Monster Hunter Rise Chameleos Guide: How To Beat

Monster Hunter Rise Chameleos

Monster Hunter Rise has plenty of monsters for you to take down. Each one has its own attacks and weaknesses. Each one also gives you unique rewards. In this Monster Hunter Rise guide, we are going to walk you through how you can beat Chameleos.

How To Beat Chameleos In Monster Hunter Rise

Chameleos is a mist dragon that first appeared in Monster Hunter 2 and is making a comeback in Monster Hunter Rise. The dragon can use its long tongue to steal items from you.

The tricky thing about Chameleos in Monster Hunter Rise is that the monster can become invisible. Not being able to see the monster is going to be a massive disadvantage. You can counter that by taking off its head. Once you do that, you will gain some visibility of the monsters and the encounter will become much easier.

The mist dragon can also do some serious poison and fatigue attacks. To counter the poison, you will need antidotes and herbal medicine. This will help you negate the poison. The fatigue attacks will reduce your stamina. You can negate the effect by using energy drinks.

Monster Hunter Rise Chameleos

The mist breath is what causes the fatigue. Be sure not to stand in front of the monster when it uses this attack in order to avoid the effects. The monster can even use a charge attack while it is invisible. Be sure to keep an eye on the monster and know where it is at all times in order to see the attack coming rather than being taken by surprise.

The monster can steal your items including food and drink items. It does this with its tongue attack. Be sure to dodge the attack when the monster takes out its tongue in order to keep the items that you have.

Chameleos also has a tail slam move. This attack has a pattern and is only used a few times in a rhythm. The monster will use this attack when you are behind it.

This is how you can beat Chameleos in Monster Hunter Rise. You can also check out our beginner’s guide for useful tips and tricks. For more content related to the game, you can check out our Monster Hunter Rise guides hub.

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