I've been playing Monster Hunter all night and morning I'm level 11 now but using a trainer to get there no way am I going to grind all this =)Yeah, the minimum requirement is HR 16 to do the quest.
My time to level ratio is high because I waste so much time theory crafting before I go do a hunt. I get the satisfaction from having my builds as optimized as possible each encounter, but I think it might just be an OCD problem and should probably see a psychologist.I'm at like HR 330, get on my level n00bs.
Playtime is around 290 hours I think.
The Smithy in the workshop told me himself that the most important part of fighting monsters is preparation. He is a man who ought to know!My time to level ratio is high because I waste so much time theory crafting before I go do a hunt. I get the satisfaction from having my builds as optimized as possible each encounter, but I think it might just be an OCD problem and should probably see a psychologist.
Monster Hunter World is addictive. It is very fun, great graphics, a weird story, and a joy to play. My only issue is that I want to play other games in my backlog, so I've been avoiding it for a few months.I'm curious about getting into this and wonder if it is the "best of its genre", in your opinions? For instance, "Dauntless" recently came out as a competitor of sorts, but between its Epic exclusivity since open launch and midding reviews during early access (direct), I always heard that Monster Hunter World was preferable.
I'm definitely thinking about getting a copy next time its on a significant sale.
They should have done that with Iceborne, they were so close with the DLC content, but then they dropped the ball again.
THANK GOD. Although, this only affected me once when I was still a newbie and going through my first Xeno encounters. There was one situation where I had a group of 4 and had 2 faints at the beginning of stage 2. The other 3 people just left and I got tired of starting over and over as my random SOS groups failed the past 4 attempts. I literally solo'd the fight for the next 40 min chipping away at the ridiculously high multiplayer health pool by myself with a sub-par build and finished the fight with just under 1 minute left. I never want to go through that again....the best part is that if you drop back to solo play, the monster's health will now scale with you back to singleplayer levels...