Monster Hunter Rise Gargwa Egg Guide – How to Get

Monster Hunter Rise Gargwa Egg Guide

This Monster Hunter Rise Gargwa Egg Guide will show you how you can get the Gargwa Egg in the game, which is part of a quest that asks you to fetch two such eggs for the new Hammer design.

Getting the Gargwa Egg requires a few things you need to first understand. How you can get the egg and how you should transport it back to camp safely. The Egg is fragile and can break if you get caught in an unplanned battle, forcing you to start all over again.

Monster Hunter Rise Gargwa Egg Guide

Below we have detailed how to get the Gargwa Egg in the game.

How to Get Gargwa Egg

You get this task of collecting two Gargwa Eggs when you start the quest to get the new Hammer design. Once you have the quest, you need to make your way east on the map in the regions where you can find Gargwa, like the Shrine Ruins.

This monster drops the egg only if you sneak up on it and attack it. If you try to fight it head one after having alerted one of your presence, you will not get the egg dropped from this monster. When you do find a Gargwa, you have to sneak up behind it and light attack it to drop the egg. This is the only way you can ensure the egg is dropped while alerting and fighting it head one will unlikely yield the results you are looking for.

Once you have enough eggs for the quest, this is where you have to be careful in carrying the egg to a nearby camp and depositing it in the supply box. The eggs are heavy, which means you can only carry them one at a time. Another thing you need to look out for is to not engage with enemies. Any attack will cause the egg to drop and break, forcing you to start all over again.

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