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Monster hunter Z Ultimate is a fan - made game created by Ukanlos Subspecies. It is a direct sequel to Monster Hunter Z.
After the Rose Fatalis is defeated in Monster Hunter Z, it released all of the hatred it gathered back onto the world; unbeknownst to the hunters. This hatred gave birth to new Elder Dragons composed of pure malice and pain. Elder Dragons that are actually evil, and cause more damage to their environment than any other monster...
You're a new hunter in the village of Tamuya (or the same hunter from Monster Hunter Z that left the village for new adventures if saved data from that game is transferred to this game). Eager to hunt but reckless, you are currently dwarfed in hunting potential compared to the village's 5 master hunters - Samui (寒い), Akira (アキラ), Kyōko (京子), Tomoya (智也) and Kurai (暗い). The village chief will sometimes let you go on quests with one of these master hunters. Each of them has a different opinion of you.
You slowly work your way into proving yourself worthy to everyone in the village; earning every single villager's respect and trust as you do so; including all 5 of the master hunters' respect.
Each key quest will involve you travelling (manually) to different places and cities to meet new people. There are also 15 - 20 quest contracts in each of these places or cities you visit. These quest contracts are side missions and will help you be known to all of the inhabitants of that area.
Once you are on the 9 ☆ village High Rank quests, you must now complete a series of quests (4 to be exact) to pursue the mighty Sasarchus - a new monster part of the new Archian species. The Guild must know of its abilities and lifestyle. The hunter has to capture the Sasarchus at the end of the fourth quest once enough damage is dealt. After completing the quest, The Sasarchus will now be studied and looked after by the wyverians. Though the Sasarchus is very aggressive towards the hunter at first, over time, it will learn to trust the hunter and together, they form a "bond". Soon after, the Guild receives reports of the evil Teal Fatalis growing in power. It is said to bring about the end of the world by infecting and mutating the millions of dfferent Elder Dragons through scattering a mysterious substance, invisible to the naked eye and affecting only Elder Dragons, called the Elder Dragon Essence. The Teal Fatalis scatters this malevolent substance all over the world using its power, becoming even stronger each day.
To stop it, you must once again work your way up to be eligible to fight the evil Elder Dragon...
The game retains the Multiple Hunting Parties feature introduced in Monster Hunter Z, but its new primary feature is the in game voice chat. Hunters can now use the console's mic to chat with other players in the game.
The mechanics, near - realistic gameplay and of course, the Monster Taming System are all retained from Monster Hunter Z.
- Dragon Flute - used to lure an Elder Dragon into a certain area.
- Elder Dragon Essence - The notorious substance released by a mysterious dragon. It is said to corrupt the minds of human beings and fill them with malice. Handle with EXTREME CARE!
- Dung Barrel Bomb - A barrel bomb combined with Dung Bombs. It is used to drive certain monsters away.
Weapons and Armor
Additional weapons and armor are added for the new large monsters (and some of the small monsters) present in the game. New Z Rank versions of weapons are available. The new weapon mechanics present in Monster Hunter Z do not change.
However, there is one new weapon introduced - the Burst Shield.
- Two monsters from Monster Hunter Frontier are present in the game - Raviente and Dhisufiroa.
