Welcome to Ask A Deviljho!

A blog dedicated to everyone's favorite interrupting pickle wyvern, and the antics involving said wyvern. Occasionally featuring Plesioth from Ask Plesioth. Also gives helpful advice for hunters, just so long as it isn't hunting deviljhos . . .

kogath:

Monster Hunter 4G/Ultimate

Ukanlos has been spotted in MH4G! Shovel chin makes his return! You can see a quick clip of him at the end of this interview here;
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6Ma_hGLYiQ

ask-a-huntress:

Cy: Get a Deviljho. Suck the cannibalistic stupidity out. Add teamwork and destructive flames. You got a beast.

ask-a-huntress:

Cy: Get a Deviljho. Suck the cannibalistic stupidity out. Add teamwork and destructive flames. You got a beast.

A Lovely Seltas Couple

A Lovely Seltas Couple

ask-a-deviljho asked:

Could you explain what level caps for quests are in MH4 and then vs. MH4G for those of us who don't know?

kogath:

I’ll start from the top. First, you have Search Quests. They’re similar to Moga Woods quests, in a way. A random large monster will be in the Unknown Forest and you go hunt them down. These can only be done solo (not counting your Palicoes). One new thing is the large monsters can actually leave the area permanently, which can be annoying.The maps of the Unknown Forest are also randomly generated.

After completing a Search Quest, you have the chance to be rewarded an Unknown Forest quest which you can save and play with friends. Those quests are the ones that can level up. The max amount of Unknown Forest quests you can have saved is 10. I don’t know if this number will be changed for MH4G, but I certainly hope so.

You level up Unknown Forest quests by completing them. They go up a few levels each time until around Level 75 when it drops to 1 level per completion. Levels 1-30 roughly are Low Rank, and High Rank quests begin around 30+. Around 75+ they get extremely difficult, to the point where even a Velocidrome can rip you apart if you aren’t careful. Past Level 75 is also the ONLY place to get Tru Armor Spheres, so if you want to max out your armor, you have to level up some Unknown Forest quests. This is also around the point where monsters are beyond the difficulty of standard quests. Level 100 is the max level in Monster Hunter 4. Large Monsters here can easily kill you in 1 or 2 hits if you don’t have high defense.

As for MH4G, the only info we have right now is the cap will go beyond Level 100. No word yet on what the max cap will be, but I can’t wait to go up against those monsters. They will probably be stronger than anything else we’ve faced at this point.

I don’t want to think of a Level 100+ Black Diablos, G Rank is one thing, but that just sounds evil.

precious baby brought some friends too

precious baby brought some friends too

precious baby came in the mail

precious baby came in the mail

kogath:

Monster Hunter 4G

G Rank Search Quests

There will be new areas of the Unknown Forest available for search in MH4G for G Rank monsters. They will contain new locations such as a desert area and caves with valuable crystals. New monsters such as the Nerscylla Subspecies can be found here, and monsters previously unavailable in the Unknown Forest in MH4, such as Deviljho, can now be found wandering around.


shhhh he’s asleep ♥

shhhh he’s asleep ♥

(Source: monsterstripes)

HO SHIT GUYS THE COLLECTORS EDITION IS SO COOLOLOLOL

yeah okay fine but I literally just bought the figure set with the identical Gore Magala, it’s just not transparent. I guess I just won’t be getting a lanyard.

'darn.'

Check it out! You can grab and chew on stuff while stomping around in MH4

thatonenarga asked:

Oh my god, the tags you put on my five nights at freddy's pic are the best

deviljhoes:

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pickle schmidt is done with your shit

mh-tavern:

Heavy DerramBorris

Featuring my MH buddies.

I’d imagine Deviljho either raising their young like theropods, or like cuckoo birds, where the mother lays eggs in different wyvern nests, and when the eggs hatch, the jholing is much larger than its non-deviljho siblings, effectively starving them out and or killing them, then eventually turning on its host parents.

I’d imagine Deviljho either raising their young like theropods, or like cuckoo birds, where the mother lays eggs in different wyvern nests, and when the eggs hatch, the jholing is much larger than its non-deviljho siblings, effectively starving them out and or killing them, then eventually turning on its host parents.

Imagine, an MH4U trailer that starts playing Amatsu’s theme, and then suddenly, at the peak of majesty:

Nibelsnarf.