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Out of these skills, which should I slap on a full set of Dreadqueen? I'm using SnS with Affinity Oil. - Results (16 votes)

Knockout King / KO.

12.5% (2 votes)

2

Bludgeoner / Blunt.

50% (8 votes)

8

Divine Blessing / Protection.

0% (0 votes)

0

Stam Drain / Stamina Thief.

31.25% (5 votes)

5

Stam Recov / Stam Recov Up.

0% (0 votes)

0

Guard / Guard+1.

0% (0 votes)

0

Guard Up / Guard Up.

6.25% (1 vote)

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I'm gonna try getting a god charm for this. Wish me luck.

Also, I don't have the Hayabusa feather yet; I need to get off my lazy rear and pursue it though lol

I'm gonna try getting Critical Eye + (insert skill) for the charm, so I'll have:
Status Atk+2
Wide Range+2
Status Crit
Critical Eye+3
(insert skill)

Knockout King will help with KOing with the Shoryuken move.
Dunno if Bludgeoner is worth it, but I heard it's good with some weapons.
Divine Blessing is occasional less damage of course. That's cool with me.
Stamina Thief would make exhausting the monster easier; however, I'll be using Affinity Oil for this set instead of Stamina Oil to increase the likelihood of status.
Putting Stam Recov Up on here for the heck of it. Probably not close to worth it compared to the other skills.
There's not much of a point to guard skills on a SnS, but I'm putting it on here anyway.

EDIT: I derped up the order in the poll. My bad, I just woke up.

I don't even know anymore.
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LonelyGaruga posted...
thepipboy posted...
Then I wasted most of my day yesterday for a weak set? If so, what would you guys suggest for a status DB?


Hellblade with any DPS setup. The thing about poison (and blast) is that their purpose is to add damage, like an element, so building more status is not necessarily going to be more effective than adding damage boosting skills. Status boosting skills in particular are quite bad for poison, since you only have a 1/3 chance per attack to trigger status to accumulate in the first place. Status Attack provides a small bonus that will only result in you triggering the status with 1-2 fewer procs at most, generally speaking. Because of that, using a standard damage output setup is preferable for poison and blast weapons.

Now, for paralyze and sleep, it's a totally different story, since their purpose is not to add damage but to lock down monsters, but there are very few worthwhile weapons for this, mainly LBGs. Although the Gendrome S&S is mentioned a lot, para shots from LBGs are more effective in groups, and LBGs such as God's Island are very versatile for lockdown sets, capable of multiple paralyze applications, sleep applications, and KOs in a reasonable amount of time. The important difference between LBGs and other weapons is that para shots have a 100% proc rate and apply enormous amounts of status per shot.

As far as Dreadqueen armor goes, yeah, it's pretty much useless for serious play. But if you're not looking for a serious set then it's fine.


I'm not really sure by what you mean serious play. I want to use the best possible set to kill the monster as fast as I can, preferably if I can also be aggressive and mobile. If this is what serious is, I'm all ears for suggestions.

Stop the incessant hunting of poor Kelbi.
NO ONE WANTS THEIR HORNS!

Yeah, it is what I mean.

Do you have solo or multiplayer in mind for this?

Multiplayer. I really don't like village quests.

Stop the incessant hunting of poor Kelbi.
NO ONE WANTS THEIR HORNS!

thepipboy posted...

I don't use SnS. I might sound stubborn, but I never will.

It's cool, just thought I'd mention it. Good luck!

Dreadqueen set pairs really nicely with the Garuga Gunsen DB. 170 attk, 24 poison, base 35 affinity and 3 slots to instantly boost Dreadqueen to Crit eye three.

Not changing this signature until Nintendo & Square Enix stop taking down their videogame OSTs.

__Ryoki__ posted...

Dreadqueen set pairs really nicely with the Garuga Gunsen DB. 170 attk, 24 poison, base 35 affinity and 3 slots to instantly boost Dreadqueen to Crit eye three.


No, it doesn't. As has been said, you will get more damage just using that db with normal dps armor skills.

Goraishi posted...
__Ryoki__ posted...
Dreadqueen set pairs really nicely with the Garuga Gunsen DB. 170 attk, 24 poison, base 35 affinity and 3 slots to instantly boost Dreadqueen to Crit eye three.


No, it doesn't. As has been said, you will get more damage just using that db with normal dps armor skills.

I'm talking about for keeping poison inflicted.

I didn't say "This is a super high DPS combo!" Now did I? Someone asked about Dreadqueen armor, and yes, it DOES pair nicely because the status crit effect happens more frequently than even Dreadqueen's DBs.

Unless I'm blind and the topic doesn't say "Deviant Rathian Armor"

Oh what's that? IT DOES SAY THAT.
Well what do you know?! I guess Dreadqueen Armor though must come with magically interchangable skills, you know, to get those "normal DPS armor skills" you talk about.

Oh wait, what's that again? You can't change innate armor skills? Well fancy that! I guess I WAS RIGHT.

I never once said "this is the highest DPS you can get out of these dual blades" or "this is the best set-up", I simply said they pair nicely, as in, the stats work well together.

