberries into battle to be able to heal Firelight when needed. The only other way to escape Fireblight is through excellent dodge.
If a gamer wants to go into this fight without Nullberry, then he should at least use Wirefall. This new mechanic allows the player to use Wirebug to dash and dive around the monster in battle. This is a great way to avoid both Fireblight and pitfalls in general.
Blood Orange Bishten is the weakest on its head, so players will really want to prioritize this spot. Both blunt and cutting weapons deal additional damage to this monster’s head. Slashing weapons also deal bonus damage to the tail, however, players may want to slash a slashing weapon if they have one.
Also, The Blood Orange Bishten is weak to water, so gamers can use the Pokemon logic here: Use Water to beat the Fire-type. An alternative would be to use the Thunder elemental weapons, as the Blood Orange Bishten is too weak for those.
This Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak battle really comes down to preparation and dodging. If a player doesn’t have a single Nullberry or weapon that is very effective against this monster, they will have to be more precise with their dodging. Be sure to keep an eye on stamina when fighting this beast.
However, this fight must be worth the pain. The Blood Orange Bishten drops some rare armor in Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak that players won’t want to miss grabbing.