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How To Get Kamura Tickets In Monster Hunter Rise

How To Get Kamura Tickets In Monster Hunter Rise
Kamura Tickets are used to create powerful weapons & armor, so you need to know where to find them. This guide on How To Get Kamura Tickets In Monster Hunter Rise will tell you everything you need to know to track down some Kamura Tickets so you can begin farming them to create some of the games more unique armor sets.

After you reach 4 star quests in Kamura, and you have defeated the new boss in the volcano region, you will get a lot of side quests and requests from people in the village. A lot of these will reward you with designs. Designs are new weapons and armor that are added to the Blacksmith. Some of they are incredibly powerful, so they are worth unlocking, even if you’re not using that particular weapon at the time. Once the designs are unlocked, you will need to track down some Kamura Tickets

How To Get Kamura Tickets In Monster Hunter Rise

Kamura Tickets In Monster Hunter Rise
There is a very high chance you will unlock the armor that requires Kamura Tickets long before you’re able to get tickets. The exact method involved in unlocking the tickets feature is a little hazy but I’ll explain my process. I had completed all of Fugen The Elder’s requests, the final one being Overflowing With Furry Friends. Once I had completed that I progress through the single player story and complete it.

This involves reaching the final boss and defeating it, unlocking 5* requests in the village. After the credits roll you will have another quest to talk with Hinoa but before doing that, speak with Fugen The Elder. He will give you some Kamura Tickets. From that moment on, speak with him whenever he has a bubble over his head and you will get additional tickets for completing other quests in the village

  • Reach Hunter Rank 3, 4 star quests and defeat the new boss in the fire region
  • Complete all of the quests available from Fugen The Elder
  • After you complete Overflowing with Furry Friends (Recruit 15 Buddies) continue with the story
  • Complete the main single players story
  • Speak with Fugen The Elder frequently after completing quests.
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