Monster Hunter Rise

Barioth - Monster Hunter Rise (Materials, Weaknesses and Strategies)

It is difficult to imagine a snowy map without the presence of a Barioth and Monster Hunter Rise is no exception to the rule. In this guide, you will be introduced to his attacks, his weaknesses, as well as the novice and expert materials he can bring in to forge weapons and armour.


Big Monster : Barioth

Species : Flying wyvern
Element : Ice
Threat: 5 stars

The weaknesses of Barioth

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How to beat the Barioth

The Barioth is a monster with many different attacks. It can bite you, scratch you, jump on you, charge you, whip you with its tail, throw ice balls at you or create ice tornadoes. To understand the attacks he will make, pay close attention to his body language, especially his tail. Depending on his posture, you can determine which attack he is preparing and which way it will go.

Because of its length, the Barioth covers very large areas with its attacks. Paradoxically, the safest area is in front of its mouth or claws, since it can only reach these areas with its paws or tail with difficulty. From there, strike while keeping an eye on the enemy's posture and dodge with a small step accordingly.

The Barioth is one of the most injury-prone monsters, which can make combat easier for you. Cut off its tail and it's one less big problem to deal with in battle. Destroy its claws and it loses its grip on the ice, causing it to stumble regularly. Break its fangs and it will miss some of its ice attacks and tire quickly.

The materials of the Barioth

By fighting a monster, you can get different items and materials for making armour or weapons which we have listed in the following table. This is how the table works:

  • Target - Represents your chance to get this material by completing a quest that involves this monster.
  • Capture - Your chance to get this material at the end of the quest by capturing this monster, even if it was not the target of the quest.
  • Damage - Your chance to get this extra material by completing a quest that involves this monster, if you damage it in a specific place
  • Skinning - Your chances of obtaining this material by skinning the carcass or broken/severed element of the target.
  • Recovered - Your chance to make this material fall to the ground by injuring the monster, throwing it against a wall, or making it fight another monster.

Novice Rank

MaterialsTargetSeizeDamageCutting upRecovered
Barioth breastplate21%--25%40%50%
Barioth Coat33%31%--25%35%
Barioth Claw9%17%75%--10%
Barioth Point13%9%25%20%15%
Barioth Tail8%16%--70%--
Frost pocket16%14%--20%--
Amber Fang--13%75%15%--
Tear of wyvern--------50%

Expert Rank

MaterialsTargetSeizeDamageCutting upRecovered
Barioth shell21%--20%39%55%
Barioth coat +33%33%--25%35%
Barioth claw +12%18%70%--10%
Barioth Point8%6%30%15%10%
Barioth Tail5%12%--65%--
Ice pocket18%14%--20%--
Wyvern Gem3%3%5%5%1%
Amber Croc+--14%75%15%--
Tear of wyvern--------15%
Large wyvern tear--------35%

Master Rank

MaterialsTargetSeizeDamageCutting upRecovered
Cortex Barioth21%-20%39%50%
Barioth fur30%31%-25%35%
Barioth Greenhouse10%18%75%-10%
Great Barioth Point13%9%25%20%15%
Barioth Whip5%12%-75%-
Cryogenic bag18%14%-20%-
Large wyvern gem3%3%5%5%1%
Heavy amber fang-13%75%15%-
Tear of wyvern----10%
Large wyvern tear----40%
Distressed fang--20%20%-