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Where To Find Lump Of Meat In Rotten Vale – Monster Hunter World


We all love gathering quests right? This guide for Monster Hunter World will tell you Where To Find Lump Of Meat In Rotten Vale so you can complete the quest The Meat of the Matter for the Meowscular Chef to gain additional ingredients for your cooking.

You need to head down to the lowest area in the level. This includes passing through the poisonous gas area so make sure you bring some healing items. You need to travel to the red monsters lair, which is down in the corner.

Where To Find Lump Of Meat In Rotten Vale

Inside the lair are some vines. You will need to push through the vines. Head inside, to the corner, and you will find a corpse on the floor. You need to loot the corpse to get the Lump of Meat, and then take it back to camp. You can only traverse through the vines with the meat if you have already cleared them by going through without the meat.

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