Monster Hunter Freedom 2 Discussion
Wow your calling me an experianced hunter thank you!
nyways for gunlances all yu have to do is know the monsters moves. Alot of monsters have a point where they stand there and growl. For example the kut ku does it alot. As soon as they do this you can do wyverns fire and get in a good decent hit. Also you can avoid the sharpness problem with the longer lasting sharpness skill (sorry i cant remember what its called) or sword sharpening inc. (the one ive got and an overall decent skill for melee weapons). Also Gaurd+2 is a useful skill as it alows you to block without taking alot of damage or stamina. This allows you to keep your weapon out in a fight and block any incoming attacks.
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[Edited by JaK14, 10/20/2007 3:27:10 AM]
And you know what I think I'm gonna get used to Gunlances. I mean, sometimes being melee does get boring, and using a gun/bow you have to change armour and bring laods of bullets. Gunlances are less of a fuss.
And good armours with Guarding Skill?
[Edited by MHserious, 10/20/2007 3:52:06 AM]
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