IF you have a legitimate way to counter this, try. But my statement was that Garuga Gunsen pairs nicely with DQ's Armor skills. And unless you provide some evidence supporting otherwise, you're wrong, sorry.

I swear you can't even make a suggestion on this board without being shot down. Go ahead, though, explain to me how Garuga Gunsen does not make good use of the DQ's skillset, especially when you can easily gem in a boost to the innate armor skill Crit Eye perfectly.

"The DB does more damage on another armor" is not an adequate answer. You even stated that Poison has uses to prevent auras like Kush's. The only other Poison DB that can compete with pure poison sustain is the DQ's dbs themselves, and because of the lack of slots and lower affinity, they're slightly worse. I specifically was talking about Dreadqueen armor, and a weapon that takes advantage of it's skillset.

Not changing this signature until Nintendo & Square Enix stop taking down their videogame OSTs.

__Ryoki__ posted...
Goraishi posted...
__Ryoki__ posted...
Dreadqueen set pairs really nicely with the Garuga Gunsen DB. 170 attk, 24 poison, base 35 affinity and 3 slots to instantly boost Dreadqueen to Crit eye three.


No, it doesn't. As has been said, you will get more damage just using that db with normal dps armor skills.

I'm talking about for keeping poison inflicted.

I didn't say "This is a super high DPS combo!" Now did I? Someone asked about Dreadqueen armor, and yes, it DOES pair nicely because the status crit effect happens more frequently than even Dreadqueen's DBs.

Unless I'm blind and the topic doesn't say "Deviant Rathian Armor"

Oh what's that? IT DOES SAY THAT.
Well what do you know?! I guess Dreadqueen Armor though must come with magically interchangable skills, you know, to get those "normal DPS armor skills" you talk about.

Oh wait, what's that again? You can't change innate armor skills? Well fancy that! I guess I WAS RIGHT.

I never once said "this is the highest DPS you can get out of these dual blades" or "this is the best set-up", I simply said they pair nicely, as in, the stats work well together.

IF you have a legitimate way to counter this, try. But my statement was that Garuga Gunsen pairs nicely with DQ's Armor skills. And unless you provide some evidence supporting otherwise, you're wrong, sorry.

I swear you can't even make a suggestion on this board without being shot down. Go ahead, though, explain to me how Garuga Gunsen does not make good use of the DQ's skillset, especially when you can easily gem in a boost to the innate armor skill Crit Eye perfectly.

"The DB does more damage on another armor" is not an adequate answer. You even stated that Poison has uses to prevent auras like Kush's. The only other Poison DB that can compete with pure poison sustain is the DQ's dbs themselves, and because of the lack of slots and lower affinity, they're slightly worse. I specifically was talking about Dreadqueen armor, and a weapon that takes advantage of it's skillset.

This statement is either more defensive than a bushido lance, or more aggressive than a savagejho. Thank you for your original suggestion, however!

Stop the incessant hunting of poor Kelbi.
NO ONE WANTS THEIR HORNS!

thepipboy posted...
I don't use SnS. I might sound stubborn, but I never will.


It's your game, and you can play it as you want, but unfortunately, it seems like there was a purposeful decision made to nerf the hell out of Status DBs, and to place the good statuses on Sword and Shield.

I'm not sure why you wish to avoid using the Sword and Shield, and you're not wrong to play the game with that in mind, but maybe that is the info you'd need to change your mind, so I thought I'd put that out there.

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10 Best Armor Sets In Monster Hunter: Generations

Monster Hunter has always been a series that stays true to its name. You go on quest to hunt monsters and then make weapons and armor from those same monsters. It is precisely this gameplay loop that makes it all so much fun. Taking down a monster through a combination of newly acquired skills and equipment is incredibly satisfying.

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The question then is just which equipment should you go for? There's a large number of armor and weapons to decide upon to the point of being daunting. To help you decide on some armor to get you into the higher ranks and as a goal, here are the 10 Best Armor Sets In Monster Hunter: Generations. Because of the variety, these will mostly be full sets rather than mixed sets.

10  BujaBujaBu

However, you can't talk about armor sets in Monster Hunter: Generations without mentioning this particular mixed set. The name comes the first two letters of the monsters you need to hunt to build it. The Bu represents Bulldrome, in which you will be making the cap, the bracers and the greaves. Of note, the cap is the gunner piece but is still wearable as a blademaster and gives an extra point of attack.

The ja references Jaggi, the regular kind. The set gives 16 points of attack which will give you attack up medium. This set also gives you four slots with which you can craft attack up 1 jewels to slot into them, enabling you to reach attack up large.

9 Rathalos Series

The regular Rathalos armors can all be bundled together because they provide the same skills, just with differing amounts of points. For hunters who find the BujaBujaBu armor to be a bit too frail for them, the low-rank Rathalos armor isn't too bad. It gives you enough points for the Weakness exploit skill and attack up small, with enough points to boost it to medium.

However, if you're finding yourself in high rank and not yet ready to take on some of the tougher armors, try to farm high-rank Rathalos. By this point, you should have the ability to get both Weakness exploit and attack up large.

