Monster Hunter Rise

Grand Baggi - Monster Hunter Rise (Materials, Weaknesses and Strategies)

The Greater Baggi is not very impressive in Monster Hunter Rise and may well make you yawn on more than one occasion. He's one of those beginner monsters that's easier to take on solo to learn how to wield his weapon. In this guide, you will be introduced to his attacks, his weaknesses, as well as the novice and expert materials he can bring back to forge weapons and armour.

Greater Baggi

Big Monster: Big Baggi

Species : Raptor wyvern
Element : None
Threat: 1 star

Weaknesses of the Greater Baggi

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How to beat the Great Baggi

The Great Baggi is an extremely simple monster to eliminate. It is fragile, slow and not very powerful, just like the Great Wroggi. The difference between the two creatures is that it spits a soporific liquid.

This monster will usually fang, pounce on a single target or flank, but its attacks are well telegraphed. Simply stand three quarters of the way in front of it, and it won't be able to touch you. If he lines up towards you, he will strike.

Beware of its slime. If it touches you and you fall asleep, it will try to pounce on you. Since you take double damage while you are sleeping, new players risk losing a lot of HP. If you start to be affected by the slime, use an energy drink to prevent the sleep from taking you. And if you see a sleeping ally, tap them to wake them up.

The materials of the Great Baggi

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
Large Baggi Skin21%21%--40%70%
Big Baggi Claw36%46%--33%30%
Royal crest5%15%70%----
Sleeping bag24%--30%27%--
Monster Bone (M)14%18%------
Tear of wyvern--------50%

Expert Rank

MaterialsTargetSeizeDamageCutting upRecovered
Large Baggi Skin +22%23%--38%70%
Big Baggi claw +37%47%--32%30%
Coma pocket25%--20%27%--
Raptor wyvern gem3%5%10%3%1%
Monster bone +13%13%------
Royal crest--12%70%----
Tear of wyvern--------30%
Large wyvern tear--------20%

Master Rank

MaterialsTargetSeizeDamageCutting upRecovered
Thick skin Large Baggi36%41%-44%80%
Big Baggi claw +20%22%-18%20%
Torpor pocket30%-20%32%-
Os duros11%13%---
Mythical Bird Gem3%3%5%2%1%
Glorious Ridge-15%75%--
Raptor wyvern gem-6%-4%4%
Tear of wyvern----20%
Large wyvern tear----30%
Distressed skin--20%20%-