- Two new monster types are introduced - Archians and Aviants
(Sorted by Type)
Felyne, Melynx, Shakalaka, Gaboon
Vespoid, Hornetaur, Great Thunderbug, Altaroth, Bnahabra, Kunchuu
(Sorted by Type)
- Chaos Gore Magala > Halfmolt Gore Magala
- Ashen Lao - Shan Lung > Azure Lao - Shan Lung
- Green Nargacuga > Neon Nargacuga
Pelagus / Fanged Beasts:
Bulldrome, Congalala, Emerald Congalala, Blangonga, Copper Blangonga, Rajang, Kechawacha, Ash Kecha Wacha, Mega Giran, Arzuros, Lagombi, Volvidon
Vespoid Queen, Queen Hornetaur, Seltas, Desert Seltas, Seltas Queen, Desert Seltas Queen
Nerscylla, Shrouded Nerscylla, Tarcazulla
Velocidrome, Gendrome, Iodrome, Juradrome, Deinodrome, Rheodrome, Great Jaggi, Great Baggi, Great Wroggi, Great Zakusa, Yian Kut - Ku, Blue Yian Kut -Ku, Gypceros, Purple Gypceros, Hypnocatrice, Qurupeco, Crimson Qurupeco, Armanemoth, Dull Armanemoth, Dakura - Nokka, Dakura - Enma, Dakura - Kokuza, Dakura - Gojin, Dakura - Oni, Unknown Yian Garuga Variant
Rathalos, Azure Rathalos, Silver Rathalos, Rathian, Pink Rathian, Gold Rathian, Pseudorathian, Khezu, Red Khezu, Diablos, Black Diablos, Monoblos, White Monoblos, Basarios, Ruby Basarios, Gravios, Black Gravios, Seregios, Serdorgon, Berdorgon, Mendori, Mendoridrome, Ennihirus, Vitreousol, Scarlet Armanemoth, Pink Pseudorathian
Tigrex, Brute Tigrex, Molten Tigrex, Nargacuga, Neon Nargacuga, Lucent Nargacuga, Akantor, Ukanlos, Gypsum Akantor, Sandstone Ukanlos, Gigginox, Barioth, Sand Barioth, Akuruga, Ginkuruga, Delgohnos, Feraleos, Darugyora, Khalvyas, Aurberon
Tetsucabra, Berserk Tetsucabra, Zamtrios, Tigerstripe Zamtrios
Lao - Shan Lung, Azure Lao - Shan Lung, Kirin, Oroshi Kirin, Yama Tsukami, Akuma Tsukami, Fatalis, Crimson Fatalis, White Fatalis, Rose Fatalis, Teostra, Lunastra, Kushala Daora, Rusted Kushala Daora, Chameleos, Ceadeus, Goldbeard Ceadeus, Jhen Mohran, Hallowed Jhen Mohran, Alatreon, Soratreon, Amatsumagatsuchi, Zantomagatsuchi, Dire Miralis, Shagaru Magala, Dalamadur, Shah Dalamadur, Gogmazios, Dhisufiroa, Giseishin, Aquaseishin, Kosmoseishin, Albino Kushala Daora, Ascended Teostra, Ascended Lunastra, Mirage Chameleos, Namigaeshi, Jyragonos, Magura Splendor, Abirtourus, Teal Fatalis, Zydereos
Gore Magala, Halfmolt Gore Magala
Areas & Villages
Pokke Village, Yukumo Village, Moga Village, Port Tanzia, Val Habar, Harth, Vertwyn, Brightbridge, Tokui Village, Isogashi City
Forest and Hills, Snowy Mountains, Swamp, Jungle, Desert, Volcano, Great Forest, Tower, Deserted Island, Flooded Forest, Volcano (3rd), Sandy Plains, Tundra, Misty Peaks, Ruins Field, Primal Forest, Frozen Seaway, Everwood, Sunken Hollow, Volcanic Hollow, Heaven's Mount, Dunes, Open Woodland, Scrublands, Wilting Lands, Deep Ravine, Lost Kingdom, Thali Ruins, Penitent Icecaps, Bitter Wasteland, Scorched Prairies, Edge of Forest and Hills, Coast and Shallow Seas, Outland Plateau, Deciduous Forest, The Canyon, Jagged Crust, Dry Wilderness, Great Desert (Open), Lost Kingdom Tower
Fortress, Battleground, Tower Top, Tower 2, Tower 3, Castle Shrade, Great Forest Peak, Lava Canyon, Polar Zone, Sacred Land, Underwater Ruin, Great Desert, Mountain Summit, Sanctuary, Speartip Crag, Tainted Sea, Ingle Isle, Field of Swords, Open Ocean, Sky Gate, Delphic Caverns, Punishing Sands, Drearylands, Tower (Destroyed), Asura Cross, Deep Trench, Lost Kingdom Peak, Geyser Island, World's End
Arena, Arena (MH4), Competition Arena, Land Arena, Great Arena, Moat Arena, Small Arena, Water Arena, Taming Grounds, Duel Arena
Low Rank - HR1 to HR10, 1☆ - 10☆ quests
High Rank - HR11 to HR40, 11☆ (H☆) - 40☆ (H☆☆☆) quests
G Rank - HR41 to HR99, 41☆ (G☆) - 99☆ (G 49☆) quests
Z Rank - HR100+, 100☆+ (Z☆) quests and above
Relocation Quests, Search Quests and The Elder Dragon Quests all return from Monster Hunter Z.
Low rank village quests
- 1 ☆
- 2 ☆
- 3 ☆
- 4 ☆
- 5 ☆
- 6 ☆
High rank village quests
- 7 ☆
- 8 ☆
- 9 ☆
- 10 ☆