Chameleos - Monster Hunter Rise (Materials, Weaknesses and Strategies)
It has been a long time since we have seen the ChameleosAnd for good reason, since he can become invisible. Trust us, he's back in Monster Hunter Rise. In this guide, we'll introduce you to his attacks, his weaknesses, and the novice and expert materials he can bring back to forge weapons and armour.
Species : Ancient Dragon
Element : Dragon or None
Threat: 8 stars
The weaknesses of the Chameleos
How to beat the Chameleos
The Chameleos is not a very complicated enemy to kill, just annoying. It has very few physical attacks: a tail strike, a few head or wing strikes and that's it. Nothing you haven't seen many, many times before. Where things get complicated is that he is an expert in the art of camouflage and poisoning.
The majority of the Chameleos' attacks are attacks that shoot balls or clouds of poison. It can create a small area in front of it, or it can create a veritable poison arena around you, preventing you from escaping. The areas targeted by these poison clouds remain dangerous for a long time. In addition to these clouds, its mouth and abdomen release clouds of poison if you attack it while it is enraged. This means that you will need to have a good command of your filopter to dodge all this poison, or to have plenty of antidotes.
Another feature of the Chameleos is its ability to become almost invisible. This is usually not a problem to locate its position, since its eyes and horn still glow, but it makes predicting its attacks difficult. Fortunately, it becomes visible again after each attack. If the invisibility really bothers you, you can use a flash bomb to force him to reappear. Break his horn and he can't disappear again.
The materials of the Chameleos
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.
This monster does not appear in the Novice rank in Monster Hunter Rise
|Chameleos Skin +||21%||--||20%||36%||50%|
|Chameleos Claw +||28%||--||--||29%||30%|
|Ancient dragon blood||--||--||--||--||20%|
|Fine cooking Chameleos||22%||-||20%||36%||50%|
|Ancient Dragon Jewel||3%||-||3%||3%||1%|
|Pure Dragon Blood||-||23%||100%||-||20%|
|Ancient Dragon Treasure||-||-||-||-||25%|