8 Stonefist Set

This set comes from hunting the Stonefist Hermitaur. Stonefist is one of the first deviants you'll fight and will prove to be a challenging but very rewarding fight. Deviant monsters are how Capcom has challenged its players, along with Hyper monsters, in Monster Hunter: Generations. The reward for defeating Stonefist Hermitaur multiple times is the Stonefist set which gives you very powerful skills and has a unique themed look.

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The first skill is Bubble, which covers your character in bubbles after evading, thereafter giving you even better evasion. The second is Crisis which increases your attack while inflicted with a status ailment and bubble counts for this. The compound skill named after the deviant gives Razor Sharp (recoil down +2 for gunners) and Divine Blessing.

7 Dreadqueen Set

The next deviant with a powerful set of armor is the Dreadqueen Rathian. Dreadqueen takes all the difficult parts of Rathian and ramps them up. She is themed completely around her poison, which is deadlier than ever. Likewise, her armor follows that theme. The Dreadqueen armor set gives you the skills: Dreadqueen, Crit Status and 15 points of the Expert skill.

Dreadqueen is comprised of Status Attack +2 and Wide Range +2. Crit Status increases the potency of your status effects when you inflict a critical hit upon the monster. Expert gives you an increased chance of landing critical hits, in this case, the armor gives you an additional 20% chance, which you can boost through talismans and charms. This all means this is the set to wear if you want to inflict status and support other hunters.

6 Silverwind Set

This next set crafted from the parts of the Silverwind Nargacuga is centered around critical hits. This is another deviant set that will test your mettle as a hunter in order to be acquired. Silverwind is no pushover and will take advantage of any slip in concentration to slam you. Thankfully its armor is extremely powerful. It gives the skills: Silverwind, Evade Dist and Critical Up.

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The Silverwind skill gives Evasion +2 and Critical Eye +3 (Expert skill). This means you'll be hit less and be inflicting even more critical hits. Evade Dist lets you move farther away when you evade, letting you get out of harm's way faster. Critical Up makes your critical hits do even more damage. This is a set you can easily use to take down any monster in the game.

5 Deadeye Set

The deviant monsters and their armor sets are some of the most powerful in Generations, and the next one up is the Deadeye Yian Garuga. Any monster hunter veteran will be able to tell you how much of a nightmare the regular Yian Garuga is and the deviant is even more impressive. The Deadeye set gives you the skills: Deadeye, Guts and Chain Crit.

The Deadeye skill gives Challenger +2 and Negate Stun. Challenger +2 greatly increases your attack and crit chance when a monster is enraged. Guts lets you survive with one health point when hit with a fatal attack. Chain Crit increases your crit chance the more you attack a monster in succession. This set is overall more balanced between offense and defense but nonetheless remains exceptionally powerful, allowing for more mistakes than some others.

4 Silver Sol Mix

Mixed sets in Generations can often outperform Deviant sets but require a lot more luck to make work. The Silver Sol mix is one such set that is extremely potent. It ends up giving you the skills: Weakness Exploit, Critical Eye +2, Razor Sharp and Critical Boost. All of these together lead to an even more critical based set up than the Silverwind set.

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The cost, though, is requiring a very specific talisman or equivalent. The most common talisman needed to get this set is one with Sharpness +5 and three open slots. The rest of the armor requires: the Hayabusa feather, Vaik Faulds S and then the rest being Silver Sol armor parts. Hayabusa is unlocked after completing all non-prowler and non-advanced village quests. Vaik requires a mixture of monster parts. Silver Sol requires taking down the mighty Silver Rathalos.

3  Dreadking Set

If you thought regular Rathalos was frustrating, just wait till you fight Dreadking. Explosions that feel like they envelop the whole area and so much more are waiting for you. But the reward at the end of it all is very much worth it. The Dreadking set gives: Dreadking, Tenderizer and 15 points in the Hearing skill.

Dreadking gives attack up large and windproof high. Tenderizer gives Weakness exploit and Hearing lets you ignore all monster roars. This is the ultimate armor for general purpose hunting of monsters that constantly roar and fly. If you ever have any desire to hunt Rathalos again after acquiring this set, then you can laugh as he tries to wind stun or roar at you.

2 Grimclaw Set

This is the deviant set to go for if you love Greatswords and Bows. The Grimclaw set gives: Grimclaw, Destroyer and Crit Draw or Normal Up for blademasters and gunners respectively.

The Grimclaw skill gives HG earplugs and speed eating +2. This means you don't have to worry about roars and you take less time to chug potions and use items. Crit Draw increases your likelihood of getting a critical hit by 100% when using a draw attack, perfect for the Greatsword. Normal up increases the damage of normal shots and rapid shots for bows. Destroyer makes it easier to break specific parts of the monsters.

1 Hellblade Set

The Hellblade Glavenus is a fearsome foe that is highly hunted because all of its weapons are top tier but its armor is also very good. The Hellblade set gives: Hellblade, Grinder and Protection.

Hellblade gives Sharpness +2 (or Shot Booster) and Speed Sharpening. Grinder increases your attack after using a whetstone and Protection will sometimes reduce the damage you take. It's a great set that will surprise you in how useful it is.

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